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Diet Fallacies. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
...Diet Fallacies. , Some fallacies in regard to diet :—(l ) That there is any 'nutriment in beef-tba made from extracts There is none whatever. (2) That galatine is nutritious/ ; It . will 'riot kepp a bat alivo. Beef- tea and gelatine, however, possess a certain reparative power, wo know toot: what. (3) That an egg is equal to a pound of meat, and that evory sick person can eatreggs. Many, especially those of norvoua or bilious temperament, cannot eat them, and to such eggs are injurious. (4) That because milk is uii iiupui utub ui uuiu ui j.yuu must uo lurueu on a patient. Food that a person cannot on duro will not-eure. ? (6) - That arrowroot is nutritious. It is simply staroh and water, useful- as a restorative quiokly prepared. (6) That cheese.ia injurious in ail cases. It is as a rulo a wiisto-rppiiirer, and often craved. (7) That tho cravings of a pationt are whims, and' should.be deniod. Tho stomach often needs, craves for, and digests articles not laid down in anydietary. ...
Pressing Down the Soll After Planting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Pressing Down the §oll After Planting, ! . Tiisi PnAoTTOAii Faiimbb, an Amorioan poper, anys : — Tho importnuoe of pressing down tlio foil that oovorH.sootl, ospcoiully .smiiill well ! understood by auocosaful bultivntbrs, biit tlioro 'aro many cn rolcss cultivators who, if th'oy, rcnliso tho importance': too often put tho ^(t'intO.' the . ground and Ipnve tho , soil immediately abovo tho soed nltogntlior too light, samuch that ainnll,acod will fail to oonio up until 'after a good shower. ! Whilo it is iniporlatit to havo tho soil directly over tho soed pressed firmly, it i-- also important to havo tho soil firm .botweon the rows. In sowinpf small garden seeds, whatever is usod to firm tho soil with should press only a fow inches in width over the seed aud should not he heavy enough to press the soil more thqn ono or two inches deeper than tho seed is planted; for to press tho ground four or five inches in depth is to destroy the'advaiitiigo gninod by plough ing and cultivating tlio...
Another Record Beaten. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Another Record Ileatcn. Hitherto large breaks on a championship table, have been few, but Peall, who has beaten all records at the ordinary game by scoring 2000 in a break, has now sur passed previous - efforts made on a ? cham pionship table, which is made difficult by the spot being placed nearer the cushion and ; the Dockets . being, much smaller. Peall was receiving a start from Roberts of 2000 out of 10,000, and when the score_ stood Peall 6,634 and Roberts 6,027, the former electrified the audience by. compiling a break of 345, including 128 red winners. At its conclusion Peall received such an ovation as has been seldom witnessed in a billiard-room. Peall eventually won by 431 points, and :during,the latter portion of the game he scoied a break of 300 points. Giant Piqs. — The Newcastle , Herald . says that a pig weighing close upon lOOOlbs was on view at the market there on Friday. The biggest porcine animal whose weight has been recorded was one in the esta lishment of an o...
What are You Running Him in For. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
.What are You. Running Ulna In For. A very good tale comes to us from one of tho northern districts, where an In spector of Police is said to be over-exact with regard to the men .under him. :He. is reported to be so very particular about everthing, that he even looks into the men's mouths to see if 'they' keep their teeth clean, or require a dose of salts. But whilst he is so particular about the doings and appearance of the ' rank and file,' he is quite regardless, of his own appearance, and would never be taken for an inspector. Well, not many days ago this gentlemen happened to be riding along with a policeman, when the latter met- a 'friend,; 'who wished him 'good morh'ing,' an-l pointing to to the dingy looking individual on the old horse asked, ' What are you running the old cove in for 1 ' — M. R. Tinip's. v '? : \
Wendell Phillips aud the Preacher. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Wendell Phillips acid the Preacher. Bobert. I^uris, one of the founders and many' years ' the President of the Anti Slavery Society, 'in' a reminiscent mood yesterday said : ' During slavery days W-endell-Phillips lectured one evening of a day on which a number .of' Metho dist ministers held a conference. The i.u-- m.-fi. (MC.IVUUIO uuc muio Phillips. Ono of the ministers, a big blustering fellow, inquired in aloud voice if Wendell .Phillips was on the train. ' ' Yes, sir ; there he is,' answered the conductor, pointing to the' great Aboli tionist, who sat quietly in the rear of the car. ? ? ' The inquiry naturally excited a deal of interest, and everybody in the car turned around to take a look at the man there was so much | talk about. ' ' You're Wendell Phillips, are you ?' yelled the minister, half turning in his, seat. ? ' ' Yes, air ; :that is-my name,' replied Phillips, with characteristic blandness of voice. ; ;? 1 * ? ? ' ' - ? ? - ' ' Well, sir, I was just about writing yo...
