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No Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

No Unemployed. There are no unemployed in Charters Towers. The Northern Miner -says : — ' Whilst from almost ovory town iiv the; colonies comes the cry ? of„ the unemploy ed, tho very opposite can be said of Charters Towers. There is not an idle man : to bo seen in town, except some dead-beats who: will not work under any circumstances, and wo know of mines that cannot bo worked full-handed owing , to, tho difficulty of getting' men. One man lias sent to Townsvillo for men of any 'description to represent ground, and- we know of one instance where , tho. manager of a mine has .been hunting for: twelve men for the past throe days, and has only . succeeded; in- getting five. On' the . outside lines of reef, oven. .on . tho. Black. /Jack, the miners .don't appear anx'ous to go out there, i\nd we have been informed that at the ^Disraeli mine, Rishton, £3 5s a week has been offered to miners and refused. Wood-choppers and others are in a similar fix, they can not get men to work outside ...

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

Wyrnllnli Atliletle S|ior(«. TiiK abovo sports camo off on Saturday last, as advortisod, and woro a great success. Tho woather, although u triflo warm iu tho morning, was all that could bo dosired during tho aftornoon. Too much praiso oannot bo givon to tho committoe for tho mahnor in which thoy carried out tho work set themsolvoB. Tho track was voted by all. tho , ' pods ' to bo ono of the best ever run ou, and fast work was tho ordor of tho day as was antioipated. Bolow are the genoral dotails of tho running. Maiden Plate, for all' who have nevor won an advortisod prize. 100 yds. 1st prisso, £1; 2nd 5s. D. M'Lnan 1, S. Livingstono 2. Won by six inches, aftor a good raoo. Timo, 11 sees. A field of no less thau 13 started in this raoo. Wyrallah Haudicap, 150 yards, to be run in divisions, lstprize, £12 ; 2nd, £2 ; 3rd, £1. 1st Division — W. Robson, 14 yards, 1, J. Foloy, 5yards, 2. W.M'Donald, 8 yds, and A. Cook, 21yds, also started. Won easily. Time, 15seos 2nd Division — J. Blaok,...

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

A Clever Invention. * I The last Amorican mail steamor — tho Zealandia — brought out to Australia a most clovor invention, which must bo of unusual interest to electricians, because of its novelty, and also to tho publio on account of its practical utility. Tho invention referred to is called tho olcctro meehanioal ' clock, l'u this clock tho mcciiamsui is similar, wiin some mouiuca tions, to that in the ordinary timepiece, but ' the necessity 'of' winding arid regulating by hand is: avoided. TI.e inventor ' found that puroly - electrical clocks, whore the entire niotive-powor was derivod from an electrical current, wero subject to serious drawbacks. The eloctro-mechanical automatically winds itself once every hour, and gives to the spring only sufficient tension to run tho clock during that period, and secures nearly , constant tension from hour to hour, and year to year. ; This is accomplished by an ingenious application of electricity with a minimum expendi ture of powor, tho cur...

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

«? «'am|uuiologUi.' Under tho abovo titlo ono of tho best, most laughable, and thoroughly onjoyublo entertainments ovor offorod to a Richmond Eivor audionco, was given on Monday ovoning last at tho School, of Arts, by tho world-renowned Lynch Family of Bell ringors. Tho fact that sinco tho year 1867 this talented troupe has recoivod splendid recognition trom alt parts ot tne giooo speaks volumes for tho genuineness of the performance, and for a congregation of unexceptional- talent of a kind to suit ovoryono the company would bo very hard to beat. ? Tho house on Monday night was not nearly as good as the performance deserved, owing to tho shortness of the notico given, but as the Lynch Family have promised to give another porformanco to-night there can be no doubt but that tho hall of tho School of Arts will be crowdod. We would strongly recommend ovorybody that can to go. 'The Blue-Bells of Scotland,' 'The Marseillaise,' ' The Star-spangled Ban ner,' ' Sweet Chiming Bolls,' and 'Th...

