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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals. November 8 — Bellinger, a., 264 tons. Captain B. Alloy, from Sydney. Pnssmiirers — Messrs. Spenso, Millies. Finch, Donaldson, nnd on» in the steorsgo. Carsro, 140 tons trcnoral mer obandipp, ClenveA Sydney TTendi nt. 9.40 p.m. On Fr.dnv, the !-lh, piuwl R«n1 Rooks nt 10 n.m. on 8at.n---hn\ the ftt.h. Timkinir Point at 10 p.m.. Smokv Cnpn nt 7 a.m. nn Sunday tho 7'b,- arrived Ihp Bar nt. .6.40 a.m. on tho 8t.h, and arrived at Cor-ki at 1 n.m. same day. Experienced tlinderate northerly wind io Seal Rocks, thenco to Smnkey Cap' fresh northerly winds with a hnnvv swell, lind thick weather und rnin : {rom Smokoy Cape to arrival mode rate 'sWhforly winds. November 8 — Queen of thn South, s.. Captain Wood, from Sydnnv. Pasopnirers — Mrs.Jennctt, Messts Jennett. Kelly. Kennedy, and 3 in tho st.eerajjn. Carsro. 40 tons vrenoral mornhan disp. Cleared Svdney ll«nd* nt 3. 10 p.m. on tho nth instllnt., crossed the Richmond Bar at. 3 p.m. on thij 8th instant, nnrf...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. f FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! SYDNEY, Wednesday. At the close of yesterday's play at Melbourne, the score of tiie Victorians in their tirst innings was 329. England had 7 wickets down for 333. An old Bendigo digger has unearthed 20 pounds weight of gold. SYDNEY, Thursday. Maize 3s 4d to 3s Gd per bushel. The market is very bare. The Ministers, after visiting Grafton and elsewhere, arrived at Sydney last night. A meeting of the Cabinet will be held to-day, when a Chief Justice will probably be chosen. At a meeting of the Intercolonial Scientific Societies it was resolved to form an Australasian Association for the advancement of science. A deputation from the Coachmakers waited upon the Treasurer, asking for the imposition of a 20 per cent, duty on imported vehicles and coach-building materials. The Treasurer would give no i pledge. In the Supreme .Court, appeal case Edols v. Searle, 'the bench by a majority' gavo a verdict for the plaintiff, the effect of which being t...

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 — 12 November 1886

Religions Atciiioramta. Church of England. November 14 — Woodburn, .11 a.m. nnd 7.30 ? p.m; ; Coraki. 8.30 p.m. 21— Woodburn, : 11 n.m ; Broad wntor, 3 p.m. ; Wardell, 7.30 p.m. 2R— Woodburn. 11 a:m. : Coraki, 3.30 p.m. ; Woodburn, 7.30 p.m.— The Rev. F. E. Haviland. . ' Free Piiesuvterian Cirnuon. November 13— Bexhill (Mr. M'TCirinon'sV 7.30 p.m. 14— Lismoro (Protestant Hnll), 11 a.m. ; Cusino, 7-30 p.m.— Rev. J. Marshall. Baptist Ohttrou. November 14 — South Woodhnrn. 11 n.'m. ; Buugnwalbyn, 3 p.m. ; Oakland, 7 p.m. — Thos. L°wpllyn. November 14 — Oakland, 11 a.m.— Supply. We-leyam Cnuncn. Novomber 14 — Dunoon. 10 a.m. ; B'xhill. 3 pm. ; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Fredk. C. . 'Boyer. ' November 14 — Lismore, 11 a.m. ; Irvington; ? .30 p.m. ; Casino 7-30 p.m. — Rev. JaB. H. Lewin. November 14 — Pimlieo. 11 n. m. ; Alstonville, 3 p.m.— Mr. S. T. Northcot.t, November 14 — Rose Hill (Mr. Nicoll's), 2.30 p.m. — Exliorter A. November 14 — 'Meerschaum, 11 a.m. Wyral lnh, 3 p.m — (S).

