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"To be or not to be." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 3 December 1886

I 'To he or not to be.' ' Senex,' writing to the Sydney Morning Herald on ' Tho Prorogation of Dissolu tion,' after quoting voluminous authori ties, sums them up as follows : — From, theso authorities (thoy might bo vory largely supplomontcd), tlia following con clusions may bo doduccd : — First. Tho Potitions praying tho Governor to dissolvo tho presont Parlia ment aro porfectly constitutional. Tho pooplo havo tho samo right to address the Governor in this colony as tho peoplo of tho United Kingdom, or of any part of it, havo to addross tho throno, concern ing ' tho calling, sitting or dissolving, of Parliament, and for tho redressing of grievances.' Second. If tho pooplo havo a right to potition for a dissolution, tho Govornor is under the correlative 'duty of giving his most serious porsonal consideration to the petition — and, subject to certain obligations, to be stated lator on, to givo effect to the prayer of tho petitioners, if, aftor full consideration, ho thinks that by do...

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 — 3 December 1886

llrler mention. I Jv.'iiu reported from nil parts of the country. Caterpillars playing tho deuco with the local peaches. 300 shares havo been taken up in tho Lismoro Building, Land, and Tiivostment Society. The noxt sitting of tho District Court at Qraflmi is fixed for February 4th. One dairyman, near Lismore exports noarly 200 lbs. of bultor weekly. Tho Northern Stab is full of tho oseapod nun. How long O Lord, how long ! 100 tons of potatoes taken off 12 ncros of lnnd on tho Clarence. i Tom Garrott savs Hogan would not enter i Parliament again if a dissolution were granted. ICempsoy has boon visited with tho caterpillar i plaguo. _ ] The twin-scrow steamer being built nt Mori's Dock for Mr. B. B. Nieoll will bo fitted with a (moling chamber. Sho will bo launched in March next. Tho colony paid £300,000 for its vegetables last yea-. Racccourso privileges to bo sold on tho 13th. A lot of improvomonta to bo mndo to tho courso, stand, &a. Lismoro Band will bo in nttendanoo on t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. fFnoM oun own couuespondent.1 SYDNEY, TausDAY. ITuddart, Parker, and Co.'s Htcumor Ooningnmite, bound from Melbourne to Sydnoy, is nolioro at JorviB Bay. Tho foro part of tho vobsoI is full of water. Tho passengors woro landed Biifely in boats. Tim nviilonon in l-.1i a TWniint. 'Rniinin ciiho ha;) not yob roached tho Cabinet, Tho Executivo will not consider tlio vordict till Tuesday week. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At a political meoting hold at Balmain 5000 persons wero prosont, Mossrs. Pur Icon, Abigail, Garrard, and Hawthorne delivered addresses. Heavy floods at Dubho ; tho rivor lias rison 24 foot. Beach was entertained at a picnic yesterday, whon thero woro a largo | numbor of his admirers prosont. In tho cricket match, Australian Elovon v. Eiglitoon of Auckland, tho former in thoir second innings got 99 runs for tho loss of ono wicket. Tho latter in thoir first innings got 114. Tho Victorian Banks havo sent circulars to the banks of tho colonies to consider a proposal to ...

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 — 10 December 1886

LATEST MA11KET QUOTATIONS. (From tho Manager Clurenco ltiver and North fVinsf. Farmers' Association. Limited.) [By Tolotrraph.] SYUNlfiir, Thursday. i- p.m. Maizo, 3a 7d to 3a 9d per bushel, and | in good doinuud , Pigs, 5d per pound, j

