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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

The picture entitled ' The . Bush rangers,' byMr. Strutt, an Australian' artist, and the painter of the picture^ ' Black Thursday,' haa been hung at the Royal Academy,

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Drlef Munition. Enthusiastic railway meeting at Lismoro. Beer tax reduced from 4d to 3d. Maize is soiling nt Is 8d in Victoria. Our war matorial arrived in tho Tvno. A coal soain has boon discovorod near Ulmarra. Wanted a Progress Association for Coraki. Parkes' idea of froetrade— tho cloture. Beef 2Jd a lb at Tenterfiold. Garrotting is rife in Melbourne. 90 cases to be tried at the Lismoro District Court. Casino School of Arts has a debit balance of £1571. Good rowing expected at tho Grafton Regatta on tho 21st. Municipal bodies of Melbourne vetoed all proposals to celebrate Jubilee. £127 has boon approved and is available for the Lismoro Agricultural Society. Osborne thinks Parkes' mental powor is vory much overrated. So do wo. The rearing of Angora goatB is proposed as a profitable industry in Victoria. It is 'contemplated to form a Choral Society at Lismore. 21st Juno public holiday throughout tho colony. Frenoh trying to drivo the English from New Caledonia. Tendors will shortl...

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 — 13 May 1887

Sporting BTems. Nominations for the Hurling Club Handicap olose on Wednesday next. Great Billiard tournament at Royal Hotel, Broadwater, on June 4th and 11th. Armidale T. Club intends erecting a stand to hold 560 people. I Hanlan and Gaudaur have been matched for £500 aside to row on May 30. Arsenal has so far improved that he will soon be able to resume training. The Governor of Tasmania ? challenged the champion rifle shot, to a match and defeated him on Saturday. H. R. Stokes lowered the Australian bicycle record for five miles on Saturday last by accom plishing the distance in lGmina. 31 4-6th sees. It is stated that some of the leading book makers of Victoria are botween £6000 and £15,00o out over tho V.R.C. and A.J.C. meetings. Mr. Kelso has put First Chester — who it will be remembered ran Nordenfelt such desperate races as a three-year-old — into work again.. Wood, the oycling. champion of the ? world, Btarted at Melbourne to do 100 miles in 6£ hours, but had to give up tho ...

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 — 13 May 1887

General Notices. STRAYED, from Coraki, BAY MARE, O on near shoulder, one hind foot white, rising four years. Reward on returning to W. T. MOBBS, . Commercial Hotel. LOST, from Coraki, light brown HORSE, aged, white hind fetlook. Liberal Re ward to finder on leaving same in oare of Wm. Yabslby, Esq. JOSEPH STRONG. Jjl O B ~ S A L eT An ALLOTMENT, with HOUSE con taining Four Rooms, in Tatham, at Deep Creek Bridge; place very suitable for a -Store, being half-wav between Coraki and Casino. Terms reasonable. Apply to ' A. M DERMID, TomkL Or at the Hkbacd Office, Coraki Q L 7~ YOUNG, House and Chtiroh Painter and Deoorator, LANDSCAPE PAINTER, GRAIN ER, AND PAPERHANGER, SIGN-WRITER AND GILDER, . Walkxb St., Casino. All the above -mon tionad work per formed on.tho shortest notioo, and workmanship guaranteed not to be excelled out of Sydney. IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF WILLIAM SOUTHON. W GOLLAN has received instructions ? from E. M. Stephen, Esq., Offioial Assignee, to Bell by publio auotion...

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Alarming Results of a Stray Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Alarming Remits of a Stray Shot. Thb inhabitants of the village pf Innellan, on the Firth of Clyde, have just experienced some of the effects of a naval bombardment; and judging from the damage done by one shot, they must consider themselves fortunate that they, were not the recipients of a whole broad side. It appears th-it onl8th December the guardship Ajax left the Clyde for Chatham to undergo repairs, and took the opportunity in going down the Firth of having a little big gun praotice. By some extraordinary carelessness one of theguns was discharged towa^fis the shore, and after making a ricoohet on tlie water an enormous projectile struck the ground near a villa in the occupation of Mr. Patton, a Greenock sugar merchant. The shot ploughed . a hole 7t. deep, and, after smashing four large trees, was oarried about a quarter of a mue further before it finally spent its force. In its wild career the projeotile just missed the hoard sohool, which was filled with children at the time...

