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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Special Advertisements. . [An extra chnrgo of 30 per ccnt made for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] jyj- E D 10 A L. F. «. CONNOR, M.B., M. On., Edinburgh University, may bo consulted at . Motrin' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, EVERT TUESDAY. 0 O I OUT FOR BIO L/1ND iALB IN CORAKI, . 27th NOVEMBER, 1886. Apply for full particulars to . MUNBO and M'DOUGALTj, Auctioneers, Casino and Lismore. Agent at Coraki — W. A. NOBT.K. ? ? ' nunquam dormio.' THE §J.ifrcr ftalxr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED AT CORAKX EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Shipping Notioeg. ;T) B.NIOOLL'S LINE OF STEAMERS IX-. RUNNING # TO AND FROM SYDNEY. I . ? ? . h 3 Tho Magnificent Now Steamship } RH'llMONi), t] ; 628 tons register ti \ (under tho oommaed of Captain B. Ali.ev), j, [ is now making fast WEEKLY TRIPS between „ tho Richmond River, and Sydnoy. a ^ Tho RICHMOND 1ms beon constructed nt a , cost ot over £20,000, specially to meet all tho requirements of this trado. Tho passenger accommodation is of tho Tory I highest .class, and is tho best on tho lino. Tho vospol is provided with Miisio SiJooii, C Sliado Dock, long 1'rorucnado Deck, Bathrooms, &o. ? AGENTS: . i Bnllina ? ? ? ? ? f Woodburn. ? ,. ? J. Lang, Coraki ? ? ? ? 0. Slnmfard. Ciisino........... ? ....;. P.O. Crouch. IiiBmoro ....... .......I..... E. Coleman. . All Cargo to ?and from Cnstno nnd tho ^ A South Arm of tho river frco of droghiijo. i; B. B. NICOLL, - Victoria Wharf, Sydnoy. rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBL'C IN JL tho Richmond Rivor District. JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of ...

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 — 3 September 1886

Religious memoranda. Church op Esolasb. Septerhiier 5— Woridburn' 11 a.m. (with Hnly Communion) ; Broadwater, 8.30 p.m., and 'Woodburn, 7.30 p.m. September. 12— Ballina, 11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. Baptistn8!3'p.m'.— Rev. P. E: Haviland. Free Pukshytkrian Cmmcn. September 6 — Casino, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 10— Onklands, 7 p.m. 12 — Coraki, 11 a.m.: Tathnm,' -3 ' p.m. ; Casino. 7- p-m. — Rev. J. Marshall.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Abmvam. Anffnrt 27. — Q.nwm of th» South, -Captain j H. Wood, from Svdney. Passenger* — Rev. Mr. Berry, Mr. Goslin, nnd 2 in the steerage. I Cargo, 60 tons general merchandise, Left Sydnrr ftt; noon on the 24th, crossed, the Binh mind Par nt. 5 p.m. on the 2Rth, nnd nrrived at Coraki nt 8 a,m. on the 27th. Experienced light variable winds and fine weather during August 27— Tweed, 1B0 ton*. Captain Tnlloohfmm Svdney. Passengers — Mrs Met calf , Mi'kb. Pric=, Messrs Smith, W. Rice, Clarke,' J. Black. Cargo, 100' tons general tttetohittidise. Left. Sydney at. 9 p.m. on 24th Instant, nrrived at. Richmond Kpndft nt 4 p.m. t-n 2Rth. crossed the Bar at 5 p.m. , snme . day, and arrived at Coraki at 10 a.m. on 27th, after calling. at several wharves. . August 81— Platypus, n., 217 tons,' Cipinin Nelson, from 8ydney, via Newcastle. Left Sydney at 9 a.m. on the 27th. crossed the Bar at 7.30 a.m. on iho 30th, and arrived '(it Crrnki on the 31st. Experienced light westerly...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Parliamentary. Shindy [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

