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THERE ARE EWINGS AND EWINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

THEKE ABE EWINGS AND EWINGS. ON the one side we have a member of the Assembly who announces it as the mission of his life to " Snuff out, to dry up the Clarence." In fact, to obliterate it off the face of the earth as fully as the river which Scripture inform eth us flowed out of Eden and divided into four heads. But then EWING is a young man, and we gather from Scripture that young men, even so far back as the days of REUOBOAM, were never gifted with an over-burden of wisdom. In these days, as in those, some young men prefer seeking their own advancement, rather than to study the cries of¡ the people. But then we have on the other side of us another Ewing, a man advanced in years and in wisdom, and who is revered and respected by all who knows him. His mission appears to be to do good unto mankind, and like the aged men in Rehoboam's time, he tenders good and wise advice. He thinks the Clarence should not be snuffed out or dried up. He thinks its natural capabilities should be util...

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AN ADDRESS ON FREE-TRADE BY A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

AN ADDBESS ON FBEE-TRADE BY A LADY. AT the meeting addressed by Mr. WISE a novelty was introduced in the shape of an address by a lady. The lady is Mrs. VIVIAN, wife of a gentleman who has made several unsuccessful attempts to get a seat in the Legislature. Although she is an intelli- gent woman, she talked a great deal of balderdash, and the audience regarded her performance such as they would have regarded a breakdown by a burlesque actress. They thought it great fun. The Herald would not report the address ; that clearly indicated that the Editor deemed it bad form on the part of an educated woman to speak at a public meeting. But the Telegraph reported it verbatim. The incident suggests that Mrs. Vivian does not play second fiddle to her husband. For women I have the profoundest respect, and I do not agree with those people who say that they are inferior mortals ; but, nevertheless, I am of the opinion that they are as much out of place in addressing political meetings as men wo...

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RICHMOND RIVER MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

RICHMOND RIVER MAILS. THUS runs a telegram dated Saturday, 24th August, from Casino in the S. jil. Herald : " Last Wednes- day's mail sent from Sydney cannot reach here till Monday, whereas if sent via Tenterfield it would have been delivered here at noon to-day. There is considerable indignation in consequence of the postal department persisting in using the Clarence route for the Richmond River mails," icc, &c. In this case the probabilities are that the " consider- able indignation " exists only in the mind of the correspondent, who appears to nurse some sort of a fad against everything connected in any way with the Clarence. In this respect the Herald's cor- respondent is very much like Mr. EWING. He believes he has a mission, and that is to dry up the Clarence. It is just as well that the public should look a little more closely into the communications of the Herald's correspondent. Now, it is an un- doubted fact that the course advocated-in the wire quoted from, and on...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1889. PUBLIC EXPENDITURE IN COUNTRY DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ ESTABLISHED 1859.] TÜESDAT MOBNIÏTG, 3ED SEPTEMIÎEB, 1889. PUBLIC EXPENDI CURE IN COUNTRY DISTRICTS. LAST Monday's Herald has, under the heading of " Public expenditure in country districts," a letter signed " Grafton," in which the statement of the MINISTER OP WORKS, as to the relative expendi- ture in the metropolis and country districts, is set forth. One of the chief contentions of the letter appears to be similar to the grounds we took a short time since when dealing with the same subject-" Is it fair to settle public expenditure proportionately on the basis of population 2" This letter elicited, on the following day, a sub leader in the same journal. After quoting- from the letter largely upon the point raised, the Herald says, " There arc two sides to the question, and this is one consideration which our correspondent appears to have entirely overlooked." It is then pointed out that the public expenditure is defrayed from three.sources-ta...

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Cricket Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

Cricket Matches. Warwicks v. Carltons.-The junior team obtained a decided victory over the Carltons on the oval on Saturday. Smith, Thorne, and Hughes batted freely against the several trundlers of the Carltons ; the former repeatedly putting the ball out of bounds, while Hughes hit the only five of the match. About the middle of the innings five wickets fell for three runs. Till showed best form with the ball, the others being driven all over the field. The older club made a short sojourn at the wickets, none of them giving much trouble to Smith and M'Lucas, the former particularly being most destructive. Henson played a fair defence. The fielding on both sides was fair for so early in the season, and several smart catches were made. Scores : WABWICKS-Thorne 26, Oake3 3, Smith 35, Hattersley 7, Turner 1, Thornton 9, Bright 5, Hughes (n.o.) 20, E. Davies, M'Lucas, and Stack nil ; sundries 7-Total 113. Bowling :-Laing 1 for 26, G. Brindle 1 for 23, R. Brindle 2 for 36, Till 5 for 22....

