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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Professions JJ AMI LT ON TIS HEB, licensed Surveyor , ' under ! BEAL PROPERTY ACT,' ?< \ VICTORIA-STREET (opposite Ctourt-honse.) . : . Psi VATE SUBDIVISIONS. Flans of all kinds and descriptionsprepared promptly ' ASBMT FOB GRAFTON, CASINO, AND LISMORE- ' __Mn. J. H. MUNRO._ O EB IE AND M' GU BEN, N ATTOBSEÏS, SOLICITORS AND CONVEYANCEES, GRAFTON. F. Norrie, Commissioner of Affidavits Snpreme Courts of New South Wales and Queensland. For the convenience of clients on the Lower Clarence, one pf the firm will attend at MACLEAN EVERY THURSDAY. Also attend Quarter Sessions and District Courts at Casino and Lismore. T E 6 A L. ROBERT lt. DOITALDSOIV, ATTORNEY, SALICITOU and PROCTOR of the Supreme Voxxtb of New South Wales. Office : Victoria-street, next Freemason's hotel. GRAFTON. ? All Courts on this1 and the adjoining rivers attended when required. ' i M A R R ' A. TJ DB. A. W. DOUGLAS may be consulted every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, frorr>"10 a.m. till 12 noon, at his surg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

John See fe Co.'» Bhivping Hotice». JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The 8.8. Helen nicoll Captain R. A. Fraser, for Syd- ney every TUESDAY NIGHT ac 10 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every SATURDAY HIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The 8.8. Australian, Captain E. Affleck, for Sydney every .FRIDAY NIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton, every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 9 o clock. FARES-Saloon, single ... £2 0 0 r ' return ... 3 10 0, Steerage.£1 each way. JOHN SEE AND CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHERS. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, lat July, OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS. Perseverance. MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. . Lottie. MONDAY-To Ramornie and Copmanhurst : re- turning Tuesday. WEDNESDAY-To South Arm and CoïdBcream returning Thuisday. FRIDAY-Carr's Creek, &o. Lorna. MONDAY-To Coldstream. TUESDAY-To...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 17TH AUGUST, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

.. . . THE , . ..-... r Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 17TH AUGUST, 1889. MANY persona are aware that Mr. CHARLES A. LEE (member for Tenterfield, and also a member of the Parliamentary Public "Works Committee) has shown peculiar unfitness to act impartially in the public interest in either capacity, and especially in that of having to decide upon important public questions - questions wherein may arise the necessity for the exercise of a wise discrimination between personal interest and pique, combined with a narrow localism-bred of jealousy and nurtured by hate, and the broad interests of the country. If any proof were previously wanting of that gentleman's ?unfitness to. occupy a seat on the Public "Works Committee, that want ia amply sup- plied in his letter to the MINISTER upon the Byron Bay project and railway communica- tion between the Tableland and the Coast. "That letter, which was first published in the *""" Tenterfield Star, since r...

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Reply to "Patience." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Reply to "Patience." SIB.-I thank yon for giving publicity to my crude ideas concerning our future. I also thank " Patience " for so courteously pointing out the measure of forbearance that I and the long suffer- ing people of these Northern districts should exhibit. But I confess my inability to follow him into the maze of Governmental intricacies which are yet to be gone through, ere a consummation of our rights is secured, and must give him credit for being able to arrive at something definite after wading through such a labyrinth of official proce- dure. When he acknowledges, however, that the money borrowed for the purpose of Bailway con- struction in these districts has been used by the Government to rectify its financial blundering, J. am again able to realise the situation. The con- struction of the Graf ton-Tweed line was authorised, the money borrowed, and if that has been frittered away in other works, no matter how necessary in the opinion of onr legislators, those gentl...

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Bellinger River. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Bellinger River. rr. ~. _ WEDNESDAY. . THE-.BAP..-The Bellinger bar has now li feet of " water on it-a thing unknown for about 18 years -and the channel ia straight ont. The s.s. "Wellington arrived this morning with a large cargo, of back freight. She is to take the place of . the 8.8, Avon, which has gone to Sydney for repairs. " May she never come back here again." LAND COURT.-The Land Board arrived here on "Friday evening, and sat up to late on Saturday evening, disposing of two day's work in one day. KEW If AME,-A .public meeting was held on Saturday last at the School of Arts, Boat Harbour, ' to decide upon a suitable name for that township, the present" one not being euphonious enough. A ' large number of names were suggested, but "Strathford" was at last unanimously selected, and steps have been taken to have the necessary altera- tion made in the Postal Department. A PLUCKY ACTION. - On Thursday night a farmer named Thomas O'Connor, living just below Fernmount, was "spreein...

