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

Gazette Notifications* Oystbb Leases Ready. — The following leases for oyster culture are ready for issue on the usual conditions: — Williams and Ainsworth, 50 and 375 acres, Riohmond Rivor. Bulli Royal Commission. — Thn under. mentioned gentlemen havo boon appointed to enquire into the causes of tho lato disastrous explosion at the Bulli Colliery :— Jamos Robort Miller Robertson, Esquiro, M.D., F.R.S., C.E., J.P., President; Goorge O'Malloy Clarke, Esquire, Stipendiary Magistrate ; John Jones, Esquire; John Owens, Esquiro; and John 'Young Neilson, Esquire. Deeds op Grant.— Tho Doods of Grant, under tbo Roal Proporty Act, are ready for dolivory on paymont of the Assuranco Feo, and Stamp Duty ohargeablo on all purohaseB made subsequent to the SOth Juno, 1880, viz:— Jeremiah Bruggy, 102 aores, S. Gundurimba ; F. G. Crouoh and others, 10 noroB fur Hospital, Casino ; Thomas Cardwell, 46 aores, S. Ballina ; William Greer, 40 aores, parish of Coraki; John M. Hoskins and nthors, 1 rood 15 ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Lesson in Politeness. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

A Lessun in Politeness. Many a public speaker would have been saved from mortification had he heeded the homely advice — ' When you don't know what to say, don't say you don't know what.' But a lew Doys, piacea in a position or re sponsibility, would have escaped embar rassment had they acted on another homely hint, 'When you don't know that a man is anybody, don't treat him as if he were nobody.' Thirty years ago there was a noted exhibition of paintings in New York, which, from the name of the owner and exhibitor, was known as Bryan's Gal lery. The custodian of the gallery, in the absence of Mr. Bryan, was an art student, a boy who was allowed to copy the pictures on the walls. One day, while the student was mounted on a step-ladder copying a large picture, an old gentleman entered the gallery. The custodian descended irom nis loity percn, cook tne admis sion fee, and offered the gentleman a catalogue, which, however, he declined to buy. The youth again mounted the ladder and resu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 2ND, 1887. BEFORE Mr. J. Bray, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

^ ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? !5— S-BHBWBI Coraki l'ollce Court. Monday, May 2nd, 1887. Before Mr. J. Bray, P.M. A young man olmrgod with boing drunk was discharged, it being his first oifonoo. Two young inon, ohargod with riotous conduct, ploaded guilty. Constablo Rogora boro testimony to tho gonornl good conduot of tho acousod, who woro discharged with a Joseph King v. William Sullivan.— Claim for wagoH, £r- 17s Gd. Dofondant pleaded not indobtod. Complainant statod that ho ongagod with dofondant in Docombor last to trash somo cano at £2 7s por aoro ; stripped 14 acros. Tho Polico Magistrate, hold that tho enso was ono of contraot, and that complainaut must go to tho District Court for his roniody. Owen Malono and Jamos Dronoy woro chargod with a broach of tho provisions, of tho Crown Lauds Act, Yio. 39, Soc. '14, to wit. splitting timbor on Crown Lands without a liconso, and pleaded not guilty. Complainants statod that they woro cortain they woro splitting on Mr. Tabsley'a ground. Constablo ...

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How to Succeed, and how not. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

llow to Succeed, aud how not. I Mr. Maxim, the inventor of the ma chine gun, told an interviewer from the Pall Mall Gazette his experience of the difference between American and English workmen. 'In New Eng land,' be said, 'a young man em ployed in a factory or workshop is never satisfied till he has mastered, either by the process of taking down and putting up again, or, at least, by a most careful examination of parts, the details of the machine which he is working ; the first money he gets he invests in the purchase of the best tools.' The English mechanic, on the contrary, docs not care a straw about machinery or tools ; all he is anxious about is to get through his day's work as quickly as possible, and with the smallest amount of trouble.

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 — 6 May 1887

Official Correspondence. The following letters, addressed to Messrs., Ewing and Oroueh, have been kindly handed to us for publication Department of Public Works, Sydney,! 23rd April, 1887. Gentlemen,— I ? am uiruutuu to acKnowieuge tno receipt or your letter ' of the 10th instant, with petition enclosed, on the subject of state of road from Woodburn to the Clarence Eiver, and Co inform you that tho mattor ^ias been referred for tho report of the Commissioner for Roads, and when tho necessary informa tion has been received, a further com munication will be made to you. — I havo, &o.,- John Bae, Under Secretary. Department of Publio Works, Sydnoy, 27th April, 1887. Gentlemen, — Referring to the petition forwarded by you from certain residents of the Central Riohmond River distriot requesting that the roads there be placed in oharge of trustees, I am directed to inform you that tho Socrotary for Publio Works eannot authoriso a compliance with tho request of the petitioners. I' ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Payment of Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

