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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Political and Social Letter. ? LFrom our Special Correspondent. J I SYDNEY, TUESDAY EVENING. YESTERDAY the Free-trade Association held the first of the series of meetings which they had con- vened in connection with their conference of dele- gates. The meeting took place in the Protestant Hall. The arrangements for admission were some- what peculiar. They were that until five minntes to 8 admission should be by ticket only, and after i that time the building would be free to all. The : advertisements stated that the Committee of the ! Association were not specially desirous of seeing any but Free-traders in the hall. The arrange- ments as set forth in these advertisements were bound to give dissatisfaction, and an abundance of this feeling was expressed. The programme of last night's proceedings included an address by Dr. GARBAS, the President of the Free-trade Associa- tion, and a lecture by Mr. PULSFOBD. As the former was suffering from an affection of the throat, his address was ...

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Social at Jordan's Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Social at Jordan's Booms. ON Wednesday evening, there was a very pleasant little Cinderella dance at Jordan's rooms, got np by some ladies in aid of the Church of England Bazaar Fund, It is over 18 months since the last enter- tainment of this sort took place, and it is a nice - t way for people-especially those who are fond of I "tripping it on the light fantastic toe"-to meet " and enjoy themselves for a trifling sum which ia charged for entrance, and which is devoted to a good purpose. This entertainment differed from the preceding one, in that the participators were i invited to come either in plain or fancy dress, The room was pretty well filled, there being quite enough for the comfort of the dancers. There was a fair muster of fancy dress costumes, some of which had been worn at the skating carnival, and a few new ones. Dancing began at 8 o'clock, the floor was good, and some excellent music was supplied by different ladies who took part in the entertainment. The Bupper table...

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Lawrence Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Lawrence Police Court. ON THURSDAY, before the P.M. and Mr. E. Shields. John Sherry, for indecent exposure, was fined 20s, and 4s lOd costs. Thomas Comerford v. John Garrity, under the Landlord and Tenants Act ; case dismissed. Mr. Donaldson for complainant, Mr. M'Guren for defendant. * Michael Kane v. "William Kinnear, claim of £14 6s for wages. Ordered to pay amount, with 4s lOd costs, within 14 day's. James Kane v. William Kinnear, claim of £6 17s 8d. Same decision. Michael Ward v. William Kinnear, claim of £6 13s 4d. Ordered to pay £4 17s 6d, with 21s profes- sional costs, within 14 days. Mr. M'Guren for 'complainant, Mr. Donaldson for defendant. Robert Clarke v. Thomas M'Grath, under the Landlord and Tenants Act. Case struck out ; no -appearance of either party. Fancy Pair.-At a special meeting of the Parochial Council and fancy fair committee held où Tuesday, Ven. Archdeacon Greenway presiding, it was decided to hold a fancy fair on Wednesday and Thursday, 6th and 7th November...

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Aquatic Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Aquatic Notes. fBr A BOULEVARD LOUNGER.] THE entries for the G. E. C. Begatta closed last Thursday, and must he considered as very satisfactory. Jj'or the Maiden Single Sculls four have entered, Casey, Evans, Childs, and C. Bondfield. A very good race may be looked for between the first three; Bondfield has been taking things a little too easily to stand much chance of being well up. For the Senior Single Sculls BUBII, Burt, Paterson, and Noonan have entered from tho G. E. C., and Oakes, Capp, and M'Aulay from the S. B. C. Seven entries for a senior event is unprecedented in the annals of the Club, and a very ejcitiDg contest should bo the result. Tho South side representatives have not been doing as much exercise on the water as thoBe from this side, but then daily occupation will in a large measure compensate them for want of work in the bonts. Bush and Burt are in tip top condition, and will both require a lot of beating ; the former is a hot favourite in his club, nevertheless t...

