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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY. Thursday. (! p.m. (From tlio Manager Cliironce ltivor and North Const ^armors' Association, Limited.) Maize, 3s -Id to 3d fid ; market ilull. (From Tato Brothers' Agoney and Trading Compnuy, Limited.) Maizo, 3s Gd to 3s 8d ; oats, 2s 3d ; barloy, 3s (id to 3s 8d por bualiol ; potatoes, 3s 9d por owt ; bran, Od ; pollard, 9}d por busliol ; bacon, 7d por lb ; eggs. Is 8d to 1b lOd per dozon ; fowls, 3s 3d ; duolcs, 4s to 4s 3d ; rcoso, 7s 6d por pair ; turkoy bons, (is fid to Ch j cooks, 9s to lis ; butlor, lOd to 1s ; hidos, 3d to 4d per pound ; tallow. IBs to 18s por owt ; pigs dull ; calves, sourco, iu good doinand ; milch cows, from £9 to .GIG each.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

OUR. HOAttS. Judicial utterances are always entitled to considerable weight, and the public utterance of the Police Magistrate, at the Court of Petty Sessions held hero on Monday last, with regard to the dis nnnrl i+.inn f.lm vrmrla nhmif-. Coraki, coupled with the significant fact that he stated his determination not to punish parents who had been summoned by tho School Attendance officer for breaches of the Public Instruction Act, should lead to tho Government making some eff.rt to mend our ways, and thereby not only preserve, inviolate its own legal enactments, but render tardy justice to a long-suffering district. Mr. Bray in the course of his remarks — which by tho wiiy he requested Mr. Car penter, the School Attendance Officer, to convey to the authorities — stated that he, in his capacity as Police Magistrate, and having the control of buggies and horses, found it almost impossible to get from one place to another, and in some cases altogether so ; how, then, could he be expe...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Xlsmore. 1 -I f , . [From our Correspondent.] : f :.May 8.— In the midst of the sad depression ? prevailing hero in tho money market, Business, and employment, our Municipal Council received a communication from the Government last week, asking if they could fin* nn.nlnnn.nnf Oft man of (ia nnr llttTT I and offering to pay half their expenses. It is hardly possible that the council oan entertain, this request, as the town and diatriot are, at the present timo, postered vith a large- numbor of mon, youths, and ' more boys, ''bogging for work and bread, who would be only too glad to work for.tlio council for 9s qr 6s a day. There aro some -60-or 70 in nuaibor horo, who find shelter itt.outhouses, Btablos, and evory availablo 1 nook, in these cold, damp nights, with littlo ..or nothing to eat, and if something don't ? won turn up to find thom work, no doubt t i pilfering aud houso ransuoking will follow. It is to bo hopod whon tho oounoil liavo this muttor uiulor considorntion that tho...

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Brief mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Brief Mention. Bulli Fund over £12,000. Tmdo in llrishano continues to improve. A 5G0-ucro farm on tho Twocd sold for £000. Separation agitation is spreading in tho north. Four flood boats havo been granted to Grafton. £100 granted to bo spent on tho ro..d j Tuckurimba to Cornki. Tlio browors aro determined to ' ohuok out*' any excise officers found on thoir premises. A good sign. Mr. Francis has enlarged his hoot warehouse in Lismoro. Lagor beer in Now York reduced to 3 cents a glass, and whisky 5 cents. It is rumoured thnt O'Noill, ono of tho Lismoro rioters, has been artested in Sydney. One man killed and another fatally injured at tho Adclino mine, Fairfiold. A Mr. Homer baa a schomo for bringing out 300,000 persona to populate South Australia. In tho Port Macquarie distriot thousands of bushels of corn have rotted in tho fields. The Chief Justice has rolod that a domestic servant is not a lodger. Glen Innes Separation League definitely j formod and rules adopted. Victoria Jubil...