The. Late Parliamentary, Shindy '- A Stranqer ' in the Herald, says : — Perhaps the less said aboUt the disgraceful scene of Tuesday night the better ; but there is an anecdote told of Mr._ Meeks, mombor for the Olebe, which is worth mentioning for its originality as well as for its humour. During tho fight between the member, fur Orange and the Minister WArlro VIV 1TaaV0«m« (TMaMr Avmfnil* bis blood was up, and wanting to »eo fair play ho was very much incensed nt the interference of Mr. Shepherd. At one time he was very nearly adding to .the punishment which Mr. EShepherd received from Mr. Dawson, but fortunately for Mr. Shepherd matters did not proceed that far. When, however, the disturbance wan over, Mr. Dawson and Mr. Moek6 got together, and Mr. Dawson began to regret having bad anything to do with the affair. But Mr. Meeks, unablo to see how Mr. Dawson could have acted differently, and looking at the member for Manaro thoughtfully, said, witbemphasis : ' Dawson, you were Tigh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Q. T. Club Winter Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Q. T. Cl'ib Wluter Meeting. By ' Vera* ' in the Brisbane Telegraph. (Abridged). Finnie's old black mare, Mv love, looked fit and well Hor coat shono like satin, and Bhe was far and away tho best looking animal on the course. Sho was well supported but the favourite was supplied in Warkworth, a grey gelding, running in the namo of Mr. A. Court. ' Backers '' ' ' would not bo staltad off tho aged groy, and ho was evidently lookod upon as a ' good thing.' Loinstor and Fairy Quool wore . well backed, whiist Winnie was a rank ' outsider. Tho talo is soon told ?: Winnie ? made most of the running, but when. it came to tho actual finish Watty set My Lovo going and she sailed away, and came in thb easiest of winners from Leinster, who was woll backed by tho olever division. Warkworth ran a perfect brute, and so did Froedom I want this fact to be particularly borno in mind when I make a few rematks on the big handicap later on. The Welter . Handicap set the ball rolling Again and once more My...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Fairfield. Our field up hore is looking well, and the reigu of canvas is giving wav to something more substantial. ' The primitive methods of reducing at first obtaining . are giving way to modern scionco, and with capital results. (No pun intended.) Nearlv all the claims aro doing fair, payable worl ,nd some exceptionally good trial orushinga have been obtained. Keats and party are stilt sinking on their shaft, but as the reef underlies considerably, and the walls not boing well defined, it is intended to sink further before Blabbing. There is every prospect of it improving when properly defined. They are putting down a new shaft also, and have sunk 7 feet, and at that depth tho stono is carrying splendid gold, as muoh as 3 grains being washed from 21bs of stone. The reef is a largo one, and looks well. The field generally is prosperous looking, and should have a Dig future in front of it. Concert. — Don't forget the grand concert to bo givon at tho Sohool ef Arts. Several Lismore ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insolvency Court, Lismore. Wednesday 25th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Insolvency Court, Lismore. Wednesday 25th August. I Before the District Commissioner, James Bray, Esq., P.M. In tho Insolvent estate of W. J. M'Aughoy, of Coraki, continued. Mr. Allingham appeared for tho Official Assignee, aud Mr. Simmons for tho insol vent. W. J. M'Auuhey, examined by Mr. AUingbam, deposed : Had a communi cation with Murphy whon in Sydney in Acril ; sent a letter and one tolegram ' going to-day to sooyour sister at Peter sham ' ; sont it oocauso ho (Murphy) asked mo to do it ; it was by request of Murphy that I Bout the telegram ; I went to sea his sister ; Murphy has a sistor thero ; (Mr. Allingham: I hope you found her well) ; tho telegram was not for a signal to burn down the placo ; tho de livery of piano was mentioned in the attachment ; Dixon xomoved it ; do not know where Dixon has taken it ,* removed it in a dray, four mon helping ; took it to tho Government wharf ; I thought it went up tho river ; did -not remember having told Dixon that everything was as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

