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How to Make Cheese without . Proper Apparatus and Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

now to BIake Cheese without | Proper Apiiaratns and Fixtures. „«t ? ' ' Sometimes'1 says Willard, ' tlio farmer wlio . _ keeps only a few cows to supply his family ,-with milk nnd buttor, would liko also to mako -n fow cheeses for family use. Ho does not '? oare to mako . 'cheese to . sell, aud therefore hardly feels able to purchase cheese apparatus i'.;and;fit.up)a-dniryho!i8o after tho : most ap proved moopis ; tins lie ittinics wouia cost mm mora than to purchase his supply of cbecso in the market. But it often happens that where ~ this stato of things exists the monoy cannot bo. .'isp'nro'd for bnyiug cheese, and so this luxury is dispensed wi ^h at the family table. Lot us , seo now how r.hf aply wo , can arrange for a primitive dairy.' If nothing bettor is at hand, ' a common washtub, clean and sweet, will answer the purpose for, setting tho milk and ?working tho nurds. ..A hoop must be had from the cooper ; let it *1)0 10 inches in diarrioter, top and bottom, by 12 inches hi...

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 — 10 December 1886

Religious Sicmorfuula. CltLTtClI op England. December 12 — Woodburn, 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Coraki, 3.30 p.m. 19— -Wor'dburn, 1 1 n.m] ; Broadwater 3 p.m. ; Woodburn, 7.30. ?-25 — (Christmas Day) Woodburn (with Holy , Communion), 11 a.m. 26 — Woodburn, 11 a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m.; Coraki, 3.30 p.m. — Rev. E.F. Havilnnd. * '.We-I.EYAN CjIURCIT. 'December 12.- — Lismoro, 11. a.m. ; Irvington, 3.30 p.m.; Casino, 7.30p.m. . : 19. — North Clones, 11 .n.m. ; Bcxhill. 3 p.m. ; '{?? Lismoro, 7.30 p.m.— Rov..Fredk. C. Boyer. December 12. — Pimlico, 10.30 n.m.; Mecr scliaum, 3 p.m. ; Lismore, 7. 30 p.m. 19.— Bungawalbyn,'ll n.m. ; Coraki (School of Arts) 2.15 p.m. ; Casino, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. ~\ Jas. H. Lewinr ; December 12.— Cowlong, 11 n.m. ; Alstonville, ' ' :-3 p.m.' ' : ? ' 19.— Meerschaum, 1 1 a.m. ; Wyrnllnh, 3 p.m. y -r-Mr. S. T. Northcott, December 12) -^Wyrallah, 3 p.m. 19. — Alstonville.' 3 p.m.^-S. December 12. — Dunoon, 2.30. p.m. 19.— Rose. Hill (Mr, Niooll's), 2.30.- -Mr. . .Robert Art...

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The Use of Harness Bullocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

The Use of Harness Bullocks. Tite homestead farmer short of capital to buy tho powerful horses required in breaking up now land and tho early labor of tho selection (says n writer in the Queenslanilcr) is placed at a great disadvantage, it is' often a matter of surprise that tho struggling homestead man — especially if he hails from the continent of Europe — does not utilise bullock labor as ho had been accustomed to see it used — that is, in harness, and not in the yoke and bow common to Australia. Some twenty years ago the writer ploughed frequently with a pair of bnrron cows, harnessed with collar and traces and guided , by lines. 'When Mr. T. Skilling ? htul control of the first experimental farm of ; Victoria, ho had two finely kept bullocks which did nearly nil the ploughing of' tlio farm; and at tho, Melbourne ploughing matches this pair of bullocks was frequently seen compet ing among the bullock teams, and it was a most singular sight to notice that the one pair could ploug...

