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A Curious Disease in Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

A Curious Disease In Cattle*,, . '?{O A ! t . v ( ? ? ?' - * ? » ' . » ! ' 1 Frank Rbii.lt, in charge of a' mob of fa^«aUl^ /from Cloncurry andStrath fidd, bound for. Bpurke, informs us (Winton Herald) that when travell ing over some unstocked country several of the bullocks were attacked with, a curious complaint. . They became daced i and stupid, and at the . slightest noise would ' run amuck/' and rush across country until they actually fell down from exhaustion. For days afterwards th'C animals appeared -stupefied, aud loBt condition, . but no deaths occurred. Several of the drovera had narrow escapes frombeing gored; The other bullocks^ ;qne pf their number was ceised with the complaint, broke up into knots, and Tefused to move until the - eon^iqc^ibn,. bad subsided. Mr. Reilly believes , that the. cause of the trouble was a species of '.pea,1 somewhat resembling the Darling pea, which was found on the unstockcd country, but dissappeared wheu Eldcrslic was reached.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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One of Nature's Gentlemen. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

?One «f Katnre'ii dentlemen. In addressing the boys whom he en tert^in^,atfa Jubiiee-feast in. Sydney, Lord^Carrington is reported to have, said- — ' No man considers it a reproach now.ito own that he comes trom a ?humble stock. ? I will give you an in stance; of a case in point. Nearly 200 years s'go, about the time when the battle of Blenheim was fought, and the British tqolt 'Gibraltar, and England \. ttndLScotland were, united, in the reign of good Queen Anne, . a little boy, ?whose father ;kept a shop, lived in the tow.Q of ^Nottingham, in England. The boy worked hard, and when as a man he took over Hie business, people would' 'give him valuables arid money ?to tafe^ea're of when they went abroad, -as the cQuntry was unsettled and- roads ' were , unsafe. He dicd- at a good: old age/ respected by his fellow citizens, and left ; his sons to CBny.on his small hank.' I,, in . the reign- of the good Queen Victoria, am proud: to be able to say that that little boy was the founder ?°f...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Damper for the "Times." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

A Damper for the : ' 1 Tlines.'' A London journal, ' alluding ; to the TiMes 'having published the alleged letter of Parnell, ?; says Bad as' our London daily press. is, dishonest as it often is, and contemptible, it has rarely I or ever descended to the depth of infamy , Teached by the, Times last Monday. '-Let blooa flow, let a brave people joe exasperated beyond endurance, and what : care we so long as a dirty party triumph ia assured,, so long as the power of. tbe class we slave and lie for, to' grind the life out of the people and to expatriate them, 'is unbroken?' That 'is the moral attitude of thi3 'despicable sheet. ? ' '?'?v.':-..

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(FROM TATE BROTHERS' AGENCY AND TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

(From Tatk BnoTHEns' Aoknoy and Trading Company, Limited.) Maize, 3s 4d to 3s 2d, market firm ; Oats, firmer ; Bran, lOJd ; Haye's Flour, lis. 6cl ; Potatoes, 3s 9d; Onions, 4s; Butter, is; Cheese, 5d Bacon, 6d ; Eggs, Is Gd ; Fowls, 4s 6d; Ducks, 5s 6d ; Geese, 7s 6d ; Turkeys, 7s to 14s ; Chaff, 5s 6d ; Hay, 5s 6d ; Hides, 3 £ to 4d ; Tallow firmer; Pigs, 4dto 5d and firmer ; Fat Calves, very scarce and realizing long figures ; Milch Cows, £10 to £16.

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 OF THE C. R. AND N. C. FARMER'S ASSOCIATION.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

LATEST MATtKET QUOTATIONS. ? SYDNEY, Thuesday, 6 p.m. (FnoM tub Manager cf tub O. R. and N. C, Fahmisu's Association). Maize, 3s 4d por bushel ; Pigs, 4d per I pound ; Eggs, Is 4d per dozen.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

CABLEGRAMS. I London, Monday. Eton defeated Harrow in the annual cricket match by five wickets. 33,000 Volunteors were amongst tho number of troops reviewed by tho Queen. Cardinal Persisco, who was despatched by the Pope on a special mission regarding the Home Rule question, haB arrived in Dublin. The Marquis and Marchioness of Drogheda leave in August on a visit to Australia. . Several failures among sugar-planters in Havannah are announced. . No. 1 North Phoenix Mining Com pany. Queensland. has been floated ; capital, £350,000. 80,000 persons assembled in Paris and vociferously cheered General Boulanger, the late Minister for War. The Unionist Liberals supported the second reading of the Irish Land Bill. The United States Government will ask Congress to pass a vote to represent America at the Melbourne Exhibition. Tho Queen held ? a review at Alder shot, when 58,000 troops were under arms. The Bugarian Regents have resigned. At tho trial of the prisoners in Ber lin, for treasonabl...

