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To the New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887
To the lew Hebrides. Unusual interest seemed to attach to' the; departure of tho missionary sohooner Day-, spring for tho Now Hebrides on Saturday last, the friends of tho mission mustering in much stronger forco than on previous occasions, and their numbers, including about 20 OhrinHiiii lint.ivna nf varinna nf fhn South Soa Islands, who joinod in wishing I the vessel and her passengers and orew God-Speed. Among those present' wore the Revs. Dr. Steel, A. Gardiner, D. Smith, Osborno, James Cosh, R. 8. Patoraon, Copeland, Miller. A short service was held on board the vessel, conducted by the Eovs. Messrs. Cosh and Osborne, and soon afterwards she haulod away from Goodlet's Wharf and proceoded down : tho harbour, about 200 of those present accompanying her to the Heads. Several hymns were rendered by the natives on the way down, but as they endeavoured to sing in English, the effect was not nearly so good as if one of thoir own mellifluous languages had been usod. The Dayspring paeso...
Getting out of the Ruts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1887
Getting out .or the Rats. There is some foundation for the repu tation farmers have of running their business in ruts. Routine is a good thing in its place, but divergence has its ad-' vantages. All improvements are made by those who get out of the beaten track, arid try new crops, new fertilizers, new stock and tools, and new methods. Every farmer should study the new things set forth in the agricultural papers, nnd at the agricultural gatherings. He will find chaff among the whoat, no doubt, but the sifting process cultivates a habit of thinking, and adds to. his knowlcdgo ovory year. It is important to havo half an aero or moro devoted to experiments in fertilizers, in new veget ables and fruits, in draining and sub soiling, in shallow aud deep manuring. A hint in a paper is ono ; a test in the soil, undor your own supervision, is quite another. It is barron upon the printed page ; but when committed to tho soil, it may fructify and bear fruit, some thirty, some sixty, and somo a...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
cablegrams. London, Tuesday. In the House of Commons, the Irish Crimes Bill pansed the second reading by a majority of 101. Mr. Gladstone prcdioted the bill would produco secrct societies find bo the means of increasing crime in Ireland, ? Mr. Pavnell. stated that a letter pub lished in the Times was a villainous and barefaced forgery, ., , TI.o A nnfrftlmn ,r j.110 fi.uon.miau .va the Imperial proposals for the defence of the colonies. The discussion of affairs in tho 'Western .Pacific was postponed until .Monday next. , J, The P. and O. Company's steamer Tas mania was, totally wrecked on some r.ocks off the island i-?f Corpica. Two jofficeva] arid twenty-two Lascajjs were drowned. , Sir T. G; . Browne, , late Governor of Tasmania and New, Zealand, is dead. ? The firm of Laud, and Stugdale, Aus tralian merchants, have failed. Liabili ties, £80,000, IV The Mahdi offers to administer the Soudan and pay tribute- to the Sultan. Th? , Marquis of Hartington has chal lenged Mr. Pamell to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
? General Notices. Q II M . S . TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS will bo received by tho Under signed, up to 9 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, tho 27th instant, for work on tho following Roods : — Casino to Woodburn. Woodburn to St-lman's. Ropaira to Coraki Punt Approaches. Hppflifioations may bo soon at tho Post Offico, Coraki, and at Ceurfc-houso, Woodburn, for Work on Solman's Road. P. J. CHEFFINS. Road Suporintondoht. Coiiino, 15th April, 1887. QEDAB LOGS, C. I. S. LOST, during tho flood, several CEDAR LOQS, brandod C.I.S. Anyono holding same, on notifying to the nnderaignod will be REWARDED for their troublo, but are ' cautioned against disposing of or appropriating them to their own ure. F. G. CROUCH. Q.OOD DRY PADDOCKS. The Undersigned ,. is prepared to receive HORSES, MAKES, and FOALS for, AGIST MENT. Land high arid dry and well-graMod. Single head,... ? ? CdpeT week Mare and Foal ? ? ; 8d ?„ . W. BAILLIE, Codrington. IJIO OWNERS OF STOCK. The undersigned is open to PURCHASE MIXED STORE CATTLE, i...
TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
TELEG11APIIIC. ! Sydney, Tuesday. I The, Cabinet has repealed the Executive a decision, of twenty years ago; that patent feoa be allowed to Crown Law and other ofBoersof the Government. ; £40,000 have been placed on the Esti mates as a: gratuity to munioipalitiea in placejofi yearly endowments. The Governor .visited Admiral Fairfax on : board ,the .Nelson, . and , was saliited with seventeen: guns. The Ministry. ,-riil visit the Admiral to-day,. . „ The Cabinet has , decided : that Civil servants, in future, , are inot to receive any remuneration beyond that , allowed by tlje State,, The proposed Great Centennial Stakes pi £5000, announced- by -the RosehUl Racing Club, has fallea throitgh. ' Tho final heat of the Electric Light Handi^jre'stilted as/folloW^:— Moifejr; Mi!l^; '01iaafe,: G'arfigal. Ttere l^ave' been. '276 entries' received 'for' thei^ Cii'r- ringtoti Seisond Handicap;' ; to be run on May Tth find'Hth1.1 ; ' '' n 'SiriiifBT, 'Wodn^day.'' : The ' tobadco mahrtfacturera w...
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS, j ?' ?? 8YDN£3S,;TauiiSDAT,6p.m. I (Fioin thoMiinagor.Clarpuco Iviyor and North , Coast Farmers' iAiisqaiation, Limitod.) Maize, ;1b,. in good demand ; nuu'ket bare,' ' (From Tato Brothors'' A'gency aad Trading ' ' Company, Limited.) ? Sound old maize, 4s' 3d ; dry now, 4s; soft lots, dull pigs,.. very, aearoo, at long prices; calves, 30s,to'/j0s j.oows iu iuU milk, £Vto £18;. lueorno bay, £$; chaff, 5b 10d ; oats, 2s 5d ; hay','£C ; 'flour, £11' Cs ; hides, 3|d to -ld ; tal low;' JE8 person; eggs, 2s inz. \ fowls, 4s to 4S: 3d per pair ; ducks, 4s 6d per pair ; geese, 8s; potatoes, £4'6s ; butter, very iirui at Hid ; cheese, (5d ; bacofij 7d; . .hran, 9jiiL' Dairy produeji) fllmbr all roipd. ' . '
Political Plums. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
Political Plums. (Fhom Ansaud and Co.) Aa n rather largo doputotion woro leaving tho o£Bco of tho Colonial Troasuror on Monday thoro waa a slight pauso on tho part of somo, who appoarod not to know tho, points of exit. ' Surely, Mr. Dibbs,' said tho Troasuror, ' you known the way out.' ' Yes,' said tho former laughing; ' tho trouble is to find the way in.' ' A Pitt and a Pool, rollod in to one, only in a smullor compass, ' was tho polite way jt.-urtt.ua ruiui rou w i/iiu tiuiuur muiuuui for the Richmond, lust woek. Dibbs stylos Parkos a ' hoary-headod politican,' and Parkes says Dibbs is' a ' bald-headed politican.' ^ ' Mr. Cameron, spooking on Sir. Honry Parke's interference at elections, road the following as 1 ' The Song of Ninian Mol villo,' an unpublished poem written by tho late Honry Kendall ' ' Houso .with high august traditions, Chamber whore tho voico of Lowo, ? And thoJordly words, of Wontworth sounded thirty years ago ; Halls familiar to our fathers, where in days exalte...
Discovery of Human Remains Near Wentworth [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
Discovery 'of Human Remains Near Wentworth A BBXABKABLB discovery of human remains has been made near MilkeHgay,' about' 60 tnilei' from Wentworth, a portion of Avoca. Station. A rabbiter named Halbert, while on his round discovered what proved, to be the bones of some_ unfortunate bushman. Close by th* remains a .pair, of : bluchers and a -wax vesta box , were , found, rusty and, Crushed by some. Sasainir animal, but ^rith the. name, 7 Bell apd. 'lack quite legible,, and containing- three cheques, amounting to over £15, wrapped in a (iIaaa Af atnnoit twill a*iJ well preserved. The cheques were drawn in February, April, and September, 18M, 'the printing perfectly pUin. while the writing is readable!'; They were all drawnfn fkvour of Wm. Roberts, ons each on the CodiMereial Bank, Sydney. and ths Bank of Victoria, Mel bourne, by the Australian Pastoral and Invest ment Co., Limited; Bobsrt. Hughes, super? intendent, Q. W. Lambert, , .accountant, The. third wisa drawn at Hodrara station...
