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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

, . Special Advertisements. [An extira charge of 20 per cent made for ad . vertisementa inserted in this oolumn.] jyj- E D I 0 A L. F. «. COWiOR, M.B., M.On., Edinburgh University, may be consulted at ' . Hobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, ' from 10 to 1' o'clock, 49T EVERY TUESDAY. jyj E D I 0 A L NOTICE. Dr. W. n. TOIIILIIV8, ?M. R. C. S., L. S. A., . London, Begs to announoe that he has taken the piaotioe of Dr. Violettb, lately of 'Wardell,' and will virit 'WOODBURN on Mondays and BROAD. WATERon Tbubsdav*. ' FOR SALE, on deet'Water frontage, within 4 miiea of Coraki; a' first-olass FARM of 100 aores. SO acres cropped ; subdivided into 5 paddocks. Good Dwelling-house, Barn, Milking Tarda, &o. Term's easy. CHARLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer, Coraki. . J^-OTIOE TO BUSHMEN. TENDERS, addressed to the Undersigned, are invited till 16th APRIL nexLfor delivery of (9000) Nine Thousand SPLIT SHINGLES at Tuckenbie Station, South Woodburn. Specifications ...

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 — 8 April 1887

O.i! lot I :i:,i Is-::..: ..n i i ? ' 1 j '-J Shipping Notice* . ;T'/ ^ ? ' t''''i S1' ^ tEa!m 1 TO AND FKOM BTDkir. -1)!.':- lllli . v ? I ? ! I '/I I ? ? -?' J/- | u'/et oiW Uironi'lYrn'riti^ N-moit:' v J|'| I J 1 Tho Favourite Now T wiu-scrgw' Stcatnor '? ? *1' 'j m,y- 'i!! ' .?ifoivi \Tiv n-u?j ? i'f-n rcfV ' ?-(1' : under tho ahai'gb of iCirtrAiir .tACKBONj wil' bo'l :i(!i d^WwMied from Iiiiimorbnbout'evojr/ Bo 'tin .1 vi.-ir.!'- s' '?! ?' FREIGHTS. sua: PASSAGES at: - Oiirr -nt icnllUtlWiitir-. II-.. ?: J.r V-'''-; ' - -'i'lol((-t« 'nvHiItib1o by: : nujr ] of ? sy^th»lCouipoUy'»iSI«ftniBi,»:froni tniy',lR»ver. ; ''tf.«-frrv '.?.:;.--WaE«T8.! 1 ? vf ?n»' -i: ?I»wmor«t: in (V,'- ,i, [THOMAS: MOBBSj ! Ballina.' '--I ^'''''?Nofe-^i^oAWy h'avo' also docjded jto ' run fhojui. PLATYPUS rpgulurly,, should sufj, 1 '''/feaobjt mdabtfmout offer. . . ; ^iu . ; : '. R-icodkE, . ... Soorotary. 5 .-;.! - Jiiiiq^stj J88(j. . ? ,, |, . ..: ,»1 r.-xn h-y ' '. ' ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ! ' 1 , ^''OOlt...

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Religious Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

' Relicloas Memoranda. Chuboh of' England. 10 (Easter)— Woodburn, 11 a.m. (with Holy ^Communion) 7.30 p.m. Broadwater, 3.30 -o P'*'*. *. , 12. (Tuesday) — Annual Parishioners' Meeting ' at Woodburn, 3 p.m. 17— Ballina, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Annual Parishioners' Meeting, 3 p.m.— Rev. F. E. ''Haviland. Pb-esbttkrian Chubchop Eabtebh Australia. 10— Coraki, 11 a.m. ? Codrinsrton, 2.30 p.m. Casino, 7.'30 p.m. — Rev. J. Marshall. .. t We»lbyan Chuboh. ? ~ -11— Wyrallah, 11a.m. Gundurimba (Mr. ,iT ?' Montgomery 'a vacant house), 3 p. m . Lismore, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Fredk. C. Boyer. v j-lOr-Lismore 11 a.m. Irvington, 3.30 p.m. ' ' -Casino, 7- 30 .p.m.— Rev. Howard Grainger. 10 — Wardell, 11 a.m. ' Pimlico, 3 p.m. Ballina (Mr. Wither's Hall), 7 p.m.— Rev. Fredk. Dixon'. -i i O^-Meersohaum ,fl 1 a.m. — Mr S. T. Northootf. 10— Alstonville, 2.30 p.m. — Mr. Jones, t; iO— Dunoon, 2.80 p.m. — Mr. Robt. Arthur. Baptist Chttbch. V 10— Pimlico, 11 ; Wardell, 3.30 ; Broadwater. 7.30. ; i7rJ-Oakland, 11 ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

