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Small Dobts Ceurt. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

Sninll llobto Ceurt. i Monday, Fkuruary 14.' . Before Mossrs. M. M, Campboll, and J, Whito J's.P. P. Claffoy v. D. Grant (remanded from Monday 7th). Amount duo, £5 lis Gd. Continued ; insufficient sorvico.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gundurimba. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

CSiiiitluriinba. , , [prom our correspondent,] i Febhuaky 15.— Although this is one of tho oldest places on the River it is yet long behind tho timos. The once famous hotel known as Beattie's is now reduced to a boarding houso, and is the only accommo dation tho traveller can obtain. There is also a store where 'Multuu in Parvo ' is tho motto, one penny per sheot for note paper, &o. I must, say thore is a good school and. teacher's residence, which is the leading feature of tho town ; a post-office and . an auctioneer of tho first . water is about! all 1 can hoar of in the way of business. . - 1 , I think Gundurimba can boast of having tho oldest man in the colony, if not Australia—James Curtis, better known as Jimmy Ledger, who - is at the loast 112 years, old. Ho can well remember the wreck of the Royal Goorge on the 20th August, lt82, which oceurod at Spit-Head in the English Channel. He oamo to this colony in tho ship ' Shipley,' aud it can be well imagined the hardships...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Codlin Moth Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

The Codllu Moth I*estV ? The codlin moth, that terrible scourge of the fruit-growing industry, has made its appear ance amongst some of the Gippeland orchards. Tlie Melbourne Daily Tkleohahi says: — The news has already caused considerable conster nation amongst fruitgrowers in that part of the colony. Indeed, the rapid progress this pest has made since its hrst introduction here would appear to indicate that its existence has now reached such a degree of magnitude as to be regarded almost in the light of a national calamity. Unless some steps are very soon taken to arrest the progress of this plague, the possibility of successful cultivation of apples or pears is hopeless. . It is useless for individ ual fruitgrowers to make any attempt to destroy the moth. United action is absolutely necessary. In Tasmania so great was the destruction caused by the pest that legislation became neces«i-ry,\vith the result that a Codlin Moth Bill was passed. The bill provides for the declaration of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

-./ Brief Mcntlonu ~ ? Ec'ipso of tlio sun on the 23rd instant, Tho rivor roso 18, feet at, Limiiorp.,'.: : 'Mr.- Barrio appears as a Free-trader to-night. ' ? Parliilmont meets on 8th March. ? Tho Claroneo bar has shoaliid to 14 foot. Mr. J. P. Abb.itt runs fpr Wiloannia. Wanted, a flpod boat for Cpralti. 7:-- Athletic Club to be formed at Wvrallah. .. - . i)7 sugar and 17 saw mills Pn tho Richmond. Lawrcuco .Tcokoy Club Races postponed uulil to-morrow. ? ? ? - - ? ;Mr. ' Sitnpkins of Casino was drowned at Talmlain last Monday. ' A dpzen roa:l contracts callod for about. Grafton. . , Tho C. It. R. S. N. Co's now steamor is to bo named tho; '.Electric.' ...... Tlicro were 102,iuformal votes ht the South Sydnoy election, and 1 05 at Balmain. : Messrs. Brooks and Irvine, with two mon, ? are prpsccuting tho boring researches at the Heads foc^the information of Sir* John Coodo. i : ; ' Billy' Gppdgor pneo . moro ,j\Iavor jof. Ul marra. , And a right good Maypr too. , N ; . One vessol wh...

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A Miser's Treasure. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

A Miser's Treasure. A few months ago a man named Paine, who | lived in New York in penury and wretchedness ! died; from the effects of an accident. A | singular discovery hns now been made. In a j dispute about a small property which Paiue had left, a witness has testified that 19 years I ago Paine gax-e him a bundlo wrapped in- a! cotton handkerchief, and asked him to take care i of it for him. On only one occasion since had j i ame asked it Jus parcel was sate. The witness had not examined it, because he supposed it to contain manuscripts, the product of Paine's pen. On learning tliis tho court required the production of the parcel, and when opened it was found to contain 3o6,750dol. (upwards of £70,000) in good bank notes, besides other securities to a very large amount, the value of which cannot be stated immediately because of the lapse of time since they were issued.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1887

