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

' i ' fAmiuementa.? --»*?-. ?n A S T:E' R H O L I DAY ; FESTIVAL; ' v::. VILLAGE FAIR, , OLD ENGLISH SPORTS, FOOT RACING, ; FANCY BAZAAR, and Great Art Union DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZE! 8. Exhibition Grounds arid Buildings, &BA7T0N, 0LABENCE RIVER, ' 'i Monday, Tuesday, aad Wednesday - . IN . ; i . EASTER_WEEK. The Greatost and ' moat diversified EXHIBITION, SALE OF WORE, tod DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES oombiped with ATHLETIC and ENGLISH FAIR SPOILS ever held in Now South Waloa, IN AID OF THE Cathedral Building aud Or^an / iETiinds. i HRST PAT-EASTER.; MONDAY. ? ; . ' 1. The GROUNDS will be thrown open at 10 a.ih, . The Out-door Amusements, under the management of a special - Sports Committee, will inolude SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, and other FOOTRACING See special advertisement), MAT POLE, ANCING on the Greon, including Highland Fling and Hornpipes, SWINGS, Acrobatic Porformanoos, SHOW BOOTHS, PUNCH AND JUDY, and othor OLD ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS, &c„ &c. . , The Exhibition Buil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fast Ocean Steamers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Fast Ocean Steamers. Thb 'greyhound of the sea,' as the Alaska used to be called, has lost her pride of place, i A table compiled by the superintendent of j foreign mailt at New Yotk gives the hourly average of speed for all steamers engaged during the past five months in catrying ? the American mails to Europe.. This .. official record places that splendid .Cunarder, the Etruria, first, 'with an average of 17 knots an hour — remarkable time, truly, considering that the neriod include* some of the mnnf. t.nmn»itt: uous months in the year. But the Etruria is only a trifle ahead of the Umbria, another Cunarder, which come9 second, with an average of 16 8 knots, while no fewer' than 10 other steamers, iocluding the Alaska, have records of ovt'r 16 knots. But the avurage | would have been sonie what higher had the .time been taken from pilot to pilot, instead of from dock to dock, there always being some ! slackening Of speed :at the beginning - and, end of a voyage.- Even as matters Bt...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Flood in the Macleay. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

. Flood tn the Mfacleay. ; i Hkavt rain set in on Saturday , moroinff, and coutinuod until 7 a.p. on Sunday. , when 'it ;easodo9, slight shoWors falliug throughout tho day., Tho total ralufnll for tho ,24 hours ending 0 aW on' Suoday1 was 0.04 poitats; Tho Mnolony common cod to riso on! Saturday night, and roao rapidly all day yesterday, at tho rato of 12 inobos por hour. It: roaohod about' IS foot abovo tho uBiial lovel at ICempsby, but did not entor the town. It Waa 0 feet below tho highest flood mark. The water reached witliiu two feet of tho oavos of the Claronee and Riohmond Company's store. Soven Oaks Plain, Darkwater, and several otlior portions of the distriot wero complotoly submerged. ' Verge's drain, between Kemnsoy and Fredriskton, burst, doing a great doal of datnago to the maizo orop. ' There is no com munication with the upper part of tho river, on acoount of tho telegraph oonununtoatlon being interrupted. The Government punt, whioh tho Ajax had in tow, has eithor sun...

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 — 4 March 1887

SHIPPING INT 15 LLI G13N CE . i I .' ! '? I '! AmirvALs. *' ? \ Febninrv 25 — 1 TOMKT, s„ Cnpt.nin .Tvkson',' froni Sydney, Pnssomjers — MpscIhthok Intrlis, PnrVor. Ponrson, Stuff. Tomlins. Flnnnifr'n. Wilton, M L. ?tinnn : Misses Thompson. Davis, M'Lonnan : f upturn White ; Maseru .Orofton, Hudson, j T. Nolan, M. Nolan, Nicliolsni), Brnv, Davis. IVnrsott. Rrceke.nridge, Onhricj; Henderson, Fnsfnti, nnd 22 in tho stoorntro. Left. Svdiujv nt O.p nt. '.on the 22nd, arrived riff »t.« I, 4»._ It.. O ltl. ? .. ..1 III nn the '.'Stli nt 8 n.ni., nnd nrrived nt Cornki' nt. 8 n m. «nme dn-\ Cargo, 3.(10 tons gdiorol tnorohnndiso. February 28 — PLATYPUS. p., CnplJiin W. It. iNtlwmV from Sydnev. Cargo, 1 50 tons runl. and quant ity ironiTiil merchandise. Loft. Svdi.evnn t 1m 25tli. crossed in nt. 10 n.m. on tho 2Rth„ nnd nrtiynd nt, tlieGompany's^whlirf , Coraki, at 3 p.m. same day. f-;i(. '!??/ 1. ; ! l)KPAllTIiRKS.i ..-'1 '' February 28— TPJ.IKJ,.. fpr, Sydney. Crossed out. lit 10 n.m, Mnrr...