Payment of Jlcmlicrs. As the question of payment of membors is bound to crop up again, sooner or lator, wo append a few instances of how thoy have boon and are boing paid in other countries. In Belfriuin each member of the Chamber Representatives receives 200 florins, or .£16 15s per month, or, for the session of eight months, £134. In Denmark tho members of the Landsthing and the Folkething aro paid the samo salary, 15s per day. Tho average number o£ working days in a session is 145 ; the total amount of the samo is £113 12s. In Portugal, Peers and Deputies receive nn annual stipend of .£67. In France, Senators and Deputies each get 19,000 francs, or £350 a year, the colonial representatives getting, in ad dition, their travelling expenses. In Sweden tho . members of tho Diet receivo 1200 rix dollars, equal to £65 14s, for a session of four months, and their travelling expenses. Members of both Chambers aro fined 10 rix dollars', or lis a day, if they do not attend. In Switzerland ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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What to Do With Our Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 May 1887

What to Do With Our Boys. ' A gricola' contributes the following article on the above perplexing subject : — This question has long been a trouble some one to deal with in towns and mining districts, in both of which the supply has for years far exceeded the demand. There is, so far as I can see, little prospect of the Gordian knot being cut by _ any suggestion that has been made hitherto. The cry of 'settle them on the land ' is all very well in its way, but it is invariably raisedby persons who have not tried the experiment o£ settling on the land themselves, and consequently have no idea of the difficulties to be encountered by anyone 'settling on the land' without previous training. The question how such unfortunates are to make ends meet while they are acquiring the knowledge how get a living out of the land after they aire put on never seems to enter into these politician's calculations j or if a qualm of conscience forces him to look a little further ahead than the preliminar...

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

Lord Salisbury on Emigration. Mr. Arnold, White has received the following letter fr.om the Prime Minister : j — ' 20 Arlington-street^ W., 15th Feb ruary, 1887. Dear Sir, — I have looked back at your letter in. the Times , which 1 had accidentally missed on its first publication. Speaking generally, 1 quite agree with it.- I do not think that any. emigration that is likely to be undertaken; will for the present be any material relief to congested localities at home; and I. still more agree that for any colonisation^ to be successful we must ; rely upon.looal management and avoid the snare of English management as much as possible. ; I do not believe that Parliament will make any advance, towards sustaining colonisation of tbis kind until it has been proved by experiment to be successful ;; but any conspicuous and evident success might very possibly induce Parliament to risk some money in that direction. If the experiment is successful, I do not think that the charge of being social...

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

TlcMades of fltunholders. Tiiree brothers, the sons of a wealthy London merchant, came to Australia 25 years ago. They brought with them £70,000. They were in the prime of earlv manhood, and were well educated. active, courageous. They, travelled and studied the country well before they laid out their capital, and at last they bought beautiful limestono downs country with a small stock of sheep, and as such country usually is short of water, they sank wells, mado dams, fenced and reclaimed the country so as to carry a good stock. They extended their operations so as to bring other dry country into use. More legitimate work than they did could not be done. They were no run-jobbers or station-mongers, but bona-fide improving pioneers. They first incurred great Iobs j and expense from the marsupial pest. ? After this was subdued the vicissitudes of the seasons kept their stock down, while they were compelled to go into debt in order to keep np their improve ments and replaco losses. In...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. In the Legislative Assemlby, among the questions answered, Mr. Bi\rns said the permanent survey of the Grafton-Tweed railway line was completed as far as Lismore ; there were three surveyors employed on it, and it was not intended at present to place additional surveyors on the line. Sir Henry Parkes has withdrawn his cloture resolutions with the view of giving notice of others. Mr. Dibbs, on a motion of adjourn ment, gave startling revelations of the alleged unparalleled cruelty'exevcised to wards the inmates of the Newington and Parramatta Asylums, the debate on which lasted nearly the whole sitting, when the House went into Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. Garvan's proposal to reduce the duty on beer to 2d. was rejected by 42 to 12. The Bill authorising the imposition of the duty was afterwards laid on the table and read a first time. Sir H. Parkes announced the introduction of a bill to abolish the ad valorem, duties, and the House adjourned at mi...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6. p.m. From the Manager Clarance River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, ThiruDAt, 6 p.m. [From the Manager Clurence River and North Coast -Farmers' Association. Limited.) Maize, 3s 3d ; eggs, Is Sd ; pigs, 4d ; fowls, 3s 6d.