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 — 15 July 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. f FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! Sydney. Wednesday. The Legislative Council sat 'till half past 11 o'clock - on Tuesday, and passed the Appropriation, Jury Fees, Land Act Amendment, and Supreme Court Appeal Bills. The second reading of tho Payment of Members Bill was rejected -y thirty to nine. In the . Assembly a. considerable amount of time was occupied with the formal business. Mr. Copelaud's motion for granting free railway passes to members of Parlia ment returned to three Parliaments was carried by 27 to 23. The Appropriation Bill was, after some discussion, passed and sent to the Legislative Council. The House adjourned at 12.30 to noon to-day when the Governor prorogued Parliament, in a speech congratulatory of the acts passed during the session, to Ausust 23. The Select Committee of the Assembly recommend the publication of a daily Hansard . Tho Colonial Treasurer stated that owing to pressure of business the pro posed Bill for the liquidation of the deficit woul...

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Legalising Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

Legalising Murder. The Legislature of Indiana has at present , before it a very remarkable bill, which is ' notable as an attempt to bring the law into harmony with the moral sense of the community. It is a bill for the legislation . of wilful murder under certain circum- . stances. It declares that whenever the ' seducer of a womau is slain, either by her i father, her. husband, or her brother, the homicide shall be regarded simply as a misdemeauor, or be punishable only by a fine' without imprisonment. The Indiana proposal has;- at any rate, a fine old Hebraic flavor about it, recalling the avenger of blood and cities of refuge, and we should not be much surprised if it were placed on the Statute Book of the State; There; is- a story told of an - excellent Methodist preacher in Georgia whose sister was ruined by a scoundrel in another part of the State. Our good Methodist shoul dered a shot gun, saddled his horse, rode 230 miles through the woods, shot the seducer dead at sight, a...

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General Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

Oeneral Proapecti How to bring about a return of that prosperity | which for manv years oharacteriaed our distriot I ia a matter which ia boing gravely considered just now by somo of our pioneera who have lod the vau in days gono by. Unfortunately, per- | haps, for general ultimate welfare, the nigh price and ready market ruling for clieose dunng the past few years has causod moat of our farmers to Iobo Bight of a lino of business which did much to build up an era of prosper- ; ity, ultimately bringing tho nnme of tho Bega district into prominence. We allude to the raising of pigs, and the manufacture of bacon. For many years an important trade was done ! in the live animal betweeu here and the Sydney i and Melbourne marketa, and it.ia well known | to those who dealt largely in the raising of pigs 1 for salo that tho returns were invariably of a ' substantial and profitable nature. Latterly general nttcntion naa been turned to the making of ohet'Bo, and as the natural result of a bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

Wobtii Knowing.— That the largest stock, the beat assortment and the lowest prices for boots und.. shoes is.at A, E., Francis,' Moles* worth-street, Lismore. ' v

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A Horrible Case of Trance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

A Horrible Case of Trance. TuE . Ordessa correspondent of the Daily News sends paaticulars of a case of this kind, which has caused considerable sen sation. ' /Major Majureff, : an artillery I officer.' aide-de-camn to the Governor-. General of Odessa, aged 35, died as was supposod three weeks ago, somewhat sud denly, -and was interred 40 hours after wards. i- His funeral was marked by much militaiy pomp, and by the presence of all the civic and military notables. A few days ago while the family vault in the neoropolis was being renovated for. the Russian Fetes des Morts, the coffin lid was noticed to havo been partly forced open. It was immediately removed, and the body was found, faoe downward. The face was dreadfully/lacerated, and the flesh gnawed from the hands. The corpse was still jbleeding, whioh confirms the statement of a workman that his attention was first attracted: by a noise in the coffin, and the unfortunate Major died only on the instant of. the appalliug discovery....

