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

: Timber Trade.' The Northern Stab, says : — We have heard' much of late, as to the imports ' of Foreign Timber' - not affecting the local timber trade, buit a person in Lismore informed us last week, that out of a timber transaction in whioh he' expected to make £100, he barely osoaped with paying his .expenses, for the following reasons,— He, took a raft of pine .logs in the way of businoss, and tolegraphod to his agont in Sydney, as to the price, and was informed :3s per 100 foefc, but just as ho was shipping, along came another telegram stating that, in consequence of the arrival of two , American timber vessels, tho .pricos had fallon to Is :6d ; and our ' informant' stated that by tho timo e vory thing was paid, tho prico falling, ho baroly oloarod oxponsos. Ho says he (I903 not know much about Protection, but thinks that something is required to steady pricos, aud . until this is done, ho will , not - speculate in timber any more. Eighty years ago it took one and often two da...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Payment by Cheque. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Payment bv C'henue. I Tiie practice of paying accounts by chequos drawn on bankers is now ao frequont that it is dosirable that all porsons should mako thomsolves porfectly acquainted with tho law as relating to tho subject, and the customary precaut ions to nrevont fraud. It is onlv a short timo ago that a metropolitan modiste suod for a balance of account under tho follow ing circumstances : — The drossmaker wroto to hor customer in the country, re questing a chcquo to be sont in the courso of a few days. Tho requost was complied with. A choquo for a considerable sum, approaching -£100, was sent, as requested, by post. It was, unfortunately, Btolon iu transit, and, being an opon one, was at onco cashed by the thief. The lady who forwarded it according to request naturally pbjected to pay a second time, and tho trader who had not received it rofused to regard the account as having been settled. An action at law to re cover the amount was the result, when it was decided that as the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Address In Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

liU, !Kil t. . ? ? , Tbe Address In Reply. Th£ folldwmg' ia a copy of the address in reply to the Governor's speech : — ?' To His Exceltohcy. the Eight. Hon. Charles Robert, Baron Car|ington, &o., &o. ''May' it please your Excellency,—' '-We. her Maiestv'a most loval and dutiful subjects, members of the Legisla tive' 'Assembly of New South Wales , in Parliament assembled, desire to express our thanks , for your Excellency's speech, and to assure you .of.. our deep and un feigned attachment to her Most Gracions Majesty's, throneandperson. 2.-' We beg- to assure you of our anxious, desi^ftitc give the.' fullest consideration to' the important business about to be sub mitted to . us. ' ' 8. The bills. for dealing with Customs' tariff and the public railways will reoeive from us- the most impartial examination, with the hope that they may be passed into, f law ^'.'a form !to benefit the country. ' 4V The other ' matters to be brought before us shall engage, our most care...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Attempted Arson at Brushgrove. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Attempted Arson ut Brusligrove. A Telegram from Grafton in tho S. M. Herald pf Saturday last says : — Tho Brushgrove Hotel, a woodon building, in tho village of Brushgrovo, tenanted by Andrew Evoringham, was discovered to be on fire at 2 o'clock on the morning of the 3rd instant. . An inquiry was held before ' tho coroner at Lower Olareuco on Wed nesday. Oonstable Buckland stated that whon called to see tho place after the firo had been extinguished the room smelt strongly of koTOBeno. One end of tho floor was saturated with oil. The wall of the room was also smoarod. The table, walls, and looking glasses woro charred, and somo bedding and clothing woro par tially burnt. He found a korosono tin in front of the hotel almost empty. This, the landlord told him, was usually kept at tho rear of the premises, and* on the previous evening was half full. Francis Bridgett ' deposod that he was disturbed during sleep through hearing a match struck, and immediately hoard a rush of flames like ...

