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White Island, New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Wliitc Island, New Zealand. It is reported that a largo portion of White Island, in the Bay of Plonty, has fallen in. White or Sulphur Island is a lonely mountiain islet on the broad Bav of Plenty, almost due north from tho scenes of tho late volcanic distrubances in tho North Island of New Zealand. It gotsits name from tho fact that its uppor portion is nearly always envoloped in clouds of white, siilpliurous.smoke, - which perpet ually ascends froin the subterranean cav erns which are to bo found there. The ' falling in ' evidently means that somo , of these subterrnnoan recesses have Bwal lowed up a lot of tho land formerly above ground. White Island is an interesting landmark in tho othorwiso watery waste which stonmors travorse when crossing tho Bay of Plenty ijn iioute to Auckland. Greoco has loss than 2,000,000 peoplo, no rnouey, and a . big debt. Turkey has moro population, but is ovon worso off financially. Amongst tho ' surrenders' last weok was tho oatuto of J, 11. llodgo...

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 — 6 August 1886

Business Announcements, ? ' ' SPECIAL IMPORTANT NOTICE. Iii the Insolvent Estate of H. Johnson, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CORAKI. Tho whole of this Large and Well-assortod Stock of GENERAL STORE GOODS is now being SOLD OFF at LESS than COST PRICE. Call and Inspect. Hotelkeepers will find it to thoir advantage to buy Goods from this Estato, as they can safely reckon on saving 25 per cent. Hawkers and Dealers can select any quantity of Goods at Less than Cost, The General Public can save 7s 6d in every £1 spent, A LARGE STOCK of Men's, Women's, Boys' and Babies' BOOTS AND SHOES ALL AT LESS THAN COST PRICE. Crockery, Glassware, Ironmongery, Tinware, at Ridiculouslv Low Prices. .A. Splendid Lot of Grroceries consisting of TEAS, SAUCES, STARCH, SODA, SPICES, CURRY, SUGARS, PICKLES, ' BLUE, MILK, LEMON PEEL, HOPS, JAMS, TINNED FISH, PEPPER, COCOA, CURRANTS, CORNFLOUR, COFFEE, MUSTARD, SOAP, COCOATINA, RAISINS, MAIZENA, &c. All at Less than Wholesale Cost Price. We would advise intendin...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Coraiji E®ost-OIKce. Arrival and Departure op 'Mails. Maixs arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, £? Woodbum. and Swan Bay every . Monday nnd Thursday, at 3.35 p.m.; and close for tlio same places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p.m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallnh, nnd Oundur imba every Tuesday nnd Frid.y, nt 5.50 p.m.. and close for same places every Monday _ andTliursday,.at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Codrington overy Tuesday, at 4 p.m. nnd Saturday, at 10.30 a.m.-; and close-for. samo.plnces every Mon day and Thurs'dny, at'8.'30 p.m. Avvivo and depart by river boats ;for Ballina, Wai'dell, and Broadwater. . ;-.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Labrador Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

| The Ijabrador Disaster. iTx lias now boon ascertained that tho doaths fon tho coast of Labrador from cold and i's:arvation amount to uonrly four thousand, ; and that tho survivors, numbering about J fifteen thousaud, are compelled to resort to -cannibalism in ordor to sustain lit'o. Tho ; Esquimaux appear to take more 'kindly to' i Iiuman flesh than tho European' colonists1;; 'but ovon thoso havo to compoto witli starving boars and wolvos for thoir sus tonanco. . ??' .: With roforonco to tlio abovo the follow ing particulars will bo of interest v -r/ In tho valleys of Labrador, whero tho soil is sandy, and tho tonipornturo co'nsidor ably above tho , ayerago, j uuiper, birch, and poplar;, troos .aro found .'growing in a kind of forests, which aro haunted during summor, by door, bears, wolvos, ; foxos, martins, otters, &o., till tho approach of win tor drivos thom to tho coast. * Tho' climate is too sovoro to ripon any of tho ordinary coroals, but barloy, sown and cut groon,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Artesian Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Artesian Water. With reference to tho water struck in the artesian bore at Coward Springs, the correspondent of tho 8. A. Advertiser telegraphing from Hergott on July 15th says ' The gaugings at the Coward Springs artesian well show that the supply far exceeds the first estimate, being fully 40,000 gallons per hour, and some persons estimate even 50,000 to 60,000. The country around has been turned into a swamp. The men have had to shift their tents, and the resident engineer (Mr. Mann) is sending men to cut exten sive drains. Coward Springs is about a mile away from the bore, but the supply from the former has not yet been effected. V ery large quantities of sand are coming up with the water at a temperature of about 90*. A largo cloud of steam is rising, creating a pretty effect in the morning and evening. Mr, Field and boring party were drenched through when the dis covery was made yesterday. The sight is one of the wonders of the colony, and will be of incalculable value to the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Religious Memoranda. Ciiurch ov England. August 8 — Woodburn, 11 a.m. and at 7.30-p.m. ? Evensong. Coralti, 3.30, p.m. .15— Wood- burn^, 11 a.m. (with-Holy Communion), and 7:30 p.m. Broadwater, 3.30 p.m. '22— Bal- lina,' 11 a.m; . (with Holy Communion), and 7' p.m. Baptisms '3 ; p.m. . 29— Woodburn. 11 a.m. and 7.30 , 'p;m.-; Coraki, 3.30 p,m. — Hov. F. E. Haviland. ? Free Presbyterian Cirmum. August 8 — Boxliill, 11 n. in/; 'Casino 7 p.m. ? August 15— Casino, 11 a.m. ; T)eep Creek, 3p.m. ; Coraki, 7 p.m. August 10— Broad- water, 7.30 p.m. August 17— Oakland, 7.30 p.m. — Rov. J. Marshall. .