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Hints on Pruning. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

Hints oh Pruning. The present is the season for pruning, which is an operation that is very apt to be ill or even unattended to, to the in jury of the tree. Trees nnder cultiva tion are submitted all through to much that is artificial, and this artificial stute of things once begun must be sustained to be profitable. Trees left to do as best they can in hard, unwoiked land, the spaces between filled with grass, are as far as possible left to the state of nature, and it would not be going far out of the way to regard them so and leave them unpruned. It is certrin, however, that no good gardener who looks to his trees for profit will be so neglectful of them as to leave them unpruned — that is with out 'a special reason or in isolated cases. But pruning, should 'always be- dono with care and judgment, or left undone. The pruning knife may be easily used to the injury of the tree, as otherwise, and therefore it is a dangerous tool to put in the hands of an inexperienced or a careless p...

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The Kemp-Matterson Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1887

The Kemp-Slattern oin Race. I A good deal of interest was manifostod in this race. Tho betting was 2 to I on Mattorson right up to tho start, but after Kemp had oponed out at Uhr's Point, long odds wore offerod the other way without any acceptors. A considoraoie amount ot money changed hands. Mattorson rowed in n now boat, and scnled list, lib ; whilst Kemp, list, used a new slinll built by Donnelly. At the start Kemp wont away with the load, at a very fast paoo, and at two miles Mattorson began to fall back, and the remainder of the race was a sitnplo procession.' Kemp leisurely paddled over the course, and won as be liked. Matter son struggled bravely.; but ho was fairly done — ho had been rowdd out— and there is not tbe least doubt that the bettor man won after one of the fastest races, consider ing the tide, ever rowed op the river. Time, ' 22min 22}seo.. Thore was a strong fl iod tido, so that Kemp's time, considering the ease with which no finished tho race, was remarkably goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

: Business Announcements. ? . m. Jones, - . MONUMENTAL MAS ON, LISillORE!. 1 V;: IRO^ RALLIN^ ' PHOTOS AND i DESIGNS . ' ^ forwarded Free on j|i| ? application. P Old Headstones Repaired, . -and Inscriptions put in, . N.B. — M. J. ERECTS ALL HEADSTONES SUPPLIED BY HIM. . DISTANCE ,.. ? ? no iObjuct. ' : : ISrdTXGEl EXT R DINAHYi;^ JOB PRINTING; JN consequence o^ the general depression ,in|tr(^e, iwo offer to; dut^ ^,,^hstitueh-»/ aii . opportunity of gotting. their Printing done, at lower rates, than ever, . ? V ' ' FOR CASH. ;: i : ,. i , -„i A large stock of' material is on hand,' and all orders; ' ' F 0 R ANY DESCRIPTION O F WO R K , sent , to .the .'Proprietor, will :bo speedily exeouted,-, and in unsurpassable, style. 'i'^ArSkial order? fa Sydney, is respectfully solicited . ..»-%. ' ' '' ~ Tfiusfriesg Announoementii* | I ? * 1 1 ' f * i i.'i ?? *. ? / i — J|f ? i i ' i ' j rjIHE RICHMOND RIVER | IIEIIALI), ?AND Northern Districts Advertiser, ' published at CORAKI, RICHMOND RIV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

i ? ?? ' ' 0 U.- B A 0 O O U N T S. 0[nr ACCOUNTS for.quartor oiiding Juno 30tb havo boon isauo'd, and , wo trust that' thoso indobtod will'iaako an oarly sottlotaon'. '? ? LOU IS K ? 11 KN AUD, 1 ''' ' ,. .iPjjo^etor. 11bkai.iV offleo,; 1 .' 1 .il, , July -l'h. ' 1 ... ... jyjpt s. m'. '' j.; . 'jvrc o L m, General Storekeeper and FANCS* GO'ODS ldSPOSITORY, ; SOUTH WOODBURN ? (near tliu Tost and 1'olograpli Office.) I p?F A luriro and varied assortment 'of GUNERAL STpRR GOODS always oti liaiid, and constantly arriving, tu soloot from. . 1 ' ' Tho patronngo (if tii.e Genoral Publio ' ' ' re'npeotfully solicited. 1 TVir. I.'iS'.S..' 0 O G H L A N,' i.yX, (from Sydney), . . - -' Fashionable Dressmaker, &c.'r 1 ; liiniJioNn Tkbiiacb ,V' '(next tlio Goiniiioroial Itntet) Coraki. Miss C/b'egTto'iiifiirm tlio ladios of Cornki and the surrounding distriot that'sho has coirf moijiied ' busiuosti ;.as abovo, and, all orders oiitrnsted to lu-r euro will bo oxoouted in flist oliiss sty...

