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Funeral of Sir James Martin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Funeral of Sir James Mar tin. ' ' I TnE remains of tho lato Sir 'James Mar tin, Chief Justice, wero laitl in their Inst, resting place, . in. tlio family vault at St. Judo's comotory, Randwick, on Saturday afternoon.' ,,'At hnlf-past; -2 o'clock, 'tho hour at which it was announced tho funeral -procession would leave Clarens, there was a largo assemblage of citizotis ill' Macleay-streot mot to pay a last tribute of rospect. und esteem to tlio ablo nnd distinguished gentleman, whoso death has, been so deoply felt. Tlio sadness and solemnity of the occasion was inten sified by tho gloomy and threatening ospcct of 1 tho weather. At intervals drizzling rain fell, and tlio sun was obscured by a thick vapoury curtain. Most of the houses in tho vicinity of Pott's Point were in mouruing, and tho balconies and verandahs were full of people, who watched with melancholy interest the sorrowful proceedjngs. From the gates of Clarens, where the hearse, ?with four horses stood, the private carriag...

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 — 19 November 1886

Sires of the Season. - 0 STAND THIS SEASON, NKAK ColtAKI, Tlio Thoroughbred Horso gCTM. WELCOME. WELCOME is a (lurk Chosnut, by Wurliko (imp.); dam Topsy, by Whalebone ; g dum lfoscbud, by l'itsford (imp.),/ ,' ? TERMS ? .C2 5s single maro. Two or' moro maws tlio property of samo ownor £'2 ouch. tig' Good grass aud ploutyof water, htitl cvury euro taken of mnrea, but uo responsi bility iucurrod. All mures must bo removed and paid for by tlio 1st January, 1887. ? ? MARTIN. DORAN. rp 0 STAND THIS . SEASON JL At Codrington, ' , and travel tlio surrounding district, , -5^Slw«isrf^Tho Powerful Draught Horso w'r?wR0YAL plantation, JLArJiyttfeJp jjy Plantation (imp.) j dam by Lincoln (imp.) ; g'damby Essex (imp.) ; gg dam by Shortlega (imp.) g g g diim by Dray miin (imp.) ? TERMS ? £2,ips'.,pi3r maro. A liboral' roiluetion mado 'for 'two' or moro mares tlio property of samo person. Good securo paddocks provided awl ovory care taken of maros, but no , responsibility in curred. , , [? ... ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

