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The Flounces of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

The Flounce* of New, South Wales. Enquiries aro being made on thft London Stock Exchange as to whether tho deficit of £2,000,000 announced in the Now South Walos Parliainout is additional to tho deficit which has beon previously declarod. Now South Walos stocks have rocodod J per cont. { ' Othor colonial stocks were depressed, but havo sinco rocovered. ? The Times says that tho gloomy views of Sir Patrick Jonmngs in regard to tho fiuancial condition of New South Wales aro doubted in tho city, aud it remarks that thoy aro possibly tho outcomo .of the rejootiou of ;his measures. Tho Standard considors that tho figures put forward by tho Premier of New Scuth Walos aro incredible.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

-1'nbilc Mvctiiig. A TUBLlo mooting was held at J\tr. Tames M'Aughey's, ltivorview, Nortii Arm, or. Monday evoning last, to' tako -into, con- sideration the advisability of urging ou -the- (Jovornmont tho establishment of a ?post-ofHco at .that place. ?At tho timo appoint otl, about 18 of tho leading rosidents met, and apologios woro rocoivod 'from numerous others, who woro prevonted from coining through tho inclemency of tho. weather. , : . - Mr. Samiiol Baxter was voted, to tho ?chair, and road tho advortisemont couvoning ?the moating, aud -statod that ho felt groat pleasure in boing present, aud still greator pleasuro when ho lookod roiiud unci saw on I such a night so many prosont to orideavour ! to obtain what ho considered thoy were [ justly ontitlod to, tho establishment of a local post-ofTico. It showed thoj' wore unanimous iu the causo thoy camo thoro for that night, and, taking it into consider ation that Itivorviow was situated on the oast bank of the North Arm, and midwa...

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

General Notices. j JpRELIMINAKY NOTICE. ATHLETIC SPORTS, &c- Anniversary Day. 20th January, 1887 , .Tho LOYAL STAR OF THI3 NORTH Oddfollows' hayo docidcd to hold SPORTS on tho- Coraki ? .Racecourse on the nbovo date, whon an attractive programme will be offered. Particulars i'. a futuro issuo. P. CROOK, Hon. Soc. pro torn. pUllLIC NOTICE. A MEETING will bo held nt NOLAN'S HALL, To-morrow (Sat uri.'ay) nt 7.30 p.m., to -take r stops toward* 'ho Cloariug and Layiug-out of tho Comotory. By roquost TIIOS. NOLAN. p U li L I C NOTICE. City STntual Life Assurance Society In referonco to a paragraph appearing in two. local papers, that Mr. W. A. Noble had boon appointed Agent for the above Company, I bog to notify that such ap~ pointmout is ouly an outside canvassing one, and that I still hold the llosidont Agoncy. W. J. M'AUGHEY. Coraki, October 12, 1F.86. JOB PRINTING and BOOKBINDING noatly exocutod, at* reasonable rates, at the HERALD OFFICE. A trial re spectfully solicited. Auct...

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

LATEST. MARKET QUOTATIONS; (From tho Managor Claronco ltivor and North Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Tiiuhsdat,'(! km. ? - Maizo. Rs 3d to 3s 4d ; Eggs, lid ; Pigs, 5d jper lb ; Cnlves, 20s to 00s ; Fowls, -1h ; Cutter, Is per lb. ; j

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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OUR OWN CONTINGENT. BLOOD STALLIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

? OUR OWN CONTINGENT. Blood Stali-ioss. . These we will take as they stand in our list; first amongst which, for more reaspns: than one, conies Welcome, the property of Mr. M; Doran, and standing at Coraki. Anybody who ever saw that handsome and game old horse. Warlike, need make no enquiry as to the paternity ?of... Welcome, for, like Osmau and Mussulman, lie carries his own character about with him. Welcome is a dark chesnut, having a splendid admixture of the Warlike, Whalebone, and Pitsford blood, and is about as neat and compact a horse as you could find ; and, put to suitable mares should get A 1 hackneys. He has a beautiful temper, his paces are wonderfully good, his breeding is undeniable, and he is a sure foal getter. Mr. Doran has a valuable property in Welcome, and the stock we have had an opportunity of inspecting certainly do him no discredit. There are not many strains of blood as good as 'Warlike's, his progeny, almost without exception, have turned out first class, a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sires of the Season. THE GRAFTON CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Sires of tlic Season. THE GRAFTON CONTINGENT. ~Tfi KSH ai'o represented by Stookclalo, Bntley Boy, nnd OaUlamis. The first tiatried of wlncli, Stockdalo, ia a diwk brown horso, as handsome as a picture, 'With any amount; or brooding, and with ari ' unbeaten vccord on the show ground. His performances' ou tlio turf, before he was put'to the stud wero most creditable, and shows at . onco that for a turn of sjjeod, handsomo appearance, and unde niable breeding, lie is hard to bett. Ho stands; at Caraniann,. South Grafton, and his owner, Mr. T. A. Small, is an enthusiastic lover of horse flesh, and is ito be complimented on tho possession of ?such an animal. Butley Boy, a draught entire,, is .0110 of .a class of horses seldom seen in 'Australia. Like all fine bred Suffolk Punch's his legs are ns clean as a blood horses, no vestigo of hair .about tlietri at all, but tho bono is thero and any amount of musclo to help it along. He is ; just the sort of stallion to get good, active,'; light...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

