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OUR REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

' «cr nicViiMJK. Notwithstanding *otir contintially borrowing money from- England, and expending some of'it'inHvhat are called re-productive works, our revenue, despite our new system of additional taxation, is not...in- as; flourishing a condition as it should be. The actual revenu.e ; of -this year falls. short Of that of last year, anS the increase of £750,000 prognosticated by SirPatricn Jennings -lias resulted in', a decrease of £22,395. Altliough the revenue for the first nine months of the year shows an increase.- of £312, 000; moTe 'than the coVres pending7 period «f 1885, it must be borne in mind -that this resulted from £he' imposition of ad valorem and specific duties. The quarter's land revenue shows a decrease in 'payments of £.29,000. Auction sales yielded less, as did the payments on conditional purchases. The receipts from pastoral leases shows a decrease, of £7500 j .bdt .in mining; leases tlierc' is an increase of about £2000. The rentals of pastoral 'lands for the...

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 — 15 October 1886

Business Announcement Extraordinary. Tlie Northern Star GENERAL STORES ANW IlikEKl. Hi Has much pleasure in announcing (hat the above Stores are now opened with (he LARGEST STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE on the river, which lias been most carefully selected, and being purchased FOR CASH, he is in a position to supply his constituents with FIRST-CLASS GOODS at LOWER RATES than any other storekeeper in the district. cc g . 0 . ? DQ 81 B I ?.«! s OQ « £§ ga I SPECIAL NOTICE. With tli© view of keeping pace with the times I have erected Large and Commodious Premises, Stores and Bakery combined, and as heretofore, Goods of First-class Quality only are kept in stock, at Prices which defy compe tition. My Bread is too well-known to need comment, and is delivered as usual around town and by boat and steamer. 8 O I O i 2 s 5 3 Pi zn LrJ f w O -*» H M ?tJ 2 i is ? * o » I ^ I w I The 'Northern Star' steamer will run as usual, and Goods can be pur chased at customers own doors at same prices as c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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An Attack on Irish Harvestmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

An Attaek on Irish Uarveatmen. Four Irish harvestmen have been attacked by English labourers at the village of Deeping St, Nicholas, near Spalding, whicn it is feared will result fatally. This village is visited by a large number of Irishmen every harvest time, and scarcely a season passes without a fray . between the visitors and the local labourers. At Spalding Petty Sessions four young labourers, aged from 18 to 25, were charged with inflicting grevious bodily harm upon Thomas Durkin, aged 50, an Irish harvestman from Sligo. It was stated that the complainant was lying in a critical condition in the Union Infirmary. His statement was handed in. It is said that on a Sunday afternoon he and three fellow-countrymen were walking quietly along the road when the prisoners attacked them, commencing by knocking him down with a heavy blow on the head. His mates ran away, He crawled to a haystack and hid himself. The prisoners came back and found him, and commenced kicking him about the he...

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 — 15 October 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AhntvAia. 'A Vr October 7. — Tomki, ».) Cnptniu g.Tncksou, from Sydney. PnssongpYa^Mosdiimea' Millon, Kemp, Young Brown, ^WflllamsJ* White V Misses Mellon (2), M'Ailister (2) Messrs. Coekoroll, liyloR, Miilloljt; Thomas/ ! Gi-ayi Kemp, Holing, AViokhnin^Miloa, .tohnaon $);. ©won, Matin, ICeop, nnd 7 -in tho steerage. Cargo, 150 tons general merchandise. Left 'Sydnev at 0 p.m. on 5th, crossed tho Rioh hiond Bar nt 2.36 p.m. on the 7th nnd arrived 'nt Coraki nt 10 p.m. tho sumo day. Ex perienced strong N.N.,15. winds throughout 'tho passage.? ? - October P. — BeMVofrcr, p., 2(14 tons. .Captain ' Jlr 'Alloy; ? from''' Sydney. Passengers — Mr. . IE., Ross, -Cargo,- 100 tons general merchandise. Left Sydney ont.ho 5th , at. 11 .p.m., passed ''Nonl I?onVs'iil~noon on tho 6th, Sinokov Cape nt 7.30 a.m. on the 7th,,ctofisc I the Richmond Bar at .5 a.m. on tho 8th, and arrived at Coraki tit ,5.30 p.m. same. day. Experienced - moderate northerly winds to Heal Robks^ the...

