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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

SHIPPING lNtEtilii&ENcii . ? . * ' AiwtVALa. Y\ ; xir 1° or of tho 86iHli\! 8/f-CS&ptftini ' ooa^froin Syiinoy. l^asgonijqi'^^r^ Cnvotiii^^ nnd 1. m 0m p^ftrnjro» Cnrg-n. 40 ton* 'irmrrnl UiOroliniidise. Loft, on tho 22nd nt tnidnk'ht, orosseA the Richmond ftnv lit. 5 a.m. on tlio 2iit.li. ftntf arrived nt. Coraki at 11 a.m. samo day. Experienepd VnriaMol-wihds and fine weather auring tho^.pnssasro;: ;.T. Storov, ngmitwf njj .;i , OotoWv _S8.— ' i'nmkj, _s., Captain Jnnkspn,. from Passengers— Mesdamos Pnshley, AVTiIpp*-. , Ewiucr,' FpgaivvCulyort ; ...Metm ..Seicc), 01nscov\f,iVftt-t,jrf(fToi;,.ByiMi,eB..LnmnjHl,l Kwlgwa'-, Ii« wronoe, Whipps; Diirkiri, Trid Cook, nnd 10 iu.tlie;,stqerti'gn. Cargo, 200 tons -gonoral- moriihnndiso. Loft Svdncy at. 3.30 .p.m. on 26th. oros«ed ttliq, Richmond Bur (it . '* 7 a.niJ'on tlib 7th, and nrriVcd nfc! Cnriikf at 1 p.m. tho s.imn,)daY.r Kxperionp»d. fresh' S.'W. and S.E: winds; with fine Weather 'during tlio' ?pBRRngO.!! ;-v- -a ...

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 — 29 October 1886

Shipping Notices* ^B3SQbE3ita» rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBLTC IN X tlio Richmond Rivor District. JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers. Until furthor notico tho Favourito Passenger 8t-amors HELEN NICOLL aud AUSTRA LIAN will run as follows : — Tho d.h. HELEN NICOLL, Captain R. A. Fraser, leavinpr Sydnoy SATURDAY NIGIITS, nt 9 o1 clonk. Loaving (irnftnn WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'clook. The s.R. AUSTRALIAN, Captain H. C Clmd leiirb, leaving Sydney TUESDAY NIGHTS, nt. 9 o' clonk. Leaving Grafton SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 5. 30 o'clook. : . g^vThoso steamers oall regularly nt Liiw rcuee, Rooky Mouth, nnd llnrwood Island, for passengers by tho Cusiuo, Woodburn, and fiwan Bay Coaches: , FARES' Saloon — Single ? ; ? £2 0 ft R-itmn ? 3 10 0 8teorago— each w.ty ? ? 10 0 RETURN TICKETS avnilnblo by oitlicr stvamcr. JOHN SEE nnd COMPANY. gODTH. ABM TRADE. THE STEAMERS Emma Pyers and Triton ,iro now pcrniimrntly eiijrnjjod in the trndo between CASINO and CORAKI. All Carpro brought by tho Bellin gor, A, or...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Kciiiiiious Mcmnraiiila. r 'i 9 EI j S V I'Oit u riniPbp iT3xot.\VD'iS i w 'Xi- VI Ootnhnr 31— Woodburn.: 1^1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.' Cnraki. 8.30 li.m. 'ifoveVAhnr 1 — (All Sain'sj , jWoodl-mrri,' ,7.'30/. jiin'; ; [ N.dvpinb.o.r/ 8-^Bal« linn, '7.30 pm. Noveniher 7 — Wondburn1, 11 jRthi'and'WSO p;ni; :'kTJr-vulwaterj- 3 p.m; — The Rov. F. E.JI.ayilnnd. i '?/. ?? ^..'.WEfPRYAV CltUROn. ... . ' : 'Ootober a.m. ; ' Alstonville,' 3 p.m.l;-'Tiisniove,-7.30 p.m.1 ' ? - November# — NLeersijhnum,-iiip.-30 a.m. : Cowr .,,lonfr, 3 p.ni. ; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. — llovj ?-V- 'Fredk;-C.'Briver.'' ' r-- i J ; 31 — Lismore. 11 a.m. ; Irvington, P.30 p.m.'; .. Casino. 7. 30 .n.m.- ? . i : vl?pyombor'7 — 'Wvrallnh. 11. am.:' Trvinirt.nn; '3.3(1 p. ni.' ; Casino,';7.30 'p.m.— ^ Rov. Jas. H; ?'?'''Iiowin.'' . .1.,. - ; i 31-rlfot;thiiCinnns Mr.- ijolm son's).- ,11 -a.m. ; .C(, Bexhill,. 8tP,m. ..Novnmbor -7 — Bnngawalbyn; 3p.m. — Mr. R. T. NTorthnott. . 5 31— Wyrallah'3 p.m. November 7— Nowrybar,' 2 p.m. A...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Wreck of the Dunnottar Castle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