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Church of England, Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Church of liHKland, Coraki. On Thursday evening, the dth November, a tea mooting was held in the School of Arts, Coraki, in aid of tho Organ Fund and Sunday School feast, in connection with the above Ohuroh. The tea meeting commenced at '6.30 p.m., when the hall commenced to be woll filled. The tables, four in number, prosenteu a vory cnarmiug anu attractive [ appearance, having been decked by hands evidently au fait in the art required for suoh occasions. Sandwiches, cakes, sweets and fruit, interspersed with greenery and i flowers, won the admiration of the^ visitors, who were very eager in satisfying their appetites with the good repast. The tabjes were presided over by the following ladies — Mosdames Childs, Yeager, Storey, Rogers, Ashwood, and Wagner, aud toe Misses Yongor and Mobbs, Too much praiso cannot bo assigned to theso ladios for the gracoful mannor and iintjring energy with whioh thoy performed thoir duties and brought tho occasion to such a joyous and prosperous ond. ...

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 — 12 November 1886

. 8pecial Advertisements. [An extra oharge of 20 por cent made for ad vertisomcnta inserted In this column.] jyj E D I 0 A L. P. G. CONNOR, M. B., M. Cit., Edinburgh University, may bo oonsulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; nnd nt MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTIT WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, I®' EVERY TUESDAY. ' NUXQUAM DOUMIO.' THE '^icTrmxmft gLifrer Ijuntlb, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Pl711M81tED AT CoitAKt EVERY FRIDAY MORVINO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 188G.

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 — 12 November 1886

-i .Shipping Notices** I £1 O U T II . A R M TRAD E. THE STEAMERS Emma Pyers and Triton arc nowpcrmnnrntlr engaged in the trado between CASINO and OOHAKT. \ j tj®' All Cargo brought l-y tho Bellinger, ! I p., or intended for shipment by li«r, wi'l bo I ' oonvoyed Fmsk op Ciiahok. ill Special arrangombnts win lio mndo for I® Droghage, &c., on. application to tho Ownor, H R.(PYERS, Cusino and Irvington. ' i gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY.: Until FuirniKii Noire k. The Favourite Now Twin-sorow Steamer TOIHKT, under tho chnrjro of Captain Jackson, will ho. despatched from Lismoro about every Sovon Days. FREIGHTS mid PASSAGES - at ' Current Kut op. ? ' .«3T 'nssnsre ' Tiokots avail, iblo liy nny of tho Company's Steamers from any River. / AGENTS. ' | Olaronco Hivor: ? ???, j EDWARD CREER, Grafton. ? Richmond Rivor-: ^ J OHN M'l iTCNN AN, ; Lismore. ' 1 THOMAS MOBBS,' Ballina. J. STOREY, Coraki. ' ? . Notk.— Tho Company have nlso decided to ? run the s.s;'B.LATVPUS regularly, should Ruf...

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Woodburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Woodburn. TFeom a CoRnESPnwTMwr.l November 11. — The Prince of WaleB' Birth day was celebrated here by the bnldiug of Athletic Sports and boatraoing. The day was beautifully flue, and the Committee did all in their power to make the duy's sport a success. There was not a great many visitors present, owing, no doubt, to the numerous attract ions elsewhere. Appended is a result Of the various events : — 1st Race — Maiden Plate of £5, for all maiden runners. 11 faced the starter for this race, which resulted in an easy win for M'Lean, Marsh secoud, Corigan third. 2nd Race — Working boats to be approved by the Committee. Prizo £6. W. Hart, 1 ; J. Robinson, 2; J. Fraser, 2. This wan a grand race during the first part, but Hart drew away at the finish, wiuning by several lengths. 3rd Race — Handicap Skiff Race of £10. J. M'Loan, 851bs, J. M'Kinnon, 351bs. S. Davis, 201bs, J. Wilson, lOlbs. G. Davis, feather, started. This was the event of the duy. S. Davis and M'Kinnou had a great tussle ...

