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English Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

f JB'iigllslt Politics, Tjie Marquis of Salisbury has boen summoned to Osborno, her Majesty's summer retreat in tho Isle of Wight, to undertake thofonnation o{ a Government. Mr. Gladstone and his colleagues arc out, nnrl Mm Conservatives aro in. Thus onds the Home Rule programmo for a few years, beyond which prophctic forecasts cannot bo trusted, in tho present unsettlo ment of British politics. It is not so much a question of what the Conserva tives will do, as what tho independent Liberals and Radicals will let thom do. The Conservatives may rule, but they cannot govern, so long as thoir voting strength represents a minority of the House of Commons. They may obtain sympathy, wliilo failing to command votes. The real interest of tho situation lies in the probability, which some may call a certainty, that the Moderate Liberal section are now permanentlysovered from the Gladstone following, and will become, by imperceptible stages, incorporated with the rank and file of the now progr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breif Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Brclf Mention. Grafton wus without a Sydney mail for six days, lately. Of tho !)00 mon cngagod by tho C. S. 11. Co at Bro.ulwator, Richmond River, 00 woro Italians from tho S\yan Bay settlement. Maoioan alias Rocky Mouth is goiug in for inoirporation. Hear 1 Hoar ! 13,000 miles of tailwuy ro-laid iu Amorioii in 24 hours. List year N. S. Walos grow 4,204,394 bushols of wheat. Friday, 0 August (to-day) is proclaimed a publio holiday in tho olootorul district of tho ltiohmond. Tho Lowor Claronco Itogatta will bo hold in Soptombor. Ou Suuday afternoon and night from C| iuohos to C inches of rain foil about Ballina aud Emigrant Crook. Malua has boon baokod to win nearly £20,000 for tho Melbourne Cup, tho prico averaging 1000 to 25. Tho Hon. W. l'oarson having sorntohod Opal and Black Snuko, old Commotion ia now his only ropresontativo in tho Molbourno Cup. It is rumoured tlmt It. Pago & Co. havo nur olmsod tho ' Northern Star ' publishod at Lismoro. Timo somebody did. Tho Eolipso...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ills of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

The Ills of Ireland. PnoFKsnon Godwin Smith, writing to a Canadian paper on the ills of Ireland, says : — ' Famine, mocking the dovicos and rivalries of politicians, stalks alone tho western coast of Ireland, and not a cent is subscribed for tho relief of tho famish ing by the patriots who have subsoribod a million for political agitation. Once more wo aro reminded that tho root of tho evil in Ireland is not political but economical. A peasantry in character liko that of Celtic Britanny, amiable but thriftless, multiplies recklessly on potatoes in a climate unfavourable to tho raising of grain, and is at the same time depressed by a religious system tho cffects of which on the industrial energy and material condition of the people have been in all countries the samo. The case has been made worse by the absen teeism of the landlords, their frequent neglect of duty, and tho bad relations existing between them and their tenants ; while to crown the whole agricultural depression, the co...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meyers as a Pedestrian. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Meyers as a Pedestrian. Compared. with Watson, Malone, Ap litt, aud other colonial peds, E. L. Meyers, the American flyer, must be a puny-looking gentleman. He is 28 years old, stands 5 feets 1\ inches, and weighs 8st. 8 lb., two or three inches lower, and more than 2st lighter than any of the trio above mentioned. The American, however, can beat them and considerably, for he has run 250 yards in 26 seconds, and 220 yards in 22£ seconds. He is a beautiful even strider, and resembles Watson in the fact' that when doing his best he is running the neatest. The receipts of the Suez Canal Company fell off for the first three months of the current year no less than l,4'10,f OOf. Should the declino continue at the same rate for tho remainder of the yeaiythe total reduction would then be 5,790.GOOf., or £230,0(10. On 400,000 hliaroa that would be equivalent to a reduotion of lis. 9d. per share in the dividend. ? That would moke, it is said, the roturnon the shares at their present price abo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Grafton-Tweed Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

