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FRUIT CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

FRUIT CULTURE. Oranges should always be picked on a dry day, and never in the morning until the fruit is dry. Handling it while the skin is moist is almost sure to bruise the tiny cells in which the volatile oil is stored, and when this escapes decay follows rapidly. Thm well tho fruit on the the trees. Do not seok the reputation that your trees boro 3001b. to 5001b. of fruit, but rather the glory and profit that their average was 1001b. to 1501b.,. every one of which com mq^ded ready sale.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TREATMENT OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

' TREATMENT OF PIGS. We should have pig farms, the same as dairy, horse, and snoep farms, with the fields and buildings adapted to them. Pigs should be fed in the fields, with a rotation in their feeding grounds, the same as in crops. In this way, in a few years the uuio luiui mu uo guuo uvoi) ttitu ovui) ? field enriched. The farmers who keep a few pigs shut up in a pen or confined in a small yard, or the cne who confines his pigs year after year in the same field, do pot live up to their privileges in pigbreed ing ; they rarely manifest the skill, .or evon the-business shrewedness of tho breeders of other stock. Any class of animals produ cing a great amount of food for the huinam family should receive fair constf oration. There is room here for solid missionary work, both in improving the condition of the nies and of the doodIo.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STUDY CONDITION OF YOUR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

STUDY CONDITION OF YOUR COWS. Dairymen should remember, says nn ox clinngo, thnt a well- foil cow is n different animnl in many respects from n thin cow. And this difference is novor more apparent or important than at t.ho timo of calving. A cow in a poor condition needs rost for two or three mnn'hs, and there is little ilnticvnr nf in Amnmntirm nf thn mMor i.nlooa plie is highly. foil. But a cow that has been kept in a high condition is no doubt safer if milked nil the timo till she calves. If tlio milking is stopped whiloslie is giving a good flow, it makes a change in the pvstem, which added to tho increasing inflammation resulting from hor condition, is., apt to make trouble and end in milk fever. It has boen truly said that you might as veil drink tho water from a filthy barnyard as allow a cow to drink of it, and then uso lier milk, Whatever impuritios may bo in the water aro taken up by the systom of the cow, and are given off in her milk, aud pass into the systom .of the hum...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Biver Steamers TimeTable The following time-tablo is published for general information ; — Sarah L. Hixon, leaves Lismore for Ballina at 8. 30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Iridnv : and Ballina for Lismoro everv Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. I Tlorrie leaves Ballina for Lismore every Mon day, -Wednesday, and Friday at 8.30 a.m ; nnd Lismore for Ballina every Tuesday , Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. 'Tho Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismoro every morning (Friday excepted) returning _to_ Woodburn in tho nfternoon. 'The Triton 'raves Coraki for Casino every. , Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 o.m ; ? and Casino fur Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. I The Irvington leaves Casino for Coraki every Monday, Wednesday, nnd Friday ; aud ?Corakifor Casino every Tuesday, Thursduy, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. _ I

