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Great Hurling Match at Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 9 July 1886

Great Hurling Match at Lismore-   THE return match between the Coraki and Lismore teams was played at Mr. Beaumont's paddook, on Saturday last. The ' Jinnie Rush ' was chartered by the Coraki Club to convoy passengers to Lismnre, and left Swan Bay at 6.30 a.m., and Coraki at 8 o'clook, with about 60 on board. The morning broke beautifully fine, but from about 1 1 o'clock slight showers fell at intervals during the remainder of the day. A goodly number of passengers were taken on board on the way up, and Lismore was reached at 11.15. The Coraki         team then formed in procession and marched to Beaumont's Hotel, where a stay was made for refreshments. About half-past 1 o'clock a movement was mado for tho play ground, where, notwith standing tho inolemonoy of tho weather, about 300 persons had nsseniblod to witneis tho play. Shortly after 2 o'oloek tho teams wero out and roadv to commcuce operations. Tho tos9 for choi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Smash in Tasmania [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Railway Smash iu Tasmania Hobart, Saturday. — The inquest on the driver Bradshaw was concluded on Friday, when a verdict of accidental death was returned. The jury also expressed the opinion that the permanent way and rolling stock wera in good order, but at the time of the accident the driver was running the train too rapidly, and that the fireman injudiciously .-applied the brake. The evidence, in addition to that already published, showed that the driver was perfectly ...? sober when at Campania, the last station passed before the accident. The sufferers are improving. The Pre mier has received telegrams of sympathy with himself- and his collcguos from the Governor of Victoria and the Premiers of South Australia and Queensland.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advance, Australia! Wake up, England! [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Advance, Australia! Wake up, England! ?njxDEH tno abovo heading tho l\w,t, Mali, Gazettk, of January 1st, 188G, publishes tho following article in reforonco, to work of tho Stato Children's Relief Department of Now South Walos, from the Rev. J. W. Ilorsley, who is a lujfh authority on matters of social reform in England. ' Absolutely it is pleasant, relatively - it is unpleasant, to find how in many points America and our colonies aro ahead of us in social legislation and action. To some extent, in prison reform, notably/in temperance legislation, and as we shall now show, in the vital point of right dealing with those children who, as rescued from immoral surroundings, or neglected or .deserted, or pauper orphans, come under the category of Stato children, the old country has need to follow and learn whore slic should have led and taught. The m inertia: of prejudice, the Toryism of habit, aro apparently more against tho adoption of any scheino of social reform in England than in th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disgraceful Scenes in the Assembly SUSPENSION OF MR WISDOM AND MR SHEPHERD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Disgraceful Scenes in the Assembly. Suspension of Mu Wispom and Mr SiiEritERP. The 'brutal forco of a sullen majority,' ' upon which thn Ministry relied on Thursday night to enable thorn 'to rush tlio Customs Duties Bill ...through tho Assembly without debate, led to tho continuous sitting of tho House through tho whole of Thursday night and the whole of yesterday, without a break ex cept for refreshments. Tho humiliating conflict of hruto forco was kept tip again last night with almost unflagging vigor. The press ami tlio public were excluded from the gal lor ins from half-past, 2 o'clock yesterday morning, and, as might have been anticipated, when, members wero left to fight out thoir party and personal conflicts in secret, the result was a series of the most disorderly and disgraceful exibifcions that have ever taken nlaco. in tlio Legislature of the colony. Hour after hour mouthers sat opposito each other with all tho bitterest passions of political animosity in full play; level...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Business Announcement Dr. Waugli's BAKING POWDER. WAUQH'S BAKING -POWDER, nnd WAUGII'S .ONLY, Obtainod n First -class Award or First Dogroo of Merit nt tho INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, And no othor Caking Powdor but Waugli's rocoivod tho Great Exhibition Prize Medal. Tlio verdict of tho Chotnionl .Tudgos agrooing as it doos with tho practical tost of thousands of honsowivoa who novoruso any othor inuko, thus couclusivoly provos that Waugh's Baking Powder IS Tip: BEST. Do not thorcforo continue to uso nil inferior article wlicu WAUOii'S BAKING POWDER Mtiy bo obtainod by asking fov it. From Messrs. Elliott Bros., 'Wholesnlo Druggists, &o., Sydnoy. Wo linvo hud H vory largo salo of Waugli's Halting Powder for somo years, aud wo liavo always found it to givo tlio greatest satisfac tion to thoso whom wo havo sold it. From Messrs. Payno -and Sanfovd, Store keepers, Braidwood. Wo havo much pleasure in toslifyinur to tlio vei'v sunorinr minlitv of voar Dr. Wnmrli'a Bilking Powder, ft (...