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 — 4 March 1887

Shipping1 Notice#. rpO'THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN JL tho Richmond Rivor District. - JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers. ® Until further not.ieo the Fa vonritoPasRcngcr Sfeamep HELEN NlCOIJi ; and' ' lAUSTitA- j LIAN will :ruu as follows : — . d The b.s7 .HELEN NICOLL; Captain & A. d ,'Frannr,, loaving Sydney SATURDAY NKITIT.S, lit 0 o'clock.' Lfcaviug Grafton 81 YVKDNESDAY JfOUNINCS, nt G'o'clock. ® The s.k AUSTRALIAN^ Captain H. C. Child- I leigb, leaving ' Sydney 'i' U E S D A Y . ?NIGHTS, at )► o'clock.' leaving' Grafton p ( SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 6. 30 o'olock. l{y Thorny steamers 'call regularly ntilia«t-; - reticc, Rocky TMouth, and Harwood Island, -for- H pnsschgorB by the Caaiuo, Woodburn, and ?/ Swan Buy Coaches. ' 11 ,? PAR ES- ? !?' f ' i 8aloon — Singlo ? .. £2 '0 0 ' ' Retuin ........'.i 8 1» 0 ' Stcorago— eiioh way 10 0 ^ HETUIlk TICKETS available by ojthcr t steamer.. . ii , . JOHN SEE fuid COMPANY. BR.'NICOLL'S LINE OF STEAMERS ' # ' WINNING ' ' '' ' TQ' AND FR...

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The Steamship Great Eastern. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

The litraniHhlp Great Eastern. . A bkoknt o.nblo mosaaero from London Btat-»d that tho Great Eastern had boon jiiirchased, and was to bo htto-l out for the Australian, trade. '' Haydn's Dictionary' gives .her length, 692 feet, more than double that of the Great Britain ; breadth, 83 feet ; ' light draught; ' 12.000 tons. She was designed by the late J; K; Brunei, and built' by Messors. Scott Busaoll, and i ;o.i ai: miuwaii. xno snip s original name was the Leviathan. On .the first attempt to launch her in Novomber, 1857, she struck on the ways, and was not got off till.., the January following. Her con struction exhausted tho capital subscribed, and a new company was formed to fit her for sea. Her first voyago was made in September, 1851), from Deptforr'. Off Hastings,' an explosion on board killed 10 firemen aud wounded many passengers, and she finally wintered in Southampton 'Water.' The Aiigus has collated the following information: — 'Tho first long voyage project d for her was ...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Rrli(ioiiN raeinoraiitla. : .1. ClirBCH of.Exolakd... . r,. March n — Rallina, 11 a.m. tind7..?0p. m.,; Bantisms. D p.m.. ' ? 13— Woodburn. 11 a.m. and 7.30 . p.m. ; Brondwnt^r. 3 p.m. . 20 i-iOornki.' Litany 'nnd ' t Fhlv Communion,;; 10 a.m. : Woodburn,. 3, p.m. — Hov. P. B.i Haviland ? ? \ . .. . , ^'*Wkst,Wvav Cnmfcn? March fi — WyraUah,- (ClhumJi 'Anniversary Sermon), 11 n.m. ; Wyrallah, 3.30 p.m. : Lismore, ,7. 30. n m. . , s . ,f j,,, 9 Wyt-nllah.Chnroh Anniversary Toa aiid' Puljlin Meetitiir. . , . .. . : J , ' 1 .3 'Meerschaum, 1 1 a.m.' Alitonyille, 3'p.m. C:wl-iiiW '(Lord's' Snppdr)', 7.30' p.'m.^Rpv. tVeiflk./C. Boydr. ''t ', 6— Lismfire: 11 'a;m. ; Trvingtonj .a.SO' p.m. ;' Casino, 7.30 p.m. 13 — Casino, 11 a.m. ' Irvinctpi), . 2.30 p.m, Lism'ore.' 7.30 ri.m.1— Tli'vl '.T:is\ H. LpWib! ' ]3~yfyfalbih,'lj n.mV— Mr S. T. Northcot'. '. 6 — MeerxehnnrYi,' 3 p;m,— Mr. .Tones. : 6 — Dunoon, 2.30. p.in.— Mr. Robert Arthur 6 — Pimlico, 1 1 a.m..: 'Alstonyillq, 3 p.m. — S. 13 — ...

