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Broadwater. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Broadwater. June 22. — We are at last getting a little life in this plaoe. Men are flocking here from all ! directions, and if they oontinue to flow in at the present rate till the advertised date for engagement by the Company — July 8th — I don't think the Company will be short haudod. The weather during the last two days has a rainy appearance, but it is to bo hoped it will oontinue fine, and euable field operations to be gone on with. The sugar prospects this season are enormous, aud if the cane turns out to expeotation, at the conolusion of the season the diBtriot should bo iu a more flourishing con-, dition than it hus been for the past three years, j ' a four hniMlnra in ' nn.inu. erection now, and I hear we are to have some -new linos of business v introduced. It is my opinion that business is rather overdone here now, exoept in the busy part of the year — the oruahing timo. -1 have read somo correspondence on drainage in your paper, whioh regarding somo suggestions contained...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

DEATH. EDWIN SCOLES, fifth son of the lato .Tahbs ScoLKs, Esq. ,v of London, at the residenco of his brother Bernard, on Buugawalbyn Cri ek, Richmond River, of inflammation of the lungs ;*age -12. June 17th, 1887. 'NUNQUAM DORMIO.' THE glicjmjoritb |li(rcr pcnrlir, AKD NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PUBLISnED AT COEAKI EVERT FRIDAY MOIWINO. : FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1887.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Amphibious Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

An Amphibious Voyage. int o. km I say amphibious bcoauso, although our orowd wns on iho deck of a stoamor, tho Irvington, i!tf Honrs for Casino, to witness tlio laying of tho foundation stono of tho Convmit, wo just ns often touched bottom or kt.oc.lted big skolps off hiiMtm snugs an wo kept nflont ; and tho probability is if tho Government and the snag ging party don't tako mntters a littlo oasior it will bo fully twolvo mouths boforn that walor way is closncl nltogetlier, nnd a dry gully ro tircpent what was onnn tho South Arm of tho Richmond llivor and tho only preBont road to Casino. Tho inlrioiioics of tho channel oetween t.lio landslips and the fallen timber aro so mul don and aouto that, a vessel requires to be built with joints somothing likn a snako to be ablo to wrigglo through thom, and there should be a wiio nottiug oxtendinflf at all ovontB highor than a six-year-old child nil round hor sides, the absence of which and tho presonco of nn intrusivo snag very noarly result...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIMBER PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

