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Small Debts Court. MONDAY MARCH 7th. 1887. BEFORE J. BRAV. Esq., P.M [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Small Debt* Court. Monday March 7th. 1887. Before J. Brav. Esq.. P.M. P. Claffey v. M. Grant. Balanco due .'.on. promissory note, £5 8s. Verdict for y-jilaintifT, with costs. : ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horse Disease at Silverton. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Horee Disease at Mllverton. The following particulars . relative to the horse disease at Silveiton have, been received from Mr. Edward Stanley, the Government veterinarian, who is now at Silveiton investi gating the matter. Mr. Stanley states that in the first two cases of post-mortem examinations the lungs of the horses were putrid, and in the second care the lungs and bowels were affected with bleeding, and their deaths were hastened by diugging. None have died that are under observation. He further states that he had seen thiity consecutive cases in whioh the symptoms (which have been abnormally cxcited by excessive' heat, 'exposure, want of feed, and carelessness) were drowsiness, general debility, failing appetite, urine dark, bowels constipated, body hot, eyes red, lids swollen, flow of tears, mouth red, tongue furred, panting flanks, heart beating rapidly, legs swollen, severe fever lasting several days, and rapid loss of flesh. As the appetite improves strength slowly return...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fowl Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

L« ? ? In conncction with thoi'Board of Tecliini ' ical Education, on Friday ovening last' Mr.' Walter HppoJ!o'f Liverpool; doliver- 1 fd his seventh lecture' at the School ;of Ai-ta. Um at hniiflnntin' bfiinff nn Wire a(J-i ever 'and 'numbering fiillyM i5Q.. The: Subject', jams ,§£ !Pnro voteripflr .to; Ills' previous''* subject on '^.^how^jaM' Judging,' andKSonoluded his remarks by rccpinniendiug.toall agricultural .societies-1 tho advisability: of . giving groat ? i induce-' ments to breeders of poultry,! by-a moi'0! libertil pme-mbnoy : for-' Uie best table fowls, ; and also suggostod that prizes should be offered at all poultry shows, not only for now laid, but preserved oggs. : Mr. Hope's noxt remavks referred to tho great boiiofit the. poultry, fancy had had on. fowls, by not only preserving tho breeds distinct, .but by introducing many new and valuable varieties. With regard to tho 'lecturer's views of what' a, real poultry fancier is, .after oxploining- that many prize, win...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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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 — 11 March 1887

