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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents) TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Coi-rcspondeuce. [The Editor does not Jiold himself responsible 'lor opinions expressed by correspondents.) TO THB EDXTOB OF THE RICHMOND ltlVBB HEBALD . Sib, — We havo beoh told over and over again by the Bo-oalled Free-trade oaadidates that tlio elevation or depression of any industry does not alter tho price of labour ; also that Amerim-. through her protective policy is going to tho devil generally. Imprimis.. Tho S. M. Hebai/d is tho apostle of Free-trade (at present). Secondly, in . its columns of the 12th instant, ni_d in its ' Ainorican Letter ' oocur tho following romarkahlo contradictions to tho rabid clap-trap ' tho Freotrado candidates would thrust ' down our throats. Tho writer says: — 'There lias been a heavy fall iu tho stock market, owing to tho sudden prominouco of the Intcr-stato Commorco Bill, and perhaps, also, because very heavy puroliases havo beon mado iu Europo for investment. The great speculators at homo .saw a chanto to inalco monoy by a downward turn, whi...

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 — 25 February 1887

. . , Special Adverti»ement». [An extra charge of 20 per cent made for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] JJ E D I O A L. P. a. COM IVOR, M.B., M. Cn., Edinburgh University, may be consulted at Xobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, fST EVERY TUESDAY. ? ' JfUNQUAM DORMIO.' THE §Uc|mi0ttfr gifar Hmrlir, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki every Friday Mobhixo. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887.

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 — 25 February 1887

rno THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN ?'!JL--- 1 tlio Richmond Rivor District. r JOHN. SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers* ''f Until' further notice tho Favourite PaBRongor ' Stsiimora .HELEN NICOLL and AUSTRA LIAN will, run hs follows : — 'Tlio 8.h.;; HELTON, NICOLL, Captain R.. A., Fr,nsbr, , Ibavtog ''Sydney ' . SATURDAY ? NIGUTS, at. !) o'clock. Leaving .Grafton WKDNt';spAY MORNINGS, at G o'.olook, ?-/The r.r. AUSTRALIAN, Oiiptriiti II. 0 Chudl 'lei^h, ' If living- Sydney TUT5 S3) JV.Y jiivi.NlGHTS, lit flVolobk. 1 Iieiiviug' Grnitbu 1 *'- SATURDAY'MORNINGS, at 5.'30 o'olobk'. '-' ' Q3T Theso'fttoamcriV cinll ftj&'uliirljr at Ircncc; Hcuky Mouth, and TTarivnod Island, for ? paRMDngers ' ? Bjr ' 'tlio ' 'Casino,' ' Wo6db'unij't' '[and Swan Bay Cpaolics. . -?? f'a'K'E ;s- ! 'I' - 1 'Saloon— Singlo,l';V, '.'J .'.V.'dB2 '0^,0'. ' , ? ??»»- ? 'JWtuin oitli'v; «?' ' Stoferago^baoh wayj,'...i;.j«'- 1 1' 9,1 'avaijabiq by, either Steamiir/ . .J..',-. -..'1 ?» -1 ? *.»'!?-/-*$!$ SEEitindjQOJI...

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

Important Notice. Thk following important r.otice has jutt been gazetted : —Under and by virtue of the powers conferred upon as by the Navigation Acts of 1871-1881, we, the Marine Board of New South Wales, hereby make the following regulation, mat is to say, — we order and direct that on and after the 1st day of June next every sea-going and limited coasting steamer, before being entitled to a passenger certificate from the Marine Board of New South Wales, shall, for every passenger allowed by her cer tificate and for every officer and every member of the crew on her articles, be provided with an efficient life belt, which shall be so placed on board to the satisfaction of the Shipwright Surveyor or other inspector to the said board, as to be easily accessible in time of danger; and it shall be the duty of the said surveyor or pther inspector at the time of survey, and at such other time as may be necessary, to see that the omcer* and crews of all steamers hold ing New South Wales c...

