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Irish National League. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 August 1886
Irish National League. I A Mkktino of tho members of tho abovo. nssnoiation n:ot nt Nulan's Coraki Hotel on Snturdny evening Inst. Mr. P. Wolsh, Presi dent, in tho ehair.' The Treasurer reported that ho had received hv tho bunds of Messrs. O. Mnlono and \V. Welsh, a futliev sum of £37 10s Gd mnkiug a total sum in hand of £68 Is Gd. A vote of thanks to tho abovo mentioned gentlemen was passed by nccl.nnntion. A finnl meeting, to olose accounts, will bo held on Snturdny tho 4th of September at Mobb's Commercial Hotol.
Casino Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 August 1886
Casino Items. [from OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT!. August 14. — Onco moro wo havo fouud our level in tho genernl quiet that usually charac terises our town, after a week of oxoitemont arising out . of horsorncing, concerts, dauMng, and a bazaar, and an abuudanen of those pleasures whioh suit tho tastes of tho masses, and which undoubtedly rovivo business, if oplv spasmodically. Tho haznar was a great miucBBB Ituu rum neu ovor tilt I, a sum mucli beyond the expectation of tho most snnguiuo. It wns in aid of tho Church of England parsonage which has recently undergone a renorntion for tho comfort of tho new Incum bent, tho Rev. J. Smith, and his family, nnd I hear has covered the wholo of tho debt.' The meeting of members of tho School of Arts, called by advertisement to consider tho ndvisability of oponiug tho reading room on Sundny afternoons, brought togothor only 12 members, and it was considered inadvisable to decide tho matter by so few, and dissappoiut ment was expressed that more...
Pig-Proof Fence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 August 1886
Plg«Proof Pence. An easily-erected and efficient pig-proof fence is a desideratum many of our settlers will like to hear of. We have it on the authority of ' Bruni,',' that well known contributor to the Australasian upon agricultural and live stock matters, that such a fence can be made out of barbed wire. He writes The only pig proof wire fence I have met with in my travels is on Mr. John Reid's estate, Elderslie, New Zealund. It consists of seven barbed wires placed in the following order — the lowest were Gin. from the ground, and all the others Sin apart. The distance between the posts is 7ft., but Mr. Reid recommends that the distance should be 6ft apart. The wire used was the ordinary 4-barbed American galvan ised wire. Of thiB fence Mr. Reid says : ' It has been found thoroughly secure ; not an animal has ever got through it.' Mr. Sala lately advertised for a lady secretary, age not under 30, a governess preferred, who must write a legible hand and have a knowledge of French-...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. THE BUNGAWALBYN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 August 1886
TO TUB EDITOR OF TUB RICHMOND lUVKR HERALD. THE BUNGAWALBYN ROAD. Dear Sir. — Will you kindly nllow me tijinco in your vnlnnhlo paper to insert a fow lir.os concerning the rond on tho enst sido of Bungawalbyn Creek, from tho ferry crossing ; this should bo a ohnin wido, but ow ng to tho D^ad Katn«r nillfivn fns? tli/irn ova nn Inan Mtnn four slip mils and ono gnto, nnd a very narrow traok on the edgo of tho bank with hardly room for a horseman to turn round without standing a big ohanco of going over tho hunk. It would bo impossible for a buggy to travol after a r bower of rain, and I saw a spring cart going along this road ffhioli hnd to stop overy few yards to nvoid going ovor tho bnuk into tho orook. I think Mr. Editor it is high time wo hnd a decent road of linlf a ohnin, or tho whole road ns it should bo thrown open for travellers. The road !r thoro, and has been proclaimed, mid yet tho owner of, laud grows crops on it right up to tho river bank. If tho matter is not s^ou to so...
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 27 August 1886
TO WEI on IT ItlAY COftCEItftT. The announcement in another column to the effect that 10,000 tins of. con densed Swiss milk, which arrived per steamship Austral the other day, and ordered to be destroyed as being unfit for human consumption, points to three things that are well worthy of consideration. The first of these is the unwelcome fact that in a country more than ordinarily blessed with the means of dairying to an unlimited extent — certainly far and away beyond the necessity of the country — it his 1 been found a profitable transaction to import condensed milk from a foreign source into it for the consumption of the inhabitants ; and, taking it that this , one item of 10,000 tins is merely one shipment out of thousands, the deriv able profit from dairying in these dis tricts is a matter of certainty, if intelli gently and energetically carried out, and the industry well worthy of the consideration of our agriculturists and pastoralists, and one that has been seriously neglec...