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A LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

A I-ESMKV Tue late riots at Lisuiore should suggest to the Government a matter that has ?been mooted more than onco already — namely,' the absolute necessity for better police supervision than at present exists in these districts. We venture to assert that there is no other colony in Australia where so many souls or so largo an nnrfirtCTR in til -i pprl in thfi cli:i ivrp nf nn n Sub-Inspector of Police, and when we come to consider that the Clarence and Richmond police district extends from the M'Pherson Eange on the North to tho Cathedral Cit}' of New England, Armidale, contains some dozens of police stations and many scores of men, and is placed under the charge of one officer, the need for some alteration in the police management of the district by the establishment of an. additional Sub Inspector on tho Richmond to control the police operations on that river, the Brunswick and Tweed, becomes at once apparent. There can be no doubt that in Sub Inspector Garvin we have a more tha...

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The Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

I The milnliiterlal Visit. Tue wonderful Miiiwtoriat visit has beon paid and Mr. Lyno and his satellites havo dopartod for tho olassio shores of Byron Bay, by wny of Possum Shoot, and tho Oornkiana aro yot alive and a largo numbor of thom intonsoly disgusted at tho scant courtosy accordod to tuoin by our visitors from tho initiation of tho proceedings. Tt. ttnll llrt ftlnf rtf. a nnlllin tnonf. ing it was docided to send an invitation to tho Ministors visting tho Richmond, and a spocjal invitation to tho gantloinon rep* rosouting tho Woodburn and Swan Bay interests, to bo present and assist Us in rocoiving and welcoming our visitors. To noithor of theso invitations was thoro any response, oxcepting a short noto from Mr. Ewitig of an especially indefinite character, A praisoworthy anxiety to endeavour to clear up tho Ministerial an Parliamentary muddle that they had made during the last sossion entiroly prevontod any picnicing with country constituents until a weok or so ago, wlion M...

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Prince of Wales' Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Prince of Wales* Birthday. I The principal ovout at Coraki on tho natal day of tho Hoir nppnfont to tho British throno was an impromptu Crlokot match between tho Married and Single, which was played on tho ground in Adams- stroot. Thoro was rathor moro than tho usual interest attaohod to tho matoh, not only on ncoount of tho backers of oithor sootion, as reproHontod by tho wives and swoot hoarts of tho mombors, or tho advent of the Lismoro Baud which was doWu for a picnic, but bocamo boenuso sovoral gontlo man_ had offorod Npocial prizes for various aontingoncios. For instanco, Mr. M'Neill, of Lismoro, gavo a basHinotto— oithor singlo _ or doublo as tho oxigancos of tho caso might demand— to tho highost scorer in tho match, amongst tho marriod men ; Mr. W. Mobbs a boat bat to tho highest scoror in tho match; Mr. J. Bonaud a gold-platod hunting watch for tho second highost scoror in tho matoh ; Mr. Goo. Cooper a meorschaum pipn valuod at 35s to tho bowlor taking tho most wickots ; an...

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The Timaru Poisoner. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

The Timaru l'oisoner. Tho Auckland Evening Star says that the Judge in sentencing Hall the Timaru prisoner, said ho was worse than a mur derer j that ho had achieved the distinction of being the vilest criminal who had ever boon triod in our law court ; and that had tho law not been altered, ho would oertaintly have forfeitod his life, nnd thoro would not have been any chanco of commutation of his scntcnco. Aftor strictures of so severea naturo no ono was surprised at tho denouement which followed— :tlio senten cing of tho prisoner to ponal servitude for tho term of his natural life. His Honor specially omphasised tho word ' natural,' and, no doubt, tho majority of your readers will at onco rccognisa what that means. After sentenco was pronounced, Hall leant ovor the dock and had some slight conversation with Ilia solicitor, and expressed a wish to seo hiui on Saturday ' to sottle some mattors of business,' after wliioli ho was hurried out of court, and tho Timaru cause c61tibre was...

