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Sporting [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

Sporting Sieme. I The ' Amorioan trottor Huon, aftor two attempts, lowered tho milo record by trotting it in'2.38), but had one break. ' Trident,' in tho Sydney Mail, nays W. Beach Has signed the artiolos sent along by Hanlan. Thore is much of tho Philadelphia lawyer about the articles, and they are long enough to frighten one ; and after df, Hanlan,, it will be seen, won't come.' At tho last Oxfotd-CambritUre boat raoe. ari' enterprising Amorioan firm had chartered ten ' ^ steamers, and gave a froe passage to overyono' who won one ot their watchos, ' Perkins, the English sculler, will challengo Neil Mattenon on his arrival in Sydney. Tho H--n. J. Enles has purohased the 'blood stallion Grandmaster from Mr. D. F. Mackay, of Singloton, for the sum of J1200 guineas. This is considered a large prioe, as the horse is now 19 yean old. 5i .'I -'1 American files credit a mare caltod Hempstead f with having cleand'Oft 8in at tho last. National Show at New York.

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 — 27 May 1887

, SsHtte NsdleaUsm, / ! Scaousno.— Miss Blanohs Cravigan has been appointed . teaeher at the Pro visional School PulgiiibarCnek. WndimAWAZ.pnoa(8Ai«— Allotments 1 to 9of ssction 17 (lismon); portions 116 and 98 ; and 33, Blllerragel Murwillumbah ; por* tions 2/Jiggi and 76 Donaldson (Lismore), have been withdrawn from sale. Laxd 8ales. — At Murwillumbah, on the 37th Jnly, 26 allotments In the village of Ooolooo, at Point Danger, ranging from 1 rood to 1 rood 34 perubes. /Upset prioefroaa £15 to £29.;, E%ht portioos,about 7milesin a north* saeteriy direction from Murwillumbah, on the nad Brunswidt to Ondgsn, ranging from 88 acres to 125 acres. Upset prioeil os per sen. One portion, , oontalniiig fe acres, parish of Wollumbin, on the left bank of ths sooth arm of ths Tweed River, about 5 mllss iron Mur willumbah. Upset pries £1 5s pcr acre. One pbrtion oontalnmg 108 acres, pariah of MoobaQ on the Mt bank of Burrnudbar Cresk. and about 9 miles from MurwiUnmbatu Upset prioe£l Is per acn...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Members' Trams. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

ii- . The .Members', Trams. I tfi* ? ? ? 4 '* ' ' * '- k «!? ' I A Gn^'^ipn tho^tr'atti' line opened fire to a representative of Ibe 'Evening Ifcws, apd during tlie'con versa tion he said : — (i Well, yes, the Parliamentary tramsmen get .' on well;. It cdsts abont'£5' to tfeke two members'orit Botany way ' after ' the ;Hoiise rise8i' ' 01c' 6o\rr80 tlie men' on tho knotor (Trid' car have to be paid extra. Howjdoyou get jpn' if ^p.e Hpu^' sits aii nigbt'if, ,j i .,;Have' to keep the trams ready all the ! time!' ' . When' the other Government .waa in poWer the conductors of tliose'trarrts used to get;a nip]6f wliisky to keejj tlie cold out, and something to.; pat, i while, ?tbey were waiting, -but now they get nothing. ^ If those ' people goitlg outto ,Botany and. other iplacea'aft?!r the Hotise ,risQs' were' to- tike, cajjsj it ^puljJ not -^st half so much 'asiitr doesiit/o run special trams. t ''.I- '|| ||l |

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 — 27 May 1887

. Mdal Cernspeadenefc. TiiR following letters, addraesed to Kssstp., Ewing and Crouoh, have been kioty handed to us fur publication . :- Department of. Publio / Works, Sydney, ,- 18th May, 1887. Gentlemen,— Rewrriag; to the petition presented. - by ; you . troar oertain ^ residents of Woodburn, urgii^? ropairs to the road leading to the Clannae River, I am directed to enclose for votir information a oopy of a report wbioh hae been reoeived from the Local Roads^ Offiear^ who has been instructed to invite tenfcw. for works on the road in question to tha ' full extent of the votes for the present year. I am to add that a further aumwitt be appropriated from the ' Flood Vote ' should such be passed. — I have, &c„ JoBJT Ras. rcopr.l -- - 'This is the road Woodburn to Sel man's, one of the most important in the district, it - is i an expensive road to make mm maintain, it is in schedule as a first olasa road, oonseauently the vote oannot bs increased, though the money available ie...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Story of a Sardine. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

