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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. ? Tho Princo of Wales doairos that any subscriptions raised towards a testimonial to him in conncobiou with tho Into Exhibition, -bo dovotod towards a per-, manout Colonial Indian Institute. At a meeting held at tho Mansion House, a committee was appoiuted to raise funds for the projected Imporial Instituto. ' Tho Exhibition closes on tho 10th November. It iB udiuitttod that great faults havo been committed in tho wino .exhibits. Agrarian outragoB aro rifo in Iroland. Nineteen Moonlighters liavo beon ar rested. Bishop Vauglian, of Sal ford, is indig nant at tho churlish attitudo of Arch bishop Moran with reference to tho interment of Archbishop Yaughan'a remains, which must bo buried at Belmont, England, unless the Catholics of N. 8. Wales will- arrange for thoir transforonco to Sydnov. In tho cricket match Australians v. Eleven of Harrogate, tho latter made 55 runB for the loss of 5 wickets. LONDON, Wednesday. Tho Czar has notified tho Bulgarian regency...
TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Monday. BEACH V.ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
TELEGRAPHIC. . TfKOM OUR OWN C0UUK8P0NDENT.1 SYDNEY, Monday. I BEACH V. ROSS. . | Tlio race botween William Beach and 'Wallaco Rosa for tho championship of 5 tho world and £500 asido was rowed i over the champion course on the Thames : on Saturday last. Tho weather was fine, ' and thoro was a fair attendance, Tho tido was poor. Tlio betting was 5 to 2 on Beach, who clioso tho Surroy side. Rosa got slightly tho best of tho start, lowing 33 strokes to tho minuto, whilo Ikach was rowing 35. Tho Australian, liowovor, soon began to overhaul his opponent, and by tho timo tho Star and Gartor was reached ho had gained a lead of a clear longth. Bcucli continued to increase his advantage, and opposite ltoscbank ho was four lengths in advance of llosa, and rowing easily. Rosa spurt ed at the Soap Works, but was unable to decrease tho gap between tho two boats. In order to avoid boluo barges on tho : river at Hammersmith, Beach steered for the centre arch of tho bridge, but suddenly returned to...
Coraki Post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Vordki Pu^Hlllee. AbrivaXi Aun BrrARTonE of Mails. Mails arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, , Woodburn, and Swan Bay every . Monday and Th'nisday. nt 3.35 p.m.; and floss for ' the same' places:dvery Tuesday, and Friday, ' at 5 p.m. ; . Arrive from Lismore, Wyrnllah, and Gundur .. imba,'- every Tnpsday au-l Friday, at 5.50 ' p.m.', and.'closij for 6;\ me places every Monday ' '?Riid'niiiredii'y,' at '3.'35: p.m; ? Arrive; from. Casino and Codiington every Tuesday, nt 4 p.tn. ana Satnrday, at 10.30 a.m.; and pWh for same places every Mon day and Thnr-dav, at fi.'0 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, Wardell. P'vl.Biondiv.ifer, ,
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) SYDNEY. THURSDAY. 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tlio Managor Cluronco Rivor nnd North Const Farmors'AsHooiation, Limited.) ! ' SYDNEY. Thuiwuay. 0 r.ra. ? Mnlzo in soiling ut 3b 4d to 3b 6d. Eggs, lOdto Ud. 0. nnd N. 0. Pnrmoi'H' Association roport : — /ft laizo is dull oi bi\1o, 3b Gd -h top pvioo for primo /Bamplos. Flour, .CI 2 to £14 por ton ; ohaff, 6s I pur bag ; lupuru hay, £4 to £H per ton ; oatou |j liny, £0 to .€8 ; bacon, 4d to Cil ; olicoso, Gd to , oi ; eggs, lOd to 1 1(1 pur do/. ; fowlfl, 4h por 3 pair; ducks, 5n ; pigs,' 4d por lb ; calves, 17b ? to COs ouch ; hides, 3d to 4d por lb ; butter, 1h to Is lOd; honoy, 3d to 4d ; spokes, £0 to £G por 100§. Codar (in board), 20s to 30b ; in log1, ?; 18s to 26s.
A Warning. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
A Warning. A printer Bst in his office chair, HU boots were patched and his coat threadbare, And his face looked '-ro'iry and worn with care. Wliilo sadly thinking of his business debt, Old Morpheus slowly round him crept, And before ho kuew it he; soundly slept ; And sleeping lie, dreamed that lie was dead, From trouble and to I his spirit had fled, And that not even ; a cow-bell tolled For the peaceful rest of his cow-hide solo. As lie wandered among the shad-'es, - That smoke and iiiorch in the lower Hades, He slowly observed an f.ron door That creaking swung'on hinges ajar, But iihe entrance was closed with a red-hot bar, .Arid1 S_itan himself stood peeping out, And watching the travellots thereabout, ' ~ And thun to tho passing printer spoke u Com o in my dear, ' It shall cost you'nothing, and never fear ; This is the place where I cook the ouos Who never pay their subscription Hums ; ?For .though in life they may eBcape, They will find when they're dead it is too late ; I will...