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Sporting. Clarence Tattersall's Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

Sporting. Clarence Tattersalls Jockey Club. A MEETING of the" Committee was held at Hynes' hotel on Saturday, the vice-president (Mr. Bush) in the chair. The action of the Secretary in several matters was confirmed ; as also was that of the Treasurer in placing £100 at interest in the A.J.S. Bank. The resignation of Mr. T. G. Hewitt, owing t3 removal from the district, was accepted; and an engrossed letter of thanks ordered to be sent to Mr. Hewitt, in recognition of the great and disinterested services he had rendered the Club as President and Secretary. The annual report and Treasurer's statement, for presentation at annual meeting, was adopted, and accounts passed for payment. Annual Meeting. The meeting then resolved into the annual meet- ing of the Club, The annual report was received and adopted, to- gether with the Treasurer's statement. The report recommended that in future the annual race meeting he held on Easter Monday or Queen's Birth- day. The Club has a credit balance ...

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Lismore. AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 3 September 1889

Lismore. AUGUST 30. THE first of the dairy factories, which seem likely to spring np all throughout this district, was opened at Spring Hill, on the 2Sth instant, on the farm of Mr. John Secombe, who is the Manager. I There was a goodly number of interested visitors, several of the business people from Lismore and elsewhere being present. After the formal opening a liberal banquet was provided, at which the cus I ternary speeches were made, and altogether the ' whole proceedings passed off to the satisfaction of all. Cheese and batter factories were the order of the day on the Richmond, both about Casino where Messrs. W. J. Fanning, J. C. Irving, Jno. White and others, are going vigorously into the industry, and also about Lismore and its vicinity, the prodnce of both being generally excellent. Amongst those producing on a large scale may be mentioned Messrs. Harrison, Carter, Walmsley, Gray, M'Intyre, Beveridge, Secombe, Stocks, Cooke, Dorrough, and others whose names I am not fami...

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THE Clarence and Ricimond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATUEDAT MOBHING, 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1889 Echoes and Opinions. THE RESULT OF ORGANIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

THE Clarence and Ricimond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATUEDAT MOBHING, 7TH SEPTEMBEB, 1889 Echoes and Opinions. -.-. THE EESULT OP ORGANIZATION. THE establishment of an association that will watch over the general interests of the district in respect to those smaller matters which do not come within the scope of the Harbours and Railway League, is no doubt a necessity. It does not appear, however, that it is quite desirable to build up such an association, either by pulling down the League or extending the scope of its operations. The League was established to advocate the carrying out of great national projects. There ÍB quite enough, perhaps, for it to do in pushing those matters along, without introducing mere local questions. There can be no doubt of the necessity for a thorough organization in respect to local matters, and especi- ally so with regard to roads and bridges. This is the more evident when it is seen that organizations under the name of Progress Associations suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

General Notices 'JHB NOTED DEAPEEY HOUSE OP ROSS AND CO. LONDON HOUSE GRAFTON. We have received our NEW SUMMER STOCK OF f PRINTS. ZEPHYRS. VEILINGS. BEIGES. PONGEES. SILKS. Emhroidered Silk Bordered Robes Print and Zephyr Robes White, Cream, and Striped Pongee Bilka Scroll Fignred Pongees and Beiges Black Broché Silk Grenadines Black and Cream Drees Tulle and Net Black and White Check Washing Silks Cream, Striped, and Coloured Brochó Cashmeres SUMMER CASHMERES (to which we draw particular attention) in all «»?NEW SHADES, such as Vieux Rose, Terr* Cotta, Serpent, Gobelein, Fawns and Greys. New Trimmings, Novelties in Buttons, and New Zephyr Embroideries, (STTO MATCH ALL DRESS MATERIALS. LADIES' HATS. All the Xew Lending- simpes in Ladies' Straw Hats and BonnetB fg-FOR THIS SEASON, and the newest UIBBONS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, &C. NEW SUNSHADES. NEW CORSETS. All Plain Drapery such as Calicoes, Flannels, Sheet- ings, and in fact all Manchester Goods, done well, Th« I¿nrg-cst Stock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Abstract of Sales Tay Auction. By AV . J. FOLBIGG, at the residence of Dr. A. J. Hood, Maclean, Household Furniture and EUects. By T. BAWDEN, at his Booms, Usual Weekly Sale. A STATUE TO BE ERECTED IN MELBOTJBNE.-On Monday the Victorian Pioneers' Eight-hour Associ- ation adopted ' Mr. Percival Ball's design for a statue to commemorate the establishment of the eight-hour system in Victoria. The statue is to be of bronze, with a pedestal of granite, on the pedestal being the inscription, .' There is more equality, because there is more justice ; and more justice, because there is more universal knowledge." On the pedestal are male and female figures repre- senting Intelligence and Labour. It is estimated that the cost will be £5000, whioh it is intended to raise by shilling subscriptions, the . Government being aïked to grant a site for the statue. THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER.-The London Daily Chronicle says:-"Last year Dr. Forbes Winslow communicated with Sir Charles Warren in reference...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Religious Notices. ' :,- cnüEon or ÏNOLANB. . Sunday-Cathedral, ll and 7.30; Children's Service, 3 : Meat- works, ll: Copmanhurst, ll; Alumny Creek, 3; German Church, 7.30. Confirmation Classes: German Church, Tuesday, Girls Rt 4.15 ; boys at 7. Thursday - German Church, Bible Clisa, 7.30. Sunday-South Grafton, 7.30i(n.c.) ll and7.30 Sunday, 15th-Upper Coldstnam, ll-Rev. jr. E. Haviland. Sunday-Sonth Arm, Union Hall, ll: Tyndale, 3.30; Law- rence, 7 30. Saturday-Barrett's Creek, 8, Sundiy, 15th - Yulgilbar, ll: Lionsville, 4.-Eev. E. J. Moxon. ROMAN CAinOLIO CHURCH. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at ll. Vespers, 7.30. Mass every morning at 7. Friday-Stations of the Cross, 7.30. South Grafton, Mass at 0.30. Sunday School at 10. Sunday-Maclean, Mass at ll. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn OF NEW SOUTH "WALES. Suodiiy-Grafton, ll and 7.-Rev. A. Barron. Sunday-South Arm, ll : Ulmarra, 3 ; Coldstream, 7-Kev. <T. E. Browne. Sunday-Maclean, ll ; Chatsworth, 3. -Eev. J. G. Hauss mann. PRESBYTERIAN OHUB...