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Bussness Announcement Dr. Waugli's BAKING POWDER.' WAUQITS BAKING POWDER, ami , WAUGII'S QNLY, Obtained n First-class Award or First Dogroo of Merit ot tho INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, And no othor Baking Powder but Wongh's - received th,o Great Exhibition Prize Medal. The verdict of tho Chomicnl Judges ] agreoing ns it doos with the practical tort of thousands of honso wives who never use any othor make, thus conclusively provos that - Waugh'a Baking Powder IS THE BEST. Do not therefore contiuuo to uso an iuforior artiole when WAUQH'S BAKING POWDER Mfiy be olitniuod by nnkiug for it. From Messrs. Elliott Bros., Wholcsslo Druggists, &o., Sydney. We hnve had a. very largo Balo of Waugh's Baking Powder for somo years, ond wo have always found it to givo tlio greatest satisfac tion to thoso whom we huvo sold it. From Mc8sra. Payno and Sanford, Store keepers, Braidwood. We havo much plonsuro in testifying to the very superior qnality of your Dr. Waiiarh'a | Baking Powder. It gives ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Society in the North of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Sooiety in the North of Queensland. I Periiaps if Australia was searched throughout it would bo impossible to find a town in which social discord provails to such a dogroo as in Cairns. This is no moro assertion mado without foundation. It is a lamentable fact. Lot anyono rrfloct soriously on tlio atato of our 'social lifo, and ho will find that it is an ompty and hollow mookory. So presumptuous aro people in thoso days that thoro aro to bo found many — and a good proportion of thein live in Cnirns — who are daring enough to wear without a blush nn nssumod ro spoetabiiity and dignity to which in tho natural order of things thoy are not entitled, and undor which thoy appoar to bo posi tively uncomfortable. Pooplo such as thoso placo thomsolves in a falso position. They attempt to tako up a social standing for which they havo not boou trainod, nnd for which they have naturally not the necessary qualifications, Tho circum stances of thoir early training havo boon other than thoso which...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coraki Post-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Coraki PostOffice Arrival and Departure or Mails. Mails arrive from Sydnoy, South Woodburn, j , Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday nnd Thursday, at 3.35 p.m.-; and close for ? the same places every Tuesday, and Friday, nt 5 p.m. Arrive from Lismoro, Wyrnllnh, and Giwdnr imba every Tuesday and Friday, nt 5.50 p.m., and close for same places every Monday and Thursday, at 3 35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Ccdrington eve.iy Tuesdayy, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10 30 a.m. ; and close for same places every Mon day and Thursday, at 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depnrt by river boats for Ballina, Wardell, and Broadwater.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Special Advertisements. rp H A N K S. George Jefferies desires to tender his RINCEltE THANKS to thoso who so kindly tondered thoir assistanao on the oceasien of his promises being burned in May last. This acknowledgmont has been neocssarily dolnyed through his unavoidable absence from Coraki, but he trusts that tho thanks uow tendered will 'bo accepted in tho spirit i* which it is offerod. Coraki; July 8th, 1886. v gCHOOL OF ARTS, COKAKI. A CONCKItT, 'in aid of the Chumh of England Organ Fund, will bo held in the School of Arts, Cobaki, On THURSDAY NEXT, loth JULY. Doors open at 7.30 ; Overture at 8 p.m.' Adults — Front Seats, 3s ; Bask Seats, 2s. ?Children — Half-price. F. E. HAVILAND. 0OEAKI JOCKEY CLUB. A General Meetinir will be held nt Tatter sill's (Qnniu's Club Hotel), on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, 14th instant, at 7.30 o'oloek, Bubifbss: Consideration and Adoption of Rules, and Regulations. E. M. D. SPRING, Hon. Seo. ' Coraki, July 0th, 1886. J) U B L I C M EE T I N G. A MEETIN...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Beligiotis Memoranda. CiitiBcn of England. July 11— Ballina, 11 a.m, 7.80 p.m. Baptisms ? 2. flO p.m. Confirmation class 3.30 p.m. 18tli Woodburn, 11am. Coraki, 3.30p.m. Swan Buy (Mir Smith's) 7.30 p.m. — Rov F. E. ' Haviland. Roman Catholic Church. July II — Coraki, Mass at 11 a.m. — Rev. B. M. M'Cahe. Wardell. — The Very Rev. Dean Doylo. West.pyan Cnunon. July 11— Wyrallali, 3. — Rov. G. Lano, Secre tary of tho N. S. W. W esloyan Conference, aud at 7. . (exhortor B.) Free Pkksiiytkhian Cnuncn. July 1 1-- Coraki, 11 ; Deep Creek, 3;. Casino, 7— Rov J Marshall.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The Glasgow eleotions resulted in the return of four of Mr. Gladstone's support ers, two Unionists, -tind-one Conservative. bir C. Dilke has been defeated for Chelsea. Three hundred and sixty-threo Frenoh convicts have embarked for New Cale donia, i A severe encountor has taken placo between tho Turks and Montenegrins. Patrick Egan has summoned a conven tion of tho Irish National League to meet at-Chicago on tho 18th of August. Tho Spanish Somite has rojocted the Amendment Bill for the ratification of the Anglo-Spanish wine treaty. I The wool market is animated; scoured ' wools bringing four pcncc nbovo last ' sales; crossbrcds about a penny higher. LONDON, Wednesday. Russia having notified that tho town of Baton m on the Black Sea has ceased to bo a free port, it is considered as a prelude to denouncing|the Berlin treaty and a blow to England. ? A number of Catholics attacked the club of Orange workmen in Dublin, when the latter fired upon their assaila...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Drink Inquiry Commission. — Mr. Oliver, tho President of tho Intoxicating DrinkTnquiry Commission, has furnished tho -S. M. Herald with the following information : — ' Since tho last report of the proceedings of thiscommiReson furnished to the publio press on May 21 last, 12 meetings have been held, at which the following witnesses were examined -—Mr. Buchanan, P.M. ; Mr. Johnson, S.M. ; Mr. .Addison, S.M. ; Captain Fisher, D.S.M. ; Mr. T. K. Abbott, S.M. ; Mr. Yates, D.S.M. ; Mr. H. Maclean. Compt-ollor-Genernl of Prisons; Mr. J. C. Read, governor of Darlingliurst Goal ; Dr. O'Connor, visiting medical officer of Darlingliurst Goal ; Mr. Fowler, superinteut of Darlingliurst Receiving Houso for trio Insano ; the Rev. C, H. Rich, gaol chaplain ; Mr. James Powell, Collector of Customs ; Dr. F. N. Manning, Inspector-General of Insane'! and Mr Barney, Inspector of Distilleries. -Mr.'-W. Nolle, the founder of the Blue Ribbon move ment in England, will probably be examined before tho end o...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [i'nOM OUU OWN COHKESl'ONDENT.] SYDNEY, Wednesday. iho Assnninly carried a motion by 47 to 15 to grant Sir John Robertson tho sum of .£10,000; it then adjourned, i At a meeting held at tho Town Hall, resolutions wero carried that an Inter national Exhibition cclebrate the centen ary of tho colony, and a petition has been drawn up for presentation to Purlia Sir Henry Parkes presented n petition to Parliament, sighed by five thousand leading citizens, members of Parliament, magistrates, and members of tho legal profession in favour of the Divorce Act Extension Bill. The Orient Company are building throe new steamers; one six thousand tons, nnd two others six thousand live hundred each. A warrant has boen issued for tho arrest of Georgo Bemer, chief clerk in the railway department, for embezzling over £2,000. The directors of the Sydney Hospital decline to accept the resignation of Dr. ! Craig Dixon. j There are 81 entries for tho Lady | Cnrrington Plato ; to be i-un for a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