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Armidale. AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Armidale. AUGUST 27. MINING.-Several farmers near Armidale have formed themselves into a prospecting party, con- tributing weekly 33 4d to two of their number, who have been sent out on discovery of the precious metal whether in reef or alluvial. The idea is a novel one, and whatever the result, is inexpensive. At Hillgrove, 250 blocks up to date have been registered, and one night last week there was a great rush to peg out building allotments on the field. Some good stone from Cangi was shown here last week, and some laud has been taken up on the field. SKATING CARNIVAL.-An entertainment of this character was held here on Friday evening, and was one of the most brilliant gatherings that Armidale has yet seen. Fancy costumes, repre- senting almost every shade of character were to be seen, and some of the dresses were superb. " Ned Kelly," in his iron helmet, was a conspicuous per- sonage. About 1000 persons were present. During the evening a skating race took place,- the winner doi...

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THE Clerence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 31ST AUGUST, 1889. THE BYRON BAY JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

THU Clarence and Richmond Examiner. ¡ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATTJBDAY MOBNING, 31ST AUGUST, 1889. TUE BYRON BA Y JOB. THE Byron Bay job ia receiving but very scant approval from the Press of the Richmond electorate. Thc Ballina Pilot, The MicJtmond Hirer Herald, The Tweed and Brunswick Advocate, and The Lismore Chronicle, all condemn it in no measured terms. There surely must be coniething in this unanimity and wide-spread expression of public opinion which will have due weight with the powers that be. It is strong evidence at least that the residents of the Richmond Electorate are not favourable to the scheme, and that Mr. LEE, Mr. EWING, and Mr. GARVAN do not represent the views of the people of the Richmond when they state that it is a proposal which will largely benefit the Electorate, and that the electors are anxious for it to be carried out. The Press of the Electorate, with one or two exceptions, are unanimous in condemnation of the proposed wasteful expenditure at the Bay, whil...

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Kookrabookra, Bear Hill, and the Chandler Reefs. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Kookrabookra, Bear Hill, and the. Chandler Reefs. THE following notes have been written by one well acquainted with reefing country, and who has spent the last two months on the above mines. Daring a sojourn at the reefs the writer met with a number of old diggers from other fields, and they all concluded it was advisable to steer eastward. Kookrabookra lies between the Mitchell and Now- lands Creek, four miles apart. The county is hard granite ; but at a depth it may possibly become soft, and if this should prove to be the case it may turn out well. Bear Hill, situate south from Nowland's Creek, is not fancied by the old miners, who base their opinion on the fact that the country is too broken, rugged and hungry looking. The field has yet to be proved whether it will prove payable at a depth. It is hoped that the enterprising speculators from Adelaide, who have invested here, will be success- ful. The Chandler reefs, on the Alice Cornwall Creek, are as yet but little known, althoug...

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Maclean Municipal Council. THE regular meeting was held on Tuesday ; present-the Mayor, Aldermen Cummins,| Kyle, M'Mahon, Sjehwonberg, and Boderick. Letters were read from-Mr. T. P. Gale, complaining that his previous communication upon the subject of the Taloumbi " chasm" had been treated with too much levity, and urging npon the Council the necessity of doing some- thing to save bia property from falling into the said "chasm." From Messrs. Poulson Brothers, asking permission to erect a verandah in Eiver-street, m front of their photo- graphic studio. Permission granted, in accordance with by-laws. Fiom Lands Department, calling attention to the en- croachment on Cameron-street by the Wesleyan Cemetry, pointed out by Mr. Surveyor James 0. Burgess. Beceived and to stand over to next meeting for consideration. From Stock and Brands Department, to the effect that the Government approved of the erection of a Pound m Maclean, but the maximum sum allowed by them was £20, and aBking wheth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Clarence P and A. Society-The following is the result of the ballot taken by the members for the election of 36 to form the general committee for the current year. Those elected polled as under :-J. T. M'Kittrick 69 votes, T. Bawden 68, G. H. Varley 67, A. Eggins and H. A. Volckers 66, C. Page 63, H. Maurice 62, M. Bush and G. Crispin 61, D. M'Dermid 60, A. Waters and S. Kritsch 57, J. F. Small, J. Chisholm, and G. Bailey 56, E. Hockey, Duncan M'Lachlan, W. H. Alderson, J. H. Munro, and W. Ford 55, J. B. Carlton 54, W. Goodger and J. M'Pherson 53, W. Lee and A. Rothschild 52, A. Bailey 51, F. Doberer 49, J. Davison and E. Cameron 4S, J. E. Chapman 47, C. A. M'Farlane 46, A. Lipman and H. Harding 45, P. Clarence 44, G. Martin and G. Morrison 43. The other candidates polled as follows :-T. Timbs, D. Doust, and M. Considine 41 votes, D. M'Gill 37, T. M'Intosh and J. Bratfield 36, j. J. Lee and J. Kirk S3, A. Sneath and A. J. Munro 32, M. Trotter 31, D. See andi. Kennedy 30, B. Eglingto...