CiraftoiwTwced Muilway. A number of gentlemen mot yesterday at tho School of Arts, in response to a circular issued by the Mayor, to consider tho advisableness of taking some further action to urge upon the Goverment the desirability of including the first sec tions of the Grafton-Tweed line among the proposals to be submitted to Parlia ment shortly. About 15 gentlemen wers present, and apologies wero sent by many others. Tho Mayor stated his reasons for convening tho meeting, and a discussion then took placo upon tho best course to pursue. The opinion of those present favoured the holding of a publio meeting, and next Friday was suggested, a motion to that effect being moved. It was then mentioned that a committee was in existence, appointed to furthor the construction of this line, which com mittee had fuuds still at disposal, and ultimately an amendment, together with tho original motion, wero permitted to lapse, with the understanding that the committee would take action. As wil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Official Correspondence. The following letters havo boon kindly handed to us for publication by Mr. T. IV Ewiug, M.P. : — Dopartinont of Public Works, offico of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads. Sydnoy, 23rd July, 1886.— Sir,— In rofer onco to your lottor of tho 18th instant, urging tho expenditure of amount of £100 granted for ltoad Coraki Punt to Lismoro and Woodburn Road, I havo to inform you that the amount has only just boon mado availablo, and instructions havo been sont to the local officer to oxpond it. — I havo, &c., William A. Bennett, Commissioner and Engineor for Roads. T. T. Ewing, Esq., M.P., Sydnoy. Goneral PostOffi.ce, Sydney, 26th July, 18S6. — Sir, — Referring to my letter of tho 9th instant, acknowledging rocoipt of your momorautlum covering a communication from Mr. Lyle M'Phorson, secretary of a public mooting hold at Wyrallah, to urge tho opening of a tolograph insto'ad of a tele phono offico at that placo, I am diroctod to state that tho Superintende...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Rains. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

The Late Rains. Yesterday's incossant heavy rain con tinued until daybroak, when tho sky cloarod somowhat, but rain is again threatening. Most of tho country stations report similar rains. At Boca thoro has boen no such fall for 20 years. Tho hoaviest rogisters wore made in tho Bourko district and on tho Quoonsland bordor, 450 points falling at sovoral places. ^ Shearing operations in tho Coonamble district aro indefinitely postponod, as the roads aro impassablo, and tho townspeople for somo weeks past havo boon in a state of bread famine. Goulburn streets aro said to bo running orooks, and the roads generally aro impassable. Queensland is now oxporionoing hoavy rains. Heavy floods are reported in various places in the western and south-wostern districts. Tho rivers and creeks aro everywhere overflowing. At a publio mooting at St. George, resolutions wore adop tod — ' That the Chair man tolograph to tho Colonial Socrotary, appealing to him to relieve tho impending famine, tho most p...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Grufton. f FROM OUR CORKKSrOKDHNT.l Weather. — Copious rains and tho country looking splondidly, aud farmors havo full expectation of having hotter crops than any lato Boasons. Tho majority of thorn think now that tho so-oallod blight was nothins moro than tho offoct of drought. [Yos, and shallow ploughing. Ed.] Crops. — Farmers aro now busy gotting thoir ground ready for planting, but tho ground is yot rathor wot to operate on woll. A groat many potutoo9 aro boing planted this souson, mostly Early Roso, Circular Hoad, and Warnuinbool, and our indo fatigablo Mayor, Mr. Samuel Soo is planting 18 aoros on his lato purohaso at Tionayr. Groou foddor of ovory description is plontiful. Ouaka Reserves. — Tho solootions on thoso did not roach oxpoutatiou, tho pricos uskod, £3 and £0 por aero being too exorbitant, and provontod many from npplying. Sovorul old piouoora wont out for inspocuon, auu camo oacc witu trvo laea of fighting bhy of it. Thoro aro somo good spots, with good frontagos, b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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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 August 1886