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 — 15 October 1886

Shipping Notices. , gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. .!??? : ? Untii, FuiiTirnn Notick. Tho. Favourite -Now Twiu-Rcrew Steamer / TOMKI, under (lift olinrjjo of Cimro .Taoksok, will bo ' despatched from Limuovo about every. Seven Days. ' FREIGHTS and PASSAGES nt Current Rates. &?;? I'liHHnero Tickets available by any of ' tlio Company's Steamers from any 'River. AGENTS. Claronco Itivor: EDWARD OREEll, Oraftou. Richmond Rivor : JOHN M'JVENNAN, Lismore. THOMAS MOBBS, Balliua. W. A. NOIjLE, Coraki. Notk.: — Tim Coinimny liavo also decided to rim tbc n.s. PLATYPUS regularly, should suf ficient inducomcut olfer, R. COOKE, Secretary. C. and R. II. S. N. Co.. Sydney, .Tuno 1st, 18S0. ,Tho Company wishes to notify Farmers nnd others on tlio South Arm and surroundings of Ooruld that they liavo receutly erected on their property at Coraki, commodious Yards, whero Piga and Calves may comfortably and securely awnit shipment by first Sydney boat. 'I'lio Yards are roofed, ami a good supply of Wat...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Religions memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

,[ .Religions Memoranda, vv ' '! 'Cu'tmt'oF 'TCnolaxd. ? ' ' ? liOntoher 1 7 — Woodburn. ? 11 nim. 'and 7. SO p.p. 24-7tWotid1burn! at-rll a.m. ) rind ,7.30-.p;ml Broadwater, .at; 3.30- p.m.— The Rev. F. E. Ilavilanil.' 1 ' i , ;v IJhee Presbyterian .Cumicn. '''Qetnb.VIT-^Bexbill, It 'a.m.-; Lismoro,.. '7. 30 ' :5! p.m.— Eov: J.'Marshnli;/ . We-lkyaV Cihjr&u. Ootqber.riy-^Lisni'oro,/']'! a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Wyrallah. 3 p.m. (Sunday School jAnnivor sary jiervicDs.) ? 1. ? !...„ ? -- ? ? ? ; — ? =2?^IeeriohanmVll a.m.' Alstonrille, 3 p.m. Lismore, 7.3.0;p:m.r4rltov) Fredk. C. Boyer. Octohor.1 7 — 'Wyrallah. 11 a.m. ; Irviagton, P.3f) p.m. ; Casino ^.?lO.jp.m, jr ?)$ j-j ?» S4—Buh£awat6yri, lva.mV;'' Coraki (Sohool^of Arts), 2 p.m. ; Casino, 7.30 p,m. — Rev. Jos. H. Lewfa./ ] | \ r»| M October 17-rrinifliooi-tl 'aim:';1 Alstonville, ft p.m. 24 — Wyrallah,. 3 p.m. — Mr. S. T. Northcott. QbtolMrf fl-7-nrGoonellabn.h,: ' p.m:— Mr.: J. ' 'Inirliam. OntoW 24 — Irvirigtonj' '3 p.m. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

' DEPAnTTTIVRS. ' . ... iOeipper S.—Toinkis.',' for 8 VdnfflT. ' i * Ontoger 9— Bellmarer, p. , for, Sydney; ! ' .'i ,

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Nice Neighbours. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Alice Neighbours. A HonniiiLE murder was committed at Koenta Koenta, a penitentiary farm, situated a few miles from Noumea, by a convict employed on the estate, the victim being the wife of one of the surveillants. The unfortunate woman was gathering some vegetables when the conviot stabbed her with a large butcher's knife, the instrument penetrating to tho heart. He then went into the house of a surveillant and took down a double-barrelled, gun and shot himself through the head, death being instantaneous, On the 15th another horrible crime was committed in the Quartier Latin, Noumea, the victim in this case being a woman of the unfortunate class, who had been living with a libero. It appears from tho statement of the murderer, who reported the matter, and gave himself up to tho authorities) that after the depar* ture of a comrade, another libero, who had been spending the evening with him and his paramour, the latter began to abuse him and break the effects in tho slinpe of crocker...

