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A "Bogus" Clergyman near Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
A!;-MiB.ogu» ' 'Ctewmuii uear ' Dublin. ? ? ? An, affair which has, caused ^commotion and excitement among- tho clergy and roligioua comttximtif's of- tbo city, is; .roportod/; from ?'Dublin'. - '' The ' minister^ -of :a Suburban pirisli1 sonie titoe'ago'&rigagea a- -substitute to do temporary duties for-hiiti'during : his aHsenc-'ih'th'O' country fori the' benefit of KisHMlth;li'Th'o- -now minister,', who was known, .as the Roverond Dr. -Keatinge, .proved a. tfisatjauoooss. __ He was regarded as'aia''el6qS0nt apd^ Impressive preaob'er, aud became so popular that the congregation desired to-,, retain him,. .and' wore yory indignant with'tlio minister for dismissing him on his- return .to, town., . A public mooting was held to give expression to their 'fPolings, aud :the preacher's piety, eloquence, and learning were spoken . of in laudatory terms. .The roctor, howovor, was,;. obdurate, ,.and, ,, the. gifted curate, &aving written. a ratlior hasty letter in \the -cour...
The Strauss Gold-Mining Co., [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
The Mtrau^H (Sold-Miiiiiig Co,, ' Fairfield. Tiie; Tenter field Recokd sa3Ts:— It will .be recollected that a short timo back the above company decided to tost thoir . claim by, forwarding six tons of stone to Mel bourne fpi- treatmout, under the superin tendence of Mr. B. A. Moses, one of the directors.' who 'at the Same time was commissioned to buy machinery. On Saturday last Mr. J. Strauss reooived a telegram from Mr. Moses to tho offect that the 5£ tons of surfaco stono yielded 2oz. :7dwts. por ton, and half-a-ton of stone from the, 20-feot level yielded at tho rate of cioz. to the ton. The tailings, we believe, wore' Biiico treated, aud a further yiold of 3dwts. 5gr. por ton was obtained from the surfaco stone, and Tdwts. 12gr. per ton from the 40-foet level. This may be taken as ,very encouraging, tho moro so as the stone was not picked, but put into tho bags as it camo ; in fact, Mr. Moses, in a letter to Mr. Strauss, .says that' ' the surfaco stone contained pieces of wood, ...
The Racehorse Pilot, [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
The Racehorse Pilot., What a horse can do in private and what he does in public can oasily bo im agined from tho following : — Pilot was entered for tho Summer Cup, and his recent owner, Mr. W. Gannon, who is reported to havo backed him for a largo amount of money for tho samo race. No doubt ho was influenced bv tho fact that tho horse justified him in doing so in his private work. Everybody knows how indifferently ho performed. Mr. Gannon was so disgusted after the race that he offered him to no less than two 'gentlemen ?for nothing, and likowiso offered to throw in the saddle, bridle, and the horse's clothing, and pay his train faro away, but the offer was refusod'by both gentle men. As an earnest of his intentions, Mr. Gannon disposed of him at Mr. Clibborn's sale, when he was purchased by Kelso for 70 odd guineas.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
- : Special Advertisements: [An extra clmrno of jiO-spor c.ent|miido for' ad ' vertisomoutH inserted in this ,-iolumn.] E D I 0 - A L. . ' f. n. cokxor; M. B., M. Cn., EnmnuRan University, may bo consulted at . Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily.; and at '?MURRAY'S TT0T15L, SOUTH WOODBUUN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, ? ? Sir EVERY TUESDAY. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Our Accounts for tho Quartor ending 31st Decorabei; hayo, been roudprod; and;, an early sottlomont of tho same is respect-' fully solicited. . A great miitiVj 'of .our accounts are for Subscriptions fro'rn'tno date of Our starting in busirosf. nnd for payment of theso we should foel obligod.™ LOUI?, P. BENAUD. HbkAi.d Office, January 10: ?-:-},
Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
IjiHiiiurc. [FltOJI OUR COUKKSI'ONDENT.] The, hot, ? stifling boat provailing lioro for Honio titno was foilowod with a ti-omqudoua fall of rain and strong wind, on Wodiioaday ovoning last,' continuing moro or loss until Saturday : ovoning, swotting tho river brimming '.full, and s submorging all tlio low-lying, . land. I'Votn r., Wednesday till Saturday ovoning about 8. inches of rain fall, rising tho rivor to about 30 loot abovo its usual lovol. Thp : plain, lying at tho back of tho town, was ono largo shoot of still wator,' and on Saturday and Sunday a number of pooplo availed . themselves of tho opportunity, of having a sail, or row over 'Gladstone Park, instond of a promo-! undo..'. - Ohildrou and youths woro swimmittg- nnd paddling about somo -10 yards from tho: dry land, rosombltiig a numbor of frogs. Sonous dnmago is reportod to crops; stock, &o;, m innnypirts 'of the distriot. A man named Scott is reportod to bo (lrownod up ono. of the tiinbbr ? crooks, but;his body...
