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

? ? Poot'R#clB*T'**' ? ? t , v i ft? . ? ?( i! '. ii ^ S I f' / (Tire , following remnrln -, appear / in\,tlie Wei. lington Evbnin'O Post, on the occhaion of tho sudden d.entli, at Mnstorton, of youiiR .?Tonhings : — Dr. \V. B. I^icliard8on,...tli,o well 'kiinwn London physician, and autlior of 'Itygeia,' denounoca : the system of racing, and' training ijj wito,' holding tliat tliocxcessiye muscular development: ' of ? the chRmpion oaramen is obtained 1 at! the expense of the general coiutitution, wntcn, m uio mnjority of. oasoj,; aliowS'- flymptoina of ,rnpld decay iminedibtoly. after tliy prime of lifo is: past.. Without' going 'so far as this, .however, ^.thoro* can be no donbt, thst a great deal of atlilotio exercise iB indulged in. at the prosent day under a mistaken idea of its being .conducive to hcalili ; when, in reality, it may . be pro ducing a vast amount of. mischief. A young man engaged in sedentary pursuits unable to obtuin moderate exercise during the week, on Saturd...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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To Maize Growers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

To Blalsee fi rowers. The following letter, from our late mem ber, appears in the Macleay Chronicle : — Sir, — Permit me through tho columns of your paper to call tho attention of farmers to tho error they commit them selves to by sending maize to markot in a green and unmarketable condition, It should be unnecessary to point out that maize until drv and properly harvested is not fit for liorso food, which is the only use for which it is used, consequently the great bulk of what has been shipped lately is unsaleable for that purpose, and therefore can only be sold at very low prices. I have frequently advised shippers publicly aud privately not to send maize to market until dry and marketable, yet they continue to ship it in tho green and unmarketable condition. I point out, which only results in loss to themselves, togother with imposing a most difficult and disagreeable task on those liko myself ongaged in the sale of it. Your giving publicity to through the columns of your paper ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Canadian Pacific Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Tlie Canadian Pacific Railway. Ik an article on the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Quarterly Review for March, attention is called to its impor tance as a strategic line; for, with a naval station at each, end, and coalmines at both, ' the .Pacifio squadron having its rendezvous in .British Uolumbia waters, will no longer be cut off from its base, and dependent on a foreign country for even telegraphic communication with its own.' Then, again, England will be able to draw her food supplies from the wheat. fields from the North- West when other sources are likely, to be cut off. The construction of the line, which was opened throughout on the 28th June, seems to have been effected with marvel lous rapidity, five years in advance of the contract, time ; and Bome idea of the magnitude of the operations may be formed from the fact that as much as one million and a half 1 sterling was expended on dynamite alone.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Removal of Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Removal ol Trustees. A large number of Presbyterians belonging to the Presbyterian Church of Eastern : Australian Assembled in the Mechanics' Institute, Maclean, on Tues day last,, for the purpose of considering what steps should be . taken to maintain their right' in the Presbyterian cemetery. The meeting was convened by Messrs. J. M'Donald, F. M'Eenzie, and D. Shearer. The Rev. D. M'lnnes occupied the chair. After several gentlemen had expressed their opinions regarding the Removal of Messrs. M'Donald, M'Kenzie, and Shearer from the tiiusteeship and the appointment of Messrs. ' S. , .Macnaugh tin, Hi Garvati, B. Rankin, and !W. s|Gr. Shearer thereto, the following gentlemen were appointed a committee to prepare a petition to Parliament drawing attention to the injustice which had been done to the adherents of the Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia by ? removing the said trustees, and thereby excluding them from all rights - td and in the cemetery which had ,been used by 'the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Dismissed Civil Servants. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Dismissed Civil Servants. A large number of clerks recently em ployed in the Lands Department inti mated their attention . to the Under Secretary to-day of leaving the service immediately. Some weeks ago, when it was known that a number of efficient draughtsmen would have to -be dismissed, the Under-Secretary placed himself in communication . with tlie Lands Office officials of Victoria, with the view of ascertaining if : there were any vacancies for the gentlemen there. He has ro ceived a reply to the effect that a number of them might be taken on temporarily, but that ; the regulations -of the service prevented temporary hands being engaged for a longer period than three, months, and then at stated rates. This . informa- tion has been communicated to those draughtsmen who have been discharged.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Buill Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

