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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 July 1887

? General Notices. ? BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, . Cabinetmakers & Undertakers. All work in tho aboveiuentioncd lines carried out in auy part of tho district. By superior Workmanship and vcryf reasonable charges we hopo to command a share of patronage. Any description of Furniture made, ropaired, or polished. Estimates, gratis. IggT Plans and specifications gratis, where tenders are accopted. ASHWOOD and EUSTACE, CORAKI. O T I O E . From this date Advertisements, orders for Printing, or Bjokbiuding sent by persons who havo no account ut this office, or aro unknown to us, must bo accompanied by Cash — otherwise thoy cannot be attended to. LOUIS F. BENAUD, Proprietor Hebald Office, Juno 26, 1887. CROWN LjIND Department of Lands, Sydnoy, 3rd June, 1887 AT tho Land Office, CASINO, on the 27th July, the Laud Agent will offer at auction the following portions of land, via : — Portious Nos. 14, 15, 17, 18. 19, 21, 23, to 28, 59, CI, 73, and 58, County R'chmond. Particulars can be obtain...

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 — 1 July 1887

? Gazette. Woilflcttllons, -, :- TEtmr.ns Aocrpted.— John Sparkea, Contract r 10-fi, vond Ballina tc Cape. Byron, £30G. 10s« and- 11-Q, samo rond, ' for same price. Thos. Glynn, Contract 20-a, road Lismore to Wood ?buru;j£267 10s, : INSOLVENCY - A special meeting in the in-   solvent estate of James Grady and George W. Sharpe. of Coraki, will be held at the Insol- vency Court Phillip-street, Sydney, on Friday; the 29th day of July next at 11 o'clock, ? ? ? ? .... ? ? I...... ' ' -i| '? Slight ? rnin, 'Wednesday night: just enough to keep frost off, and not sul&cient to put any - inipudinwnta in tho way of cutting or culture. ? ? ' Tho ' white funnel ' lino of steamers .is ; bogiiuiing to nuike itself conspicuous on ^tho ? river; dragging cano pujits about. ??- ?? -. .? Mr.' G. Baker starts nn torated water and cordial factory (A Broadwater noxt week. . f The Good 'l-'euiplara give 11 giand picnic on the 9th July, nnd u harmony meeting mtho'J V \ evening at tbe B...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Australian Preserved Meats for India. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

Australian Preserved Jleatg for ! . India. A letter received by Mr. P. C. Hawkes, of Bundaberg, from Colonel H. Pi Hawkes, Commisssary-General-in-Chief of the forces in India, say?: — ' We are about to send to Australia for 200,0001b. i weight of preserved meat, and if this | gives satisfaction we Bhall probably get I all our tinned meat, from Australia and New Zealand in future, in preference to the American. Chicago meat.'

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The Bermagui Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

The Dei-nmgiii Mystery. A GREAT to-do was made ft few days ago through a report being published that somo human bones found at Bermagui werb thoso of tho missing Lamont-Young i party, about which the doctors differ as to whether they are the bones of Euro peans 'or aboriginals. ? Whichever they ure, it is not of as much importance we opine' to decide, as it is to endeavour to discover tho secret of tho mysterious disappearance of the party, and the mur derer if a crime has been committed. ? We append ' a few facts published vn tho. Herald, (hitherto not mado public) respecting this seven years old Bermagui mystery, asking our readers to note care fully the very suspicious evidence con cerning Schneider, and to consider whether they think all has been done that could be, with such clear facts be fore the police. In October, 1880, Mr. Young and an assistant from tho Mines Department . (Schneider) left Sydney under Govern mental instructions, for the Bermagui district, on the southern ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Terrible Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

A Terrible Disaster. THE- terrible disaster (announced by cable) at the Paris Opera Comique .bears great, analogy to the terrible fire ' at the Vienna Theatre in December, 1881. Fortunately, the loss of life w.88 not nearly as great as then, when oyer 4UU perished ; but the details and '' circumstances bear a great resemblance, j Impracticable staircases and emergency doors, narrow passages, and the fire brigade arriving too late, contributed to a greater loss of life ; and to add to .'thehorrors, the gas was turned off at . the main, leaving the, panic-stricken o audience to grope their way through - darkness and suffocating fumes. Many ? lost jtheir way, and groups of ladies and young girls in evening dress ? were found huddled up against locked doors, suffocate^. Many, of , the bodies were so charred as to be unrecognisable ; many persons were injured by clamber ing over the balconies and leaping from windows, in their frantic efforts to escape. The company of the theatre suffere...