: Wreck of tlie Dnmiottur ; t'nstlc. , Tub ship Dunnottnr Castle, bound from Syd ney, to San Frnne.isi'.o, was .wrecked on an ? island in tho South Pnotflri ' O'comV AH' thp crew-Were landed; ' The first.'mittb'atid- frix of the crew went m a boat for assistance, mid ? succeeded iri' reaching Horiolulunfter'n perilous ? voyage of 52 , days,: during,; wliinh-.timo,- they , ; underwent. great. . privations., ^ ..The,. Hnvyai'!1' Government. spnt.,a rcliof st janVor Vo Tescii'n'ithb crow' -ritid'on her arrival ' at5 tllio' islands-she found a lot.tnr.from ! tho'captain stating that, all hands had been taken on board the ship . .StltTiam^Vood; ihmjnd: for Sim Fra.neisnn, -after j .beipg.ou , the. island; fpr 33( flayfl.,., .Tho IDurinpt taf Castle 'was an' irpri' v'essol Jof 1702 .' tons, built on the Clyde' in '*l'874!. and - oWned ?' 'by Messre.; EiSkin'nbriaiijl'Cp.Y of Glasgow. In length 'sh» measured,; 25Sft.; 2iii., ;her beam was 38ft. flin.. and depth 'of linld'23ft.. 'Bin. ' The...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Official Correspondence. Tite following corrospondonco addrossed to Messrs. Evving and Hogan, has boon haudod to us for publication - r . Gonoriil Post Office, Sydnoy, 19 th Octobor, 1886.— Sir; — Roforring to my lottor of the 1st July lasSt, ackiiowlbdging tlio rocoipit of ..tlio petition prosontod by you from Messrs. W; JvM.'Auglioy, D. Itiordon, J. M'KnuIty, and others,' of Tuckorimba,, far tho ostablishmont of a Post-odice at that place, I am diroctod by the Postmastor-Goneral to inform; you' that- in : viow of the : Bhbrt distance tho pbtitiohbrs rosido from tho Coraki ntid Wj'rulln'h Post-oflicos, thoro sooms to bo 110 nocossity to ostablish oiib at Tuckorimba, but . it^has been doeidod to ostablish a Reeoiving oflioo at tho placo in question, 011 tho ? lst~proximo, undor tho clmrgo',of Mr. Jamos M.'Aughoy.' / I havo, &0.—S. II. LAiiin'ox, . Socrotary. f Gonoral Post OlHco. Syd nov,-'l th Octobor, 18S(-. — Sir, — I am directed by tho Post mastor-Gonornl' to ncquaint,yo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Church ot' England. A MEETING'' for tlio promotion of a toa 1 mooting ??irf aid of tho Oh 11 roll Organ Fund, ' and ti pionic for tho Sunday Shool child i nn , was hold at tlio Ohurah'of England on j Tuesday lust. Prosont— ltev. F. M. liavi land, ,(iu itho chair), ,Mosilainos Y--«g«r, Ashwopd, '..Percy, Storby, Ooopor ; .fctissos Yoagor antl'Mobbs; Messrs. A. Hooko anil F. B. Watts. -7 Prayors' woro read by tho Chairman, who oxpliiinqd'tho objoct of tho meeting. ' It wiis proposod hy Mrs. Yoagor atul seconded by Mrq.' Asliwootl, and carried,'; '.That funds bo colloctod to obtain provi sions for tho toa mooting. Mosdamos Yoagor. Porcy, Ashwood, and Miss Mobbs woro appointod collootors, and agrood to act as such and it was arranged that thoy should moot at Mrs. Ashwood's houso on Saturday, (tho IJOtli instant), at 3 p.m. It was doeidod to hold tho ' toa mooting on Thursday, tho 4th Novembor at G.30 p.m., tho prico of admission to bo— adults 2s, childron Is. Mr. Hooko proposed and Mrs....