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Dr. Abernethy's Prescription for a Dyspectic. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 February 1887

llr. AbcrnetUy's Prescription for a Myspc|»lic. General John A. Dix was at one. timo. i the: unhappy* victim' -'of . ilyspep?sia/ After seeking in vain for relief, he' was at length ledr to, t-. consult.; the. famous Dr. ? 'Abernethy. ? ? ;After listening im patiently to his story Abernethy interrup ted liim1 with these words : Sir,tyou are pretty far gone,: and the' wonder is that you are not gone entirely.' If you had consulted common sense iristead ' of the. Medical faculty, you would probably havo been well years ago. I can say nothing to you excepting this :- i You must take regular exercise, as mu'cli as 'you can take without fatigue, , as little medicine as possible, of the simplest kind, and this, only when ' absolutely necessary, and a modest quantity .of plain food, of the quality which you find by experience b°st to agree with you. No man, not oven a physician can prescribe diet for. another. ' ' A stomach is a stomach,' and it is impossiblo' for anyone to reason with saf...

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

Slew Horse Disease. A strange liorse disease (says the New York Sportsman) is prevalent in the 'vicinity of Mexico, Mo., and many good animals have died. A post-mortem examination revealed large bunches of small fino -hard worms . collectcd in the stomach, and intestines. Exactly i-mcli worms' are found in the tassels of the corn, and the theory is that oating the corn fodder is killing the horses. There is talk of husking out tho corn and burning the fodder. It is remembered that a month or so ago tho standing corn, and especially the tassel, was ; spotted with grasshoppers, and it is' thought they deposited the egg which produced' the fatal worm. ' ; V, fj

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

' Aniuaeme'htir — 'pi A S T E R H O L I D A Y FESTIVAL. VILLAGE FAIR, ' \ OLD ENGLISH SPORTS,. ., FOOT RACING, . , . ' ?? FANOY BAZAAR, ; arid Gueat Art Union IllSTRIUU'llOIV OF IMIlKEili. Exhibition Grounds' arid Buildings, , , GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER, ON Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday IN E ASTEE_WEEK. Tho Qreatost aud ,, most diversified EXIIIBITIQN, SALE OF AVOliK, and DISTRIBUTION OF' PRIZES combined with ATHLETIC, and ENGLISH FAIR Sl'ORTS ovor hold in Now South Walos, IN AID OF THE . , Cathedral Building' and Organ [Funds. FIRST DAY.— EASTER MONDAY. Tho GROUNDS will bo thrown opon at 10 n.'m. Tho Out-door Ainusomonts, uudor tho managomont of n spocial Sroivrs Committee, will includo SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, and other FOOTRACING (seo spooial advertisement), 'MAY POLE, DANCING . on the Grcon, including Highland Fling and Hornpipes, SWINGS, A crobafcic Porformfuicos, SHOW BOOTHS, PUNCH1'- AND JUDY, and othor OLD ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS, &c., &c. Tlie Exhibition Building wil...

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Grafton Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Grafton Quarter Sessions. (From Saturday's Examiner.) William Joiin M'Aughey was arraignod, charged with fraudulent insolvency at Coraki, in removing and concealing goods, a portion of his estate, with the intention of dofrauding his croditors. Ho pleaded not cruilty. Accused was defended by Mr. Gibson, instructed by Mr. Simmouds of Lismore. Jury— John Corcoran, John Young, J. C. Sweeney, D. Michael, A. Stewart, L. M'Donald, J' Payne, jun., H. Small, J. Daly (foreman) C. N. Childs, T1 Black adder, E. C. Campbell. The Crown Prosecutor' stated the case to the jury, with the main points which the Crown would bo prepared to prove. Tho Crown tendered as evidence tho petition of accnsod, applying for seques tration in June. 1RS6, with other papers rolative thereto. These were admitted without objection. Constable Rogers, stationed at Coraki, deposed ho executed tho warrant charging the accused with fraudulent insolvency. He. said. ' I expected this ; I heard two days ago this had boen iss...