llrlcr Mciitloii. Wisdom hath proved liim«6lf a fool. Meeting UK burial ground nt Nolan's hall to-morrow night. Ask for Balzer's Lomoiialo. It is tho host made ou tho Richmond River, 13 feet of wator ou tho Claronoo Bar. They aro talking, of having a rogatta ou tho racecourso plain instead of races this year. Gooigti, tho ox-champion amateur runuor, defeated Cinumiugs iu a raoo for 10 miles. - ? ' Beacli and llanlan aro recouoilod. _ ? -Jnok M'Elliono is to the fore agaiu, slating tho Government for extravananoe, eBpooially in tlio payment of travolliug expenses to 'officials. Well dorio ^ook ! Edith O'Ciormau, thoosuapol nun, is looturlng ou tho Clarence. A corrospoudeut writing to the Tarn worth OnsKitvKit warns people from going to the Fairfield goldlields for sotno timo t.t-como.^ Govbrnmout won't grant a slicd at tho Swan Bay wlinrf. Sunday excursions becoming fashionable on tho Clareuie. 2000 bags of maizo lost in .tho steamor Woodburn. ? ltain is gonoral aud very heavy in som...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Hires of the Season. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

' (Sires of tt,c season. {Continued from last issue.) ftoTAt Plantation, the property of Mi*. W. Walsh, of Oodrington, is by 0110 of the best entires that ever oatiie to the Clarence district, and that is not saying U little,, and' for getting strong and active farm horses he would bo very hard to heat. He is by Plantation (imp.), dam ?by 'Lincoln (imp.), g dam by Essex (imp.), g' g dam by Shortlegs (imp.), g g g dam, Drayman (imp.) ; is a good sound cbesnut, ?with wonderful girth and limbs, I6jj hands high, measures in girth 82$ inches, arm 28 inciics, and cannon bone very nearly 12 inches, and is very muscular ?withal. His temper is excellent, and. he h'as that long swinging stride that is so much admired by those requiring strong and active horses. He took first prize at CaMno. against a big field, and a foal of his took first prizo the same year'against large number of exhibits, and last but not least be is a sure foal-getter. His Stock up to the present time — he is a young hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

pUBLIC NOTICE. I have ia my possession a DARK BAY PONY, with long tail, branded HK on the near shoulder. If not claimed within fourteen days he will be sold to pay expenses. Apply to JOHN WHYTE, Butcher, Coraki. LOST, from Mr. W. Yabslev's paddock, Coraki, DARK BROWN HORSE, white hind foot, fairly aged. Would the finder' kindly leaVe 'same with W. YABS LEY, Esq., J.P., and oblige. JMPOEI ANT NOTICE. A MEETING will be held at MOBBS' Commercial Hotel on TO-MORROW (Saturday) EVENING, at 7.30, for the# purpose of making arrangements for* IMPROMPTU SPORT? on the 9th Novem ber, Prince of Wales' Birthday, when the, Lismore Band will be here. rp O B U I L D E R S. Tenders will be received up to Saturday, 30th ihst., for the Erection, of a SIX ROOMED COTTAGE in Yabsley-street (labour only). Plan aud specification may 'be seen with the undersigned, to whom tenders must be addressed. BUGDEN, Coraki. JOB PRINTING and BOOKBINDING neatly executed, at reasonable rates, at the ! HERALD OFFICE. A tr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. I — — (From tho MunngorCluronco River'tand North ? i G'outt Farmors' Association, Limitod.) . ?; [By Tologrnph.] SYDNEY, Thursday, 6 p.m. 1 Maize is selling at 3s 3d por bushel ; Eggs, Is por doison ; Pigs, 4d to 5d per lb.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. Russia declares she does not contem plate occupying Bulgaria unless unforeseen occurrences compel her. The Commissioner of the London Police warns the leaders of the Socialists against joining the Lord ^Mayor's procession. Another gang of moonlighters has been captured by the police in the Co. Kerry. Three times the capital required has been subscribed for working tho Coro mandel gold-field, New Zealand. The Times, commenting on the Colo nial exhibits at the late Exhibition, gives Victoria praise for its manufactures, but its textile goods will not compare with New South Wales. New Zealand gives great credit to the South Australian wines as being much stronger and sweeter than other colonial wines. Mr. Warmon, Conservative member for Bridport, has been appointed Attorney-General. LONDON, Wednesday. General Macpherson/ Commander-in- Chief of the British forces in Burmah, is seriously ill. The Socialists in London have deter mined on organising a processio...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Eating Before Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