The Rival Schools of Art. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
Tlic Rival Schools of Art. I The mooting of tho oommittocs of those institutions arrivngod to ^o hold on Tuesday ovoning last for tho.purposo of considering tho advisability of amalgamating tho t.Wo Schools of Art, and t'no best mothod for so doing, foil through, in consoquonco of tho committoo of tlio Adams-stroot institution not boing l'rirmally advisod of tho mooting, two mombors only boing prosont, Mossrs. J.. White, J.P., and K. Nolan. Mr. W. Yabsloy, J.P., Prosidont of tho Bridgo stroot School of Arts, occuptod tho chair, and after somo discussion it was ngrood, upon tho motion of Mr. F. Clifford, seconded by Mr. M'Aughey, 'That this meeting stand adjourned, and that tho Soorotury bo requested to corrospbtid with tho Soorotary of tho Adams-stroot institu tion, asking him to appoint a day whon Iub committoo will moot tho committoo of this institution to discusa tho question of the amalgamation of tho two Schools of Art. Tho mooting thon adjournod.
Infringements of the Game Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
IufriiiKeiuenl« 61' the Uuiuc Act. TiiKREtife'sucU -a 'wholesale .'abuse ' of the above Act by cockney sportsmen, in and around Coraki thatj' iu the interests of s i jfls t s ine n--j w ho scy, i a t e r e s t s do not-.tend to wards the wholesale slaughtering of unfledged game, a'lid who would as soon tlnuk^of^abying. .paving,- stones .into an ! infant; schodljsis 'stalking' yan'fojd duck with her young brood for the' sake of a pot shot, wo direbt 'the ' attention of the authorities thereto ; and for those who through ignorance'alone have done their be?t , to destroy, the, shoptjng; .v^henjjtlie season commences^ give( extracts from the Act relatiug to the protecfion of native and imported game. With regard to the latter there are fe#j .-'if! anjr,- 'about ; 'her^v and Twei shall therefore confine ourselves to 'native' game, which is dbo'u't us 'in abundauce, and which will provide capital sport at the proper time if not ruthlessly slaugh tered by cockney' sportsmen ' before the yo...
