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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

The Political Nituatioi. Appended are the names of tho members of tho present. Parliament who are not likely to be candidates, those whose seats are considered secure, and those whose return is donhtful : — Members not likely to be Candidates. — Mr Ezekiel Alexander Baker, Carooar; Mr Edmund B-ir'on, Speaker, East Sydney : Mr Alexander Thorle.v Bolton, The Murrnmbidgee; Mr'Charlos Collins. The Namoi. Mr Walter .1 nomas Cnonan, Forbes ; Mr John Cramsie, Balranald ; Mr Charles Alfred Lee. Tenter field ; Mr William Consett, Proctor, New Ensrland ; Mr Edward Qnin. Wentworth ; Mr Francis Tait. Arc-vie ; Mr Walter Soott, Tarprett. Hartley ; Mr. Robert Hoddle Briberg White. Gloucester. Members whosr Seats abr considered Secure. — Mr Joseph Palmer Abbott, Gun nedah ; Mr Franeis Abigail, West Sydnoy ; Mr Robert. Barbour, The Murray ; Mr Herbert Harrm-rton Brown, Durham; Mr Thomas Fr»dri«k Do Couroy Browne, Mudgeo; Mr ?Tames Nixon B.runker. East Maitland ; Mr Na'baniel George Bull. Central Cu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Public School Scholarships. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Public. School Scholarships., ' - Before leaving office the late Minister for Public Instruction (the Hon. Arthur Ken wick) drew up t he following minute for the information of his successor, on the subject of scholarships in conriactioii with the Superior Public Schools and High [Schools At the present time, exhibitions fafc nvpH«nt. fm-inorl ? ships) are granted to applicants for admission to the High Schools, when, competent to pass a certain standard ;: theseiexhibitions provide, for free educa tion in. the High Schools. In order to 'assist poor but talented boys and girls to. obtain the benefit of University educa tion, as well as to promote the'; purposes of ; the High Schools, the following scholarships may be provided for the 'year 1887 : — For boys and girls from Superior;. Public. Schools, who ? may obtain 75 per cent, of marks at examiuar tioijsfor admission into the High Schools (their parents riot being in a condition to maintain them, whilst pursuing their studies), 12...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

POLITICAL. ' What Sir Henry Parkea thought of his new Ministerial team may be esti mated by his making a bargain that he should be granted a speedy dissolution if he so desired, and certainly, for once, the whole country, not represented by the aforesaid team, were in sympathy with | him, and as certainly no one was a whit surprised when a dissolution was announced almost as soon as a Ministry had been dragged together. Neither was there ever a scintilla of doubt in the mind of any — even of the most political tyro — that the incongruous materials forming Sir Henry's Cabinet pudding would be swallowed by the House or find favour with the people. His own abilities — even as a retiring politician — are universally admitted, but his politieal convictions are not considered wholesome by a very large majority of the people of New South Wales ; for a more centralising Govern ment than any held under Parkes never existed. And the wonderful want of wisdom evinced in the selection of certain...

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The Public Debt. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