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] TO THE BDITOB OF T1IB BXCHXOHD BIV8B BBBAID. 8ib,— I note the 'following paragraph in the Clarence Exaiiinbr of the 6th instant: ? The Riohmond Eleotionl— In reference to the paragraph tbat appealed in the Richmond River papers, and in this journal, stating that Mr. E. E. Rudder had expressed a wish tocon test the Richmond electorate, that gentleman writes : — ' As a matter of faot the case is quite the reverse, as I was requested to stand for that electorate; and some leading- gentlemen on the Riohmond pledged themselves to support me if I went over; and I have promise of sup port still for future occasions.' : : So much for Mr. Rudder's statement. The actual facts of the case are these. A gentleman juBt returned to Coraki from the Clarence told me that he had travelled by the Clarence river Steamer with Mr. E. Rudder, and that gentle man desired him to asoertain what ;hance the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Incentive to Own a Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Tbe Incentive to Own a Home. The Manufacturer and Builder thinks' that the man who is working to secure a small piece of property- substitutes a new and distinct ambition for a1 remote and vague one. Dav dreams about larere . estates' and princely incomes may be very amusing but they are not half so profit able; as a vision, of a lot 100 by .200, with a snug ' little dwelling-house, upon : it. With this .a., man will rise early and retire ;late, burning. ; his hand ? oheerfuily to any and; eyery kind of work. Ho will have a motive for rigorous economy which will make it a pleasure. He will nave a vision of the last payment before him as a perpetual motive to moderation in passions^ economy in expenses, abstin enj$,from; expensive pleasures and expen dfRsflomp®»ion8.'.-;,-Thni it will' come to paasfthpfeia juditiious; debt, incurred'' at the«-be^l.Kiiing 'of a' Vjourney^aii'p fl.or. labaui^'s^cdreer^will ''become ' h}a good genius, watching ovor him, inciting him ip^p^ry : and toVBel...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Sporting Mem*. C. Donohue, a Tentcrfield pod, has been disqualified for 1 2 months. The Clarence River Jockey Club advertise throe days rnoes, on July 13, 13, and 14, with £685 added money. Loohiel, tho winner of the Newmarket Handicap, is an English-bred horae. Trident's victory in the Australian Cup has caused tho pon to bo plied with great vigour among the remaining horses engaged in the Champion Stakes. Only Trident, Volcano, and Blairgowrie now .remain to oontos; that event. The sum of £710 stako money will be com peted for at the Easter meeting of the Mary borough (Q.) Jockey Club. The committee of tho Sydney Turf Club are doing thoir share towards celebrating the cen tenary of tho oolony by giving a prize of 2000 sovereigns for tho Anniversary Handioap, to be run on Thursday, January 26, 1888. M'Lood the steeplechaso jockoy, died at Melbourno last Tuesday, His horse fell at tho last Williamstown mces, and, rolling over him, inflicted suoh severo internal injuries that his rec...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Chinese Carpenters' Tools. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Chinese tarpciiters' Tools. By direction of the late Earl of Iddes leigh (states the St. James's Gazette), 13 parcels, containing samples of tools in common use' by Chinese carpenters, have been received by the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce for exhibition before the ipanufacturefs and artisans of the town, with a. vie w..;tO: V stimulate trac]e .-with China: ''The British 'Consul at .'Sw'atow, by whom the. goods wero forwarded, says he has always noticed in the Chinese carpenter's tool-box at least one, if not more, old European plane-irons or chisels i(i many instances -worn down a third of their original length. This seems to him ;tjo idieate ^ prefefeijc9 ? for European steel, and that, were- tools made of such ;ateel obtainable at. any thing like 'the .market :rate for Chinese' tools, -a ? largb' tradoimight:;be;thiB; consequence; for 'the carpenter plays a1 very import-ant part in i '(phineso house-building.' Pine finish and i 'noliaji1 weVe'/j^iFo junnecftssary, the onlyf £ije...

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The Emperor of Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

' The Siiisyeror off Germany. EitPEnoii WiLX/iAM'has just - celebrated the 80th. anniversary of his becoming an officer of the Prussian army., When the,.; Croyrnr iPnnco,-/ :accompanied by Count Moltlce and all the Commanders -m-Chief of the 18 Army Corps, present ed the congratulations of tho' .'array, to its oldest; .officer, -. the Emperor' was 'very much' moved, and ;above all expressed his deepest thankfulness, to .God that he had been granted a life ? long ' enough to see all the shadows wiped away which once darkened the fate of 'Prussia; to see Prussia grown into the German Empire, at the head ? of the politics of the prosont time, and able to protect, the welfare of her .'subjects. Then the Emperor continued, saying that he scarcely could hope to see all these military authorites again united around him, 'but 'that lie hoped that, even if he should no : longer be there the army would continue to distinguish itself under its excellent - leaders; - and always bear in mind the...

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Neuralgia. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

?Meuralgla; One of the best remedies for neuralgia is quinine. In all cases in whicli ' there is any.: suspicion ' of aguo, or when the patient is residing in a district where ague is prevalent, this is tho remedy'- to give. It is indicated, too, when the attacks come on at regular intervals. It has long been recognised that quinine readily controls that form of neuralgia in' which the pain is experienced at a spot just above one or other of the eyebrows. Quinine, to do any good in neuralgia, must be taken in fairly large doses— thus two tablespoonfuls Of strong quinine - mixture should bo taken every four, hours. Some chemists .now keep five-^rain quinine pills/ made , up with' a drop or: !,twb , of ,'syi'up ')' and/ by many, th'e'BO 'will be preferred to the mixture ; one ;should . be taken every four hours. Quinine is said to- control neuralgia and ordinary faceaclie more- effectively when tho powder is; taken' in small quantities every few minutes, as much,, for instance, as wil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Shipwreck During 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