THE BALL. also as advertised, a. ball in connection with the nbovo was hold at tho School of Arts tho samo evening, and which was well . attended by tho elite of Coraki, about 40 . couples boing present, and everything going . merrily as marriage bells, until Aurora began to tip tho surrounding hills with gum, uuu me valiant rooscers attempted to -- outcrow each other with a view to thoir' ? hotter halves preparing the matutinal egg,.1 Tho music was very good indeed, and ' tho suppor was provided by Mrs. Lonos,. r and got up in firat- class stylo. ' ? , ? . Surely thore never was such a gnmo' for..: provoking laughter and driving dull care ? away as hurling, and surely th»r»-woi-» - nevor such men to play it as Irishmen and - their descendants, and we could not help! thinking what a fino arena the' game - ? oponod for improving the lingualistio -' capacitios of futuro legislators — if ' they roquiro it. Somehow wo are inclined to think thoy don't.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hurling. HIBERNIANS V. OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Hnrllns. HIBERNIANS Y. OUE BOYS. Tms matoh oamo off, as advertised, on Friday ' afternoon lost, on the flat at the roar of the publio sohool, in tho proaonoo of a largo oonoourso of spectators. The woathor was dolight fully ploasant, nnft the ground hard enough for hurling,- nnd yet soft enough to treat ' kindly ' any hurler —nnA thnrn warn nnrtftinlv lots of them— ' who found thomaolvos hurlod to mother earth by a stronger or more agile oom- ' potitor, during tho courso of the game. Wo may horo add that tho ground is ' admirably odaptod for oithor- hurling or - ' football, boing perfectly level and fringed with bolts of troos affording sholter from the sun's' rays' to tho spectators. The addition of a fow rough seats would porhaps ' enhanco tho valuo of the grouud, to the spoctatoi s at all evonts. After some dolay'in filling tho ranks ol tho ' Hiberians, as somo insisted on ' - calling thom, or 'Long-beor-ians' as' some atrooious scoundrel on 'the field libollously suggested, the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Brief Mention. j Moro weathor. Piano for School of Arts arrivod yostorday. A stunner. A special Licensing Court will bo hold on tho 13th instant at Casino. Gundurimba crickotoD practising hard. Bcach won International sweopstakes. A tea mooting in nia oi mu ia?uji»i«u Churoli nt Wyrnllnh will bo held nt tho Sohool of Arts thoro on Wodnesday ovoning. In tho crickot match Australians v. Loid March's cloven, Giflen took fivo wickets for two runs. An artiolo appoars in tho Bulletin on tho Yollow Agony, woll worth ronding. Stout nnd Evans tied in tho £50 pigoon match nt Ballina. Maclean is to liavo a Post-offico dock. ' Hob' will ho ablo to know wlint tho timo o' day is now. Mr. G. W. Nicoll's now steamer Fijian has arrivod in Australia. 'Ninny' Molvillo in ' peoooninry ' diffi culties. Why don't ho bury 'om. Of oonrso. Tho Crown oaso agninst Per mownn.; and others, in: oonncotioii with tho alleged Railway frauds,^ broko down, owing to' tho absonce of Victorinn witnesses. Diamond mining ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

OUR ROADS We do not know, whether it is the fault of the people, the fault of the Road Superintendent, or tho fault of our Members that so little money has been spent on road making in and about Coraki. It is not because it was not needed, for a moro un-get-at-able, or a more difficult un-get-from-able place surely was never seen. Neglect and King Mud reign triumphant in every direction, and it is somewhat tantalising and provocative of blasphemy when publications' reach lis of noinconsiderable amounts being spent on roads about places not very far distant, and nothing is done in this respect about Coraki. Our present main thoroughfare is exactly 17 feet in width at a spot nearly facing the Government Wharf, and-right opposite one of the principal hotels, and for two vehicles to pass without one being precipitated down n steep embankment j is almost an impossibility ; while the roadway either to Casino or Woodburn I is utterly un-negotiable in' wet weather. Such a state of things is...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Reported Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