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

The Lemon— Ita llie. 1 ! Few people know the value of lemon 1 juice. A piece of lemon bound uponil corn will curc it in a few days ; .it 1 1 should be renewed night and morning, || A free use of lemon juice and sugar ri I ? 211 _1 ? ? 1! ? - ? t. If: win always relieve a cougn. juoat people feel poorlv in the spring, bul if they would eat a lemon before breakfast every day for a week, with or without sugar as they like, they would find^t j better than any medicine. Letmn I juice, used according to this recipe, viU ;; sometimes curc consumption. Putjj( ( dozen lemons into cold water and slow^ bring to boil; boil slowly until tlf j lemous are soft, then squeeze until at the juice is exhausted ; and sugar to j your taste and drink. In this way use J nni- flrvrpn Inmnria n dnv. Tf thpv rnimn Jl : pain or loosen the bowels too much,])! lessen the quantity and use only Bix afi V day until you are better, and then begin! ] a dozen a day. After using five or sixl | dozen the patient will be...

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

I 'Winning the Knife. A correspondent to an exchange giyes the following: — I beard a good story the other day. I wasn't present when the incident took place— neither, I believe, wns my infonnnnt — so I cannot vouch for its truth, but I give the tale for what it is worth : — In one of these colonies-^ no , matter which — a bishop wns riding alone one day, when he saw half-a-dozen or so swnguicn seated in the shade by a stream and in earnest conversation. His Lordship rode up, when the following colloquy took place : — Bishop : ' What do you idling here, my men ? ' Spokesman : ' We be a lyin', sir.' Bishop : ' What's that ? ' Spokesman : ' We be a tryin' which can tell the biggest lie, sir, and the man that wins gets a knife.' , Bishop (horrified): — 'Oh, my dear friends, how can you! waste your precious hours in so hurtful and wicked a pastime? Lying ! It is horrible ! Lying and stealing ever go together, and what can be ? worse than falsehood and thieving ? Look at me ! I am sixty ...

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

An Indignant Lecturess. The young lady students of Bedford College, England, must be sorely divided in mind between the rival claims of nature and revenge on man. Mrs. Fawcetts's address to them recently strongly supported the latter. Un measured contempt (says St. James Gazette ) was poured by the lecturess on Dr. Withers Moore's proposition that the chief object of woman is to become a wife and mother. She reminded her audience (which in these days was surely necessary) that it is easy for girls to become wifes and mothers, and added that Jezebel and Lucrezia Borgia both filled thoso positions. Then Mrs. Lynn Linton's base treachery to her sex came in for notice, with especial reference to her argument that that the higher education of woman could not be made to pay. Mrs. Fawcett had a simple answer ready for that. Let them insist on the professions, from which they had hitherto been jealously excluded, being thrown open, and they would all make fortunes as easily as the ursurping...

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

Pumpkins and Pork. I I have mndo up my mind, says a corres: pondent in the J Farmer's , Review, an Amorican paper, that an aero of pumpkins will make more pork than an acre of corn. . Squashes and pumkins do . not require early planting, and if manured well in'' the hill may. be grown on quito thin land, arid it will bo found an ad vantngo ? to grow- '- a - crop'- of rye to. turn under beforo planting them, as it keeps the land looso and; moist as well as enriching it. I put tho land iu' good condition, lay it off 8 feot by S, and pnt.a good shovolful of mantiro in each hill, and cultivate thoroughly until .the vines cover tho ground. The crop is a good ono to cleanse foul land, for tho vines cover tho land completely early in the sonson, and smother out all weeds. As tho land will not bo cleared in timo to seed fall grain, it is well to grow this crop where you wish to sot oats tho next season, as tho land will bo in good condition for seeding, being both clean and mellow. Althouer...