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Very Much married. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

i:i': Very JIuch Married. ?William Jones Sargent, , died at the state :Asylum, Kalamazoo, Mich., on November 23, where ho was incarcerated fori several weeks for a peculiar mania; He was one of ., the most noted; bigamists tliis-country -ever saw, but was not much heard about until his arrest at. Jackson; iviicmgan, wuere ne 'naa marriea a young woman' :' for his ?' twenty-sixth wife. Sargent was a man of fine address, and was' well educated. 'His vocation, that of. a com mercial traveller, gavp. him peculiar advantages to gratify liis ' remarkable mania. . He had bee^i in trouble twice previous to, his final arrest, i,but he managed, to clear himself. ? : At the time of his last arrest his ? conduct led to .belief that he was insane and he was sent to the asylum. .After his incarcera tion the full story cariie out. ' It was learned that .he had had wives and chilclren(l-i(.the.8CQre. in. this and .other states, and that no less thari il unsus pecting girls had married him in Canada...

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The Barrier Island Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

The, Barrlfer iHland Murder. Caffhey and Penn, the perpetrators of the murder at the Great Barrier Island, suffered the extreme penalty of the law within the precincts of Mount Eden gaol on Monday morning. The two men had of late been attentively devoted to religious exercises, and' appeared penitent and resigned to their fate. When Drought from their cells they stood firmly upon tho fscanoia, ana tnougn tnoy never sppse, tnoy kissed each other j list before the fatal bolt I i\ wait drawn. The exeoution was very f i skilfully performed, /' the rope scaroely ' shaking after the drop, and death appeared I ?: ineach case to be instantaneous. The confessions of the men, which have 1 been published, agree that they went to the | house of the murdered imau .Taylor .onlv | with the intention of abducting ' Mr?-' ( Seymour. - It was Penn who fired both-tne fatal shots, Caifrey firing two shots simply ( for the sake of intimidating him. Caffrey's revolver also olickod without discharging. 'A...

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Presentation to Captain H. Creer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

j 'Presentation to Cajptalu 1 . ; i ; ... Il.Crcer. CXrTAiN CueebJ of the pilot steamor C|iptain ( Cook (fpr .many years miwter of tlie ^ Agnes Irving ' and , ' City , of ^Gra,^fpn who rendered most' effoc-1 tiyo service in ' connection witli the officers and crew of the Centurion immediately before she foundored off North Head, and has on other occasions i. _ 1 ? .1 ? ? it. acceaiina prauBewortii/ manner, was vao recipent from the hands of the President of the Marine Board of a gold watch and massive albert guard. The watch which has . a chronometer balance, was manufactured' by the American Elgin Company, and it and the chain were purchased out of funds which, by con sent, of . the Government, may be expended .in such a way. Captain Hixson, . in making the presentation, observed that an intimation had already been made to the two boats' crews who -assisted in the rescue of the crew of the Centurion that they wonld receive a .money reward. The watch and chain had been selected as a...

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

Important Suggestion. If' Dr. Cantani, of Naples, having in tnind I the fact that the bacillus of consumption I is destroyed when other bacteria aro grown S in: the same soil, has proposed to eradicate ; consumption by introducing into tho ! system other bacilli which are injurious only to the germs of the disease.* If an j organ of the body be attacked by a bacillus g- aangerous to human life, be. would mtro 1' duce auother.hannless '-tq man, but fatal: to the destructive bacillus. In the case of l a consumptive patient, Dr. Cantani intro | duoed a harmless organism known as the j Bacterium termo, and found that the ii BacilliistubehcumsI: gradually disap peared from the patient's expieotorations. j The wido-epead desolation wrought by I consumption is more than 'sufficient to urge. ? the .strongest effort on 'the part of the t medical fraternity to discover a successful | treatment. It may be possible that thiB 1 suggestion will bear fruits of the greatest I importanoe. I 7 ? ? ? ...

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A Neat Retort. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

'?A'^al-Hetort.'1'1;7- H GoyERNOR Brough was once matched agains^Corwih in an election for Congress^ arid] iri ' the riiidst of his speech, Said,— 'Gentlemen^ ? my honoured ' opponent' himselfji! while .he preaches. advocacy of liorpe industry}, , has a carriage at home wljj^h ,hfi got (in England— had it shipped acrosa the ocean, to him. How' is that' Uiuuau y iiuu labour?' When Cor win came on the stand, he made a? - ' great ' show of e'mba|fafsg(ipn^.;stammered, and began slowly, 'Well, gentlemen, you have lieard; wh^t.piy ; friend Mf'. J3ro.ug|i has to say of my carriage. I plead 'guilty to' the, chvge, ;and have only two things, to say; in. my defence. I The first is , that the, carriage came' to' me from an English ancestor as an heirloom, and £ had to takb t iti ' Again, I haSre not used' it for seven' years, arid it has been'standirig . iri my .all: jtha^ .. Wihj^-^aaS the' cjiickens* liave converted it into . a roost;. Now, gentlemen' — with a steady look at 'j Brough— r'f ...

