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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Business Annonhoementi* rpH E moima NO kiveh J HERALD, AND ' ' Or Northern Districts Advertiser^ ?' published at ' ?' O O B A K I, RIOHMOND BIVBB, Every Friday Morning. . ' .'''j* The Hbbald is extenHivoly oiroulated through*,-; oat tho Riohmond; Tweed, and Clareiioe'' : '' Distriots, and commonds itself . aB A FIRST* CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM.1 'j Tkmcsof SuBSCBiprioH— 6s per quarter, 20a || per annum, in advanced 6s 6d prr quarter i- 22s per annuth,] booked. The qdwriera ', conunenbe 1st January, April, Jidy, a&.'[ October. New Subscribers eharged . ? from , - date of receipt of their ordeta'onlyi ' ? - ? it i .V -o ? tii i.!|i ADVERTISING CHABGE8: ' '''Vi j &?' First inoh of. spaoe Every succeeding inoh up to Hut inches.^l; ....^,,; Wanteds, and small advertisements of! !w ,v .ii ' five lines or undor (oasb) lft. Births, 'marriages, and deaths.. 2 ' , A liberal rednction made, for advertisements .' ordered for a number of insertions. ' Cash must acoompany advnrtiso...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advantage of a Good Sire. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

The Adviutake ef » Deed hire. Wb examined a horse last week that oame as near our idea of the perfect farm horse as we have seen. Broad and strong; gentle and kind,' of good color, a willing worker, a fair roadster, ana with far more than the usual equine intelligence. The first reason her owner gaVe for excellence was ; 'It cost COdol to sire her.' There is a good deal in that remark. If you will think it over.you will find that every first oiass norse tnaryoumow or cost more money than the common horse. A 50dol oolt is a SOdol colt, and a 6dol oolt is a 6dol colt, every time. Baok in the pedigree of every first-olass anlmal wlll be found a good sixed service fee. We do not wish to be understood as saying that by 'simply paying a large asrvloe fee a fanner may ooriside* himself sure to secure a good colt. Wc do inean that, the service of a first-class;' sht^-ely,'welUbrsd animal lswtwth ten times as much as that of a scrub.' There is-no law, of nature that can enable scrubs to prod...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

* SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ?! At-ottTAT.q. ' April 16— BELLINGER, s., Captain Alloy, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Elvery, and 6 in tho stop'ragc. Circro, (10 tons general mer chandise. and sundries. Cleared Sydwv Heads ' at 4.30 p.m on the 13th, paused Seal Rooks at 4.30 n.m. on the 14th, Sraokey Capo at 4.30 and Sojith Solitary at 11 'p.m.' game day ; cros sed the Riohmond Bur at 11 a.m. on the loth, an^ arrived at Coraki at. midnight. Expert ended light variable winds and a heavy easterly swell with heavy rain'durlnir the passage. April ! 7—' TOMKI, a., Captain H. Jaokson, from Sydney. Passongers — Mosdames Soiling and servant, Dnrrett, Campbell, Whalon. Frnser ; -Messrs. 'Wilson. Pascoe. Soiling, Muir, Colley, Savill, Paulson, Kibby, Carson, Stods, M'Lennan, Hyde, Larkin, ana 6 in the steer age. Cargo, 200 tons general merchandise, 80 fiheep. and sundries. Left Sydney on tho 14th 8 p.m., crossed the Riohmond Bar at 4 p.m. ? on the 16th, and arrived at Coraki at 7 a.m. on.the 17th....