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Rough on England. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

?! -v. | Eougli on filuglnud.' sA. mass meeting of Fenian sympathisers ;«wiik held in- New York on Juno 2-A, Swlien O'Donovan Rossa made use of the ?-following language If Irishmen want :3reland to bo free, they . . must, fight. sEvery Englishman who goes into Ireland ffor the purpose of governing must bo iluin. A thousand Irishmen can bo got hny day to go into tho heart of London and lay that city in ashes.' This unmiti gated coward, as ho has been proved to be, -an 'blow' in safoty where ho is. 6 ? '?

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Exciting Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Exciting Itace. Amongst the varied attractions provi ded for the amusement of the thousands who journeyed to Crystal Palace at Sydenham ou Easter Monday in pursuit of pleasure, the Twenty Mile; Match between John Keen, cx-bicycle Champion, and J, Bellow, with three horses at his disposal (to be changed whenever he pleased), formed one of the principal attractions. Long before the time appointed for the start it was computed that no fewer than 30,000 spectators crowned tha grassy heights above aud around the bicycle tracK. Rellow immediately went ahead, but on Keen getting under way he soon caught him, and they passed and repassed each other for the first three miles, when Rellew mounted a fresh animal. At four miles the horse led by about one hundred yards; time, I3min 27secs. Rellew on completing five miles and a-half made another change, Keen continuing to rattle along with unabated vigor, and it was not until eight miles had been covered that Keen was lapped; time, 26min 30sec. T...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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News from Kimberley. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Mews from Kimberley. X.A.TE news from Kimberley states tlia'fc 1300 people are ou the field, but not -more than 2000ozs. of gold has been brought to light. Men are warned not to proceed until there is more trustworthy news than ?lias yet been obtained. There can be no. harm in waiting, as the gold-bearing counnfcry is said to cover 1200 miles, so that there will be room for 50,000 persons if the field proves a success. A letter has been -received by Mr. F. Chambers, written from Derby by his brother, who was amongst the passengers from the Kimberley gold field by the Kluvndalla; He states tli£\t the news sent sou tli is greatly exaggerated. The diggers are -greatly incensed at whoever penned the reports, and threaten to burn Deeley's ^stbre down if the field - turns out a- duffer. - He advises any person to stop until -November. There is no water within eight or ten miles of the field. The report that gold has been ?found within 100 miles of Derby is false ; ?the field is fully 400 ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Threatening Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

! Tlireuteniug Letters. sWiTniN tlio last few days tlio Promior - and the Colonial Secretary havo been the ^recipients of letters threatening their y lives. Sir Patrick Jennings has received two, and Mr. Dibbs 0110, and the throats 'contained in them are connected with : the financial policy of the Goverment. ? jTlio Promier was informed that his life iwould bo in dangor if bo persisted in tho ^course which ho was pursuing; and tho ^Colonial Secretary wns told that his life would bo taken by someone who wwr.s tired of . his own, and . who might ?easily havo carried his intentions with tfegard to Mr: Dibbs into 'offcotf last iSaturday evening, for, at ono - timo ' tlnit fui^ht, Mr. .Dibbs was very near to him, |We. beliovo tho letters have been plucod iin the hands'bf tlio polico.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Special Advertisements. E D I O A L. I\ 6. CONNOR, | M. B,, M.-Cit., ICurNBUHoii University, may ho consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; - - - and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, ; ; Iggr EVERY - TUESDAY. , : . O O K O U T FOR U1G t/ilV'D SilLE IN CORAKI, ? 2'xn NOVEMBER, 1880.: Apply for full particulars to ! MUNRO and M'DOUOALL, ? Auctionoors, Casino and Lismoke. Agont at Coraki — W. A. NOBLE. ' KUNQUAM DOHMIO.' the g.i.clnu.on.b' gjLi.Cv.cr If.cndb, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki every Fuiday Moiinis*o. J FRIDAY, AUGUST 6tii, 1S86.

