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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATOTIDAT MORNING, 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1889 PUBLIC UTTERANCES ON RELlGIOUS AND MORAL QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

r-^"^- ---; ima - r Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATOTIDAT MOENES-G, 7TH SEPTEMBER* 1889 PUBLIC UTTERANCES ON RELl GIO VS AND MORAL QUESTIONS. MB. HENEY VARLEY, the evangelist of well-known celebrity, ia running a course of lectures in Sydney upon those usual evangelistic lines which appear to be received with so much favour from time to time by certain sections of the community. We cannot say that wo entirely concur with that particular system of teaching religion or morality. Doubtless many .of the utterances of the platform speaker .upon certain phases of pnblic morals should be of value to the community. But it is a question if Borne of the methods accompanying those utter- ances do not detract from the weight they would otherwise carry. There is, for instance, an insuf- ficiency of humility, and too much posing for 'effect. The platform speaker, in dealing with religious questions, not unf requently becomes so car- ried away on the wings of an excited po...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE CHAPTER I.—FOREBODINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

r - [ALL RIGHTS BESBEVED.] - Ä VEXED INHERITANCE BY ANNIE S. SWAN, Author of "Twice Tried," "Acroäs her Patti," "Sundered Heurta," "Aldersyde," "The Gates of Eden," "Briar ., and Palm," "Freedom'sSword," fcc., &c. CHAPTER I.-FOREBODINGS. ' ,; HUBERT, dear, just look ! Only St. Valentine's " j)ay. and see what beauties ! I am quite sure they * "couldn't be found anywhere but in West Court , woods." It was a sweet young voice, and a sweet young presence, too, which interrupted Hubert Westray's meditations that afternoon in the library at WeEt Court. He started, almost as if he had been caught unawares in some untoward action, and looked up with a slight smile to greet his wife. She made a fair picture, as she stood by the table emptying her basket bf its precious hoard of early primroses nnd sweet violets, and a deep, yearning tenderness filled the man's eyes as he looked. She was a young thiog, only two-and-twenty, with a' slim, girlish figure, not without its own dignity and...

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CHAPTER II.—THE LOST HEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

CHAPTER IL-THE LOST HEIR. I " Do yoa think we could leave now, Adelaide ?" So said Hubert Westray, drawing to his wife's i side, about an hour after dinner. j j " Ic i's very early, Hubert. But if you are not well, if you would like to go, I will ask Mrs. Wil- mot to excuse us." "Do. I feel wretchedly out of 6orts," he answered, hurriedly. "It is insufferable to listen to these people talking. I didn't want to come at all. I ought to have stayed at home." Lady Westray hurriedly rose, and hastened to make their excuses to their hostess, and to ask that their carriage might be ordered at once. She was glad to get away out of the room, glad to escape, especially from Mrs. Kobert Westray's keen, cold eyes, which seemed to have a strange, mocking gleam in their depths. A pre-vision of coming trouble had laid its chill hand on the heart of Adelaide Westray, and when she was alone in the carriage with her husband she sank back in her corner trembling in every limb. " Forgive me, my darling...

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

Sporting. STEELING AND PBIAM. - We announced laat week the arrival in the district of the well known .horse Sterling. Kow another equally popular horse (Priam) has been brought here, by Ur. G. Page. Both horses are good performers on the track, and many will remember Sterling defeating the great horse Goldsborough in the Hawkesbury Guineas ; but the latter got home in front of bim in the Hawkesbury Grand Handicap. Again these uwo met in the Metropolitan Stakes, in which Sterling won, the big horse finishing second. Mr. Ivory's horse has a strong list of performances ; and Mr. Sweeney should find him a profitable investment. Priam's running was consistent throughout, and he was as " true as steel." We understand that Mr. Page has purchased Priam, who is advertised to stand the season. Edella, the famous dam of Malua, died a few days ago near Geelong. The American sprinters M'Comb, Skinner and Fredericks, who lately visited the colonies; have arrived home, and in an interview the firs...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Lower Clarence. I . MACLEAN, THTJBSDAY. Tlie Municipal Boundary.-Svith reference to the above, a communication has been received from our Member, by the Mayor, the importance of which calls for immediate and decided action on the part of the Council, as well as the residents of ,the district. Mr. M-Parlane, in conjunction with Mr. Lewis, who paid ns a visit some week or two ago, has interested himself in the matter to such an extent that, what seemed at first sight to be a mis- fortune, bids fair to prove an unmitigated blessing. He says, in effect, that his original idea of making the municipal boundary more expansive would be best for the district generally, and, moreover, that if the Council wish, they can not only have the part which was excluded brought in, but a much larger area also. The matter reata with the Council solely, and most be decided by them. He also states that the Government will pay endowment from date of incorporation. A map, showing the proposed extension acco...