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The Steamer Woodburn Ashore at the Macleay Bar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

The Steamer Woodburn 4 shore at the lllacleay Bar. A telegram in the Herald saya: — The steamer Woodburn left Kempsey at 2 o'clock on Thursday afternoon with, a general cargo und about 50 passengers. She left Smithtown at 5 o'clock on Friday morning, and started to cross the bar at 10 o'clock same morning. The steamer Belmore was towing her. When at an ugly corner of the channei the towline broke, and the Woodborn drifted on the South Spit. Every exertion was used to get her off again. On Sunday afternoon between 1 and 2. o'clock she floated into the channel in tow of the Belmore, and when elose ort the bar a violent southerly squall struck her and swerved her on to the North Spit, where she bumped violently, andi was in imminent danger, fhe anchors were carried out and dropped iu convenient places in the channel for the purpose of hauling her into deep water. This was effected at 10 o'clock on Sunday night, when alii the passengers believed themselves to. be in perfect, safety unti...

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The Great Harrier Island Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

The Great Barrier Island Murder. Jot! Adams, alias John Cnffrey, was brought up at Boat Harbour on Monday., ou suspicion of having murdered Robert Taylor on Great Barrier Island, New' Zealand, on the 19th June. The prisoner answers tho description in the Gazette of July 7. He was cleverly captured by Constable May on Saturday afternoon while crossing in tho punt from Deep Creek, whoro ho had boen employed painting the bridge. Stay was disguised ns a swagtnan, and said he wanted to havo a chat. The prisoner said ho had walked from Sydney, but he could not give a description of tho road. He said he had no firearms, but when apprehen ded tho police found a six-cliambered bulldog revolver, loaded, in his swag, and 11 cartridges, a gold ring, a lock of hair, a piece of black satin (apparently used as a piratical black ilag), sea boots, a heavy overcoat, and a muffler and socks such as are used in colder climates. He said he had been told he might want the revolver at the Queensland diggi...

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Fairfield Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Fairlield OoldUcld. It having been reported that the gold, so freely diseminated throughout the Prospector's claim (writes the Fair field correspondent of the Tenterfield Rkcoiid) did not go down beyond a few feet, the proprietors, with a view to prove the absurdity of this ex-parte statement, resolved to sink a shaft, which is now down 36 feet, on splendid gold, yielding over one dwt. to the dish, and increasing in quantity every foot. The claim being such a geological puzzle, nothing that can come out of it will be much of a sur prise to those who have been on the ground, hence it will astonish no one to learn that good gold has been found in the earth excavated for a tramline, as also in the trench cut to drain the upper part of the ground. The drain has been made from their low ground, and, in digging, a rich shoot of gold has been unearthed, about twenty feet from the boundary of the Prospectors claim, thereby enhancing the valuo of Messrs. Kelly's property, and proving the con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Business Announcements. J^CONOMY THE ttOAB TO WEALTH! Study Economy nnd Savo Monoy by Purchasing your d BOOTS AND SHOES | A. E. FRANCIS', ?** The Cheapest Shop for Boots aud Shoes IN THE DISTRICT. -Ahead of all Competition, A. E. FRANCIS deponds on SMALL PROFITS, and by purchasing all Goods in the Cheapest Markets, at tho lowest possiblo prices, which his long connection and study of the boot trade enables him to do, ho is in a position to give the VERY BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. 65* Everyono should call and soe tho LARGE STOCK of NEW GOODS, Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's Boots and Shoes, ' of ovory description, which ho is offering at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. REMEMBER— The Right Shop for Cheap Boots A. E. FRANCIS', Molesworth-street (OPPOSITE G. LARKIN'S) - ' ? li I S M O JR. Ifi. General Notices. CITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY [Limited]. Head Office : 49, Castlereagh-streot, Sydney. DIRECTORS : John See, Esq., M.L.A.. Chairman Hon. E. Barton, M.L.A., Speaker Legislative Assemb...