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A Hint to Farmers &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Jl liint to Farmers «&c. A subject of much importance to the horse breeders of Australia has been lately brought forward in the House of Commons. Every year the task of tho military buyer of horses becomes more difficult, and repeated efforts have been made to draw publio attention to it. io is very ceriain tnac cne stoctc oi uorses in the British Isles is quite inadequate to the demands that would be made upon it wero this country engagi d in war ; in fact it would be quite impossible to procure in tho United Kingdom the' uuisBB which wuuiu uu neeueu lor a single campaign. A suggestion, already under the consideration of the authorities, offers a very convenient way out of the difficulty. Tho several colonies of Australia are admirably suited for the breeding of horses, and any number could bo obtained were the farmers sure of a steady market. 'Walers' have always been in great demand for India, and in a few years, if the proper steps were taken, the whole of our army in th...

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

Business Announcement Extraordinary. Tlie Northern Star GENERAL STORES AMW BAKERY. Bin HE! 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. 2 g Q EH . OQ O '« ^ IT g O » ?— i O -sj « EH & s hH ^ ? Hp a GQ « £2 [V] x pq S PQ Qj P S « ' o 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 O I o 9 ? ^ * g ^ t ? h ? | ' o . * 3 h £ W a * O J O H td 5 SO ij f £ P The ' Northern Star ' steamer will run as usual,...

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The Caterpillars in Maize. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

TTfJC in Dlaizc, Some onrs of maizo attacked by oatorpillars woro reocntly nont to Mr. AV. S. Campbell, of ; tho Minos Department who- bad writton for spccimons of insect posts reported to be in tho district. At tho same timo somo. loaves from . an apricot tree wero also forwardod. Mr. Campbell writos : ' Tho apricjt loaf has boou eaten by tho grub or larva of oither a liootlo or moth ; or perhaps by tho larva of a variety of nnndflv. No living crenturo was to bo soon on the leaves. I submitted tho corn cobs to mjr friond. Mr. Ilavilnnd, who is deeply interested .in all tho vogetablo posts nud is making a special study of them. I ouoloso his letter, f which will mtorcst you.' ^ As the letter will bo of interest to mnizo-H growers generally, wo tako tho liberty of j! publishing it for tlioir bouoSt. Tho writer iflg *P. 'T-Tin.il, it, rt «rl,n tn,.V last year in tho Maize blight, and contributed several luttors thereon to tho pietropolitan press. ' I have aarofully oxaminod tho two co...

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

European /Iflhlrt. I Europe is waiting with great anxiety to seo what course Austria will tako under the increasing gravity of the Eastern Question. The moro the subject is dis cussed the clearer does it become that Austria is the only one Power, save of course Turkey, concerned in preventing a Russofication of the Balkans. Ger many has definitely declared that, while desirous above all things to prevent nn outbreak of hostilities between Austria and Russia, she has no direct interest in tho Balkans. England, as Conservative politicians, in total opposition to their statcmont 10 years ago, are never weary of reiterating, can view with perfect equanimity anything which takes place in the Balkan Peninsula. Constanti nople is no longer a coign of vantage upon our highway to India, and if ever we have to come to blows with Russia, our war will bo a naval one. If hos tilies should break out on land, Central Asia, and not Eastern Europe, will bo the scene of operations. The fact, there fo...

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

,t_. The New thief Justice. j 'v aVFii. Darley was yesterday waited upon by nil tho Supremo Court J udges, except '' Mr. Justico Windeyer, who was engaged the whole day at Dai'lingliurst, by a large number of members of each branch of the leeal profession, and by many others, and congratulated upon his ac ceptance of the office of Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Fawcett, Sir William Manning, and Sir George Innes were ? very early in their calls, and Mr. J ustice WinJeyer sont. a very kind lioto ex plaining his absence, and offering his hearty congratulations. Mr. Darloy will not be sworn in this week. Tho business of , the courts is arranged for the presont week, and Mr. Darley has a number of important private matters to settle. Until Siitimlnv mnrriinf» lift nntertainnd no idea whatever of his being Chief Justico, and tho suddenness of his acceptance of tho office, brought about, as ho freely admits, by Mr. Dalley's letter and arguments, found hint with several, matters which require a...