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 — 16 July 1886

Brief Mention. Jack Frost. Fat cattlo shipping livoly. Coraki Jockey Club rules udopted. New buildings going up in all directions. First concert held in tho Now School of Arte. Fon wick's wharf at Ballina to bo onlargcd to 200 foot in lougth. First and s.icnnd mootings in the insol vent estate of William Bryant, of Balliua, on tho 23rd aud 30th instant It is announcod that tondevs for tho Now South Walos loan of fivo and a half mil lions, to bo issuod at a minimum of £94, will bo oponod on tho Kith instant (to-day) Lismoro voluutoors cau't bo brought up to tho scratch at all. Tho Northorn Luminary is fearful of boing oxtinguisliod, and is pouring forth torriblo jorouiiads in oucli issuo. Tho Richmond Rivor IIeuald soiling for a shilling a copy last wook, and only a fow to bo had at that. Woodburn has boon cancollod as a poll ing place, aud South Woodburn aud Jiggi appoiutod in liou thereof. Among tho shurohohlors of tho Panama Canal Company aro 1(5,000 women. In Augusta, Maino, a wo...

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 — 16 July 1886

Religious Memoranda. Church of En-gland. July 18— Woodburn, 11a m. Coraki, 3.30 p.m. Swan Bay (Mr. Smith's) 7.30 p.m. — Rev. F. E. Haviland. Roman Catholic Church. ?July 25 — Coraki, Mass ut. 11 a.m. Wesleyan 'Church. No serviccs'furnished. Free Presbyterian Cnur.cn. July 18— Casino, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Deep Creek, 3 p.m. 25th — Bexhill, 11 a.m.; CaBhio, 7 p.m. August 1— Casino, 11 a.m. ; Deep Creek, 3 p.m.-; Coraki, 7 p.m.— Rev. J Marshall.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Wednesday. -The rumour has been renewed that the Queen is about to abdicate the throne, in tho 50th year of her reign, in favour of the Prince of Wales. An important letter has been sent from Sydney regarding the Vaughn family, puu uiajjutu re lurwiu'uiiig tuu body of the late Archbishop of Sydney j also as to the receipt of the Archbishop's legacy to the Church, from Cardinal ; Moran. j In the cricket match Australia v. Yorlc . shire, the latter in their first innings made 158, and followed up their innings by scoring 231 for 7 wickets; In the first stage of the Queen's prize, Fenn, of New South Wales scored 31 at 200 ytfrds-j the highest English score being 34, ,, | The Union Bank has declared a divi dend of 14 per cent, and carried forward £16,000 to the reserve fund. A naval review will be held at Ports mouth on the 23rd in honor of the Austra lian colonists at present in England. V A riot occurred at Belfast on the 12th, ra|id a number of police and civilian...

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Fairfield [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Fairfield 'We are inch Wed to a correspondent for tho following particulars relating to the abovo goldfield. obtained durine a recent visit ; — Fairfield is reached by a very fair travel ling i;oad, in 75 miles from 'Coralci, and everything on the held looks iiealtny antl promising. Two hotels aie in course of erection, as are also soveral other business places and residences, a number of sites having been seoured for .these purposes. . A good advance is being made in the way ©j providing crushing machinery, all tho requisitos for one ten-head of stainpors battery being on the ground, 'with the intention of placing it on the claim of the owenr of the prospectors' area. Oarraich.nl and 'party are-getting a crushing machine from Mort and Co., of Sydney, capable of driving ten head of stampers; if required, although it is only intended to work five at present, they are down 50 foet and get ting good stone, Hynes and party aro down 60 feet, and tunnelling to cut tho reef, which thoy exp...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 9 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [FIIOM OUtt OWN COIUIKBPONDHNT.] SYDNEY, Tiiuksday, 9 p.m. An inquest was held on tho body of an infant found outsido tho gato of Mr. ? Richardson of Poteri^hntn ; when a ver dict of wilful murder was returned - ? against some person or persons unknown. A matcu lias boen arranged and articles signed, for n glovo contest for .£200 a-sido between Poter Jackson of Sydney, and Tom Lees of Molbourne, to coino oil at Foley's Hall on tho 25th of September. A deposit of X25 has been mado. Warrnambool potatoes aro quoted at from forty-live to forty-soven and six penco per ton. An extensive fire took place to-day at Taniworth, destroying tho Caledonian Hotel. Tho damage dono is estimated at j£3,000. A vessel was sighted bottom upwards off Brother's Cape by tho Hawko, cutter, en route to Cambridge Gulf. In the Legislative Council tho second reading of tho Stamp Dutic.s Bill was postponod for a wook, and the llobcrtson Grant bill road a first time. In the Assembly, Sir H. Parkes mo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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OUR TEMPLE OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