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Mr. Henry Varley's Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Mr. Henry Varley's Mission. A VERY remarkable meeting was that held by Mr. "Varley, on Saturday evening in Sydney. Considerably over 1000 were present, the platform being crowded with representatives of the various religions denominations. The essence of the address was that the effect of immorality of any kind was the chaining of the physical and intellectual resources of the individual, and the prematuro loss of energy and power. To this prevalent cause must te attributed the stunted physical and intellectual growth of the majority of men of the present day, and to it also must be ascribed many of the lamentable failures in life. Mr. Tarley denounced in the strongest terms the criminal neglect of parents in not informicg their som before entering into life of the dangers which awaited them dangers which without smch necessary warning would probably rain them for life. Some of Mr. Tarley's hits elicited enthusiastic applause, as when he denounced certain of the medical profession f...

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. By TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

DEPAETTJKES FOB SYDNEY. By TELEGRAPH. | August 27.-META sch. for Melbourne, crossed out at 0.20 a.m. August 23.-CITÏ OF GRAFTON, S25 tons, Captain Magee. Crossed out at poon, and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mesdames Rutledg«, Byfield : Messrs. Rutledge, Freeman, Beazley, Taylor, Forster, iY-ldlieiuj, Croft, Griffiths, .Fay, Brown, Skalio, BasQeîd, Bray, Lewis, Whalan, Master Bray ; and 3 in thesteerage. CR and M.R. S.N.Co.,agents. ? August 23.-AUSTRALIAN str., 400 tonB, Captain Affleck. Crossed out 0.30 a.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. I'assengcTB-Mrs Powell;Misses Shaw, Archibald; Messrs. Jones, Davey, Smith, Cowan, Gibson, Twohill, Shaw ; and 0 in the steerage. John Seo and Cc, agents. August 23.-COMET str. for the Richmond Paver. Crossed out at 12.20 p.m. August 29.-FIONA str , crossed out at 9.57 a m. ? Acgnst 20.-FERNMOUNT slr. Crossed out at 5.15 p.m. John See asd Co., agents. EXPORT3 TO SYDNEY. August 20.-WYRALLAH: 733 bags maize, 50 casca egg?, 33 coops...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. August 29.-HELEN NICOLL, 400 tons, Captain Fraser. Passengess-Messrs. J. Price, H. Kidd, AV. T. Pullen, B. H. Kannavan, Silverton, Chapman, T. J. Windsor, C. Shulze. D. Bell, A. C. Champion,T. Jamieson, F. Livingstone, W. Gibson; ' -: »nd- 0 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, ., caued at Newcastle on Wednesday, crossed the bar at 4.45 p.m. on Thursday, and arrived in Grafton at 9.30 a.m. on Fri , (lay. Experienced fresh N. and N.E. winds throughout. : John See and Co. aeents. August 30.-AWRALLAIT str., Captain Alley. Passengers -Sasses M'Farlane, Ring, Kirk ; Mr. Kirk. Left Sydney at Ü p.m. on Tuesday, called at Newcastle on WeJnesdaj-, and t'^ok in 150 tons coal, left again st ll a.m. same day, crossed the bar at daylight on Friday, and arrived in Grafton at 5 p.m. same day. C. E. and M. R. S. N. Co., agents.