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 — 25 February 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals. February 22— Tweed, a., Captain Tullooh, from Sydney. Passengers— Mesdames Patnh atd Andrews ; Hr. Friend, Dr.' Tommill. For the Tweed — Mrs Lowers ; Messrs. Honeman, Lowers, Stanley, Brigdora, Tackeroll, Jeffries. Cargo, 260 tons general merchandise. Left 8vdnev at U D.m. on the 16th. arrived off the bar at 11.20 a.m. on the 20th, crossed in at 6 p.tn.; and arrivod at Coiaki at midnight. B. B. Niooll, agent. Tebraary 22. — Coraki, s., 350 tons, Captain Puetanu, , from . tho Clarenoe River. Crossed Clarence Bar February 21st at 4 p.m., arrived at~°Ballina February 22nd at 7.30 a.m., Paawn gen) —Mr. and Mrs. BulUvant and ? family. ' Tlia steamer Coraki, 100 Ions, belonging to the O. aud R. R. S. N. Co., anchored inside Capo Moreton on Sunday, and came up the river on Monday. Captain Postans reports 'encountering terrible heavy woather, severe gales, and on'y saved the vessel with tho greatest difficulty. He found it impossible to enter the , Clarenoe ...

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

General Notices. PI REWARD.— Lost from Coraki,' oil ov'i tho 19th- February, -supposed to have gone towards Casino, one. BAY MARE, branded {j on noar shoulder. Both hind fetlocks white. Shod all rokind. Tho aboyo reward will be paid on delivery to J. G. BAIlZER, Coraki. LOST in .tho lato flood, a number of OATTLE, amongst '.which are two red Devon Steers, branded VMBon near rump ; one dark roan Steer 33 on near ribs ; spotted Bull (yellow and white) J P over g on near rump ; and others branded 0 g on near rump. Also, one. red poley Bul lock, branded Cg on near rump. Any person sending information or delivonng any of the above will be rewarded. THOMAS MARSH, Tatham. TEN SHILLINGS _ REWARD.— Lost from Tatham during the flood, one red poley Bullock, branded Cg on near rump. The above reward will be given for such information as .will lead to the recovery of the same, or on delivery to the undersigned. G. STOCK, Tatham. QORAKI AMATEUR TURF OLUB. A Special Meeting of the members of the a...

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Letter-carriers and Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

lietter'-carriers aud Dogs. What niay happen .to a letter-carrier in Victoria is shown by a case reported in the: Melbourne papers. One of these useful functionaries went to a' houso at Prahran to deliver letters, when a large dog attacked hnn and tore his coat from the throat to the elba\v.' ' The /owner of the dog would give him ho satisfaction, so he sued-him for damages arid got a Verdict; whether, he .gbt .the :i money as well ,as,f, yio''j.vorii9lti'',*:is, .hot, : stated; Anpther'letter^carrierj.i'W.bose duty; took 'him to the same place, showed moro dis cretion-^-and; saved', his'coab as well as his skin. He went-totlie house, looked at the animal, ,and seeing that be was ?not i regarded tfitii ' a frieridly. bye, he retreated; taking with liim the letters, Which, he returned ? to , the post-office;, marked ' Not delivered, on account . of an., iinchained dog.'-: This was quite right. People who keep ferocious beasts about their premises do not deserve to get letters,

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Mr Barrio at Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

i Mr, Rarrle at Coraki. Mb. Bariuu addressed tho doctors at Coraki on Friday evening last. Mr. M. Dorun ooouplod tho chair, and introduced tbocandidate, Tho audionoo was a vory fair ono. Mr. Bahmh said ho would not take up tho timo of tho audionoo by any preliminary observations, but in the tntnmntii nf t.t,» institutions under which they lived it wan necessary that some ono should offor himself for the suffrages of those whom businws.it was to eleot a oandidat*. He would be glad to give them somo exposition of the views he held on the questions on whioh members would be sent in to Parliament. But, before prooeeding to explain tins* views, be would refer to something in the local paper to the effect that Mr. Hogan was not giving him his support. He, tho speaker, was not in a position to say he was, although he had given Mr. Hogan his firmost support when he was oleoted, but perhaps tho writer know moro of his, the speaker's, mind than ho did biinsolf. He did not conic, there as tho ...