The Bhlll Disaster. A. ' gopv of the' following has been forwarded to tho Public School Teachers throughout the colony,, apd bias ;been handed to us by Mr. E. M. D. Spring for publication.; — . Memorandum by t no 'Hon. James Inglis, , ' MimnKnr nf 'Pllhlin TnntrliRtinn. ' VVlioh tho ear heard me, thon it blessed me ; anil when tho eyo saw mo, it gavo witness to mo ; bccausj I dolivered tho poor that criod, nnd the fathorless, and' him that had none to help him. Tlie blessing of him that. was ready to perish canio upon mo ; aud I caused the widow's heart to sing for joy, ' In common with every citizen my feelings of compassion have been deeply stirred at, the sad news oi tho awful disaster that lias befallen the quiet hamlet of Bulli, by which fifty poor women have been rendered widows, and over three hundred little children made orphans. The light has been quenched in many a humble home, and the unparalleled magnitude 'of the crushing bereavement has stirred all Australia to its inn...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Another Wreck in Trial Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

A nolher Wreck ln Trial Bay. THB Kihppijfr , Helena ? Davies, laden : with' timber/from Nambucca for Sydney, ran fo* shelter to Trisl Bay on, Sun'dsy night last' having been caught bv a strong Southerly gale. Sh^.anchofed in the Bsy outside.- the Rocks}: but. towards morning the wind varied to the East! and the Captain knew that he w*a in a trap, did it change further .North. To make mafteri^irftwe the vessel began to drag her anchor*. Sail was therefore set. It was very dark and, raining ; but being guided by .the lights at - the Telegraph Office or Gaol, the Captain' hoped to .beat out-ty . tackiri?. Just as hp thought- he could manage, about, half past ten ' o'oloek, the - lights were put out leaving him entirely without a guidance. He perrarpred however, although it -was so dark he could riot, ,4ee ', the other seamen, and on trying to tack missed stays and he then found himself ashore, a little to the north of the new. pierV^ They remained on the vessel till day brenk with the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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New Mode of Telegraphing. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Sew JIode of Telegraphing. One' of ; the. latest . Yankee ' ideas ' is ($k\3$iectrieian gays) the ' Sucking ' telegraph receiver. This instrument does not' , derive its name from that of the inventory but from the present participle clothe yerb^' to suck.' It has long been known that telegraph operators who work continuously upon sounder circuits are, at times, liable to suffer from the strain upon the auditory nerve.. As a messages of relief the ' touch sounder by which measures are received through the ticking of the operator's finger, has already ' been brought into use in the States;' but even this arrangement is found to be attended with some, degree of,, inconvenience after a prolonged Bpell of work. . Now, however, a philanthro pist inventor has come forward with an idea which promises finally to place the poor plodding telegraph operator in the enviable position of being able to get. through his day's work with only the most inappreciable amount of mental or physical- fatigu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Business Announcements* rjlIIE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD, ? ; . . ? ? - -And i - 1 ?: - - Northern Districts. Advertiser, - ' published at , i-ii!.- OOEAKI, RICHMOND .Ritv]BB, ' Every Friday JIornlBHi.'''''- ,; The is extensively oiroulatod through*; ont tho Riohmond, Tweed, and Glaronoo'i .' Districts, and oommonds itsolf as, : 1 ' A FIRST- CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM* : ?? ' ? ' J ? ii ' Terms op Suwcbittion— Ss por. quart or j: 20s I por unnum, in advance. 6b Od pfr quarter 22s per annum, booked. The .'quarters commonco 1st January, April, July, and Ootober. Now Subsorlbors ohargod from date of reoeipt of thoir orders -only. . ADVERTISING CHARGES'. : s. d. First inoh of spaoo ............... .J!...: 2 0 Every sucooeding inoh up to six ihohos. 1 6 .Wanteds, and small advortisomonts , of fivo lines or undor (oABu) .......i..,. 1,6 Births, marriagoB, and doaths ;..:.... ... 2 0 A liberal roduotion mado for advertisements ordered for a numbor of inaortibns. . Cash must aoaompany advertiseme...