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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 — 22 July 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thubssay, 6 p.m. [Fbox thb Manaoeb c» thb O. R. and N. C. Vimm'i Adiooiation). Maize, 8s 4d to 3s 6d, market easier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

General Notices. WANTED to purchase 100 bacrs GOOD MAIZE. Send sample and prioe to JOHN LANG, Coach Proprietor, South WoDdburn. JP A E M T O LET. TO LET, a FABM of 40, 60, or 60 ACRES. 46 acre's broken up ; 25 been under orop. Wx. BAILLIE, Codrington. GOOD- SOUND CHAFF, 5s 6d per bag, On sale by the undersigned. CHARLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer. ^JOTT AGE S TO LET. Two very convenient COTTAGES, at East Coraki, near the Royal Hotel. Every conroni- . enco. Apply to F. CLIFFORD, Bridge-street. rpo STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. TO LET, at Bungawalbyn, Premises in a good position for a 8TOEE or BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT, or both combined. No store within fivo miles. Publio School olose at band. Receiving Office on the premises. Apply to JOSEPH PURSET, Bungawalbyn. E G A ^L. Ifr. Frank Norrie, Solioitor, will attend tho Casino District Court, and Lismore Sessions and District Court, as usual. pUBLIC NOTICE. All STOCK found trespassing on my land at Oungaruba after this dato will be impounded, witho...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

CABLEGRAMS. LorrnoTf. Mond&v. The English, Scottish and /Australian Bank has declared a dividend of 10 per cent. In the return cricket match between the Players and Gentlemen of England, the latter were again defeated in one innings. The Queen laid the foundation stone of a statue of Prince Consort, it Windsor, yesterday. Admiral Tryon.has been appointed a director of transports. . The Irish Crimes Bill p^ed ! thrbugh committee in the House of -Lords without amendment. an!;- A oollision occurred betwefp ijtn excur sion train and petroleum: train at St. Thomas,- Canad. The latter ; exploded, and the excursion train caught -fire, 14 persons being burnt to death m the car riages, and a number of others were injured. ? . London, Tuesday. The cholera epidemic is increasing in Italy. Twenty-five deathB were reported yesterday. vv Prince Ferdinand fears his acceptance of the Bulgarian throne is displeasing to BuB8ia, and hesitates over it. A confidential verbatim report of the rece...

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TELEGRAPHIC. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. Melboubne, Tuesday. It is reported that tbe Taemanian Government, have offered Mr. Gordon Baillie the whole of Flinders Island for the sum oi £500,000, aa a ' settlement for Skye Crofters. The first supply of the Moe Company's coal has arrived for railway! purposes. The Department will henceforth, draw their supply from this source. The quality is said to be equal to the best Newcastle coal. The unemployed are agaib ' becoming conspicuous. A; man named. .Edwards, from Sydney, is urging them to resist the police. The Minister for r Publio Works has refused to receive deputations from them. Michael Hoban, drover, has'T obtained a verdict for £2875 from the- railway commissioners through injuries received at Benalba. 'Woodburn, Wednesday. ' Mr. C. P. Streets store was broken into last night and goodB to the value of £16 were stolen. The robber Was very cleverly captured by Senior-Constable Hogan at 10 o'clock this morning. ' Sydney, Wednesday. Sir Henry Parkes left last ev...

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(FROM TATE BROTHERS' AGENCY AND TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1887

(Fbox Tath BnoTHBBs' Aoe no* and Thadwo Company, Limited.) ? Maize is firm at 3s 5d to. 3s 6d ; ' Oats firmer ; primo Porkers, ' 6d, and firmer ; Bacon Pigs, 3}d to 4d ; Hides, 3Jd to 4d ; Tallow, 18s ; Potatoes, 3s 6d ; Onions, 4s ; Bran, lOd; Hayes' Flour, lis 6d; Butter, Is 3d j Cheese, fid ; Baoon, 6}d to 6(1 ; Eggs, la 3d; Fowls, 4s; Ducks, 6s 3d; Goose, 7s Oil ; Honey, 4Jd ; Be-swax, lOJd ; fat Calvos, scarce at advanced prices ; Cedar much firmer. ' ' . '

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