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Broadwater. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Hrondwatcr. [from otje couiiEsroxnr.NT.] I I TnEUB is yory littlo news of any importance I to sond you this wook, as businoss on all sides is in a vory stagnant condition. The woathor, however, appoars to havo changod for tho hotter — that is, drior— thus enabling | a largo numbor of tho unomployod, who liavo beon anxiously waiting an opportu nity, to soek work. Tho chango in tho weather will also allow farmers to dovoto the necessary attontion to tho farming operations which thoy havo boon obligod to neglect through tho continuous rainy woathor. A portion of the new machinery for tho Colonial Sugar Refiuing Company's mill here has arrived, and a numbor of addi ? tional hands havo been employed to assist / at the erection of the samo. It is believed ?' that the coining season's oruBhing, which it is anticipated will bo a large one, will com mence about the second weok in Juno and extend considerably boyond Christmas. Extensive additions and improvements are being mado to Mr. T. M'Fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

r-- Spccial Advertisements.! [An extra ohargo of 20 por contmado for ad V vorkisomontB insorted in this column.] J^/[ E D lI V A L. P. «. CWaiXOBi, ? M. B., M. Cir., Edinburgh University, i may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clook, ; ' ' EVERY TUESDAY. E D I 0 A L N O T. I C E. Dr. W. M. TOHIL1IV8, M. R. C. Si, L.'S.'A.',' London,' Bogs to aunounco that ho has tukou tho ptaotico of Dr. V ioi.bttb, latoly of Wordoll, ond will visit WOODBURN ou Mondays and BROAD WATER on TnunsnAYn. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Our Accounts for Subscription, Adver tising:, Printing, &o. , for tho'Quartor ending 31st March ni*6 now issuod, and an early sottlemoot of tho same is respectfully solicited. LOUTS F. BENAUD, ' Herald Office,' ' Proprietor. Coraki, April 1st. ? - ? ' '? 1 ' ! NUNQUAM DOUMIO.' TIIE gjtfcjrroM gutter pmftr, AXD . NOB-THERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Cobaki kvehy Friday Morning. FRIDAY,. MAY 6, 1887.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Shipping Notices* BB. NICOLL^^HJF STEAMERS ^ , RUNNING TO AND FROM SYDNEY. a THE S. S. BELLINGER (undor tbo command of Captain B. Alley), 1b now making WEEKLY TRIPS betwoen C tho Richmond Rivor and Sydney. d AGENTS: Ballina ? t : Woodburn ? J. Lang. Coraki ? ? 0. Stamford. . . Casino. ? ? F. G. Crouch. Lismoro ? E. Coloman. ^ All Cargo to and from Casino and the ] South Arm of tbo river freo of droghage. y!;. ; B B. NICOLL; ' ' '? Yiotoria Wharf, Sydney. 1 gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. . Until FunTnitn Notiok ? Tho Favourite Now Twin-sorow Steamer TODIKI, ( under the obaTgo of Captain Jackson, will bo 1 despatched from Lismoro about over y Sovon Days. -FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Curront Rates. - ®?T Pasnngo Tiokots available by any of j tho Company's Steamers from auy River, ( AGENTS. Claronco Rivor : EDWARD OEEEE, Grafton. Richmond Eiver : JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J. STOEEY, Coraki. Note, — The Company lmvo also decidcd to run tlie s.s. PLATYPUS reguliirly, should s...