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 — 22 April 1887

?!:''! in j'i'.. . i'; ?' i : .--\f I ii ik . Shipping Notices. ' ^?PgAI* 'Td^to^ROM SYDNiiT. Ej.i .,1,7 ? . ':7'l;ri..! I ,..i , : ... , M , UNTIL FUItTIIHR NOTIOB I The Favourite, Novr, Twin -sqrow. , Steamer / ^lirgb'oj'jCAriAiN ' SxipiBpii, will^liq , despatched fr6m. Lismoro about' every Sovon 1 Dw ' i FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Curront Rites, '' tt^.Paesago Tiokots availublo byauy of theCompany's Steamers from any Riveif. ' : agents.. . '.V; : ; [ ? -..i- Olarenco River: ; ? 1 | EDWARD OREER, Grafton. 1 ! '? .Richmond Riyer: , . i JOHN.M'LENNAN, Lismore. THOMAS M0BB8, Ballina. - J. STOREY, Coraki. Nont— -The Company have also' . decided .to 1 rntt the «.& PLATYPUS regularly, should suf- ' fldantSudaoement offer. ? R. COOKE,! i ; v * Secretary. C.and R.R. 8. N. Co., Sydnoy, June 1st, 1886. j- M-.i ?? ?' ;?- ^ ?' . I ? ? QOTJ3JHARM PASSENGER ; ,TRADEl : ? ?: ? ,The CL ftR.R.S.N. Go. having .purchased the fast *pd favourite ,. ' ; IRVINQTOIV, have had her paiotod and thorou...

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 — 22 April 1887

Coraki Post-Offlce. Ansiviit «»» Depabtdbe or Maiis. MilM arrive.from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburni.a'nd Swan s Ijay every Monday ?and Thureday. -'atP 3.3ft p.m.; ana blose for 't^ie same pjaces^ every {Tuesday, and (Friday - Rt'Slplm, i(i Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallah, and Guudur imba daily^and cloie' for.samo places eveijy Monday and Thursday, at ,3.35 p.m. Arrive' from Casino arid Codrington every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 «T:iri. ; 'and closefor same places every ' Mon day and Thursday,''^ 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, Wardell'j and Broad water. ,

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Religious Memoranda. BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

'? Iteliglouii Jlemoraiida. ' ( v. BattIst ChWch: ' ' ' ' 24— Pimlico. 11; Wardell, 3.30 ; Broadwater, 7.30— ThoC'felbweltybV '' ' ? j-.L ioO lii Weseevan Cmmcn. : ? ?!' M*J^-lti-CowlarigJlll.^a.^l. ' Alatonvilky ? 23i'- ^.rai 'Llsmore, 7.30p.m. 8— Wyrallah, 11 a.m. Guudurimba (Mt.' Montgomery's vacant house). 3 p.m. Lismore, ?y.HOp.iftw-Rcv'.Fredk. O.Boyer.' April 24— Casino, 11 a.m. Irvington, 2.30'p.m. Lismore, 7-30'(y.tn. .'I '?'!'! ) MayV^-Lismore 11 a.m. Irvington, 3.30 p.m. ?Casino, -7.30 p.nir - 8— Greenridge- -., (Messrs. vMimngham and Woods'), lia.m. Irvington,3 p.Vn.1-' Casino, ^jJOjp.mi^Rev;^ Howard P, Grainger. :? ' » - April 24— Meerschaum, 11 a.in. , Alstonville, 2.30 p'm.' ' . -i May 1 — Wyrallahj ll a.m;— Mr. S; T. North cott. May 1— Moereohaum, -11 a, mi— Mr. Jones.'''. April 24 — Wyrallah,' 11 a.m. ? MW. ,8-rMeersohaum, 11 a.m. Alstonville, ? 2.30 p.m.— S. j. , ? , i April 24— Dunoon, 2.30 p.m. May. ,1 --Baxhill, 3 p.m. i - j 8— I)unoon,2.30p.m.— Mr.Robt. Arthur. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Forgotten Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

A Forgotten Town. Representative Dick Townsend of Illinois, loaned against tho counter of the Riggshonse, and addressing some of hiB' Congressional associates said : — 'I have just received a letter from ono tho oldost towns in the country, and, yot I doubt, if any of you ever heard of it. Tho placo is Kaskaskia. It is a village in the southern part of Randolph county, on tho Mississippi river. It was a town with its history and tra ditions while the site which thb city of Chicago now , occupies , was a . howling wilderness. . - It ip so old, notwithstanding the supposed newness of our State, that a history of tho Western country, pub lished a hundred years ago, refer to St. Louis as being an important trad ing. post in Missouri, near the flourishing city of Kaskaskia. Kaskaskia was founded in 1(51,8. , ,:Thor .yea^preyipus Lasalle tind Joliet, two daring, and zealous, French priests, caine down from Canada through' the lakos trying to find aii' outlet to the Pacific. Upon their ret...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