9»tory of a. Sardine. i ? l! ? ' - i ! j I was in a firsb-clasls restaurant dining ; with a friend, and 'feeling in- a ? generSus :mood called for a box of sardines. ' Mind now,' I said to the1 waiter, ^ 'I want.the.genuine article, none of tj}0 Yankee imitation.' ' , . '.j ? ? , 'V ' Very, well.' , - 1 ; He. disappeared and soon ' , returned,'1 bringing vehat seemed to. be. thp rtiat ' thing called for, picked up our chect, replaced it for one calling for another' shilling, Smiled and retired./ y . j { ' Ah ! ' I said tipping back the lid/ which had ljfeteb^sfeilftilly'dpfefteii by the waiter,*' here is food foir a kiiigr; .'Look,' I added, t u'rhi ng'.tihe ; box jabpnt;-;so that my companipn..could;.read jthe. legend neatly inscribed on the gilt band en circling the sardine box1— a 1'huille d'ollye — no imitation' about that,' ' eh ? . Try one.' '? ' .friend thrustrhis glittering fork into one of wren, to the astonishment of us both, it began to \tforkiits' fills' and wriggle its ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Richmond electorate, Its Wants ans Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

The 'Rlchrettnd Electorate, Ma-: ? Wanta aurt Reqnlrementa- , Tub following letter appears in the Evsnixo Nbw« of tho 19th instant ' ' Sir, — I fed sun every resident of the above, , electorate will think you for tho attention you,: have called' to it through' the' columns of your widely read paper' of 'last' Thursday's aSte. ' It Is unfortunately tob'ttti'e' that no' eleotonte in this or any other of 'tb-V Australian oolonlsb' that I know of has, been so sadly negleoted as. . the Riohmond electorate. It Is equally true: ' that no electorate - in this 6r' any other ofthe. 'V' Australian colonies, .New Zealand. Included,^ , has within its boundaries anything apprtMcbing-' ? the same quantity of valuable land,' suitable i for agricultural purposes, capable of producing ?' mon than sufficient to supply ths wants mm-''-'' requirements of the whole population settled In this colony ; but for want of roads and improvements of sny kind to its natural ports - - a oountry, the finest in the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Terrible Encounter with a Lion. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

' A, Terrible Encounter with a A tearful affair,. is ireported from Yer -.viere, in Belguim. On November 27. an untrained ,rr -lion' ?aj^p'ropriately'w'called' Brutus, on being let into the cage, Whioh an,attendant named (premier, ,had not had time' to' leave, showed sign's of great ex^tin.e^T^aking ; .jusodigiopa ie^ps all round the cage and uttering appainng roars. Seeing'ith6'--nan''4in'aanger, the lion qiieernj' -a1. ;Mdmo.iiSoumet)..!entered the cage to enable Gremier to withdraw, when-the lion! rushed ,atr her; and ifasteped. his teeth in the .lpyer,. part pf ;Jiei; face.' ,A -professional. .tamer, Auguste Bonyill ant,:iwent! to jthe rescue, and by , main j ( force opened the lion's jaw, thus enab-| ling ther unfortunate woman't&tdtWr out of -the csige. A ., portion .of her lpwer jaW ,;withv some of. tfie. teeth,. Had. been bitten away. The* sa.vage . beast turned, his fury upon-Bonviilant, and he and the lion 'actUally wrestled .together for two or -ATOejminu^*w^iwjsi...

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Consumption of Alcoholic Liquor in United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

i|!onsam|-tlon of Ateobdlie Liquor | In United Kingdom. The Pall' -Mall if ^ 'March?' 26! gives somp ^ntefesting '{Mrli6tfRlra!'Mi£' ;ive to the consumption of alcoholic liquor in ithe^iUbited.' Kingdom. ! It, ' says :^f ' ljia8t year, according- to Mr. _ Dawson Burn's statistics, oiW' ^consumption' -of alcoholic 'liquor* allowed 'thfe fillo^ing fariatipna on the, stotistics ot la^o,:— J Werdrank l^ss j', British i spirits, ,,(?bi5^2'3.7, | gallons, value t£655»237i; wiue, ;596,245, 'galloiis','' value, I'i£C36;G20; 'We ^aratofc'l more jEoreign^spiijits^, 616,726 :' galldifi8,' value £746,07 1, beer '-rjtS^.S^jgallpps^ i value, £88,765. Total net ' decrease, £36dj0l21.: ' rXt* thci same time th'e* pop\iJi la tion had been incr^asin^, so that the' 'average sum-sp.en| p,er head on, d^n^-has, fallen 2d. periliead per - 'annum— that ia, from 67s * lt)d! to '67s 8di ' 'A's' this repre sents an 'expehditure'of about' 2 Jd.' per1 day, we jnay.be said, to have knocked: oft;, one day's dlinb...