A JKcfiorted Wrcck. I The schooner Mury. Ogilvie, which left hero on July 12 last, for Lord Howo Island, and was commissioned to call off Elizabeth Reef for tho purpose of ascer taining tho truth or otherwise of a report made by Captain Greenleaf, of tho Amorican harcjuo Fannio Tucker, that ho ImJ ? ii.. i nnr\ iiav» auuu a vuoaui ui ujjjiiuuiuij' xwv iuua hard and fast on the shoal, returned to harbour on Saturday. From Captain Garth's report, it will bo seen, that thero has been no fresh wreck on the reef, so far as he could ascertain, and that what gave rise to Captain Greenleaf's report, was undoubtedly tho remains of tho three-masted schooner Alma, which has been high and dry on the reef for years past. The Mary Ogilvie arrived at Lord Howe Island on the 30th July, at 9 a. m., and Captain Garth made inquiry of the islanders as to whether they had heard of any wreck at. or near the island, or had seen any wreckage, but he received a reply in the negative. The Mary Ogilvie got un...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Oddfellows' Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Oddfellows' Society. A Meeting of tho Committee for tho purposo of completing tho nocossary ar rangements for the formation of an Odd follows' Lodgo to ho callod tho 'Loyal Star of tho North Lodgo,' was hold at Mobbs' Commorcial Hotol on Tuosday ovoning last, nt 7.30 o'clock. Bv an unanimous motion, Mr. W. Mobb^ was olocted Chairman of Committoos, and Mr. J. G. Bulzer appointed Soorotary rno tem. Tho Committeo in whoso hands tho preliminary arrangomonts had boon loft roporto'l that they liad ngrood with Mr. W. Yabsloy for the oroction of a liall, in Bridge-street, for Lodgo purposes, which, it is estimatod, would bo complotod in timo for tho oponing contomplatou to bo ou tho 21st instant. The action of tho Committeo was con firmotl, on tho motion ol Mr. P. Crook, seconded by Mr. A. °harp. Dr. F. G. Connor wns appointed Medical Officer to the Lodge, at the nsual scale of. charges — tho appointment to dato from the 21st September, on the motion of Mr. L. F. Benaud, seconded by Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Crawford Dilke Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

The Crawford Dilke Scandal. The Governmental crisis has been slight compared with that excited by the rehear ing of the Crawford-Dilke case on tho intervention of the Queen's Proctor. The disclosures made in the course of the trial, which has now lasted six days, have ' been astounding and evoked an universal feeling of horror. Tho case opened with f.ho nviMonnn r-f SlrfllmrloQ Dm.-n wlin absolutely denied that he had improper relations of. any kind with Mrs. Craw ford, and declared her confession to be 1 a fabrication invented by her to obtain a divorce from her husband, with' whom she had' lived unhappily, and was impli cating Sir C. Dilke in order to shield her lover, Captain Forster. The witness also gave extensive details of his political occupation, also of his proceedings on the days when the alleged adultery took place, all tending to disprove Mrs.. Craw ford's allegations. Sir Charles Dilke's. servants, male and female,, were called, and generally supported their master's e...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Nchool of Arte. I A meeting of the committee of the above institution was hold at tho roading room on Thursday ovouing, tho 20th .ultimo,, whon thoro woro prosont — Morsrs. W. Yabsloy (President, in tho chair), G. Huglios, W.. A- Fogwoll, A. Yabsloy, W. J. M'At'ghoy, and the Soorotary. Tho minutes of last mooting woro road n„,,n-rr,-w1 Mr. M'Atiglioy apologized for tho absonco of Mr. P. Clifford, causod by business engagements. On tho motion of Mr. A.' Tabsloy, socondod by Mr. Fogwoll, tho following accounts woro passod for paymont : — G. A. JofFerios, door mat and korosono, £6 Us; Secretory, potty oxponcos, IDs. lid — £0 10s lid. Lojtors from Mossrs. P. Hogan and T. Ewing M's.P. wore road by tho Soorotary. On tho motion of Mr. Fogwoll, seconded hv Mr. A. Yabsloy, tho consideration of Mr. P. Hogan's lottor was postponod 'till next committee mooting. Mr. George Hughes proposed, and Mr. W. J. M'Aughoy soconded, ' That tho committee purohdso a piano for tho Institute from Mossrs. A. Ya...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Pluck and Perseverance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 September 1886