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ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Election op Officers. Mr. w. Yabsley, J.P., was again elected President, on the motion of Mr. Brandon seconded by Mr. Clifford. Mr. J. White, J.P. was also re elected Yice-President, on the motion of Mr. F. Clifford seconded, by Mr. M. Doran, The ballot papers which had been for warded to all members, in accordance with the A.J C. Rules, were then handed in, and examined by Messrs. Spring and Clifford, scrutineers, who reported that the following gentlemen had been elected : — F. Clifford, 21 ; T. J. Brandon, 21 ; M. Doran, 19 ; W. T. Mobbs, 15 ; John Whyte, 14 ; W. M'Lean, 14; J. W. Pidcock 11. There were five other candidates. These gentlemen were then declared duly elected for the ensuing twelve months. For the office of Secretary, Mr. E. M. D. Spring was again proposed by Mr. W. M'Lean, seconded by Mr. M. Doran. Mr. Spring regretted that he should be obliged to decline the position owing to his duties as Secretary of the club clash ing with his scholastic duties. He regretted th...

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TREASURER'S REPORT. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

TREASURER'S REPORT. Receipts. . By Biuanco, brought forward, 1886 £12 0 2 Deposits recoived and interest... 42 0 0 Subscriptions,' 1885-6 2 2 0 „ 1886-7 ? (54 1 0 0 Privileges ..... . . ... . ........... 109 11 3 Nominations, acceptances, and ' sweeps ? . 142 10 .0 Special donation. . ......... . , . 2,10. 0 Proceeds selling race. v.... i. . 20 0 0 Salo of rules ? ? ? ? ; ;y 0 ,10 , £385 4 8 Expenditure. To Prizes paid ? ........... £268 15 0 Advertising— ExntKSs £4 10s, ' ' Herald £15 Us, C. and R. Examiner £1 (is, Non TirmiN Stab 'S 12s 6d, C. Stamford I8s......;;vi . . . : 26 17 C T.Nolan.... ? ? ...; 6 16 0 Campbell, fixing hurdles, &o. . 0 16 0 J. Percy, gatos, &c. ......... . 2 2 0 A. Yabsley, „ ? ; . 2.0 0 Lisuioro Band ? ? 10 0 0 Johnson, scales . . ... .? ? 1 10 0 W. Yabsloy, half proceeds , of . course. ................ 46 6 9 Telegrams, stamps, &p. .... i. , 4 4 4 Commission (Goilan and Stam ford) 3 14 0 Cheque book ? ? .v. . . 0 8 4 Sundries. ? ? ...

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Coraki Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Coraki Jockey Club. I A meeting of the mombers of the committoo of the above club was hold at Nolan's (Tattersalls) Hotel on Wednes day evening, 2nd February, when tliero wore present — Messrs. W. Yabsley, J.P. (President) in tlio chair, M. Doran, F. Clifford, T. J. Brandon, J. Whyte, and E. ?M. D. Spring, Secretary. , Tho minutes of tlio last meeting were lead und confirmed, and tho annual report of tho outgoing committee was read by the Secretary and adopted, as also was the Treasurer's report for the past year, for submission to the members at tho annual meeting. ' : The annual meeting of tho members of phis club was held at Nolan's (Tatter snU's) Hotel on tho same dato as abovo, Mr. W. Yabsley, J.P., President, in the chair. Tho minutes of the previous annual meeting wore read and confirmed. ; The Committee's annual report and the Treasurer's report were then read .by the Secretary, and adopted, on tho motion of Mr. F. Clifford, seconded by 'Mr. T. J. Brandon. ' . COMMITTEE'S RE...