TI9IHKK PHOTECTlO t. The deputation from 300 saw-mill pro prietors which waited upon Mr. Abigail the other week, asking for £1000 to send an embassy to England to open up a trade for our hardwood timber, are to be complimented a' good deal on their assurance, but perhaps not quite so much as to their independence, or knowledge of the actual wear aud tear of our best hardwood timber tracts. The prayer of. their petition is of couvse untenable by any minister, if only on account of the inability of that, gentleman or his successors to draw the line where the giving of such premiums for particular trades is to be drawn. Given that this subsidy be granted to the saw-mill proprietors, what will be said to the next halting ? trade that fancies it ' requires ulterior assistance ? Would they not have equally as good claims as their predecessors, for really upon closer inspection the application begins to assume . the complexion of impudence, more especially when we look upon our forests as ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Gaze-te Notifications. Land bales.— Government Land Sales will be held at Casino on the 20th and 27th July ; and at Lismore on the 13th July and 3rd August. Otssek Lease.— The undermentioned oyster lease is ready for issue:— M. D. Harmston, 100 yards, Richmond River. Goveiinxent Wharfs. — Tenders are called for the. construction of two wharfs, — ono at Woodlark-fitreet, and one at North Lismore. ' Ovstbb Leases. — The undermentioned oyster lenses are ready for issue, on the usual con ditions ':— G. W . West 300 yards, and Olof Johnson 700 yards, Riohmond River. Govebnhbnt Land Sales.— A Government Land Sale will be held at Casino on Monday, August 22nd, when the following lots will be offered:— 2 aores 1 rood 19 perohes, at £14 10s per lot, and 4 acres 0 roodB 10 perohes, at £24 10s per lot, and 1 aore 1 rood 33 perohes, at £!- per lot, all parish of Codrington, and in the town of Codrington, on the left bank of the Riohmond River. On the 24th of August, at Casino, 72 and 27 aores, ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Business AMouncements. TATE BEOS.' AGENCY and TRADING COM PANY, LIMITED. CAPITAL— £100,000, in 100,000 Shares of ill each. (Registered undor tho Company's Aot.) Head Office— 158- Sussex-street. Sydney BO ABD OF DIRECTORS: Jakes Stkf.im, Esq., Chairman ' Robert Cahpbbll, Esq., P.P., President Man ning River North Coast Farmer's Association R. E. »e. B. Lores, Esq., J.P. John W. T^E.Enq.', ) Managing Directors. CONSIGNMENTS of all kinds of Co lohial Produce and Livo Stock rocoived, and ?Roturns sent with promptitude. Tlio greatest caro given to small as well as largo consign ments. Tho Company's DEPOSIT and SAVINGS' BANK. FIXED DEPOSITS for 3, 6, and 12 months will bo received, and the highest rate of interest allowed. Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum (computed on weekly balances) and withdraw able by the depositor at any time. Applications for Shares will be Beoeived PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. W. H. WESTGARTH, Secbbtart. N.B. — A DIVIDEND of 10 per. oont. IS GUARANTEED an...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Bogus Pedigrees. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Dogus Pedigrees. Where, tho breeding of cattle means so much as it docs iii a young dairying district liko tho Riohmond, the following remarks in tho Sydney Mail will be read with interest : — Tho charged made by the Canterbury Times against stock dealers and breeders of New Zealand in con nection with the pedigrees of stook exported to' Australia aro regarded by the Otago Witness as untenable. Tho Witness quotes from onr comments in the matter and explains that it is not generally known that the _ Canterbury Triroo mlian. nallo^ nnnn frt atlhaf.Anfiflf a f a i charges, 'showed the white feather, or in other words failed to make out a good oase. The Witness says Of «ourse it would not have been a difficult matter to sheet home the offence to the 'guilty party, and ' if our contemporary's charges baa beon founded on foot, there can be no donbt'that he would ere this have screwed up courage to expose the offender instead of being satisfied to screen himself behind gene ralities, indif...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals. June 17 — BELLINGER, 8., Captain Alloy, from Sydney. Passengers — Mcsdnmes Wilson and oliild, M'Knight ; Messrs. Bilker, Wilson, ITesth, Yeomnns, nnil 10 in the steerage. Carirn — 100 tins srninir.il merchandise ami sundries. L'ft Svdne ? at 10.20 n.m. on tho loth, eVo^secl tho Richmond har nt daylight on tho 17»li,' litid arrived nt Coraki at 8 p.m. HP71P dny. Experienced strong southerly winds with son to North Solitary, thence to arrival .Tune 20 — TOMKT, s,, Captain H. Jackson, from Svdnev Passengers — Mesdames Frnwick. Walinsley, Carlton. Gnrvin. Hilleard. Nicholas ; Misses' Brown, Fenwick, Bryson, Wittle; Messrs. Dudtreon, Wnlmsley, Grime, Cnpt. Feinvv-k. T.amb. Barnrs, Street, Millar. Carlton, KronsWdl, Milliard, Thompson, O'Koefe, Lonoh, Harold. Byron, M'Cnrdy, Morrish, and 3G in the steerairp. Cargo — 200 tons general merchandise. L'ft at 3 p.m. on tho 18th, crossed the Richmond River hnr nt 8 n.m on the 20th, and arrived at Coraki at 3 p.m....

