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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

IEE MOST POPULAR DRINK IN THE COLONY IS OWS «»«^ BITTERS! Bead the following reports from chemical exami- nations, which will at once convince yon of their "purity : " Government Analytical Laboratory. " Melbourne, July ll, 1884. " I have examined a bottle of Row's (Steane's) ?SUPERLATIVE AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS, manu factored by Edward Row and Company, and find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing about 16 per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold- ing in solntion a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, .combined with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider .this Bitter a very superior article. " WM. JOHNSON, . " Government Analytical Chemist. ' The great demand throughout the colony for ?these pure Bitters shows they are superior to all «others, and equalled by none. FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known «citizen STATUTORY DECLARATION. " I, GEORGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and siincerely declare as follows :-" That I feel it a duty 1 owe to...

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

Fact and Rumour. Colliery work brisk at Newcastle. The deficit is shoved ou to posterity. Another railway accident in Victoria. Vandal struck out ot the Caulfield Cup. No suburban lands to be hypothecated. Mr. Dillon, M.P., collected £300 at Armidale. Medjciual spring discovered near Tumberumba. Affairs in the island o£ Crete are said to be improving. Mr. Burge, of the Bailway department, is now m Lismore. GERMAN GAZETTE deprecates Germau extension in Africa The Bishop of Grafton and Armidale on a visit to Lis- more. Mr. M'Millau assumes there will he no more Free-trade deficits. Lieut. Wilcox, leader of the Hawaiian rebellion, is a half caste. America to Mr. John See's mind is tho beau ideal of|a nation. It is proposed to establish an evening public school at Ballina. President Carnot banquetted 13,000 French Mayors on Sunday. Sir "William Eobinson succeeds Governor Broome in West Australia. 309 enrolled members of Bailway and Harbour League last year. Mr. "Wart, the new manager fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

General Notices A. SAUNDERS WATCHES .' WATCHES ! HAYE NO EQUAL in price or quality. Most dur- able, and first-class timekeepers. Send for price list, POST-FREE. »13 GEORGE-STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY. Factories-Liverpool, England. Everything Guaranteed, and sent Post Free at Half the Colonial Prices. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. (ENGLISH LEVEE, full jewelled, £ï 1©S < compensation balance. Two years ( guarantee. £3 IOS ^ My unequalled English Lever, full * I covered cap. Three years guarantee. m»m I My special English Lever, compensa 9*~^ Í tion balance. Three years guarantee. j First-class English Lever, fnll covered £4 TOS < cap patent, hand finished. Four years ( guarantee. Recommended. 1 First-class English Lever,compen Ration i £5 1 balance, full covered cap.handfinished. ( Four years guarantee. Recommended. ( English Lever, superior hand-finished £6 < maintaining power. Five years guar ( antee. !English Lever, extra strong, fi...

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Round About Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

Round About Melbourne. BT A WOBKING MAN. PERHAPS there is nothing so much calculated to confuse a person's ideas as a description of a given locality, than by asking an opinion of one whose pockets are full of " the one thing needful," and one whose condition is diametrically opposite. The man of means, for instance, finds in Melbourne every requisite at his disposal for enjoyment, while the man who knows not what to-mor- row may bring forth, finds Melbourne hard a nut to crack ; finds it in fact one of the most selfish and " every man for himself and God for us all " places to be iound in the whole of the Australian colonies. We often read of the exceeding prosperity obtaining in the sister colony ; but the strangest of all reasons ever given is that of basing one's reasons for such statement on the fact (or otherwise) that the number of advertisements appearing in the Melbourne dailies faT exceed those to be found in the columns of the Sydney Press. Having occasion to travel to Vi...

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CANON FARRAR AS SUCCESSOR TO DR. BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

CANON FARRAR AS SUCCESSOR TO DE. BARRY. WHEN the Synod was engaged in the work of con- sidering the question of the appointment of a Bishop, the name of CANON FARRAR was men- tioned as that of a clergyman who was eminently qualified for the position. But DEAN COWPER, so I have been informed, informed the assembly that it was uselesa to include his name in the list, as he had good reason for believing that the Canon would not leave England. Now I happen to know that the latter would have willingly accepted an offer to become Dr. BARRY'S successor. He con- veyed as much in an address which he delivered on the occasion of the consecration of his son-in-law, the present Bishop of Tasmania. Canon Farrar is a Broad Churchman, and that may be one of the reasons why some of the Low Churchmen in the Synod prevented his being nominated. À man of that type is required for the Bishop of Sydney. I have not a word to say against our Low Church- men ; many of them are good men, but it cannot be de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