Maize as an Australian Product. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Maize as an Australian Product. At the Technical Hall on Thursday even ing, the instructor of agriculture of the Board of Technical Education, _ Mr. Angus Mackay, lectured on ' Maize, its enemies, diseases, &c.' Mr. Alexander Kethel, M. L.A., occupied the chair, and spoke of the efforts being made by the board to popular ise agricultural education by classes, teaching, &c. Mr. Mackay said that the production of maize offered an enticing subject to the youthful mind, as it did to tbe farmers, and those who used the grain. Maize was not an exhausting crop on land, but its quality and quantity depended upon the richness of the soil. When disease had attacked this crop, and it suffered much, more in other countries than in this, it was largely owing to check to growth from bad seasons, from poor cultivation, and unsuitable seed. Being a tropical plant, change of seed from warmer climates than our own was most desirable. From the Richmond River district, from the Tweed, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
r J Speoial Advftrtisements. V: [Au extra olmrpro of 20 per cent mndo for nd vertiHoments inserted in this 'SDolu'mn,] E D I 0 A L. F. «. VOKKOn, M.B., M..Cu.,.EwNi3tiuau JJNXyEUSITY,, may he consulted at ? Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ;- ?... 1 and at MURRAY'S IIOTEIi, SOUTn AVOODBURN, from 10 to '1 o'clock,' .? tggr EVERY TUESDAY. JV .0 0. K . O U T . F O R. . IN CORAKI,. ' 27xn NOVEMBER, 1886. ,? Apply, for full partiouiars to ' MUNRO and : M'D6UGA.LL, ' '' r Auctionoors, ' ' , , Casino and Ltsmoke. Agent . at Coraki — ' W. A. NOBLE. ' NUXQUAM DORMIO.' THE liicjmoiiii' gilni* pcriilb, - AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki kvery Friday Moimso. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 18S6.
The Mew Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
The Kew Hebrides. ' Tho R-epublkiue Vranoaise , doetares thttt tho fact of a Gormon man-of-war having reooutly shelled nativo villages at; two of the islands of tho New Hebrides. renders it impossible for France to ovaouato tho Now Hebrides without dishonor. Tho Morning Post statoB that it is the opinion of diplomats that the Government of Pranoo has rosolved to annox tho New Hobridos. ? Tho quostion will be deoided at tho next sitting of tho Pronoli Cabinet. Tho Repurlique Franoaibe, in an articlo dealing with the Now .Hebrides quostion, deolaros -that France - cannot, without dishonour, ovaouato the islunds 1 aftor tho triqoloiy oupo I^gqu
MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
[?] The resolution arrived at at the public meeting on Saturday uight has settled the question of inviting tlie Ministers and Members who will attend.the formal openiug of the G reat N orthern Railway to Tenterfield, and afU'rwards visit* tiie Richmond River, and it' only remains now, up'tni' the acceptance. ofsthe invita tion, which we have little or no doubt about, for us to do. credit to ourselves and honor to our visitors by receiving them in a fitting manner. There is no necessity for any lavish expenditure, but we should like to see everybody within a radius of 15 or 20 miles grace the occasion by their presence and give these gentlemen a right hearty reception. It must be borne in mind that we have a pretty stiff bill agaiust them for arrears, and for that, if for no other, reason a good demonstration should be made wSen they do come to see us and see for themselves what Coraki' is actually like at the present time, and how much it has been hitherto ncglected. We want to jog ...
Woodburu. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Wottdbnru. Since writing my last there is very little news to chronicle of consoquonce. ? Weather. — We have had somo splendid showers this week and pasturage is every where; abundant, more so than ! have over soon for this timo of tho year. . Loss. — I am sorry to say one- of our townsmen, a Mr. Walters, lost a splendid New Zoaland draught mare last week, one that ho had purchased for a considerable sum last yeav in the metropolis ; the doath rosulted, I boliovo, from natural causes. Stallion Parade. — I see by your notice that you are goinp to have u stallion parade at Coraki, and judging from the number of stallions 011 the Lower Richmond I hope to see you have a good muster, and I would liko to soo every one attend that has an intorost in stock. I hope a good feeling will provail amongst competitors, not like ?in some places whoro their feelings get a littlo tho hotter of their good judgment. Marriage.— Our old townsmau Mr. D. Butters brought home a young partner last Thursday, ...