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 — 24 June 1887

,' ;j Shipping Notices. gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Until FuHinun Notiob -,Tho Favourito Now Twin-scrow Steamer TOIKKI, nndor Hie, ohargo oi Captain Jackson, will 1)0 despatohoa from Lismoro about ovory Soven Days. - .FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Current Eaten, .45T Passapro Tiokots avnilablo by any of itio Company's Steamers from any lliver, '-l '''' AGENTS. ? Olarenoo River : EDWARD OREEE, Grafton. Richmond Rivor : JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J.STOREY, Coraki. . R. COOKE, \'il i Soorotary. C.' arid'R.R. S. N. Co., ' Sydnoy, Juno lBt, 1886. gOUTH ARM PASSENGER TRADE. Tho C.' & R.R.S.N. Co. having purchased tho fast and favourite ». s. irviwotout, have had hor pointed and thoroughly prepared fob tho above trado. For the better accommodation and con veni ence of the travelling public on tho South Arm tho 'Irvington' will run. aftor 1st May, as follows Leave Coraki daily at 8 a.m. sharp (Thursday and Sunday oxcoptcd), for Irvington, Roturning samo days at 3 p.m. s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Coraki Pout-Office. The following !r the amended time table of the Arrival and Departure op Mails. ? Mails orrive from Sydney, South 'Woodhnrn, Wondhnrn, and Swan Bay every Monday nnd Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; nnd close for ' the same' places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p m. 'Arrive from Casino and Codrington ? every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 ?n.m. : leave -'Casino nt 1 p.m. on Wednesdays ?and. Saturdays for . Coraki, by steamer, and close ior Casino and Codrington overy Mon day and Thursday, at 8 p.m.; and for Casino hy. river steamer avery Wednesday and Sat urday at 7 a m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallnh, and Gundur imba every Tuesday and Friday, at 5.30. p.m.; and close for same places every Monday and Thursday, at '3.30 p.m. Arrive and'- depart by river boats for Lismore, Ballina, Warilell. and Broadwater.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

.- Religious memoranda. ?' : ; Church op England. 26— Coraki, Litanv, Sermon, and Holy Com munion, 10.30; Woodburn, 3. — Rev. F. E. Baviland. , ' ' ' ' - Baptist Onuncir. 26— Oakland. 11 and 7 ; Bungawnlbyn, 3 — Thos. Llewoliyn. P1B8HYTETUA.N Church of Eastrrjj Australia. 26— Casino, 11 ? and 7 ; Deup Creek, 3. — Rev. X Marshall. July 3 — Bexhill, 11 ; Tomki. 3; Casino, 7. Wf.-t.eyav CnuRCit. 'Lismore— June 26 — Mr S. T. Northcott, 11 : Rev F. C. Boyer, 7. HO. July 3— Mr S. T. Northcot.t, 11 ; Rev F. C. Boyer 7-30. Ciisino— .Time 26 — Rev. H. P. Grainger, 7 Ballina — June 26 — Rev. F. Dixon, 11. 'Wvrttllnh — June 26 — Rev. H. P. Grainger, H. July 3— Mr S. T. Northcott. 7. Alstonville — June 26 — Rev. F. C. Boyer, 11. ^jlly '3— Rev F. C. Boyer, 2.30. Meerschaum — .Tune 26 — Rev. F. C. Boyer, 11. July 3-S, 11. Broad water — Jnne 26 — Rev. F. Dixon, 7.16. Cowlong: — June 26- S, 11. July 3 — RevF. C. Boyer,. Ill Irvington — June 26 — Rev. H. P. Grainger. 3.30. Bungawalbin — July 3 — Exh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Disposing of Dead Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Disposing of Dead Horses. The common way to dispose . of dead horses on the farm is to haul them to the woods, or some ; out-of-the-way place, as far from the dwelling as possible. But they may' be' turned to far better or more profitable use by. transforming them into manure. Select a suitable plot of ground of a few square rods, plough deeply, place the horse in the centre, scatter lime over it, and cover with the loose soil, about two feet deen. Whenever anv smell arises, more soil should be added. Where muck is easily obtainable this may be used to1 excellent advantage' for composting dead animals. .Next winter turn the heap over, break the bones with a sledge hammer, and compost again with fresh horse manure. When dissolved, mix all together, and you have a com post worth many times the labour you spent in its preparation.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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O'Connor's Jubllie Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