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
;? j Sicliool of Arts. , Th'k first' annual' mooting in oonnootion' with thiB Inatitution waa hold; pursuant; to ndvertiHo'uiont.L on. Friday evening last, ?whon thero waa a fair nttondauco, notwith standiug . that tho nifjht wua, a most inolemont ono. Tlio chair was oocupiod by Mr. ' W. Yabsloy (Prosidont), who callod upon tho Soorotary to road tlio univual ronort, which' was as follows;— ' To tho Moniborsof the Coraki School)of Arts; | ' Goiitloriion,— Ou this tho ocoasicn of our 'i Annual Meeting, your committoo think that thoy may fairly eougrutulato tho moiiibors of tho Sohool of Arts on ' tho progress that tlio. Iustitiito has mado during tho first year of its estnblishmont. It will be iu your remeinbrauco that at tho timo of tho election of tho pref-out officers tho only roudiug room that thqln.itituto possessed was a small, room in a eqttago in . Allwobd-stroot, kindly lent by Miv Sliegbg^for thb purposo. At- that - tiino our ; library was . non-oxistout. How much more satis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
' ' 1 Shipping Notices. ' rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC! IN _t' '' tho Richmond Rivor' District. JOHN SEE andCO.'S line of Steamers. 'Until further tiolico the Favourite Passenger Skinners' trELtiN NipOLL rind !AUSTltA7, LIAN, will run oh follows: — 'l'lie H.H;'jUErjEt-r ? NICOLL, Captain H, -Ai ' 'I'VuHer, leaving . Sydney SATURDAY ! NtGHTS, at 9 o'clock. Leaving Grafton /, WEDNESDAY JlOllNINCiS; at 0 o'clock. : The s.s.' AUSTRALIAN, Captain II. C. Child' -:'-li-i|»h;t leaving Sydnoy ' TUESDAY 5-' fNlQllTR. tit !? o'clock. : Leaviug Grafton . ' ' SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 6.3(1 o'clock. ' ?'4ST -Thene steamers call regularly nt Law rence, ''Hccky-Mouth, mid Harwood Island, for' passengors ' by the Casino, Woodburn, and Switn Bay Coaches.; ? l! ? ??? ' ? - F ARES- -?' Saloon— Single : £2' 0' 0 (i ? i i iRfltutn' .'i. !i' 1(1 (I ' ' ''Steorage— cabh way ' 0 ? 1'ijBr RETURN TICKKrS available by citlier steamer. ' , JOHN SEE and COMPANY. ' g O U T II A B M TRAD E. THE STEAMERS ? Emma Pyers and...
Coraki Post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
V '' I'nU-nlil iPoa^nfflce. ..Ar-RTTATj ANli i)F.r\UTTTTlK OIF MKtt.S. -'- ? Matts r'li'iv1 from Sydney. Sbiith 'Woodburn, Wopdtmrn. and Swim 'Bay everv Monday Slid Thursday. -\ t 3.35 p.m.; and close' 'for- .. .the snme places evory Tuesday, and Friday, af..5,ivm.i - Arrive from TjismprfyWyrallali, and Gundur imba dailv, ' and oIosp for same places evory Mondsv arid Thursdav. at--'3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and CodrinRton every Tuesday;' at. '4 p m1. and Saturday; at 10. 30 ' :!,a'.W.!f find olosb for samo places'every ? Mon dav andThiirsdaVy at 8.30 p.'mi .1 Arrive and depart. by river boats for Ballina, 'il tVtt'r«ell,' and Broadwater. , , ;; I t ?
Religions memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
HoliciwiiH Memoranda. ? . Cnuitcit ov Kn(ii.and. ? .Tan. SO^WAMbnrn (witb HolylCprnmnmon),'! tVn.m, ', Broadwater, ,3 P-mv;..,-y°.0'1!)U,r,!- 7-30 p.m. - . , . Fchnmrr f.^Cnrnlti' (with Holy, Co-mnunii.nl. IHWvinw:™ Woodburn. 3,.p 'i., ...Swnn (Mr Smith's!, 3P.TO.r-Bo*. F.E. Haviland. ? VowAN'OATOoMo'OnTnion. , Ppbnmvy V3~15i»rly at 7 a.m.; Mobs at 14— Early Mam nt 7 . a.nh^rFathor Gallery. /,); . BaI'TIST CllTJRrM. ,, ,M1 30— Pirolino, /U i n-m.,'; ^Vardoll, '3.30 p.m. ; ' Bmndwator. .7.30, p.m. , _ , 30 r Osklaml.' 1 V'a.iiv. and-7; 30 Supply. /^'PnVsnVTRniJiN'Giiriioii '-of'N.S.W; ? 'i jH;,n!l,y,v Rft'- IiiBinoTo, 11 a.ni.! and 7.30 p.m. ; * ^PVraltaK ?? V.ii». '?' ?''* ?' ' Fohrunrv f- — Lismoro, 11 a.m.' and 7.30i p.m. ; Wvrallah, 3 p.m. ' lY— LiHmore, ' 1 1 'aim.' ?; - Climes, i 3 - pimi 1 Box* |inllT,7;30'p:;tii.^-Rev. ? J. Jolinstone, fM. A.,' 'pf 'Enh'uqaV1; ? ? 20— Lismoro, IT a.m.' and 7.30 p.m.- rWyrallahj! '*3 'Hm'.— Rev .T.Btirtr' ss. M.A:- - '! 3fft— Iftridribtrton.' ...
Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
Money. After much- negotiation, tho banks in tho Australian colonies other than Queens land have agreed to raluco tho interest payable oil fixod deposits by 1 per cent. Tho banks in Victoria, whoro money has bcou moro plentiful than in tho other colonies, woro the first to movo iu the matter. But thoy wero afraid to reduce the interest there without similar action elsewhere, lest depositors should transfer their oapital. lixperionco lias shown that money can be readily sent from one colony to the other, and if Victorian depositors can got G per cent, in New South Wales or South Australia, they will not lond it to their own banks for 5 per cent. In Queensland, whoro money is iii demand, one or two, if not moro, of the banks havo steadfastly refused to. consent to tho alteration. Their requirements arc so pressing that they fear -they will not get all that they require at the lower rate. Without Queensland, therefore, the banks have this day. made a chango which, on the whole, will bo...
Coraki Police Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY , 22ND. BEFORE J. White, .Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
Coraki Follcc Court.' Satuuuay, iTanuaiiy, 22nd. Befoke J., Whito, .Eflq., J.P. Thomus. . llobortson,:. alias V,(JiHRor,'j clinrgod with boing, ilrunk aud diaordoi'ly, wns (i tiod . 20a .'or 48 hours. , . And oii a I'tirtliui', plitiTgo of making uso of obsoono lahgtiiigo, was ft nod GOs or ont) nionths iiupnaouuibnt/with hard labour, i/i Ouaiuo gtiol. ? ?'?.? ' ? ? '? ?
Paltry Offering. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
Paltry Ollcring*. Tiie llov. Mr. Shepherd, the curate of Eastbourne, has been lecturing the Anglican congregation there on their contemptible offertory collections, and as he apparently considers that his remarks may be equally applicable to other mem bers of his communion, he has published his sermons. for their benefit. How the Eastbourne people may like it is another matter. Possibly being no greater sin ners than other Galileans, they may not care much about the selections of them as 'shocking examples,' but if what the reverend gentleman says be true, it would be hard to find much worse. Perhaps, with a view of giving our local congregations a crumb of com fort by way of soothing tliera with tho digestion of the fact that there are less liberal persons than themselves, we append the following extract from the sermon above referred to : — ' How often do those whose duty it is to collect the alms behold the unseemly sight of men1 with fingers bedecked with rings, and women with a...