C. R. P and A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
C. ES. P and A. goeiinCffY. The amount of interest thai already seems to be taken in the formation of an Agricultural Society for the Central Richmond, at Coraki; augurs well for its formation and future success, and the sooner some practical steps are taken in the matter the better^ As a very old resident, landowner, and esteemed correspondent, ' Chemus,' in our last issue, says, ' It is out of the qnestion to think that the farmers of Woodburn aud Coraki would send exhibits to either Casino or Lismore,' consequently the district is not fairly represented in any department; and it is to remedy this defect that we wrote advocating the formation of a local Agricultural Society. Then as ' Che mus ' eays again, ' I had a chat with some of the leading men of Wuodburn, and they said that if the Coraki people started a Society that Woodburn would back it up.' Now with such a guaranty success is absolutely certain, and as we said before, some practical steps should be at once taken to give...
Fairfield Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
VairHchl Soldilcld. Tiiib field is attracting the attention of rniuors, speculators, businoss men of all classes, and from outward appoarancos will rank oaual to anv field vet found in tha colony. Scott's have sold thoir iuterests for £9000, Smith has disposed of half hia interest for £4000, and since thon a fortieth share ? has boon sold in Sydney for £1000 — making this claim worth £10,000 Tlioso who havo boon fortunate onough to socure good positions and can show favourablo prospocts should consider them selves lucky, for uo doubt should the first crushing prove successful oach holder will havo : n opportunity of making tha bost of his intorest horo. So far tho field looks oxtonsiv , and somo lich discovorios will yet bo uiado. Roid and party's battory will bo at wiirk 1 the last weok in October ; thoy arc pushing forward _ with the work admirably, and tho appliances for saving tho fine gold are to bo of tho best .procurablo and latest iinprovomonts. Tho . tramway from tho mill r...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE! I AitnnuT.8. Soptombnr 93. — Tomki, r., Cnptnin Jackson, from Fvduey. Passomrer-)-- Mcsdames Wurrnv, M'Cnllneh, Riinn, Wik'ly, Smith ; Misses Bnbilriski, f St.- Clnir : Me'iira.': Boptnn; .Dow, Murphy,. CHrroll.-vMtirphy, . .Qpppor, Stonier, Hutehiuson, nnd 16 iu tho'slofTfiLrn. Cnrtrb, 250 tflS^oiimiV'ThorclinhfllTOV'^'Tj'eft'1' Svdn-*y at O.SQ.p.nv on21st, crossed thii Rioliinond But at 1.S0 p.iiv on tlio 23 rd, and arrived ni'Oornki at 10 p n»r^»lie1^S!'1il»W''Bxt»BriCTced'Kfflit' westerly nnd northerly wiiids. with fitio weather throughout .thp.pns.Wi.\ 4' 1 September^!?.— Bellinger, 264 tons. Cap tiin -B. - Alloy, frii'm - Sydney.1 .: Passengers — Mr. nnd Mrs. Gray and family. Cnrsro, 150 tons ireneral merchandise. -*' Left Sydney, on tho 21st, and ciosso} .tho Riohmond Bnr at 1 p.m. on the 23rd, nnd arrived nt Coraki at 5) p.m. same ^ny. Experienced fine weather throughout, t.lip pns«neo. September 27. — Queen of -the South, Cnp tnin Wood, from Sydnov. P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Shipping Notices* BB. NICOLL'S line op steamers . running TO AND PROM SYDNEY. The Mngnificont Now Steamship RICHMOND, C28 tons register (under the commaed of Captain B. At, let), is now making fast WEEKLY TRIPS between the Richmond River and Sydney. The RICHMOND has been constructed at a cost ot over £20,000, spcoially to meet all the requirements of this trade. The passenger accommodation is of tho very highest class, and ia the best on the line. Tho vewol is provided with MuhIo Saloon, Shade Dock, long Fronienado Dock, Bathrooms, &0- ? ? AGENTS: Bflllina ? ? ? Woodburn ? J. Lang. Coraki ? O. Stamford. Casino ? P. (». Crouch. Lismoro ? ? ? E. Coleman. JOT All Cnrgo to and from Casino and' the South Arm of tho river free of droghage. B. B. NICOLL, Victoria Wharf, Sydney. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN the Richmond River District. JOHH 8EE and CO.*8 Line of Steamers Until further notice tho Favourite Passenger Steamers HELEN NICOLL and AUSTRA LIAN will run as follows:— The s.s. ...
