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The Wildsor Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

The Wi «I»or Railway Accldcnt. The moat sensational evidence given on Mondayr'at tlie inquest on. (lie deaths resulting from the Windsor railway scci ie it was tl£A givert by R. R.; Cameron, seedsman at Pnihran, . who was one of the jjussqngers . by ..the ordinary train. Camef'oV was still suffering from the' effeots of the injuries' he rccoived, and rested his head on a pillow while giving ? : j_. ? ,ti ? ;.i iL.i ...i ? .* _ .1? u viuciiuo*!' 11 xi 6 oiviu tunc wuen cue orui nary train' broke down, he urged the guard to go back with a red light and protect the : train. The guard' pooh poohed the. idea, saying ' Oh, sonny, the express' will never run into us, because the semaphores at both tValmui arid Wind Borarfi^g-jiust, it.' IVom the .moment! ?when 'lie first spoke to the guard till the collision occurred there- was tiiuefotliim to go to , Piahan and back. Charles Berne,' assistant-signalman, who was re examined, said he learnt signalling three years ago, and was ' examined by ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. fFBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.! I Sydney, Wednesday. In the Assembly Mr. Burns, in reply to Mr. Ewing for Mr. Crouoh, said the Minister for Works had directed tenders to be invited for the construction of a suitable dredge for the Tweed River. The discussion on M'Millan's motion regarding the appraisement of pastoral holdings occupied the sitting till 1 o'clock, when the House adjourned. Mr. Garrett spoke for three hours, and Sir H. Parkes stated that it was the intention of. the Government to bring in a bill next session to amend the Licensing Act. Mr. Morrissett, of Deniliquin, and Mr. Thomas Rusden, Merriwa, two police magistrates, d jed yesterday. It is not the intention of the Govern ment to release ,any prisoners to mark the Jubilee year. The Cabinet propose the consideration of. the question to, allow miners an eleotoral vote solely ou their miners' right. Gorman, bricks are being sold in Sydney at 15b per 1000. The Rev. James Voller, Baptist Minister, ; aged 74, h...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. (From the Manager Clarence River and North Coast Farmers Association, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

I LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thubsdat, 6 p.m. (From the Manager Clarence River and North Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) Maize, 38 4d in good demand ; eggs two shillings per dozen. (From Tate. Brothers' Auenoy and Trading ! Company, Limited.) i MAIZE is firm at 3s 4d ; Oats, 2s 3d ; Pigs s firmer, and values of both bacoo sorts and | porkers higher ; Calves, 30h to 68s; Bran, lid; Hiyea Flour, lis (id; Pot u toes, 3s 6d; Onions, 4s ; Chaff, da 6d ; Ilay, os 9d ; Bacon, 6id ; Butter, Is; Cheese. 5d ; Eggs, 2s; i Fowls, 3s 6d and firmer ; Ducks, 4s 6d ; Geese, ' 7s 6d ; Hides, 3Jd to 4d ; Tallow, firmer, 17s to 18s ; Miloh Cows in demand at £10 to £15. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

- General Notices pARM TO LET. TO LET, a FARM of 40, 50, or f-0 ACRES. 45 ucreB broken up ; 25 bnpn undpr nrop. Wh. BAILLIE Codrington. rjpo STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. TO LET, at Bungawnlbyu. Premises in a gnn I poHition for n STORE or BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT, or both combined. No store within five miles. Public School olose at hand. Receiving Office on the premises. Apply to JOSEPH PURSEY, Bungawalbyn. rjp O PAINTERS. TENDERS aro invited up to the loth intant for PAINTING THREE COT TAGES — one coat. For particulars apply to E. FOGWELL, Fogwell's Terrace. WANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE (with out encumbrance) to aot as Matron and Waiiusman of the Casino Hospital, at a salary at the rate ot £75 per annum. Applications (enclosing references) to be addressed to the undersigned on or before SATURDAY, 18th JUNE, 1887. ROBERT PAGE, Secretary. Casino, Richmond River. LOST, from Coraki. liirht brown HORSE, aared, white hind fetlock. Liberal Re ward to finder on leaving came in care of Wm. Yabblbt, ...