WANTED, 1000 COOPER'S STAVES. Apply to JOHN QUAIN, Cooper, Coraki. rjl O BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of a SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE (labour only). Plan and specification may be seen at Mas. P. CLAFFEY'S Residence. Tenders to olose on the 23th of this month. gOHOOL OF ARTS. A SPECIAL MEETING of the COM MITTEE will be held TO-NIGHT (Friday) at 7.30 o'clook, to consider offer re Conoert. F. B. WATTS, Hon. Soo. CENTRAL RIOHMOND PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A MEETING of those favorable to the formation of a PASTORAL, AGRICUL TURAL, and HORTICULTURAL SO CIETY at CORAKI, will be held at the Sohool of Arts on TUESDAY, the 23rd instant, at 7.30 p.m. A Preliminary Meeting, to proparo reso lutions, &o., will be hold at tho same place at 4 p.m. , FREDK. CLIFFORD. ? Auction Bales. ? CORAKI. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER. In tho Insolvent Estate of WILLIAM OARLILE, Labourer. Household Furniture and Effects. MUNRO and M'DOUGALL havo recoived instructions from Samueiv Lyon...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The Russian press considers the Austro Hungarian Minister's late speech a menace. The Socialist leaders in London notify their intention of holding a monster I meeting at Trafalgar Square next Mon' day, and requested Lord Salisbury to stay in London that day to receive a deputation. The Victorian Government is placing a loan of a million and a half on the London market next January. LONDON, Wednesday. Tho Port Darwin Gold-mining Com pany, with a capital of £100,000, and tho Elba Land and Pastoral Company of Western Australia, with a capital of £150,000, have been registered in London. The English and Australian Copper Company invites applications for debentures to the amount of £35,000. Private cablegrams apeak hopefully of the prospects. The closing wool sale of the year opens in London on the 30th. The steamer J Australasian, carrying the largest cargo from Australia, arrived in ample time. Later. The aristocratic divorce case in Lon don is causing gre...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [from our own correspondent.] SYDNEY, Saturday. Mr. Julian Salomons has been ap pointed Chief Justice. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Arthur Blythe, teacher at the Newing ton College, severed his wife's head nearly from the bodv at bis residence, Newtown, and afterwards committed suicide by cutting his own throat. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Dibbs received a banquet at Queanbeyan and was well received ; he speaks at Cooma to-night- Mr. Lyne left last night to join him. At the inquest on tho bodies of Blythe and his wife a verdict was returned that Arthur Blylho died of wounds self inflicted, and his wife died of wounds inflicted by Arthur Blythe. At an inquest held at Albuny on a woman murdered by Philip Yibert, a verdict was returned that the wonmn was wilfully murdered by Philip Vibert, and that Philip Yibert died from the effects of a pistol shot, but there was no evidence to show by whom iuflicted. A man named Henry Brannon, in the service of Martin Brown, a dairyman at Newtown, has b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Beach.— At a meeting held at the Sydney I Towu'Hdll on Friday lust, the Mayor occupying I t1'' chair. The Hon. G. Thornton moved, — j 'That in the opinion of this meeting it is j desirable that, a public reception be tendered to Mr. W. Beuch, champion sculler of tho world, :: and that thoso piesont together with the gentle U'en woo navo biguui me rcquieiLiuu, 111 themselves into a committee, with power to add to their number, for the purpose of carry ing out the reception, and that suboription lists be opened.' He said that if ever.a man .deserved a welcome home Beach did, for while (. he had acquitted himself as a man and aa an -J, ? Australian, he bad by his ability as an oars man gathered for the colony a store of credit pnd honour that, it minht, well b9 proud of The motion wns seconded by Mr. Frank Smith, and wan supported by other speakers, each of of whom expressed great admiration for Beach's prowess and striot integrity. The motion was unanimously agreed to An ' Executive C...

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 Framers' Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tho Managor Claronco Rivor and North Coast Futmors' Association, Limited.) [By Telograph.] I SYDNEY, Tiiubsday, G p.m. j Maize, 3s 6d per bushel ; Eggs, la 4d per dozen ; Pigs, 5d per lb., and in good demand.

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THE "INS" AND THE "OUTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

THE 'IS*' AMD THIS ' OUTS.' The insensate expression of public opinion, as exemplified by the feeble utterances of the Opposition and their constituents, that the only remedy reqnired for the decent governance of the country is a dissolution, is as stupid as its nrEriiments — if thev can be called such— are untenable. A dissolution of the present Parliament is asserted to be the only means of saving the country, yet it is merely an assertion, and it does not require much cogitation or penetration to discover that the present agitation is merely one of the periodical battles for place and power. The conduct of the Opposition throughout the last session has shown this con clusively. It was not for useful legislation or the advancement of the interests of the country they were striving, but for the sweets of office to be gained by a persistent, factious, opposition to any and every question brought before the House. Perhaps one of the strongest argu ments against a dissolution at the p...