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Religious Intolerance in Tonga. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

ii.!; Religious Intolerance in Tonga. 4 Late . advices from Fiji state that ^the steamer Southern Cross arrived there from Tonea and that reports by ? :her are to the effect that affairs are very .? unsettled, and are likely to become worse, unless something more practical .5 : works out from the recent intervention. The people are becoming more and - more uneasy, and it is considered that hr-i the King and Premier are paltering ? '.with the promise given to Sir Chas. v ?-. Mitchell, hardly keeping it in the letter, s- and flagrantly violating it in the spirit. The people have waited in vain for any . - announcement from the King that they might return to the old church if they ? pleased, and .that there would be no -i more persecution. A day was ap ? pointed for a fono (meeting) twice by ^official authority, at which it was ex .pected the announcement would be made, but the meeting was not held, and is now postponed indefinitely. On r . the other hand, every means short of direct o...

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Sorghum Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

,i-; Sorghum Fodder. r, ^William Wahfield, a noted farmer - fiidlireeder of Shorthorns, in the Blue . grass region of Kentucky, relates the ? following expcriencc in the Breeders' , -Gazette : — r 1 ? I have been using sorghum for a 'niimW nf vpdvq an/1 in tlmf limit lini'n . tried a number of varieties. I have ?' , finally settled upon the lted Amber as being the best adapted to this section i ; and my use. I plant it as early as ?' possible after the danger from frost is 'v . past, thus giving it abundance of time S-, to be ripe for feeding by the latter ?v. :i part of August, or certainly early in ?'?'?' September. That is the. time we are ' . 'apt tp need it most, for nearly annually 'L' we suffer from drought, and sorghum nVAVAO on OVAAlloni fr%»» mwo'oa b,nM' - As; soon as the seed' begins to turn dark,- and tbe saccharine matter is ?/????' abundant in the stalk, I begin to feed. . The cattle eat it to the last shred, leaving not the least vestige of any .kind. I never chop it...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

ftcMalow Memoranda. Church or Enolahs. July 10 — Woodburn, II ; Coraki, 8:80 ; Wood bnrn, 7.30. 17 — Wooflbtirn (with Holy Communion), 11 ; Broadwater, 3 ; Wardell, 7.30 — Rev F. E. Haviland. Baptist Chub on. 10— Oakland, 11 and 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 8. 17 — Pimlico, 11 , Wardell, 8; Broadwater, 7. 24— Oakland, 1 1 and 7 ; Bungawalbyn, 8. 81— Pimlico. 11 ; Wardell, 3; Broadwater, 7 — . .Tho*. Llewellyn. 17, and 81— Oakland, II and 7— 8upply. ? PaaaBiTBKiAN Cmnua or Eastern Australia. July 10— Casino, 11; North Codrington, 8; Oakland, 7. 17— Casino, 11 and 7; Deep Creek, 3. —Rev. J. Marshall. Wk-mstaw CHtraoa. . Lismore — July 10— Rev H. P. Grainger, 11 ; . Rev 7. C. Boyer, 7.30. Casino— Jnly 10— Rev. H. P. Grainger, 7. Ballina— July 10 — Rev. F. Dixon, 7.15. Wyrallah — July 10 — Rev. F. C. Boyer, 11. Alstonville — July 10 — Mr. S. T. Northcott, 2.30. Meerschaum — Jnly 10— Mr. 8. T. Northcott, 2.80. ' Oowlonp— July 10 — Mr. Gray, 11. Irvington — Jnly 10 — Rev. H. P. Grainger, 3.30. Dunoon...

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(FROM TATE BROTHERS' AGENCY AND TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

(Fbok Tatb Brothers' Aqbnoy and Tkadino Company, Limited.) Best Maize, 3s 2d to Ss 3d ; Oats, very plentiful ; Bran and Pollard, liUd ; Haye's Flour, lis 3d ; Potatoes, 3s 9d; Onions, 4s; Butter, Is; Cheese, fid ; -Bacon, 6 jd ; Honey, 3id ; Boeswax, lOJd ; Eggs, Is 3d ; Fowls, 4s; Ducks, 5b; Geose, 7s 6d ; Hay, 6s; Chaff, 5s 9d; Hides, 3 Jd to 4d; Tallow, 8s lOd ti 20s ; Pigs, in better demand, 4d to fid ; Calves, very scarce ; Miloh Cows; £10 to £16, and firm.

