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DAIRYING IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

DAIRYING IN TUE SOUTH. SOME interesting details respecting the milk and butter supply from the Southern districts were given at a complimentary banquet tendered by the Fresh Food and Ice Company, to the South Coast farmers at Kiama a few days ago. The output of milk by the Company was given as larger than that of anyother established, amounting to 3500 gallons daily, 2500 of which came from the Illawarra district. The Company was payiDg 7|d per gallon for the milk, and though profits were small, they depended on an extensive business to compensate them. 180 hands were engaged in the milk trade, with weekly wages amounting to £296 19s 9d, horse feed last half-year £1281, carriage by train £172317s 3d,milk purchased during same period 451,S85 gallons, at a cost of £13,241 15s, sour milk paid for 6932 gallons. The butter purchased amounted to 129,3771bs., amounting to £8493 16s 5d. The trade is an important one to the Southern districts, and the Fresh Food and Ice Company have establis...

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

_Wanted_ WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply ] to Mrs. LAMAN, Victoria-street. w w w ANTED, a MAN to take charge of a stallion. _ALFRED JAY, Woodford Island. WANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE ; wife as cook for men, husband as rough carpenter on a station. Apply to HENRY MAURICE. ANTED, a PLOUGHMAN. Must be a good hand ; work until Christmas. _D. M'PHEE, Southgate. ANTED, a good COOK. Apply immediately J. WALKER, Steam Ferry Hotel, South Grafton. ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply on Tuesday morning next. _DB. H. HOLMES ORB. WANTED. QUARRYMEN and STONE | BREAKERS. Apply J. LEONARD, Road Camp, Southgate. STOCKMAN WANTED for an out station at | Broadmeadows. No objection to a couple, without encumbrance. Apply to the undersigned. _N. M'LEAN. WANTED, a thoroughly competent MAN for j Dealing Van. Application by letter Cwith j copy of references enclosed) only entertained. _S. BATHGATE, Lawrence. _Amusements _ BAFTON ROWING CLUB. I G REGATTA. TO-DAY (Saturday) first race starts at 2.30 p.m., with ...

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THE AGRICULTURIST & CRAZIER. CLARENCE P. AND A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

THE AGRICULTURIST & CRAZIER. CLARENCE P. AND A. SOCIETY. A SPECIAL MEETING of the General Committee was held on Wednesday. Present-Mr. S. See, president ; Messrs. G. Bailey, Rush, Goodger, G. Crispin, J. P. Small, Munro, C. Page, Kritsch, Alderson, Doberer, Harding, Lipman, Waters, Ford, M'Dermid, W. Lee, Varley, M'Kittrick, A. Eggins, J. E. Chapman, J. M'Pherson, Chisholm, S. Hill, E. Cameron. Apologies were received from Messrs. Maurice, Rothschild, Bawden and G. Martin. The TBEARDREB'S report submitted showed : Balance due Bank, 1st July, £812 8s lOd. Paid since last meeting : Accounts passed at meeting, £5 14s 9d ; Secretary's salary and commission, £20 ls ; total, £838 4s 7d. Received since 1st July : Rent of farm and enclosure, £13 ; members' sub- scriptions, £9 ls ; balance dne Bank, 1st September, £81G 3s 7d. Accounts to pay : A. Eggins, com- mission, £3 ; L. C. Advocate, £2 2s 6d. CORRESPONDENCE.-A letter was read from the Gosford Society requesting co-operation to ...

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PARLIAMENT. By Telegram. TUESDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

PARLIAMENT. By Telegram. TUESDAY'S SITTIXCÍ. MB. DOWEL asked the Minister of Justice Has he arrived at any decision concerning the two witnesses who were sent to gaol by Judge Windeyer for being drunk in Court at Tamworth ? Mr. GOULD answered that the matter had been finally dealt with. In this case the Cabinet felt that the matter involved very careful and anxious consideration, in order that there might be no action taken on the part of the Government which would have the effect in any way of interfering with the proper administration of justice in this Colony, or which would have the effect of in any way lessening the power of the Judiciary in dealing with offences which might be committed before the face of the Court. The Government have come to the conclusion that this is not a case in which they would be justified in advising any remission whatever of the sentence passed on these prisoners by Mr. Justice Windeyer for the contempt of Court alleged. It may be in the recollection...