The Missing Mr. E. M. Bagot. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
The Missing Ufr. E. Id. llugot. j A COKRESPOKDEST of tho 8. A. -Advertiser writes — ' Whe.u the lato Mr. E. M. Bngot was first missed it will bo remembered that a rowurd of £20 was offered for anyone discovering his whereabouts. Aftor several days had elapsed, and it seemed certain that a fatality had hap pened to the unfortunato gentleman, tho reward was increased to £100, and shortly afterwards the body was found. The friends who guaranteed the largo amount did so in the desire to encourage the soarrh- par tics amongst whom were many persons who devoted thoir own time and that of their employers and their horses for days in the pursuit. Young men from the market stripped themselves and dived iuto the waterholes, and with many others took part in the miry search' of tho bed of the Torrens. Eventually, one of tlio warders at the Stockade stepped six feet out of the beaten track of his path of vigilance at the Stockade, and looking ovor the edge of the quarries saw Mr. Bagot's boots....
A New and Important Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
A IVew and Important Goldfield. The Aye of the 19sfc states that Captain R. D. Beeston, , who is at present pros pecting in Borneo, has forwarded to the Colonial Secretary of Labuan an account o£ the discovery of a largo gold field which he has visited on the Secrama River. This is published in the British : North Borneo Herald, and in it Captain Beeston says that i'n'charge of- a:party of Europ eans, Chinese, and Malays, he started from Sandakan on February 1'6 last. Ou the 13th of-jthe following month .- they reached the Segama, and started up that stream in boats.' ' Tlie following day a bed of gravel was reached, which on being tested, was found to give floury golu, but in quantities which were unpayable. The locality known as Gold Hill/ higher up tho river, was prospected on the 16th without result, . On the 20th some country was discovered at a spot called Sabanda Punghut's Cam pong, which would be payable at a considerable depth if worked by experienced miners. Fol ? ? lowing...
A Brilliant Idea. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
A llrllllant Idea. I Dr. Rejovick, tho present Minister for Public Instruction, miiy not ho tho most brilliiant Minister in the Uni verso, but thd following idea is cortaiutly a oa'pital one, and; one that wo should liko to see Carried ' out properly and for tho real benefit of the nhililrnn. Tlio Herald Bays : — With tho intention of cultivat ing in the children attending Public Schools habits of thrift and foresight it iB contemplated by tlio Hon. Dr. ? Ren ?wick, Minister for Public Instruction, to establish savings banks in connection with the schools. These banks will differ from ordinary penny banks, inas much as they will form part of tlio school routine, thoy will bo worked by tho teaching staffs, and tho depositors will be confined to the school children, who will! deposit only thoir own pocket money. It is proposed that the principal leacner ot a sctiooi snail acc as DanK manager, and that tho first assistant, or, whero there is no assistant, a pupil teacher, Bhall act as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
Medical DR. BOYD, GRADUATE IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Registered Physician of N.S.W. NERVOUS MEN may obtain FREE, a valuable troatiso on VITALITY, NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, PREMATURE DECAY, NEUROSTHENIA, &c., &c., by sending namo and address to Elton Boyd, M.D., Pomercy Chambers, 39, Castlereagh etreet, NEAR HUNTER- STREET, SYDNEY, OR BOX 120, G. P. O. NERVOUS AND FEMALE DISEASES, DEFORMITIES and PARALYSIS, A SPECIALTY. Consultation by mail or in porson. Hours — 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our system of Diagnosis by mail is quite ?as satisfactory as a .personal .consultation. Dr. Waugh's BAKING POWDER. WAUGH'S BAKING POWDER, and 'WAUGH'S ONLY, Obtained a First-class Award or First Dogroe of Merit at tho INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, And no other Baking Powder but Waugh's received the Great Exhibition Prize Medal. The verdict of tho Chemical Judges ogrooing as it does with the practical test of thousands of housewives who never use any other make, thus conclusively proves that Waugh'a Baki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
General ? WANTED, a LABOURING MAN accustomed to drainage work. Applv at onco to DUNOAN ROBERTSON, North Arm. WANTED, a YOUNG HORSE, broken to saddle. Must bo quiet to Tide. Price must bo moderate. Apply by lotter to GEO. N. TOWNSEND, Post-office, Broadwater, Richmond River. WANTED, a SMART LAD, as appren tice to the Printing Business. Apply at the office of this paper. WASTE PAPER for sale — a pood clean lot. Apply at offico of this paper. SINGLE COPIES of this Journal can be purchased at Mossrs. FERGUSON & CO.'S Store (late Johnson's), Richmond Terrace. O T I 0 E. On an ! after MONDAY NEXT, Mr. F. CLIFFORD may bo consulted at his OFFICE, noxt door to the School of Arts, Bridge-street. J O.O.F. ; M.U. SYDNEY DISTRICT. TENDERS are invited for tho catering in connection with a BALL AND SUPPER to bo held at tho School of Arts, on Tues day evening, the 21st instant. Room, tables and soats provided. _ Tenders must be addressod to tho under signed, and wi'.l close on the 14th inst...