OiHIclul Correspondence. Thb following lettcf hafi been kindly forwarded to us from the 'members for the distriot for publication':—^1 ; , Department^ Publio Works, Sydney, 12th ApHl,' '1887.— QentTemen,— I am directed to aoknowlodge the rdoeipt' of' a petition, &b., ' presented' by you oii the snbjeot of a grattt for road from the Woodburn-Lismoro road towards Oortki^'ail4 to inform 'yon that the matter has veeu xeierrea ior- toe reporc oi cno uommis ? missioher!fdr- Roads, and when the : necessary information; has beou, received; a further oom munjoatioa will be made to you. — I have, &o., JpHH IUb, Under Sooretary.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Peers and the Arab. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

- The Peers arid the Arab; The 'London Club Louflger' 'of the S. M.rHeraldf telh the following: — 'A good story,, has been . going , round the clubs,; in reference to-, the ..'late Bnow-: , storm; .. Lord Charles Beresford andjthe Dnke pf' Portland were standing on the s'teps of White's Club, when: they were accosted byj a small,, boy, who begged a ' copper. ,!.. Thp captain of the Condor sug-i ffAdfAfl f.Vkof- TlO cTinnlrl aam by, hitting a tall : guardian of the. , peai^, who- waa standing at the cornbr, on the ear: .with a snowball. The arab. was quite' willing, v but,, stipulated .that ;he ^ should havet the, half - crown first,! as he; would , have, to run for.;it. .This ? Vas agreed; to, and the boy, with ' the ; acous-' tomed preoiaion of his species, duly deli vesed a . hard, large snowball, as per con tract, and; then; displayed ; the discretion whioh ;; is the . better,; p:-rt of; valour. Robert,; however,, was too sharp for him,- and he; was seoured just opposite the nobl...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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OUR STREETS AND ROADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

OUR STREETS 'AND ROADS. ' TO THB ED mm OF. THB BienMOND RIVER IIBRAI.D. Sib. — Will you allow mo spaco in your journal to oaU attention to tho utter ncgloct to which tho immediate district of Coraki is subject in ... the'.ttatt)Eir pf toad and street repairing. Tho ' nionoy has been voted long ago, and has boon \ availablo, and no end of promiacs' havo boon ' ' made by 'local officers and thoso moro ? distant, ' ' thatguoh matters should be attended to quickly ; v.-i. -11—2 ? — ii. ? 1V„ u.. ? wUv niyuiu uuw uiuulu iviib uy9 tuuuay in . being spent and roods mode and repaired in Other parts of ,the distriot, oxoept. Coraki,- and. ' ' naturally enough people are ^indignant at the , shameful n'egleot shown to them in this' respect;' If there aro not sufficient local offiocrs get moro ; if they are not ooinp'oteut, lot us' havo thoso w)io are. .-Not. only is intercourse stoppod botweennoighbouringtovmaliips, but our .very , streets are almost iinpracticable to men aud totally so to wom...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A New Dish. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

. A New Dlshl :: 1 : Lovers of good gating are not generally Sware that - the flesh of an old donkey bi^t has died a .natural death is equal to y^nison. ., .jAt' '.a, .ferwil, tj^at has just t^ken plaice at Evereux, of a mian who has .been fraudulently selling thejone for the other, the witnesses called to bear testimony to I the evil thatihad, been done them, and for which the ; Government had ; paused the dealer to be arrested , and; brought, to judgment, all declared that , what had thus been sold to. them was excellent I The purchaser of a haunch of the animal said Although I was, told thati had eaten donkey for deer, I could not believe it. The meat was excellent, and just like venison that. I, tasted 15 years ago.' Other witnesses affirmed that it bad a delicate flavour of venison, a statement borne out by the judgment of many people who, during the dege of Paris, ate every animal that they could possess thrmselves of, and recorded their im-. pre8sions.j ? Amopg . these, the, ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Plucky Challenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