River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
Plver, Nleam^re Time-Table-, Ten,; following time-table is published for gepei;al., information : — The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismoro every morning, returning to Woodburn in thejafternoon. ? ? ; The Triton 'leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9- a.m;; and Casino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and 8aturday. i-, -?/. - - Fe# wick's steamers - leave Lismore for. BallinS, pp^Ballina for Lismore at 8.30 a.m. dpily,. .
Irish Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
, -. Irlab Aflfolrs. ,. . Lord RAirooLpn CnDRoanx, in a speech at Birminghamt accused Mr. Gladstone pi fanning Irish discontent; and an attempt', to coerce the people of England to rescind the mandate of the late general . elections. ! It is etated that a ^igantio scheme is. being prepared, the object of . whioh will be to boyoott all who are Charged with the administration of the Orimes- Act1 in Ire and; itnd those ' who side; with the Irish.' JKxecutive. it ls iurtnermore stated that Xrisfl Am^nranB wUl ^ swk ' to : be arrest^ idjordier to eiiibroil.'the Raited' 'States in! the Irish difficulty. , , - i jRpui§! . of;. OpmmoQB, Majoc Saunaerspu, aooused Mr. Stucton, a promin ent member of the Irish National party. ol attending a ifteeting - tat ? ' Olanan^all of ' a- murder isooiiaty, of which Patrick' Egan was elected 'Prebident1 ' 1 Mr: Seifon ' catted' ^aunaOTsoa laieruai- uar» ana threatened i, ta oram' tho stat'emqnt down, the' Ijfaj tifr'd thrtfeit and .thiraih | within' aii ...
The Imperial Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
The Imperial Conference. Thb oost of maintenance of the proposed fleet for Australia is now ' stated to amount to £153,000 on a war footing, and the Biuking fund for depreciation has likewise been pro portionately increased. The Vietomn delegates object to the fleet leaving Australian waters without the consent of their Cabinet. Sir F. Dillon Bell, on behalf of the colonies, propose* to repeal section 7 of the Colonial Reenter Act, urging that the stamp and probate uutico uu^ui w iw tjuveiticu ujr tup jntiue vi domioile of the shareholder. On the resumption of the Conference on the 14th, the proposal to grant power to trustees to invest in colonial stocks and.ihe question relating to the' marriage laws will be discussod. The colonial ; delegates to the Imperial Conference held a meeting on April 6. All the representatives expressed themselves in favour of an extension of colonial probates and judgments to. Great Britain, and decided to draft certain clauses to be submitted' to a sel...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
Commercial.' Messrs. Hawthorne and Small report selling the stoclnln-trade,' furniture, license, and . goodwill bf the ''Club hotel, South ' Grafton ; also.flfvwtuillplantandtyvnof 8',,hon^»»a}l at satisfactory prices. , On, Tuesday, at auction miloh cows at £6 6s, 2 at '£4 6s,' £4 Is, £6 1 Ss, £5 6s, £2 -16s, 2 £3, £2 18, £2 15s, £2 12s £2 1 a.-— Privately, 140 fat sheep at 10s 6d per ;? -' . bead.) j'. ;'?!-?* V': iP.i'i.i /? ' Tate Bros., Agency and Trading Company,'; Limitedi.,report:— Old Maize, 4s 3d, new, 3a 9^'wr, bushed; Pigs, 'small, 20sto3Qs, large, '3^ tCl 'SSs ;? CalvesjBroall, 20s to'66s'each and eea^ ;'IMIlhn ,ppw;8, in demand,1 best, £14 10si' otbeiB'fromf£7 tipwayds Hides,' 3Jd 44 per Sotind t: Be^, in hundred : pound ? oasks, 24s ; [aye's Flour, £11 10s per ton; Bran, -9d per bushel ^j'EgKS, l lB/lOd per dofcen ; Fowls, 4s 6d per-pafc; Duoltg, 4s 64. per. pair ; Geese, 8s per Baoou^^di per iproiul ; , Butter ; i lOd ppr; pound; Cheese^ 5d, per ppimd j l^uoerne Hiff...