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Bankruptcy Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Bankruptcy Court. IN the estate of Joseph Summers, of South Graf- ton, a first meeting was held on Wednesday, before Mr. A. L. M'Dougall, District Registrar. Bankrupt accounted for his bankruptcy through losses sustained in his crops of maize and potatoes on a farm rented from Mr. W. A. B. Greaves at Clarenza, caused by the drought of 1886 and the floods of the following season. Be was unable to pay the rent, and was obliged to give up farming, and tried to obtain employment as labourer in Grafton, but failed to obtain more than four months constant employment ont of 13. He resided in South Grafton with his wife and seven children. He was sued in the District Court by S. Fisher for £16 15s, which he could not pay. He never selected any land whatever. Cross-examined by Mr. S. Fisher, a proved creditor. Had only one horse when he came to Grafton, after giving np the farm he held from Greaves. Thia was a black one, which he sold to James Waugh, of South Grafton, for £17, about seven mo...

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WEDNESDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

IN the Assembly, the PREMIER in answer to Mr. GAEBETT, stated that it wa9 the intention of the Government to take immediate step3 to acquire sites for an Agricultural College and Model Farms, and set same in working order at once. Mr. M'MILLAN, in answer to Mr. J. P. ABBOTT'S question in reference to the Equitable American Life Assurance Society obtaining a nonsuit on grounds of non-registration in this colony, said there had been special legislation in the other colonies to meet such case, but he made no promise to take action here. He had no knowledge of whether American societies had assseta in the colony. Mr. O'CONNOR, in reply to Mr. M'FABLANE, said the officer who reported against the establish- ment of a Telephone Office at Southgate, was Mr. Inspector Tucker. The PREMIER, in answer to Mr. MARTIN, said i that the Home Government had refused a war i vessel to replace the Vernon. ? Mr. GOULD, in reply to Mr. COLLS, said it was I reported that private bars ox hotels are let to j...

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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Warden's Court. ON Wednesday, before Mr. A. L. M'Dougall, P.M., District Warden. Suspension of work for six months was granted to Woodland, Haywood and.party for mining tene- ment No. 64, known as the Mountain Maid, 6 miles from Dalmorton, on the ground to allow time to form a company and erect machinery. The party had worked the ground 9 months, expending there- on in labour and money £500. Suspension of work for a similar term was granted to W. H. Sellen and party for gold mining lease No. 127, known as the Scottish Chief line ot reef, 5 miles north of Dalmorton, on the ground that time was required to complete arrangements for the erection of machinery. The party had worked on the lease for five years without any return, and had expended between £2000 and £3000. Machinery already erected had proved too light, and was now working at Buccarumbi. Better machinery was required. 1 .. 1

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THURSDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

IHIIBSDAT'8 8ITIM88. IN the Legislative Council a contest took place over the 43rd clause of the Land Bill. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL pointed out that if the retention of the amendments made in favour of pastoral lessees were insisted on, the Bill would be imperilled. After some discussion, the consideration of the clause was further postponed till Tuesday. Several other clauses were amended. The Divorce Extension Bill was then considered. Mr. KNOX moved that the Bill be read that day six months, which was lost. The debate stands adjourned. The Payment of Members Bill was restored, and stands an order of the day for Tuesday. In the Assembly, the PREMIER made a state- ment respecting the exact legal position of the colony in relation to the river Murray, the waters of which belonged to the colony, and the Govern- ment intended to assert their rights of full control. . The remainder of the evening was spent in dis- cussing the extension for one year of the Califor- nian mail contraot, thos...

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Coldstream Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Coldstream Bridge. A COMMITTEE meeting took place at Noonan's Cowper hotel on Saturday. Present-Mr. James Carlton (in the chair), Messrs. W. Wingfield, M. Trotter, P. Kilkelly, R. Young, J. B. Carlton, Chas. Pullen, Wm. Connor, D. Connor, W. T. Pullen, P. Neal, D. Sherry, A. M'Millan, D. Tulloch and W. Lotherington, hon. sec. The Committee handed in their lists with signa- tures, when it was found that nearly 1200 signa- tures had been obtained. It was proposed by Mr. J. B. CABLTON, and seconded by Mr. WINGFIELD. " That the Secretary forward by Wednesday's mail the petition to the Member fox presentation to the Minister for Works." Proposed by Mr. P. KJXKELLY, seconded by Mr. W. T. PULLEN, "That the Secretary write by the same mail to Mr. John See, asking him to give his assistance and support to the movement, and to the presentation of the petition." Proposed by Mr. TULLOCH, seconded by Mr. TBOTTEB, " That the Secretary write to those per- sons having lists for signature to send th...