Cornkf l'olicc Court. ? ? -Monday. February 14'.'' ! Before the samo Bonoh; ' ; ; '. ! t-j Charlos Cockbu'ni v. G. JolYorios-^olaim for wages and loss of timo, £6 4s Cd. ; Complainant statod that ho was on gaged by defendant tho week boforio Christmas, at Coraki, as baker, from tho Sunday, previous to Christmas, and ho was to stop at Quain's nioanwhilo ; ho offered ;him '254 a week whicli ho doelino'd, when dofendant said ho was nbt'particularvfor' a few shillings ; worked till tho Monday wook when defendant said ho would givo him 30s a wook, with hoard and lodging; was there. 5 or ,6 wooks ; got a- pottlemont about a fortnight after ho startpd, 'at 30s por wook; tlie flood thon camo on-aud dofon: dant could not got away with his boat', whon ho came into tho bakohouso and saying something struok complainant', .on ;the:mouth with tvo loaves, telling him tb' clear, :out ; .iweut and - askod Constable Eogars fpr.a summons, when Rogors told him it.w.ould boa month before ho oould summon...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A New Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

| /\ ; i ':A .^qir 'fodder. ' !t J ?' Tub Port Macquario farmers havo com menced to pull 'their corn.' Those who Juivo. succcodod, in raising the Jphnsori grabs , Fromy j the seed , obtained f^oni California by tho Minister of Agriculture ?of.'Viotoria are giving favourable reports of -its progress. The liendigo -Advertiser states that eight weeks ago 'Mr. Clay, of 'Huntly, sowed somo socds , 1bf,..'-the .Tbhnsbn grass, ..which', lias a great roputaf tion for flourishing, luxuriantly in . a hotj dry climate,, and brought to this ofllhed samplo of the growth in tho shape of a ?single-stalk foUr ; feet long; wlneli was one of twelve 'sim'ular stalks from 'oho seed. Tho stalk is like, a, wheat stalk, and Mi-. Clay's .experiment shows, .that , the grass will grow to perfection in tho .Beudigo district, and should make a splendid- hay crbp. This grass,' of whidli 'Johnson grass' is a local liauio' given in America,' :is| tho, Aiidropogon, ha^lc-, pensis of botanists, also known as. Cuba ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Hearts of Oak. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

' Hearts of 0» Ic. Signals of distress were observed about 9 o'clock oii the night of December 9 by the men on- watch duty at the Southport Lifeboat .House, apparently from, a ves sel off formby. The-, lifeboat-. Eliza. Fernley, ; belonging to the National Society, was at once run out arid taken to Ainsdale where she was launched. A fearfully heavy sea was running at the time, anil a3 nothing-more was seen or heard of the: lifeboat after leaving the shore rumours of disaster were soon widely : current, ; They were, unfortu nately, soon confirmed ; for the lifeboat was- 'discoyered: -bottom upwards. A search was iihiriediaitely instituted,' and. it Was ascertained that' the iboat had cap sized, soon, after starting. Of the crew of 16 only three managed to reach the shore, the remaining 13 being drowned. All the: bodies., have ; beein. recovered. The yessel. which the-hteboat put out to assist proved to be the Mexico, whose creW ; was afterwards saved by the Lytliam lifeboat. . During...

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Important Arrival of Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Important Arrival ol' Slock. j The. shipment of horses which arrived' from London by the steamship Australa-; sian'(says the Argus of the 3rd instant) is the largest which has ever come to, this port in one vessel. One lot- of 10 lias baeri brouaht out by Mr. J. It. M'Culloch, and another of nine by: Mr. Eae. Amongst the horses brought out were. Prince of Killearn, by Drew's Prince of Wales ; Gallant Stewart, by King of the Forest ; Percy Cross, by Garnet Cross ; Prince of Crawick, by Corsewall ; Prince of Wales ; Obedience, by Top Gallant ; Mainiriast, by Garnet Cross j Burnfoot Chief, as well as several roadsters, Irish hunters, and fast trotters. All the animals were carefully selected by the importers personally, and special accommodation was erected on the steamer for them. The houses wero of substantial build, and were carefully prepared internally, and every attention was bestowed on the horses during the voyage. There was no rough . weather, and the stables were high and dry...

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The Laval Cream Separator. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