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Casino Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

C'UNhio ItcniH. [fjiom ouu conni!srosT)i!XT.l WHATiiEii-&e. — A nico stonily rain sot in on Saturday night and has continuod up to -tho prosout. Thoro is a splonilid spring in tho crass, and now. tho warm..wioathor is coming in there will soon bo an abtiudanco of --.food for stook. so thoro is a good harvest iu store, 'for. tho .squatters. : But, unfortu nately,-' thoso Individuals, aro 'few, though tlioir acres, aro many, and I thiulc a vory small porcontago of thoir profits finds itB way ,:to the ^pockets of- artisans aiid trados pooplo of tho town. l. rf Gun Stkebts. — As usual uftor a'fall of rdin our streets aro auklo-doop in mud and slush. It is a pity that whon the corpora tion make a stroot.-or form a footpath, that thoy don't motal tho former aiid gravol and koj'b tlio 'latter-; for, if a thing is worth doing at. all -it is worth doing woll, anda little woll dono would bo bottor than a groat doal bail ly or half dono. X iiotico a port.iou ' of work receutly done by ...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Auhoul of Ai'In. Titk rcsnal -monthly mooting of tho com mittoo of this institution, was hold or- Friday ovoning lash, wlvm thoro wore pioiont— Mosers. W. Yabsloy, prosidnnt(in tho. chair),. AL. TJoran, F, C'lilford, W. J. j M'Aughoy, A. Yabsloy, and W. A. Fogwoll. ! The minutos of tlio provious mooting woro road and conlirniod. ?' - Mr. Pogwoll movod, and Mr. M'Aughoy socondod, — 'That a stamp bo procured for stamping tho books, papors, &c., tho proporty of tho School of Arts,' Carried. ; Mr. F. Clifford movod,— 'That provision bo mado .in tho room at prosont used as a library, for a tablo, tho necessary chairs, choss and draught boards, oards, &c., for tho riinusoihont of tlio uioinbors; of tho iu8titutio'nj atid with tho viow ot rundoi'ing it as attmcfivohs possiblo, and somolhing moro than u moro lending library.' Socondod by S[r. W. J. M'Aughoy, and carried unaniinotisly. Ou tho motion of Mr W. J. M'Aughoy, socondod by Mr.. J.'\-g\voll, — 'That in fntui-6' tho- ...

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Alleged Fraud at the Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Alleged Fraud at tlic Lands Office. Some six weeks ago certain circum stances came to the knowledge of the Minister for Lands, which led him to suspect that one or more serious frauds had been perpetrated in connection with the Lands Department. It waB discovered that, the forfeiture of a conditional purchase of some 3000 acres had been reversed by some unauthorised means, and on inquiry being made it was found that an original leaf of a register kept in the Lands Office had been removed, and another leaf similarly printed and containing what appeared to be a false entry introduced into the book in the place of the one taken away. Further inquiry led to the discovery of a document or documents which are alleged to have been forged, and also it is said to a letter containing au intimation of what is supposed to be payment for services in relation to the forfeiture of the conditional purchase. As the leaf introduced into the register is printed, and an unauthorised printing of a new l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Special Adyftrtisements. [An extra charge of 20 pet bent, mado for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] '?Si f If - . j -.' M'| 0 ^ v.jts. cw.naroit, j w. B.'v/M. Cir,, EnrNiiunon University, may bo consulted at - Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; -, tmA at f \ ' v r i,-\ -.- MURRAY'S TTOTETi, SOOTH WOOPBURN, ? ? ? - from 10 to 1 o'elonk, ' ? * -3 r BVERY TDHSUAY. O O 'K O U T F O R. BIG UND SALE . J r, , { ?: .'IN CORAKI, V- 1 ! M ' 1 2'7'Tir : NOVEMBER, 18SC. Applv for ' fhtt ?particulars to * MUNRO and M'DOUOALL, Anctiioncors, ^ ^CASlXOjANp LlSMOltE. Agent at Coralti-^'' -? *? / . l- 'AV. A. ^TOliLE. ' 'jf-UNQUAM DOIUIIO.' .. f tcjiiijoivbf |' ^ORTIXEn^ piSTp.ICTS( ^^V^IITISER, PonusREt) a* Gbitk-KtT,VT.nY^Fnii)A-y Moe^jino. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1886.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