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Woodburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Wood burn. Tfrom a correspondent.! We havo good prospects in the coming soason, farmers aro jubilant and businoss pooplo in good hopo and trade in general has an upward tendency. Tho road from Woodburn to Mossrs. Meston and King's is in a fair way towards completion, but of tho remaining part to Lismoro, I can say nothing in its iavor. Mr. Keats has started a now industry in our midst, and I hope ho will bo ablo to toach somo of tho farmers wives how to raise poultry ; however a thing of this sort always does good, and as he has tho sorvico3 of Mr. Poak, who has had con siderable experience in England in working tho incubato , I have no reason to doubt his futnre sucoess. Our horsoy men had a fair evening's sport last Saturday on tho race -eourso, hy the way of testing their bloods, for saddles, bridles, whips, spurs, &c. Mr. Dean carriod off a sorvicoable saddle, ono of Mr, M'Maugh's mako, to whom wo are indebted for tho evening's sport ; tho minor articles wore fairly dist...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondent. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RICHMOND RIVER HERALD WOODBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Correspondence. TO TnK EDITOR OP THE HICXIMOND MVJSR HKIIAXD. WOODBURN RACES. Sin, — Surely thoro must bo somo mistnko in tbo conditions of tho Members' Raco to bo run at Woodburn on tho 22nd inst,, which stato that tho horsos ' must bo tho bona fide proporty of tho WoonnunN MGMBEU9 of the Woodburn Jockey Club,' or is tho raco to ro to a Woodburn resident alonojand not to a inomborof tho Woorlburn Jockoy Club ? If tho lattorbn tho caso tho Woodburn Joe .ey Club cannot oxpoct to havo any. moinbors on thoir roll who aro not residents of Woodburn, and tho prizos thoy will bo ablo to givo in futuro will bo about on a par with tho senso of houour, justico, and liborality tho committoo havo oxhibitod in tho progrnmmo which appoars in your issuo o£ tlio 3rd instant. I am a niombor, and havo nominatod ; I don't livo in Woodburn, and I should'nt liko to ; but I am porfoctly suro that this ono pill (if the condition statod be not an orrcr) will bo' an olYootual doso to cure mo from having any...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6TH 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

| Coraki Police Court. 1 Monday, December 6tit, 1886. i Befoue Mossrs. W. Yabsloy and J. White, ! j's.p. # . * j c William Sullivan, Thomas M'Cnbo, nnd j William'!'M'Crtbe, on remand, on bail, on . various charges, again appeaved boforo tho 1 Court, whon tho masistratos announced || 'that thoy had received a telegram from Sj Mr. Bray asking thom to postpono tho ,f casos _ until Monday noxt, whioh waB il accordingly dono. 'I James Butlor, on romatid, chargod with j wilfully and malioiously wounding ono i Ooorgo Battyo, at Coraki, ou tho 27th of ? .Novomber, was again brought boforo the ; Court. James Rogors, constable of polico, -j Btatod: On Saturday night the 27tli Novombor at about half-nast 9 o'clock I .£? i - arrested a man named M'Cabo on a chargo v. i of boing drunk and disorderly and making ,i uao of obscono nnd indecent languago; the I prisoner M'Cubo resistod, whon I called : upon ono Qoorgo Battyo to assist mo ; whon ! opposite Nolan's Hotol wo wore surrounded r by a numbo...

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 — 10 December 1886

Special Advertisements. [An extra ohargo of 20 per oent made for ad. vertisemonta insorted in this column.] E D I O A L. F. a. CUfttfOR, M. B., M. Cit., EnriViujROit University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily; nnd nt MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTII WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clook, - Ig§r EVERY TUESDAY.

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Small Debts Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

! Small Court. j Monday, Decemuer Gtit, 188G. -j Befoue Mossrs. W. Yabsloy and J. Whito, ' t J's.P. ,-j Tho magistrates docidod not to go on .?I with thoeo casos until tho Polico Magistrato J- was prosont ou Monday noxt.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Mining. TnE following appears in tho Sydney Morn - ing Hekalii ? — Tho Byron Bay sea beach gold : doposits continue to provide employment for a fow men who are working at a profit. Tlio gold.is extromoly fine, and can be met with almjst anywhere near Oape Byron, a foot or so from the surface. A party of Amerioans realised several hundreds of pounds thoroabouts re-ently m a very snort space ot timo, ana it is said that any active man can clear at the least 30s. a woek there. About , six wooks ago a prospector, whilo fossicking iu tho gullies near the Bruuswick River Hon ds, oamo upon good prospccts of gold in Mtillimbimby Creek, seven ?miles south '-onsfc of tho ? Brunswick township. Iteofs are numerous in the locality, but so far no trial sinking appears to liavo beon entered upon. Indications of a new goldfiold aro reported from Smith's Creek, a looality in tho ranges somo soven miles South of Murwillum bah, nnd near the baso of Mount Wamiug, in tlio extreme north-east portion or N...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

DKAVII. WELLS. — On tho 7th Decembor, nt tho resi dence of his parents, Coraki, Geokok Cwn.so}f, second son of Edward nnd Sarah : Ann Wells ; aged 1 year and 9 months. ' NUXQUAM DOHMIO.' THE lliclmfoitb' |li(rr,v gjcntftr, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Pxrnr,i9nED at Coraki every Friday Moivn-ino. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1S80.