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Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition. The following persons have been ap pointed a JEldyal Commission for tho purpose of promoting, the success of the forthcoming J ubilee Exhibition which is to 'be': held' at 'Adelaide this year H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge, The Duke of Manchester, The Marquess of Normanbv. The Earl of Boseberv. The (Earl of ' Carnarvon, The Earl of Duri rayen, The Earl 'Granville, The 'Viscount Cross,-. K.G.C.B; Principal Sec. of State] 'for India, The Baron Thring, K.B., The' Hon. Edward Stanhope, Principal Sec. of State for/ the 'Colonies,! Sir James Fergusson, Bart., K.GTC.M.G:, &c., rUnder Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs, Sir Herir^ T. Holland, Bart., K.G.C.M.G., Y.P. of jCpuncil;. Education, Sir John' Rose, Bart,' K.G.C.M.G., Hon; C. W. Fremantle, C.B., Sir Frederic Leighton, Bart;, President'of the Royal Academy, Sir HichUrd :0 wjenj Kt. K.C^B., Sir F. P. Cunliffe-0 weti, K.'C.B.K.C.M.G.C.I.E., Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Knt. K.C.S. of Ii'O.BJ MJD;,' Sir J...

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

4'oraM Amateur Turf Club. ? | A .meeting of tho mombers of this' Club [ was hold at Mobbs' Commercial Hotel ' on Satiird'ny evening last ' There wns a vtiry fair attondanco.und tho chair was occupied by tho Prosidont, (Mr. W. L. Murphy). It was oxplatn6d-that the:bbjeobbf tho mooting was to cotisidor tho advisability of postponing the races and' after considerable' disouMum. it was 'moved bv : Mr. M. Doran, and socondod by 'Mr.' W. Walsh,—' That, considering the bad state of tho courso. and roads in tho district, on account of tho recent floods, . &c,, it .is dosirablo ' that tho racos advertised to take pluco ou tho 17th March be Ubandonod for this year.' Tho motion was put aud carried unani mously. Tho Secretary was iustructod to ad vertise in tho local paper to that effect, also to pay accounts incurred, and to huud back mem ber's foos and nominations paid this year. The mooting theii closed.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Oltlclal Correifitandence.i TilU following fatter, addressed .to Mr.,F, , Clifford, is published for po'nbrnl inforn'ia- ! tion: — ' Roada Offlao, Casino, 20th Febru ary, 1887.— Sir',— Iri roply to your1 lottor of tho 2-lth instant, roapoctitig tlio state of tho road from Coraki to Codringtoii, I bog to soylhit thn'gi'ontor part of: tins \'section- of tho road, as now uaod, is not tho Govornmont surveyed main1 road. Mr. SurvoViit llilrliiigVliud lo'ti.ivfatl itiatructiortst to open tho(p/-op-)r-roiid,aii-l hiui .p^oinisod to go with ilin i'md do ho. \Vlion tho' road is definitely wot out, mid thoru uro funds at my-disposal 'I will atonco call toiidora for tho moat nocoasury requiromonta. ? J. think, you will; .uudorataiid : that, I auiumtblo to expend any monoy ou any but a ulassifiod roodi-y-I dm, ? &o.| ' 1'. J: Oheffins;' Road1 Superintendent.'

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Synod of Eastern Australia, THE CASE OF THE REV. D.M'INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Synod of Eastern Australia, f TitE Case of the Be v. D. M'Innes. (The Synod met at 10 a.m. on Saturday, v February 12. Tho case of tho Eov. D. ;i M'Innos being resumed, it was moved by '{? tho' Rev.' G. Ii: Groig, and socohded by I the Rev. D. K. M'lntyro, as follows : — ' A In -view of the position in which tho Rev. / Duncan M'lnnes has placed himself, and I in consideration of all tho papors laid upon 1 ! thn tol.ln nt tt-n ml ' i-nl n ti tta ♦ « 1,!= nnan the Synod aro constrained reluctantly to doclaro. and do hereby now declare, the Rev. Duncan M' Iunoe, of Maclean, as no lougor a minister of tho Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia. And, further, if tho Rov. Duncan M'lnuea should cease his antagonism to this Church, and uiaiiifost sorrow for his piist action, the Synod will-give duo consideration to any cpplication which ho may lay before it for ro^Mlmissiori.'-' ? This: motion 'was 'agreed to.1' Tho motion and amendment of the previous sedoriiiit wont 1.0 farther m actual...