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The Unemployed in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

The Unemployed in Sydney. We S. M. Herald are informed by the trustees of the National Park that there were about 200 acres of land which had been cleared, but not Btumped, at the park where the review was held. A man tendered to stump the lot at £3 10s. per acre, but the Government, being desirous of giving work to the unemployed, put on about «ou men to clear me easiest pari ui 11, £3 10s. per acre. As soon as they got to the difficult part the men objected to do it, and the Government increased their pay to £5 103. per acre. Mr. Moore, of the Botanie Gardens ; Mr. Fred. Want, and Mr. Walter Bradley, trustees of the Park, went out yester morning to provide fresh work, think ing that the work had been done. They found that, out of 170 odd men at present at the work, there were only five men working, the others lying about their tents absolutely lefusing to work — free rations having been supplied to them during the last few days, pending fresh work being let out. - The trustees hav...

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Practical Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Practical Education. Practical as well as theoretical instruc tion to carriage-builders in the principles relating to their trade is now given in the workshops of the Technical College. The Board of Technical Education recently received a set of six full-sized drawings of Coaches, &c., from Messrs. ? : i Hooper and Co., of London, through. ' ,1 Messrs. Woodhead and Sons. Bradford' I and Sydney, with the following letter v , j ' In accordance with your promise, we . ' send you this day six full-sized drawings of carriages as a gift to the Technical - , College at Sydney, and shall be glad in ~ , due course to receive from tho collego ' authorities an acknowledgement that the drawings havo safely reached their desti nation. We would add that the designs - h are more French than Englieb, having been made in Paris by one of our , workmen, whom we sent to that city to acquire the French method of making full-sized drawings of carriagea, ami whose services we have retained for the...

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The N. S. W. Working Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

The UT. 8. W. Working Man. The Now South Wales working man has been the subject of a couple of interesting letters in tho Times, which have placod this individual beforo tho British public in two very different lights. Mr. David Buchanan, of Sydney, writes to the leading journal to say that, having j had manv inauiries addressed to him since his arrival in this country as to tho * ? position of labouring men in your colony, ho thought it well to state fully tho opinions ho had formed on the subject aa the result of his 34 years' experience in New South Wales. The purport of Mr. Buchanan's letter is that, although there are occasional periods of depression, yet, on tho whole, no labouring man who ia gifted with industry, sobriety, and a fair amount of versatility need ever be without work in that colony. But he must be prepared to turn his hand to anything which crops up, and must not be afraid of work. When he himself first went to tho colony, Mr. Buchanan says, ho had to take his c...

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Gold Find at Solferino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Gold Find at Solferino. Nkws was received in town on Monday last by Mr. 1 .Tames Lsird that a rich vein of gold bad beon found at Solferino by two men named Rose, from the Richmond River. They had -beon prospecting for nbout three months without, success. The find was accidental. One of the men returning to His hiit todk up a rlirt. fnim .tlie root, -of a tree. On washing it . they found colours wbioh iu'duood them to set to work trenching. The prospects led thom to pprsevere for a couple of weeks, nnd they ultirontely found a mullocky lead or vein impregnated with quartz showing gold. Last Saturday week they sold 2oz; of gold, wliioli they said was all they bad got up to thnt. time for three months' work, but this was only a ' blind,' not. to oxcite attention. One of them wont to Fairfield (not knowing that there was a mininn registrar at Solferino) ft r the purpose of taking: up the claim. They liavo sines sold 2oz.,15dwt. of reef gold which, it ia stated, they obtained from half ...

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Death of Sir James Martin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Death of Sir James Martin. Sir James Martin diod on Thursday night last. . Tho ago of Sir James was GO years ; and he was a native of Cork, Tro'nnd. In 1S48 ho entered on his political earner \vht-n Tin was elpctod to r«nresent Cook and ' Westmoreland. In 1856 ho was appointed Attorney-General in tho Cowper Ministry; but so stronc wis the personal opposition of the Conservatives to Mr. Martin, that they carried a voto of censure on tho Ministry, on thn gvound oP 'his lining a innmhnr of. it. .In . dnfnndins himsolf on that occasion. Mr. Martin mndo ono of the most pnworful speeches nvor delivered in the country. When Mr. Cowper returned to power, the following year, Mr. Martin went in with him as Attorney-Genernl, and that administration passed the Assess ment Act, which mado the squatters contribute more to th« reyOTHWi He TPsigned in 1858 ; but he n-?arn entered 'Parliament in 1359. In 1S63 Mr. Martin 'formed his first Ministry, and. they proposed a financial scheme of a Protectiv...