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Woodburn Jockey Club. [By Telegraph.] [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Woodburn Jockey Club. TBv Tolecrranb.l The following aro tho nominations and weights for tbo Club Handicap to bo run at tho abovo mooting on AVednosday, 22nd instant : — Jossio. ......... . 8 10 Problem ...... 8 4 Assogai.. ...... . 7 12 Silvortip ? . 7 10 Sir Alfred 7 0 Inniskillon . . . . C 12 Amy ..... . . . . . , 6 10 Mnlonoy ...... 6 8 Azalea... ...... .07 Hesseltoin .... 6 0 Accoptancos closo with tlio Secretary (Mr. E. Dean), on tho 21st instant.

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

Sporting Memij. . John Roborts, jun., lias boon delighting English audiences in a matoli witli W. ,T. Poall, Tho conditions woro 10,000 up, spot barred ; and Roborts, who concodod a start of 3000, won by 228. Ho also cssayod tho task of giving Mitchell a start of. 4000 in 12,000, spot barred. Robert's bost break during tho match was 3 (53. - v - V'.. . Tho Now Zoaland, maro Victoria, who last your ran third 'for tlio Auoklatid Clip, rooeutly droppod a colt foal to Ingomar, whioh, as an oxporimont, was taken from tho dam and turned out with another maro ; Viotoria beiug put into Work again. Tho New Zealand colt AVhnkawni, is ooming to try his foriuno ou tho Australian turf. - Tho following is tho ro.sulfc of tho salo of importod mares nt Brisbano rocontly : — Isa Craig, by Crnig Millar, from Lady Isabol, by L'ird of tlio Ih'os, 250 guinoas, E. M'Contioll, Cressbrook. Goorgio, by Goorgo Fredrick from Young Dosdonioun, by Thormnnbv, was passed in at ISO guinoas. Princess, by Pet rarch ...

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

LATER PARTICULARS. The steamers Helen Nicoll and the Keilawarra collided off the the South Solitaries, when the latter sunk in seven minutes afterwards ; the captain, eleven of the crew, and 25 passengers of the latter vessel were lost. Captain Magee, of the City of Grafton, Btutes that a tew minutes aiter 120 ciock last night, when approaohing the South Solitaries, he saw a rocket which he thought came from a sailing vessel ; tho rocket was followed by a blue light ; tho weather was thick, and he steered straight I for the light and went as close as possible, and when he got within speaking distance he ascertained that tho steamer Ilolon Nicoll, Captaiu Frasor, from Grafton for Sydney, had collided with the Keilawarra north of tho North Solitaries, nnd that the collision took placo at 20 minutos past 8 o'clock. The Koilawarra sunk in 7 minutes nnd lost hor captain, orew (11), and passongors (25). Tho Helen Nicoll, when ho camo lip to hor, had hor enginos revolving slowly, just sufl...

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

B li« lilNniorc ltlotH. j The Polico Court oxamination in tho cn«o.of tho riot, in onuntiolion with tlio Edith O'Gurmau loiituro at Lismoro, oooupiod several days, tho Polico Magistrate (Mr. Bray), MoBsrs. Porry, AValmsloy, Bornstoin, B.irrio, Glasgow, | Larltin, ',T. M'lntyru, and AV. II. Gray, J'b.P. j ndjiidioatlng. From AVodnosday, wlion tho | case was initiated, until Monday evening, whon \ 19 (if tlio ullnirmi rioters woro oommit.tod. f.lin fl court was densely crowded, owing to tho faot j that tlio greater numbor of tho accused aro I mon of position and inffuotioo in tho district!, I aud also boaauso Suh-Inspootor Garvin had boon brought from Grafton to prosouu'to, and Mr. Norrio, from tho samo plaao, to dofond tlio groator portion of those chargod with croating a tumultuous disturbance at tho Albort Theatre, Lismoro, on Tuesday, tho 26th Ootohor. Upon tho application of tho tost of fact nnd identification, tbo numbor of tho riotors wns spooilily roducod to somothing loss tha...