River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
River Steamer* Time-Table. The following time-table is published for general information ? 8arah L. Hixsra leaves Linmore for Ballina at 8.30 a.m. .every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and Ballina for Lismora eyery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at -8.30 ajn. Florrie leaves Ballina for Lismore every Mon day, Wednesdav, and Friday at 8.30 a.m ; and Lismore for Ballina every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. Tho Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore everv morning (Fridny. excepted) returning to 'Woodburn in tlie afternoon. The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; and Cvsino for. Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday;' and Saturday. The Irvington leaves Casino for Coraki every Monday,'' Wednesday, and Friday; and Coraki for Casino every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m.
Coraki Port-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
Coraki Post-Office. Arrival and Departure op Maim. ? 'Mails arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, nnd Swan Bay every Monday Bnd Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and close for the same places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p.m. - Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallnh, nnd Gundnr imba every Tuesday and Friday, at 5.50 p.m., and close for same places every Monday and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Codrington every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and 3aturday, at 10.30 a.m. ; and close for same plaoes every Mon day and Thursday, at 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, WarJell. nnd Broadwater.
The Great International Sculling Sweepstakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
The Great International Sculling Sweepstakes, First .day : Matterson beat Ross, Teenier beat Perkins, Beach beat Lee, and Bubear pulled a bye. Tue:day. ROW OFF HEATS. Beach defeated Bubear easily by several lengths. Bubear got tho best of the start, but immediately fouled Beach, the champion, who, however, soon went away from his opponent Although the right rowlock was damaged by the foul he rowed leisurely home, winning easily. Teenier defeated Matterson after a hardly contested race by two lengths only. In his heat Matterson dashed away at the start at a great pace, rowing a fine stroke, and after gaining a clear length took Teemers's water. Teemer, however, spurted in grand style, and rowed Mat terson down and passed him, when Matterson collapsed. Teemer claimed a foul. LONDON, Tuesday. In the cricket match, Australians ▼. South England, the former in their first innings made 229 runs. The latter have lost 6 wickets for 90 runs. It is reported that Sir Charles Dilke is hunting in...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
Suicides.— The Melbourne correspondent of the Herald' saydm^Thero appears to be an epidemio of suicide among women just beam ing, for within' the last thre-) days three women have gnne to their deaths by violenoe. One of them has flung herself from a bridge and fractured her spine ; another has confronted a railway train, nnd got a good deal the worse of the encounter ; a third has, drowned herself wittingly and a tourth has taken laudanum in quantities inconsistent with the continuance of existence. The young woman who drowned herself left her baby on the beach sewed up in a shawl, and that baby must have needed but little atmospherio air for the purpose of respiration to survive that sewing op. It may he mentioned that as soon as it was known there was a baby without a mothfr, quite a crowd of childless women went to the police and begged, some of them quite pitcously, to be allowed to have that baby. The odd thing is they should all want ihis baby, for there is no difficulty at a...
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
[from our own correspondent.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. Wright, Heaton and Co. have been committed for trial for the railway frauds. Bail allowed. A fire occurred at 8 o'clock this even ? ing, at. 'Irwin and Roberson'a provision stores, and the back premises of the Custom House hotel. There wan averv indication of & large conflagration, but the engines being quickly on the spot, and a plentiful supply of water being at bandj the fire was got well under in half an h6uk\ During the progress of the fire, a heavy thunderstorm, accompanied by vivid lightning, passed over, and the rain assisted to quenoh the fire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Moorehouse in alluding to the subject of education, said that the State education in Victoria had created a number of children showing a deplorable ignorance of the bible. In the Assembly in answer to a question, the Colonial Secretary stated that there, were 8396 trained men in the permanent : foroe of the Volunteer Reserves who were in a position for the ...
OUR JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886
OUR JOCKKY CLUB. There can be little, if any, doubt that one of the first duties of a citizen is to, as much' as in him lies, advance the material welfare of- the place wherein he resides. And when we speak of the place wherein he resides, we desire it to be understood that any. small boundary tsuuti u» wuuiu uc ueuueu uy auuu^rcgtttiiuu of streets, or a village, is not intended to be conveyed, but rather the good that must accrue to himself as representing one of the component parts of a village, town, city, or district.' And, perhaps, one of the best ways now-a-days to effect this end is by liberally subscribing to whatever public movements for the general welfare may be submitted to us. To this end we desire to-direct attention to the duty — rwe cannot find any other phrase sufficiently expressive — of each and every resideut in this town and district tn support in a liberal manner such an institution as our local Jockey Club. And there ore several irrefragable reasons for this, ...