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 — 10 June 1887

CABLEGRAMS. London, Tuesday. When Parliament re-ast-emMed the Postmaster-General submitted estimates saving £20,000 in the new Australian mail contract. The Canadian House of Commons has voted a Jubilee address to the Queen. Great enthusiasm was shown, and the National Anthem was sung in the House. The Agents-General for the colonies contribute to illuminate the omces of Sir Saul Samuel to celebrate the J ubilee. ' The Orient steamer. Oroya did the passage from Adelaide to Plymouth in 32 daySi The Emperor of Germany is again indisposed. The British Government propose pro hibiting armed parties from lauding from foreign men of war on British territory, and will restrict the number of men of war entering British fortified harbours. Clasper has shipped two sculling boats to Rockhampton, to the order of Edward Trickett. General ? and the Ameer of Afghan have succeeded in effecting a junction of their troops. The Russian Press deolares the occupa tion of Kerki settled the Afghan frontier...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

Official Coj-ret4i»oii-lence. TnE following letters, addrccscd to Messrs. Ewing and Crouch, have been kindly handed to us for public tiou : — Department of Publio Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, 12th May, 1887. Sirs, — I havo to acknowledge your Jletter of the 7th instant, nnd in reply to inform you that the looal officer wbs instructed some days sinoe that money wus available, and iu addition requested to obtaiu tenders as soou ' ' iispossjoie. — ihave, &o., William T. Uennett, Commissioner nnd Engineer for Roads. [Road specification ommitted. Ed. Herald.] - Department of Publio Inetructiou, Sydney, 2nd June, li8S7. Sirs, — Referring to your ' letter of the 1 8th ultimo, I am directed by the : Minister of Publio Instruction to acquaint you ' that Mr,# ,rs. CoIUub Bros, and Co. have l»eon ; requested to forward to tho Schpol of Arts at Coraki the nndormc .tinned maps, viz : — The World, Europe, Asia, Africa, America, Austral asia, British Isles,...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. "SWAMP DISEASE" IN HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

... , .. ? Correspondence. to Tan editor or tub Richmond rivrr herald. 'SWAMP DISEASE' IN HORSES. Dear Sir, — I would liko through your columns to invito dismission on this nt: present im portant subjoct. Iu aud about Cornkl, in tho neighbouring districts and elsewhere, swamp disease la profutcnt. and wo neither' know what it. is or liow to treat it successfully. If snmo of your mnnv readers will state th ir exporicnoes of tno disease, or fmmti, iiMidiitA U'it.l, n,„ It n, Iu. nno.thU arrivo at some usoful result. As a basis for criticism let mo record what my limited ex perience of tho malady has suggested. In tho first pl ioc wo must dutormino what tho naturo of the disease is. What course it runs if untreated. What tho cause is Having treated only one case, ono ennnot dogmatise, yet a few idoas .nay bo thrown out as probabilities. It appears to me likely that ' the diseaso is teohnioally phlegmonous ery sipelas ; popularly speaking n sovcre iuflam mation of tlio skin and udjaceut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