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Religious Memoranda. BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Religious Memoranda. Baptist Church. 8— Eimlioo, 11 ; Wordell, 3.30; Broadwator, 7 8;and.22— Oaklaud 11 and 7 — Supply. 15— Oakland, 11 and 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 3 22 — Pimlico. 11 ; Wardoll, 3.30 ; Broadwator, 7 ?29 — Oakland, 11 and 7; Bungawalbyn, 3 — rThos. Llewellyn. We«i,t3ya-j CnuBcn. Lismoro — May 8 — (funeral sermon for lato Mr' ' Wotherspoon), 7.30. May 15— Rev H. P. -^Grainger, 11 ; Rov. F. C. Boyer, 7.30. ' ' ; Casino — May 8—' Rp.v. H. P. Grainger, 7.30. May 15 — Mr. F. B. Gulley, 11. ?' Wyrallah — May 8 — Rev. F. C. Boyer, 11. May 15 — Rov. H. P. Grainger,- 3 and 7. ' Alstonvillo— May 8— S 2.20. May 15— Mr ' 'Jones, 2.30. : Meerschaum — May 8 — S, 11. May 12 — Mr J Jones, 11. Cowlong — May 15 — S, 11. Irvington — May 8 — Rev II. P. . Grainger. 3. - '?May 15— MrF. B. Gnlley, 3. Bexhill — May 15 — Rev F. C. Boyer, 3'. North Clunps — May lo — Rev F.C.Boyor, 10.30 Dunoon— May 8 and 15 — Mr. Robt. Arthur, '2:30. G-reenridge — May 8 — Messrs. Missinghain and Woods'), 11. Oundurim...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Auiuvals. April 30 — TOMKT, p., Captnin J.H. Jackson; from Sydney. Passengers — Jlosdatiios West, Archer, Brand and family; Misses Nowbvay, Goll'iiwUley (3). Rutherford, Rider. Bartniin, , Neill, Kennedy, Lnrkin ; Messr®. Forbes, Gay, ?'West. Giffin, Phi'-hin, Griisfnrd, Camoron, Arclior, Douglas, Cox;' Gibson, Yonger, Mount, Magoei.RovlMr Alloyinr.d 24 in the., steerage. Cargo, 300 tons con oral merchandise, 5 horses, 29 hond cattle, .50 shcop, and sundries. Loft. ut.8 p.m. ion tho 28th, crossod tho:.. Riohmond bar .at 1. p.m. on. tho 30th, and arrived at 'Coraki at 11 p.m. simo dato. Experienced fresh south and south-easterly winds during 'the passage. May 3- BELLINGER, s., Captnin Alloy, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr Trowell, Mr Gray, and 1 in the steerage. Cargo, 200 tons general merchandiso, 1 horse, aud sundries. Loft Sydnoy at 5.20 p.m. on tho 30th April, crossed tho Riohmond bar nt 1.10 p.m. on 2nd May, and arrived nt Coraki game date. Ex perienced ligh...

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Lifting of Persons by the Fingers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Lifting of Persons by the Fingers. A correspondent of a contemporary says Two, persons, stand on each side of a fifth, who is. seated in a chair. The four raise their hands (which are clasped with the fore fingers extended) as high as possible Over their heads, at tho same Tl,»™ fl.ur. ultaneously. bow as low as possible (always facing tho sitter,) bending the body from the hip's, and swinging the extended arms from the .shoulder, till tho hands touch the knees at the same time exhaling as strongly as jiossible, these motives being repeated three times to gether. As they, rise from tho last position for tho third time, the extended forefingers . are placed under the knees and arms of the sitter, and he is lifted high in air as light as a feather. In this way I have seen four young school girls, under sixteen years, lift a man of i80 pounds with no more apparent exer tion than would bo required to lift a three pound weight. To one who tries this experiment for tbe first time, the res...

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GOOD TEMPLARS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

I GOOD TEMPLARS. TO THE EDITOR 01' THB RIOHMOND IlIVEIl HERALD. I Sin, — In your issue of tho 29th April appears a report under tho abovo hoading, purporting to bo a corroot roport of tho fifth aunual session of tho C. and R. Grand ILodgo. I am, and havo boon for somo considerable time, a momber of tlio abovo Grand Lodge, and am fully _ acquainted with its working, as woll as its financial condition, and thoroforo I think it my duty to contradict and corroct certain falso state ments thorein, whioh havo no doubt boon published with a viow to miBload tho mem bers of what is generally known as tho English order; of Good Touiplars, and to influence thom to affiliate with tho above named Grand Lodgo. Tho misrepresentation which I wish to contradict appears in tho Treasurer's stato ? mont, whorein it is stated that tho Grand Lodgo is in a flourishing condition, having . assots to tho value of about £70,' including * stock, wliilo the liabilities woro .about £7. This portion of tho report...