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Agricultural Industries. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Agricultural Indaiitrles. The S. M. Herald of the 4th instant says : — As an illustration' 'ofa.one- of the principal agricultural produots of the Clarence .River district, Mr. See, tho member for Grafton, exhibited in the lobby of the Assembly last mghtjSomo excellent specimens of sugar ca'noiroiii the planta tion of Mr. Garven, one ' of the local planters. The average height of the; cane, is from 10 to 12 feot, and consists , of -the varieties known as - tho Mauritius apd Yollow Bappo -,, and Elephant Bamboo, tho latter . being of unusual thickness. These canos took 'first prize in their re spective classes ' at the recent Clarence Pastoral and Agricultural Society's show. A mat made of corn husks was also shown, as a novel industry, and an admirably clear photograph of -Grafton, extending for sev'oral miles up the river,' o,$ far as Susan Island, gave a very good idea of the extent' of the- city. . Tfcis photograph, we under stand,- was taken- by Mr. Noi,ld to Adelaide, and it is...

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Lismore Insolvency Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

litamore Insolvency Court. Before J. Bray, Esq., - Distriot Commis sioner. An adjournod mooting in tho estate of Aloxandor Koith, of Coraki, ;was oallod. Tho Insolvent was ?, examined by Mr. Shorter, on behalf of oreditors, ana deposed : That ho had sovoral contracts prior to tho sequosiration of his ostato ; one was from Mr. Jofforios, storokeoper at Coiaki, for £285 ; I roceivod £lo0 cash, and tho balance went to payraont of an account due him ; paid tho £150 away in wages, to men who woro working for mo ; had anothor contract from Thos. King, Woodburn, for £120 ; got about £85, but am not quito sure ; I keep somo books but thoy are not hore. The Commissioner here, said that ho thought it would be necessary to adjourn tho further hoaring of the case, for the pro duction of the books in; question, which were not in court. Mr. Simmons (for the insolvent), thought that the case might be allowed to procood, as there was only ono book to bo produced, and the insolvent had boon put to s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Red Rock. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Ited Hock. A correspondent of the Tonteifield Record, writing under date May 3rd, says : — From the appearanoe of the weather during the last few days, we are deluding ourselves into the belief that it is now a settled thine. Anvwav. our roads are somewhat different to what they have been for many months past. This is very fortunate, for the teamsters who aro engasrea drawing quartz from the R.R. G.M. Co. 's olaims to tho Gladstone Battery. I am given to un derstand .the company intend to put through five tons. This' will be a test whioh will be anxiously looked forward to, and will no doubt have great influenoe on future operations here. I hear some very good accounts from Slaty Creek, but cannot vouoh for the truth of what I have been told. I, however, inteud going to see for myself and will then write you should I deem it of , sufficient importance. It was. with great satisfaction we heard of the granting'' of 'two conditional license* for hotels here, although I think it was som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Basiness Amurancementa. ' !M. J03STJS8. M ONU MENT A L M AS ON, M8NORE. MONUMENTS AND HEAD STONES, KERBING AND IRON BAILING ALWAYS IN STOOK. INSPECTION INVITED. PHOTOS AND DESIGNS FORWARDED FREE OR APPLICATION. Old Headstones repaired and Inscription* put on. N.B.— M. J. ERECTS ALL HEADSTONES SUPPLIED BY HIM. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY. ? 0 ? ? ? JOB PRINTING. ? o ? JN consequence of the general depression in trade, we offer to our constituents an opportunity of getting their Printing done at lower rates than ever, FOR CASH. A largo stock of material is on hand, and all orders, FOR ANT DESCRIPTION OF WORK, sent to the Proprietor will be speedily executed, and in unsurpassable style. o ? A Trial leforc sending your orders to Sydney it respectfully milicUeA. GREAT CIsEAnilWG MAT.E COMMENCING WEDNESDAY. 18th INSTANT, AT : '? MRS. M'COLM'S, SOUTH WOODBUEN. IMMENSE SACRIFICE OF GOODS ! ! ! STOCK MUST BE CLEARED IN ORDER TO MEET THE TIMES. A GREAT REDUCTION. ONE MONTH ONLY. ...

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Religions Memoranda. BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

- Religions Memoranda. Baptist Church. 22 — Oakland 11 and 7— Supply.; 15— Oakland; 11 and 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 3. 22— Pimlico, 11; 'Wardell, 3.30; Broadwater, 7 29 — Oakland, 11 and 7; Bungawalbyn, 3— Thos. Llewellyn. v.i ; ' Chubch. 1 Lisnxtre— May .15— Rev H. P. Grainger, 11 ; Rev..1 F. C:- Boyer, 7-30. May 22— Rev. F. C. Boyer, 7.30. Casino— May 15 — Mr. F. B. Gulley, 11. May 22— Rev. H. P. Grainger, 7.30. . Wyrallah — May 15— Rev. H. P. Grainger, 3 and 7. May 22 — Mr. Jones, 11. Alstonyille — May 16 — Mr Jones, 2.30. May 22 — Rev. F. C. Boyer, 2.30. 'Meerschaum — May 15 — Mr Jones, 11. May 22 — Rev. F. C Boyer, 1L ' Co wlorig— May 1 5 — S, 11. Irvington — May 15 and 22 — Mr F.. B. Gulley, 3. -, ' Bexhin — May 15 — Rev F. C. Boyer. 3. Northdunes — May 16 — Rev F.C.Boyer, 10.30 Dunoon — May 15 and 22— Mr. Robt. Arthur,' 2.30. ,? - Bungawalbyn — May 22 — Rev H. P. Grainger, It). 30. - Greenridge (Messrs. Missingham and Woods') — May 22— Rev. H. P. Grainger, 3.30. Hose Hilli(Mr A. Alle...