OUR TEMPLE OF JUSTICE. I One of the many tilings which is retard ing tlio rising township of Coraki is the disgraceful accommodation afforded for ?magistrates and suitors at our local court ; and considering that a sum of .£30S0 1ms been granted by the Government for tho ercction or a more suitable building, it would appeav that, in a measure, the disagreeable fact referred to is as much due to the apathy of the inhabitants as to any body else. We have visited a good many cities and townships in Now South Wales, and elsewhere, and we have no hesitation in saying that we have never yet found such a miserabla packing caso doing duty as a Temple of Justice as is to be found in Coraki. Fortunately, tho people of Coraki and its immediate dis trict are a law abiding people, and a vast amount of credit is due to tlieni for so being, when it is taken into consideration that the awful majesty of the Law is exemplified by a building, certainly big enough to swing a cat round in, but totally o...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

LATEST MAltKET QUOTATIONS. I SYDNEY. Tiiuubday MAIZE, 3a to 3h 4(1 por buxhol ; 1h 8(1 por (loz ; Fowls 3h Od to Us Oil pair , ChniF, Oh to 7s por bug ; Lucorno Hay, (in; Oaton Hay, Oh to 7s Od ; l'ifia, 3jd to -1 Jd p(,r lb; Calves, 62s to 7-a. Iiocf is worth 2!)h.

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Coraki School of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Coraki School of Arts A special mooting of tho committee of this Institution was held at tho reading room of tho institute on Monday lust. Present— Mossrs W. and A. Tahsloy, W. A. Fogwell, G. Hughes, and tho Secretary . Mr. W. Ynbsley (president) occupied tho chair. Mr Martin Doran expressed his willingness to act as ono of the trustees of tho land given to the institute by Mr. A. Yabsloy. On tho motion of tho Secretary, seconded by Mr. Fngwoll, Mr. Martin Doran was elected a member of tho committeo. That gentleman then took his seat as a member of the cominittcc. After considerable discussion the following scale of charges for lotting tho now hall was adopted, on the motion of Mr. Doran seconded by Mr. Fogwoll, viz: — Ball (public) 30s., do private 20s., Concert or other entertainment in aid of local institutions, &c., 20s ; Professional persons or thoso not resident in tho district 30s first night, and 20s each succeeding night ; Lectures for tho benefit of the public, frc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Special Advertisements. J^JEILLON AND LAMAN, Solicitors and Conveyancers, PniNCE-STHEKT, GltAFTON. MONEY TO LEND, iu various sums from £50 to £5000, on approved froohold security, at current rates of interest. Q H ALLEN G E. I, ALEXANDER M'DONALD, am pro pared to row A. Griinshaw, in equal boats, a distunco of Tlireo (3) miles for Twonty. Pounds (.£20) a-aido at Wyrallah (whore fair play can bo got.) Raco to bo rowed within ono month from malting tho match. Challenge opon for fourtoon days. ALEXANDER M'D6naLD. Wyrallah, Gth July, 1880, JRISII NATIONAL LEAGUE. A PUBLIO MEETING will bo held at MOBBS* HOTEL, Coraki, TO-MORROW (Saturday), 17tli instant, at 7.30 p.m., for the purposo of establishing a BRANCH of the IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE. , A full attendance of thoso interested is ronuostud. . .. PATRICK WALSII. ' Coruki, 1 0th Julj . ISSti.

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Coraki Jockey Club [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Coraki Jockey Club A general meeting of the members of the above club was held at Quain's Olub Hotel on Wednesday evening last. Mr. J. White, J.P., Vice President, ill tlio chair. The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. - The Socretary read tlio rules ana regu lations preparoa by tho committee. On tho motion of Mr. 13eutley, seconded by Mr. Mobbs, the rules, us read, wero adopted. It was deoided that 100 copies of the rules bo printod. _ - The mooting thou udjourued.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