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John Bright and the Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

John Bright and the Clergyman. THE following incident is related on authority of W. L. Bright, M.P. :-" Mr. Bright went into an agricultural i district one day, and he had to walk from the station .. a long way into the village. On the way a clergyman, who was' driving in a dog-cart, came up to him, and the two men passed the time of day. The clergyman offered to drive Mr. Bright into the village, and Mr. I5ri«ht accepted the offer. The clergyman was a Tory, and he had been reading a speech Mr. Bright -had made the previous night, and, turning to Mr. Bright, he said. ' Have you seen the papers to-day. sir V ' Yes,' said Mr. Bright. 'What's' in them?' 'Why, that rascal, John Bright, has been making another speech.' ' And what was it about ?' asked Mr. Bright. ' Why so and-so and so-and-so,' and he went on to relate the incidents of the speech. Then they discussed the topic, and Mr. Bright said : 'Well, it's just possible that Mr. Bright may have been right, and that he was only expre...

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Threatened Abdication of Man. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Threatened Abdication of Man,. By Mrs. Lynn Linton. THE National Review contains an article by Mrs. Lynn Linton entitled " The Threatened1 Abdication of Man," which, regarded merely as a piece of polemical writing, is far and away the most readable of the papers on the subject which bristle at every point iu the* different reviews. Mrs. Lynn Linton is not a believer in Woman's suffrage ; and wbereas the male opponents of that movement scourge its lady advocates simply with whips, Mrs. Lynn Linton scourges them with scorpions. She declares that on no subject is honest criticism so much resented, and for none is wholesale flattery so much demanded as the Woraan's Plights movement, though it must be coufessed that Mrs. Lynn Linton gives plenty of honest criticism and extremely little flattery. In a characteristically brilli- ant passage, she states her conception of tho case for Woman's Suffrage : Claiming superiority all round, they do not allow any unlikeness between the sexes in the...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Lismore, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. ! vs Lismore, Friday. AT a public meeting on rneeoay, resolutions were adopted, asking the Postal Department for a daily mail service via Tenterfield. The meeting was quite unanimous. It was generally stated that the distance is only 106 miles, and that an 18 hours' service was practicable. Messrs. Garvan and Lee. M's.P., are invited to co-operate with the Members in urging the granting of such service. The s.s. Tomki broke the blade of her propellor yesterday, 20 miles south of the Richmond Heads, but she got in all right, and arrived here to-day. Have had slight frosts this week, bat no harm done. Tho roads are improving, but are bad in places. Most of the horses entered for races are now working. The favourite double is Aga and Triden tine, price 100 to 8. J. Patterson will ride the mare. The meeting promises to be very successful. A meeting is to be held to-morrow, for the pur- pose of establishing a bacon-curing establishment. The Spring Hill Dairy Co...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday' THE uirst .Lord o£ the Admirality bas appointed Lord Chas. Douglas Scott, C. B., to succeed Admiral Fairfax to the command oE the Boyal Naval squadron on the Australian station. The Senatorial High Court of Justice, by 200 to 6, found General Boulanger guilty of conspiracy and treason, and declared all seats to which he was elected vacant. The Court also found Comte Dillon and Henri Bochefort guilty of complicity in conspiracy against the State. At the banquet at Berlin to the Emperor of Austria, EMPEROR WILLIAM in proposing the former's health, declared that Germany would maintain the alliance with Austria at the cost of war. EMPEROR JOSEPH replied that Austria desired unity with Germany, and he was grateful for their sympathy. Mr. Smith intends to move in the House of Commons the rejection of the Western Australia Enabling Bill. The Secretary of State for the Colonies referring to the question of self-govern- ment for West Australia, decla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Wanted WASTED, a good COOK for mill hands. Apply BOOTHBY AND LEESON BROS., Sonthgate._ WANTED, a good COOK ; good wages to a suitable person. Apply _POLICE BARRACKS, Grafton. WANTED, a good COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply Miss N. NOONAN. Cowper Hotel, Cowper. WANTED, a good COOK. Apply immediately J. WALKER, Steam Ferry Hotel, South Grafton. WANTED, an outdoor APPRENTICE to the Coachbuilding and general Wheelwrighting. Apply at once. C. PAGE, .Prince-st. COPIES "of JA"Xl7/^>^Wantedlwc^copies of the EXAMINER of February 5 and May 4,18S9 ; also October 13th and 20th, Novem ber 3rd and 27th, and December 22nd, 1SSS. WANTED KNOWN that the Creamy PONY STALLION "FLYING PIEMAN" may be seen daily at O'KEEFFE'S Livery Stables, South Grafton. See advertisement. WANTED known-Buggies, Harness, Saddles and Horses of all descriptions always on hand for SALE or HIRE. Apply at NOUD'S Blacksmith's shop. Fitzroy-street, next the Lion Hotel._ WANTED TO SELL, 4 Vans, Spring-carts £6 and £10, Saddles old a...