/ Th^ Laval Creain ^eparatiH'. . The L&^&':eWiii:be^raW' wKicb is riow very popular, is ii ^irisill Kiindy iriachine capable of separating -all the cream from 60 galfonf fo£, milk i in/ hour. It coBts iB45 -SUtgwitn a' horse, -.works, and alL fittings, cost of erection, &c., added .the outlay'riiEicegRary to place Buoh a separator ready for work on . a- farm: would -be about — £80. The Danish separator, which ip much like the- ordinary (jontri fugal used in sugar manufactories, is cap able of treating 120 gallons -qf _ milk per hour,, . Its. ..QQsfc. .. price will - . bear . comparison with . that of the Laval. Both are exbellent'ninchiriesi Tho ordinary , Laval seems ,perfectrin principle, but its inventors are' riot idle. Their latest efforts have produced a hand machine and an ordinary machino driven by a turbine. ThtSe, which aro quite novel, ' are described find illustrated in the present isate. The advantage to. a. small farm'bf : 'a harid-mabliihc doub...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Ballina Pilot. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Correspondence. r?r~3b-tfie~S!ctitar Ballina ' filot. ' '* ?[Per favor of tiie iticnsVoiny Riveii TIeiialii.] Sir, — In your issue of the 4th instant, you lay it down jus a principle, that no 'JiyVjVec can.be. a law reformer, and you use tins ( as , tliei .only reason why the electors'shouM refuse me their support. ^lam sorry that yoii should have ;ao. far ^jfoi'gott^n the teaciiings of the pnst, and ^are.so ohlivious of current events as to I micli a ..fallacious aphorism: '.|()iie( would -have ..thought, that consider ing tliojgreat .amount required to be'dohe in , -Legislative, reform, that: the presenco of ; a fevy ;lnwyers in the new i Parliamerit ^ould , Love, been fraught, with good! i«su,lte- 1 _ iThat, certainly i has : -beeir the' MBxperieJ9ceiof the past, i The only ? ^orkj of magnitude in the way of 'law.roformj ttin j inoderu i times, : carried ' isuCcessfulyj through, Jbyia layman, is the '.Torrons' ; Act.'. .called ,in- i this .colony tho ''!!Rcali jjP^gperiiynAct.' J...

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Religions Memoranda. BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

. Religions Memoranda. Baptist Church. 27 — Pimuoo, II a.m. ; Wardell, 3.30 p.m. ; Broadwater, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Thos. Llewel lyn. 27 — Oakland, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m ? Supply. * PbESBVTERIAN ClIUBOH OF N.S.W. 27 — Woodburn, 11 a.in. ; Codrington, 3. SO p.m. — Rev. J. 8. Soott. WepLBYAK ChOBOK. . 27— Wyrallah. 11 a.m. ; Gundurimba, (Mr. Montgomery's vacant house), 3 P-m. ; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Freak. C. Boyer. 27 — Tomki, 11 a.m. ; Irvington, 3 p.m. ; Casino, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Jas. H. Lewin. 27 — Cowlong, 11 a.m. ; Alstonville, 3 p.m.— Mr. Jones. ...??? 27 — Bexhill, 3 p.m. — Mr. Robert Arthur. j 27 — Meerschaum, 11 a.m. — S. 27— Bungawalbyn, 2.30 p.m, — Exhorter (A).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

? J tiengral* Notices. .. . ! ' ? -'? ' liophi'bhiorit'ftf 1 'Limits,' ' 1 i I M. :Sydnoy,18th January, :1 887. 1 €IU)\V!V H!V» »AI.-15.' ' j ATTI'jNTI PN. is invited -to a sale 'to bo Ik 1(1 at tho Lund Oflleo, Onsiiio, on 2nd ;Mnyuhi '1887,' ooirtpriWng portions Ol.to G3,,iaii to 134J area 40 iiorpH to 113 acres 2 rbods ; upsot prico £1 on to £] 1 lis pot' aero. Comities Rotis nod RieUinond.; I'imsUea Fairy Mount hiid 'West Coviiki . poi'tioua 0,1 to. 08. Situated- about 24 miles uorthoVly from tho town of Casino, fronts ing Horse-shoo Creok, and portions 133 to 134 forfeited i Conditional Purelihecs of Thomas' Yabsloy., ,H . ,!. ' ? For further partionlai'sisoo C az lo'CTE of 24tli December.', 1SSG, No. 737, ftt Polioo .Cjflloo or! looal Laud OBko. '' '' i. j ? : ! .??' 'CHARLES OLIVER, ; ; ', ??-.?.!! !:\i t.i i ' ^Uiular-Soo.-otavy. ; ; .. J- F. o .1 A: L n'^FT^e! Mit. W. A'/NQBLB,'' Oon'oral !Xgoiit, . is; authorised to rocoivo' lidvQr.tisohionta .arid subscribers !riaiAes, oi...

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The Last Milk the Richest. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

. The Last Milk the Richest. Why the first milk drawn from a cow at each milking it the -- poorest, and why that drawn last, the 'strippings,' U the richest, has been the subject of Dr. Sturtevant's and Professor Arnold's organic*, and together they seem to have given the true reasons. Professor Arnold first says it is not' because the cow's udder is like an open vessel, in which the cream can rise, but their is no such thing as a backward motion to milk or any of its elements after it has once started from the point of formation, but that the ducts converge into the one in the teat. Dr. Sturtevant says that the heavier, more liquid part of the milk will move through (he milk tubes more easily than the solid and lighter portion, much on the principle, we suppose, that a pebble would move downward in a tube of running water faster than the water, and that accounts for part of the result. ?Professor Arnold says that in addition to this cause the fat of lhe inilb, after it has passed t...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