OUiuial CJorrcBpoiMleacc. The following lottors nddrossod to Mossvs. Bwing and llogau, M's.P., liavo boon handed to us for publication : — ' : Dopartmont of. Public Instruction, Sydney, ''7th Ootobor, . 1886.— Sir,— I am diroctotl'to acquaint you that tho lottors, datod ,2Gth . August last; and .,14th: Ultimo, requpstiiig. that. a. woathorshei- ..-may be oroctod at tho Codringtou Public School, are undor considorntiou, and that a ftirthor communication, respecting thom will 1 bo addrossod to j'ou as-soon- us decision in, [tho matter lias boon arrived at.- I hiiyo,' &6.— iB. Joiixsox, Undor-Secrotary. ' : Dopartmont of Public Works', Sytlnoy, 3th October, 1SS6. — G.ontlomon,- — Boforriug to your lottor of the 10th ultimo, forwarding a Petition ...from rosidohts :of -dwan Buy, urging tho-erostion of a Goods Shed on the wharf at that placo, lam directed to -inform you that thoro aro ,uo funds at present nvailablo for tho carrying out of tho work in question. I'lisivo, &...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

. . 8|i»r(liiK IHquin. Half-way Ilonso Ratios noxt Wodnosday. 11 wickota for 18 runs is good bowling, and this wits achieved bv a man naiiiod Son-oil, in a' matclibotwoon tho tJn-lau:itod und tho Nowtown Warnlnhs last wcolt. . _ . Javelin aud his jockey have bcon disqualified for 12 months, on aecoimt of the extraordinary running nil tlio Canterbury Park Haco Club meoting last wock. . - : ' Mr. lludston Read, who rocontly tlicd at York, was ono of the oldest owners of horaos in tho.north .of. England. -'Jlo -won - tho-Oaks iU yeu.is ago with Jlarehiouess, by Molbotirno ; and ho was, with tho lato llarou Martin, execu tor for- John -Scott,-- tlio - famous Whitfiwnll trainor. Mr. Rudston.Roid had not missed a race for tho Derby siiico 188M. i Tho Australian - cricketers liavo made 14 'duck's eggs ' iqi to tlio 21st Soptomhor. ' The. cent uries scored by the Australians liavo boon, as ..follows: — Jtjuos,., 151; j.Soott, 12!t; Uruco, ' l'Ofi. '? : ^Against tlieiri liavo boon W. G. . Gr...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The final results of the Bulgarian elections give 400 candidates favourable to uphold the Regency. The Russian consuls actively endeavoured to prevent the elections. Russia has notified that the Bulgarian elections are illegal and valueless. The Russian press regard tho settlement of the difficulty peaceably as hopeless, An American fishing schooner which entered a Canadian port without report ing herself was seized by the Cnstoms. The captain of the schooner refusing to lower the United States flag, the captain of the Canadian cruiser Terror, forcibly lowered the flag aud placed an armed guard on board. Lord Chr.rchill has arrived at Vienna. Trade is improving throughout the United Kingdom. The London Socialists purpose making a counter demonstration on Lord Mayor's day. Hanlaa and Bubeav have each chal lenged to row Matterson on the Thames for £500 a-side. Teenier also challenged Matterson for £200 a side. Baron Macleay is seeking Russian help for the ...

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Ministerial Visit [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

ininlNtcrlal Vlail, A mretinq of tho rocoption committoo f was hold at. Nolan's liotol on Wednesday | ovoning , ? IVosont— Mossrs. ' Yabsloy J.P. (in tho chair), Dr. Connor, A. Yabslov, W. Mobbs, Captain Storov' and I'l. M. I-. bpnng r.nd h . Uliffunl g (honorary soerotarys.) M ? . Tlio, .niinutos of tho provious ' moot'«gl j 'worororid.and.connrinod. f | A lottor was road from T. Ewiug, I j -M. P., in roply to a lottor of 2nd mst t stating that ho. would virgo: on tho Mi toriul Party to visit Coraki and Wootlb I ' Tho socrotarios statod flint a toleg n j hnd boon forwardnil to L. E. Copn, I ( J hou. soc., of tho Cusino Committoo, w|i0 ;; | had ropliod to tlio olToct that Messrs. Lyno 5 1 and Oarvivn and about 10 motnbors would r 1 visit tho district, and that it had boon I .arranged to tako thom ovor to Lismoro, by .1 lutith Also, that in rospotiso to ono sont J* to tlio Mayor of Lismoro,: a roply had boon J rocoivod stating that tho party would bo m tnkoiv from tlionco ovorhinil t...

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