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"Our Boys Minstrels Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

'Our IIojn' USliiHtrels Knlnrtalnmftnt. An ontortainmont was givon at tho School of Arts on Saturday ovoning last in aid of that institution, by tlio Lismoro ' Our j Boys ' Minstrols, and was fairly Huccossful. I It sooms to tako a lot to arouso tho onor cios of tho Coraki noonlo in miv diroction. I , and wo noticed that sovoial prominotit townspooplo woro conspicuous by ronson of tlioir absonco. Perhaps tho fact of tho i ontortuinnioiit boing givon ou Saturday night had somothing to do with tliis, but not much. Tho porformors woro ton m numbor and roacliod tho whnrf horo by Btoarn launch about 0 o'clock pleasantly announcod somo littlo timo boforo by tho Round of tho band as tho launch roundod tho various bonds of tho North Arm. Tlio I attondnnco was butdpoor and could not , possibly havo oxcito any largo amount of , enthusiasm in tho porformors. Neverthe less tlioy did thoir dovoirs vory woll, tho | various song boing vory well sung and j some good local hits mado in tho dialogue,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Farmer and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

The Farmer and Crnzler. ? IIow to Keep Butteb Sweet. — Much of tbo butter purchased in rolls iu our grooors' shops during tho hot suin.mer months turns rancid nnd disagreeable to tho taste iu n few days. This may bo easily avoided by proparing tho butter as follows. As soon ns tho butter comes from tho ohurn, and is prepared for markot, roll it in fine bloaohed mnslin in oylindrioai form, in lib or 21b parcels, and placo the nmv-ols in larn-n nnsks f.nntjiinine*. strono- brino with u slight admixture of saltpotro, and by moans of woiglits keep always bolow tho surface. Tho cloth keeps tho buttorfrom any impuritios which may como in contact with tbo packago, mid being always buried in tbo brine it is kopt frou from tlio action uf nir. In a hot climate like Australia, tho advnntagos of keeping butter in this way would bo very great. To the rotailer it would be an immenso advantage, as tbo packages could lio in the brino free from . air and dust uutil tho moment his customer cnllod for...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Dairy Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Hairy Fanning. The ' gradual introduction of this industry in a practical form is one of the best evidences we have, not only of the inducement of a larger permanent settlement on the lands, the introduction ot a population who will utilise what are now not much more than waste areas of pastoral country and thereby increasing their value, the introduction also of a better breed of cattle and more care taken in their after selection, but the practical initiation of a large and lucrative industry in our midst. It is not necessary in the prosecution of the dairy industry that it should be carried out on a gigantic scale, as the manufacture of cheese is as applicable to the farmer's homestead as to that of the dairyman who looks to that business alone for a livelihood, and that this may be the more clcarly understood we have in this issue published an. account of ' how cheese may be made without proper apparatus and fixtures.' We have before us a sample of cheese made by a local farmer ...

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School of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

- . Mclionl of \rtn. I j! TtTK iimtrtl monthly mooting of (lio :/? Committoo of this Institution was hold on A Monday ovuiing hint. Present — Mossr*. ?!| M. Doran (iu tho o.liair), W. A. Noblo, W. f! Fogwoll, F. Clifford, and F. Watts, Hon. ' Hoc. Tho minutes of tlio previous mooting ' . woro road ami confirmod. A lottov from tho Star of tho North Lodge of Oddfollows, asking for a roduction in tho prico of tho hall, was ;rocoivod, tho committoo not, wooing thoir way oloar to mako any deduction. ; Tho following noconnts woro passod for I payment: — liailoy, Chninbors, and Trundlo, \ stump, £2 Is (id ; L. Bon aud, printing, 12s (id ; J. G. Balzor, lighting, &c., £1 fis ; ' D. Quain, tablo, £2 10s ; Soorotary, ohoss, - &o., nnd stamps, £1 19s 2d. Total, £8 lis 2d. Mr. W. A. Noblo moved, — 11 That a raco hall bo hold on Monday night tho 3rd i January, 1887, and that Mossrs. F. Clifford, A. Yabsloy, W. Fogwoll, tho Soorotary, and tlio movor bo appointed a ball committoo t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coastal Seamanship. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Coastal Meamunshlp. Pekhaps our title is a misnomer, it might, with greater truth, probably, have been want of seamanship, and iu view of the terrible news just received by wire of the launching into eternity of nvpv fort.v souls ... _ . ? j ? ' Cut off even in tho blossoms of their sin Unbounded, disappointed, unancled ; No reoltoning mndo, but sent to their nccount With all their imperfections on their heads '' one's wrath is at oncc made manifest, and there is an universal call for justicc on the nuthors of such a direful catastrophe — if such there be. Forty and three souls bereft of life, home, friends, sent headlong to a watery grave, to lie all scattered on the bottom of the sea, while friends and kindred weep hopelessly, and silently pray for that justice which is so sure, but is sometimes so long in coming. But ' ' though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small,' and we cannot help thinking that the time must surely now have arrived when the utter disr...