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LAWRENCE J. C. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

LAWRENCE J. C. ANNUAL RACES. Thbsk races, whioh had boon postponed owing to tho wretchedly inclement stato of tho weathor, oamo off on Saturday last, when tho attendanco was rathor meagre, owing to a variety of oauses. The following (which wo tako from tho Clarence Examines) aro tho events contostcd : — .Two-year-old Handioap, of 10 sovs., with a sweep of 10s from starters to go to the Sooond horse, for two-year-olds that liavo novor won o prize up to tho time of ontranco. Penalty for winning thoreafter, 51bs ; twioo or moro 71bs— not aooumulutive. Distance, J-niilo. Mr. O. Pago ns b o Omagh, 2 years, Julian Avenal — Astarto, 8-2 , , R. Burkhardt 1 Mr. J. . Pinkertou's b g Strangor, 2 yra, by Osman — Luoy, 7-10 (including Ribs over) ? ? H. Crawford 2 Mr. F. W. Hiokson's br o Inolando, 2 yrs, by Orlando, 6-8 ? ? ..P. Manning 3 Traveller, Vixen, and Proctor also startod. Won liy half a-lougt!i. Soiling Raco of 15 sovs., for all horses. Dis tance 5- mile. Winnorto bo ndIiI f«r f.l ? mi...

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

Sporting Menu.'/' I Tho Richmond Rivor will bo reprosentod at tho Glon Innos Racos by Fcodom, Winnio, Butterfly, Tomki, Barney, Fair Ellon, Young Osman, Lavendor, Ajax, Loinstor, B.Y.,Eloho, Bonnio Beo, Casino. Ilanlan thinks of coming to Australia in Juno, with Tecmor, Ross, Loo, and Ten Eyck. Tho following aro tho woights awardod to Riohmond Rivor horses for tho Glon Innos events : — Annexation Handicap — Lavender 7-7, Young Osman 7-5, Butterfly 6-11, Winnio 6-8, Tomln 6-2, lolando 6-0. The Cup — Aiax 7-9, Leinster 7-3, Freedom 6-10, Butterfly 6-3. Furracabad Stakes— Lwender .7-4, Young Osman 7-2, Butterfly 6-8, Tomki 6-0. Dibbir Plato — Ajax 7-12, Leinster 7-8, Froodom 7-0, Butterfly 6-6, Eloho 6-4, Tomki 6-0. Presid ents' Purso— Loinstor 8-10, Butterfly 7-7, Winnio 7-4, Tomki 6-12, lolando 6-10.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Trustees. — The following gentlemen have been appointed trustees of tneland at Lismore' dedicated as a site for a Hospital :- — Messrs. James Baillie, Archibald Currie, and James Barrie, ?

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

Result of the Elections. Tbe following is a list of the members who have been returned to Parliament during this election, up to date : — Goulburn — Wm. Teeoe, unopposed. ' Parramatta — Hugh Taylor, unopposed. St. Leonards — SirH. Parkes and J. E. Ives, unopposed. Balmaiu — Garrard, Smith, Hawthorne. The Glebe— Dr* Wilkinson, Chapman. Newcastle — Ellis, Fletoher. Newtown — Foster, Gibbes, Hawken. ? ? ? Redfern— Sutherland, Farnell. Sohoy, Stephen. East Sydney- -Burdekin; Reid, M'Millan, Street South Sydney — Riley, Wise, Withers, Toohey. Wost Sydney — Abigail, ltethol, Morriman, O'Connor. Grafton— John See, unopposed. Nepoan — Lees. The Huntor— J. F. Burns, unopposed. Boorowa — T. M. Slattery, unopposed. Kiaraa — Angus Cameron, unopposed. West Maitland — R. W. Thompson. The Hume — Lyne, Hayes. Paddington — Neild, A, Allen, Triokett. Bathurst — Cortis. Orange — Dalton, Clarke. Hastings— Roberts, Young. Patriok's Plains — Gould, unopposed. The Gwydir — Hassall, unopposed. New England ...