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 — 18 March 1887

Special AdverUsomenta. [An extm ohnrgo.of 20 per oent mnde for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] jyj- ,E D I 0 A L. - r.'«. ClOKWOR, ? M. B., M. Cu., Edinburgh- 'University, may be oonsulted at . Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki; Dttily j and at - ; MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'olook, ? l82T_.Ey.ERY. TUESDAY. -

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Trip to the Evans River. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

A TPrl|» to tlie IHviino lllver. , I 'f f AviNO honr'd a pood doal of tho facillios iilVovdoil at tho Little Rivor,. for onjoymg aii' outing and opondiug a .holiday dining tho Hummor months I — whilo ou a trip to Woodburn last wook — rfifiolvml t.n avail myfsoU of tho opportunity of sooing tho placo, and nccoptod tho invitation of n .friond, who very kindly offored to guido mo thonco. Tho wouthor wns vory sliowory, and tho long spoil of wot wo hayo had mado tho roiul anything but pleasant Howovor, as I was desirous of satisfying my anxioty noithor bad roads nor rain woro considorod ouatactoa, ;anu about 11 a.m. wo . loft Woodburn and hoadod for tho mucntalkod of spot. Leaving Woodburn wo followod tho, Broadwator road (P) until we caino to Lang's Hill— whioh by tho way is a beautiful spot— about throe milos distant from Woodburn, whoro wo loavo tho rivor bank and strike out through tho back' paddooks on to tho lioath and moot a beautiful soa broozo. Aftor about an hour's rido. throug...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Messrs. Ewing and Crouch the Address in Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

HeMrs. DwIiik and Cronch o i tfce AddreNS In Reply. M»i:Ewr*0, in rising to address the Houso, Bsid almost every speaker who had spoken from the Government side of tho ' House had stated, on rising; that he did not intend to obstruct business in any way. He might aleo mako tho same remark. Ho rogretted that tho . Local Qovernmont Bill had not received moro prominence. What we wanted was practical government, and that thei Premier was not qualified to give us, as;he was ' not a practical statesmen, and never had been. Look at his free-trade BpQeohes ; they contained nothing but speculative theory robed in high falutin. He(Mr. Ewing) was not going to disouSB free trade and proteotion, as they had enoughof that conti-oversy. (Hear, hear,) But it appeared to him that underlying all thdse considerations was the happiness of thtaeople ; and he could not understand how! there !coiild be national happiness and jprosperity bo long as the people could nornnd employment. If freetraders could p...

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 — 18 March 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals. j March 11 — TOMKI, s.,' Captain .Tnckson, from Sydney. Passongors — Mrs. Osboni ; Misses Oslnrn, Rnpton, Rennett; Messrs. Ko.ijrh, Stuart, Dutfp.rin, Watson, M'Burnev, Bollard. Devon. .Tones. M'Morritie. nnd 10 in tho s'oerogo. Cmyo — 150 tons general mer chandise, nnd fiO sheep. Loft ou tho 9th at 4 p.m., crossed tho Richmond biir at 7.30 a.m. on tho 11th. nnd arrived at Coraki nt 1 p.m. panm day. Experienced . fresh N.E. winds ?during t.hn pjjjswiro. ?MnWh 1 1 -BP.LLINGER, s. , Captain Alloy, from . Sydne v. PasseufreYs — Mr. Clarke, Mr. Withers ; Ma«ter Rnthbone (2), nnd 1 in tho ? t slpetajiro! ? Oni'po — 80 tons froueral merchandise aud- sundries. Left on tho 0th at 5 p.m.,' paused Real Ronlts at 5.30 a.m. on tho 10th, and Smolcv Cape nt 7.40 p.m. samo day, arrivod off — tho Richmond bnr at 11 n.m. on tho 11th,, crossed*in at A n.m. and arrivod at Coraki sumo night.;.' Experienced moderato northerly winds throughout tho pnssnire. , , ' I'VIUJar...