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

Lawrence. THURSDAY. Spectemur AgendO.-This familiar Latin quotation, when it is literally translated into the English language is as significant a term as it is striking', " Let us be tried by our actions." How many are there of us who are ? Unfortunately, in these modern days, what I have and not what I do, is the kingdom. But this should not be so, we are living in a progressive age, and not in an age of retrogression. It is the minds, the manners and the intellect of the people which tend to either advance- ment or demoralization ; worldly possessions are of no avail in any country whose people are not of good manners, high-minded and intelligent. Money, no doubt, carries with it its weight of influence ; but to put it to a profitable use it must go hand in hand with wisdom and morality. In Lawrence district we have all the necessary elements among the people to ensure either good or' bad results, and the question resolves itself simply into this-which shall eventuate 1 For want ...

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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

Political and Social Letter. ! LFrom our Special Correspondent.] -?-:-. IN the Centennial Magazine for this month Mr. B. E. WISE has an article entitled "Plain Speaking on Great Questions." The article is a sort o£ .a supplement to the one recently published in MacMillan's Magazine, which has caused so much talk in the city. It deals almost exclusively with the conduct of the Irish Catholics in Australia in relation to politics, and exhibits them in an unflat- tering light generally. Quite incidentally the fact crops out in the article that the raising of the sectarian cry at the last general election was a pre- meditated scheme, for the following statement occurs therein : " When the Protectionist move- ment spread from the small circle of Sydney arti- sans into the country in 18SC, it was my fortune to be in constant communication with those who were interested in the preservation of our industrial freedom, in many parts of the colony. As each Protectionist Association was formed ...

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

Fact and Rumour. ~ Searle is in great form.   Chicory is being planted at Kempsey. London Thames-side strikers number 100,000. Money order office has been opened at Tamba. , France has declined to annex the New Hebrides. Hanlan favours Searle for the championship race. The situation in Bulgaria and Servi» is regarded as critical. Frost in several portions of the district on Tuesday morning. The strike cost the P. and O. Company £15,000 in a fortnight. Concessions already granted London strikers equal to £200.000 a year. Babbits are increasing at a fearful rate in the neighbour- hood of Balranald. The prisoner Bishop, who escaped from East Maitland gaol, is still at liberty. Mr. T. W. Keele appointed assistant engineer in Harbour and Rivers Department A Sydney syndicate ia negotiating for an engagement of the Victorian orchestra. The Queensland Minister for Lands, said the Government intended to put a stop to the unnecessary destruction and waste of public timbers. Yeste...

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

Paney Pair.-At a meeting yesterday after- noon of about 20 members of the Church of England, arrangements were made for holding a fancy fair on the 7th and 8th November in Chapman's Rink. It was decided to have a Japanese Court and three other stalls for sale of work ; refreshment and flower stalls ; and a Christmas Tree, on the main floor of the Rink. Other attractions will be provided, such as pro- menade concert and dramatic entertainment. The proceeds of the Social £14 8s 9d are to be devoted to purchase of material from which to make articles for sale. Mr. Stack was appointed Trea- surer. A number of ladies are working diligently in aid of the bazaar. The Dredge.-Instructions have been given for the dredge to leave Lawrence and clear the obstructions existing between the new channel and the wharf at Iluka, which has silted up of late. Work wUl be commenced at this spot in a few days. Receiving Office at Apple Tree Flat. We understand that application is to he made for a receivi...

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PECULIAR TRAITS OF CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 7 September 1889

PECULIAR TRAITS OF CHARACTER MALTA is a queer little island, and its people are as queer people. The island is bat seventeen miles long by nine wide, yet there are towns only a few miles from Valetta, the capital, where inhabitants have not only never visited the metropolis in their lives ; but have never even heard of it, and when not long since the suffrage was presented to the free and independent electors, it proved to be impossible to impress upon the dwellers in those towns the nature of their new possession. Some of them thought a vote was something good to eat. When it was discovered that it was not for to eat, they treated the privilege with lofty disdain. What a blissful state it must have been, perfect ignorance of the political compliance attendant on the power of voting. Had the Maltese have only known that votes in some countries may be made good to eat, by sale, their penchant for trade and barter would have probably induced them to migrate to that land of peaceful po...