Basinesrii^6nnbement8- TATE BEOS/ AGENCY and TRADING COM PANY, LIMITED. CAPITAL— £100,000, in' lo0,000 Shares of £1 'each. (Registered undor tho Company's Aot.) ? Head Office— 158- Smi&ex-8treet-- Syddev BOARD OF DIRECTOKS; ?Tames Stbers, Esq., Clmirman , Robert Camwieli,, Esq., P.p., Prosidpnt Man ning Iliver North Coast Farmer's Association , * R. E. nn.'B. Lopez',' Esq. ' John WTaIk, 1^;, } Managing Directors. GUT CONSIGNMENTS of all kinds of Co lonial Produce and Livo Stock received, and Returns *?nt with promptitudo. Tho greatest earo given to small as well , as largo consign ments. ? ? i ? -The Company's DEPOSIT nnd SAVINGS' BANK. -FIXED DEPOSITS for 3, B, and ;12 months will :be received, and the highest rate of interest allowed. Interest at the rato of, 6 per coiit per annum' (computed on weekly balances) and 'withdraw able by the depositor at any time.' ' Applications for' Shares will be ; - ? i : i Beceived. ; PROSPECTUS CN APPLICATION. ! W. H. WESTGAETH, ' ; Secre...

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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

Eilsmure. TrUOlt OUB OORKBSrONDBNT.l Jnne 7. — Sinoe my last, we havo been visited with a heavy downpour of rain, making the roads in a very bad state) stop ping all country communication to town, and compelling nil outside work to be suspended, aud, as a natural consequenoe, bustueas in general is very stagnant. But I glad to say that it has once more oleared up, with a Btrong westerly blowing; but as the weather has been very changeable !i lately it wouia oe nara 10 say now luug it ] will last. A match for £25 asi e, 200 yards, between Boudio of Blukebrook, and Bir mingham, of Cosmo, was contested last Saturday evening in Cottee's paddock, before a good number of spectators — Boodie giving Birmingham 5 yards. Both I appealed fit, and in good spirit. A good ?' start was effected, and Boodio had his work ! cut out to reduce the difference botwoen them, each man doing his best, and by tho j time the tape was neared, there was very I little difference between them. This event j was de...

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Proposed College for Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

Proposed College for Women. At a large and , influential meeting held at the Eoyal Society's rooms, Sydney, on Friday last, His ExeelUnoy, Lord Garrington occupying the chair, the following resolutions were carried : — Sir Win. Manning moved, — 'That this meeting affirms the desirability of establishing a college for women within the University of Sydney on the basis of the Colleges Endow ment aoi oi ioui. jL/r. Di- xjimriu seconaoa the motion. Ctmon Sharp moved, — ' That the systematio religious instruction required by that Act shall be 'subject to the following provi sions : — 1 . No religious catechism or formulary which is distinctive of any particular denomi nation shall be 'taught, and no attempt shall be made to attach' students to any particular denomination. 2. Any student shill bo ex cused from attendance upon religious instruc tion or religious observance or express declara tion that she has conscientious objection thereto.' Thu Rev. Dr. Kinross seconded the motion. -rl'l...

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Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 June 1887

Gazette Notification!). Tm undermentioned Oyster Leases are ready for Issue, vl*:— P.Qray, D. Gray. A. Hun tor, I M. Russell, F. M'Shano, T. Jones, Siiruli ' Martins, J. E. Jouob, W. Clements, all of Richmond River. Rohoi,*9TIO.- Mr. Georpjo Jones has boon appointed teaohur at the Publio Suhool, Swim ^bndbrk. — Tondors aro invit»d for Water OlOSQt repairs, ma, m- iiig vaicuki l uiniu ouri'Ui, | Tenders to be sent in by tlio 27 iiictunt. Teu j dt-rs are invitod, up to the 28th insVint, fur | uddi'ions to Pont andTelegraph office, Lismore. Fresh tenders. Lioknhino Courts. — Special Lwonslntr Courts will be hold at Bulllna on tho 10th, and Cusiiio on the I3tli inBtnnt. : Land Bourns. — Meetings of the Looal Land Boards will be hold at Murwillumbah on | the 24th and Brunswick on the 28th in | etnnt. ' i) Land Saw. — A Gnvrrnmnnt land sale will bo held at Lismore ou Wedneitduy, August 3rd. wliou the following allotments will be offered: 19 iillotmenta situated in tho town of West j UnlUn...