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

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The House of Commons sat all night in committee on the Irish Crimes Bill, and all amendments were rejected by the aid of the cloture. The Imperial Conference closed last night, the subjects discussed being the Colonial Governor's prerogatives of mercy, and uniformity in preparing the census retnrns. Turkey has sent two ironclads and five battalions of infantry to Crete, although tranquility prevails. William O'Brien, in the United Ire land newspaper, denounces the Marquis of Lansdowne, Governor-General of Canada, for evictions from his Irish estates. Two millions and a-half have been subscribed for the South Australian 4 per cent, loan of £850,000. The British Government has sanc tioned the operation of the Newfoundland bait bill. Terrible forest fires have occurred in Hungary whereby thousands of persons have been rendered homeless. The Times in an article to-day, says Lord Salisbury must not dawdle or trifle with the question of the French occupa tion ...

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

Gazette Notifications. Scholastic.—' Tho following teaohers havo gained promotion by examination : — John Horton, Irvington 2-A ; Martin J. Sohaeffer, Buokendoon, 3-a (provisionally). Tenders Accepted.— W. Ewers, contraot 13-0 ; Road Cross-Road to Ballina, £496 6s Id. M. Carlill- -contraot 10-a, Road Casino to Tabulam. Cemetery Trustees.— The following gentle men have been appointed as Ttnstees of the General Cemetery at. BexhilL county of Rous, set apart for Genoral Burial Ground, vis ':— Messrs. Thomas Snowden, William Arthur, William Walmsley, Hugh Cameron,- David Clarke, John Noble, John Gollan. Application to Purchase Land. — Charles A. C. Chauvel has been permitted topurohase (conditionally), by . virtue of improvements, portion 203 of 73 aores parish of Timbara, county of Drake for £92 5s. :

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The Proposed Excise Duty on Beer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

The Proposed Gulae Dnty on I Beer. I Thb Cofatri&l! 'fcren.Wef did not oarry out his expressed ni intention to collect tho proposed nxffistrf-f\4d. ft gallon on colon ial lieer. The brewers, fortified by 'Todd, s Parliamentary Practice' and by the opinion of: counsel learned in the law had. in view of the probability of oiHcera-of excise calling at their estab lishmerits,- adopted measure s for resistance of the''d«iimnda of any such officers ; but the 'executiori of these measures was tendered unnecessary by the nonappear ance of excisemen. Instead of excisemen the Treasurer 'caused to be sent to the 1 various btewera circulars, which seem to indicate tliat, Burns had coroe to the conclusion that te was not yet authorised to collect the. proposed excise., dutys, and and would forego'tbeir collection pending, the procurement of . Parliamentary sanc tion. All' tKe brewers are by this circu lar 'required '—without any statute being -^Uoted'-wHich would warrant the use of such ...

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

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold hiir)Bolf responsible for opinions exproBsed by obrroBpondenta.]

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Peculiar Disease Among Horses at Germanton. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

Peculiar Disease Among Morses at (iermanton. During the past few weoks a disease has appeared among horses, causing some alarm in the minds of the owners. Messrs. Thomas Kendall, Elliot, Heriot, Robert Taylor, and others havo lost valuable animals. The cases have all appeared amongst horses running at grass. The symptoms point to tho brain as the seat of the affection. Tho animal is found lying stretched out and quite un able to move ; when the head is raised he cun get up, but when attempting to feed hie falls over. He can, however, feed from a raised manger. Tho appetite is not affccted, nor the general health, but the limbs stiffen and the lowering of ' the head causes him to fall, and he is then unable to raise the head. Mr. Stanley, Government Veterinarian, ar rived yesterday to investigate the disease, and to-day he visited Kinross, where he saw a horse which is recovering. It was seized a week ago. It fell down in Mr. Stanley's presence and lay stretched out, and was helpless...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Late Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 13 May 1887

ili-A :. lilati; Tetegram ortj mo Wednesday.,:! The Radical press in Pans is furious at tB^'cbrtitfienta' bf - the English jourrials on the prince of a, large 'French fleet in the,^edU€.rranean. .~JXhe. .Pacific., Cable . Company, has announced that it will be content with a -subsidy of- £75,000. . ' ? . j The_8teamer Ormuz arrived at London! in SfSayfr frlohi^Sydfney. '? ' ?' : f. - j Sidney, Thursday. I - Th^'Erisoo^mail steamer : Almeda, and! the'^Orieilt 'steamer Lusitania, arrived! tS;tfay.,!': ?= ?' j ^?fcSFt-ench escapees from New Caledonia) landed on the Queensland coast. : A man' -'named George Sheran was found' dead at Eveleigh station; there were no marks of violence on the body., ? Holt, the former, has been removed to jDarlipghu^t .gaol. The railway from Gosford to Wartatali 2^11 .be. open in a week or two. A cake, of gold weighing 192 ounces, ? Result of a crushing of 90 tons of - stone' from Fingal district, Hobart, is ^reported. v Mr. Eahl, ex-American consul, has . ...