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Authors who object to Critics. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

' XuiVii6rs iv li o ' blij eict to'1 1 rl tics ' * .fni/.n -»tU Vi « s5-i.-»„ :iuTnoRS who object to critics may find some amusement — and in&tfhcfion — in this, '6to.fyJ^ttfl4fi bJ^Qthe ^'JBtoston Tran script: — -j ? » i There is a young' critic' on v±l» -Bosto'ii presB who is called upon to review the greateL.paxt_.of..all._the.Jbpoks^^hatone ?important paper receives i;, ana as.autnors 'generally^ man^e to^apd, out ,who. , thejr rj udges' in thepresrf are,' ih'e fact haffspi'ead 'abroad among them that -their wprk in jthis instance ig b^ihg.revife^ed.'by S^.j^pung iman but lately out of college. The other 'dayman, T elderly- f, literacy -/ni^fii,cjpt -^this iyoung critic andiaid to.hira ;n. - { J j . -rI 8upposer'ybu' Won*t fesentalrieildly; iWord'ab'oWt' ^ourboolc-reviewirtg'from' ?*! jliterary veteran, will you?' ?'?'?'?iwsul'J ' Certairily nofi'Y r . O 'Well, you ard doing i pretty well; Jbiit1 y6ur 1 wbHc' /is' badly 'immature.; ! I have seen some' 'pk^tioularly1 boyi...

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The Shrinkage of Flannel. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

: The SlirlMkage of JPlannel. To keep flannels as much as possible from sftritife'ing add- felting^ 'the'follotf irtgy is to be recommended : Dissolve loz of potash in % bucket of, water, aQd leave the ' f^ric ^in'^ it for ia'-'boui^i^'Nfekt waVm the ' wat^r,'.' '' with 'the f abric in' it,! aAdv/ Wash' Without rubbing,! (also . ifraw-. , thro ugh. repeatedly* to Ne^A,:¥nfliera?; .ttKj, flannel in another liquid contaiiypg^ope spoonful of wheat flour to one bucket of' watfir, /atia)-#aAgin arjrtpulprin^i»!|en ThhV tr'ealed5, the flannel- betMtifeV ilicl andid^an, ( has barejy, ,§hri,ink?j (an^ al most nipt at all American.' ^ ' [

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 May 1887

? ? SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS   May 21.— QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, Captain A. Wood, from Sydney. Passengers - — Mi* Champion ; Miss Penrco; Mr. Champion ?Mid H in the steerage, Cargo^OO tons general merchandise and 50 ' tons coals. Left on the 17th at !) a.m., crossed tho Richmond Bar at '7 a.m. oil the 21st, after being detained outside '2 days .on account of two much sea on the bar, ?and arrived nt . Comki at 2 p.m. same oat. Experienced strong southerly winds and squally weatlier, with heavy eea, throughout the passage.. May 21— BELLINGER, s., Captain Alloy, from Sydney. Passengers— Mm. Martin and 2 children ; Messrs. Morris, Williams, Maokay, and 4 in the steerage. Cargo— 100 tons general merchandise and sundries. Left at 11.30 p. m. on the 17th, arrived off the Richmond River Bar at -daylight on the 19th, and came: to anohor at Byron Bay. at 8 a.m., on account of too much-sea .on' toe bar, crossed in at 7.10 a.m. on'1 th'ei '21st, and arrived at Coraki at 8 p.m. sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

. Business Announcements* A ( ^ TATE BROS.' AGENCY and TRADING- COM-'. , ?' PAN.Yv-MMiTJSp.i,!'':,;' CAPITAL— £100, 00Q, in 100,000 Sliaw*' j ' I ? each- .,, . (Rogistorcd under tho Company's Act.)' Head Office— 158. Sussex-sheet. Sydney- : BOARD OF -DIRECTORS : ' James Steehs, Esq., Chairman : ' , - RoiiebT CAMrBRLi,,'Esq.', P.P., ProBidont Man ning Rivor North Const Farraor's ; Association R. B. »k. B. IjOpes, Esq., J.P. ? : | ; (3* . CONSIGNMENTS of all kinds of Co lonial Produoo and Iiivo Stock' received/ and' Returns rerit with promptitude. Tho.greatest caro given to small as woll as large consign ments. , Tho Company's DEPOSrT and SAVINGS'' BANK. FIXED DEPOSITS for &, 6, and' 12 months will be reoaived, and the highest rato of interest allowod. , . Interest at tho rato of' 5 per cent per annum (oomputod on weokly, balanoes) and withdraw able by the dopoaitor at anytime. Applications for 8hares wUl be '. Eeoeived. 1:1 PROSPEOTDTS ON APPLICATION. , ' W. H. WESTSAHTH, ' ?...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