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Lecture on Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

J.ecture on Temperance. I Mr. Butler, G.L.V.D., and leoturcr on Teiuperance, has boon visiting the various centres of the Claronce and Richmond discoursing. on the ovils of intomporanco, and tho benofit's to bo dorivnd from total abstinence, at the same timo making con verts' to' the causo nttd enlisting many members under tho ' bonnio blue ' baimnr. Oh Monday Mr. Butlor lecturod at Bunga walbyn on ' Modernto Drinking.' , and although it had boon nnnounr.ed that his Bubioct for an address at Cornki was to be 'Tho eason Wliv.' ho antionrod to think that the subject of modorato drinking was more pertinent to the issue and he again dweoursed on this topic to about 100 persons in the Bridge-street School of Arts, Coraki, on Tuesday evening last, the chair being occupied by Bro. D. M'Kinnon, L.D., Star of Hope Lodge. After a hymn. had been sung, i the leoturer , was introduced by the chairman and was enthusiastically received. . After alluding to a division in the Good Templar Lodges whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

Business Announcements* TATE BROS.' AGENCY and TRADING COM PANY, LIMITED. CAPITAL— £100,000, iu luO, 000 Sharon of XI each. (Registered under tho Company's Act.) Head Offioe— 158. Sussex-street. Sydney BOARD OP DIRECTORS : ; James Stemis, Esq., Chairman Roukri Oami'drll, Esq., P.P., President Man ning River North Coast Farmer's Association R. E. de. B. Lopez, Esq., J.P. 1 John w' Tate, Esq.', ) paging Directors. tffiT CONSIGNMENTS of all kinds of Co loniui Produce and Livo Stock received, and Returns vent with promptitude. The greatest oare given to small as well as large consign ments. The Company's DEPOSIT and SAVINGS' HANK. FIXED DEPOSITS for 3, 6, and 12 moiithB will bo reoeived, and the highest rate of interest allowed. Interest at the rate of 5 per oent per annum (oomputed on weekly balances) and withdraw able by the depositor at any time. Applications for Shares will be Received. PROSPECTUS CN APPLICATION. W. H. WESTGAETH, . Secretary. N.B.— A DIVIDEND of 10 per cent. IS GUAR...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

CABLEGRAMS. , , ? , ' ' London, Monday. Six thousand . Masons assembled, at the Albert Hall and adopted an address of congratulation to the Queen on her Jubilee year. The Prince of Wales, Prince Albert Victor, and the Duke of. Connaught were present. 35 representa tives of India and the colonies were admitted to the past rank of grand officers in honour of the Jubilee. New South Wales — Charles Stokes, Deacon ; Francis Wright, Sword-bearer; Arthur Bray, Standard-bearer. Mr. Barnett, of Queensland, the only colonial Masonic representative present, was cordially welcomed by the Prince of Wales. The Mount Morgan appeal case, before the Privy Council, has been' postponed 'till November. The Irish Land Bill passed the House of Lords. The Ghilzai regiments are wavering in their allegiance to the Ameer of Afghani-, stan. At the Jubilee service in Westminster Abbey all the English Princes will be present, and 140 others connected with the Royal Family will be present. London, Wednesday. The...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. [fkomour own correspondent.! Sydney, Tuesday. In the Assembly last night Mr. Crouch moved a resolution re roads through municipalities, when the Government through the Minister for Lands urged Mr. Crouch to withdraw his motion, with n. viow tn the fact that the rnad vote was already partially expended, and the early passing of a Local Government Bill. Mr. Carruthei'8 moved an amendment making it optional with municipalities accepting tho mileage vote. The mover thereupon accepted the amendment, and the motion was supported by Messrs. Matheson, Stevenson, See, Dowel, Haw ken, Vaughn, Creer,. and others. Mr. Crouch, declined to withdraw his motion, which was eventually carried without division, it being clear that a majority of the members w.ere in favor of the same., itfr; Dibba moves that the action taken by the Colonial Secretary in closing the theatres and other places of entertainr ment on Sundays is an infringement of she rights of the people. The motion is oy many ...