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THE SYMBOL OF UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

THE SYMBOL OF UNITY, THE corporation of Edinburgh, in presenting Mr. C. S. PARNELL with the freedom of their city, severed the floral emblem of the unity of Great Britain and Ireland. The casket in which the Congress ticket was deposited being ornamented only with the thistle and the shamrock, the rose being carefully excluded,' Af téfcthisit will perhaps be thought by the members of the Edinburgh Council that this severance of the symbol of unity may soon be fol- lowed by the actual severance. of the unity _of the kingdoms. There was no necessity, we think, to insult the whole English people, whatever may be tho differences between parties as to the details of domestic Government.

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS THOM SYDNEY. Sep. S.-M. A. ÍJO RAN sell., crossed ia at 11.10 a.m. Sep. 5-"WYRALLAH str., Captain Alley; Passengers-Dr. . Anderson; Messrs. J. Emmerton, A. Adoulpus, T. Bate, A. Haltham '; and 4 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 6.30 p. m. on ; Tuesday; crossed the bar at 6.30 a.m. on Thursday, and arrived . in Gratton at 1.30 p.m. same day. C. R. and M. E. S. N. ? Co., agents. Sep. 5.-HELEN NICOLL, 400 tons, Captain Fraser. Passengers-Mrs. Foran ; Misses Attwater, Davis, Stuart (2), ' Uer. S. Ingle ; Messrs. M. Soiling, Ii. Pyers. Vf. A. Manning, . JJ. lt. Manning, A. F. Stobo, C. Attwater, 8. H. B. Johnson, A. Stephenson, and 8 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 0 p.m. on Tuesday, crossed the bar at C a.ni. on Tiiursday, and arrived in Grafton ot 2 p.m. same day. Experienced fine -weather, wlthslightrainshowersthronghout. Join See and Co. agents. Sep. 5.-FIONA Ktr., crossed in at-5.55 a.m. C. S. E. Co., agents. . ': DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. Ssp. 1- CITY OF GRAFTON, $25...

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ON THE ROAD TO UNIFORM SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

ON THE' EOAD TO TJNIFOESI SETTLEMENT. THE Herald's special Commissioner to Queensland, in one of tho?e very, interesting articles " Towards the Sun Line," thus refers to the Queenslander as a type of Australian people : " He is not likely, how- ever, to be a distinct type, for he has been acted upon by forces which tend to draw him to the general type, by the force of railway communica- tion, which is the greatest influence on individual and national character that exists to-day. And Queensland has, compelled, by tile configuration of the country, pursued a different policy from the rest of the colonies in regard to her railways,.a policy which I shall not enlarge on here ; but which has tended to create many centres, and not throw population on one point. Queensland is secured against centralization ; she is on the road to uniform settlement." That is the sort of policy the people of these districts have been endeavouring for the past twenty years to induce the Government of New So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

113 YEAHS OLD.-Mrs. Geo. Davie, of Gounyan, Yass, died, aged 113. She was sensible almost to the last moment. She had been 86 years in the colony, being the first whito woman to cross the Dividing Bange. Her children, to the fourth generation num- ber over 600. Up to twelve years ago deceased was strong and active and came into Yass regularly every week by herself marketing. Importations of liquid rubbish aro being mada and false tonics are being brought out, with the view in some instances of supplanting, in others of imitating, a medicinal beverage which the inhabi tauts of Australia know to possess genuine invigor- ative, depurativo, and diuretio efficacy. The article is Wolfe's Schnapps, Buy it and repudiate the shams.-ADV.