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Fairfield Goldfield. MOUNT RICHMOND CLAIM, VIOLET GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Fairfield Ooldlield. Mount Biohmond Claim, Violet Gully. Messrs. Wm. Gollan and Peterson's claim showing well and widening out to about four feet. Maiu shaft is now down' 43 foot with splendid well-defined walls. The reef is running N. N. East and is in a due line with M'Phee and Will's prospecting claim (now sold for £3000 to a Melbourne Com pany). AU the ground between these rich claims is taken up and from which good prospects are being obtained. The following are assays at several depths made by Mr.' Walter Beohervaise, assayer aud chemistS. M. B., and clearly shows that this claim is increasing not only in width but in the qualities of the stone as depth is attained. Mint assays at 15 feet, 4&oz3. gold, and 37dwts. Bilver to tho the ton ; at 28 feet, 8 and l-10th ozs. gold, and 48dwts. of silver to the ton. Stone sent to, the Adelaide Exhibition.— Assay . made by Mr. Bechervaise — gold 23oes. 6dwts. 7grns. silver 208ozs. lfidwts. 21grns. At 43 feet 6ozs, 3dwts' 22grns. ...

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The Grafton-Tweed Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Tbe Grafton-Tweed Kallway. On Friday morning last the muchpost poned deputation in reference to the railway irom Grafton to the Tweed, and from Glen Innes to Inverell, waited on the Minister for Works (Mr. John Sutherland). Tho deputation consistod of the following members of Parliament Messrs. John Soe. J. M. Chanter, R. Stevenson, Sir Henry Parkes ; Messrs. O. Lee, H. DawBon, S. W. Moore, J. P. Garvan, J. P. Abbott, W. Stephen, J S. Farnell. T. T. Ewing, G. M'L. Mathoson, F. G. Crouch, E. W. O'Sullivan, B. B. Smith, John M'Farlane, F. J. Smith, andW. Henson. Mr. John H. Munro, of Grafton, also attended. Mr. See (Grafton) introduced the deputa tion and Messrs. Moore (Inverell), Loo (Tentorfield), Matheson (Glen Innes), Crouch (Richmond), Stevenson (Wollombi), J. P. Abbott, (Wentworth), ana J. M'Far lane (Clarence), having spoken, The Minister (Mr. Sutherland) in reply ingjstated he was personally well acquainted with the district between Inverell and Glen Innes, and might at once s...

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Coraki Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Coraki Post-Oflice. The following is the amended time table of the Arrival and Departure of Mails. ' , Maim arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday and .Ijlrarsday. at 3.35 p.m.; and close for the.sameplaoes every.Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p.m. Arriye. from Casino and Codrington every Tuesday^ at ,4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 C»sino also by steamer, Wednesday : and'Fridayevenings ; and close for. same : places every Monday and Thursday, at 8 p.m.; i .-alefeto Casino -by- river-steamer, Tuesday -and /Thursday, 7.30 a.m. Arrive. frem Lismoro, Wyrallah, . and Gundur imbaevery Tuesday and Friday, %t 5.30 p:m. ; - and olosevfor' same places every Monday and ; 'Thursday, at 3.30 p.m. - Arriveand depart by river boats for Lismore* Ballina, War Jell, tutd Broadwater. *

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Official Correspondence. I The following correspondence has been kindly handed to us. for publication : General Post Office, Sydney, May 6th, 1887. Gentlemen, — With reference to the petition forwarded by you on the 20th ultimo,, from Messrs. William Gollan, J.P.. John M* Vicar, the Beverend James S. Scott, and, other residents of Woodburn, intimating that the amount paid for the BTarwood Island and Woodburn mail sorvice is altogether inadequate in view of the difficulties Contractor Noale has to contond with, and suggesting that ho be conceded a further sum, I havo the honor to inform you that this Dopartment is aware that Contractor Neale has had difficulties to contend with since he took up , the service, but his case is not singular, as many othor contractors for conveyance of mails ' in Now South Wales have had tho same wet experiences. With respect to tho contractor having given satisfaction, this is not altogether the ease, as wo havo had trouble with him for not making due p...

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