C. R. J. Club Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
1'. Ii. j. 4'|ub Animal Races. The following are tho nominations rrceived for the principal pvenis to bo run in July next, at the above meelinir : — Ma'tokn Plate, 1} miles. P. H. Somerset's b m Emily, 3 yea 's, Grand Flaneur — Astarte . W. A: ,B..,Greiive's b h Fust Flaneur, 4 years, Grand Flaneur— Fair Duchess J. Pittendre'gh's bh Express, 3 years, Gamester —Crazy Jnue . . J. Williams' ns br g Merchant, 5 years, Norman— Fraulinc H. Barnes'. blk m Roe, 3 years, John Bull— Ruby II. Barnes' ;ch f Anna, 2 years, Rainsworth — ?.Adele ;? J. Sweeney's cli h Figaro, aged, Koh-i-nor — Frivolity Jn. 'Ellem's g h Caramana, 4 years, Yately — Barb mare W. J. Nuud'w us br f Lena, 2 years, Excelsior — Lyra John.M'Mahon's Pocahontas Singleton i : City Handicap, about 1 J miles. H. Ba'iries' ch h Melanion, 3 y-.ars, Haw thornden— Amlanta R. Hayes' b or br c Playboy, g years, .Grand Flaneur— W oodbine T. H. Smith's -b in Azuline, 3 years, Captivator — Arrowflight O. R. (Jones' ch h Freedom, 6 years...
Mistaken Identity. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Mistaken identity. A certain lady says tlio Houston Age, suspected that her husband was in the habit of kissing the cook, a preitv 'Ger man girl, H)'y: the byo, ami Resolved to detect him iu the act. After watching four-days, she heard him come in ono evening and gently pass through into the kitchen. Now Katie was out that ovening arid the kitchen 1 was dark. Burning with jealousy, the wifetook some matches in her hand, as Katie. often did,rshe en: tered the kitchen by. the back, door, and. was almost immediately seized and em braced and kissed in the .most ardent manner. ' ' With 'lidr heart almost burning with rage and. jealousy,, the injured, wife prepared to administer a terrible rebuke to her unfaithful spouse. Tearing herself from his^embracej' 'she' :struck ? a match and, stood .face to face with Katie's beau, 'one of the factory boys. Her husband says his wife has never treated him so' well since ^he first ^mbnth ,-they/ were married 'as she has for the past week.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
8pecial Advortisements. [An extni oharite of 20 per cent made for ad verti.semout.H inserted in this column.] EDI 0 A L. P. «. rOMXIIR, M. B., M. Oh., Eoinhuroic Univeksity, may bo consulted at Mobba' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, EVERY TUESDAY. j j^j' E I) I 0 A L NOTICE. II r. W. H. TOINLiiVS, M. R. C. S., L. S. A., London, Beirs to announrp that he lias taken tho piaetice of Dr. Vioi.kttk, lntply of Wardell, and will visit BROADWATER (M'Fadd-n'a Hotel), on WEDNESDAYS, at noon, ' NUNQUAM DOKMIO.' THE gviclmwwfr gentlb, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Cobaki every Friday Mobnino. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887.