BUN G AW AIjB YN PUBLIC SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR 01' T1IH RICHMOND RIVER 1IERAI.D. Sm, — I should fool obliged if you would cull attontion in your paper to tho shookingly negloctod stnto of tho Buugawalbyn Publio School, situatod at tho month of that orock. Tho buildiug is constructed of slabs, any thing bnt weatherproof, and tho roof is a shinglod ouo that has soon bettor days. Thoro is no woatlior shod, or veraudali, excoptmg a small ono at ouo cud of the suhool, nnd whioh having an onrthon floor lower than tho sur rounding ground is often nothing but a Rtogunut pool, nud is tho ouly resort for pupils in wot H'oatlit.r. Tlio building wns originnlly tho property of tho residents rouud about aud built by tliom. but, for somo timo now it has boon the proporty of tho Government und under its care, or rather, want of it. Tlio attondauco numbers now over M0 pupils, and tho increas ing settlement on tho crock is nddiug to tho number, yet nothing has boou dono or attempt ed, aud I should fee...

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 — 6 August 1886

Correspondence. I Tho Editor does not hold himsolf responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.

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Miscellaneous News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

MlHcellnneouH News. Archibald Forbos and Lulu Moigs, dnughtor of Genoral Moigs, ol' tho Unitod States Armj', woro marriod at Washington on Juno 10th. Tho proclamation forbidding tho manu facture in tho colony of dynainito or 1 nitro-glycoriuo compounds, or thoir impor tation from olsowhoro, has boon oxtondod for a further period of six months. It is statod that tho Princo of Wales is particularly desirous that Prinoo Albort Victor should opon tho Adolaido Exhi bition. Tho Miuistor for Justice has promised to pay Maitlaiul a visit, to sottlo tho much ' vexed quostion of tho oroction of a now courthouse there. Nows has been rocoivod at Port Darwin of tho total loss of a junk from Canton to Dorby, with 500 Ohineso for tho Kimborloy goldfiold. Sho fontidorod off Cossack. Only ono lifo is known to havo boon savod. _3oorl samplos of coal havo boon found in Victoria. Tho soam has boou proved to bo ISO foot wido, and 3 feot 4 inchos thick. A company has boon formod, with a'c'apital of £20,0...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, August 2nd. Before tho samo Bonch. Thoro woro threo continuod casos from last Courf. : Jolin Whito v. E. J. Harrison. Sottlod. William Armstrong v. Ewon Konnody. Balanco duo for somo cane sold, £9 Is Id. Postponod for bill of particulars to bo filled. Aftor hearing ovidonco tho Bench dismissed tho caso. Ewon Konnody v. William Armstrong. Claim for goods sold and dolivorod, £7 19s 5d. Dofondant ploadod not indobtod in any amount. Verdict for plaintiff £7 12s 5d with 6s costs of Court.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

: The Onion Jack.— Tlio Union Kag has a history iuterestiuir ut tho present jimeturo. The liifrli sheriff of an Irish county suys : — 'VTlio TJuiou l^liig-, or Union Jack, with its three crosses of St. . Goorifo, ; St; Andrew, and St. Putriok. is tho symboVof tlioPtti-lininontary union botween Eufflnud, Scotland, and Irola d. Tlio histories of t.ho Flag and tho Union nro ono. In 1707, whon there wns Scottish Parliament of Groat Uritnin, tho Cross of St. . Andrew, with its Ohio ground, united with the rod cross of St. GeorRo, bocamo tl»- national eusign, Whou tho Parliariiontri iif Great Britain aud Irolnnd wero united in 1800, tho Cross of St. 1'ntriuk with its white ground, was bleudod witt tho uuitod crosses of St. Goorgo and St, Androw, to nignify tho union of tho tliroo Parliaments, and to form for over tho Union Flag of tho United kingdom.' The project of utilising the Canadian Pacific Rail way as tho principal route bo tween England and our eastorn and oouth orn possessions is...