In launching our venture, The Richmond River Herald, on the tide of popular opinion and support wo do it with a con fidence begot of the knowledge that by so doing we are advancing tlie interests of a district wonderfully endowed by Nature, and which needs only a little more social and commercial tillage to render it one of the foremost in New South Wuies. Geographically, Coraki is the centre, as itundoubtedly\is the garden of the Richmond River, and it has often been suggested to us thatv the larger portion of the district lying between the sea board nnd the head of the navigation of the Richmond and Tweed rivers was in adequately represented in the matter of news, ? aud not sufficient prominence given to the. claims 'more ^particularly affecting the future welfare of this por tion of the district. And to .endeavour to remedy this defect, we, with this issue, essay to inaugurate what we hope and believe will be the commencement of a'brighter and more stirring era than tho district ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Commercial News. SYDNEY. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Commercial Newi. I SYDNEY. Tiiuhsday MAIZE, 3s lid por bushel, nnd in fair domnnd. Eggs, Is 0(1 por do* ; Fowls 3s 3d to 3s Od pair , Potatoes, £I- to £6 por ton ; Onions, iCO to £8 ; Billions, Cd to Od per hunch ; Clintf, (is to 7« por ling ; Lnoorn liny, £ 6 per ton ; O.iton hay, .CO to T7 ; pigB (aiivo), ?Id to Od por Hi.; oalvos, 1 Hs to 50s ennli ; Honey, lid to-ld per lb; spokes, £5 to . ' ;C5 ;10s per 1000 ; table pumpkins, dull nt 2s per doz — stook, !)5s to 40s per ton, nnd not in brisk domnud ; Early lloso potntoos, - 10s porewt, and scarce ; Buttor, lOd to Is Cd per lb ; sugar, £l£ to JB24 por, ton.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

jyj' E D I 0 1 A ? L. F. «. COKXOR, M. B., M. Oh., Edinburgh University, may to consulted nt MOBBS' HOTEL, CORAKI, Diiily ; and nt MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, Every TUESDAY, ' from 10 to 1 o'clock. |