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

Coldstream. FISH.-The number of fish in the stream is phe- nomenal, especially EO soon after the flood. They are so numerous that a stone cast in destroys many and one gentleman in a few hours took something like 100 with a net. A PETITION has been presented to us by some gentlemen, who are making effortB to get a Gov- ernment punt over the Clarence at Brushgrove, in lieu of the present private one. PLANTING.-Most of the farmers here start planting this week. STOEMS.-Jupiter Pluvius, who has recently quite ruled the gods, visited us in a most emphatio form on Sunday, with a terrific downpour. Phcebns however, once more smiles benignly upon UB.

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The North Coast Railway. NO. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

The North Coast Railway. I NO. rv. IN previous communications attention was drawn to lie advantages which the surveyed line offers in the form of facilities which it would afford for obtaining sea-side recreation to the people of the Clarence in the future, as well as to the great natural resources of the country along its course, and which it would be the means of soon develop- ing. Attention is now invited to some points which have apparently been overlooked by the party now supporting the movement in favour of a deviation. In considering the subject of the construction of all railways in this country, it should be borne in mind that they are all national undertakings for the general benefit of the State, and not solely for that of tibe particular localities through which they may happen to pass, and that as the North Coast Railway will be a grand trunk line, into which numerous branches from the interior will ultimately converge, the question of the immediate benefit which it wou...

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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Grafton Police Court. ON Tuesday, before the P.M., and Mr. E. P. Sam- son, J.P. P. Schmier, charged with stealing a horse, the property of Dr. Forbes, of Grafton, appeared before the court and was remanded for à week for the production of evidence. Constable Austin's evi- dence was to the effect accused had been received from the Sydney Bench, wbo had remanded bim to Grafton. William Gauâry was arrested at Carnham, near Gordon Brook, and charged with disobeying a summons issued by the Picton Bench against him to support and illegitimate child. After taking the evidence of Constable Hadley, who arrested accused, he was remanded to Picton Bench to be dealt with, bail allowed for his appearance ; himself in £10, and two Bureties of £20 each. Hawkers licenses were granted to James Gill, Alumny Creek ; and Samuel Martin, South Graf- ton.

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Grafton School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Grafton School of Arts. THE regalar monthly meeting of the Committee was held on Monday. Present-Messrs. Bawden (President), Page, Hill, Doberer, Laman, Statham, Irving, Thorne, North, Welch, Clarke, Chapman, Bev. I. Mackay. . Receipts reported-Subscriptions £4 17s 6d, rents los, sundries 9s 9d, Government grant £21 4s lOd. Debit balance £7718s 4d. Accounts amount ! ing to £9 17s lld were recommended for payment. Books issued last month 666, magazines 207, members using library 180. It was reported that three periodicals were abstracted from the reading room. A resolution was passed that the missing papers be advertised for, and failing the offender returning same, he be prosecuted. A letter was read from the Department of Public Instruction, stating that a supply of new wall maps would shortly be forwarded. I Mr. E. Cameron resigned his position as one of committee, which was accepted, the vacancy to be filled at next meeting. Mr. F. Lardner was elected, to fill the vacancy on the ...

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Land Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Land Taxation. THE discussion -which took place at the recent Free trade Conference on the important question of land taxation, brings strongly into relief the fact that the party are practically united on one question. All the members of the conference agreed that a thorough reform of our present Customs tariff is necessary, although there wa3 by no means the same unanimity of opinion as to the form of direct taxation which is to take the place of revenue at present derived from the Customs. It was pointed out that, in order to make our tariff a free trade one, it would be necessary to give np about £710,000 of our annual customs revenue, leaving only the duties¡on spirits, wine, beer, tobacco, cigars, cigarettes and opium and the excise. These duties which no free-trader can object to, are estimated to produce about £1,500,000 revenne, and a balance of of about £700.000 is left to be mads up in some way or other by direct taxation. It is just here where the party splits, for one s...

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The Harbor Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

The Harbor Regulations. A DEPUTATION of steamboat proprietors and others waited upon the Colonial Treasurer, to bring before him the impracticability of carrying out certain regulations issued by the Matine Board. These regulations próvido that ferry boats and river steamers must be fitted with a bulkhead for safety in the event of collision before their passenger certificates will be renewed by the board, and also, that at certain points in the harbor-namely, in portions of Darling Harbor and in the waters of Sydney Cove-the speed must be reduced to six knots per hour. Mr. M'MILLAN, in reply, said an Act of Parlia- ment had constituted a board of experts to make regulations to reduce the risk of life upon the water to a minimum. After the fullest and most com- plete inquiry, and after several deputations had waited upon him on the subject, he had put before the Marine Board the objections to these regulation?, and notwithstanding all these the Marine Board Btill insisted upon the n...