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Lawrence to Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Lawrence to Coraki. At tho railway mooting hold at Lawronco last week, in reply to questions from parsons in tho meeting, Mr. G. Olive said it was about 40 miles from Lawronco to Cornki, as against B0 l'rom Grafton. As the crow flics Lawronco was distant l'rom Coraki HO miles, but on account of a largo Bwamp near Bungawalbyn, it was impracticable to go direct. TLere was neither hill nor mountain on tlio routo. Thoro was a good ileal of fino land near Jtyrllo Crock ; it consisted of blue gum Huts and oak timbered country, fit for oither gnuing or cultivation. Ho had u farm situate by the surveyor's measurement 3I-J- miles from Grafton, and 18 from Coraki ; it grow good crops, und there was any amount of land equally good in the vicinity. As li mail contractor his intorcst personally would siilfor by tho introduction of a railway, but lio was not against either the line from Grafton to Coraki, or from Lawronco to Coraki. If appointed ho would give his evidenco impartially. Tho line fr...

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OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

OU1K ROADS. Writing under the above heading the Northern Star jubilates most joyfully over the fact that tenders are called for 1 thirty road works in and about Lismore, I and we congratulate the Lismoreans on their good fortune. But wnac are we to say about ourselves. We cannot ' jubilate at all. One tender — and that a small one — in twelve months is about our incentive to jubilation, while of material for indignation on the score of neglect we bave a superaounaance. ' Our roads ' in and about Coraki, and between that aud adjoining townships are about the worst in the colony, and for e great portion of the year absolutely impassable. We do not wish to be nu-necessarily hard on our members, but we certainly think that we are entitled to some consideration at their nanas. As we said before we do not begrudge any other part of the district all the permanent improvements they can get, but at the same time we must insist, .as far as we can, as a large, rapidly developing, and thriving ...

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The North Coast Railway. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE E. NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

The North Coant Hallway. I ITo TUB ISditoic nv ruts 13. Nkws.I Sih. — Tlio Locialatlvo Council having roforred tho Qraflon-Twood Railway to n boiooi com mlttoo, moiuiH that tho momhorH of that TlmiHo roquired furthor information hoforo uunctioninp; a moasuro that will coat mich a vast Bum of money. Sovoral lionorablo mombora woro iu favour of a north-coast lino, but woro undortlio impression that thoro must lio a Hliorter and oheapor routo botwoon Byron Bay and tho Claronco, and noaror tho sea than Grafton. It now becomes tho duty of ovory mnn who has ? lUVIIMIMVIUII \Jll WtiO LHlllb ([UUnWIUIIf tu supply it for tho bonotlt of tho council and tho colony. I will, with your pnrmiss oii, point out a routo that will bo shorter by many miles, and. will opon up a muoh bottor country for agricultural sottlumont than tho routo now under consideration by tho council. I tako llyron Bay for a starting point on tho north, boeauso whichovor way a coast linn runs, it must touch at that port. From...

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The late Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

[ The late Cliiel'JuHtice. 'As you like it,' in tho Sydnoy Morning Herald, rankos tho following portinont remarks on tlio relative valuo of brains and 'Scotch Navigation ' at tho antipodes : — Tho lamented death of tho Chiof Justico has naturally led pooplo to look buck on bis past caroor, and to talk of tho high ability which ho displayod all through it. There sooms to bo a pretty goneral concensus ot -opinion -ts to his powors. Evorybody '? says that ho would havo made his mark onywhero, and that he would havo boon au honour to tho Bonch in any part of hor Majesty's dominions. No doubt, if hislifo had boon spoilt in England, bo would havo obtained a larger practice at tho 15ar ; probably ho would havo distinguished ;; nimBelf in Parliament; und cortainly ho '! would have atttainod ft soat on tho Judicial j Bench; and ovon as a Puisno -Judgo ho i would havo had a salary of £5000 a-yoar. Hero ho bocamo Promior of tho colony, and then as Chiof Justico ho rocoivod a salary of £3500. I...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Sporting IHenii. I A. St.unrl., of TTlmnrra, won tho Shefllold Hniulionp nt Grafton. D. Layton won the Casino Athletic Club Handicap, Booth 2nd., nnd Cnrrall 3rd. D. Laytou also won tho Champion Raoo, off soratch. A brother to Arsenal nnd Crossfire, nnd better looking, is lit Toratl. ,/ In tho Jlmvo-Brilishcr protest, tlio .whip mark wns visible on tho hitter's noso. ?, A £3 3s. foo will ho required from all book makers belting nt Wnggn. Tom llalos rode fivo winners nt Flemmglon, J. Campbell coming next, with throe. Patterson, who rode, Ajax in the Brisbane Town Plate on Tuesday, lias been disqualified for 12 months. Fishorman, from whom many of our best mcehorses nro descended, including Trident, ran six times ns n two-year-old without win ning. When ho finished his turf carcer as a six-year-old he lind won fi9 races out of 119 Tlie lnte F. Archer's winning mounts during the pnst 10 years from 1875 to tho end of the last season finvo beon successively ns follows:— 172, 207, 217, 22...