[?] AbWVAM.'.: : | i ' :| April' 2 — TOMKI, s., Captain H. Jaolnon, from Sydney. Passengers— ^Mosdaraes Rico, Front, Grant, Morris ; Messrs. Rioe, Donaldson, Argue, Ulrink, Ingram, Wilson, Ring, Medley, Appleby, Hodgkinson, and 13 in the steerage. Cargo, 150 tons general merchandise, 60 sheep. 1 bull, 1 hnne, and sundries. Lett Sydney on thb 29th ultimo at 7 p.tri., crossed the Richmond Bar; at' 2- p; m.j on the 2nd instant (after being 'detained outside for two days on account of ''the fresKin the Hver), and arrived at Coraki at ..?10,30 p.m. samo aav. Experienced light north-east^ winds and 'fine weather during the ''passage. ? April 7— BELLINGER, a, Captain B Alley, .'. from Sydney. Passougers — 10 in the steerage. ;1 - Cargo, ,120 tons general merohaNdise. Cleared Sydney Heads at 3.20 p.m. on tho 5th, pasted Seal .Rooks at 4.15 a.m. on the 6th, Smokey Capiat, 4.15 . p.m., North Solitary at 10.20 p.tn?; arrived off the Riobmond River bar ? at . 6.30 a.m. on Thursday the 7th, cros...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. Sydney, Saturday. I At tho Hawkeabury , races the weather was favoroblo and /tne attendance good. Tho Hurdle iRaco was won by Whitefoot,. Quong Tart 2, Dragon 3. There worb seven starters : won easily by four lengths. Tho Rowley Milo was won ov Matador by half a length, Stanley 2nd, Honeycomb 3rd.; Fifteen starters; timo 1.4SJ. Claret Stakos — Aborcorn, Sumatra, andHunting towor. The only starters; won by, two lotigths. Publio Auction Stakes— Faugh-, a-bdlla'^h, Sontonce, Pinkio.: Won easily.; The Railway Handicap— Folly, Willeroo, Dreamer. . . Sydney, Tuesday. An . important Protection meeting' was held at Redfern last night when Messrs. Abbott and Garvan addressed a crowdod meeting at tho Town Hall on tho question of the tariff proposed to Parliament by the Colonial Treasurer. Mr. Ross ' proposed, and ' Mr. Dalley seconded the following resolution, — ' That the fasoal policy of tho Government as disclosed in the Treasurer's, budget spoeoh, inasmuch, as it tends to cru...

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The Right of a Journalist to Keep Secrets. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

The Right of a Journalist to Keep Secrets. A baltimoke journalist has gone to giiol rather., ?than disnloso to the grand jury information im parted to him confidently in Hia professional capaoity. He lias, done right, although thcro were perhaps not many men who would obey thoir. judgment under such a penalty, ; Tho- - general doctrine whioh ought to covor tho whole case is this : — The nuroose of the roDorter is the same as that of the - officers: of justice. 'What ho can find that will bo of use iu the discovery of a oriminal ho will publisher will give it, to a grand jury voluntarily. He will publish ever^ matter, the smallest detail, and ? ?will publish it at tho earliest possiblo' raomoht. When hia judgment' is satisfied,' when ho. has told all'he tliiuks proper, there should' be-'no uuthoVity to pursue 'him further. His ' ear should , be' as sacred as that' of -a' confessor. Thero was a; ease in Franco recently . wherein a confossor camo to: the knowledge of an' infamous and r...

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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 — 8 April 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. I (From the Manager Claronco River and North - ' ' Coast , Fatmors' Association, Limitod.) SYDNEY. TiransnAV. G p.m. - Maize, 3s 9d per bushel and in good demand) Eggs, la 7d per dozen; Pigs, 4d per pound.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Official {Correspondence. The following letter has been kindly handed to ns for publication by tho members for the distrioi: — - t( JDepartment of Publio Works, . Office of '^Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, '! 26th March, 188?. Sirs, — I have to acknowledge ' 'yo'nr letter of the 17th instant, requesting that a boat, might be furnished for ,Wyrallah forry, and in reply to inform you that tne local officer has been wired to havo a boat built. — I have, r fto-V J; W. Fltnn, for Commissioner ana ''Engbioer.for Roads.