SblpwrcrkH jiurlng 1S§6. ? I The' following ' particulars' of, wrecks which Have occ'urrcd during the year 1886 oh' the : 'coast 'of N'6Sv!' Soutli Wales is'' jiublished for general information.' Tho. thiit' bf Hh'e' Ma'ry!Baunal.yri6, schopnor, which becamo a total wreclc'dn'tlip 18th' ?'of ^January,' wh6n Slid Nvas'talkbn aback ?by'' a suddbn squall' whehJ attempting to cross^tho .Claronco bar., .The* solioioiier Liziie DayiS drifted aslioro1 near Tacking Poirit'two 'daj's dftbr'warcls.'''! Th^stcamcir Murray,' of ' Messrs? tyolin^ See 'riud Cjo.'s' lino, and th'e'-'Glosslinaf, 'wero Avrcclced in February.. , The former struck a rock to' tho southward, of : tlio old Manning' liar;' the' latter 'sprang a leak, and founderod to'tho'E.S.E. of Manning Heais., Two wrecks occurred in March, the ketch Ann and tlio brig Emperor. ' The Ann was beachod at Port Stephens ; tho brig inissed stays when .working, out of^. tho satno port,' and thorb being lio [''.room . to , wear she went ashore....

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 11 March 1887

Brief Mention. I Over B0 now members elcctod to Parliament. Nine medicos on tho Richmond. Great floods in Western Queensland. Mr. M. H. Stephen has again boen appointed Actisir District Court Judge. The bailiff is in oharge of the Wickham Council Chambers, Newcastle, for a judgment debt of £100. The Mayor of Newcastlo's ?» sorew ' has boen raised from £200 to £300 a year. ' Look out. Big ' consultation ' swindlo on Melbourne Cup. Constablo Redman has boon promoted from Maclean, to the charge of the Fairfield station. We congratulate him, and tho Fairfield people. It is roported that Wann and Townsend. havo sold out their interest in one olaim at Fairfield for £1000. Tho first and only meeting in tho insolvent estate of E. Eastmcnt, of Wyrallnh, will be held nt Lismore, on March 30th. It is proposed to present the Rev. ,T. Lewin, Weslcyan Minister; Casino, with an addross and testimonial prior to his departure for Sydney. I Miss Jessie Miller, Public School teaohcr at | Woodburn, has...

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Proposed Amendments of the Land Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Proposed Amendments of the ? ? „JLaud Act, ? 5The Minister for Lands has in prepar - ? 'ation two bills of groat importance,! an 'x ;'affecting Crown lessees and others. One is for tho amendment of the Crown Lands Act in respect to the payment ? of arrears of rent and license fees. It seems that many of the- run-holders aro 'Required to pay, during the currency - of this year, rent for a period equal to three and a-half years, the total amount, it! is ,;!7.boUevcd, being not less than two millions sterling. The rents rolate to half of the year 1885, and to the wholo of tho -years 1886, 1887, and 1888. That for the last mentioned year, by legislation therents havoinsomo cases been increased ,.U;from .one-twelfth of a penny to three halfpence per acre. It is recognised by .. the .department that to insist upon the : ' whole of the' payments for the period of I three and a half years being made within the next nine months would cause great hardship, and to obvi&to this a bill h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