O'Connor's tin till. c Wportn. Tnr.PF. sports, held in lioimi 'f (ho .Tiibiloo on tho ooomIoii of Ilor MujcHlv romplotinp; Iho 60th your of hor rol^n, took plsce at North Cornlti, on Tuesday lust., in front 'of Mr. .Tamos O'Connor's Hopal Hotol ; tho plnoo therefore being most nppropi into to tho ooo ihIoii. Owing to tlib day hi'lug tho first, of tho Lismoro Show tho nttondnnoo wiih not ns lurnre iih might other wise have boon expeoti'd, utill thero wns n irnntllv nssembly nnd tho oriirinntor of tho sports, who oortainly ranks first in Coraki ns tho promoter of such gathoringR, cannot, wo think, havo failod to roup a duo roward for his plunk and nntorpriso. Thoro was also a fairly pood sprinkling of tho fair hoi, who, from nn ndjacont bnloony, had an uninterrupted viow of tho races from stnrt to finish. Tho running trnok is naturally ft vory good ono and hnd boen put in f'lir ordor by Mr. O'Counor, nnd no troublo. was oxpcrioiicod during the day, tho only contretoinp occurring being...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Arrested fur a Crime Committed Twenty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Arrested for a ('rime Committed Twenty Years Ago. A man named' Josiah Cramp, who was brought up at the Tuena Police Court 20 years ago on a charge of sheepsteal ing, and who was then committed for trial and admitted- to bail in the sum of £400 to appear at Tuena on April 15, 1867, but who in tho , meantime . ab: sconded, and had not since been heard of until arrested at Crookwell a short time ago, was brought up at tho Crook well Police Court on Wednesday last. When questioned by the police as to his identity, Cramp immediately replied, ' I am the man.' He further said, 'I would not have come back if I did not want to be arrested.' Prisoner also told the police he had come from Brisbane. It is said that most of the witnesses.in the case are dead, and that the where abouts of the others are not known.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Union L.O.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Coraki VJnlon li.O.Ii. Pursuant to advertisement in tho Riohmond . ' River Herald of the 10th instant, the brethren of the. Coraki Union L.O.L., No 191 held a most suooessful R.A.P. meeting in the School ? ? of Arts, Bridge-street on Friday night, - the 17th InBtant. There were 41 brethren present, - nine of whom were raisod to the R.A.P. r degree. The lecturers being iu good form the , . - whole proceedings went on without a hitch,.', until 2 n.m. on Saturday morning, when the meeting terminated by overy person .present ... joining in sirging the National Anthem. About 11 p.m. the brethren partook of some substantial refreshments provided by Mr. and, Mrs. Mobbs, who, from the plenitude of the supply must have thought the brethren great - eaters, for after eaoh of them had partaken , heartily of the good things provided, there waa plenty for another supper remaining on the tables,. After the business of tho meeting , there was plenty of fun and. jollity, and the grey, dawn of mornin...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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"A Learned Judge." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