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CIGARETTE SMOKERS BEWARE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

CIGARETTE SMOKERS BEWARE. SIB MOBELL MACKENZIE, in a very interesting article on " Speech and Song," in the Contemporary Review, says : " The speaker should take the greatest care of his voice, which is the instrument both of his usefulness and of his fame ; but of course it ia not always easy for him to do so. Still he shonld, if possible, make it a rule not to speak when his voice is hoarse or fatigued, and when he has a great oratorical effort to make he should reserve himself for it. Tobacco, alcohol, and fiery condiments of all kinds are best avoided by those who have to Bpeak much, or at least they should be used in strick moderation. I feel bound to warn speakers addicted to the 'herb nicotine' against cigarettes. Like tippling, the effect of cigarette smoking is cumulative, and the slight but constant absorption of tobacco juice and smoke makes the practice far more noxious in the long run than any other form of smoking. Our forefathers, who used regularly to end their eveni...

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INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

INSECT PESTS. MOST farmers, orchardists and gardeners would be startled were they informed of the losses caused by the depredations of the multifarious descrip- tions of noxious insects that attack vegetable life and products. In a Bingle district thousands of pounds worth are annually destroyed in this way, and money spent in discovering remedial measures or preventives would not be wasted, Take for instance the maize-grower. The first enemy is the grub, that about this time of year gnaws the root of the tender blade, cansingit to die off, frequently causing re-planting, or thinning the crop to a certain diminishing of its yield. Much of the damage by grubs may be obviated by turning the land early, so as to permit the rubbish properly decaying prior to putting in the seed, and nlso by making the soil fine. Bough, dry, lumpy land seems to favour the prevalence of grubs. Their ravages, however, seldom go beyond September in any year, but the farmer is met by another enemy by plantin...

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The Proposed Municipal Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

I The Proposed Municipal Loan. BY CITIZEN. I A PROPOSAL to raise a loan of £7000 npon the security of the ordinary rate on the Borough, for j the purpose of forming and metalling some eleven streets-at a cost of £5350, and for constructing, three comparatively local drains at a cost of £1650, is to be duly considered at the nest meeting of the Council. The question is one of such large importance to the Borough that no true well-wisher for its future should feel annoyed at a strict enquiry into it. Upon the general question as to the advisability of borrowing money for the purpose of carrying out important public works, and thereby throwing upon future generations part of the responsibility of contributing to the benefits that they enjoy, is a question which in these days goes as an admitted judicious course of action, with all but a few who seek to apply to public matters that excellent principle in private affairs of never spending money until you have got it. But presuming, for t...

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Echoes and Opinions. CONFISCATION NO REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Echoes and Opinions. COKFISCATIOX NO BEMEDY. TJNDES thia head there appears in the Century Magazine for July a letter commenting upon Mr. HENEY GEOBGE'S theories. In his book Henry George clamours boldly -for confiscation of the land ; for its seizure by the State without compen- sation to the owner. But of late in his paper and speeches he would reach the confiscation indirectly by imposing upon land the wholö weight of tax- ation. " How would this operate for example in Ohio? In that State the land, now, it may be, bears one third of the taxes ; the improvements and personal property the other two-thirds. To place all upon the land would increase its burdens three- fold, and proportionately decrease its value, and to thia extent confiscate it. Much of the land would not be worth the tax, and would be given up. Thus as to this the confiscation would be complete. Mr. George sees'all this, and would make the change gradually. But here the first step would tell; the future would be di...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. AN Australian in London has backed Searle at £1000 to £800. The Ciar will visit the Emperor of Germany at Berlin. A company has been formed to purchase a claim adjoining the Mount Morgan. The Australian and New Zealand Mortgage Com- pany has declared a dividend of 5 per cent. London, Thursday. THE Trades Congress has approved of the payment of members of Parliament. The German expedition to East Africa, organised by Dr. Veters, for the relief of Emin Bey, has proved a failure, and it is now returning to Zanzi- bar. L. Blanchard, the dramatist, is dead. Great apathy exists in France over tho general election of the Chamber of Deputies. Many seats are at present without candidates. The railway train in which the Shah of Persia was travelling in Russia collided with another train. | The Shah was extricated through a window of his carriage unhurt. The Eight Hours principle adopted at the recent Labour Conference in Paris, has been rejected by th...

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