The Public Bebt. With reference to 'statements that havo been made, notably by Mr. J. P. Abbott at Gunnedah on the 17th instant, to the effect that the last Government under Sir Henry Parkes was mainly responsible for the presont public debt of tho colony, we (8. M. Herald) havo boon shown a copy of a confidential letter addrossed to Sir Saul Samuel, Agent General in London, on March 21, 1S81, in which what the Govornmont of that period really did ill tho matter of Loan Acts is statod, and the extent /to ' which it is responsible for tho prosent public debt indicated. The letter informed' Sir Saul Samuel, in confidence, of what was proposed to be done with the money authorised by Parliament to be raised by loan, and how the Government intended to exercise the authority given under the Loan Acts ; and it will be seen by tho subjoined extracts from : that in which it has been placed by whoso who havo sought to defend the proceedings in the direction of borrowing which havo taken place...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Drier Mention. I Tenders closo for Court-house on the 8th. I 18 foot ot' wntor on Claronco River Bur.. 1G foot on Richmond Bar. Tho whole of Enropo is arming. Imminent danger of war botweon France and Germany. Gallant capture of throo cocknoy sportsman on Sunday. Two of them forocious brigands aged 10 and 11. Lynch family of Bcllringors to-night at School ol' Arts. ' Garvan will bo the probablo leader of tho Opposition. New polling places for the Richmond River are gazetted at Kamccga and Nimbin. A dark horse, by Protection, is said to bo on the way from Sydney to contost tho Richmond Eloctoral Stakes. A bill on Cremation has been introduced into the House and read a li rat time. The straight tip — Ewing, Ciouo.li, Allingham. Any others will cerulcanizo their £40. That is a- far as tho nominations go at present. We bar ' dark ' horses. Parkes and Ives returned unopposed for St. Leonards. Eleotors would do well to avoid all sectarian or side issues. The battle to be fought is Froe-tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Celery a Cure for Kheuinatlsin. 'Numerous cures for rheumatism, by the use of' celery hoivo recently ' been announced in English papers. New discoveries — or what claim to be dis coveries — of the. healing virtues' of plants are continually being made. One of the latest ,! is that celery is a cure for rheumatism ;' indeed, it is' asserted, tho diseases i? impossible if the vegetable be cooked and freely eiiten. The fact that it is always put on the table raw prevents its therapeutic powers from being kiio wn. The celery: should be cut into bits, boiled in water until soft, -and 'the water drunk by the patieht. '' ;Serve 'warm with pieces of toasted bread, and the'painful'ailraent will soon yield.' ^Suoh.is the, declaration of a physician who, we are' told, has again teied(tjbb|expeiimerifc with; uniform success.'- 'At least two-thirds of the cases named 'heart disease' are. ascribed to rheumatism t ami. its agonizing ally,gout., Smallpox',1- so iauch dreaded, is not half so destruct...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Sporting South Woodburn Sports to-morrow. Tlio following arc tho entries rocoivcd : — Handicap Footrace. * Beach ? ? ? scr, A. Livingstone ? ? ? 1 W. M'Donald ? ? 5 ' * Old Tom ? ? ? 7 D.- Butters........ ? ? 10 J. M 'Kinnon ? .10 . A. M'Donald ? 11 ? J. Burlcy ? ? ? 11 ?Hutchinson .... 11 T. Bale 15 N. DaviB ? IB * Bohomian ? 15 II. Penroso. ? ? ? ? ? ? 16 J. Power ? 16 Grecsov ? ? ? ? ? 17 Clark Davis 19 Handicap Skiff Raob. J. M'Kinnon ? ? 35 S. Davis .35 W. Perdie ? ? feather A. Davis ? ? ? .feather ? Assumed names. ' Tho followiug weights have been dealared for tho Arinidale races:— Borough Handicap : B.Y. 8-12, Leinster 8-3, Freedom 8, Redwing 7-5. City Iiandicup : B.Y. 8-8, Loinstor 7-10, Froodom 7-7, Redwing 7-1. Now England Cup: B.Y. 8-6, Ajax 8, Freedom 7-4, Red wing 6-13. Grandstand Pinto: B.Y. 8-10, Loinstor 8, Froodom 7-10, Rodwinir 7-3. There were 23 entered for tho Borough Handi cap, and New England Cup, and 25 for Grand ;Stand Plate. Owing to tho bridges on the road ...

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Tainted Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Tainted Butter. A ccRious'experience concerning tainted butter ; is given ? in the following letter from Mr. J. Hamilton to the South land Times :: — ?' I feel sorry to shock the tender feelings of not a few who have to use butter not quite to their msies, out i tmnK it is a duty to myself and- the public in general to make public-' what I have recently, prayed, V and which may be a fertile source of bad butter- One.paddock on my farm is bounded on one side by what was. a formidable swamp in former day§,':but' was ditched 6ome time ago., The swamp ?contained ail amount' of. bones of swamped ^horses,' cattle, aiiiii sheep,- and it was grazed along with the paddock I speak of. For years, when ever we turned the cows into this paddock the butter got bad and rancid, and' would not keep over four or five day3 at most. Suspecting some dele terious-plant or weed in the pasture, I cropped the paddock, sowing it down: in grass and turnips which were eaten on last year by sheep. Thi3 year I t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Speoiai Advertisements. [An efctra charcro of 20 por cent mwle for ad vertisomont.H inserted in this column.] ED 10 A L. r. «. COKKOR, M. B., M. Ch., Edinburgh University, may ho consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; nnd at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, . from 1 0 to 1 o'clook, l|gr EVERY TUESDAY. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Our Accounts for the Quarter ending 31st December have been rendered and an early settlement of the same is respect fully solicited. A great, manv of our accounts aro for Subscriptions from the date of our starting in business, nnd for payment of these we should feel obliged. LOUIS F. BENAUD, Herali- Office, January 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