The A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
'?The1 A.if.C. Autumn Meeting. ;;[By Tolograph.j!;; : ? Sydney,' Saturday. ?? THE races concluded to-day; 1 with tho fol lowing results : — I '£0119 Handicap— Invador, Blairgowrio, Shaiits.',' Twelve, startod.y r,i ? Second N nrsory— Perf umo , Modrhouso, Dova.''/,'' : ; Plac4 Handicap-^-Riugmaster,. Crossfire, Stanley. .Woii easily. Time, 2.40., , .Steeplechase— Marmiou, Dragon, Scobe loff. Marmion carried 9s£; and won easily. Club Handicap— Trident, Volcano, The Nun. 1 ????? ? ' ?? i Free ? 'Handicap — Stanley j Honoydew, : Tom Brown. Time, 2.20.
How Local Option Works In Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
llow liocal Option Works In Canada. As regards the general drinking publio, however, the universal testimony bf all with whom. I conversod, and of my own eyes, largely exerted upon the phenomena willy nilly, vas simply this — that there was somewhat loss drinking than forniorly but a great doal moro besotted drunken ness. Eyery day or two excursion steamers and excursion trains brought in crowds of people from the surrounding villages and tho back country of Kingston apparently for no other purpose on earth, than to get drunk and then go home again. And get drunk they did, without doubt ; drutik to a'niliti, in immense phalanxes. On such occasions tbb whole town wais sometimes given oy?r bodily to a vast orgie,;a saturnalia of unobstructed and undeterred drunkenness. . Nobody seemedi inclined to interfere; the police, were powerless. ! 'It's the Scott Act,' they said'; With a ' tolerant shru^, when one spoko to them abopt, the nuisance ; ,'^o'u; can't, ^prevent, e^^i'bn^s^s going to...
A Caution to Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
,i j: i. r. i: / :: o 'J ' o,l, v...„ A^^jtiiitied' IndtteBt' *as held^bV' Vhi'' 6ity ! Coroner, MrPH'. SnieU; ; J. P,;' atthe Uniperilal'' Sotel, Erskineville«rpadi - Macdonaldtown, lltibiag' the death Of a ohild named 'Oatheririe Mabel Jones, who was found dead in her b^d ' on^Wednesday the 30th of last month at about ^(Sa^odneeday afterpaon she complJiiiedtoi And hflr nnf hov f/t shortly aftejr ^'lo'olodk^ W^^ 'hit one of Stesdman'sSootHlag Powaen.. $-u ?-Jpfleriee,- who made/ aipostM»o(tem- eniniiiation of the' body, 'was of opinion that the phild must have recently . suffered from an . att^ok of, pleurisy, all the internal organs,, exoept the left lung, being in a normal oori '' H'' ! ' i A . Elizabeth Jpnes, 'mother; -(-f /the deceased, stated that she bought somo Steedman'sSooth- ; ing Powders from a chemist named Williams, ^t , Newtown. - She gave , deceased pne the liigKt. before sho died. 'Mr. Hamlet deposed that he fonnd a con siderable amount of morphia in the stomaob. H...