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Femoral of the late Sir Alexander Stuart. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

FuneriU ni'tlie lute Sir Alexu uilcr Miuurt. The fuuoral of Sir Alexander Stuart wau Ri tiacl function, coining in tlio midst of tho prevalent coloniul guioty. Tho intonnont,.. took. ...placo lust- Saturday aftoriioon, nt Ohristchurcli,' Harrow,; Bomotimes known as Roxotli Ghurcli. Tlio .body lmd - lieoti removed from tho Into Sir Alexander's liousq to tho resi ilenco of his brother,' Mr. Jrmcs Stuart, at lloxotli . Loilgo,' a lovoly bijou villa overlooking Harrow Criolcot Ground. Amongst tho rohitivos presont nt tho fuuoral woro the son nnd daughtor of. Sir Alexander, two of his brothors and sovernl of liis nophows nnd niocos. Thcso nssembled nt Mr. Stunrt's house, but most of tho mourners enmo down from London by train, nnd drove to tho churchyiud, whero thoy nwaitcd tlio arrival of tho honrso. The day. was inclined to bo wot, though tlio air wns warm, nnd tho multitudo of liolidny mnkors who woro disporting thomolves in tho lovoly. country around Harrow formed a' very' striking c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAUGHT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

JD9tAtJC;aiT STOCK. There is, we suppose, on no rivers in New South Wales a better lot of' draught entires thny those at present on the Richmond and Clarence rivers, and it may not be out of place, just before the season commences, to direct the attention g f farmers and graziers to the demand there is, and is likely to be, in such valuable stock as draught horses, and the consequent increase in price in a year or two : and to this end we should advise all those that can do so, to pick up as many of the best draught mares as they can. It will surprise many, no doubt, to learn that no less than 12,000 horses have been sent from New Zealand to Sydney during the past fonr years,, with the unfortunate result to New Zealand that draught stock is now very scarce there; and, not having sufficient for their own needs, cannot possibly supply the Australian market for a long time to come. The New Zealand breeders have been doing, during , the last four years, what the breeders of this colony ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Model Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

A Model Prayer. Young ministers of tho Bcotoh Kirk are obliged to preach a certain number of trial ; sormons, and vory queer discourses these often turn out. Dr. Boyd, of St. Andrews, ? relates a story of how a probationer, when he ' offered- tho preliminary prayer, took the opportunity of supplioating the Almighty on behalf of the Profossor who had iustructedi him, and who was amonft ' tho congregation whon his zealous pupil ' prayed at' him. Lord (said ho), havo meroy on our pro- ' fessor, for he is weak and ignorant. Strengthen his fooble hands ; confirm his ' tottering knees, and grant that he may go . out and in before s like the he-goat before Thy flook. V Floming and Co. write to the Sportsman saying that they are prepared to bai-k Donald Dinnio to beat anyone at one or all tho following feats, notwithstanding ihat he is just entering his fiftieth year, viz. 1. Throwing a hammer. 2. Futtiug the stone. 3. Throwing woights. 4. Tossing tho oaber. 5. Putting up heavy dumb-' ' bol...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No nrrivals during the past wefk. ?l)KPAim-UKS. ' August 2— Cornki, Qiiptnin S. Poxlnns, for Sydnoy, Cargo, 110,000 feet cedar, 200 lings maize, 1(1 casos eggs, and sundries. Crossed out nt 10.15 ii.in. _ . .? ? ?' '.'August : 3.—' Tomlfii ... Captain .-..Jackson, for Sydney. Clrniscd out nt TO ii.m. ._ August 3.— Richmond.' Captain B. Allow fov SydNey-. —Crossed out at 11.20 «. in. ? , The Co'nki loft Sydnoy on AV odnesday nftel' ffonn for lhe Richmond River. ..TIioRiohmond was advertisod- to lenvo .Inst niirhf-, nud may bo expected hol-o lo-morrow. Tho Tomkiwas advertisedto lenvo ; for the Richmond River l^'liouVs nftor hot. nrrivol iu Sydney.