j , Shipping. Notices^ I r no THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN I .J_ tlio Richmond RivorDistrict. JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers. -! .Until farther. notice ithe. Favourite 'Passenger | ^ Stv-nriiers HELEN NICOLIj aud AUSTitA LIAN will, rup as, follows . . ii TK6' flis. HELEN' NIOOLL, Cnptnin H. A. II ?? Frnser,. I leaving Sydney; SATURDAY ' NIGHTS; htlfl o'clo'iiki -Leaving Grnfton ? || ' ' .^WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'clock.' , Tho* h.'h. AUSTRALIAN;: CaptBin -H.sO. OlituU' ? |] ? loigly, leaving . Sydney ' TUESDAY ] q , N'ICS JITS, at 1) o! nloek. . ' Leaving- Grufton I .... SAftUJttDAY. MORNINGS, at 5, 30 o'clock; i Ijggi* These stonniors.oall rofculorly at I Law rence, Rocky Mouth; :nnd Hiirwood Island, for . passengers ;by the Casino, Woodburn, and. Swan Bay. Couolies. - r. ? . ;?! ' P A R E S-\ k.-.K Saloon — Single ............. .-62 .!--. 0 Return ........ . ; .8 10 0 Steorngo — each way ? ? ..1 0, Or RETURN' TICKETS available by eith'fef v ? steamer. ' 1 i i JOHN SEE and COMPA...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. January. 29-Coriiki s.. 350 tons, Captain H. renin n n, from Sydney. PiRwngera — Mos- names Fredericks nnd 4 children, Anporley ; Mioses Porter nnd Simpson ; Messrs. Simp cm, Rminey: Blarklov. Cosgrovo, Wriirlit, Watson. Lnno, Ginse. Hodgkinson, Smith, Horrv, and 1't in tho steerage, Cnreo, 120 tons general merchandise. Loft. Svdnev on tlin 2Qnd J'inunry at 7.30 p.m., arrived off thoRinhmond B ir at 8 a.m. on tho 25th, erossed in nt 1 1 a.m. ou tho 23th. and arrived at. Coraki at 8 p.m. same dav. Detained outside Bar through fresh in the river. ? January 31 — Platypus, s., Captnin Nelson from Svdnev. — Left at 1 p.m. on the 29th, crossed the Richmond Bar at 11.30 a.m. on tho 31st, and arrivod at Coraki at. 6 p.m. sumo date. . Experienced light variable winds throughout the passage.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Death. M'ATTGHEY. — On the 31st ultimo, at the residence of her parents, Richmond Tor raca, Mary At.tce, tho infant daughter of Willtak John and Alice M'Auohey ; aped, 10 days. ' Suffer the little ohildren to come unto me, for of such is tho Kingdom of God.' ' NUNQUAM DORMtO.' THE glicTnuoriibr filter §9 critltr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER Punr.isitED at Coraki every Friday Mornino. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1887.

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Gazette Notifications. AMENDED POLICE DISTRICT OF RICHMOND RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

^ Waiette Notifications. Amended Police District of Bioiimond ? Tlivun. Embracing the couuty of Rous, tho greater part of the county of Richmond, and the eastern parts of the counties of prake , and Buller j and bounded on nprth from the sea coast at Point -ganger by the boundary dividing the Colonifcs- 'ofl ? New South Wales and Queerisland; being the range dividing the vatm of the Logan and .other rivers from those of the Tweed and KiVfersV westerly 'to' the'h'ead or source of the Clarence River at Monnt: Wilson ; on the west by the Gl&tcnie River downwards to a point due north from the north-west corner 'of portion 13, parish of Emu, on Emu Creek, county of Buller; thence by a line south to that corner, and by the 'west 'boundary of that portion and its southerly prolongation to the range forming ? the northern watershed of Plumbago Creek ; thence by that range easterly to a point due north from the north-west corner of portion 129, parish ; of Tiuibarra, county of Drake ...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Associations, Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tho Miinugor Oliirouoo Rivor and North Coiifit Ij'imiiorn'AHHOMatioii, Limilod.) SYDNEY, Tiiuiibday, (i p.m. Frimo Muixo 4s Cd ; Weavoly 4s Gd j Eggs, Is Cd por dozen.

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TELEGRAPHIC. LAWRENCE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

telegraphic. [PIIOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! LAWRENCE, Tuesday. Tho Lawrenco Jockey Club raoea aro postponed to tlio 16 th Fehi'uury, SYDNEY, Tuesday. Tho emigrant ship Kapunda, from London, for Fremantle, carao into colli sion with anothor vessel off Bahin. [Buliiu, or San Salvador, is the capital of the Brazilian province of that name, and is situated on the Eastern coast of Brazil in latitude 13- 1' south, and longitude 38- 32' west.] Mr. Barton, tho lato Speaker of tho ' Assembly, has been summoned to a seat in the Legislative Council. | The Premier lias returned from Mait la'nd ; his nomination takes placo for St. Leonards to-day. He intends visiting Blayney on Thursday. The Local Optioniats and Good Temp lhra havo issued circulars containing questions to be asked of candidates for election. Thirty-6vo schedules of insolvency carao before the Court yesterday. The Union Bank has declared a divi dend of 13 per cent, per annum, and the Bank of Victoria 10 per cent. The steamer Abys...