A Plucky Challenge. An English paper has thrown down the gauntlet in connection with the accounts of the Health-Exhibition of 1884, the Inventions Exhibition of 1885, and the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1886. Our London correspondent writing on March 4 gives the following particulars: it mi. _ . J.'l ? £ i.1. - 'EV ? .*7 T IT ? - — ** xntJ tuiLur ut tat? jDinanctav jxew8t a i journal which, by the way, takes a good, deal of interest in the affairs bf the antipodean joint stock companies; has just published a challenge which, one would think, would make the South Kensington ' Ring' feel excessively un comfortable. . He. has offered- to make a donation of .£500 to the Imperial Instit ute Fund on. condition that, within 30 days from the date of his offer, the authorities of the late South Kensington Exhibitions shall furnish him with : — 1. A detailed statement, duly and indepen dently audited, of the receipts and expen diture' of theHealth Exhibition of 1884, showing the disposi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Correspondence. [Tho Editor does not hold himself renponfllblo Jbr 'opinions oxprcssod by corronpondonta.] ,

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Excursion to Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Excoriden to Bailing. Ptnmim to advertisemeot the Irvis^tcsi, . ran si pleasure trip to Ballina on Sunday last. Shortly after J,, a.m. she left Coraki'with Miiair number on board, the. -threatening appearaao* bf the weather no doubt keeping a good anm- i ber at home. : After, calling at.variona wharves Swan Bay' was reached, when it was expected a great orowd would be waiting— oonsiaeHng thfi trin WAJ) in ail) A# H_ fl. ffliatial anl School at that place—' but only about 20 oame on board. After oalling at O'Connor's and Buokendoon wharveB a mn was. mader fqr- Woodburn, whero a goodly numberrrh^olndinf providore Hann— embarked. ' A ball waa made at Broadwater and Wardell, by which tifMtfti comfortable crowd had bben' gathered, ud a ' straight run waa made for Ballina, wbiqh phwe waa reabhed about noon. A Ipw ininataa^ stay | wss made to allow those wbo wished to diasa* bark, and the vessel headed over for the South 1 Head, ..where she took up her moorings. A., general rush was made f...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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RICHMOND TERRACE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

RICHMOND TERRACE! x6'TBB BDITOB OP THE BICIIMOHD BIVBR 1IBBAIS. Sib,— Unless' 'soinothing is doiie' to remedy tho ' diBgraoeful condition of Riohmond Terrace and' Adams-street, at thoir intersection, it will bo utterly. impossible for ohildrfn. living in town to' . attend the Publio' School, or membore to virittho'SohOol'of Art^''!,At present it' is utterly impraotioahlo for females to 'visit tho stores, and ' it requires considerable skill on tho nart;'of tho sterner sex to nogotiato friendly fcMc'es so as to avoid ' tho too aflootionato liquid alluvial that disgraces tho spot I refer to. Will nothing ever be done for Coraki t April 20th. A PARENT.

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THE ROAD BETWEEN CORAKI AND CODRINGTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

THB ROAD BETWEEN CORAKI AND CODRINGTON. ' TO TltB EDITOR OF TnE UIOHMONI) RIVER URRA1.I). But,— Ashort timo ago a pnrngrnph appeared indoor paper' referring to tho und stato of tho between Coraki and Codrington, whon you statod that tho roml Hiiporliitondunt and tho Burvoyor, Mr John Barling, word coming down shortly, ,tor open tho said road that is . dodioatod to tho pithlio many youru ago. I bog to inform you ttiut tho roud was opened somo yoan'Bgo by Mr. Richard Burling, late sur «avap of thn Rinhmnnd RJvnr. and nnmo nf tlin farmers Jcept it , open ; others did not, and thoy (till keep It closed against tho publio. Now, life' Editor,, what, £ and tho public want to . know Is, what is tho reason that this road has been kept oloaod bo many years totho great , boon venfenoo of the publio. I have asked the question, and I; think I oan venture, to answer ro«|d iaqueBtion had gone through ' a .poor Aum's. 40-aoro edcotion I venture to etaW that tlio jiooplo of Sloepy Hollow, Cornki, wo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