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A Telling Point. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

A Telling Point. PEBHAPS one of the best points which Mr. G-. H. Reid made during his brilliant speech last week was his allusion to the abolition of Bia very in America. " They struck the shackles off 25 millions of slaves," he said, " and just in the same way we want to strike off the shackles which now bind the whole of the American people." The audience caught the meaning of the allusion at once, and if Mr. Reid had been delivering an anti-slavery lec- ture, and appealing to the common love of human- ity which binds all the races of the earth together, he could not have evoked a more enthusiastic burst of applause. " The most tax-ridden people on the face of the earth," Mr. Reid continued, and then he went on to show, by means of statistics, how the " vampires " of New York and the other large cities had been gradually absorbing the wealth of the country, whilst the farmers, the real producers of wealth, had steadily grown poorer, and whilst in 1860 they possessed one-half of th...

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Ulmarra. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

I Ulmarra. 1 .?" . : . -FBIDAT. Municipal--À mattet wu brought jip in Council yesterday which attracted some attention, namely the question of draining the low-lying lands at Swan Creek. Unquestionably a great deal of laud would.be reclaimed by such a course, and the money spent on such work would bring back a splendid - return to the owners of the land ; therefore, I think the owners ought to do the work themselves, receiving from the Council such assistance as necessary. I believe the parties ask- ing for this drain have promised to assist hand- somely towards it if granted, and it is to be hoped that the work will gee, as it is a good move. Much work, I understand from the words of the Mayor, lies over at present, and should be energetically tackled, and got rid of. The worthy chairman of the WorkB Committee certainly sets his colleagues an example as far as working is concerned, and should receive all the support possible from them. AmoDg other matters that have been passed in C...

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Sporting. Aquatic Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Sporting. Aquatic Notes. |BT A BOULEVARD LOTOGEE.] Tata afternoon the G.B.C. regatta tokes place. A greater amount ot interest than usual hos been aroused in those who «Sect club aquatics, owing to the exceptionally good «»tries received, and to the strong probability that every «vest will be well contested. For the maiden single sculls, -Casey and Evans hare been doing plenty o! work during the last fortnight and both are in good buckle." Bondfield and Childs hare done less work than the others, but the latter tows a good strong stroke. Coombe is not likely to Btart Tor the senior single sculls J. T. Bush has ¿teen chosen as the G.B.C. representative, whilst the three S.B.C. members (Oakes, Capp and M'Anley) divide the honour of represent- ing their club between them. Of these the first named is most fancied on both sides of the river. Of the seven entries (Bush, Paterson, Burt, Noonan, Oakes, Capp, and M'Anley) all are almost certain to start, and one of the best contested races e...

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Harwood Island. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Harwood Island. L, THURSDAY. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS.-The work of formation to . certain parts of the new road to Chatsworth are - being proceeded with. TMB road is in a very bad state and will require a considerable amount of labour to insure a good road. Judging from the > traffic that this road will command, it should certainly warrant the expenditure of being metalled ? and raised to a first-class road. PBOGRESS ASSOCIATION.-Some time ago the idea of forming a Progress Association was talked . of, but so far nothing definite has been done, although local grievances are numerous, and people . wonder why they aro not attended to. But the major part of the blame reata with the residents who arc too easy about matters that require earnest . agitation. The first step necessary to cope with this difficulty should be to form a Progress Associa- - tion. This would be the proper medium through which important wants should pass to our Parlia- mentary representative. It would render to him &g...

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The Ringwood Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

The Ringwood Mystery. Is connection with the arrest ot Landells on a charge ot murdering the civil engineer, Sherlock, some additional particulars have come to light The deceased lived with the accused for some time, and when the remains were first found. LandeUs came forward and identified them. He stated that Sherlock had been a man of poor circumstances and niggardly disposition, and that when he had left his house on July 22 he owed him a considerable sum of money. The detectives, in their inquiries into the case, discovered that there was no foundation for such statements. The deceased waa a comparatively wealthy man. and instead of owing money to Landells, the latter owed money to him. LandeUs had disposed of certain of the deceased's property within two days ofter he disappeared, though unless he had known of his death he had no reason to suspect that he would not turn up again to claim his own. This and other circumstantial evidence created o suspicion against Landells, and ...

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