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

Public Meeting, A public meeting was held in the School of Arts on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of taking some steps to have the road from Coraki to Casino redoemed from its present disgraceful and almost impassable state. The chair was occupied by Mr. G. Jofferies, aud aftor some discussion Mr. M. Duran moved, and J»r. w. feullivan seconded, — ' That tho special attention of the Road Superintendent ho called to the disgraoeful stato of the main road from Coraki to Codrington and Casino, especially the former portion, its coucition being such that it ia rendered ordinarily impassable, and quite so to children going to and from school, and, there being no other road available, urging on him the necessity for something being immediately done towards its repair.' The motion was carried unanimously. _Mr. F. Clifford moved and Mr. Hugh Livingstone seconded that the foregoing resolution be at once forwarded to the Road ^Superintendent. The motion was oarried unanimously. Mr. W. ...

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

Hrlcf Mention. Famell iB spoken of as a probable Speaker. A plague of crickets on the Manning. Fairfield is now in the Tentorfiuld district. Polling on Saturday, to-morrow, from 8 until 4 o'clock. Roll up and be in time. The Tomki was off tho bar last night, and will cross in this morning. London is nutting tho scrow on the borrowing proclivities of Colonial Governments. Alstonville and Rous vote straight for Ewing and Crouch. New Zealand cats at 2s a bushel are swamping the N. S. W. farmers' moise. The waves washed clean over the south bench at the heads, during tho late gale. A £15 Shoffiold Handicap will bo run for at Cudgen Scrub, on 12th March. Aldorman Wiuton has been elected Mayor of Ballina. How can a man bo a Free-trader nnd support ad valorem or any other duties P Free-trndo for N. S. Wales, with other COLONIES PROTECTED simply mOiUlH llUIN. Tender for Comki Court-house gono to strangers. Of course. More Free-trade. Heavy floods at the Hastings ; lots of maize, pumpkins &a...

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Sticking up the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

' : Sticking up the Mail. :. \ i^FOiti^T}d»iwi^JreteiVip4 by 'tbe Postal' authorities Sydney that the .mailman ,o£ the , Cudgellico, coach had been stuck up, andithe mailbags.rifled. '? The particulars-' of tlie affair, so far as thoy have come .to hand, are contained in a report from the postmaster, W. G. Dent, of Whitton, ' which is as follows : — ' Mailman of late Cudgellico coach stuck up three miles this side of Rankin's Springs, and robbed of mailbags. Driver states that he was getting down to lead the coach through a gateway, when he was called' npon by an armed man, wearing a mask, to deliver up the mail bags. He tried to parley with him, but without avail. Ho then drove on to Mount Elliott, where he left his coach and horses, and rode into Whitton, and reported the matter to the police. I immediately informed the police, and instructed the mailman to return to Mount Elliott and fetch on mail from there and Mount Ida nnd roadside, so as to be in , time for Sunday's mail. The...

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An Electioneering Dodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

An Electioneering Dodge. I In reply to a telegram sent to Mr. Hogan, in reference to telegrams sent to the leading Catholio residents of Coraki, &o., by Mr. Barrie's Committee, Btating that gentleman was giving Mr. Barrie : his warmest support, the following has been reoeived by Mr. F. Clifford : — ? 'Have not interfered in any way either directly or indireotlv in the present election, further than what appeared in print in the Richmond River Herald. — P. Hogan, Susaex-st., Sydney, February 21at, 1887.'