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A Model Domestic Servant. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

A Model Domestic (Servant. A siNOUTiiit case eame before the Foleshill Board of Guardians recently. A short time agO hn inmate of the workhouse, 18 years of age, named Sarah Bull, was sent out as a dnmestio aervant to a gentleman . . residing at Eaft Acton villa*, London, and a number of the guardian* of the Foleshill Union kindly sub pcr^utru iiiii mi jtijeir uwu puiMie a aiuau buhi iui the girlVbeheflt. However, the Rev. T. A. Blvthe. a guardian (through whom the situa tion for the girl was obtained) read a' letter he had recently received from ' the ' gentleman in question,' in which the writer said ' In my' last-letter to you I ventured to express a hope that Sirah Bull seemed disposed to improve. Her efforts in that direction, I am sorry to say, are very spasmodic, at very -long intervals, and her,b*c)$liding. propensities are so .frequently manifested: that my .wife despair* of making anything of her. This morning she had . to threaten to call in a policeman to get her out' of...

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Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

- - Casino/ ' ' | [lUOM OTTH OORHE8rONDENT.l ,'W Rare- had* a-cKnnge in' tliev weather y ? Saturday and Siuulay were two fine days, 'with a hot sun, which has dried up the water and, iiiado a .hard crust on tho ,mud : in our streets, so that people can got about! again . dry. shod. It's ; ft pity our j city fathers would not go in for a proper —system , of .drainage (if they , haven t the '? money, borrow it) that would carry tho water off all 'tho streets, and form tho foot-patlis with gravel or sand stone in a manner that the water would not lie on them ,then tho ratepayers would .derive some benefit from the expenditure. It is :no use forming streets with mud, making water tables to hold water like tanks, and . constructing foot-paths that yotrwill get bogged1 in after a Bbower of rain.; better, the ground was left as | nature':; formed it. If some of the aldermen' would exercise their brains for the good; of the Corporation, in the maViber they do about the consumption of .peer,...

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Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Samoa* The Southland Tikes has made the following oxtraots from the letter of a business man in Samoa to a relative in Southland. He says : — : 'Be trade{ I found on my return from the colonies this is at a standstill., All. merchants are just waiting to Bee how things go. The Samo'aris themselves are not working, and as. the greater part of the business is dono with them: von will'norceive linw it in nntMnv immV is doing. ' What we want to send' the pla'oe ahead is settlement— settlement of a class of people who do not mind ' roughing it, and ' Vho havo a little capital. There is muoh wealth in the land. : The soil iiB very rioh; mad all: tropical . Sroducta grow luxuriantly. Wo have at our isposal some . 290,000 acres of this land, and we desire to make some nee of it as soon as possible. To enoourage persons to . try thoir Iuok wo are forming several settlements. Set? tiers are required to have a oapital of from £500 td £1000, and at ' the end of five years, provided they f ulfU ...

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INQUIRY INTO THE WORKS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

IKUIJIRT IHTO TIIE WORKS DBPARVMeiliT.,. We publisb this conclusion of the report ,of the Coramis8ion~appointed by Mr. W. , ?Jt Ltne, ex-Minister' 'f-br ' Works, : whose laibours were brought to an abrupt termi nation 'oin the advent of Mr. SUTHERLAND to ' that department a few weeks ago. On reading this portion of the report the most superficial reader cannot but be struck by tho unwisdom of the ' abrupt termination' of the investigation, an investigation the result of which would have been to have saved the colony some hundreds of thousands of pounds of use less expenditure, and rendered the prac tical working of the : department: much more effective. Two or three - items un earthed during the excavations made by the Commission in this portion of the Government quarry, and which unsatis factory discoveries perhaps prompted Mr. Sutherland to stop any further, work ings in that direction, we rn^y? fairly exhibit to -W readers, as being matters intimately .affecting them and their in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