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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents] IS IT RIGHT? TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Correspondence. (The Editar.doos n6t hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] IS iT RIGHT f SO XRB EDITOR OF TUB RICHMOND RIVBB nBBA£D. Y^Sw'i^I -think you or somebody else should try and find_out .why wo should be brought into ,C^urt fime after tirao and can't get our' casos' settled. ' I rode several miles through aWful .bad roads , twice to' attend the Coraki Court and had to go back disappointed. Will .. you please tell me who is to blame. I can't ! ? .affora to waste two or or three, days.. this !way and that is the truth. I have been a subscriber to your paper ever since it started and I think you ought to' make the expensive and unnooes ... sary trips known to : whom is req-onsiblo. I ; am sure if Mr. Hogan was in Parliament now ' ''IU would see that this hardship was put a stop ?to !' A LABOURER. '[Whilo sympathising thoroughly with our correspondent we cannot do more than give tho fullest publicity to his lotter, at the samo time calling nis atten...

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Pea-Growing in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

' Pea-OrowlnK ' Iii ll«e»la.h ; Tht pea orf-p is now conndered an important ^wlth'fataersin many parts of 'Vlotoria. It'is'found that: good yields of peas can be ' Jobtained :fro«n: the . blaok volcanio soils (n 'tiie'ViooI^r distriots of the oslony, and that . the crop prepare t^e land for oereals ,.ai)d .roots. Also lt is found that plorighlng-nhder a heavy crop of grcen peas as manure is a 'most! efloq tive-.nietnod or fertilisation. - The tronblo. with tbe Crop is the want of an efficient and rapid thiraaher.^ The, ..ordinary grain-thrasW hitherto has been generally employed, but' it has:how been quite abandoned, as, although it did the work alter a fashion, it was apt to split the peaSj 'turn Cut an unclean sample, and 'was d()w in operation, ! inaBmuoh as the haulm oannot be fed rapidly without choking the nvplving brntery in the ..drqtn. The Govern njentj In order t'o moot thla want of the farmers OffCrcd a prize of £100| for the best pea?thrasher, apd the compelitivo trial' ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Proposed New Tariff, as explained in the Colonial Treasurer's Financial statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

The, Proposed iew Tariff, as explained In the Colonial Trea surer's Financial Statement. , 8am- Brandy, gin, geneva, liqueurs, whisky, mm, and all other spirits, 14s per gal, estimated , yield, £870,000 ; perfumed spirits, 15s per gal, ?, £ 6000 ; methylated spirits, 4s per gal, £3,600 ; Utters, £1000; oolonial distilled spirits, 14s -par: gal, £10,500 ; wines, £55,000 ; ale, beer, -' and- porter, £70,000; glucose, £400; tobacoo, dgars, .and snuff— customs, £166,000 ; oxeise, .'flll.0,000. ; excise . increase, £25,000 ; tea, ??? £103,000; sugar and molasses. £150,000; coffee, cnioory, coooa and chocolate, £22,000 ; : opium, £23,000; rice, £18,000; diied fruits, £56,0(M-; , oement, £34,000; oonfootionery, ( £7000; preserves, tapiocia, semolina, and sago, £6000; fish — dried, preserved, and salt, i £16,000 ; galvanized iron, iron and steel wire, j £62,000; nails, £6000; iams and jellies, /-inoluding fruits boiled or in pulp, £18,000 ; 'oils— naphtha and gaseoline, £48,000; powder of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

, General Notices. WANTED, two APPRENTICES to the . Dressmaking. Apply at onoe to MISS COGHLAN, Riohmond Terraa»,. next Com* mercial Hotel. - WANTED to lease, a COTTAGE of font rooms and kitchen. Most he in a high and healthy situation— near Publio Sohool. Apply Tenant,' care of , Hbbald Office. WANTED, at Broadwater, Wardell, aud Ballina, active Correspondents for this Journal. Apply, by letter to the Proprietor. ? ? J* O B 8 A L E. J. 0. BEEOKENRIDGE has always on hand for sale . | | Dairy Cows, Heifers, Bullocks, Upstand [ ing Saddle Hacks. Also, some really first class l-raught Horses and Mares, both j broken and unbroken. .. ? ff What shall we do with . the . children on Easter Monday, Charley?' Why, handle 'em off to the Oddfellows' Sports.' Plenty of fan for 'em there. gCHOOL OP ARTS, CORAKI. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Members of this Institute will be held on TUESDAY NEXT, the 12th instant, at 7.30 p.m. As the businessto be tranBaoted is im portant,' itia particularly ...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