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I. O. G. T. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

'I. it. «. T. Pursuant to advorttsemont, a lecturo* Was dolivorod at tho School of Arts ou Monday evening last by Mr. II. Perry, Evangolist, undor tho auspices of tho moinbors of tho Star of Hopo Lodgo, I.O.CKT., Coraki, 011 tho subjoot' of ' liuloponflont Ordor of Good Tomplaristn— ils objocts.' . . Thoro waro nearly 100 ; iiorsons prosont, 'and tho chair was occupied bv W. Yabsloy, Esq.; J.P. Aftor tho sitigitig of a Tomporanco Odo tho -Chairman introducod tho spoakor, i who dolivorod a, lengthy und, oxhaustvio address on tlio formation of {ho body ' of. Good Tomplars, from its incoption in 1S5I, whon tho, first lodgo: was formed : in;-: Syracuse, Amorica, tlio Excolsior: by 'one Lovorot E. Coombo, Tho speaker- thon traversed tho . Good Tomplar record; ? pointing:- out ' tho remarkable propress mado in America from tliat. datb, and (hiring 0110 yoar, 'when ' 'a man named - Curtis was mado .tho first Grand 'Worthy Ohiof Tomplar; who during tbat'timo had instituted IU lodgos, and in...

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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 1886. BEFORE W. Yabslev. Esa., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Coraki Police Court. ?»-. Monday, Ooxoiikr 2'1th,/18S0.v ?Bkvokb '\V. Yabslov. Bail . . J . Pi.' 'f ' 'William John M'Aughoy was brought hoforo tlio Court oliargod with, that hb'did in tho month o£ April, 1830, aud boforo tho soqtiostration of his oatal.o, , sooroto eprtnm goods with , iutont to dofraud his creditors. -? Mi'.- AllinRharn uppoarnd for tho Ofiloial Assignoo, and Air. N. J. Simmons for tho aoousod. ' Oonstablo' Jariios KSgors, h'oing sworn, statod : I atn a polico oonstahlo stationed at. Ooraki, and- noting Olork of Potty Sossions, and. -by virtuo of tlio warrant I now 'produce I arrostod tho iicbusod on tho 23rd of Ootobor at 'Ooraki road ' tho warrant, whon aoousod said, ' I oxpootod this, I-hpard.froni Sydnoy a couplo of days ago that 0110 had boon issuod ' ; a short tnno aftorwards ho said, this cornos of going in with partnors ' ; thon took him to ,tho look-up ; I now pray for a romand for oight days for tho production of furthor ovidenco. ?? '' '' Mr. Allingham t...