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A Man of the Woods. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

A Ulan of the Woods. At Wolumla it rccontly transpired that a man of tho woods existed about six miles from tlmt town in a most inac cessible part of tho Black Rango, for tlio last eight months unknown to tho publio as far as seeing or recognising him or imagining that suou n man uvea m aucn a place, and they would not bo acquainted with so niany facts about him had it not been for something like instinct possessed by Constable Thompson to check tho career of criminals, his conception how to arrest him, and its execution. In all three he found an able assistant in Mr. James Brady. Ono day at the end of last week a search was arranged by tho two persons named. We aro not aware how long it took tho party to come upon tho haunt sought, but they discovered it after much difficulty arid scrambling through | the bush on Saturday. The officer of. the law 'being disguised, he and his companion descriljed themselves as lost and begged to be put on to tho Candelo-road. Tho man of tho wood — w...

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BUNGAWALBYN PUBLIC SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

BUNGAWALBYN PUBLIO SOHOOL. TO TOR EDITOR OP THB RICHMOND UIVliB UEIUI.D. Sm, — Will you allow mo Bpnoo to oall tho attontion of tho Dopurtmont — boforo tho sohool at Bungawalbyn is gono on with — to tho fnct that tlio building about to bo orootod is altogether too small to moot tho requirements of the scholars now attond ing, whioh numbor ovor -10, and will only bo an improvomont 011 tho old ono as rogarda loolts. I am informed by tho con tractors that tho building is to bo 'no longor, and only a foot wider than tho old ono, into which tho scholars havo had to bo ' paokod ' for tho last 12 months, and if tho present plan is carried out J'. fool euro that whon tho building is complotod it will bo found too small for tho purnoso in tended, and additions will havo to bo mado. Why not givo us a littlo sparo room and thus mako allowanco for tho growing popu lation ? I am not acquuiutod with tho Public Instruction Act, as to whothor quarters should bo providod for tho tonclior, ? but as t...

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New York to Liverpool in Four Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

iRfew York to JLiverpool In Four, Mays. The Arrow Steamship Company, of New York, are about to revolutionise Ocean travel. . They aro building a fleet of passenger steamers to ply between New Ydrk alrid Liverpool, and to make -the trip in four days. The pioneer boat of the company, 'tho' Pticahontiisj is now being built. . She is to be an iron and steel ship, and instead of being built : in lateral lines, as has. generally been the practice, Bbe will-be built in sixty-eight transverse steel walls or bulkheads 7 ££t. apart, 'and each of the full sise and accurate shape of a cross section of the vessel. Her compound engines of 27, 900-horse power ' will enable her to move at the rate of 22 knots an hour. There will, be 20 boilers placed fore and aft to supply steam to the engines, and throe smokestacks on each side of the ship next to the rail. She will be 540ft.' in length, 40ft. i wide, and will, draw 25ft. of- water. In life they did business together, and in death are not divided....

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Sawdust as Food. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Sawdust as Food. . Another new ' food for cattle ' has been discovered, as if the world were not just now suffering from an excess of food materials. But such a food. It consists of sawdust, mixed with certain chemicals by .way . of spice, and ' other matter.' The composition is said to form a very wliolesomo and nourishing food for pigs, horses, and cattle; — Dr. Taylor in Aus tralian.

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Grafton Assize Court THE LISMORE RIOT CASE. SATURDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Graft oa Assize Court. THE LISMORE RIOT CASE. SATURDAY, APRIL 23. The Court opened at 10.15 a.m., before his Honor Acting-Judge Stephen. ^ John Sexton, Patrick Macnamara, Philip Holland, Barney Gallagher, Denis Mahoney, John Fitzgerald, Vhnnind Kollv John Finn, Michael Mahoney, Denis ? Hocan, James' Morrissey, John M'Guire, JohnHasaett, Jeremiah Mahoney, Thomas Sexton, Charles H. Staff, Alexander Thorburn, Christopher neuienugwra, oenry A Garrard, and Robert Wotherspoon, on bail, were a. uarraiu, others, to tne number of 60 or more, unlawfully assembled, and with stickB and other weapons. did for one hour or more, behave in a riotous S'to the great terror of Her Majesty's peaceable subjects, and to the evil example of others. A second wunt charged the defendants with committing an affray In a public place. The defendants severally pleaded ''(The'defendanU were accommodated in the seatsiet apart for the jurors in waiting and the reporters' box fTwhom a table was placed on the floor o...