Land Court Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
Iiiiml 1 Court lliiMineMs. ' - The Ifojlowing aro tlio list oE cases Hot down for hearing at tlio placos and on tlio dato8'hbrbtindor montioned : — ? ' ' ? : Woodburn — Otli February : Henry Stibburd, c.l., oounty'Rous, parish ? Broadwater ; Honvy W. Williams;, -.0. p., , oounty Jlicbmond, jmnsli Donaldson ; Edwin Scholes, c.p., 'county Ricn in'ondi parish Donaldson Edwin Scholes o.I., county KlohmOiid,* ptirish Donaldson ; ; Beruard Sciiolcs, v,c.p., . county ^Kichmond,, . pariijh Donaldson'; Bernara' Seliolos, ' c.l., ooiiniy Richmond, parish Donaldson ; Juo. M'Fadden, c.p., aounty Richmond, parish' 'Riloy ; Juo. AlJFaddou,( o.p'.,s . county; Richmond,! .parish lllloyf;! J uo.-M'Faddbri,'0.h, odimty Uiohmond, jKirisli Riloy ; John Moss, o.I., county Richmond, parish ltil6yj;- Jno.i 'flipnias jun'.*,;c.p'. and o.I., county Richmond, parish Evans ; Francis Guljivor,. ^coiuity Richmond, parish Evan's ;i, Henry P^jAbbpttyi'b.p:, -couiity VRich inond, purish Biitigawalhyu ; Joseph Fitz...
The Earl of Iddesleigh. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
The Earl of Iddeslcigli. By the sudden death of Lord Iddesleigh, | reported in Thursday's cablegrams, the i British Peerage has lost one of its most i recently created members. He inherited i an English baronetcy dating back to i 1841, and, as Sir Stafford Northcote, figured conspicuously in public affairs almost from the attainment of his major ity. His graduation was in the Board of Trade, in the capacity of private secretary to the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone in 1843-5 ; and his connection with tho board was kept up at intervals till he became its president himself in 1866. Since then he, has filled the important offices of Secretary of State for Ireland (1867-8), and Chancellor of the Exchequer (1874'80). -'He became First Lord of the Treasury, in 1885, and the same year was elevated to tho peer age. The bitterest chagrin of his politi cal career came to him only a few weeks ago, through the exigencies of the Cab inet over Lord Randolph Churchill's defection. Lord Iddesleig's rem...
How Thing are Ruling in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
How Tilings are Killing in i Germany. From the cablegrams published it will be seen that Princo Bismarck has made good his threat to dissolve the German Reichstag. It will be remembered that in his speech of January 11, in support of the second reading of a Bill to increase the German army by 41,000 men, lie asserted that the additional forces were necessary to secure Germany against tlie danger ot Urencli attack. Opposition to the proposed increase was anticipated, and a threat was made that should the bill be rejected or amended in any way the Emperor would dissolve the Reichstag ; and further, that the Govern ment would carry out the proposals of the bill on thoir own responsibility, trusting to obtain an act of indemnity from a new Chamber. Count von Moltke | was almost as outspoken, and he affirmed I that if tho bill were not passed war would be certain. Despite all theso ' warnings, an amendment was moved ! limiting the operation of the proposed i increase to three years. This...
THE FLOOD AT CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 28 January 1887
, i-:i ii! ; irfjQOJ) ' AT CASINO: ? ; ' ' ? :''[Abridgcd':ft-bur tho lixi-nEsk] f:i' ^ 1 Tho- greilt'esi. siiflorbr 'in io wu is 'Mi-. 'J'.' Jorcliiu.' whoso hotol On Sunday Morning looked' a coinplolo wrcok. near ovorytliiug iultliu, place boing saturated. Tho foundation blocks at tho river oud ot tho building. wero washed away, ?while all tlio foncos in tlio' vicinity huvo beou levelled to tho'irround. Air. M. M. .Catnpbbll's privato residence has also suffered sovberly,' tho 'water having risen Hovoral foot up tho wuIIb. ?? A' 'good - deal of furniture was; removed, ;;but tho ,. premises presont a sad appearance. Tho Iter. J. Marshall also had his furnituro &o., considerably; damaged., ,, Tho rivor broko clean over the , very high banks iifr Irvington, flooding Mr. It. Pyor's residence to a depth of fully 18 inclicN, and fortunately tlio breach was so as to just Biiiiblb ;Mr;:_Eyers to briiig his family to .higher ground. His household goods are considerably damaged. -»-...