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The British Occupation of Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

The SBritisti Occupation of *2Kyi»4 Tiie Standard statos that the French Government are considering military aud naval _ plans to drive England from Egypt. , It , is statod that Sir E. C. Herbert, Pormanont' Under-Secretary for tho Colonies, is, about to procood on a mission to Berlin with' the view of soouring the Bupport'of Germany to the maiutonanoo of tho British oocupation in Egypt. ? ltussm and Turkey approvo of tho action whioh is boing taken by Franco for the neutialisation of Egypt and tho Suoz Canal. Mr. Waddiugton, Frouch Ambassador iu 1 London, has been formally instruotod to i mako representations to Great Britain on I the subjeot of tho continuod occupation of I Egypt, and to urge an early withdrawal of I tho troops from that country,

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Prince of Wales' Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Prince of Wales' Birthday. A public meeting was held at Mohb's Commercial Hotol on Saturday ovoning last for the purpose of making tho necessary arrangements for impromptu snorts to be hold on tho 9th of Novombor. There was a fair attendance and Dr. Connor occupiod tho chair. Aftnr somo discussion, resulting in a decision that the timo at disposal was too short to arrange for athletic sports, it was doeidod that a cricket match botwoen the Married and Single be played on the abovo ddto 011 tho cricket ground in front of the public school, an equal number on oach side, but tho number not to bo limited to eleven, and that tho losing side pay for a luncheon for tho players, &c. It was proposod by Mr. Mobbs, socondod by Mr. Fogwoll, and carried, — 'That as the Lismoro Band was expootod to visit Coraki on that date the Socrotary thoroof bo informed as to tho cricket match with a viow to its boing prosent.' On tho motion of Mr. L Benaud, seconded by Mr. Fog well, it was resolved t...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

llricT illeiitioii. Dairying 011 an extensive snalo will bo commenced shortly at tlio Lagoon. ' ?; Parliamont will moot again 011 ' tlio' 7th Deoeinber. Edith O'Gorman mobbed at Lismoro Tuesday nisrht. ThoV-ottse1:. of r M'Cracknn v.':- .Crouoli^ 'for;. supplving'tohairs ;to tliii Casiuo C'luneil, hoing an aldonnan, was dismissotl, Messrs. . J, O. 'Irving; O. E. Cromnioliii, and J. Whito.adju dio'ited. . '? ? ?? : i ( '' Goodrich's (laud) case is.; postponed until noxt, Court.' ' . . Nominations for [-tlio: sWyrallali Handicap must, bo in by tho 2ild November. Now store opens on tho, 1st; November, p Another trading steam trading launuli on 'tho river. Jfnrried v. Singlo oriokot tourntimout on tho 9th November. Mohhs caters. Plain and Fancy Drcss Oriokbter's Ball same night. * Allingham wants to make C Iraki a suburb 6f Lismoro. ' ' No you don't Jndgp.' ' ' 'Queensland unom|iloyed won't tako 7s. a day for pieoo ': work. Those :p'ebplo don't like working between meals evidently. Reeo...

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Serious Fracas at Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Serious Fracas at Lismore. By wire, and from other sources, we learn with regret that a serious fracas occurred at the Albert Theatre, Lismore, on Tuesdav nieht last, on the occasion of Mrs. Auffray's (Edith O'Gornian) delivery of a lecture on ' How and why she escaped,' .and 'How she was converted.' Into the merits of the question we cannot — neither do we care to — go ; all we can do at present is to sincerely deplore that any bitterness should be stirred up by introducing sectarian feeling and differences in a young colony like this) especially when we have such miserable experiences of its effects cropping up from time to time in the old country. - ? Cnnilcn ' op- ? Ejjolanb Tba Meeting and Pion'ic.' — As may be seen on reference 'to .our' adyertising.columns a tea ineetintr, and picnic in* aid of 'the ' Cliiir'oh'of 'England Orgtiu Fund will take place on ithe, 4th and 5th proximo. The tea meeting will be held at the School of Arts, Bridgo-Rtreet, and-tho picnio party will meet...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Vote of Censure. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

? lLptc of Censure. ... tProm Hansard.] DURING tbe discussion on the above Mr. Swing made the following remarks s If one were to lay himself out to Hud ?fault and expose abuses without attempt ing to show how bettor tilings may bo done in an unthinking country and by nn unthinking parliament, he might possibly . pass as an intelligent man. It nppears to me that wo now havo a number of inconoclaats in tho Opposition who wish to break the images we have and offer us nothing in return. It is no unusual thing to find all the patriotism of the country and all tho honor on the Oppo* ' Bition side of the House. That is tho ground those hon. gentlemen usually take ' Up. But it appears somewhat dillicult to Understand how all tho honor, patriotism, ?tad integrity of New South Wales are With the present Opposition. Somo Bolution of the difficulty is otfered to us : in the words of Dr. Johnson, who said patriotism is the last refuge of the Bcoundrel. I do not make this remark in a personal sen...