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Religious Notices. CHUBCH OF ENGLAND I Sunday- Cathedral, Morning Prayer, 7.30 : Children's Service 3.30 ; Confirmation and Holy Communion, ll ; Evening; Prayer and Sermon, 7. Copmanhurst, ll-, Southgate, 3. German Church, Children's Service, 3. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7. Confirmation Classes: German Church, Tuesday, Girls at 4.15 ; boys at 7. Parsonage, Thursday, at ?' 4.30. --" Sunday-South Grafton, ll and 7.30 ; Ulmarra, 3. "Wadnes . ^ day-Upper Coldstream, 7 p.m. V : Sunday-Strone Tark, 3-Kev. F. E. Haviland. Sunday-Maclean, ll; Palmer's Channel, 3.EQ: Chatsworth, 7.30. ?Wednesday-Yamba, 3.-Rev. R. J. Moxon. :. ' ROMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH. V Sunday-Grafton, Mass at ll. Benediction, 3.30. "Vespers, 7.30. Mass every morning at 7. Benediction every evening at 7.30. South Grafton, Mass at 0.30. Copmanhurst, Mass at ,11. PRESBYTERIAN CnURCtI OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Sunday-Grafton, ll and 7. Tuesday-Copmanhurst 7, (Col- lection for Heathen Mission)-Rev. A. Barron. Sunday-Ulmarra, ll : Brus...

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RICHMOND RIVER PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

RICHMOND RIVER POET. DEI-AHTCKES.-August 27: Grace Lynn and Grace Dent schoonei3. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday strong westerly winds with cloudy weather and moderate sea. Clarence bar moderate, 14 feeet at high water, Richmond bar moderate, ll feet at high water. Showery at Ballina. After crossing in on Thursday, the Helen Nicoll got aground for three quarters of an hour just above Iluka wharf, as she was endeavouring to call there. This spot is becoming shallow and needs the services of the dredge to prevent its further 1 healing. On Thufsday the Helen Nicoll entered by what is called the old channel over the bar near tho old quarry. She then came up the new channel made by the flood by nuka. Tho schooner Meta, 243 tuns, Captain de Vries, cleared the Heads for Melbourne on Tuesday, with C5 round piles and 30X00 feet sawn timber. The barque Alexander Newton is loading timber at Wilson's Hill, South Grafton. The three-masted schooner Coquette, on her passage from the Clarence to M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-DAY (SATURDAY). J'y ii' .MAURICE, at Hough's Hotel, Dlmarra, Fattening , Paddock on Coldstream. * Br T- ?^WDEN- »l tue Rooms, Tea, Clocks, Drapery, Farm and Garden Produce, and sundries. TÍTESDÁ Y '" B> CaUl'eTH0EÎO A"VP SMALL' *' Tul'y's Yards. Miled Free Selections at Grafton. {.letfKGE MICHAIL GKEBEET, Whiteman Creek, 40 acres, couLty Clarence, parish ot Chapman, commencing on the left Inak of Blackman Creek, at the 60ttth-west corner of appli- cant's e.p. portion 8, and adjoining that e.p. on the soutb. weat.fcontage to the creek. Deposit; paid, £4. James West, Coaldale, 82 acres, county Clarence, parish of Coaldale, commencing on the south-west corner of applicant's u.c. p. of 1?0 acres, portion 22; und bounded thence by lines west to .portion 21; thence south to the Solferina Snail : thence by that road easterly to portion 20 ; thence north-west, awl ajjkin nocih to starting point. Deposit paid, £S 4s. August Alfred Cowling:, Coramba, 100 ac...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Commercial. i'oua portions were selected on Thursday at the Lands Oitice, and during the month selecting Iia3 teen brisker than, for several preceding, late sales of property at S>uth Grafton show a slight increase in values for land on that side of the river. Still there is very little speculation in lind. The stock market is brisk for stores, and likely to remain so, as the demand cannot he readily met. Fat cattle are iu fair supply, with large numbers still going . south, and only forthin outlet the northern markets would have been considerably over supplied ¿his season. 137 bullocks from Messrs. Barnes, Bruxner and Edwards on the Richmond River, were sold in Sydney at £6 18s 3d, Our Brisbane advices state that market is much improved, bullocks going up to £0, and cows to £0 15s, which com " pures most favourably with Sydney jus1-, now. A draft of 740 store bullocks have been quitted at Muswellbrook at £1 4s 6d per head, a high figure considering the price of fats. The maize m...