Dehorning Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
* ? ? ' ? ? ? '? ' ' Deiiorulng Cattle. I'D appears that the practice of dehorning cattle is becoming common in the United States. A correspondent of the New England Farmer sends.' the' following; ? propositions for discussion 1st, De horning will yearly Save' the' lives of 200 ?human beings in the United i States.'! 2nd. It will save the lives of 200,000 cajtue and Horses, drd. JLt will save nearly all loss of calves by abortion. 4th. It' will save one fourth the hay and '10 per cent of grain feed. 5th. On cattle tliat run loose it will save one- half the , manure. 6th. It will save all loss in shipping cattlfe. '8th. 'It is not cruel, bnti humane. It does not compare in point of severity with either castration o^ branding. No man who clips a dog's ears ors ,the)tails;. of lambs.or pigs ought; ever to censure dehorning, either on the score of cash result or looks.. . Australian. NEWSPAPERg,-7-;The . wri ter of ' English' Gossip' In' the' Sjjdiiey Morning Herald, in a recent letter ...
PAYMENT OF MEMBERS V. RETRENCHMET [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
PAVnGMT OF SIElllBISRl^ V. UGTRLNiHIHET. The question which was argued so keenly in the House the other night, that of payment of Members, does not seem at first to smack much of retrenchment, still there may be elements in it that wonld warrant an appeal to the old adage ' penny wise and pound foolish,' inas iimciiHH unuer certain conauions memners would-not then feel justified in wasting the time of the country, and a limit, as in the Cape Colony, of allowing payment for only so many days, might have even a more beneficial influence on an active legislation for the colony than the almost universally condemned Parliamentary gag — the cloture. As was remarked by one speaker: ' In the great aim and end of doing the busi ness of the country expeditiously and intelligently, we appear at a disadvantage in the comparison with Victoria, Queens land, and New Zealand. Whatever is desired by the people to be embodied in the laws of the country is given effect to more clearly, thoroughly, and...
Priming Fruit Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Pruning Fruit Trees. Just when to prune no one can teach : nor can anyone learn from an essay how how to do the work. We can make sug gestions in a general way, but the good use of them' will depend on how -much' .'the owner loves his tree and has ;been mvuiiiBU wiiu a guujjjae ua. tuu secret history. A young * tree needs some of its branches thinned, so ? as to lay the foundation of a permanent form .—or it may not have enough branches for. this purpose, and some have to cut back to produce more, We, may desire, one strong branch where there are two or three. . week ones,,, so: . we cut them, all away to' the trunk, and the strong one will then sprout. Suckers come ont from near the roots, or sprouts from the main stem. The good orchardist takes these off with finger and thumb in the summer while green, but if forgotten, then he does it now. He learns after a while that sprouts on the trunk means something wrong with the circulation. The food-giving sap does not easily reach the en...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
?Brief Mention. Bismarck is seriously ill. Encourairing news from Kimberly. Contract prico lor Coraki Court-house £2197. Richmond River sugar took a prize at tho lato Kensington Intercolonial Exhibition. £5 a night is being paid to a lady for tho art of whistling in New York drawing rooms. A great deal of country round Wollongong is covcrod with water, owing to the recent rains. Machines capable of turning out !)000 bricks a dav arc in use on the Illawarra railway lino. .: n: .. ? i ? f *i. .. n: ? ..j as tho future granary of the United Kingdom. Tentcrfield is suggested as the most central place for holding a separation conference. Guano is being largely used on American sugar plantations as a fertilising aaent. Tho utidrnined swamps about Grafton arc causing tvplioid fever. The cnihery strixes in B lgium are oxtonding rapidly. A load of timber camo to grief twice the other day trying to got along Adams-street. Mob of 81(5 head of cattle from Coraki to Muswellbrobk, passed Tenterfi...
Bacon and Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Bacou and Mutter. PudviDENCE helps those, vfrlio Helps tliqm Belv'es, and lately Providence, in the shape of a beneficent -*public, lias , been most loudly invoked to help those who, appar ently, are not at all disposed to exert themselves. Where is, all the biicon and butter for the protection of which such an outcry has been made that the Minis- j ti-v have been indnced to foresro their cherished „ principles . in their . behalf.^ Here we have a metropolitan show, : supported by the publio at a. heavy cost.. Where ono would oxpcct to see some' evi dence of the .existence of. these subsid ised industries, i But tho only exhibit of bac6n comes all the way from'Ballariit, and the butter from South Australia. The cost of rail and sea freight upon these products from other colonies must be greater than that on' locally-produced articles, and if it pays these exhibitors from a distance to seek,, a marke.t in , Sy dney, it should surely be worth the while of. our farmers to maintain thei...