miHceliaiieoiMt An , inquest was held . at Melbourne recently, on the body of a young wonifin J 'fef colour, named Christina Floyd, step daughter of : Hondersob'1 Afrioaaus.' Tlio deceased had vbeon v attending; the Salvation Army meetings while under the influence of religious mania, and she poisoned' herself. i . . mi.. T» ? _? ? ? 1 *i,« JLIlt) ? A.\UaalUU puUQUUb, «uu uiuyo uro sledgb of Napoleon I. from Moscow to the German frontier, is just^doad, at tho age of 98.' He had treasured to tbe aay of his death somo gold pieces1 of 40 francs each given him by the Imperial fugitive he thus saved froni the destruc tion ' to which' ' ho had ' abandoned his unfortunate army. On 'a' recent voyage home of the ship Duchess of Argyle, when off Capo Howe, a : large albatross / was caught. Upon examination it was discovered that , a brass pocket-compass case was fastened on the ^bird's -neck by means of three strands of copper wire. ' After some trouble the captain aucceeded in forcing open t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Richmond River District. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

i v ? , ' - ,. : . ; — ? TThe ' SS.'ichnibh'fl ' River Mlstrict. Tim construction of roads in the Richmond River district is ono of those things tho ne cessity ii-.i' Vibich ia isdmiited by pvevyone, but iho c:ir.-ying out of which no Government or ;Govornn(?nt: depai'tniflut... .attends to. Thore are ii good mn'n'y ciroum'stiinces contributing' tb . produco. tii is , c-Jnuil ion o£ things. When ever tKo' Glarei'-.o and- Richmond -Rivera dis tricts avo ' 011 exliibition,' in a political sense, Air. Jonn avo, ivi. L' , ucis as principal entre preneur, ami the result is that tho Clarenco I River and t ho^ c;ty of Grnfton aro put into a I .promiQsnco; 'With ,? quita ohliteratos the olaims of the Richmond. Thus it ia that member* of the Stuart and Jennings Miuistries, and the .Gqv-crnou' hiiiif ijlf, ; h'aVo been taken on now JuMorieat - fieo. ' picriica to tho Clarence and Richmond Rivera, whioh, however, always iterniipated ouo wny.r So^much time was spent in politirial diwipntioii oh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Publican's Card. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

A Publican's Card. The Church qf England Temperance j Chronicle says : — A card has readied us fttefciring onjbn'6 Bld&tho iiisc'ription-i- ' : ' IIA-KRY IIILL^ Market Hall Vaults, ' ' * - ? ? Shambles, Worcester. On tho roverse of tho card tho follow ing blasphemous parody is priuted-7 j : \ J [ ;;II4RRY HlfiL'S,; ^ Instructions to ins uiscipus. | 1. Blessod aro tho poor in spirit, for in my 1 house ; thoy shall bo ;gladdoned ' wit If tiie best 'of Spirits. \ 2. Blessed are thoy that mourn, for 1 they shall bo comforted in my houso. 3. Blessed aro tho meek, for my beer j and liquor shall embolden thom. 4. Blessed are tho weak and weary, for my drink'^shall strongth^n\th^m, - 5.' Blessod are the mirthful and gay, for theirs is tho kingdom of Harry Hill's, i G., jDpst thou, hunger 1; In ;my hoirae shall thy' belly be' made glad.' ' ' ' ' ' 7. Dost thou thirst 1 Enter into my 'vineyard, i';. 1 8. I am the son of my father, and mine are the juicea which ^hall restore thie. i -'...

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Wrestling Match in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

Wrestling )lji |InlbO(uftie] A wrestling match between Cannon, and Connor, for the Grseco-Roman cham ?piei/^mp o^ tfiis? l^orfd,*! &ltOoli£!& fallB;, took ]-lace at the Exhibition Building, in the presence of 5000 spectators.. ,_The_ match was the most fiercely contested ever witnessed ia-jMelboyrpe^ f Jn,- the? first bout, after .'Ufynij, Q(f^his| msindfiiivrRS. Connor sucneeeded in nnttinf? on tlfen^h^l^c^;, -i^QUo^f his arm protected to some extent by keeping his elbow bent, so that the wrist, should not bB wr'un|'feh1b*8', finally overpowered. The first fall was ?axttiXded'jto Cqnnor/j jln ^rhe . spopnd ,enr- counter Cannon grasped Connor with a' bear-like hug round the neck, ,(j)w-gv to him until Connor was lively to 'be-1 choked outright. He foamed, a(j the nose and mouth, and coirid n6tr get' 1 breadth,' but at last jerked himself tree, and was greatly distressed at the terrible garroting' ^had-andg^gone., T(CamWQW^, htm By tb'e'lilcy; 'ana uAng-his owbody as ...