; ; Gonoral Noticos Tlio Treasury, Now South Walos. !»th March, 1887. Fccsli TestderM. CONTRACTS FOUTITT5 PUBLIC SERVICE, Fouaoh fou tiii! Police. NOTICE is heroby .givon thatFroah Tondors will be received at this uffloe until noon of Wodnesday, ' the 18th April noxt, for Furnishing l''urago SiipplioS required at various Police Stations ju tho Country Districts, during oloven calendor months, from tho let May, 1887. ; Priuted forms of Tnh'dor, ns well as any further particulars and information, may bo obtained on application at tho Troasury, at tho offlco of tho Inspector General of Polioe, or at tho stations for which tho supplies are required. For schedule of stations, conditions of oontract, &c. , &c., soo Govtrnmont Gazetto, No. 12G, of 8th instant, and subsequent issues. J.. F.BURNS. ENDERS FOR EREOTION OF NEW PUBLIO SOHOOL. Tondors are invitod. for the Eroction of NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL at OAKLAND. Plans and Specifications may be soon at tho Coraki Public School. To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

General Notices WANTED, at Broadwater, Wardoll, and Ballina, aotive Correspondents for this Journal. Apply by letter to the Proprietor. rjIHE ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS. A Special Meeting of the Committee of the above will be held at the Hall on TUESDAY Evening next, after the closing of Lodge business. Kt* Business important. A full atten dance is roquested. P. CROOK, Hon. Soo. PJiO THE PUBLIC OF CORAKI. Drs. Carodeen and Mahommedees, INDIAN EYE AND PILE DOCTORS, will bo SIX WEEKS ONLY at LISMORE, thence to India. LOST, between Irvington' and . Ballina, during tno late flood, several CEDAR LoGS, brandod A 0 S. Any porson giving information that will load to thoir recovory will bo rewarded. Apply ; ( SIMPSON BROS.. Casino, or CAPT. STOREY, Coraki^. , March 2nd, 1887.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

CABLEGRAMS. ! LONDON, Tuesday. It is reported at Vienna that a General holding a high position, and several great land-holders, have been arrested in St. Petersburg on suspicion of plotting | against the Czar, with a view to compol him to errant a constitution for the Russian people or abdicate. The 'Czar and Czarina are now staying at Gatschina. The British Covemment has appointed a select comtuitteo to report on the pre sent condition of the lifeboat and life saving apparatus of the country. Tho British Government has purchased 1000 horses from Canada. Dillon is inciting tho Justices of the Peace and tho police to disregard their ofiicial positions, and thus avert the re venge that must ultimately overtake them. Her Majesty the Queon purposes re viewing 70,000 troops at Aldershot in July next. All persons interested in tho Colonial wool trade are to be associates of the Colonial Wool Merchant's Association. Tenders nre invited for a Sydnoy Municipal loan of £330,000 at par. Tender...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmer's Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. ! (From tho Manager Glaronco Jtivor and North Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) PBy Telegraph. 1 SYDNEY, Thursday, 0 r.m. Maizo, 3s 9d per bushel, for now ; Old, j 4s 3d per bushel. 1 IviMiostiTu Handicap. — Tho wonthor towards yesterday afternoon (St. Patrick's Day), clonring a littlo an impromptu handicap of 12G yards was got up and run olF vory successfully in front of tho Publio Sohool. Thoro wero 12 starters, and tlio ruco was run in divisions, with tho following result : — 1st division : A. Livingstone, soratuh, 1 ; W, Wallace, 7 yards, 2. 2nd division : A Olivo. scratch, 1 ; T. Aleook, 9 yards, 2. 3rd division : M. Walsh, 0 yards, 1 ; T. Birming ham, 13 yards, 1. 4th division : T. Crisp, '4 ynrds, I ; Angus Livingstone, 2. Run off : 1st heat — W. Wallaco, 1; Alex. Livingsttmo, 2, 2nd hoat — M. Walsh, 1 ; T. Birmingham, 2. Final hoat : M. Walsh, 1 ; Alox, Living stone, 2 ; W. Wallaoo 3. Won by 0 inches. A hurling match botwocn two sides of tho loc...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

nl River dteamers Time-Table. | The following ? time-tablfl 'is' published for geairsV information — -The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore evervirtoriiingj returning to-- Woodburn in th^. CmrttodoA...* J £ 1 «. ?;.- .*? '? The Triton leaves - Coraki -for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at. 9 a.m; Q«ttdL VO»8iob.'Vfor^ Coraki every Tuesday, arid Saturday.'^ '- i ? ' Fenwiefc's steamers 4eave Lismore for Ballina, L jajQd, Bail^na.for Lismoro at 8.3Q iMn. daily.