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

Fairfield. From a Fairfield correspondent wo loam that Hooton, Lyons and party have stiuok richer gold than ever. Their last returns from Sydney Mint wore Host. 5dwt. gold, and 3Joa. silver to the ton. Tho Now Zea land Co., adjoining the abovo, are also get ting very rich st-ine. Threo more claims had been taken up during the week. Tho manager of tho Adoline Co.. Fair fiold, reports as follows : — 'Owing to the sovore wot weatcer wo havo Had since commencement of year, it has boeii impos sible to get stone out of cuttings, and quite useless putting a pick or shovel in tho ground, which is liquid mud. We have, therefore, kept the stampors practically at work on rubblo ' collected whonevor wo could got it. If the weather does not improve the battery will most likely bo stopped until proper crushing stuff can be obtained. - We intend cleaning up in a few 'days, but' a large yield is not antici pated, for reasons above stated.' — Tenter- field Record.

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

The Election. The polling for the Coraki district took place at the School of Arts, Bridge-street, on Saturday last, Mr. W. Yabsloy, J.P., acting as Presiding Officer, ably supported by sorutineors for the various candidates, m tho persons of Dr. Connor, Messrs. G. Baillie, P. Quain, and A. Yabsloy, for the fentlemeu who pollod in the order named. . hero was vory little excitement over tho polling, and tho want of the means of reaching the polling booth deterred many from putting in an appearance. In aauiuou to me usual aioppy state oi Bridgo-street, occasional snowers fell through the day, still towards 4 o'clock a orowd of voters (and thoBe who felt aggrieved at being left off the roll) assomblod in front of the School of Arts and some very mild betting was resorted to, to wile away the time, until the magic hour of 4 p.m., shortly after which the Presiling Officer announced the result of the poll at Coraki to be as follows : — Ewing, 153; Crouch, 148; Barrie, . 15; Lopez,:' 7 ; i...

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

Brief Mention. Mr. Fonwiok has purchased tlio wrock of t he. Sarsfiold schooner for £75. | Tlio riallina Sohool of Arts commit too have noooptod tenders for the erection of a building for School of Aits purposes for £210. About H0 telegraph posts wore washed away , .at -Byron Bay .duriug tho late heavy rains. ? , Patrick's 'day wees at Cornki have beon I abandoned this ' year oh account of the wot j weather. ? ? ? - ?? j - ai. a marring^, party at Thames, trie only in'grcdicnt-/iiiis-ing was tho bridegroom, who was t'ound to bo fast, nsleep in bed. ? ? - ? ? iFreo-t.rade candiila tes.no wliero. Lopez loses hisfelO.''' ?'?' ?' General jubilntion rill ovcr river nt result of (elfcctijms^ . , .. ... . i v [The Pnr4alWttn m^gist Kite's vdrtliat, \i'hVrt-hy f ii !' light weight' linker was lined nearly CI 00, '' has bi!oi- .,veyerscd„bj- tlje .full. Court,. oi( .the,! .grouiur that. U Sfois Vfingful ^ld:Scii:oHhe b'r^ul' 'Avliile in a c«rt,ox lA'.ii.1 | Ja Wollongong farinor.sitvs he lia...

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The Badly Mixed Heathen. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

j The Badlr JlIXe* Hetithen. 'Djsiibaktened ffkissionary^ceturning to his fia^jjhar, ''vjfeard:/of f|y ence : « Oh, unhfi^py %an J-.' ^ ^tu,-'h*^o: | you see, aftor you won t away'/ ff' Cath ol ic missiohiry cWmd'aldng! hhd told us tho ! bad place was full of Methodists,, and so he scared'uV into hia'cotnriiuriibfi: i then I he went away, and a.Presbytorian came along and waked up us on Regeneration, Adoption, and Election, and we joined his church; then an Episcopalian came, and we burried' our Westminsters and stocked up on prayer-books ; then he left i^nd a Baptist, landed, and, walked us into the water and baptised us. right, and we'd-ju8t about got settled when a New Congrdgationalist came over and told 11s that so long as we were heathens' we ha4 ya, .dead , sure thing of going to heaven ; but' if ' we became Christians' w^ had to y?;alk mighty straight or go to thq everlasting bonfire; So we ( ate him . up, burned our Bibles, and resumed business at the old standi.^ Bo^s, :pu...

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