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(From Tate Brothers Agency and Trading Company, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

(From Tate Brothers' Agenoy aud Trading Company, Limited.) MAIZE, 3s 4d to 3s 6d aud firm ; Oats, 2s 3d ; Chaff, 5b 6d ; Oaten Hay, 6s ; Potatoes, 3h !)d ; Onions, 5s; Cheese, 5d; Bacou, 6$d; Eggs, Is 9d ; Fowls, 3s 6d and firm ; Ducks, 4s Gd ; Geese, |7s (id; Lard, 5d ; Bran, 111; Hayes' Flour, lis fid; Hides, 'id to 4d ; Tallow, 17s to 18s; Pigs, 4Ad and firm ; Culvos, 80s -o 68s; Mileh Cows, £9 to £15 10b; Fat Cattle in fair demand ; Oatmeal, in 71b bags, 15s lOd pel- owt.

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Destructive Fire and Loss of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

Destructive Fire and Loss of Life. A sSfOsi destructive fire — unfortunately accom panied with 'loss of life—' broke out in the. residence of 'Mr. John M'Mealy at about quarter past 9 o'clock on Wednesday evening, and which consumed house, furniture, and worst ' 'of ' all the youngest member of the family,' a nice little girl aged five years. Four others— three boy a and a girl about 14 years of age- had a most miraculous escape from tne same iate. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. O' Mealy and eight children lived in the house, which was one of eight rooms, most pleasantly situated on the river bank, at the font of Bacon -street. AMerman Rothschild also occupied an apart mentin the building. Mr. O'Mealy left home a little before 7 o'clock to attend a meeting of the Guild, of which he was a member, leaving his-wife, five children, and a young woman whoiwas. spending the evening with the family. The latter was leaving to return into town about 8.30. and as the road is rather unfre quented...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 P.M. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. I SYDNEY, Thursday, fi p.m. (From tho Manager Clarencc Iiivor and Nyrth Coast Farmors' Association, Limitod.) Maizo, 3b 4d por bushel ; Eggs, 2s per dozen ; Fowls, 38 Gd por pair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

Speoial Advertisements. [An extra ohnrge of 20 per onnt made for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] Tyj E D I O A L. P. «. CONNOR, M. B„ M. Cir., Edinburgh University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and nt MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'olook, EVERY TUESDAY. EDIOAL NOTICE. nr. XV. II. TWItlLllVM, M. R. C. S., L. S. A., London, Begs to nnnounce that, he has taken the practice 1 of 'Dr. Vioi.ette, latelv of Wnrdell, and will visit BROADWATER (M'Fadden's Hotel), on WEDNESDAYS, at noon. 'NUNQUASI DORMIO.' THE gUcIjwcritir gU&cr ftalfr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki evert Fridat Mornino. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887.

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The Windsor Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 June 1887

The WlndMor Hallway Accident. Tim following was tho finding of. tho jury in ' this case : — Thoy found, in the first plaoe, that Mr. E. S. ParkoH, Mr. Bunting, and Mrs. Fostor wero 'killed on tho Brighton railway lino on tho 11th May., by a colliMon of traius ; that Driver Maskelf and fireman M'Nab lost their lives by tho 'Aaino moans while in tho execution of duties^ Thoy found also that drivor.Koats was guilty ! of. gross negleot in not bringing his train within cover Of the homo signal ; that guard Ltiing was guilt.y of gross negloot iu not going back to protect his train ; and that great blamo was attachod to stationinaster Godge iu permitting probationer Blaokburno to ocoupy suoh a responsible position without proper supervision. .Tlie juryoxprogsedgieatsurpriso that the Prahrnu station should have been, in such a condition of disorganisation without tho knowledge of tho traflBo: department, nor could they but feel that tho evidenee givon in tbe inquiry abundantly, established ...

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