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Coraki Post-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

C'nrnhi Piist-Onice. ? AitErvAT; and Depatituiie op Mails. .Mails nrrive from Sydney, South. Woodburn, Woodburn. nnd Swnn Bay every Monday and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and close for , 't.hn same places every Tuesday, and Friday, iit. f- p ui. . - 'Arrive from Lismore, Wyralhih, and Gundur ? imba daily, and closo for same places , every Mondav and Tlinrsdny, at ,3.35 p.m. .-Arrive from Casino and Oodrington 'every -.'Tu'esday,;»t 4 p.m; and Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. ; and nlodft for same places every 3Ioo« v .day. and Thursday, at 3.30 p.m. ? Arrive and depart by i-iver boats lor Ballina, * Wnrdell. and Broadwater.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Amusements. SCHOOL OF ARTS & MECHANICS INSTITUTE. Preliminary Announcomout. GRAND BAZAAR AND FANCY FAIR, in aid of tho abovo Institution, on tho lath, nnd l?th March. GRAND ART UNION DISTRIBUTION DRAWING. BRUCE AUCTION of Live Stock, &c. POST OFFICE, -fcc., &o. Full particulars in futuro issues. C.STAMFORD, Hon. Soo. Postponed to EASTER MONDAY llth APRIL NEXT. GRAND ATHLETIC CARNIVAL. Under tho auspices of tho i.o.o. f'! M.U. Athletic Sports and Horseracing on the j}®- CORAKI RACECOURSE. SPACIOUS DANCING PAVILION, and Brass Band iu attendant. SPLENDID RUNNING GROUND, with roped tracks. Ladies admitted to the Grandstand Free. Gentlemen Is each. GRAND BALL in the School of Arts at night. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS Tuflrvnc f W. Yabsley, Esq., J.P. Judges— | j WuiTE- E'q _ j 'p Starter — E. M. D. SniiNG, Esq. Referee — Fredk. Clifford, Esq. First event — to start at 10 a.m. MAIDEN PLATE, for all who have nevor won an advertised prizo exceeding £1. 100 yds. First prize,...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

River Steamers Tlnie-Taltle. The following time-table is published for * general information : — The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore every morning, returaiug to Woodburn in the afternoon The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; and Casino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday. Fen wick's steamers leave Lismoro for Ballina, and Ballina for Lismore at 8.30 a.m. daily.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. Tuesday: .' Count ^on?'M61fck6Jri88tirC(l ti deputa tion 111110' waited on liim that tlio political sittial.iun of Gorinaiiy was. most, serious. Tho Roman.: Catholic electors of Germany are Urged to pay no regard to tho Pope's circular in favor of tho Army Bill.'' A'-,i - The Socialist torch-light procession in London has-been forbidden; Mr. Parnoll moved his amondmont in the House of Commons on tlio address in': ' reply to; the Queen's speech, setting forth that autonomy nnd not oppression was . tho proper remedy for tho Irish difficulty. General Roborts has left Burmali owing to tho rapid pacification of the territory. ? The Earl of Dunraven, Under Secretary for tho Colonies, resigns bfiico. The' King of Abyssinia has written to tho commander of the It-ilian garrison at Massouah, demanding tho evacuation of that portion of tho country. The Belcrian Chamber of Doinitics has beon asked by tho Government to sanction a credit vote of twenty ,million francs on beliu...