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The Sunday Entertainments Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

The Huudny VCntertulnineuts Question. Subjoined is the text of the case submitted by the Sydney Ministers' Union to Mr. 1'. M. l)arley, Q C, aud that eminent lawyer's opinion thereon : — ' Case. — There are some places in Sydney and iu the suburbs, such as some of the theatres and such as the eardens at Botany, which arc open to the public on Sundays, and in, or at which, entertainments, or amusements, or concerts are held on Sundays, at( which large numbers of persons assemble. To some of these a charge is made for admission. The advertise ments of three of such entertainments are sent herewith, from which it will be seen that they are advertised as ' sacred concerts ' or ' sacred and classi cal concerts.' Counsel is requested to advise whether there is any legal course which can be adopted for the purpose of putting a stop to or abatiug such entertainments as those mentioned aud r preventing the holding of such enter tainments on Sundays. If so, the best course to adopt.' 'Opinion...

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Beach in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

I5cacli ia» Knglauil. :, A Londok cable message to tho t jVra; Yoi-Jc^Herald oi' September 20 says ' Beach, publishes a Jong letter, in this ' hi6rningV^;orte;(a?i,.ahsw'ering Hanla'n's: letter' in tlie 'Turf, ' Meld and Farm. ' Beach when writing ? it was ; apparently unaware that Ilan'.an : had started. . .In-. the course of J his letter he says: — 'I am leaving for Sydney ' October 14, a fact which I am sure Hanlan is aware of, or he would not have issued the challenge. ' I am going back to the country from which, when Hanlan left, he received: a testimonial of nearly £1000 and as much jewellery as he could carry, and yet when he arrived home he distinctly stated that he did not got a fair chance of winning, after acknowledging that he was beaten fairly when on the other side of tho globe. I simply mention this to show who issued the challenge. On my arrival in England I received a challenge from Hanlan. I accepted and waited patiently but hove heard no more till now, when I am g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Business Announcement Extraordinary. The iorlliern Star GENERAL STORES AMB It thKRl. t— — B— — WBMWWMM—M — -— MM— WBOaa»attgi— W-ttC*MCWWWiBWlJir|H|l,lilHiIlWB— 3!OI— MIB 1IK1M— Jfc— B— — — — M— — U— — — — — — BE0B6B JEFP8RDR 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 than any other storekeeper, in the district. CO g 0 . OQ 2 « ^ O § ~ O 13 g «a 53 * W td S td od s a ^ g g Cd Ph ^ . O SPECIAL NOTICE, With tlio 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. 8 O I o £ 3 ?- 3 ...

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Insolvency Case. In Equity, (Before his Honor the PRIMARY JUDGE.) LLOYD v. GRADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Insolvency Case. In Equity, (Before his Honor the Primary Judge.) LLOYD v GRADY. Mr. Knox, instructed by Mr. Pigott, ap peared for the plaintiff, Mr. L T. Lloyd, official assignee in the estates of James Grady and Mary Grady, his wife, the defendants ; Mr. A. H. Simpson, instructed by Messrs.   Cope amd King, as agents for Mr. Allingham, of Lismore. appeared for the defendants. After address from counsel the following evidence was taken. Lancelot T. Lloyd, plaintiff, duly sworn, said that he was the official assignee in the estate of James Grady, and of the joint estate of James Grady, Mary Grady, and George William Sharpe ; separate schedules were filed ; the debts proved were in the joint estate of Grady and Sharpe, and in the separate estate of Grady, but none in Sharpe's separate estate ; the estate was sequestrated on 28th March, 1884, the date of the order nisi ; he had en deavoured to collect the assets of the estate, and he succeeded in getting in the joint esta...

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