. . Sporting flVen». , Tho Imported thorougnbrod oolt Clayton, rocontly purchased by Mr. T. H. Smith, of Gordon Brook, for stud purposes, should groatly imnrovo tho brood of horses in the Clarenco River distriot, ns ho has agrand podi greo. Clayton is by tho famous English siro, Rosicrucian, out of Luorotia by Voltigour. out of Villago Maid, by Stockwdl, out ,of , Minx (own ' sister to Melbourno)', by llu'mphrov ii.,t -,» A.U. 1. n ? iii.r out of a mare by Golumpus, out of. a Paynator . maro (sister to Zodiac). RoBiorqoian . is by- Boadsmen (son of Weatherbit nnd MenucknU out of- Madame Eglantine, by Cowl- out -of - Diversion, by Depner out of Folly by Middleton having the stout blood of Weatneroit, on the sire's side, and that of Voltigour, Stockwell, and Melbourno from the dam, Clayton ought to bo one of tho best siros in the colony. In a case recently deoided at Oamaru, N. Z., tha magistrate deoidod that euchre was not., a game of chanco. ''' 1 ?' Frisco is by Grand Flaneur, from...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Brief Ifleptlon. Kempscy is going in for, gas. Maiso 8s per bushel at Fairflold. Smallpox is now raging at tho Mauritius. The Karl of Aberdoon is a llome Rulor. It is intendod to orcct a convcnt at Casino. Tho new Bishop of Melbourne has arrived. Death to native industry is the war cry of tho Parkcs Government. ' B9J inohes of rain have fallen at the Twocd since tho 1 st January. It is proposed to form a Medical Association on the upper Riohmond. Good idox. -Tho squatters deride tho idoa of Treasurer BurnB getting £1,000, 000, out of them this year. 'Bob' wisdom has consented to becomo Sir Robort. Over £10 havo boon collected in Ballina in aid of the Bulli Relief Fund. . All tho dismissed officers ' of tho' Lands Department have quitted tho soivice. : Sir Charles Dilko has just inherited a fortune of £lo0,000. . The sign of tho times. There is scarcely an Hotel in Sydnoy that is not for sale. , , - i Six thousand mechanics are out of work in Sydnoy. Tho P.M. considers thero are too ...

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Crimes and Punishments. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

' - Crimes and Pnnishmento^ Somkone lias recently observed that Sir Moses - Montofioro might; ,.ha.y.Q ,,?een :a woman burned 'in front of Newgatd if ho had happoncd to be on the spot at the moment. That within1 possibility of i living- moiyory a woman should have been burned;'' eVcn after '^hinging, by, English ' law, seems astonishing. Mr. Carlyle would gladly, lie says, have seen a tradesman ,' sw.uin thrice across the Thames for not mending Mr. Uariyle's umbrella with, punctuality, and despatch. That is the frame of mind in which! all early systems of punishment were devised. Men tried , by .every penal device,- as Thticydides remarks, to frighten, people into doing what ^as .wanted, and did pot succeed. Russia was not better policed under Ivan the Terrible than London couM hav^e been funder Thomas the TrjiP/6 Fl6gging-scfiWn!1®'8'®' !j5o nod always' keep order' best,' and sometliirig in human nature wholly refuses ,tO!?,be kept down tfy the j multiplication and reQ netneni ^f p...

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Broadwater. April 18th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

? Broadwater.. ... ., ... If (note oub aokaBSPoitnan.1 I The festivities held on EaBtor Monday Were of a most appreciative nature, in faot Urpad water, usually dull, seermed 'en ffitie.' -A orioket match was played' between representatiMi o( German Creek and members of ourlooal team, ' and after a closoly contested game- thp yiktors proved themselves the viotors. At.nigl.t a ball was given by Messrs.. O'Cotnol and Nioolia, the popular and genial hosts of Jthe ' Farmers Home Hotel, and a moro genial' or oriierly dance hastiotrbeeu seen* in Broadwater, bar mon V and good feeling ruling the'order bf the evening.' Dancing was kept up ? with 'nhflag gingfenergytintil the early hours rat Tuesday morning. The orchestra, consisting, at violin (prim6)i 'VittlM ;(8eoondb)i' plo6ali(i' lra» and piano, playrd respectively by Messrs. O'Dohifol ' Nioolia, Nicolia . juh.t Hayo -iind Soott, waa really psrfecii, 'Bncn ah drahestra has not boen organised on -the river- before and -certainly - turrits...

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