CABLEGRAMS, LONDON, Tuesday. Further particulars about the sunken ship Kapunda state that she was struck about tho foro rigging. Tho carpenter, one seaman, and 7 immigrants jumped overboard. Ada Melmore aud 6 others were saved by boats : also the mate, Cottoroll, after being, in. the water, two hours. The British troops? will not be with drawn from Egypt ilintil it is able to defend itself. The Irish Land Commission recom mend a revision of rents every 5 years, and granting a large advance to tenants. The Government will not cause the Governor of Fiji to intervene in Tongan affairs 'till authentic news has been received. LONDON, Wednesday. In the elections in Germany the Govern ment have a majority of 69. The Socialists and Radicals lost heavily. In the provinces the Government have been defeated everywhere and throughout Alsaci. It is the opinion in Vienna that the elections are unfavourable to the maintenance of peace, through Russia inciting France to make war against Germany. Th...

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Victorian Naval Defences. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Victorian Naval Defences. Tns. ^military and naval authorities at Melbourne have devised a concerted plan of operations in the event of any attack upon the colony by a hostile force. The details of the j scheme of defence have been thoroughly, digested, and the full power of the naval and' military armaments could be brought to bear upon an assailing force without delay. The positions, to be taken by the vessels of the. naval squadron, the torpedo boats, and the extemporised war vessels, the spots at which submarines mines are likely to prove most effective, the distribution. of artillery between the various fort*, the places at which the land force# . would be assembled, and commissariat matters, have all been arranged. The supply of ammunition is abundant, and in a few hours everything would be in readiness 'for aotion. Sydney Referee.— We are in reoeipt of a copy of this paper, whioh, as its name ira Slfes, deals mainly with sporting matters, and i ably edited by.; Mr. Edward Ell...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. .J ' SYDNEY, Tuesday, j The ? tender of Messrs.' Gabriel and M'Morrine for the erection of -the Coraki Court, House lias b^en accepted. CASINO, Wednesday. The Land Board sittings-commenced here on Friday, and concluded to-day. In the case Penrose v. Goodrich, a complaint to the effect that the latter was dummy. , for , the : owners - of Tubulam [Station, a number of witnesses were examined by the Board, which decided that the evidence had not substantiated the oharge and dismissed the complaint, allowing £39 10s legal and other expenses to defendant. Mr. Nome.ably conducted the defonce, and Mr. Foott left no stone untiirnetf to prove complainant's, case. Steady rain bus set in. A:ll sorts of moves are being made to securo the defeat of Mr. Ewing and tho election of Mr. Barrio. It is still believed Crouch is safe, and thero will bo a close run botweeu Ewing and Barrie. It is not thought Lo|-ez will havo any show, SYDNEY, Wednesday. So far roturns givo Waddell and Willis ...

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POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

POLL1MG DAY. To-morrow each voter in the Richmond River Electorate will have an opportunity of recording' his vote in favor of the election to Parliament of two gentlemen I to represent the Richmond Electorate. Numerically we are rich in candidates, having two more than can possibly bo elected ; politically we are poor, two out of the number being political neophytes, the one only renowned for an attempt to tax stallions, the other a village Hampden whose voice has never been heard outside the hamlet he has vegetated in until he has got well into the era of the ' sere and yellow leaf.' The names of the four candidates whose fates will be settled by the ballot box to-morrow are — Messrs. T. T. Ewing, F. G-. Crouch, J. Barrie, and R. E. De B. Lopez. The former gentleman has been, in conjunction with Mr. Hogan, a faithful representative of the residents of this electorate for some time, and notwithstanding his youth and inex perience when he stepped into the political arena, he has pro...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tho Manager Clarence River and North . ' Coast Farmers'Assooiation, Limited.) SYDNEY. TiroESDAY. 6 p.m. -? Maize, 4s 6d. Eggs, la 4d. Pigs, 4d, and scarce.

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ELECTION DODGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

ELECTION DODGES. A cause must be essentially bad when it requires bolstering up by cowardly, anonymous, and untruthful attacks on opposition candidates, and in an enlight ened community the result thereof is to very considerably lessen whatever chance the candidates fathering such vile acts may previously have had. The first untruthful dodge was the fowarding of telegrams by Mr. Barrio's committee to the leading Catholic residents stating that that gentleman had Mr. Hogan's warmest support. The objeot of this is easily apparent, and although Mr. Barrie denied it on tbe stage, we venture to think there was not a man in the hall, excepting two but believed that he was at all events cognisant of the tenor of them. As this course of procedure on the part of Mr. Hogan, after sending the first intimation of his retirement to Mr. Crouch, appeared altogether foreign to the straightforward tactics of the former gentleman, a telegram was sent to him informing him of the circumstance, when he ...

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