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Coraki Police Court. Monday, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Cornki Policc Court. ' Monday, August 12. Before Messrs. W. Yabsley, aud A. Hill, J's.P. WAOES CASE. Charlos Gallaghor v. Edward Riordon. Work and labour dono £3 12s 7d. Dofon dant ploatlod not indobtod, and put iu a sot-off. After koariug evidence, which was vory conflicting, tho Bench gavo a vordict for plaintiff for £1 Is Sd, and 4s lOd cost of Court. . Casos undor tho Pastures and Stock Protoction Act. Five casos instituted by Mr. T. Bawdon, District Inspector of Stock, undor this Act, woro withdrawn, somo having alroady registered and othors having no stock. District inspector of Stock v. C. and T. Yabsley. Negloctiug to rogister their stock. Mr. Charlos Yabsley appeared and pleaded guilty. Tho Bouch iiuod him 10s Gd, £2 2s costs, and 4s lOd costs of Court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

General Notices Dopartmont of Jlinos, Sydnoy, 2?rd July, 1880. PuorosEn Rimumptiok op Land for Road undeb 110th Suction of Aor 48 Viotoiua No. 18. LAND DISTRICT .Off CASINO. NOTICE is heroby givon that it is proposod to rosumo so much land as is omhracod iu cortoin Conditional PnrohasoH (described iu tho apponded Schodule), tho samo boing re quired for tho following road, viz. : — Road from tho wost boundary of T. Marsh's (now Commercial Bank's) 3!).} aoros, O.P. portion No. 31, to tlio sito for wharf ou tho right bank of tho Richmond Rivor, at tho northorn boundary of T. Mu rah 'h (now Commercial Bank's) 40 aoros, C.P. portion No. 30, parish of Tatham, county of Richmond. [Rds 80-2,132.] JAMES FLETCHER. SCHKmiLK KKFKHRED TO. Cataloguo No — R. 151-1744. No of C.P.— 70-299. Parish — Tatham. Parish No — 31. Namo of Coaditioual Purchaser — T. Marsh (now Commercial Bank). Area of Portion — 3!) aoros, 3 roods. Area resumed — 1 acre. Cataloguo No— R. 151-1744. No of C.P ? ? 009. Parish — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

General Notices. . WANTED, tliroo copies of tho Rich mond Rivor Heiiald of 2ord July. ij^OE. tho convenience of-. parties residing I at a distanco from tho Office, single copies of this journal: may, bo. purchased, aud Subscriber's uames loft, at Mr Geouge 1 Cooi-ku's Post-Oflico Stores, and at Mr. K. Nolan's Storo, 'Richmond 'i'orraco. . ; |)U B LIC- N O TIC E. NO CEEDIT givon on tho Bungawalbyn a,nd Sandy Creek Punt, aftor this dato. . '.GEORGE OLIVE, Son. ; 24th July, 1886. : It E W A It D. STOLEN or strayed from tlio Round Hill Paddock, Coraki, ono RED ROAN COW, hraudel M R over S on off rump, no oar mark ; also, ono BREN.DLE COW, both oars tipped, alid branded either 9 or 0..'' If stolen, tlio abovo reward will bo paid for information that will load to the conviction of tho.thiof. If strayed, £1 Reward will bo paid on delivery to ' ' ' , . JOHN ROBERTSON, Coraki. gATUEDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER. Grand Sheffield Handicap, to bo hold at Igp' BROADWATER,' ON SATUEDAY. 18th SEPTEMBER. eev...

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Destruction of Useless Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Destruction of Useless Timber. The Department of Mines has recieved from Mr. W. F. Piper, of the Forest Branch a report on the destruction of useless, timber on reserves. The report^ deals principally with the des truction of white, yellow, and black box by sapping and ringharking respectiv ely. It states thnt the nngbarking though not so quick in its operation, is 'more effectual than sapping, and prevents the growth of suckers. The report - recommends that permission to destroy useless timber on forest reserves should be granted only on condition that box should not be . sapped, and should be ringbarked when the sap is up. The Minister for Mines has expressed his approval of the recommendation. An amendment to tho Now Zealand Govornmont Loan Bill has been proposed, disapproving of tho commencement of any new railways, until the presont lines in * course of construction are complotod.