General ? WANTED, two APPRENTICES to tho Dressmaking. Apply at once to MISS COUHLA.N, Richmond Terrace, next Com- J meroial Hotel. ,. ANTED to lease, a COTTAGE of four . rooms and- kitchon. Must bo in a high J and hoalthy situation — near Publio School. Apply 'Touant,' carp of Hebald Office. . . WANTED, at Broadwater^ Wardell, ( and Ballina', activo Correspondents , for this Journal. Apply by lottor to the / PnoriuETOK; O R: SAL E. .. J. C. BRECKENRTDGE has always on ? hand for salo : — Dairy Oowa, Hoifora, Bullocks, Upstand ing Saddle Hacks. Also, somo roallj- first class ! raught Horsos and Maros, both broken and unbroken. JOSEPH DUNSTONE, C.E., i Architect, ENGINEERING SURVEYOR, AND CON TRACTOR'S AGENT. Plans and Specifications prepared. Tracings made, and Estimates given. Address: KEEN-STREET, LISMORE. ' g P EC I A L NOTIC E. To Advertisers. Wo beg to inform advertisers and others that in futuro porsons sonding Advertise- . ments to this office will be hold PERSON ALITY RESPONSI...

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ANOTHER PROFITABLE LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

ANOTHER PROFITABLE LOCAL IWllUMTKir. In August of last year we wrote sug gesting the advisability of forming an associatioti on'-the Richmond River for supplying the Sydney market with meat, butter, cheese, eggs, and other produce, m good order and condition, all the year round by means of a steamer provided with a refrigerating or cooling chamber, and pointed out that, '' not only would such an association find a ready market for exceptionally good and fresh produce of the kinds mentioned, but the lament-: able losses experienced through the de tention of [ live stock at the Heads, would be totally done away with. Cattle could be slaughtered and sent down quite fresh, even if the vessel carrying the meat should unfortunately be ' detained for a few days in consequence of stress of weatheiyand the beef would be in as pink condition on its arrival at market as when the : beasts were killed. iThese facts deserve to-be well considered by :our agriculturists and pastoralists, as it woul...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

CABLEGRAMS. London. Tuesdav. The Pope has instructed the Irish bishops to abstain from taking part in the national agitation in Ireland. Tho Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs has resigned, Russian is reported to- bo collecting stores on the Afghan frontier. A British and colonial anti-bounty society uas ocen lormcti. Lord Salisbury i.s in favour of diffe rential, duties, stick: as would protect colonial as against, fpreign, produce, ; Tho, Easter, Volunteer manoeuvres m England w'er(j, unusually ^ucccgsful.,^ The. Duke 'of Cambridge warmly eulogised, the officers and men. London, Wednesday. The Speaker of the House of Commons has resumed his duties after his illness. An agroement has been arrived at be tweon the British and Russian Govern ments regarding the principal settlement of the Afghan boundary. A mission from the Soudanese, toge ther with four envoys with letters to the Queen from the Sultan aud Khedive, passed through Wady Haifa.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

Hrlef Mention. : lfi2 insolvencies in ,X. S. W. in March. At a place called Antony it rained 27 inches in 26 days. Dr. Carr. R. C Archbishop of Melbourne, will sail for Australia after Easter. Drink bill of New South Wales 12s 2d por head less last year than in 188H. The Hon. R*. Wisdom has been offered the honour nf TTnio-hthonrl. Tho Into Aaron Waxman left real and personal property amounting to £101. .100. 2ft now casos of typhoid fever reported from Melbourne. Treasurer Burns says ' that taxation should fall equitably on all classes.' Great Scot- ! The Commission has advised that tho Colonial Architect's Department be abolished. :Tho estimated population of N. S. Wales on 31st December was 1,001.00(1. During the month of March 71} inchos of rain fell 'at Cairns. Queensland. . It is rumoured that a wealthy syndicate intend erecting a largo sugar mill at Rous. The Mclbourno Cup inonoy will hmonnt to £'2.500 this year. Both Coraki Schools of Art dcclino to take up the Bulli disasto...