River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
River Steamers Time-Table. The following timo-tablo is published for general information : — Snrali L.Hixson leaves Lismoro for Ballina at 8.30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ; and Bnllina for Ijismore' ovcrv Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 n.tn. ? ? — Florrie le-ave.s Balliua for Lismore every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday at 8.30 a.m ; and Lisiiioro' for Balliiia every Taesday, Thnrisday, -anil Saturday,' at ? 8;30. a.m. Tho Messenger, loaves Woodburn for Lismore 'everv morning (Friday* excepted) returning to Woodboro in the: afternoon. - The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday; We.dneSduv and Friday at 9 a.m ; 'and .'Cfsino ;fnr Coriikl every Tuesday, , Thursday, and Saturday. . ; Tho Itviugtoii lenves Casioo for Coraki every 'Mouday,.' Wtdnnsdiiy,' and Friday^ ani :Coraki for Casino every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m.
Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Religious Mcnkoranda. Giiurak ov ?'Eynr.'ANn. October 3. — Woodburn; 11 a.m. nnd 7. 30 p m. Cohiki, 3.30 p.m. ? 10— Wpnflburn, Confir-; mation Servics.: 11- a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. (Bishop) ; Broadwater, 3.30 p.m. 11 — Ballina, Evensong ' 7.30 p.m., ' and Meeting afterwards '(Bishop'.Vi-lS— Blilliua. Mee'iug 3 p.m. (Bishop.) Ro\vF.E. Hiyviland.. r-™~-3?RBB-BHESMYTt?BW!f . CllDHClt. - ? ? ? ? October 8 — Casino, 11 a.m.; Bexhill, 7p.m. 9.— Oaklands, 7v30-rp.ra'.'* 10— Cornki, 11 a'.m.';' DeeprCroek, 3 p.m. Casino, 7.30 p.m;— ,T!e^,T. Marshall.- ?; : . Prksuytertan Cihjkoh of N. S: W. Ontoher 3 — Lismore, 11 a. m.j and 7,30 p.m. Wyrallah, ijlpim.- 'J-— Lismoro;. |ll a.ml ; Clnnes, 3 j\m. ; Bexhill, 7.30 p.m. — R. Iuglis, M.A. ?* Cnrmqn.7 O^t-her 3— Eureka (Mr. .Tolin'son's)^ 11 n.m. Bnxhill, 3 p.m. ; ?Lismoro (Lord's Supper), 7.30 p.m.;-7TRe(y. Fredk. C. Boyer. October '3— Lismofp, ]la;m; ';'Irvin-rton,: P.30 p.m. ; Ca§inp.7.30.p.m.— Rev.:.Tns..H. Lpwin. October 3— Pimlieo,ll a.m. ; ...
A Valuable Fodder Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
A Valuable Fodder Plant. Johnson grass, a cereal lately imported into Viotoria from America, has been tried on the Government farm at Dookie with fair success. Mr. Henderson, the manager, thus describes it It is now without a rival, and is the most useful summer grass of any of the 86 sown on the farm. It is destined to become an invaluable fodder plant for the colony. The characteristics of this grass are said to be that it takes full possession of the soil when once rooted. The stalk makeB excellent hay, and the roots afford good food for pigs, Twenty pounds of seed will sow an acre broadcast. It bears a high character in America. — T. and O, Journal.
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Official Correspondence. Tne following lotters addrossod to Mossrs. Ewing aud Ilogan, M's.P., havo boon handod to us for publication : — Dopartmont of Publio Works, Sydnov. 4tli Soptombor, 1880.— Gontlomon,— I am 'directed to acknowledge tho receipt of your lottor of tho 12th instant, with Petition onclosod, on .tho .subjoot of cloaring Tuckombil Oroek, South Wood burn, aud ,to, inform you that tho mattor . has boon roforrod for tho report of tho Engiueor-in-Ohiof for Harbours and Rivors, aud wlion tho noeossary information has boon rocoivod, a further communication will bo made to you. I have, &o.— Joutf Rae, Undor-Secrotary. Dopartmout of Publio Works, Ofllcoof Commissiouor and Engiuoor for Roads, Sj'dnoy, 21st Soptombor, 188G. — Sir, — Ro- forring to your lottor of tho 7th instant, rospocting bad state of Puut approach at Sandy Creek, Richmond Rivor, I havo to inform you that tho local officer roports as follows by tologrupli : — ' Re state of Uungawalbyn Punt approaches,...
Clever Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 October 1886
Clever Escape. An inquiry was held recently at Windsor, before Mr. Becke, police magistrate, and Mr. Maclean, Comptroller of Prisons, respecting the recent escape from the local gaol. It appears that two prisoners, Alfred Murley and John Duffy, effected their escape on the night of the 7th instant, by cutting with a sharp instru ment the frame of the cell door, causing the bolt to lose its hold. They then picked the padlock of the storeroom in the yard, from which they took a supply of private clothes, and then picked the padlock, securing the main entrance-gate, aad got away. Warder Gillies locked them up for the night, but omitted to search them before doing so. One of j them was under sentence for three years, and had been twice convicted, aud once i before had made bis escape from a gaol.