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Disgusting Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Blsguettnc Case. I A case of the moat loathsome description cropped up at the Water Police Court in whioh a woman named Margare® « Hodge was proceeded against by InapeotJi J Seymour for allowing premises in Littl l ,J Oxford-street to lie in a filthv conditinl:' 1 | Inspector Seymour stated he inspectel J the premises and found a quantity of ni l and oat skins lying about. In explanJ| tioa he said that the defendant was il^ the habit of cooking and eating thoMtl animals. He saw a dead cat in the rooifl! and the woman informed him that sift was going to skin it. He found Bi back premises in a filthy state. Decom posed matter was lying about. Severn* skulls of cats crawling with magmli; were discovered, in some flower pots, fmiFjij all the rooms an offensive s(wmj| emanated. 11' The defendant was fine] £6 with;; ® or two months in gcal.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

llrlcr Mention. I Tlio name of the Coraki Polico Court is to bo changod to tho ' Romand ' Polico Court. 19 of tho ;Lismoro rioters committed for trial. Tho rivoreiul promoter Boons to havo esenped. Maizo blight hns put in nn nppcaranco nt Ulmurraund Brusgrove. Tho Ilarwond Riurar mill c.losod nt tho ond of Inst wootc. Curried Roman Catliolio is a standing dish at the table d' uoth at Lismoro sinco the riots. Thermometer stood at 90 in tho slmdo on Wednesday. It felt about 1870 in tho sun. What word is thero composed of fivo letters from which if you take two one remains f — Stono. Mr. D. M'Fhoo purchased tho right to tho publican's booth nnd rofroshmont still for tho coming Woodburn raco meeting. Probate in tho will of Hamilton M'Aughey, to two executors, for £3088, wns granted on Thursday last. Mr. W. Noblo says lio would rather bo a hangman than n publican. .Tudgo Wirideyer has got nino months' leave of absenco. ?Thoro aro fiO survivors of the Balaclava charge. A _mnn of considera...

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A Reporter "Faithful unto Death." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

A Reporter ' Faithful onto if Death.' || The following story of an American! reporter's last despatch is taken frorn ; the St. Paul Pioneer Press. IS' says : — jl It is not many years ago that Ton® , B , the attache of a Central Iowji \ city paper, now defunct, rode out from; ? a soutnern lowa city one tine morning^ attached to a 'wild freight/' and| J loaded with iron rails. He had been iq| newspaper work for about six years, ant was thoroughly capable, To make thi / I story short, 40 miles out from its | i starting point, the wild freight, with a ? leap of madness and a terrible crash, . if. : went through a bridge, down 60 feet, S l and Tony sitting on the brake beam, y It waB over in an instant. When the conductor of the train (the only one : uninjured) crawled out of the wreck, his eyes first fell on Tony, lying across the side of a dismantled box car— on his chest of heavy rail, his legs ciusbedj and — dying ! Beyond him lay a deadr brakesman; the engineer waB bune# . under hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

,'»?) ; Shipping Notices* vBSSBQE^Piip ' ;m0 THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN .i-A--' . - tho Richmond Rivor District. 'JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers* , .Until furthor notice tho Pavonrito Passongor ?Steamers HELEN NICOLL and AUSTRA 'LTAN will run as follows : — : Tllo B.s. HELEN NICOLL, Captain R. A. Fraser, Ienving Sydney SATURDAY NIGITTR, at I) o'clock. Leaving Grafton WEDNESDAY- MORNINGS, at C o'olook. ,'Tho s.H. AUSTRALIAN, Captuin n. C Olnul loiRh, leaving Sydnoy TUESDAY NIGHTS, at 0 o'clock. ' Leaving Grafton SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 5. 30 o'clock. Thceo steamers oall regularly lit Law rence, Itccky Mouth, and Ilimvnod Inland, for passengers by tho Casino, Woodburn, and . Swan Bay Coaolios. FARES' . , Saloon — Single ? £2 0 0 Holm n ? ? 3 10 0 I - 8 to era go — oaoh way ? ? 10 0 / ? ' - RETURN TICKETS available by either -v i etoanior. ? - JOHN SEE and COMPANY. g OUTH ARM TRADE. THE STEAMERS Emma Pyers and Triton aro now permanently engaged in the trade : between CASINO and CORAKI...

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