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Shipping Noticer. gOUTH ABM TRADE. tfie stkamehs Emma Pyers and Triton nro now pormnncNflv cpirnirpfl in the trndo botween CASINO mid COttAKT. «r.All Onrsro bronorht by tbo UTOITMOND, 1 fl., -ip intended for sliipmont by hnr, wi'l bo convoyed FnnK of CnAtioK. Special arrangements nnn bo mado for Droghago, &o., on opplication to tlio Owner, R. 1'YEltS, Casino anil Irvington. -^TEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Until Fuhtii™ Notice. Tho Favourito Now Twin-screw Steamer TOIHKT, under tbo obarsro of Captain .Tackson, will bo drjpntnbod from Lismoro uliout every Sovou Dfiyfl. FREIGHTS and . PASSAGES at Curront Itntr.*, l83f' Piissncro Tickets nvnil.ililo l-y any of tbo Company's Steamers from any Hivcr. AGENTS. Clnroncn Rivor: EDWARD CREER, Grafton. Richmond Rivor: JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. THOMAS MORTSS, Ballina. . W. A. NOBLE, Coraki. Note. — The Cmiwinv have aim decided to run tbo p.p. PLATYPUS regnlnrly, should suf ficient inducement offer. R. COOKE, Seerotsry. C. and U. R. S. N. Co . S...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Shipping Intelligence. I Arrivals. July 2. ? Queen of the South, s., Captain H. | Wood, from Sydney. Passengers — Mrs. John son ; Messrs. Johnson, Dunne. Brown, Herbert, M'Carthy, nnd 34 in tho steerage. Cariro. 201) tons general merchandise. Cleared Sydney Headset. 10 p.m. on 27th ultimo, e/osscd the Richmond hit nt 7.30 a.m. on 2nd instant, and nrrived at Coruki lit 4.15 p.m. samo dnv. e.M.tllnvIv tvln.lu variable weather during tlio pnssuge. C. and R. R. S. N. Co.. agents. .Tnl.v 5. — Tomlfi, h., Cnptnin Jackson, from Sydney. Piixsotnrers — MesdaniesRinrdan, Ire land. Stanford, M'D'nongh, Harvey, Sexton, Partridge. T.urd : Misseo'M'Doiiougrh, Fisher, Kin(r ; Messrs. Sox ton, P»rker, Loancelle, Riordan, Clarke, Parlor, Keys, Partridge, Croolc, Harris ; Muster Carter, nud 30 iu the steerage. Cnriro, 300 tons general merchan dise. Left Sydney nt 4.30 p.m. on the 2nd inetant, crossed tho Richmond bar nt 10 n.ni. on the 4th instant, nnd nrrived nt Coraki at 1 p.m. tho followiug duy. E...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

MARRIAGE. M'DONALD — BOSS.— On tho 2nd .Tune. 1880, nt St.. .Tosenh's, Coraki, by tlio Rev. B. 51. M'Cahe. William, oldest son of Mr. J. M 'Donald, Lismoro to Mauy Ann, seeoud daughter of Mr. AY. Ross, of Siiudilauds. ' NUNQUAM DOKMIO.' THE §Uc{rmmrt- gifrer DuTitlft, AKD NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Pcnu.isnF.D at Coraki every Friday Morn-ino. Friday, July 9th, 1886.

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Great Whirlwind [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Great Whirlwind A CORRESPONDENT of the St. JAMES'S GAZETTE at Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, records the follow ing remarkable incidents of ' the great Min* nesota whirlwind' : — In this city, when the tornado arrived, Mrs. Samuel Fletcher, a young lady, was in the upper story of her house attending to some domestic duties. The roof disappeared in an instant, and a moment later Mrs. Fletcher was lifted high in the air through tho opening, and fchon dashed in a mangled heap several hundred yards away, The roof of Stanton's grist mill had been been found in 'he town of Buckman, 30 miles from here. A little further off in the same town a printer's caso, a package of deeds and mortgages, and several ponderous law-hooks wore picked up. In Brainerd the people have been finding account-books, pillows, mattresses household goods, tinware, and packages of groceries in all parts of the township. The tin roof of the bank was blown olear to Rioh Prairie, 20 miles away, and several box cars standing on...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Sporting Mems [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Sporting Mems- I Rkfermko to tho forthcoming rncos to bo hold on 1,'tth 14th, nnd 16th July, at Grafton, tho I Examinkr Bttyn Tho arriviil of horsos during | tho wook iutondod for tho forthcoming rnoes i nro — Nnppr-r Tandy, Swuothriar, Arunuol, anil Express, tho hittor intended for tho Maidun. Nuuo enmo from Sydney, and tho nun'uicupt Illn.u Ol UlIU .liliuy JIIIIIJ Illinium their ahmmi'n. . Tho Produco Stakes lilJy Aznlino,' howovor, is still ; expected, :niul . will therefore probubly arrivu bv liex'i Thursday's Hto.uiier. Tlio (illu-r hurscH whioh -havo yet to eomo aro Parr, Nutmeg, Ad'ini, Ajux JjoiiiBtor. Tho two former wore expedited yostonlay. Tho racing at Mnclonn Iiiih thrown no light ou ovonts to uome, nn Froodom was tho only horso ongaged hero which rim at that mooting. Tho work performed during tho week has boou of tho uhiiuI oliaruuter, with .LoihiLfJ extraor dinary in tho shapo of gnllops. All tho favourites may ho said to be doing well. Aga in getting rapidly into rea...

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