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TELEGRAPHIC. Sydney. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. Sydney. Tunsilav. Owing to tho illness of Sir W. Man ning, another judge has been appointed to tho Doniliquin Circuit. At a sale of yearlings yesterday forty eight lots realised £5015. Mr. W. Gannon purchased tho brother, to tlio Broker for 500 guineas, . sister to Cairo for 330 'iiinnas. FnreNter nnlf, liv ATnii byrnong-Gipsy Girl 220 guineas. S. Pattison, a coit by Grandmaster-Baroness for 315 guineas. The Bulli relief, fund yesterday had reached £7116. ' J ? At tho glove figlit at Foley's for .£200, between Hall and Mitchell, 1000 persons were present ; prices of admission, £1 and 10s. Forty-six rounds wero fought, and tho fight ended in a draw. In tho foot-race between Hutchens and Samuels, 130 yards for £200, Samuels won by a yard and a half. , The ? Canterbury Park races for to-day. have been postponed indefinitely, owing to the continued rain, j The meeting at tho Roaehill races, in aid,, of i the Bulli relief fund, has been, 'postponed until May, -7th. Robert Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

?' Special Advertisements. . [An oxtra ohargo of 20 por c.ent matlo for !ad vert.isementsinsertecLiu this, column.] ED I 0 A L. F. €9. COKKOR, .????. M. ]}., M. Cit., Edinburgh University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; ' ? ? and at ? : Murray's hotel, soutii. woodburn, . from 10 to 1 o'clock, EVERY TUESDAY. EDI OA L NOTICE. | Dr. W. H. TttlNMNSi M.;R. C. S., L. S. A., - London, Begs to announce that ho tins takentheplMtloe of Dr. V lOr.KTTB, lately of Wardell, and will visit WOODBURN on Mondays and BROAD WATER on TmritsnATB. - - ' : FOR SALE, oii deep-water frontage, within 4 mi en 'of Coraki, a first-clas* FARM of 100. acres. 30 acres cropped ; subdivided into 7! 'paddocks: / GoodDwelling-house, Barn, ' Milking Yards, ;&c. Terms oasy. ' ! CHARLES STAMFORD, ; f.,:. «... .,.1 . ; Auctioneer, Coraki. . | QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. 'Oiir Accounts for Subscription,' Adver Using, Printing, &p.,TOTtbe.Qiwrtflr ending - .Hut March art now' issued, and an early ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887

? Shipping Notices. rpOiTHE TRAVELING PUBLIC IN X '',; 'Uio Richmond River Distriot. JOHN- SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers. Until1 further notlOo tlio Favourite Passenger Stehmtra' HfiLEN NICOLL and AUSTRA LIAN ,will run an follows Tho'S.fr.' HELEN NIOOLL, Oaptain II. A. ? ? SVnsor, ' leaving Sydney SATURDAY : NIGHTS; at 9 o' clonic. : Leaving 1 Grhfton ?' WEDNESDAY 1 MORNINGS, at 0 o'clock. The B.fl, AUSTRALIAN, Captain H. .0. Chnd-, vloiffh,' .leaving. :Sydnoy,: TUESDAY NIGHTS, at 9 o'clock. Leaving Grafton : SATURDAY MORNINGS, atS.SOo'olook. ; ; . i . . - . i f- i ? . . i f i ? s . . - — — -— . ; t Igp. . These st earners onll .regularly at Law-' ? ronoe,. Rooky Mofuth, and Harwood Island, for passengers by the Casino, Woodburn,.. and - Swan Bay Coaohes. ... PARE 8- '' ; Saloon— Single ? ? ? ? £2 0 0' 1' Rotum ........ .. 3 10.0 ' Steerage — oaoh way ? 0 0 . 'RETURN TICKETS avallablobyoithor ? eteamor. -i:' '' ? ?' ' ? ' ? ? ? ? ;? '' ?- JOHN SEE and COMPANY. .gTEAM SYDNEY.' ,!:Ut...

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