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Mr. Dillon and the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

' Mr. Billon 'and the Times. ~ The following pcrthrenfc remarks on av| ouy cablegrams ^ou sonie tnnohack'appoarH' initlio S. M. IleVaTii tlf Mny lOth. Tho Hon'sii'of 1 Oomhion may lie'cong'ratirtated! upon the issue' of -tho priViloge-'' question botweon the Times, and Mr. Dillon. We say this, not . for the reason, urged by had engaged in a conflict with the press it ; would h'ave- beeii ' worsted^ btft because/ in deolining either to treat the niatter as ono of privilege, or to refer it to a select , cdmmittee, the House has done what was ri^ht as1- wolf as -expedietit^ - - Members' . of Parliament, under, the cpver of privilege, Are -free In their att(^ck& on people outsiae. ' ;\7e have tfeveVtlubatiobiBd'th'd'sorfndneaa' of the privilege which protects- thein in this'^xereise of ?free-iip^ech'.'?. The pofesw sion of it is necessary to 'the discharge, of PSflI4&epl^yri.3ji-^»ri ;'di^r9dh«bli» ttnrough the abuse p£ « iti n»y often be. Tlut the privilega^iUat iwolild...

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Kicking Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

XtlrkingCowB. 'v THERE i^ no fixed'rule'for ifa'ilkirig kick-j iingcows.; bijt 'a~ correspondent in exchange' riiiiae^ th^? following' W1 method, which, _ it .seems to us, would &i«|aire«ers!e! to )try & Approach thef -?owj ttrhistling} singing for-talkingji -to attract her; attention;' ? Lean gently against1 her mde ; 'and tell her to:-' Kofet.''- Plade the head against her 'and adjust the stooll dt . dowa-'ai^lentiy/ ;'SR further fore( .-.teat, ^en, the 'near one,, and,, with ? thb nead' still .' ^resting aigainst'hei',' keep milking and whistling un^ilr:jt^: job is done. Another correspondent' said he quietened a kipking cbwby simply putting \ a strapjnh'er riiouth and buckling it; tightly, .behind her horns. ! The HFime? taunts .M^.jiParnell wit£ refusing to bring-the matter of his letter into court; and Submit' to ?'orosB-ftxamina;- (ion.

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Hunting a Tame Deer at Wimbledon. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

Mnntlwn a Tame' Beer at - Wimbledon. A correspondent,- writing to the Morn ing jJPpsti .says On Saturday las 1 1 was present at. an attempt to .hunt the celebrated- tame deer- which ha^ recently figttredTin daily performances at Olympia. Itj appears , that, the'. Parisian C.ompany, luiung.Bne -ilitereao xa cne aeer nunc nas somewttafciwaned, sold ' the . animal to.; a few gentlemen, who-announced their first reneaisal ' j to ' ' take' ' plac6 1 ott . ' Saturd iy_ afternoon, at Haynes Park, near Wimble dtfdj wKh' a pack oiE beagles;' The Royal ^0(^ty.,iEpr -the Prevention , of Cruelty, 'to; Animals ; . having been acquainted withj this project, organised a body of officers for' the' purpose of watching the behaviour of the deer and' the conduct of' 'the Bufitei^ with' the intention of instituting %:'prpsecution. for. cruelty, if necessary. The. animal was conveyed to .the meet , in a box. When-, (the signal ,was given for it to uncaited the sportsmen dis «j^fed^hat'!it preferred to r...

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Colonial Timber, and the White Ant. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

Colonial Timber, aud the Wblte j TnE'tfydnky'Mmt Wysi— Our- iPbrt: Mab-' qunrie corri'spbndentwriteal^Mr. Cutt, Clerk .of .Wojks, has mado an unusual depattluro fiQ&i custom in the construction of the teaclier'a residence now being erectedOfet the Port Macqtiario public school. It customary to use the Oregon pine^ for dining in nearly all buildings; but instructions liave been issued to the contractor to.use mahogabyr. lining, which is being cut' at the local mill. The mahogany. : timber will ? resist the white ant — in fact this pest will never intbrfbrd with ; a buildingor fence con1 strubted of this timber.1 It admits of a beautiful 'polish, is very durable;' and is aliAost equal to cedar in' appearance. ; Arfj!tbe timber is very plentiful around here no doubt large orders will bo given for' it 'foe lining as, v^ell aa building . pur poses. Itj. ^otj ganeraliy known: that this»(im^er. has no ^attr^ctiona for -the wHice aiit, ^Hich is Certain to attack' the*' pine, and rui...