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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

. Lisuiore. [mOJI OUB COBHESPONDENT.] Emm O'Gobman. — On last Friday evening Edith O'Gorman, r tVip , oscapcd. nun, addressed ono of tlib largest and most inlhiontial meotings, in tho Albert Theatre, ovor held in Lismoro. Tlio Kev. (J. II. Uurrey took tlio chair, being supported on tho right and left by a largo number of the loading rosidents of tlio district, including tho Rov. Mri Boyer. Tho Chairman introduced tho lecturer iri, a few briof and well chosen remnrks,' bopirig that tlie audienco would givo her an attontivo . and. orderly, hearing. Miss O'Gorman said that as slio had been requested to lecturo again in Lismoro, slio would tako for hor subject for that ovening ' Convontualism, and Romish' Tcacliirigs.' Hor discourse lasted for nearly two hours, nnd although thoro was an attendance of some G00 porso'ns, - including: all denominations, fa: very orderly mooting ensued. ., Miss O'Gornian again lectures lioro to morrow niglit. 'How and why she escaped,' ' and ' How she was c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

^1 HURC II OF ENGLAND. A TEA MEETING, in aid of a SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC and CHURCH ORGAN FUND, will bo hold at tho School of Arts, Bridgo-streot, on. THURSDAY EVENING noxt, tho 4th November. 'Admission— Adults 1 . . . . . . . 2s. | Childron . . ... ... Is. Toa on Tablos at 6.30 p.m. rjp O B U I L - D E R S. ? Tondora will bo rocoivod up to Saturday, 30th inst., for tho Erootion of a SIX ?ROOMED COTTAGE in Yabsloy-streot (labour only). Plan and specification may be seen with the undprsignod, 'to whom tenders must be addressod.' , ROBERT BUGDEN, Coraki. rp o. ; .l . . e t. ? A FIRST-CLASS SHOP and' DWELL- ING, 8ituato in- Allwood-streeti Coraki, closo to tho Govornmont Whart^suitable for General Storo. Iroamong'ery;'6r Fur nishing Warohouse. ' For particulars apply to *%.??- ? O. STAMFORD, Auctioneer. |l O L E ' T. Tho STORE and DWELLfNG'HOUSE at tlio intorsoction of Richmond Torraco and Yabsloy-streot, latoly in tho occupation of Mr. Goo. . Hnghos.-s, It is a splendid stand for a Stor...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Sporting Hciiin. M. O^Briori, tho rider of Bon Boll, was laid £2,000 about;his mount 011 Saturday. This is the secbiul (iino O'Bvion lins stoorod a winnoi; in tho Caulfield 011]), Tho Qmion of tho Ainorican trotting traok, Maud S., still holds bur own with all compoti l irn. Slio recently trotted a quarter of a,inilo in ;UJ- s3eondft, a- 2.G 'gait,'. and ; soino thno aftorwards'slib throw tho same distaiioo behind her in- 30 J seconds, or a 2;2 gait, -so she may bo' expected shortly to boat her own record of 2 minutes 8J seconds. ' ' : , Tho raco for tho Raco Club Tlandioap. 'at the mooting of tho; ;Taniworth .. Jpolcoy Club last, week, which was won by Comiis, endod in a complication. A country paper tluis refers to the matter: — ' After tlio race, ,01m of ..tlio. ho'rseowubrs entorod- a protest / against 'tlio winner, on tho ground that tlio distance 'was half -,a-f u, -long, short. -In answcrito. a question tlio' A.' J.'C. secrotarv wired biiok to Tamworth that tlie.avcnt must ha...