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Sporting RfenM. C. Donohue, 2 yds, won the Oddfellow's Handicap at Tenterfield. Bundock's Sir John won the Brisbane Han dicap. The English Derby and Oak* this year wore won by tho progeny of Hampton. Look out for time of entry for O'Connors sports on Jubilee day. Mr. Brackenregg has decided on putting Tom Brown to the stud. PerkinB left England for Sydnpy early last month. He is briogiog four now boats with 1 him. | An English bookmaker had quite A jubilee over the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase, having made his book for the winner, Gumecock, - and netted £20,000. I Too Soon, by tho Gordon Brook sire Antcros, is to be' nominated for the Melbourne Cup. He was foaled 3 days too soon for Derby entries, ' henco his name. I Beach says . he feels as well as ever, and the I other day did a row of eight miles. He is now only 91bs above his match weight and scales 12st 131b. He will not get any lighter till ho knows Hanlsn is on hiB way. out here. He is doing nice quiet work at Wollon...
Common Sense about Feeding Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
CJommonNense about Feeding' JUorses. 1 ?! ?'?' ' If ownerq and; drivers of horses were 'all posted on the subject .of foods and how they .should . be fed, horses find o|-her working stock would fare better than they do. - It' ib not' generally known, although constantly presented' through agricultural papers during the lasb-.few; years, . that carbonaceous foods furnish only heat and motion, while they nitrogenous foods furpish muscle :and' power. ' It is not even generally known', what ; carbonaceous and nitrogeneous foods are, and many do not know eVen the ' definitions of ' the terfns, nor.of others that are used as syn onyms. Butifthese facts' were known! common sense would ; teach owners ' of horses that i fast going and hard work1 require frequent fee^in^ of concentrated food— rnot 'so c6ncentrated as to pack- in the stomped,, but. with just enough coarse material to keep the food ' loose, so that the gastric juice may penetrate and dissolve.it. Corn is concentrated food, but ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivai a. June 6 — TOMIvI. s,, Captain H. Jackson, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr.'. M'Ninmrra , Miss HVip'Oiv : Messrs. Rmnk*. Wav, Sheohy, Knight, C6x, Girvah, Walker, Lanirham, and 14 in the'Steerilge. Cargo— 150 tons nonpral merchandise and .2 hordes Tyft lit 9 ®.m. on Mir- ?Yist. anchored 24 hours in Nelson Buy, crossed the s Richmond* River bar at 5 p.m. on the Vtli, and arrived at Comki nt 12 n.m. 'n tlio 6th. Experienced stioug N. E. winds with uunvv h n in 'HL-nimr i lit1 punanirP. J un«- ('? ? QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, 8., Captain A. Wood, from Sydney. Passensrers — Messrs. Graham, King, Nomian, Walters, Partridiro, and 8 in the Bteerage. Left nt 1 p.m. on the 4th, passed Smoky Capo nt. 1 3 ) p.m. on the 6th. crossed the Richmond Bur at. 7 n.m. on thp fith. und srrivo ? nt Cnrnki nt 3 p.m. .same day. Experienced westerly winds and fine weather Ihrnnirliout tho passage. Juno !)-. BELLTXGER, s., Captain Alloy, from Sydney. Tr-ft. Sydnp ? nt 1 p.m. on the 5 th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Shipping Notices. JgTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Uhtil Fuiitiikii Notiob TheFavourito Now Twiu-scrow Steamer TON HI, under tho ohargo of Captajn Jackson, will bo despatched from Lismoro about every Sovcu Days. ; FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Curront, Elites. .... ,- 43^ Passage Tiokots available by any of tho Company's Steamers from any River. 'agents. ; ?-- Clarence River: EDWARD OREER, Grafton. -^Richmond.. River JOHN. M'liENNAN, Lismoro. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J.- STOREY, Ooraki. . Note. — Tbo Company havo nlso dooided to run tho s.o. PLATYPUS regularly, should suf fioiont inducomeut offer. - ? ?- R. COOKE, v Secrotary. C, and R. R. S. N. Co.. '?Sydnoy, Juno'lst, 1886. - g OUTH ARM PASSENGER TRADE. Tho 0. &; R.R.S.N.' Co.,' having purchased the fast arid favourite , ». 8. IRVINOTON, havo had her painted and thoroughly prepared for tho above trado! For tho bettor accommodation and convoni oncc.of the travelling public on tho South Arni tho 'Irvington'. will run. after 1st May, as f...