! Sporting ItVems. I Stanley, won the Hawkcsbury Handicap. Arsenal is soratohed for tho Sydney Cup ; and Nelson is first favorite at 6 to 1. Sloth, who won tho big money at. Glen InnoSj is ovor 10 years old. Smith O'Brien ran second for the Canterbury Park Stakes. , , , ' The: Wreck ! is cbming into strong favor for the Sydney Cup. No. 738. Tho dark bluo can afford to give the light a vielory or two in any case. Tho' matoh botwwm Mattereaii -and'Komp oomes off on the 16th. ? ? There aro 120 nominatious for the Graftoo Easter Sheffield .Handicap. ' The Cantabs won tho boat race by four longths, but tho Oxonians wore an oar short at tho finish. / ; Sam Fielder's, Sir Edward, ridden by young Fiolder, won the Canterbury Disposal tMsksa. ; last week;' iv ; TT At the East Sydney Rowing Glnb nigatta, on Saturday, Nol Mattersoa won the two outrigger raoes. 1 1 In the Hawkesbury Handicap, the Nun fall, throwing Jftgges wno sustained vsty serious injuries. Time 2min. 33^ sea - The amount of m...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Prison Reform in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

^Prlsdn Itefortu lu.t^lVultcd ,. I ? ? 'States.' I We ODttairily have learned a lot from our cousins' tho Atnoricans, and aftor roadiug tho vory unsatisfactory roport for 1 886 of tho Chiof Inspector of Polieo for Now South Wales, wo think something may _also bo loaitnod ' from1 ' theiri-' with ? i'^ard 1 to ^pi?a-?n roform. In the light of tho recon throng oppression * of , opinion . of MiV Fosbory as to' tlie unsatisfaotdriuoss of' our prison, system, .the followiug article will , bo road with interest. It is from the Alta .Cali fornia':— ? ''?! , .Tho attontion-of philanthropists and pub licitista is running constantly, with gathor ing, force, to. a considei-ation of tho.quostion of prison or convict rbformi Imprisonment was formerly considered as a moans of punishment - merely, and -'this view of it genoratedn neglect, not only of the moral but! the physical welfaro of conviots. Pri son's were: merely dens and dungeons, and every woeful thing which moil can obduro came to tho cr...

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School of Arts, Adams-street. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

. c. Aichool of Arta, Adama-atreet. . jii.jAvltamaio of tho . oommitteo : of the above institution waa hold on Tuesday evening last, when thore wero present Messrs. J. White. :i- Proaidont (in the.ohair), J. M'Kinnon, K. .. Nolan,, T. Nolan,, Dolby, G. Cooper, T. M'Kinlay, and tho Soorotary, Mr. C. Stamford. .j'j.ijThe minutes of the previous, meeting wore . '. tead and confirmed. ' The question of appointing a custodian for the institution was discussed at Homo longth, -::i and finally. Mr. T. M'Kinlay ? was appointed at . a wmunoration of 6b per woek. It was also doolded that tho institution should be lighted from 7 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. eaoh f light, and that tho Seoretary would attend eveiy Saturday from 4 p.m. to 0.30 p.m. for tho ibsuo and return of books. ?The questions of having a bull and bazaar were disousscd, and it was finally arranged (ithat a ball should bo; held in June next, of vtfhloK duo notioo will be givon, and that. tho -!'tttettor of holding 'a bazaar stand ovor] f...

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Ostrich Farming in N. Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Ostrlch Farmlng ln SI.; Zealand. THB ostrich fariri recently established in the Kaipara district by Mr. Nisson, of : Otamatea, promises to yield excellent results.- It will be remembered1 that out! of :fi6;birds which Were iibberted from South Africai.47 Were landed :in safety, j»nd these ^are now disporting in the en joyment of .health' and vigour.: in the paddocks provided for them on the importer's estate. ! The ostriches: are mature and well grown, having been seleoted frbm some of. the finest troops ih' Africa/^and- thfey fire'BOvi; of.the proper age for breeding purpoees aiid feather culture. The owner is desirouB of dis posing of a portion- of his stock, and tenders' are'ihvited1 for 'the1 purchase of one'or more pairs of the birtjs^ jf t; ,V u'3HJai;;l*I- ?