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

Maclean Police Court. ON September 2nd, before Mr. D. See, J.P. Cornelius Connor, for drunkenness, was cautioned   and discharged. On the 4th, another first offender for drunken-   ness was similarly dealt with. On the 5th, before the P.M., William Cooper, on same charge, was cautioned and discharged. A case of larceny of suit of clothes was gone   into, but the accused was dismissed, having no   felonious intent of becoming possessed of the olothes. He was slightly intoxicated at the time. Alex. J. Munro v. Eliza Stanfield, disobeying orders as an apprentice. The indentures were   cancelled by request of master, with consent of   apprentice. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before the P.M., A. W. Davison v. John Appie, board and lodging/ and agiBtment £5 10s Gd. Verdict for plaintiff and' 5s costs. Garnishee Application.-P. O'Connor v. G. Murray; and Nabo and W. Murray and Co. (garnishee),., wood sold £7 3s. Postponed ...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

The Látesi Cablegrams. I London, Sunday. CAÎTADA claims £200,000 damages for the recent seizure of fishing Teasels'in Behring StraitB. The Black Diamond, which vessel was seized, and an ofEcer placed on board, escaped and sailed into Victoria Harbour. The British Government has annexed Humphrey and Beirson Islands, in the Pacific. Lord Hartington says, if the Home Bule Party will have a majority at next general election,' the Unionists will compel the country to reconsider its verdict. Turkey will regard an attack by Germans on Bulgarian territory as a caeus belli. The Trades Congress has approved of the Eight Hour Bill for mines, and has adopted the principle of Land Nationalisation. It is alleged that John James Pearce, a plasterer and native of Brixham, De vonshire, whose address is unknown, is entitled tb £1,400,000 by the death of a clergyman in Sydney. Captain Wisemann ia organising a force to attack the insurgent chief who made an onslaught on the Germans in East Africa. John...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Lismore, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Lismore, Monday.1 THE Blakebrook hotel, a two-storey wooden building distant about 5 miles from Lismore, was totally burnt some time , during last night. The building is insured. Sydney, Monday. THE Alameda, the Californian mail steamer, arrived at Auckland on Sunday. "'' ' " At a gathering o£ 10,000 persons in the Domain on Saturday, £1000 was subscribed for the dock labourers. Mr. N. Melville's lecture in the Theatre realised £101,; and Dr. Jeffries church contributed £60 toward the fund. Melbourne subscriptions have reached £6867. Lord1 Carrington subscribed £25 to the dock strikers fund. The Broken Hill miners cabled £500. Mr. Maher and his wife, on returning from a ball at 4 a.m. on Saturday, picked up a revolver wrapped in a handkerchief near Brunswick, Victoria. On reaching home and examining the same the cartridge exploded, the bullet lodging in Mrs. Maher's abdomen, killing her instantly. Deceased was only 23 years of age. An elderly couple committed suicide at Timaru, New ...

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Tynedale. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Tynedale. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. TUA MEETING AND CONCEBT.-On Thursday even- ing, a tea meeting followeé by a concert, waa' held in the Protestant Hall, the proceeds of which went to reduce a debt in connection with the Wesleyan Church, of Maclean. The tea was satisfactorily provided by Mesdames J. and H. Watson. There was a large attendance, the s.a. Ibia bringing a full complement from Maclean. : After all had done justice in supplying the wants of the inner man, the Hall waa prepared for the concert which opened at 8 o'clock, by which time the attendance had greatly increased. Rev. H. - Allen occupied the ohair, and the opening overture on the Violin and Piano, by Messrs. R. and C. Amos, Bros., was followed by the song, " Two Rose Leaves, by Miss E. Watson. The duet "Lily and Rose," was well rendered, by the Missea Bridger. Next song was, " I seek thee in every flower," by Mr. Field, then the song "At the ferry," by Miss Hume. The duet " The minute gun at sea," by Miss E. Watson a...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

MEXEOIIOEOGICAE. Rainfall up to Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. Maximum: Minimum. Sept. 3. 83- S3 4. 82- 5Ü 5. 79' 55- . G. 78- 53 7. SO- 52* 8. SO- 5S 9. SI- 55 Mean average. 81- 54 6 - KOTE.-A» the register is taken at 9 a.m. every day, the above applies to the previous 24 hours.