Pluck and Perseverance. M'Kim is an honest Irish miner who drifted off from Arizona a few years ago iijto Snnora. He had a little money, but a great deal more faith. Benham says : — ' I should say here that every mine that has ever been in Sonora, or indeed, anything else in Mexico, has its early history recorded in the archives in the district. Thus. : if a claim has lain idle for half a century and one wants to get its' record, he has only to go to the prefect, or local authority of the district, and he is given access to the huge volumes that contain the information. M'Kim got hold of a claim that had not been worked for twenty years, and studied up its history. IIo found that ' the last year it was worked it took three shifts of eight men each to pack the water out of the mine. He also found that tho water increased so far on them ; that the mine, lmd to be abandoned, and from that he urged that is was by no' means exhausted. 'The problem then was liow to get the water out/:: Bu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LAND DISTRICT OF CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Land District of Casino. WiTniN 'the resumed area of Dyraaba Holding No. 141, notifiod 11th July, 1885. — County of Rous, parish of Quoenbun, area about 252 acres. That part of water reserve 430, notified 7th April, 1867, within the following boundaries ; Com mencing at south-east corner of portion 55 of 122 acres ; bounded thence on the north by a line west 40 chains ; thence on the west by a line south to the south-west corner of reserve 430 aforesaid; thence east 40 chains to its south-east coiner ; thenco north, to tho point of commence ment. Tho land is within the resumed area, aud will be open to selection in duo courso, if not barred by improvements or otherwise. No.' 435. County of Rous, parish of North Casino, town of Casino, area 1 aero 2 roods, to include allotmonts 1, 2, aud 20 of section 26. Commencing at tho south oast cornor of allotment 3 of section 26 aforesaid ; and boundod thonce on tho east by the west boundary of that allotment bearing north 5 chains to its nort...

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 — 10 September 1886

Books and Stationery. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I NOTE THE EXTENSIVE SALE or Music, Stationeryf Books (in overy department of literature), and Choice Fancy Goods, Owing to EXPIRATION OF LEASE, and contemplated ALTERATION TO PREMISES. Thirty Shillings worth of Music at the OLD PRICE is now to be had for 0 1ST 15 POUND I and SINGLE PIECES at GREAT RE DUCTIONS, on receipt of POSTAGE STAMPS or MONET ORDERS ggf Catalogues will be forwarded Gratis on application. The whole of tho Stock is thrown open for sale at these LO'W RATES, nnd contains nil the Choicest Pieces in SONGS, PIANO PIECES, and DANCE MUSIC. 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT on tho whole of the LARGE STOCK of Ledgers Lodgers Account Books Account Books and Stationery. Stationory. Novels! Novels! An Immense Stock of NOVELS, published at Two Shillings, selling for tgg' EIGHTEEN PENCE! BOOKS FOR PRESENTS and SCHOOL PRIZES. Any order for above from £1 to £10 will be carefully attended to, and a choice assortment will be for...

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Gazette Notifications. NEW POPULATION BOUNDARY OF THE TOWN OF CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Gazette Notifications. i New Population boundary of the Town of Casino. Counties of Richmond and Rous, parishes of Wooroowoolgan, South Casino, and Bast Casino, Kyoglo, North Casino, and Tomki, respectively, area about 10,000 acres. The Crown Lauds within tho following boundaries : Commencing at the south-east corner or portion z, parisn or East Casino, county of Richmond, on the right bank of tho Richmond Rivor ; bounded thence on part of the east by a line bearing south to a point east of the north-east corner of portion 71, parish of South Casino ; thence on the south by' a lino bearing west, partly formed by the northern boundaries of portions 71, 66, 65, and 161, parish of South Casino, to a point on the east boundary of portion 54, parish of Wooroowoolgan, and thence on the west by a line bearing north, partly formed by part of tho east boundary of portion 54, and the eastern boundaries of portions 53 and 50, and an eastern boundary of portion 49, to a point west of the south ...

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