Coraki Post-office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Coraki PoMt-Ufflce. Thb following is the amended time table of the Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mails arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, nnd Swan Bay every Monday and Thursday.' «t 3.35 p.m.; and close for tliB'same planes every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p m. Arrive from Casino and Ccdrington every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and 3aturdny, at 10. 30 a. i» : lpavr Casino at 1 p.m. on Wednesoavs anfLSntnrdnys for Coraki, bv steam°r,.and olo'sp for Casino and Codrington every Mon day nnd Thursday, at 8 p.m.; and for Casiuo by river steamer svery Wednesday and Sat urday at 7 a m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallah, and Gundur iinba every Tuesday aud Friday, at 5.30 p.m. . and close for same places evory Monday aud Thursday,.at 3.30 p.m.' ? Arrive and depart by river boats for Lismore, Ballina, War ell. and Broadwater.
Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
UeltgiouM Memoranda. Churcti of England. 12 — \Vondlnirn, 11 and 7. 30. Coraki, 3.30. — Re'. F.E.'Havflnnd. Baptist. Church. 12 — Oakland. U und 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 3. 19— Pinilico, 11 ; War.iell, 3; Brradwater, 7. 26 Ouklitnd, 11 nnd 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 3 — Thos. Llpwel v». fi nnd 19— Oakland. 11 and 7— Supply.. Phksbttkhian Church ok Eastern Australia. 12— Coraki. II ;? Casino, 7. 19— Casino, 11 ; North Cudrington, 3; Oakland, 7 —Rev. J. Marshall. We-tbyav Cmninrt. Lismqre— June 12 — Rev H. I'. Grainger, 11 ; Rev! Fredk. Dixon (of Ballini), 7.30. June 19— Rev. F. C. Boypr, 7.80. Casing — Juno 12 and 19— Rev.H. P. Grainger, 7- ? . ' Wyrallah— June 12— Rev. H. P. Grninger, 11. June 19— Mr. Jones. 11 and 7. Alstonville — June 12 — Mr. S. T. Nortbcott, 2.30. .June 19— S. 2.30. Meerschaum— June 12 — Mr S. T. Northcott, 11. June 19— S, 11. Ccwlong — June 12— 8.. 11. Irvington — June 12 -Rev. H. P. Grainger, 3.30. June 19— Mr. F. B. Gully, 3. Birgawalbyn— June 19— Rev. H.'P. Grainger, 11. Bexh...
Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887
Libel Case. A libel case: occupied the attention of the Supreme Court in -Brisbane during the week, that ot G. J. Evenden , .v. .J. E. Brynej claim £3000 damages, for the publication by defendant of an, alleged libellous and defamatory article in Figaro, The plaintiff stated that ; he was a car nenter and builder, who. had fortius last ten years resided at Thornborough ; he had filled several public . offices ; the article he complained of -had appeared in Figaro under the head' 'The Undertaker's Breeches,' and has caused him great annoyance and pain. : The defendant did' not call, any; evidence, But his counsel j stated ; that the article was a ? funny' one, and ^that' a 'certain statement, had been made in'the'JHouse by Mr. Hamilton and published rin . Hansard. ' It had .been quoted in Figaro, and the balance of the offensive paragraph was simply a witty ' bit of : scribble ' which 'could do defen dant no Jiarm. ..His Honor, Mr. Justice Harding, in summing up said, amongst other r...