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Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

Casino. [from oub correspondent, j January 27. — Last Saturday witnessed ono of the greatest and most disastrous floods over known in Casino, the river having risen some two or three feet higher than was ever known befoie, even by the oldest residents. The rivor, at two o'clock ou Saturday, rose at the rate of six feet an hour, and at eight o'clock when the waters ? bogan to recede, couia not; nave ueen less thau sixty feet. The damage done to proporty is considerable, but fortunately no lives were lost, though many had a narrow escape. Mr. Jordan, of the Aus tralian Hotel, is the heaviest loser, the damage done to his proporty is supposed to bo considerably ovor £200. However, as that gentleman does a large business, and it's supposed the liquor trade is all profit, I porsume he will soon recoup his losses, as his grog has. all been well waterod. 'When Jordan's hotel was aban doned the peoplo on tho low ground began to realise the danger they wero in, and a general stampede was mad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

General Notices Wanted! a general servant. Apply at tho Commorcial Bunk, Woodburn. WANTED, a few Young Breeding SOWS ; must be well bred. Also, a fow Young PIGS. Apply to FRED.K. CLIFFORD, Bridgo- street. WANTED, a MAN to mako himsolf generally usoFul ; must bo able to plough and milk'. Good wages. Apply to FR15DK. CLIFFORD, Bridge-street. R E W A R D. LOST on the 3rd January, on the Coraki Racecourse, ono SILVER WATCH aud GOLD CHAIN. Tho abovo Reward will bo paid on de livery of same at the office of this paper. TO THE ELECTORS OF THM RICH MOND ELECTORATE. Gentlemen,— In consequence of tho death of my lato lamented Brother, I am uuable to offer myself for re-eloction for THE RICHMOND at present.— Yours faithfully, P. HOGAN. Syduoy, Jan. 29, 1887. NOTICE. — It having come to my know lodge that THOMAS PIDOOCK is anxious to. run me for any sum, I bog to state that I am willing to run the said THOMAS PIDCOCK 120 yards for from £5 to £10 a-side, tho race to be run at Coraki ton days aft...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. Tuesday ? The first question to be considered by the Imperial Conference will be the conveyance of mails between England and Australia. . The latest1 ihfbrmatisn respecting the Kupunda disaster states that 300 wore drowned. The passengers landed at Bahia' ! were— Wiggins, Burnes, Daly, Russoll, Sandford, Roece, Broadhurst, and Mrs. O'Callaghan, the only woman saved. Of the crew, Cottrell, Norman, Muioks, Anderson, Hughes, Forbes, and Mainter. Somo other passengers wero lauded at Macargo, whose names are not yet known. The British barquo, Ada Mflmore, bound from Coquinto, Chili, to Belfast was the vessel collided with ; she also sank. Mr. Goschen has consented to stand for St. George's, Hanover Square. Mr. Haysman, a Radical, opposes him. '. An Austro-Hungarian delegation has been summoned to provide for calling out the Landsturm. It states tht Austria still hopes for peace, but that the military preparation are only precaution ary. A proposal to ask the delegatio...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

School of JlrlH. The adjourned annual meeting of the members of tho Bridge-street School of Arts was hold at tho institution on Friday ovoning last, whon about lo members woro presont. Tho minutos of tho provious meeting woro road and confirmed. The Socrotary stated that owing to tho flooded state of tho country and tho faot of soino of tho inombors of tho committee of tho Adams-street Institution boing un avoidably absont at the Lismoro Court, no mooting had yot takon placo rk amalgama tion. Whereupon Mr. W. L. Murphy moved, ' That thiB meeting stand furthor adjourned for a fortnight to allow of a rosponso boing made to the communication embodied in tlio resolution for adjournment passod at last meeting.' Socondod by Mr. J. G. Balzor, and carried. Mr. F. Clifford moved, — 'That tho mooting to bo hold that night fortnight bo a final ono in connootion with tho quostion of tho amalgamation of tho two insttu tions.' ? - ? ? - Soconded by Mr. Porcy Crook, and oarried. This concluded tho...

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Coraki Amateur Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

C^orakl Amateur Turf Club. A srEorAi, mootinf? of tho niombors of tho nbovo Club was hold at Mobba' Cotnmoroial Hotol on Saturday ovoninp; last, Mr, W. L. Murphy ^President) in tho emiir. Tho minuto8' of tho provious mooting \v-ro read unci confirmed. ? -Tho prograinino for tho forthcoming raoo mooting to. bo hold ou tho 17th March noxt was thon considered, and aftor boing considerably amondod (soo advortisomont) was adoptod and tho date dofiuitoly fixed. . A motion that tho rights to Tattersalls for tho mooting should bo a?aiu olfornd and :tondor8 callod thorofor, and anothor that Mr. W. Mobbs net as Troasuror as woll as Socrotary, wore unanimously adoptod, aud tho meeting closod.

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