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Coraki Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Cornhl Ometery. I IK meeting of tho committee appointed to arrango for tho cloaring &o. of tho Coraki eemotory was holt! at Nolan's llotol on Saturday ovoning last, whon thnro woro present — Mossrs. K. Nolan, 'l1. Nolan, J. M'Kinnon, E. M. D. Spring. F. Clifford, W, Yatos, D. M'Loan. and R. Bugdon. ' Tho following appointments woro mado mik +1* a in'nw nf nvnixliflniv fhn wnrl* Willi IUV imvw contemplated by tho commtttoo:— Mr. K. j Nolan, Treasurer; Mr. F. Clifford Socrotary; I Messrs. T. Nolan and J. M'Kinnon, ! canvassors for tho North Arm ; Mossrs. O. i . Malono and R. Bugdon, canvnssers for j j South Arm ; Messrs. I). M'Loun and W. i { Yatos, canvassors for tUo main rivor ; and j I' Messrs. Clifford and Spring, canvassors fer tho towu of Coraki. It was also docidod that tho subscription ! | cards propared bo distributed at discretion ' ® . .by tho Treasurer and canvassers. It was further rosolvod that a mooting of tho General Committee bo hold on f, 5. Saturday, the 4th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Special Advertisements. [Au extra charge of 20' por cent made for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] E D I 0 A L. F. «. €W»NNOIt, M. B., M. Oit., EniNiiunau University, mny l)o nonsuited at Hobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and nt MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'olook, . EVERY TUESDAY. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Wo hnve to ncrnin request. n seAlomont of nil noenmitu rendered to 30t.li Soptpmber : Inst. Tho outlay in running n news paper is very .heavy, mnro especially tindor the oironmstnncoB in whioh wo woro placed when starting, nnd wo hopo thoso uideb'cd will bpnr thin in mind and settle their accounts at onco. LOUIS F. BENAUD. Herald Office, Nov. 18. ' NUNQUAM DORMIO.' THE §M/W0itir pfar |^cr:tlxr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki every Friday Morninq. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1880.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Shipping Notices. ' I jgTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. I Until Fuiithf.u Notice. i Tlio Favourilo Now Twin-scrow .Steamer I TOMIil, I under the chnrgo of Oavtain .Taokson, will bo I dispatched from Lismoro about ovory Sotoh I Days. | FREIGHTS mid PASSAGES at Current I Bates. I I tff/' Piinsmjro Tickots uvnilnblo by nny of f tbo Company's Stonmors from uny Rivor. AGENTS.. 01 nronoo Rivor: ' ? ' : ' EDWARD CREEll, Grafton. Richmond River : JOHN M'LENNAN, Liamoro. THOMAS M013BS, liftlliiin. . , J. STOREY, Coraki. Note,— Tbo Company hnvo also docirlnd to' rim tlio s.s, PLATYPUS regularly, should suf ficiont indiicomout offer. .? I R. COOKE, i - Seorotnry. | C. niul R. R. S.N. Co.. . I Sydney, .Tuno 1st, IS8G.. . : | Tlio Compunywishos to notify Eaniiors i arid otliers on tlio South Arm and surroundings of Cornki that thov havo recently erected on thoir property at Coniki, commodious Yards, whoro .Pigs ond /JiiIvph nmy. comfortably mid floouroly await, shipment by first Sydney bout. Tlio Viird...