AUSTRALIA AND CANADA.-The Hon. J. P. Abbott, leader in Sécate, who has been appointed a special commissioner to promote commercial re- lations between Canada and the Australasian colonies, and who is now visiting England in con- nection with his mission, is about to return to Canada, whence he sails for Australiainthe autumn. The principal subjects to be discussed by the Canadian Commissioners with the Australian colonial representatives, among others, will be the extension of the Canadian-Australian trade, the establishment of a perfectly independent means of cable communication between Australia and Europe via Vancouver's Island, and the promotion of the scheme for an improved mail service. The Imperial bonference came to the conclusion, after much debate, that the connection of Canada with Australasia, by direct submarine telegraph across the Pacific, is a project of high importance to the Empire. As to the mail service, the proposal of the Canadian Pacific Kail Company to run a ...

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A New Colonising Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

A New Colonising Scheme. AMERICA is responsible for tbe latest colonis- ing scheme, one, too, which if it is ever carried into effect, may have an important bearing on the destinies of the Irish race in the Great Republic. The scheme itself saw the light at Chicago, that centre of political activity in the United States, and its authors ' have assumed ,the grandiloquent title of "The Irish American Republic Association." The present purpose o£ the Chicago Land Syndicate is to form an Irish Republic on the soil of the American Continent. The scheme has progressed so far that overtures have been made to the Mexican Government for the purchase of Lower California. Here, in a country which by all accounts is suitable for colonisation, a new Ireland is to be formed, independent at first, but predestined as soon as arrangements can be made, to be incorporated with the Union. Lower Cali- fornia certainly oilers many attractions to the intending settler. It is rich in minerals, and its sea ...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 24TH AUGUST, 1889. PROPOSAL IO [?]ORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MOBNING, 24TH AUGUST, 1889. PROPOSAL IO PORRO W. "WE perceive there is a motion before the Council with a view to raising a Loan of £7000 for the construction of certain per- manent works. This idea of borrowing is not a new one ; it has been previously before the Council, on more occasions than one. On the last, if we mistake not, the proposal was to borrow £10,000 inclusive of a sum to cover the cost.of erecting a Town Hall. This latter proposal seems not to be included in the works now contemplated. Perhaps that is just as well for the present, A Town Hall may well stand over until such time as one can be built, useful as well as ornamental, and a credit to our city. The sum formerly proposed (£2000) would scarcely do that. But what is of more im- portance still, the borrowing power would in such case be exercised in what mjght fairly be looked upon as a non-productive work. An office and meeting room may be secure...

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The Root of the Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

The Boot of the Trouble. IT was sad to see at {he Police Court, during^' the last few days, several lads, whose ages ranged from 9 to 13 years, charged with breaking and entering into people's premises and stealing goods therefrom. I quite agree with the remarks made by Mr. Ot. H. Taylor, from his place on the Bench. He touched the root of the trouble, when he censured parents for allowing their boys to ramble about the streets all hours of the night. : He did not exaggerate,-as all know who have eyes to see and ears to hear-when he said that at advanced hours, when the urchins should be tucked within the blankets-boys of tender ages are to be seen at street corners, smoking pipes and cigarettes,. and heard using language which would have given the bullock-driver of the past some trouble to surpass. "What can be expected . from such culture? Parents deplore the backsliding of their children, but let them accuse themselves of the blame. If they do their duty to keep them in doors aft...

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Canadian Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

Canadian Enterprise. ^| EECENT statistics regarding the railway andi agricultural enterprise in the Dominion of Canada, point to the marked and satisfactory advance made in the last few years. And first, with respect to railroads, the returns presented to the Canndian Parliament ßhow a most gratifying increase all round, not only in the mileage open, but also in the amount of earnings and tho number o£: passengers travelling on tho lines. But the most striking advance is in the development of agriculture. This has gained steadily in. I every province. Manitoba, for instance, consequent on the facilities for transport now existing has made enormous strides ia the dairy industry. A new wheat, known, by the name of the " Ladoga," has been widely introduced in the Dominion, and it is of so excellent a quality that it is likely to give Canadian wheat a high position in the markets of the world. The farmers, also,, are turning their attention to improved < methods of distributi...