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 — 6 August 1886

Shipping Notices* gi&K rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBLTO IN J_ tho Richmond Rivor District. ? JOHN SEE and CO.'S Lide of Steamers. fj Until furtlior notioo tho Favoiu'ito Passongor f Stonmors HELEN NICOLL and AUSTRA LIAN will run ns follows : — Tho b.b. HELEN1 NICOLL, Captnin II. A. Frn«or, lonvinjr Syduoy SATURDAY NIGHTS, lit 0 o'clock. Leaving Grafton WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at 0 o'clock. Tho s.s. AUSTRALIAN, Captnin IT. C. Cliud leiorli, leaving Sydney TUESDAY NTGITTS, at 0 o'clock. Leaving Grafton SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 0.30 o'clock. TIicpo steamers call regularly nt Law rence, Reeky Mouth, and H'arwood Island, for pasacngors by tho Casiuo, Woodbum, and Swan Bay Coaches. PARE S Saloon — Single ? ....£2 0 0. Return ? 3 10 0 Steerage — cacli way ? ? 10 0 RETURN TICKETS avnilablo by eitlior steamor. JOHN SEE and COMPANY. j^OUTH ABM TRADE. THE STEAMERS Emma Pyors and Triton arc now permanently onpapjert in thc .trado botwoon CASINO and CORAKI.1 ' I ggr All Cargo brought by tho RICHMOND, ...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Stiver Steamers Time-Table. The following time-tnblo is published for . general information : — Sarah L: Hixson leaves Lismoro for Ballina at 8.30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ; and Ballipn 'for Lismoro . every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. Flon-ie leaves Balliun for Lismoro every Mon day, Wednesday, nnd Friday at 8.30 a.m ; nnd Lismore for Ballina every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at. 8.30. a.m. : The Messenger lenves Woodburn, .for Lismoro everv morning (Friday excepted) returning to Woodburn in tho afternoou. The 'Triton lenves Coraki for Cnsino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 , a.m ; nnd Casino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. . The, Trvingtnn lenves Cnsino for Coraki every Mondny, Wednesday, and Frid-.y; , and Corn Id for Casino every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at !) a. in.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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WRECK OF TILE BRIG JANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

WRECK OF TIIB BRIG JANE. . ?Imtfsxt&astiB.vaa' received in town yesterday 'moriiniP' Mint tlio brig .Time lind gone ashore at Byron Buy, nnd bccomo a total wreck, nnd Inter nowB Ctnfinncd the report, 'i No furthor details nB to tlio casualty were received until InRt night, whon our eoriespondont nt Ballina telegraphed ns follows: — Tlio brig Jane, the property of Mr.. P. llognn, of. Sydney, wliilo loading timber on tho const, 12 miles north of Richmond Hcnds, went ashore on Sunday nfterneon, on Tallow. Beach. ? All hands wero saved. Tho rep jrt 6tates that the vessel has broken up. A heavy easterly gale, with n continuous downpour of rniu, , was blowing during the night. .Mr: P. ITngnri, M.L.A., to whom tlio Jnne belonged, 'Stntes Tnllow : Bench is part and parcol of Byron Bay, about. 30 miles . north of Ballina and as that was tho placo where the master of, tho Jano would endeavour to reach, ho expected to get news of him from there,, but ho lind not heard anything up till ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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"Sleep, Gentle Sleep." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

'Sleep, (ilentic Sleep.' What is the quantity of sleep which a reasonable man should be contented with. 1 This is somewhat a difficult question. Tall and bulky peoplo require more sleep than short and thin people ; men require more than women, and all animals sleep longer in winter than in summer. Age, constitution, climate, and a variety of incidental causes must be taken into consideration. In extreme old age more sleep is required than when in youth. Young and healthy people, as a rule, sleep more soundly than matured people The habit of remaining asleep longer than is necessary cannot be indulged in without impairing the strength of both mind and body. In a state of health the amount of sleep required to restore the nervous energy averages from six to eight hours. It is better to go to sleep on the right side, for then the stomach is very much in the position of a bottle turned upside down, and the contents are aided in passing out by gravitation, if one goes to sleep on the lef...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Sympathetic Soul. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

A Sympathetic Soul. During tho first half of this yoar tho London butchers wero rather surprisod to find opposition coming from a strange source. To use thoir own words, ' ? a parson has turned butcher.' Tho faota are, that , tho Rev. Froeman Wills, Vicar of St. Agatha, Shoreditsh, pitying tho poor people who havo to pay exorbitant prices for butohors' meat, bought a couple of frozen New Zealand sheep, had thom cut up in a Finsbury schoolroom, and sent tho school boys round to toll tho people what he was about. He sold his stock at a profit, of . 2s. a sheop, and next week bought six. ' ' Tory soon ho set up a rogular shop and engaged a trustworthy manager, who soon perceived that it would be just as easy to. buy for several shops as for one, and moro profit able. , Accordingly four 'Eastward Ho meat stores ' havo been established — one in Shoreditch, one in Hackney, one at Stamford Hill, and anothor in King's-road* Chelsea. Tho trade at theBe four shops averages about £200 a week, ...

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