General Notioos IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE 01' II. JOHNSON, Coraki. NOTICE TO DEBTORS. All thoso indebted to tlio abovo ESTATE are requested to pny their Accounts AT ONCE, to tlio Storo, or to Mr. II. JOHNSON, who hus our uuthority to oollcot. 1'. C. FERGUSON, Agent,, Coruki. . rpo BLACKSMITH'S, WHEEL .JL WRIGHTS, &c. A. Capital Opportunity. TO LET. — A Commodious and Wellap pointed 13 In (ilttstii itl i *h iiikI Wheel wriifht's Shop ; right opposite tlio Government Wlmrf, Coraki, aud coniiiinndin^ nil the trnfllo of tlio rivor. Forjre, Bellows, Anviln, Tools, &o., aro al ready in position in tho buildiug, and in good working order. Apply to J. GRADY, Coruki, or W. T. MOBBS, Commercial Hotel, Coraki. gOHOLASTIC. IHInm Curran wishes to notify that sho hns oommonoed a courHO of instruction for tho youug, at tho Sohool of Arts, Bridgo-strcct. Tho courso of tuition will embrace a sound Eng'ish education, with a thorough theory of Music if dcBii'od. Terms upon application. r...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, j Arrivals. July 10. — Qiipoh of the South, s., Captain II. Wood, from Sydnoy. Passongi-rs — Messrs. Solomon, Hobor, nnd 27 iu tlio Kteora go. Left Sydnoy on tlio fltlt instant nt 10 a.m., passod Smoky Capo nt 110011 on tho 9tli, a -rivcl nt the Clareuco bar at 7 p.m. sumo (lav, crossod the Biolimond bar nt 2 p.m. on tho 10th, nnd ar rived nt Coruki nt 9 p.m. samo day. Experi enced south -easterly winds nnd heavy weather duriug tlio passage. 0. nnd R. It. S. N. Co., agents. July 12. — Tomki, p.. Captain Jackson, from Svdney. Passtinirers — Misses Andrews, Benson ; Messrs Rush, Edwards, Holmes, Smith TTobbs Mnrkham, Rodirers, Dnvies, Jones (2), Fields, Pedwav, niul 41 in tho steernire. Cargo, 2C0 tons general mornhnndi.se. Loft. Sydney on the ? 10th instart at 12.30 p.m., orossod tlio Rich mond bnr at G.30 a.m. on the 12th. nnd arrived nt Coraki nt 1 p.m. sumo day. Experienced fresh south-westerly and westerly winds dur ing tho passage. C. nnd K. R. S. N. Co., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Shipping Noticcs. gOUTH ABM TRADE. T1TE STEAJrmtS Emma Pyers and Triton aro now Jiprninnrntly Piurnired iu the- trado ? botwoon CASINO and CORAKI. . : : All Cnrpfo brought by tlio HTCTTMOND, h,, or intended for sliipmont by her, wi!l bo convoyod FiiEi! of Chakok. Special nrranponiBiitH nun bo mndo for Droglmge, &o., on application to tlio Owner, It. PYEHR, Casino and Irvingtori. gTEAM TO AND- FROM SYDNEY. TJjmi. Fumtokr Notiob. ? v Tho Favourite Now 'I'win-scrow Steamer T»1NK¥, nndor tlio oltnrgo of Oavtatjj Jackson, will bo despatched from Listnoro i»bout overy Seven Days. FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Cm-rent ' Hates. W Passniro Tiokots nvnilublo' by any of , tho Company's Steamers from any llivcr, ? AGENTS. Olnronco Rivor':'*' EDWARD CEEEll, Grafton.1 Richmond Rivor : JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. THOMAS MOBBS, Balliua. W. A. NOBLE, Coraki. Notk, — Tho Cnmrmiv bnvo nlsn dpnidnd to rnn tho h.b. PLATYPUS regularly, should auf fieiont inducoment offer. It. COOKE, Secretary. C. nna R. R...

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Coraki Post-Office ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

Coraki PostOffice Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mails arrive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday and Thursday, nt '3.35 p.m.; and close for the samo places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p.m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallah. nnd 'Gundnr imba overy. Tuesday and Frid y, at 5. SO p.tn , and close for samo places every Monday and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Ccdrington evojy Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, nt 10.30 a.m. ; and close for.same places every Mon day and TTiursday, at 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for -Ballina, Wardell, and Broadwater. j

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River Steamers Time-Table [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 16 July 1886

River Steamers TimeTable The following time-table is published for general information ; — Sarah L. Hisou, leaves Lismoro for Ballina nt 8. 30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and TViday ; and Ballina for Lismore every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. Elorrio leaves Ballina for Lismore every Mon day, Weduesdar, and Friday at 8.30 a.m ; and Lismore for Ballina every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, nt 8.30. a.m. Tho Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore everv morning (Friday excepted) returning to Woodburn iu the afternoon. The Triton 'eaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; and Cnsino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The Irvington 'eaves Casino for Coralci every Monday, Wednesday, and Frid-v; and Coraki for Casino every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m.

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