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

Shipping Notices. ^TBAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Until Fubthfji Notice, The Favourite Now Twin-sorew Steamor TOITIKI, ; Under the ohnrgo of Captain Jaokbon, will be, ' despatched from Lismoro ahout every Sovon ''Days. . FREIGHTS Mid PASSAGES at Curront ? ? Rates. CV Passairo Tiekota nvailttblo by any of tho Company's Steamers from any River. V '/ AGENTS. Olaronco Riyor: EDWARD OREER, Grafton. . v ' Richmond River : : ; ' JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. ; THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. jt, STOREY, Coraki. V : , -, NoTB.-rTho, Company havo aleo deoided to run, the B.B. rLATYPUS rogulurly, should auf ' fioiont induooinont offer. ;; ?, ? ; . / |. . . .. H. ..COOKE,; , Secretary. Of and R. R. S. N, Co., , ? Sydnoy, June let, 1880. ? 'ty Tlio Company wishes to notif y Farmers find others on tho South Arm' and surroundings of Coraki that they liavo recently erootod on their property- at Coraki, oommodious Yards, where Pigs and .CiUyoa.inay nomfortably and' securely await shipment by flrBt Sydnoy boat. The yayd...

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Coraki Post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

t'orahl Post-ftfBce. . . ARRIVAL 'AND DErABTtniE OF MAILS. i ' MXlia rirrivo from Sydney, South'-Woodburn; Woodburn, and- Swan Bay every Monday V ' ; and Thursday, at '3.36' p.m.-; and close for ;'.i: the same places every Tuesday, and Friday, ? at;5.p.?n. , Am?0 from, Lismoro, Wyrallah, and' Gundur uf;,.'mha , daily,, and close for same places --?? ' every Monday and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive- from Casino and Codrington every -* TueHdajf,,at.'4 p.m. and 3aturSay, : at 10.30 J ' i&.'m; ana 'close for same places every Mon '-?.?'day1 and 'Thursday, at 8;30p.m. Airivo nnd depart by river boats for Ballina, War Jell, ana 'Broadwater. 1

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Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

-.-:! Religious ITfeinornniln. .gfciji I I' ' ' CilllROH OF En'OI.AND. - I 2Qr7poraki.| . Litnny and. Iloly Communion, ? 1 0 ? H.m. ; Woodburn, 3 p.m. — Rev. P. E. ?i Hivilnnd; '. ,( , ' Pekshytkman CHonon op Eastebk Awstraiia. - 20 — Coraki, 11 a.m. Codrington, 2.30 p.m. . ,.J3 rCasinpi 7.30 p.m. ' : . j - ' ? i '*? 27 — Casino, 1 JL , a,m; Deep Creek, 3 p.m. Oaklaijd, 7-30, p.m. — Rev. J. Marshall. . Prfsotterian CriuRCn of N.S.W. 20— Woodbtiro. ' 11 a.m.-' and 7.30 p.m; ; Broadwater, 3.?0 p.m. fe^Sy.nVooflbnrn, '11 a. m. ;:i Codrington, 3.30 p.m..-^Bev. J; S. Soott. I WbhiKyaw Church. . J .rfJPr^iwpOre.'iH. :a.m».. Irvington, 3.30 p.m. ? Casino, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Fredk. C. Boyer. ; 'j^Oj-^imJioo, 10.30 a.m. jAbfon villa, 3 p.m. , 'l idSmOTe, - . 30 p .m .—Rev. Jos. H. Lewi v. : ... 20 — North Cluneal 11a.m. Bexhill, 3 p.m.-r ' Mr S. T. Nnrthcott. { i * BJ^Wyrallah, ll.aini.f-Mr. Jones. - - W— Meerschttuni, 3 p.m. — S. isj'- 20— Dnnoon, 2.30 p.m. — MryRobt. Arthur.

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Remedy for Snake Bites. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Remedy for Snake Bites. . Evek;y family resident beyond immediate ? reach of medical advice should ha,ye;:,i» the house a small quantity of liquor | ammonia, kept in a glass stoppered bottle',' i which is the best antidote that can bo relied ,:on for, ? snake bite. Some years ago the liovernment or liombay .orqerqd that the' remedy mentioned 'below, 'with directions for its. use, should b^e- kept at every . police-station^ , throughout,..,, .the.r Prfeffldencyi and' tlie police ' were required .to ; make it known. ; to -villagers,; who weFp ^to lapply- to them . .whenever any. peijson was bitten. By this means num erous cures are! anhually;_ effebte'd;. The , following is a copy of the ' printed tafrol.' upbn^.bottlp , b^pught frpm Boipbayjin 1863^—' Liquor Ammoniae Foutis. I r ,r. , For Bnake bites. - ' Doses— For an; adult, t35 drops in tolas' of ; Wat^r: (a ' wineglassf iil )j'1 2' to 15 years, old, 20 to 25- drops in 2 J ditto ; 8 ? to 12 years old, 15 to 20 drops in 2 ditto ; 4...