ICatlng llel'ore (ilcrp. It is a common impression that to take food immediately before going to bed nnd to sleep is unwise. Such a sugges tion is answered by a reminder that the instinct of animals prompts them to sleep as soon as they have eaten ; and in summer an after dinner nap, especially when tli9 meal is taken at midday, is a luxury indulged in by many. Neither darkness nor season of the years alters the conditions. If tho ordinary hour of the evening meal is 6 or 7 o'clock, and of the first morning meal 7 or 8 o'clock an interval of 12 hours, or more elapses without foot!, and for persons whose nutrition is at fault this is altogether too long a period for fnsting. That such an interval without food is permitted ex plains many a restless night, and much of the head and back ache, and the languid, half-rested condition on rising, which is accompanied by no appetite for breakfast. This meal itself often dissi pates these sensations. It is, therefore, desirable, if not essenti...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

Itlver Stennieri) Time-Table. Thb fallowing tiine-tablo is published for general 'information : — Sarah L. ITixsnn leaves Lismore for Ballina at 8 30 a.m. pverv Monday. W*pdnesdav. and Friday;;, nnd Ballina for Idsmoro every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. ; -. Florrie Ipbvpr R-illinn for Lismoro every Mon day. Wednesdn -. and Friday at. 8 30 a.m ; And Lismoro for Ballina evprv Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismoro evprv morning (Friday oxeepted) returning ? to Wood'htiVn in tho nfterooon. The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino pvpry ;. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at. 9 a m : ..and Cusino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday,- and Saturday. ; Thp Trvineton loavos Casino for Coraki every IMondav, Wednesday, and Friday; and , Coraki for Casino evpry Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m.

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [kuom our own ooubespondent.] ' ' SYDNEY. Wedstesday. In the Legislative Coiinoil the Civil ScVvico Aniondnicnt Bill was read a first timo j tho Factories and Workshops Bill, and '? tho Medical Practitioners' Bill are partly through committno. Tho House agreed to the Assembly's amendment on tho Municipalities Act Amendment Bill. ? In tho Legislative Assembly the Council's amendments on the Vine Diseases Bill were agreed to. Tho resolutions adopted by tlie Com mittee of Ways and Means wore read a second time, and the Appropriation Bill was read a first time. The House then went into committee on the Loan Estimates, and adjourned at 1 o'clock. Colonol Raymond died yesterday. The steamer Hero arrived from Cambridge Gulf with 250 returned Kiinberley diggers. A seaman of the Nolson,. ..named Michael Burt, fell from a height of 15 feet and was killed. The Herald's correspondent at Kira berley says the prospects of the field have improved, and a few parties have | done well. S...

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A Forty-knot ship. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

A Forty-knot Mliip. Pbopbsror 7?. TT. TuTinsTov, in a p-innr. .on 'The Limit of Speed in Ocean Trivel.' remarks '? It may ho considered as not improbable that those of us who live to the next century may see tho Atlantic crossed in ices T.nan innr nays. |o accomplish such a result vessels may bo built capable of attaining twice the speed of tha fastest steamers now plyinpr between Europe and Amorica. The great Cunarders. tho TJmhrn and Etruria, can make in a smooth sea about twenty knots or 24 miles ; an hour. Tho ill-fated Oregon was scarcely inferior, and the ..America and t,he A uranla are of but little less speed; Therefore a ship equal to tbo work expected by Professor Thurston must fteJim at. the rate of 40 knots, or'47 miles an hour. So doinp: sho would cross the Atlantic in 80 hours, or less than three and a half-days. The Oregon was 500 foot : loner, 64 feet hm-it* of beam, and 7f-00 tons measure ment. The Etruria is 520 feet long, 57 feet beam, and of 8000 tons burden. The...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Rather Hot [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