** A Iiearned Judge,' I A distinguished literary man of Oak land stood up in tho police court to ans wer, tlio usual charge of vagrancy. 'I object, your Honor,' he said, with dignity, ' to this persecution of gontle mcn who follow tho profession of letters, and ? -' 'I understand,' interrupted tho judge, ' that you wero found sloeping on a door stop, that you havo ho visible moans of support, and that vou havo been seen under tho influenco of liquor.' ' What of it 1 cried the prisoner. ' Though I am as poor as Richard Savage when lie mado his bed in the ashes of a glass factory ; as drunken as Dick Steele, who was ' full nine-tenths of his time; as ragged as Goldsmith when ho was on his fiddling tour ; . as immoral as Byron ; as dirty as Sam Johnson ; and as — — ' ' There, there !' cried his Honor im patiently, ' I'vo no doubt your associates are a disreputablo lot, and I will deal with you in such a manner as to cause them to give Oakland a wide berth. Sixty days with hard labor. M...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Fearful Sufferings In Search of Cold. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Fearful Sufferings in Search of Gold. The steamer Tannadice, which arrived in Hobson's Bay, last- week;, brought; down a large number of miners who have been trying their luck on the Kimberley gold fields. Amongst the number are a few gentlemen who have visited the fields with the intention of forming companies in Melbourne to work the various reefs suDDOsed to exist there. When1 the present men took their departure there remained only about 300 men on the field, out of the thousands who reached there only to come back disheartened, with more experience, but no gold, and all their money wasted. The sufferings on the field are reported to have been terrible—dozens of strong healthy men I perishing miserably from scurvy and dy sentery, while the tracks from Cambridge Gulf are strewn with the bleaching bones of man and horse ; and at the Gulf, even, there are something near 30 graves. Poblio Vebdiot — That pnrohasors of Boots and Shoes pet the best value for the least money, at A.E. Fr...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Correspondence. : ? - - [The Editor does not hold himself responsible'' ' for opinions expressed by correspondents.]

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Clarence Tattersall's J. C. Races. [By Telegraph.] GRAFTON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Clarence Tutterfiair8«F. €. Races. IS FBy Toloirranh.1 Grafton. Wcdnosdav. These races onmo off on tho Grafton course yesterday, and were largely nttondod. The racing wns abovo tho usual avorago — tho finishes being elose in overy instanco, .aud tho. time good. The following aro the results :?— ' ' Opening Handicap of 2d sovs, } mile:— Albion, 1 ; Auburn, 2 ; Sweetheart, 3. Won by a neck. Time 1 miu 17 2-5th sees. : ' \ 5th Siros' Produce Stakes Lady Carring« ton, 1 ; Athlote, 2. Won by a short head; Time, 1 min 4 l-5th sees. . Disposal Stakes of 15 sovs -Endymion, I; itisk, 1. Time, z inins Ll sees. Clarenco Tattersall's Club Jubilee Handicap , of 60 sovs, 1 J milo.: — Mr. O. R. Jones' 0 h Freedom, by Warliko, 8-5, 1 ; Mr. C. Wvatt'a b h Lovi, by Drummer, 8-3,2; Mr. W. 'Arm- ! strong's b g Ajnx, by Warliko, 8-13, 3. Time, ; 2 mins 12 l-5th sees. Won by a short' head. Ajax half-a-longth behind Lovi. This was a grand race. Selling Race of 10 sovs : — Slowboy, 1 ; Nutgrass, 2. Railway...

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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 June 1887

Fairfield. The Fairfield correspondent of the Tenterfield Record, under date 15th instant, writes: — A, little excitement haB been canned during the: past week hy a very rich find made by W. ' Kelly and Hooten. It is not far distant from some old works at Lunatic, and consists of a ' leader or small reef, only it is said that instead of being stone with gold in it, it is gold with stone in it. It has been reported that they were offered £200 for' a buoketful of this lovely mixture, and refused it. Of course, claims have been taken up near them, bnt judging' from the general run of the Lunatio ground,- - they might prospeot around for a long time WltUUUb BbllKIU{( SUUU QIlUMlUr pttWU. JJUli there is one consolation out there — if they, find -j gold at all, they generally find it rich. I In and around town (it's a town now) things are going onsteadily. The Strauss Company's works are looking particularly ship-shape ; most of the foundations are complete for the machinery, and bIbo dam...

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