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

Official :CorreH|ionUence. The following lottor, has boon, forwarded to ua for 'publication' by MosSra. Ewmg and Crouch, M's.P. : — ' Dopartmont 'of Public Workfij Oflico of tho Commissioner' and tinffindnrlnr.RnudA! fivrlnnv. :10t,h W'ftrfth. 1887.i-i8ir,— I have' to acknowledge tho receipt of your lottor ' of tho 8th instant, ou the subject of approach aud boat at Coi&ki, and to'mfoTm you that tho local officer' willbe telegraphed to.— I havej &c., Ji Wv 'Lt**; Gotiimtssibnor for Eoads.'

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Steamer Rose of Sharon Ashore [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

(Steamer Hose of Sharon Ashore The steamer Rose of Sharon, at one time trading between Sydney and Port Macquarie, went, ashore at Long Reef, near Manly Beach, about 2 a.m. on Tuesday morning last. She . was from Sydney to Newcastle in' ballast, and was in the command of Capt. Chas. Mathei-son — but the, ifipst mate( John M'Lean) was in charge of the deck-at the time of the accident /.It isisupposed^'that 'the' com-,' passes were not working' properly, and 'jas it 'was raining and the weather' was thick at the time, the' imfitb. could not.'see. the' position of the. ,steamerj/unbil :too laite ,to] avoid running ' on ? tp-. the ; focks. ?The Rope of Sharon, is; a wooden ? vessel^;' if 115 tons, and was built on ' 'the' Bellinger River .'in- -:188'4; -She is . not, supposed to be injured, stands Upright on the, rocks, and ^ is expeoted to,- bp, . easily - floated. 'She is insured ifpr-.-£3000, and' is | the property of Mr. William Hudson, of' Sydney. - v q ^ - ;

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Notice to Stockowners. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

: Notice to Stockowncrs. '' Tint following notieos from tho South Aus '? tralinn Qovornmont Gnzotto of tho 24th Fobru^ry, 1887, aro published in tho N. S. ' WiiIcb Government Gnzotto for gonoral, information : — House Disease. Whereas ft contagious diaeaso tormod n ' Malignant Fever' is Icnown to oxist in tho Colony of Now South Wales,— auy person ? ' introducing, or attempting to introduoo horses ' affected with disease from that Colony is liablo , . to a penalty of £60, and suoh animal may bo destroyed bv. order of an Iimpootor uudor ' ' orders of llth Octoher,188L—C. J. Valentine, ' ' Chief -Inspector of Sheop. ' South Australia Stock Offloo, Adolaido, 8th February, 1887. 'IIonsK Dikkasb— Genkkal Symptoms.. i'' i: 'Coldness about body and cara ; appotito fails ; , aniihal dajootcd ; stiffness of joints, tnovos withdiffioulty j. eyes and head much swollen (particularly oyes) ; groat swolliug in legs; uriuo highly coloured; nratrila .dark-red, ? leaden colour instead' of pink ; dis...