Rather Hot. The London Correspondent of tho Sydney Morniiig !ll6rdld 8(iys : — Recently the two) sons of tho lato John Bucholor (to whom tho Liboruls of Cardiff , havo erootod a, statue} waylaid Mr. Lascollns Carr, oditor and proprietor of tlio Western Mail, tho loading journal In Wales, and boat him sovorely. Thoy ploadod us thoir j ustifioation that ho had published in his papor tho jfollowiug attack upon tho momory of thoir father. It was in tho shape of a suggostod epitaph for tho statue and ran thus: — ' Iu honour .of John Butchnlor.a nativo of Nowport, who ; early in lifo : loft his country for his country's good, who on his return dovotud bis lifo and onorgies to sotting class against class. A traitor to tho Crown, a rovilor of tho aristocracy, a hater of tho clorgy, a panderor to tho multitude, who us first chairman of tho Cardiff School Board squandorod funds to whioh ho did not contribute, who is sinboroly mournod by unpaid creditors to the amount of £50,000, who at tho cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

. Special Advertisement* [An extra oharge of ,20 por oent made for ad Vertisomonts inserted in this column.] 'jyj '' E : 'D '' I .vO;. ? A , L. f. e. c«s\oa, M. B., M. Cit., EniNDURan UwivKnsrrr, - T: may be consulted at MoWs^Hotel, Coraki, Daily; ' and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH. WOODBT7RN', from- -l 0 - to- 1 { o'olock, 1 ' ? 1®- EVERY TUESDAY. (li » f I ( iJ i' - ; i- .- f «' * - *. \ O O K OUT FOR , rX.1!.!!! ».; IiB. 1 1 IN COtt \KI, NOVEMBER,1 1886/ Apply for full particulars to , MUNR0 and AI'DOUGALL, - AnctionoBrs, | Casino and Lismore. Agent at Coraki — , , ., ; ?- W.' A'. NOBLE. ; : ? ' NONQWAM DORMIO.' i .. THE . , ; , liiclrmmrb' fliiircr ' 0VnrIbf AND ' NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PuDMSnED AT COJIAKT EVKUY FrIBAY JIonNINQ. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 18S6.

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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

Fnlriielil. [fiiom or n special contiESroNHEvr]. This field may bo said to ho in a hoalt.iy etato of progression, especially in regard to inorease of business and population. What was known as the Government Camping Reserve has recently boon taken possession of under tho business liceuso system, and all tho most suitable portions on ench side of tho main road talcon up and built upon. Competition promisos to be pretty keen shortly, especially in the hotel and store line. , Mr. Allison has orocted a now hoBtolryin this now township, and othors are spoken of. At tho old township of Drake, about a milo distant, things aro beginning to look somewhat brtter, several buildings aro in course of oroction anil when ^completed tins part will have a different aspect. Mr. Scott's hotel has Mien Into the hands of Mr. Thos. Schofield, of Tamworth. Tho post office is hold in connection with this hotel, therefore a fair business is dono at night timo, and on Sundays. A tologrnph ofRco is bndly need...

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OUR RAILWAY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 October 1886

OUK RAILWAY raon'ECTS. Perhaps the subject which is most prominent in the niinds of the residents of thesi; northern districts at the present time, is, as to whether the Grafton Tweed Railway, which is supposed to bisect &nd serve two of the most valuable sections of country in Australia, will eventually pass the Legislative Council, and gradually become a solid and gterified fact, or whether it will be relegated to that limbo with whieh we have been so. intimately acquainted — to our sorrow — for so many years, the dark and dismal rcgions of neglect, and a : stagnation , .which is as' abominably unsavoury as it. is unjust. From the tenor of some of the speeches in the Upper House tlie prospect of the aforesaid line passing is a very dim one, and obfuscation certainly attends its passage. The. reference ofjt to a Select Committee does not in any great measure dispel the clouds of doubt and darkness which encompass it, because that may mean so many things. Amongst other thing...

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 — 22 October 1886

Business Announcement Extraordinary. The lor titer n Star GENERAL STORES AID BAKERY. SEU JEFFER Has much pleasure in announcing that the above Stores are now opened with the LARGEST STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE on the river, which has 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 tMii any other storekeeper in the district. a I 0 ? o a cb I ir1 §3 m w u od £ , a m s g p3 | SPECIAL NOTICE. With the view of keeping pace with the times I have erected Large and Commodious Premises, Stores and Bakery combined, and as heietofore, 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. I ^ I o » ^ * a I iw % 1,1 o w S '''3 a B f I X O I I 3 I M I W f ^ The ' Northern Star' steamer will run as usual, and Goods can be pur chased at customers own doors at same...

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