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Small Debts Court. MONDAY MAY 2ND. BEFORE Mr. J. Bray P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Small Debts Court. ' j Monday May 2nd. Before Mr. J. Bray P.M. ; 1 Josoph King v W. Sullivan. — Claim of 8s. money detained for SOlbs. of flour. Defondant pleaded not indebted. Constablo Rogers stated that no plea had boon filed. The Police Magistrate said .-, that this caso appoared to be part and'-. parcel of tho provious one betwoen tho. same parties, and he could not deal with it; tho fees for summons &c., to be re turned to complainant. J. H. Nolan v Thomas Thompson.— Claim for work and labour done, £1 4s Od. Dofondant ploaded not indebted. Com plainant statod that ho hoi pod defendant to get somo bloeks for his house and did about days work for him in connection with tho erection of the cottage; ho had told dofondant ho would charge him tho-:, ordiuary rato of wages 7s a day. Defendant said that plaintiff did about ] half a day's work, und ho had given him a - day for it, and that what paintifE had dono j ho had profCorod to do as a neighbour. 1 Vordict for plaintiff f...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

I CurrcHiiondencc. I [Tho Editor does not hold himself vospnnniblo I for opinions oxpresHed by correspondents.]

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The Phoenix Park Murders. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

The Phoenix Park Murders. London, Tuesday. — The letter published by The ' Times yesterday, purporting to have been written by M r Parnell with regard to the Phceuix Park murders, has created some sensation. Mr. Parnell declares that it is a forgery. The Marquis of Hartington, as brother of the Lord Frederick Cavendish, has written pointing out that a mere denial by Mr. Parnell will not, in the eyes of the public, disprove the statement made by The Times that he was writer of the letter. The Marquis accord ingly challenges Mr. Parnell to put the matter to a judicial test. _ London, Thursday. — The discussion over the authen ticity of the alleged Parnell letter in The Times continues as brisk as ever. Considerable pressure is being brought to bear on Mr. Parnell to make him test the matter in a court of law, but without success. Mr. Gladstone and many members of the Liberal party have suggeated that Mr. Parnell should foroe an inquiry, but both Mr. Parnell and hi8 supporters are oppo...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Sporting ilfcius. ;? Tho disbur8omonts over tlio Inst Glen Innes J. C. mooting amount to noarly ,G1!100. ' Tho host amatoui' time for walking, oight miloB is Hi. !ltn. 'Ilsocs. V Tho host record for a running hop, step, and jump is -18ft. 8iu. : ' Entrios for tho' Grafton Rowing Club's Ro giitta close to-morrow. In. tlio ton-niilo vano at tho Carrington Ground, bctwoon Livingstone aud Sloven, tho formor won. , , ... . Tho boxing match for £100 aside,' botwoon Costello aud M'Carthy, ended in a draw nftor tho 35th round.. . . . . .. An endeavour is boing mado to organiso a trotting nud driving club in Brisbano. Wiiy notP Clarko, tlio cyclist, of Molbourno, chaUongos Rolfo, to raco 100 to 160 miles for £100 to £500 aside. Tno Duko of Beaufort's Rovo d'Or won tho Thousand- Guineas at Nowmnrkot. Porcolain was socond, and Froedom third. Mr. C. Pngo has half a dozen horsoB in pre paration for tho forthcoming races, includiug Freedom and Winnie. For tho doublo, V.R.C Derby and Melbourne Cup...

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