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A Fifty Days' Fast. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

[?] M^Hi/atti, who concluded his , fifty days' fast a week- ago, -is slowly recovering; this flesh anil his('pp\ve,rs. of digestion,, but he Hits stili'to be .veryi cautious .in the ichPice ojt food. . ((He jyas reduced to such ti.^tato of emaciation; , that persons -who attended the banquet given- in, his honour on the day that he broke liis fast declare , that as he walked into the room on the arm of a doctor, they could ' hear his knee joints scrape together, like those of a skeleton. Perhaps imagination helped tho ears a little. At any rate, he was in a pitiable condition. It is said that ladies fell in love with him during his foolish experiment, and cast their hearts and fortunes . at his feet. , When ho returns to beefsteaks like an ordinary, mortal their admiration will possibly evaporate.. It is not all gold that glitters, even in the eyes of a man who has van- j quished his stomach. Succi has now ibeen fasting about three weeks.. Pans will take no further interest in him u...

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The Working Classes and Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

The WorktiiK classes and Protection. Constant attempts are made (writes the Mel bourne Aoe) in New South Wales to show that manufacturing industries have sprung up there without the aid of Protection. 'We have already,' says one speaker, vaguely, '128 distinot varieties of manufactories established in New bouth Wales.' Tho mode in whioh the list of ' manufactories' is made up is by counting every blacksmith's and carpenter's shop, but the intercolonial trade returns show that Victoria supplies a vast quantity of manufactured goods to the neighbouring colony, besides supplying her own wants while few articles of New South Wales manu facture are sent here. If New South Wules can flourish as a purely pastoral country, and is oontent to receive her manufactured- goods from this colony, Victorians have ample cause to rejoice ; but it is to be feared that, without greator variety of employment, provision cannot long be made for the growing popula tion. That the working classes will turn t...

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A Strange Disease in Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

' in Strange Disease In Chide. I An oxliau'stivo report (says tho Melbourne Atjc) lias been furnished to tho I\tii|istel'' of ' Agriciiltt^ic ' by ' W. ' T/' Keinlallj, vetorinary. surgeon, upon a disease which has inadli'its'lippcaran'cp ,aniong ,catt][o in the 'We^erh.'district,, aiid lectilly known as ' rickets.','/ Mr. Kendall,' it, appears; iit'tho request of' tho G|'oy6rriment, visited tlio : 1 localities in, wliich' tho disoaso preVails,' and.!riot only inspected animals b'nfleririg frdiri tlio outbreak, ,but mado 'poBt-riibrtem ' exaiiiinatioiis on several that djed therefrom. From . what lie 'observed 'theire is an iniij'ortant annlogy 'betwebh1 tlio diseaso' an'd .the so-called stringlialt in horses, the latter' in his o'j'iiriibii havitig its .origin 'in the blood. Tt' 'is ' wrbiigly' called '.''rielcets,' and lias bbcii1 'Jcnbwii''iu the clist'rict in question for the lasVlS'oV 20 years, .'the malady lias^' lidivevbr/ noycr' .'Caused: . so much 'mbrttilifcy ^''during 'th...

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The German Army Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

The German Army Bill. . ' In the courso of his speech in the Ger 'tri^uviRe'iSligEag T6!i' 'lbe'Arfiiy''Binj'Twnce'' Bismarck said.:— 'Our relations' with all the Powers tire of the 'best. : -Our' good relations with Russia are beyond all doubt. . I should- have considered entering upon! war on account of Bulgaria an act of treason against' my country. Wh&t is Bulgaria to us ? .It is all ' the same to Us whoever governs . theni; The friendship of '.Russia is surely more im portant., to us, than ; thut: of Bulgaria. ?We-; will ..not: allow ourselves to be induced by anyone' to rnake an enemy, of Russia for the sake. of : Bulgaria. To maintain . the good relations among the Powers is more difficult than you think, Our relations with France .continue good, but to maintain them is .difficult. We have' done everything to induce the French to forget, and forgive. We have no present ground . to apprehend war with France; neither have we any reason to fear' it. Under no ordinary cir...

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