Lismore. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
? Xilsinore. [FbOM OtJlt COBRKWONDRNT.l Thb past wook allowing tho Btroots and roads to dry a littlo, pooplo nvailod thom Bolvos of tho opportunity by, outering briskly into tlioir outdoor pursuits. Far m ors who liavo boon unable to got thoir produco to town for somo tirao, owing to tho iloodod crooks and honvy roads, suo coodod this week in getting a portion of . thoir harvesting shipped. But, as uiight ' bo ox doc tod, maizo that had boon rrallod and baggod somo months ago, and shut up ' in tho oarus during tho lato wot. and oloso woathor, has groatly sufforod by inildow and weevils. Many of our chooso manu facturers who had not boon ablo to got their produce away on account of tho bad roads and weather, also. took advantago of, the fow fine days, and shipping was tho ordor of the day with thorn. At a public mooting hold in the Albert Theatre last week, for tho purpose of eym peithising with ' tho sufferers by the Bulli disaster, tho sum of £25 was colloctod in the hall. In, .the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
?^v '' Special Advertigemeilte. / [An extra charge of 20 per cent made for ad |vi vertisements inserted in this oolumn.] EDI O A L, F.G.CONNOR, M. B.,)M. On., EDiNDunon University, may be consulted at Mobta' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to ,1 o'olock, , O' EVERY TUESDAY. D 'i O A L ' N O T I O E. Bp. W. H. TOMLIK8, ; . ; M. R. O. S., L. S. A., London, Begs to nnnounco that he has taken the piactice of Dr. V iomjtte, lately of Wardell, and will visit WOOD BURN on Moiojats and BROAD WATER on TmrasnATe. J FOR SALE, on deep-water frontage, within i-l miei of Coraki, »a' first-class FARM of 100 acres. 30 aores eroppsd ; subdivided into 5 paddocks. Good Dwelling-houso, Barn, Milking Yards, &c. Terms easy. : i ' CHARLiB STAMTFORb,; ? Auotioneer, Coraki. i ? — QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Our Accounts for Subscription, Adver | tising, Printing. &o.vfot'theQunrt^r ending | 31st March ots now issued, and an early j settlement of the,^atne;:is' r...
A New Rennet. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
: ; :rii; rfl Thb tntmtural ri$--t&r in « -«oani'iiMe o( the EoMniK&lAi& wrHes asfollo w* regarding a':- the. . apeoial f^turj||ofaie che|i(we»hibhk-na'i»hieh iwyto^^^Sto;^:^!'=b*^Q§wlii:;:-hidR' is entwM';is inaael-^the *Mnetlne whioh hak been.invented by the celebrated German savant, - ?hOW .^fitha Ngrth-^a-t. Somerset .farmers' . of the cheese eutered'was made with this new , .renneU'Srtd.ejcK of ^ifl^^xi^iridlion&l^ .... thejothers were wjonW it Thi^t thi's'a.is.eovery. of p'r.^lumenthsl's u of great 1 im^ortai^pe tci tKo. English : flhe?i^waker no one can doubt.' , The preparation Of reanet from Uife calfs veil hMi adways'be^.aii^objectiohable and aVtintesi . aft undett'aln 'probes's, and maiiy; ^ mjillfer bfi .cheese hujaij^d^to eome^up to^the stan|da(.^ of which --H():cfiee£9-mBkef wea'cApable,' Jrorn the irregular, coagulating' effects of ,the rennet.' On the' other hand; so calUd reunet'substitutos1 ; hjkye chemical productions, of a; , harna...
THE DEBATE ON THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
THE DEBATE ON THE l?K i NANCIAL ' STATEMENT. Tee first three or four preliminary en gagements between the plutocratic party, headed. by General i Sir Hark? . Pakkes, and the middle and working classes, led by General Abbott, 'appear to warrant a spectator in arriving at the conclusion that whatever the result may be the latter party certainly 'has 'the power of right, and it will only be bv the force'of numbere,, position, and stratagem that j their opponents will succeed in thrusting | upon the 'people a system of taxation the incidence of which they cannot by either blatant oratory or the subtlest and most strained logic prove to be fair and equit able — touching the poor and the rich alike. Even the mouthpiece of the Go- j Vernment, Mr. Wise, member for South ' Sydney, who is described by Mr. Me£^ yiLLE as ' a perfect gosling in politics,' and to whom was deputed the task of attempting to reptil tne tremendous on slaught of the honorable member for the Murrumbidgee, Mr. Dibbs, . ...
Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887
: Claaette Notifications* ScHoiJkBTlO.— Th 0 following teachers gained promqtjjoaby examination in Deoember la*t :-~ Heleh»YMurphy,,Broad water ; Louisa Peard, Lisrapifi^i«; ? : . Tinn-tll. ^TendeiiB are called up to 4th May forPort'aiid Telegnpli Office, Drake, , TmtwMjy AcoBsrm^Coritraot l-Q. Road from-, Croa« .Roads to Ballina, Thos. Qlynni £245. .. Xtudr- l«Qt Road -from. Selma&'a . M Woodburn, H. O'Mean, |£28S; , ftidofove^ Piora Creekj'Bopd CSaainoto Tahulam» Deplng