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Coraki Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

Coraki Pout-Office. Ths following Is the amended time table of the I Abbtvai. axd Departure or Mails. Mars arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday ' and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m.; and close for £ the same places every Tuesday, and Friday, at S p.m. .Arrive from Casino and Codrington every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 : a.m. ; leave Casino at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays and. Saturdays for Coraki, by steamer, and close foe Casino and Codrington every Mon . I day and Thursday, at 8 p.m.; and for Casino by river steamer every Wednesday and Sat urday at 7 am. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallah, and Gundnr imba every Tuesday and Friday, at 5.30 p.m. ; and close for same places every Monday and Thursday, at3.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ligmore, Ballina, Wardell, and Broadwater.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

General Notices Jjl O B S A L E. ' Pure-brod SPANISH FOWLS. G. BAILLIE, Codrington. ? : — : ? t JP ABM TO LET. 8 TO LET, o FABM of 40, 50, or 60 ACRES. 8 46 aores broken up ; 25 beon under orop. \ W*. BAILLIE. Codrington. | jyj A I Z E. MAIZE. { . Tlio Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of ( Good Marketable Maize. Samplo required. ] JOHN STOREY, Coraki. „ GOOD SOUND CHAFF, os 6d por bag, 1 On sale by tho undersigned. OHABLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer. ( QOTT AGES TO L E T. 1 Two vory oonveniont COTTAGES, ot East j Coraki, near tho Boyal Hotel. Evory conveni ence. Apply to F. CLIFFORD, Bridge-street. f ? j JjlARM TO LET.1 A FARM of 30 aoros (good corn or oane farm), Bituated at Oakland, Coraki. There is a good barn tboreon. Very low rent. For particulars apply to I Mb. R. FOGWELL, Fogwell's Torrace, Oakland. rp O OANE GROWERS. : Heavy DRAUGHT HORSES for Hire. . The Uudersigned has for hire, by tho day or ton, Heavy D R AUGHT HOUSES. WILLIAM -WALSH. Codrington 30th June. rjpo STOREKEEPERS AND...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

t iltlver Steamers Time-Table. rw- . . ; ? The following time-table Is published for . . general information : — ,J. The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore every morning, returning to Woodburn in . the afternoon - The Irvington leaves Ooraki for Irvington at 8 a.m. daily (Thursday and Sunday exoepted), and leaves Irvington for Coraki at 3 o'olook same days. ? The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m. and Cssino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The Mabel leaves Woodburn for Lismore every Monday and Thursday on arrival of tfaie Tnafl* from Sydney, ana Lismore for Wood burn every Tuesday and Friday at 2.80 p.m. Also loaves Woodburn for Ballina every Wednesday and Saturday at 8.30, returning ' same days. Fen wick's atoamers 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 — 8 July 1887

CABLEGRAMS. London. Tuesday. The drought shows signs of breaking up. The statement that the mobilisation of the French troops had been abandoned has been contradicted. The Sultan has not yet ratified the Anglo-Turkish Convention. 1200 French loyalists attended the levee held by the Compte de Paris at ti.o j,. i,;„ to shout ' vive lo roi,' also a visit of of 80,000 royalists in the Autumn. The Vatican has ordered the excom munication of the Rev. Dr. M'Glynn, for disobeying the orders of the pope. Wide-spread terrorism prevails in the County Clare, Ireland. Sir Henry Holland states that Ger many is willing to join the International agreement to regulate the arms and liquor traffic in the Pacific Ocean. Petitions have heen presented to the Quoen to reprieve the captain, mates, and seamen condemned to death for the murder of the Malay seamen on boaid the barque Lady Douglas. The anti-foreign movement in France against Germans and Italians is increas ing. The Sportsman has received Hanla...

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Rapid Butter Making. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

??fid Batter Slaking. I Pbotkssob G. H. Whitcber, Superinten ? dent of the New Hampshire State Agri cultural College at Hanover, sends us the subjoined account of an experiment in rapid butter making by the centrifugal process at the oollege creamery, established ; the present year : — ' Sinoe the establish ment of the creamery at Hanover, of which we have had some previous corres pondence, it had frequently occurred tome that the morning's milk might be trans ' formed into butter for the breakfast table the same morning, and Saturday, 7th August, it was decided to try the experi ? stent. At half-past 4 a.m. the help at the oollege form were in readiness to commence milking, and at 6 o'clock 601b. of warm, new milk were on the scales at the crea mery, which is located some 60 rods away. At a quarter past 6 steam was turned on and the engine set in motion, the machinery which was to do in 10 minutes what nature demanded five hours to complete. Five minutes later, the De Laval separat...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. [from OUR own correspondent.'] ' Sydney, Wednesday. Lord Carrington purposes leaving Sydney for Adelaide to-morrow week. The Legislative Council passed through committee the Tobacco' Increased Duties Bill, and the Lands Titles Commissioner's Fees Bill. . ;? j In the Legislative Assembly a motion was moved by Mr. Carruthers condemn ing the present system\ of finding work for the unemployed. It was debated 'till seven o'olock when it closed without any result. The House:-afterwards passed the third reading of t^ Centenary Cele bration by 47 to 22. /; The second reading Jpf, the Payment of Members Bill was cafri6d by 42 to 26. When in committee MA Abbott moved an amendment, with the'object of apply ing the bill to the present Parliament. Sir H. Parkes threatened that if it whb carried the Government would throw out the Bill. The amendment was rejected by 41 to 32 : the bill then passed. At Mort's annual sale of stud sheep 439 were sold, realising £7345. A petition a quarte...