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Russian Post Office Morals. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

; Ration Pont Office Morals. 'The St. Pptfrsburjr correspondent of the Dau.y Nfwr wr:tps as follows: — 'The Russian authorities ppem at the present moment to snent p'- 1« or preparations for revolt in every qunrter. , The tplecrraph censorship does not allow tele-' grams to hi*, split, which touch , on the n}Ogt* innoceijf pnlili«»l occurrences, and the post polipp have rr^pivpd orders to display the orrentpst carp in watnhinir lettprs sent or ? rp.ieived by peopln who are connected with the Press. Not even the diplomatic , service , is exempt, from surveillance. A ' diplomate recpntly had occasion to examine the way in which the . cabinet Nont of the Impernl - Gnyrnmert conducts these examinations, and has given me the following information on the subject. Letters wMch arc only gammed are oppnpd in fh' back pabinet without the slightest difficulty and .within a few seconds ; a little boilpr is in read ness, and ft jet of steam is directed upon the gummed part .,f the letter. In thi...

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Queensland Separation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

(%neenslsnd S ail on.?. lA second deputation ,-jf -the Qjieongland {Separation 'League waited upon' Sir Henry Holland on- May r 20 , to 'urge , further arguments in favour of tho for mation of a new colony in North Queensland. Sir Henry Holland re- plied that her Majesty's Government consideredtthe'ftnperiflll Parliament. !was- nnifn nnmi intent to nass an Act for the 'division of Queensland, but the matter would lie 'difficult and 'unworkable- Unless . it was desired by tho colonial Parliament, or tho northern portion of the colony ,'was able to make an overwhelming case. A parallel was attempted to be drawn with tho separation of .Queensland from New South Wales ^ but go'ednsideriefi Stj inapplicable. It seemed a moot question whether it was^ot possible, to, settle, the matter by tho extension 'of local govern ment to North Queensland. In any c/i?e m ot p' th ro u gh 1 y - discussed before the Imperial GovornVnent' could deal with the niatter. ; _ He d^d not think a strong enoiign...

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 — 3 June 1887

8pecial Advarlisements. . [An extra charge of 20 ppr cent mado for ad vertisements inserted in this column,] JJ E D I 0 'A ?' \L. P. ». COIVNOR, M.B., M. Oit., Edinburgu University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, ! from 10 to 1 o'clock,. . EVERY TUESDAY. BDIOil N O T I OB. Dr. W. n. TONLINII, M. R. C. S., L. S. A., London, Begs to announoe.that he has taken the ptaetice of Dr. V IOI.ETTK, lately of Wardell, and will visit BROADWATER (M'F»dden'« Hotel), on WEDNESDAYS, at-noon. 'NUN9UAM DORMIO.' THE flirlnnffH}* fjli&cr Hcritltr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER PunLianED at Coraki every Fbiday Moevinq. FRIDAY, JXJNE 3, 1887.

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Meeting of Sawmill Proprietors. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 June 1887

meeting of Mawuiill Proprietors. A lahgelt attended 'meeting of sawmill proprietors was lield on Saturday ttfier-' noon, at tho .Tarragon Hotel (King and Sussex streets), for tho purpose of con sidering (lie steps to be takou in connec tion with the initiation ? of an export timber trade. Mr. ,Hugh,M!ltinnon was in tho clmir,' and amongst those present were' Messrs. ,T osbnli -Laurie, F. Pick ering, Joseph Booth,- Joseph Franklin;- 1 James Fanning, J. Monaghan, !'John Eyles, \V. Hitchcock, F. Buckle, John Smith, Wni. Jennings, John' Hibbard, W. S. Tar^ett, lI.jVt'Kmnon, James Robinson, Edward Davis, John Ilnntor, Wm. Fagan. ? ? ; — -? Tho Chairman, in opening tlio pro ceedings, saidi that he:folt. thankful for tho honour they: 'had conferred on him in requesting him to preside over such an influential and representative meeting, for he saw before hini- .amimbgr of gentlemen wlio had come to Sydney at considerable expense and inconvenience,' and who were hero with a yiew of' fur-' th...

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