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Religion* Memoranda. entrant of Knot, and. November 21 — Woodhnrn, 11 a.m.; Broad !?;. wator, 3 p.ni.; Wardell. 7.30 p.m. 28 — -fe: Woodburn, 11 a.m. ; Coraki, 3.30 p.m. ; Woodburn, 7.30 p.m. — The Rev. F. E. Havilnnd. i.-. . Frfk Phurbytertan Cmmon. November 21— Cnsino, 11 a.m. ; Deep Creek, 3 ? 1 i p.m. ; Coraki, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. J. Marshall. We-msyav Church. November 21. — Alstonville, 10.30 a.m. ; Wy rallah, 3 p.m. ; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. November 28. — Wyrallah 11 a.m. ; Lismore (Sunday School Address) 3 p.m. ; Lismore, 7.30 pm, — Rev. Fredk. C. Boyer. November 21. — Bnngnwalbyn, 11 n.m. : Cornki (Snbool of Arts) 2 p.m. ; ' Casino. 7.30 p.m. ? November 28 — Lismore. 11 a.m. ; Irvine ton, ? f. 30p.ui. ; Casino 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Ja's. H. ? Lewm. November ?1 — North Clnnes (Mr. Johnston's) 11 a.m.: Cowlonsr, 3 p.m. November 28 — Pimlico, 11 a.m.'; Meerschaum, 3.30 p.m. — Mr. S. T. Nort-hcott. November 21 — Trvington, 3 — Mr. F. B. Gulley. November 21 — Mperse'-aum. ll~Exhorter (A) Nov...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AimtvAis. November 17— ReUinger. ».,2G4 ton*. Cnptnin J*. Alley, from Sydney. PnssenifnrK — Mr. Tt. B. Stiles, F. Sterling.' Pnpe, and onn in tho steerage. Cnriro, 100 Inns general mernhnn dise, Ol enroll Svdnev TToads nt 8.3ft n.m. on tho 13th. arrived oft tho Richmond Bur nt 9 a.m. mi'tho 15th; wont t.n Rvmn Bay nn no connt nf the liPHW Wenther : cresaeil the Rich niond.ftnr nt 10.30 n.m, on Wednesday, and arrived it Cornki nt 0 p.m. 8'.-mo day. Ex pTtenred moderate sontherlv winds to Real Jiooks, thence to arrival blowing hnrd from the toouth, with hr«vy rnin squalls nnd henvv sen. November 17 — Queen of the South, s,. Cnptnin Hnnvrfrnm Sydn»v, Oro«oci in nt 10 n.m. rm.Wrdu'«dny, nnd, arrived at Coraki at 6 p.m. same day. ? ? ? IMm of the Ilnlnrn. OArT.UN R. D. TIknuV. of tlu stcatmir TCalarn. the «rnw, and the dvo passengers who had jfiWf'vl Jrt hn' fov Brisbane, arrived here on lAondav afternoon in the steamer Nafonc, from Fouthpoi t, The loss of tho fine...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

to TUB KDlTOli OF TUG IlICHMO.VD UIVF.lt HEILALO. Sir, — I sco by a Nowcastlo papor that tho I Bench thoro rulod that a man, summoiiod I for ill-using a goat that had trospassod in bis garden, had aright to kill it had ho so havo chosow. Tho samo rulo applies to pifia— only moro so. Lot it bo known — } i;. anyono bus a right to destroy any pigs or ' |:i goats trespassing ou thoir property. If the polico don't do thoir duty tho pooplo should do theirs. Yours, &c. PORK.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

C'urreHpomlciice- I Tlio Editor -1ocb not hold liimsolf responsible fo. opinions expressed by correspondents.

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