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PARLIAMENT. By Telegram. TUESDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

PARLIAMENT. By Telegram. TUES»A r'8 SIÏTIWG. IN the Assembly, the MINISTER FOB WOBKS said, in reply to Mr. Toohey, that Sir John Fowler has been the Inspecting Engineer to the Department from the year 1862. and he has received the sum of £65,14!) 14s 4d. Also that the Government would be very glad to entertain a cheaper method of inspection if one could be suggested which would afford an equal s?cnrity against loss. Mr. O'SULLIVAN, for Mr. Abbott, asked if the Government were willing to afford any persons or companies facilities to get passed into law any Bills to authorize the construction by such persons or companies of tramways or railways to or from Broken Hill, within this colony? Have the Com- missioners for Eailways reported to the Govern- ment against the policy of allowing the construc- tion of such trams or railways ? Mr. BBUCE SMITH answered,-This matter has not yet been considered by the Government, but it will be brought forward at an early date. Mr. CRICK asked the Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Gtneral IToticti "VrOTICE TO FARMERS, SELECTORS, STA I\ T10N HANDS AND MECHANICS. v THE " EMERGENCY" MEDICINE CHEST; PRICE ti» Ol». Prepared for the use of Working Men, Farmers, Selectors, Station Hands, or others ; and especially for those with families, or otherwise, living at » distance from medical aid. «3-THIS BOX CONTAINS BotUe ot SEDATIVE COUGH MIXTURE: tot Cough», Colds, Influenza, and all Affections of the Cheat. Infant's or Child's COUGH LINCTU3: for Croup. Whoop. ang Cough, Wheezing on the Chest, fcc. RHEUMATIC LINIMENT : for Rheumatism, Neuralgia Sciatica, and pains in any part of the body. ASTRINGENT MIXTURE: for Dlarrhoa, Cr»»p>, Colic, Fains in the Bowels, Dysentery, ic. DYSPEPTIC MIXTURE: a caro for all kinds of Dysnepiii, Flatulence, Indigestion, Shoulder Pains, As TOOTHACHE TINCTURE : certain cure for Toothache. SOLUTION OF AMMONIA : for Snake Ulta. APERIENT ANTIDILIOUS PILLS. Book of STICKING PLASTER. And Boroo POWDERS : for Cold in tho Head, Rheumatic Pains, D...

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Children's Fancy Dress Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Children's Fancy Dress Carnival. LAST NIGHT, afc Chapman's Skating Rink, the Children's carnival (to which the juvenile portion of the community have been looking forward with such eager anticipations) took place. The room was tastefully decorated with Chinese lanterns, icc, and at 7 o'clock the children began to muster in force and were soon' busily engaged on the floor, representing every variety of costume. Some of the characters were remarkably well got up ; and though some were not quite as much at home on the skates as others, many of them displayed much ease and grace in their motions. The sight was a very pretty one, and quite equal to anything of the sort we have seen in Sydney or other places. Amongst the most striking and noticeable characters was Miss Harding as "Red Riding Hood," a charming little tot in red cape, with navy blue and red hood and skirt, and red stockings.' There were several others in the same character ; but we think the palm is due to little Miss Hard-...

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Free Selections at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Free Selections at Grafton. CLAUDE HAMILTON CRAMPTON. Kangaroo Creek, South Grafton, 250 acres, county Fitzroy, parish of Toothill, commencing at the south-west corner of Reserve No. 28,163 ; and bounded thence by a line north to the south-east corner of portion 23 ; thence west 60 chains: thence south ; thence east ; thence north to starting point. Deposit paid, £25. Thomas James Jarrett, Coramba, 146 acres, county Fitzroy, parish Moonee, being measured portions 196-and 197 within the special area No. 7818. Deposit paid, £21 I8s. David Francis Jarrett, Nana Glen. South Graf- ton, 640 acres, county Fitzroy, parish Bagawa, com- mencing on the left bank of the Orara River, at the north-east corner of portion No. 3 (\V. Sharp's 40 acres) ; thence west and ' south to its south- west corner; thence again west a sufficient distance to contain the area : thence north and east to the Orara River ; thence by that river up- wards to point of commencement. Deposit paid, £64. William Harry Jarr...

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Ulmarra. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 August 1889

Ulmarra. FRIDAY. Bridge meeting.—On Wednesday night a meeting was held to consider the question of a bridge over the Lower Coldstream. The Mayor in the chair. The chairman thought that action should have been taken before. As regards an .f*1 opinion expressed that a bridge would be more required over the Upper Coldstream, that might be ; , but this meeting had been requisitioned for one t over the mouth of the stream, and that alone could now be dealt with. Mr. JAS. CARLTON considered a bridge was very much needed over some part of the Coldstream ; every one was agreed about that. He thought the proper place for it was the mouth of the Cold- stream, connecting as it would the great northern roads, and therefore being of benefit to the travelling public generally. In time of flood it would be of inestimable value to the residents of Brushgrove and Cowper, and the South Arm, as it would afford them an easy transit for their stock to higher grounds. He considered the public were * enti...