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Brushgrove. MONDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Brushgrove. J . MONDAY MOBNIKO. ON Thursday evening' last when it became known ] that John Warrell had passed over to the great majority, quite a gloom waa cast over Dur little village. Very much sympathy is felt on all sides for his parents and relatives. He was a young man that was universally respected, through his even temper and jovial habits.' WHABF SHED.-I notice that a man has been put on to paint the public wharf shed. This is a cour BB that would be very, beneficial if regularly adopted at least every other year. ABCH1TECTÜBE.*-Mr. Wunderlich, the contractor for Mr. T. C. Davis' new store, has commenced work, and in a very short time another useful addition will be made to Brushgrove. CRICKET.-Rumour saya our men are to meet a team from Swan Creek on Saturday next. How the local men will shape on the prepared wicket will be hard to say. ... BYBOHBAY AND THE RAILWAY.-The following telegram appears in the Northern Star :-It is expected that the expenditure at Byron Bay will ...

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A Glimpse of the Cloven Foot. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

A Glimpse of tbe CloYen Foot. No. III. MB. BUCKJTELL says .that' " the. selectors are providing us with a population which will (much of it) be a disgrace to civilization. They cannot help this ; their isolation pre- vents the education of their children." It is difficult to imagine how and with what object any man of education and intelligence could pen a statement so glaringly at vari- ance with facts, so cruelly libellous on the rising generation, and conveying such a wholesale reflection upon the utilities of our Public school Bystem, unless we suppose that the strength of the writer's prejudices against" the selecting class had obscured his mental vision, and rendered him quite obvi- ous to the marked improvement in the country youth of both sexes now, over the specimens formerly to be met with in the outlying borders of civilization less than a quarter of a century ago. It was from this latter class, the half savage children employed ou the big runs of the interior, brought up...

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Ulmarra. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Ulmarra. MONDAY EVENING. I Improvements.-If building and enterprise go for anything, Ulmarra must certainly be in ago .head condition at present." Building1 is going on in all directions, and more than one new business establishment is being: started.. Opposition in the butchering line is about to commence. The plans of a new hotel are in course of preparation, the building fa to be completed by, the new year. '[ In order to get over the Local Option'difficulty the new hotel will have to be outside the'Act) and this the designer, has-been instructed' to see to in pre- paring . his ? plans. Simultaneously with these increases in the number of pur. business places, I hear that two of ' the storekeepers are about to make extensive alterations in enlarging and improv- ing their properties, and the Exchange Hotel is also to add to its conveniences by a ground; floor, shop with sample room overhead. The School of Arts, which, is now completed; all but thé fittings and' painting, though no...

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14,400 Cigarettes an Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

14,400 Cigarettes an Hour. "HAVING OD frequent occasions heard of remark- able performances iu cigarette-making, our reporter recently waited upon Messrs. Dixeon and Sons, tobacco manufacturers of this city, and saw for himself what was certainly a marvellous piece of mechanism. Those who take an interest in inven- tions cannot do better than see this wonderful American machine, which, the proprietors inform us, they are always pleased to exhibit. The cigar- ette machine, the rights of which here are secured by Messrs. Dixsbn and Sons, is the famons " Bon sack" patent, considered to outrival all others, in proof of which it is adopted by the largest cigarette makers throughout the world. This is not surpris- ing when one considers that from 10,000 to 12,000 perfect cigarettes can be turned ont per hour including all stoppages. It is driven by steam power, and occupies a space of about 10 feet square. The attendants consist of a superintend- ing engineer and two boys (the latter to f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Abstract of Sales toy Auction. FRIDAY. liv i: vuuKB.hu, at aïs Booms, Household FumitBre and Effects, Spring-cart, Harness, Chemicals, &c. SATURDAY. Jij T. BAWDEN, at his Kooma, Usual Weekly Sale. IMPOSING FUNERAL CEREMONY.-The remates of the late Hon. Francis Ormond left Melbourne at noon on Saturday for interment in the family vault at Geelong1. The ceremonies commencd at the Scots' Church, where the body was lying. The funeral service, which was of a most impressive character, was conducted by Eev. J. F. Ewing, assisted by the Eev. Professor M'Donald, Rev. Dr. Bevan, and Rev. John "Watsford. On the platform were the Bishop of Melbourne, the Moderator of the Presbyterian General Assembly, and the moder- ators or presbyteries. The church was crowded to excess. The cortege, which was fully half a mile long,;comprissd 30 members of the Caledonian Society, 104 Trades Hall representatives, 90 students of the Melbourne University, Ormond College, and the Working Men's College; t...

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