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The Colonial and India Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 6 August 1886

Vhe Colonial unit ludian Ih'x* liibltlon. The Daily Telegraph's Special Corres dondent in London writes : — The popu larity of tho Exhibition is still ; on tho increase, Tho attcndanco on she1 last two Saturdays lws exceeded 100,000 in the aggregate, while the daily attendance shows a steady incroase. The organisa tion of the Exhibition is excellent, the rapidity and ease with which the buildings are emptied punctually on the lowering of tlie electrict lights every night being , something extraordinary. There is no crushing or confusion, tho crowds being orderly in the extreme. In fact, the behaviour of the British public, not only at tho celebration, but at all their othor great public gatherings, is a treat for all Australians, accustomed as they are to the order preserved at Randwick and other popular resorts. The maelstrom of dissipation in which the colonial and Indian representatives have beon plunged is increasing in intensity. Not only is every evening engaged, but oven thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 August 1886

Drapery and Clothing. James Jolmson and Co., 243 and 245, George-street, {CORNER OP CHARLOTTE PLAOE), SYDNEY. IN' oted Oheap Hons© FOR Household, General, and Fancy DRAPERY. MEN'S, YOUTH'S, and BOY'S Clothing, Hats, Caps, Mercery, r-. nnd ovory artiolo for ontfitting. DIRECT IMPORTERS. NEW GOODS BY EVERT MAIL. Visitors to Sydnoy wonld do woll to pay us n visit. The Largest and Best Stock IN SYDNEY or DUNGAREE OVERALLS ' DUNGAREE OVERALLS FLANNEL SHIRTS FLANNEL SHIRTS DUNGAREE JACKETS DUNGAREE JACKETS FLANNEL DRAWERS FLANNEL DRAWERS DUNGAREE JUMPERS DUNGAREE JUMPERS DUNGAREE TROUSERS DUNGAREE TROUSERS WHITE CAPS WHITE CAPS . COOK'S CAPS COOK'S CAPS BOILERMAKER'S SUITS BOILERMAKER'S SUITS PILLOW CASES PILLOW CASES SERGE DRAWERS SERGE DRAWERS SHEETS SHEETS CRIMEAN SHIRTS CRIMEAN SHIRTS PAINTER'S APRONS PAINTER'S APRONS DOUBLE-BACKED COTTON SHIRTS DOUBLE-BACKED COTTON SHIRTS CARPENTER'S APRONS CARPENTER'S APRONS SPONGE CLOTHS SPONGE CLOTHS COOK'S APRONS COOK'S APRONS PAJAMAS; PAJAMAS. T...

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Miscellaneous News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 August 1886

miscellaneous News, Bank of England notes havo been made sinco 1719 in the same mill, at Laverstoko, in the valley of tho Test, Hampshire. About 9,000,000 notes are annually issued, representing something like £300,000,000. The protectivos against counterfeit or alterntion are: — t. Peculiarities, in the pulp. 2. Uhemical preparation, introduced at the time of manufacture. 3, Water marks. 4. The style and subject of the engravings, o. The inks used in printing thereof. When unsized, bank-note will sup port 361bs in weight; wh0n sizod 561bs. Graham. Bqrrv onco told this story about himself: — 'When I first obtained a situation as a shop-boy, the master somewhat abruptly inquired my name. I hesitatingly said, ' Sir, Graham Berry, sir.' 'Oh, well, Sir Graham Borry, he laughingly said, ' go and sweep out. the back store.,' Those who heard the anec dote laughod at it as a good joko. Now they disoern that that storekeeper was a prophet. Mr. B. O. Boako's largo group of the officers and me...

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