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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 20 August 1889

Grafton Police Court. ON SATURDAY, before Mr. W. Clarke. David Young;, for drunkenness, was cautioned and discharged, and for using profane language was fined 20a. A first offender for drunkenness was cautioned and discharged. YESTERDAY, before the P.M., and Mr. E. M. Ityan An individual on remand, supposed to ho of unsound mind, was on tho recommendations of ' Drs. Houison and Campbell disoharged. The medical evidence recommended that tho patient be admitted to a Benevolent Asylum, but he declined to go to one of these institutions. A first offender for drunkenness was cautioned i and discharged. Before the P.M. Frederick Howard Darin, arrested on a warrant issued by the Sydney Bench, charging him with wife desertion, was remanded to tho Central Police ? Court to be dealt with.

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Preventable Causes of Poverty. DR. HENRY D. CHAPIN, IN THE "NEW YORK FORUM." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 20 August 1889

Preventable Causes oí Poverty. DR. HENRY D. CHAPÍN, IN THE " XE w YORK FORUM." ! OXE of the gravest problems to-day con ! fronting society is found in the wide exten- sion of great poverty-in the fact that a large number make a pitiful failure in the sharp struggle for subsistence. Many and diverse are the panaceas offered to remedy this state of affairs, but very few are based upon a correct appreciation and knowledge of the operation of natural law. The presence and growth of extreme poverty and a sharp struggle for subsistence, particularly in our large cities, force themselves upon the attention of physicians who serve in the [ hospitals and dispensaries erected for the ! poor. After seven years' service among the poorest classes of New York at the Bellevue and Demilt Dispensaries, it has seemed to me that physiology can afford the best preliminary solution of some of the pro- blems of sociology. Numbers of the poor, led by theoretical thinkers, in looking for relief demand chan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 20 August 1889

Pact and Rumour. Some excellent water colours on view in Syer's window. Bankruptcy-George Moore, of Redbank, Bellin- ger River. Prospect of a Telephone Exchange being granted to Grafton. Melville and Haynes had a tiff in the Assembly on Friday. The Eight-hour Bill passed through committee in Queensland. A strike has occurred among the labourers in the London Docks. Annual meeting of Copmanhurst Jockey Club on Saturday evening. Public meeting to re-organise Ulmarra Band on Thursday evening. Conditional lease forfeited-David Hannert, 111 acres, parish Picarbin. Goldmining lease declared void, C. A. Mears, G acres, Murwillumbah. Mr. Reginald Manning was on Friday called to the New South Wales Bar. Marshall Nagle found guilty hy coroner's jury of shooting Terry, the barrister. Deposits taken at Lands Office for cp's and leases on Thursday amounted to £175 Gs fid. At a meeting of Victorian Coal Commission thirteen samples of Victorian coal were shown. In the Assembly the Premier declared...

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The World's Sunday School Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 20 August 1889

The World's Sunday School Convention. THIS convention was opened at the Memo- rial Hall, London, on July 2, under the presidency of Mr. Jacobs (Chicago). About 900 delegates, many of them women, filled the hall. Of these about 300 were from the United States, 40 from Canada, others from Australia, New Zealand, Prance, Ger- many, Holland, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, and China, and from 400 to 500 from the United Kingdom. Lord Kin- naird gave a hearty welcome to the delegates, stating that they had assembled as a prac- tical convention to further the cause of guiding children to Christ. They were there to uphold the old Sunday, for fear the secular and continental Sunday were established here. Acknowledgments were made by Dr. Kuyler (New York), Count Bernstorf (Germany), M. Salter (France), and Mr. King (Halifax). Mr. Hartley (London) read a paper on " Organized Sunday School Work," in which he showed that while in 1818 there were 477,000 Sun- day school scholars in England an...

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THE CRIMINAL MORRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 20 August 1889

THE CBIBIlNAl MOEEISON. AN attempt is being made to stay the execution of the criminal Morrison, who killed Constable SUTHERLAND, but I doubt if it will succeed. The foreman of the jury that tried him has written to the papers, stating that himself and his colleagues were of the opinion that the man had been guilty of nothing worse than manslaughter, and that they would have brought in a verdict of manslaughter but for some technical point stated by the presiding judge. This is very serious, but as neither the public nor the judge agree with the jury in their opinion concerning the nature of the crime, the letter of the foreman is not likely to carry much .rcroiVtht. wi+.Th flin TCvpnnt.ivn _SYDNEY, SATURDAY EVENING.

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