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 — 20 May 1887

General Notices LOST, fronl Coraki. light' brown HOBSE, a ared, white hind fetlook. Liberal Re ward to finder on leaving came in care of Wu. Yabblby, Esq.' JOSEPH STRONG. GOOD SOUND CHAFF, 5s 6d per bag, On sale by the undersigned. CHARLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer. p-f BEWABD will be said for Buoh infor oDJL mation as will leaa to the oonviction of the person who cruelly and malioiously dam a sow pig, near Mobbs* slaughter yard, on Sunday or Monday last — thereby necessitating the destruotion of the said pig. ? JOHN WHYTB. Coraki, May 19. pUBLIO MEETING. A PUBLIO MEETING will be held at the School House, Bungawalbyn, to morrow (Saturday), 21st instant, at 3 o'clock f..m., to oonsider what steps should be taken with regard to the Publio Sohool and Government Wharf at Bungawalbyn. All interested are particularly requested to attend. By Order. Jji O E 8 A L E. J. C. BRE0KENRIDGE has always on hand for sale : — Dairy Cows, Heifers, Bullocks, Upstand ing Saddle Hacks. Also, some really first...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

River Steamers Time-Table. Thr' following time-table is published for general information : — The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore : every morning, returning to Woodburn in the afternoon The Irvington leaves Coraki for Irvington at 8 f .a.m. daily (Thursday and Sunday excepted), 'and leaves Irvington for Coraki at 3 o'clock same days. The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; and Cosiuo for ' Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The Mabel leaves Woodburn for Lismore every Monday and Thursday on arrival of the mails from Sydney, and Lismoro for Wood burn every Tuesday and Friday at 2.30 p.m. Also' leaves Woodburn for Ballina every Wednesday and Saturday at 8.3Q, returning same days. ; Fenwick's steamers leave Lismore for Ballina, and Ballina for Lismore at 8.30 a.m. daily

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

CABLEGRAMS. London, Tuesday. There are serious strikes in the colueiy districts in Belgium. Troops are in readiness to prevent rioting. The P. and O. Company pay a dividend of .5 per cent. The impending crisis in Franoe is im peding the settlement of the New Hebrides question. , : f ? i„ ? :n: ? u.._i ? 1- .- Mvivy ujiuiuu uiuuDin.vL wumv Km ' cornered ' in Chicago, causing con siderable excitement in the wheat market, £20,000 have been offered and refused for the racehorse Bendigo. There is great speculation in oolonial securities, and large purchases have been made at advanced rates. New Yoi k advices state that a Hawaian man-of-war proceeds to Samoa, thence to Tonga to annex the latter. '- ' London, Wednesday...'. There is a probability of ;an! i Antumn Session of the Imperial Parliament; ? ; Sir Henry Holland, in reply to a question as to whether the Rev. Shirley Baker was to be deported and tried for state of affairs in Tonga, said . he would await the receipt of the report mad...

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Temperance Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

'iemperance {Lectures.. Mb. Joseph Butltik, who is lecturing in this distriot for tho Independont Order of Good Templars, delivered an address at the Albert Theatre, Lismore, on Saturday night last, his subject being 'Personal Responsibility.' On Sunday afternooa he delivered an address on ' The Prodigal Son,' and handled the subject in a most graphic and feeling manner. On Monday night he took for his subject ' The reason ? T ? II mi ? 3.-.-.. „ ? - ? ? ? A ? 1 ? _ wny. me auuieuces were not so targe aa the importance of thesubjeot discussed, or worthy of the talents of the speaker. Mr. Butler ie one of the boat speakers that has ever addressed an audience at Lismore, and although a rapid speaker his utterances were clear and distinct, and he was atten tively listened to throughout. Hia illus trations were very happily chosen, and were given just at the right time, so that he avoided a very common re sult of- some speakers, 'and it could not be said that his address wasamere string...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 20 May 1887

TELEGRAPHIC!. . , Sydnky, Tuesday. Tonga has resumed the usual quietness. The Rev. Mr. Moulton is attending to Wesleyan mission work thero. In the wrestling match at Melbourne, Miller against Christol and Sali, the: former won. | At a meeting of the Executive Council the Hon. W. J. Foster was aworn in as a Judge of the Supreme Court, and Mr. J. H. Want as Attomev-General. An extensive measure dealing with Local Solf-Government will be one of the earliest measures the Government will ' inti'oduoe . next aeauon. Informa tion is being obtained in country districts for the guidance of . Ministers in framing the Bill. A Property Tax Bill will also be introduced at the same time. A private letter announces the death of Father Chiniquy in Montreal. Returns ehow that during the month {of .April J778, 000 rabbits were killed. * All the bootmakers in Wellington, New Zealand are on strike. Articles-have been signed for a match betwen Kemp and Matterson, for £100 aside, to be rowed on the Parra...

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