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Woolgoolga Land Board Sittings [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Woolgoolga Land Board Sittings THE first land court at Woolgoolga was held on Monday, before Messrs. F. Trollope, J.P. (chair- man) and T. Page, J.P. The following cases were disposed of : Eugene F. Rudder, 149 acres, parish Moonee. Disallowed. Edith Thornton, 149 acres, Moonee. Disallowed. Eugene F. Rudder, 200 acres, Moonee. Measure- ment ordered for 200 acres. Michael Martin, 50 acres, Coff. Conditions so far have been fulfilled. John Casson, substitute other improvements in lieu of fencing. Refused, application not lodged within prescribed period. John Casson was granted 12 months extension to complete fencing. M. Meinard's application to substitute other improvements in lieu of fencing, was refused, not being lodged within prescribed period. George William Lucas, application to erect class of fencing, 1-rail and 2 or 4 wires, was granted in two instances ; and he was also granted 12 months extension to complete fencing. D. R. M'Aulay was granted 12 months extension of time to c...

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Clarence Railway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Clarence Railway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. AT a meeting of the Executive Committee, held on Wednesday, there were present-Messrs. See (in the chair). Page, Bawden, Davies, Rothschild, Varley, Maurice, and Hockey. Mr. See was unanimously elected Chairman of the Committee for the ensuing year. It was resolved that the Treasurer pay the amount in hand on account to the Secretary, on account of his allowance. A letter was read from Mr. E. F. Rudder, request- ing the League to approve of a resolution passed by the Upper Orara Progress Association requesting that the Chief Commissioner for Roads be author- ised to visit this district to inspect roads in this electorate. Resolved that the writer be informed that the action proposed is beyond the present scope of the constitution of the League. In the matter of the resolution passed at the   annual meeting rc altering the constitution, it was resolved that the considération of this matter stand adjourned unti...

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Grafton Borough Counci. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

Grafton Borough Council, j THE tegular bi-monthly meeting was held on Wed- nesday. Present-Tho Mayor, Aldermen Alderson, Lowe, Laird, Rothschild, M'Kittrick, Campbell, Jacobs, Hockey, BeatBon. CORRESPONDENCE.-From A. Sutton, asking £30 advance, on his contract at Mary-street bridge. Eeceived. From F. Walters, requesting that a street lamp be erected at intersection of Fitzroy and Villiers Btreets. Referred to Lighting Committee. From W. J. Hawthorne, drawing attention to the condition of Skinner-street, South Grafton, that portion between "Vere and Cambridge-streets being almost impassable. Referred to Public Works Committee. From E. Barratt, urging the necessity of erecting a lamp at the intersection of Queen and Powell street*- Referred to Lighting Committee. From B. Duggan, drawing attention to the con- dition of the footpath in'front of the Market hotel. Referred to Public Works Committee to carry out. From Director of Sydney Botanical Gardens, stating that 100 trees had been fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 31 August 1889

General Notices WATCHES ! WATCHES ! HAVE NO EQUAL in price or quality. Most dur able, and first-class timekeepers. Send for price list, POST FREE. »13 «EOKGE*ÜiTBEET, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION', SYDNEY Factories-Liverpool, England. Everything Guaranteed, and sent Post Free at | Halt the Colonial Prices. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. (ENGLISH LEVER, full jewelled, £2 lOs < compensation balance. Two years ( guarantee. 1 Os I My une1ual,ed English Lever, full * ) covered cap. Three years gnarantee. « , \ My special English Lever, compensa * 1 tion balance. Three years guarantee. Í1 First-class English Lever, full covered | cap patent, hand finished. Four years guarantee. Recommended. ( First-classEnglishLever,compensation 1 £5 < balance, full covered cap, hand finished. ( Four years guarantee. Recommended. Í English Lever, superior hand-finished £G j maintaining power. Five years guar ( antee. ' English Lever, extra strong, first-class £7 { hand finished, f nil...

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