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Pure Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Pure Politics. T heard a good story the other day about & politician who has gone to a place ?where w,e aro assured a final division will be taken ou the Day of Judgment. ; He was invited by Mr. Dalley, Q.O., to ?dinner at Manly Beach. Mr. Dalley is a great gourmand, and prides himself on 'being one of the best cooks in Australia. ?' What do you think of that soup V he ~ 'winiis'kT rrwaiFm' tlra'%toIfen-lt°'lSal(-~ past two, with my apron on, preparing , the . ingredients.' He gave Sir John ' O'Shanassy a recherche dinner of eight courses. At dessert he said, 'Now Sir ' John, confess that you never had a ., better dinner in your life, nov one you '? enjoyed more.' Very Good dinner, .. 'Dalley — very gooi dinner,' answered the old knight. ' Ah, but you never enjoyed 1 a dinner more ; now did you V ' Well,' ? reluctantly - replied his guest, ' I can scarcely say that, because I distinctly ?remember a dinner some years ago I ?enjoyed a great deal more.' 'Oh! did you p Tell me. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. , [fltOM Olllt OWN OOlUlESl'OKDKNT.] , SYDNEY, Saturday. Tho following membors liavo, boen returned : — . East Sydnoy : Bnrtlekin, Roid, M'Mil lan, nnd Stroot. West Sydnoy : Abigail, Kothel, O Connor, and Mornman. . South Sydney : Riloy, Wiso, Withers, nnd Toohey. ? Tho Glebo : Wilkinson, Chapman. Nowtown : .Fos tor, Gibbes, Ifawken. Newcastle : Ellis and FIctchcr. : .. : SYDNEY, Wednesday. ? Kiarna : Mr. .Angus Camoron, unop posed. West Maitland : Mr. R. W. Thompson. The' Humo : Lyno and Hayes. ' Paddington : Neild, Alfred Allen, nnd Trickett. Batliurst : Cortis. Orango : Dal ton and Clarke. The Hastings : Roberts nnd Young,' Six candidates havo been proposed for Mudgee. WYRALLAH', Thursday. Messrs. Ewing nnd Crouch' had a crowded meeting at the School of Arts, when an unanimous vote of confidence in both gentlemen was carried..' Mr. Breckenridge occupied tho chair. , : SYDNEY, Thursday.,, : At a Uabmet meeting helu yesterday,, it was resolved that Parliament bo con ve...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

THE B2 fjB5CTJ[0!V. One of the most impoi'tant duties the male colonists of New South Wales have : to perform within the''next few weeks will be t.lio selection . of . 120 members who shall be considered, fit and propor ; persons to represent tho several Elector ates in the. Parliament of- New South i Wales.: : And in the performance- of this duty it behoves electors at the present ! crisis to be wary in their actions, having ? a full .understanding of the importance j .of even- single votes in respect to tbo ; great question at issue, which the present : acknowledged leader 'of the House has;| set up as his motto and watchword, and: by which he is prepared to stand or fall ; not t'o' be' led astray by personal or local; interest, but to gauge each candidate on his merits as a politician, morally and socially, aud the good he is likely tot efToct as. the representative of a district,; in the debates in tlio House which affect: tbe well-' eing and prosperity of tho colony at large. P...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. I (From the Manager fihironbo Rivor and Norths Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) t cYONFiY, TuunsiwY, (! jmii. Maizo is' rather 'firmer! TPruno qutili Cies 'ia.7(l j wcevijy, ,frpni . 4s. Eggs, Is 3d por clb/cti. ? ' j

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Sporting Mems. Lawrence Races come on Wednesday next. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 February 1887

Sporting OTents. Lawronoo Races come on Wednesday next. The following horses appear amongst tho entries for tho Glon Innes Races. Annexation Handicap — Lavcndor, Butterfly, Young Osman, Tomki, Wiunio. Glen Innes Cup— Ajax, Leinster, Casino, Butterfly, Freedom. Dibb's Plate — Ajax, Leinster, Butterfly, Dagobert, Tomki, Folly, Freedom. President's Purso — Leinfitor, Butterfly, Tomki, Winnie. Separa tion Handicap — Ajax, Casino, Butterfly, Folly, Dagobert, Freedom, Tomki. ? Ampngthopas_scn5ersiii_thn._'.Fris.eo_Mail steamer Almeda, which arrived at Auckland on Saturday, are George, the English pedestrian, and Costello and Mitchell, American pugilists! At tlio Canterbury races on Saturday, ! Recruit won tho Flying Stakes in 1.8. Alma won tho Park Stakes, and Lady Martin the Prince of Wales Stakes.'. Tho Canterbury Handicap resulted — Eigtroe 1 Frolic 2, Recruit 3. Time, 1.40. -Hanlan. is, still keeping .himself in tho. public oyo by professions of his desire to row Beach again.; : Ho no...

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