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. I fPUOJrOUIt OWN OOttUICHI'ONDRNT.l SYDNEY, Wednesday. An liotolkoopcr named Dorn lias boon in Darlinghitrsb for two yoarn and a-lialf for refusing to pay 30s u wcolc for tho sup port of two childron. 40 moro men havo recoived notico of dismissal frtnn tlio llnllwnv Dimn »'f.m nn f. consisting of permimotit way mon and cavpontors. Upwards of 500 of tho working class aro now dismissod, but nono of tho clerical stall'. Tho Govornmont paid last year for killing ' four and a-half million rabbits. The annual cost to tho Department is £60,000. Tlio scratchinga for tho Sydnoy Cup aro— Tridont, Volcano, Hoxhain, Siirdius, Lancer, Burrilda, Cardigan, Tho Queen Tooralc, aud Pinkie, Messrs. M'Millan and Kelly prosentcd tho address in reply, to Lord Oarrington to-day, who mado a suitable roply. Tho following havo been scratchod for tho Hawkosliury Rowley Milo — Volcano, Hoxham, Plutarch, Lady Marion, Tus carora, Soldior's Wind, Astrooa, nnd Tom Brown. For tho Handicap — Volcano, Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

general Notices. , LINE OF COACHES. J. LANS & CO.'S GOAOH starts from Woodburn ovory morning at 6 o'clock, arriving at Chatsworth in timo to catoh tho steamer for QraCton. Returns samo day, aftor tho arrival of steamer from Grafton. Fares Same as Otiier Coaches. J. LANG & CO., Proprietors. J^OTICE OF REMOVAL. Tho undersigned boss to notify that ho has REMOVED his BUSINESS to thoso contral premises (opposite tho Govornmont Wharf) just erootea t-v Mr, Jefforios. JOHN BENAUD. O i S A L E J. C. BREOEENRIDGE has alwayd on hand for salo : — Dairy Cows, Heifers, Bullocks, Upstand ing Saddle Hacks. Also, somo roally first class Draught Horsos and Maros, both broken and unbrokon. Amusements Postponed to EASTEE MONDAY llth APRIL NEXT. GRAND ATHLETIC CARNIVAL. Under the auspices of tho ^ ' 1. 0. O^^^M.U. * Athletic Sports and Horseracing on the ? ; BST COBAKI RACECOURSE. SPACIOUS DANCING PAVILION; and Brass Band in attendanse. SPLENDID RUNNING GROUND, with roped traoks. Ladios ...

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Is it a Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

8I1TA3 :??? .t The Jjifimore correspondent of the Express wtitesV^We Have'nb'w', is the latest ex citoment. a'gliost. : It is true it is so far invisible, but we have heard it ; or some of our townspeople have. At present it con fiiies'its'bporatious to rapping on tho walls of .sag. |Yy. Knight's dwelling, where it commenced operations at about 9: o'clock r -on last Thursday night— Mr. Knight being absent at ,the time'- Mrs. Knight, who thought-it was someone knocking outside, c^Jlodi out,' .but getting no reply took: a - light and wont outside, but no one was about. Later on Constable Kennedy and - Brew came, and searched the house idside;-' an4', out, and .underneath, .but loud and close to scare tSem, no 'cause C!j{ildiJbe:'.fo'Und ? for it. The wall was rapped violently, and the delf, &o: , shaken on it, although there xraa a light in the room ; .'arid 1 the spot where tno rapping seemed- to -occur was seen and pointed out. Thfcliwalltfa'J af; single weatherboard -one, \...

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