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

? Art. ? TUB usual montiiiy oommitteo mooting Was held in the oommit^os room of tho institution' on Moqdfcy ibvAiiafflsit,: when there were 8 resent, 'McBSts; W. jtub'sley, J.P. (President),' I. Doran, A. Yabslsy, J. Storey, Dr. Connor, ( ^j^qsgu^on,- . If. . Grook, F. Clifford, and Tha minutes of tbe provious meeting Were ..read .and oonfirmod. . ' ' The 8eorota'ry ahnounood that tho sum to the „«cs^t»fith9 institution was £4 Is 10d, and tho amount duo for subscriptions this month £3 Ss, making a total orodit balanco of £7 6s lOd. :i Against this' there wore tho following charges .. due, , and payable, viz.,. J. G. Balzer, lighting, ' £? ,8s; ; Sydnoy Mail, 17s; L. F. Bonaud, j printing, 14s ; iihd amount duo on piano, j i £2 ' 8s :ld.' These amounts wero passed for payment. Mr. F. Clifford moved and Mr. J. Storey Seconded, ' That the Sccretarv be instructed -nto take' the- neoessary 'steps' with the view of ; , obtaining a Uoense for holding publio ontortnin - inCnts nnd . exhibit...

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Converging Jetties. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

e V. .4 K.*. ' ? -? ' I — Converging Jetties. - ? At a meeting bf tho Enginooring Assqcia tion,,Sydnej', apaporon The application of1 the converging systom for tho removal of bfti's froni the bntrancos to tho rivors of New South Wales, with some remarks Upon hydraulic drodging,' was', road . by. Mr. ?Walter Shpllshear, Assbo'.' M.' Ihst,'0.!B. ' ' Th6' writer 'ro'miii'kod ' that tho rapid developmobt.of our coasting tr&do, and tho I ovor-inqreasing necossity for im^roving,tho ? navigation of o.ur eastern rivers, and tjhus lessening the, risk inseparable from itho ardlious dutio's of tho mariner', 'had indiicod him to. prepare the paper. After reviewing , the causes of the formation of bars at ';our river, entrancos, he poiutod oUt that of the difforont syptems of . improving river ontranoes, the conyorging jetty sj'stom h'is. proved luoro uniformly successful than any ' otnbr ; and that ihore are few- rivers in itho . world that offer greater facilitios for the successful ap...

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Vegetable Hygiene. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

# - — - , i ^ i ij Vegetable Ajflejle. The folio, winghinte on vegetable '.diet, in ; hdalth or disease are Worthy Of being.'re'ad, : m'arked.' Ieferned,1 and inwardly digested : — Spinach has si direct effect upon complaints : of the kidneys. The common dandelion, used as greens, is excellent,. fori the ..same trodble.' Asparagus purges the. . blood. Celery acts' admirably upon the nervouB : Bvstem. .and is a . cure for rheumatism: and neuralgia. Tdmatoes act upon; thei liver. Beets and turnips are excellent appetisers. Lettuoe and euoumbers are oooling in their effects upon the system. Onious, garlic, leaks', johvds, esohalots, a^l; of jWhjch are similar, possess : medical' virtues of a marked cnaracter, stimulating the eirou latory sys.ten^, and the consequent increase of the saliva apd the gastric juice, promoting digestion. , Bisd onioiin aTe, an ; excellent diuretio,' and . the While ones are recom mended eaten raw, as a remedy for insomnia. They are a.tonio an^ nutritious. A-...

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Loss of the Mary King. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

l40s« of the Mary King. It has been ascertained that the board picked up off Hayee Point; near Mackay, belonged to the wooden barquentine Mary King, 73 tons, whioh was chartered by Gives and Co., of Gliristchurch, N. Z., to oarry a general cargo from Lyttelton to Townsviile. She left Lyttelton on the IstJTanuary, 1884,' :with die following passengers:— Robert Macforlane, manager of. the Bank ? of New Zealand at aaiapoi ; r redrick ±lewling8, 80n oi Ihc (Jliief Surveyor of Canterbury ; W. Spencer Simms, and Herbet . Julius' Simms, brother of . Mr. Simms, of the'.firm of EusBell and Simms, of this city,: Md sons of the , German Consul at Christchurch.- Nothing was ever heiird of the .vessel after she left port, except that she was sighted by a vessel bound' for Now Zealand on 26th January. 1884, south-east of New Caledonia. In February, 1884, tbe steamer Victory, chartered at Townsviile, searched the islands .'for three, weeks without success. Thcro is little 'doubt - that the plank f...

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