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Preserving Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

l'rtscrvlng Slack a peck of lime in sufficient water in a barrel ; when quite dissolved, fill the barrel half full of water. Pack fresh eggs in barrels or jars on the small ends, and cover them with the clear lime water. Then cover them with a muslin cloth, and over this pour one inch of the thick soft lime from the bottom of the - barrel. Keep this covered always with a little water. ; Eggs so pub up will keep per fectly for six months if fresh when put down. The following is another method, r— Two and a-quarter lbs. unslaked lime, six ounces of salt, half an- ounce cream of tartar, to1 three .'gallons of ; water. Boil the water, and pour it over the limo and salt. .When cold, add the cream 'of tartar. Put the eggs in next day. A widow lady residing in Newry, while in the act of removing an old safe, discovered a deposit receipt for £200, which it is supposed had been lying there for a number of years unknown to any person. It is conjectured that the receipt had been placed there b...

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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

Tbe A'olitical Situation. As indignation meeting was held in the School of Arts, Granville, last evening, for tho purpose of protesting against ' tho reckless way in which the present Government has managed the affairs of the country.' The building was crowded, and the assemblage was presided over by Mr. T. II. Marshall. In opening the proceedings, the chairman said that the meeting was convened for the purpose of allowing the electors of Granville and district to enter their protest against the slovenly and slipshod manner in which affairs of the State had been dealt with by the Government, and also to ask his Excellency the Governor, us tho repre sentative of her Majesty the Queen, to dissolve the present Parliament, and send the various representatives to the people. They were well aware of the difficulty the country was in at the present time owing to the large deficit which they had to encounter, and it is behoved them as Australians to enter their protest against the way in wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 October 1886

| Sires of the Season TO STAND THIS SEASON, NEAH COIUKI, ' 1 raH'?' - Tho Thoroughbred Ilorso ? welcome. 1 WELCOME is a dnrk Chesnut, hy Warlike (imp.) ; dam Topsy, by Wlialobouo ; g dam Rosobud, by Piisford (imp.) TERMS ? £2 r-8 single mare. Two or moro maras tho properly of samo owner £2 cuch. ijgT Good grass and plenty of water, and evory euro taken of mares, but no responsi bility incurred. All mares must ho retnovod and paid for hy tho 1st January, 1887. MARTIN DORAN. rpo STAND THIS SEASON JL At Codrington, and travel tho surrounding district, Jk®-'MTh0 -^owor^ Draught TTorso PLANTATION, By Plantation (imp.); dam by Lincoln (imp.) ; g dnin by Essex (imp.) ; gg dam by Shortlcgs (imp.) ; g g g dam by Dray man (imp.) TERMS ? £2 10s. per marc. A liberal reduction mndo for two or moro mares tho proporty of samo person.-' Good securo paddocks provided ? and ovory caro taken of maros, but no responsibility in curred. ' , : Royal Plantation ' is about 1GJ- hands high, with great bono a...

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The Economist on Sinking Funds. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

The .Economist on Nlnking ?Funds. We' oxtracfc tho following from an articlo in tho Economist oil 'Sinking Funds ' : — ' It is very groatly to be hoped, for tho sake of tho investors in this country who have laid out so many millions in ? mort gngo upon tho resources of tho colonies, that tlio public works on which, our money has been spent will be found so remunerative that the necessity of now borrowings on the smallest provocation will bye-and-byo bo avoided, otlierwiso wo may expect in tho futuro, as in the past, that when tho time comcs to pay, back a loan it will bo renewed' for a second long term of years, or paid for out of new borrowings of larger amount.; Whon, for instance, tlio period ' arrived last year for. Canada, to deal with its 5 per cent, stock and bonds for CJ millions, it renewed them - at .4 .-.per cent, for another 24V years, and, oddly enough, amongst tho amounts carried : forward was the £1,950,000. which it ' had ? accu mulated by way of sinking fund, inste...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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