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Ulmarra. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

Ulmarra.     FRIDAY. Municipal.-The Council held a special meet- ing in connection with several important works urgently required on account of the recent floods and rains. I will send you a full account of the meeting for your next issue. The most impor- tant of these work9 was the big drain through Con- nor's property. The consideration of this had to be postponed till Monday at a committee meeting, so as to allow fresh specifications to be drawn up. Death.-One of our oldest residents, Mrs. Cave, relict of the late Mr. John Cave, passed away this week, and was buried in the Ulmarra cemetery on Wednesday, the funeral being a large one. Mrs. Cave came to the Clarence over thirty years ago, and had nearly reached the allotted span of three score and ten when death claimed her. Mrs. Cave reared a numerous family, and a large circle of friends mourn her loss. Departure of Mr. Colley.-Through the closing of this branch of the Commercial Bank we lose a valuable ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 August 1889

BIRTHS. SCROOPE.-On 14th inst, at Dalmorton, the wife of S. G. SCROOPE, of a son. SCHUHMACHER-On 21st July, at her residence, Ramornie, Rushforth, the wife of R. Schuh-   macher, of a daughter. DEATHS. AAGE.-At his residence, Ramornie Meat Works, July 25th, CHARLES AAGE, aged 42 years ; leav- ing a sorrowing widow and brother to mourn their loss. Long days and nights he bore with pain To seek for rest, but all in vain Till God Himself, who thought it best To end his suffering, gave him rest. BOORMAN.-At his residence Swan Bay, Rich- mond River, formerly of Southgate, on Sunday, 18th instant, WILLIAM, eldest son of James Boorman, sen., Southgate, aged 52, leaving a wife and seven children to mourn their loss. CAVE.-At her residence, Upper Coldstream, on 20th August instant, of apoplexy, MARGARET, the beloved wife of the late John Cave ; in her 67th year. POCOCK-At the Grafton Hospital, on the 16th instant, of a disease in the brain, MARGARET JANE, the beloved third daugh...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Official Correspondence. THE Member for the Clarence writes that he has made application to have the following works carried ont, and the same have been referred to local officers for immediate report. 1. Road passing between portions 10 and 47 to portion 60, Palmer's Island. 2. Grant of £500 for road passing through Ulmarra. 3. Road passing through Palmer's Island. 4. Application for £100 for repairing road passing through Maclean. 5. establishing public pound at Maclean. 6. Urgency of sending punt to ply between Maclean and Ashby. 7. New post office buildings at Lawrence. 8. Police barracks Brushgrove. Improving road leading from Lawrence-Southgate road to round Mountain. Respecting the request from a public meeting at Tynedale urging that the Department take over charge of the Brushgrove-Maclean road, the Under-secretary refers for a reply to his letter on the subject dated 30th July last. Respecting the request to erect new school buildings at Tamba, it is considered that the im...

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Upper Orara Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Upper Orara Progress Asso- ciation. À GENERAL MEETING of the above Association was held at Mr. Rudder's, Coramba, on Saturday, when a good attendance of members showed up. All the representative men from Bocca, Tallawagga, Glen- reagh and Coramba being in attendance. The Pre.-ident (Mr. James Sweeney) occupied the chair. The Secretary submitted some correspondence from the Works Department, including the Rail- way Branch ; from the Lands and Postal Depart- ments, and from Mr. John See, M.L.A. Consider-, able interest waa manifested with regard to the various subjects dealt with by the following resolu- tions, which, with one exception, were carried with marked nnani mons appro val. Very strong measures were proposed to induce the Government to give heed to the just claims for improvement of existing roads and the opening up of new roads to new settlements. The Secretary was of opinion that if the influ- ential residents of the districts would venture to take certain action, snch as ...

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Hunter River. MAITLAND, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Hunter River. : " MAITLAND, AUGUST 22.. H. B. N. S. N. COMPANY.-At the half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the above, held yesterday, the report showed that the profits for the half-year amounted to £3511 17s 5d, from which a 10 per cent dividend was declared. The transactions were considered to be very satisfactory when the unfavourable season and excessive rail- way competition were taken into account. THE SINGLETON SHOW.-The gate money taken at the recent exhibition at Singleton reached the tidy sum of £435 9s lld, and proceeds from side shows £40. The Society's credit now stands at £660 15s lld. HUMAN REMAINS. - Some excitement was caused in West Maitland the other day through some human remains being found two feet below the surface of a paddock in Devonshire-street. Medical examination decided that they were those of an aboriginal and must have been deposited there many years ago.