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Unqualified Legal Agents. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Viiquailiiied SLegal Agents. In the Insolvency Court.i His Honor , tho Chief Commissioner drew attention to tho increasing custom of country solicitors of sending schedules and . -papers to be filed : bv law writers, cletlcs and unrecognised persons in Sydney, instead of to their legal agents. His Honor roterred to a case that had come beforo tho court, m which a petition and s'ohodule was sworn ou the 1st day of tho month, ; but not represented until the 8th. In the mean time- the whole assets of £400 aud upwards had been sold for the benefit of ono of the creditors, to tho loss of others. Ho hoped that country solicitors would employ ouly ;duly qualified agents i-fo* the transaction of thoir business, whon Buch cu'ses as 1 the one; quoted would be -? of : leas froquent oooummco. ? , .. 'L ' M -

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Proposed Rules of Procedure. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 18 March 1887

Proposed Mules of Procedure. (From the Times, January 28.) The following nro some of tho Rules of proceduro which the Govornmont pro poses for tho accoptanco of tho IIouso of Commous : — 1. — Closure op Debate. That at anv time after a ouestion has been proposed a motion may bo mado, if tho cousont of tho Chair has bcon pre viously obtained, ' That tho quostion be now put.' Such motion shall bo put forowith, and dccidod without amendment ordebato; When tho motion ' That the quostion be now put ' has boon carried, and tho quostion consequent thoreon has been decidtd, any further motion may bo mado (the consent of the Chair having been' previously obtained) which may bo rcquisito to bring to ' a decision any quostion already proposed from the Chair; and also if a clausc bo then under con sideration, a motion may be made (with the consent of tho Chair as aforesaid) that the question, that the clause stand part, or be added to the bill, bo now put. Such motious shall be put forthwith an...

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

Iihmore. TFliOSf oun Correspondent.! ? Now that tho Parliamentary oxoitement li«» ] pretty. well subsided, thj principal topic of tlio day is again the weather, t The tmffio on many | of tho roads has been partially suspended,' ana ' ouly traversed in cases of urgent necessity. | Tbe Ballina road it oin Goonelabah to Ballina was never boforo known to be in a similar || condition as at presout. Mr. Borton withdrew | bis liuo of coachcB last wool:, until tho weather II takos np. Vehicles of all (losoriptions are d reported to bo broken down-along this ro*fl. | Tho Guudurimba, Blakobrook, and Bexhill | roads aro also roportod to bo almost impassable. j! During tho late flood and constant heavy 1; rains, tho Koon-strcot bridgo approaches, gavo i: way, impeding horse and vehicle , traffic to | Newtown by the said streot. The 'Council i appears to tako . tho mattor of . repair . very | sluggishly into consideration. Fresh blood haa recently been introduced into this body, and it ib to bo ...

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

. Correspondence. [Tho Editor doos not bold himsolf responsible for opinions expressed by corrospondonta.] 1 TO TUB EDITOR OF SUE RIOHMOND 11IVER HERALD, Sin, — I havo been waiting somo timo ti» soo if somo abler penman would tako up tho following subject. — that is tho relief of tho farmers of tho Richmond River in cronornl. Anv nnnunl stranger _ that may happon to road tho Rioh- 1 inoiul Rivor Express would bo very apt to thiuk that there wuro no farmers on- tho Riohmond River who woro in noed of/rolief oxoopt thoso on tlio South Arm.' 'I -beg to inform tho relief committoo of Casino -.that thoro are farmers on the North Arm and main i rivor who aro just ns muoh in uood (if, and i just as muoh entitled to, tho Government aid f as thoso on tho South Arm. ; I am much inoliuod to think that there is somo selfish aim in thiB affair when I read of Mr. C-oiich, ourosteomod and worthy member, applying to the .Govorumont for eeed potatoes for the South Arm.' Why not hav#'Vioir actions mor...

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

' Gazette flTotiflcutlons. ? Appointment.— , Tamos Bray, Esq., P.M., ' Ciwino, has ' boon' npnointcd Warden of tho . , Tumut and Adoloug Miuiu^ District. . 'ScnotfSTio. — Tlio following teachora havo '''gained promotion by examination Thomas ?; J. Gallagher, Pimlioo, 3-a ; Edward Imnoy, Meerschaum Valo, 3-u ; Martin -J. Soliauftor,: Buokoudoon, 3 l). i Trndjsiis.—TIio following tondor has boon ( acooptod:— Goo. Rankin — Additions, &o., wharf [' at Ballina.

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