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THE GOVERNMENT CENTENARY PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

ME OOTBRWIKGNT CEN TENARY PROPOSAL. There is no doubt whatever Sir Henry Parses may have expected he must have been in a manner prepared for the Btorm of ridicule which greeted the proposal to spend £150,000 in building a sort of I Colonial Westminster Abbey, to com memorate tne centenary or tne colony, and to provide a last resting place for political and other patriotic wreckage. The other part of his proposal, namely the conversion of the 'Lachlan swamp into a park, has since been respectively claimed, both in and out of the House, as a former idea of a Mr. Franklin and Lord Carrington, and would be to a certain degree a reasonable one, were it not that the oolony is at very considerable expense already, forming a 'National Park.' The proposal seems to us to involve an expenditure of £200,000, without offering any adequate return to the public. A pnblic mausoleum and depot tor national archives is not exactly the kind of building that would best accord with the present tastes of ...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 P.M. (FROM THE MANAGER OF THE C. R. AND N. C. FARMER'S ASSOCIATION.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY; Thubsday, 6 p.m. (Fbox the Manager cf the C. R and N. O. Fabmee's Association). Maine, 3s 2d per bushel; Eggs, Is 4d per dozou ; Pigs, 3d to 4d per pound.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

Special Advertisement «; [An extra oharge of 20 per oont made for ad vertisements inserted in this ooluran.] E 1 D I 0 A L. F. «. CONIOK, M.B., M. On., Edinburgh University, may be consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, j from 10 to 1 o'olook, ' EVERY TUESDAY. EDIOAL NOTICE. Br. W. H. TORVLINS, M. R. 0. S., L. S. A.. London, Begs to annonnoe that he haa taken the piaotice of Dr. Violette, lately of Wardell, and will visit BROADWATER (M'Fadden's Hotel), on WEDNESDAYS, at noon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

mi.) wtM -«? ' Shipping Notices. toiri . ' ^ ? ? ? ? ~~ S0i .ire, ) ^ AND FROM SYDNEY. v . .- ' ? — . . «^iiC) crl I'-- : -? :.- Uiren. FunTnEli Notice ' tifsw 't iTho Favourite New T win-scrow Steamor . V„:5.fi / ? .=: . =. ???' ? :: i ? snilii.vttndor tbeiohargo of Captain Jackson, - will bo despatched: from .Lismoro about every Sovon j«.«MDhy8.-T : . ' --?U ,f. FREIGHTS and PA8SAGES at Curront, o:-UU /Rates.' .? ?: ;? i«b.()-.«i ®P-',P««»lro -Tickets available by any of wiT thoCompany'a Htettmcra frotn any River. mil t,-) Koiu.i'i, ? '? AGENTS. c.i-! '' Oltironoo Rivor: . ... -k) :( Richmond River.: ?tie i. i.ii JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. '. . (THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. : 1 ,oMAit, J;i STOREY, Coraki. /. '' 4v:'V-^'CV.''R'o6okE,.'.;;.- ? . . , Socrotury.'' * and;R.Rj S. N, Co., r. . \hr-rt 'jtWl Jurist, 1886.;/ . , ?Ji v!'': i ' TTT^Tr ' Tho 0. &iR;R.S.N. Co. ;having purchased if,,!!) the fast' and favourite ' ? ?v*'*:'1. : i!! te^s./iavi^o'Towv ; ^'tavo ,h^d,!b^r|pniutod and t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 July 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Abtovais. July 4— BELLINGER, s., Captain Alloy, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr«. Hodgkin son, nurse, and 2 children ; Mr.* Parokor, and 14 in the steerage. Cargo — SO tons general merchandise, and sundries. Left Sydne/ at 1 1.30 p.m. on the 1st, crossed the Richmond bar ?t 2 p.m. on the 3rd, and arrived at Coraki ?t 6 p.m. same day. Experienced light eotherly and N.K. winds and N.E. swell throughout the passage. , Jul.- 4 — TOMKI, s., Captain H. Jackson, from Sydney, Passengers — Mesdames Rcddam, Davis, Johnson, Howard; Misses Williams, CnrHe (2), Winny, Felymanriofi, Kenny, Bishop, . Wilson ; Messrs. Qnnin, Cnrrie, Heufrh, Jack* son.CoHlss, Mowbray, M'Call, Connelly, Daniels, Johnson, Morgan, Lewis, Bowman, Bourne, and 100 in tho steerage. Cargo— 200 tons general merchandise. L«ft at 3 p.m. on . the 2nd, arossed the Riohmond Rivor bar at 7 a.m on the 4th, and arrived at Coraki at 4 p.m. same day. Experienced north and N.W. winds and fine weather during tho pass...

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