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Tenterfield. AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

I Tenterfield. AUGUST 21. THE MAILS.-An alteration has been made m the arrival and despatch of the Fairfield-Tenterfield and Fairfield-Tabulara mails, in order to connect the service with that to Queensland. The Wednes- day and Saturday mails leave Tabulam at 4.15 a.m., reach Drake at 5.45 a.m., and here at 3.15 p.m. On Fridays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays the mails leave Drake at 7.15 a.m., and Tenterfield at 3.15 p.m. MINING.-By the recommendation of the Pros- pecting Board the Government are going to contribute a moiety of the cost of sinking 150 additional feet on the Golden Crown, Boonoo Boonoo, which has'so far given an ounce per ton from 40 tons treated. HOME RULE.-Mr. Dillon, the Irish delegate, passed here on Monday, a large crowd assembling at the station to greet him. At Warwick he spoke for an hour and a half, and his appeal was of so stirring a nature that it benefitted the funds of the mission to the extent bf over £400. He was escorted from the railway station by a proces...

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Copmanhurst. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Copmanhurst. MONDAY. COPMANHURST JOCKEY CLUB.-The annual gene- ral meeting waa held at Commercial Hotel on Fri- day evening ; the President in the chair. The balance sheet showed a credit balance of £12 2s. The officers elected for the ensuing year were as follows :-President, Mr. John Phemister, J.P. ; vice-president, Mr. John Franey ; Secretary, Mr. C. Jordan ; treasurer, Mr. John Davison ; committee -Messrs. G. Savidge, J. Hackett, C. Davison, D. and A. Michael, W. C. Attwater and F. Matheson. The qualification fee was abolished, and the protest fee raised to £1 ls. COPMANHURST CRICKET CLUB.-The annual meeting of this club was held ac Attwater's hotel on Saturday evening ; the vice-president presiding, and 12 other members present. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing year : President, D. Michael ; vice-president, G. Savidge ; treasurer and field captain, J. Davison ; secretary, F. Matheson. The above, together with A. Michael, were elected committee of manag...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Commercial. THE markets remain steady all ronna", with no immediate prospect of alteration. On Saturday Mr. H. Maurice will submit at Ulmarra a first-class fattening paddock of 209 acres, with portion agri- cultural land, situate on the Coldstream, well watered and improved. Several farms, as will bc be seen on reference to our business columns, are still open for lease. Those on which the leases fell due this year have been placed at very fair rentals, a shade above those offering for several years pavt. "We would refer our readers to the announcement of stock sales to be held next week. There is already a good spring in the grass, and though much of the grass waB destroyed by flood waters, the supply has been above that of ordinary seasons, and stock are not distressed for want of feed. Everything points to a strong demand to provide for our inadequately stocked grazing areas, and the numbers of cattle sent south through the winter will not be easily replaced on our fattening coun...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY. Sudden Death-On Saturday afternoon the news reached Maclean that Mr. John Murphy, a well-known farmer, residing at Palmer's Island, had died very suddenly through choking. Mr. Jenkins, the District Coroner, and Dr. Hood, the Government Medical Officer, immediately left for the Island, to hill an inquest over the body. À jury was empanneled, of which Mr. Â. Ross acted as foreman. The Medical Officer's evidence went j to show that deceased, while dining at Mr. Thearle's hotel, was suffocated through a piece of meat stick- ing in the larynx of the throat, causing almost immediate death. One of Mr. Thearle's daughters, who was dining at the same table, noticed some- thing wrong with Mr. Murphy, and on calling attention to it, those present, under the impression that he was in a fit, applied the usual restoratives in cases of fits, but in the meantime the unfortun- ate man had expired. The inquest was adjourned to Tuesday afternoon, when it is probable th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 August 1889

Abstract of Sales loy Auction. TT' TIT A TTT>T frc SATURDAY. í>i xi. iuivuiiiuíi, at Hough's Hotel, Ulmarra, rattening Paddock on Coldstream. Skating Contests.-Atthe Rink last evening a skating contest over obstacles took place between Theo. Ross and R. Vowell. Both competitors kept pretty cveD for the first six laps, when Vowell retired, till his opponent, who was more expert in passing throngh the barrels, had establisoed a two lengths lead. Vowell then resumed, and kept his distance with Ross to the finish. Á skating race was also run between E. Cox and M. Avery, the latter being conceded half a lap, which proved too much handicap for Cox, as his opponent won by about that distance. During the evening Vowell was presented with the prize won by him in the obstacle race on Thursday, a neat gold albert and gold pencil case, valued at over £4. SHOCKING RAILWAY FATALITY.-Three men were run over over by a train on thc railway line a ,few miles north of Newcastle on Friday night. ...

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