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COLLISION BETWEEN THE HELEN NICOLL AND KEILAWARRA GRAFTON, THURSDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

COLLISION BETWEEN THE HELEN NICOLL AND KEILAWARRA GRAFTON, Thursday Morning. Captain Magee, of the steamer City of Grafton, reports a collision between tho Helen Nicoll and the Keilawarra last night. 25 passengers, the Captain, and 11 of the crew have gone down in tho Keilawarra, and six are lost from the Helen Nicoll. Mr. B. Lodge is in the Helen Nicoll's passengers' list. The Helen Nicoll, in company with the Australian, put into Trial Bay, and both left for Sydney this morning at 7 o'clock. The Helen Nicoll is much damaged.

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Coraki V. Bexhill Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

Coraki v. Ilcxliill Cricket Club. This matuh was played nt Gundurimba on Saturday last and resuitort, as may ho soon by tho s«o res, in a win for tlio Coraki by ono inuiugs and 28 runs. Tho play of Messrs. Lookton (Boxhill) and White aud A. Yabsloy (Coraki) was lnuiih admired. 1st Inninos Bkxuill. . . ? « S. Biirwoll b A. Yabsley ............ 2 A. Clarke b C. Yabsloy . . . ... ...... . . ? 0. D. Clarke b C. Yabslev. , . . . , . . 0 E. T. Hanoook 1) A; Yabsloy ...... . . 0 AV. Lookton not out ? 12 T. lliuk's b A. Yabilev. . . .......... . 0 AV. AValmsloy li O. Clarko ? ? 4 T. Wright b.O. Clarke.. . . O J. Godboo b P. '-Niland. ............. 4 J, Nicholson b r. Niland ........... . 0 Sundries....'..,...,.. 7 Total 29 2nd Inninos. E. T, Ilanoook run out ? ? 1 3. Biguoll run out ? ? 1 W. Lookton b A. Yalmloy .......... : 1 J. Wright b A. Yabsloy ...... ...... ?: 0 T. Tlicks b P. Niland ? . ...'. . ; .... 0 W. Walmsley b A. Yabsloy../..... , . I A. Clarko b A. Yabsloy ..... . . . . , . ....

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

WANTED, a first-class ALL ROUND MAN for tho bush. Good wages and rations. Apply to GEORGE COOPER, Coraki. rjl H A N K S. Wo beg to tender our warmest Thanks to those friends whoso kind attention during our reoent bereavoinent has doue much to soften our loss by the death of our beloved son George, ou Tuesday last. ' EDWARD WELLS. SARAH A. WELLS. Coraki, Dec. 9, 1880. gCHOOL OF ARTi, CORAKI. A GRAND BALL, iu nid of tho above, will bo held on MONDAY, tho 3rd Junuiuy noxt. P. D. WATTS, Hon. Secretary. ? General Notices. ? | ?yyOODDURN JOCKEY CLUB RACES. RACE CARD. Wo intend publishing a Rnoo Card in con ? noction with tlio abovo mooting. Thoro will bo a good numbor printed, and a few adver tisements will bo inserted in tbo Card. l'urtieB wishing to avail themselves of tho opportunity of thus advertising should mako early applica tion for spaco. CENTRAL RICHMOND PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE— Mossrs. O. R. Jones, M. Doran, E. Konnedy, P. ClafFoy, J. ...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 December 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. Monday. Tlio French Chamber of Deputies has refused to grant the voto of oight millions sterling to remodel the Navy, and tho Ministry havo resigned. The proposed increase in the German Army produced a longthy debate in the German Reichstag. The question is not yet decided. Turkey recommends tho Great Powers to accept the nomination of Princo Nicholas to tho Bulgarian Throno. Tho Canadian Admiralty Court has confiscated the American schooner High land Light, caught fishing within the Canadian limits. England declines to internationalise the Suez Canal, and Rays she will not evacuate Egypt. LONDON, Tuesday. An important despatch has been sont by the Secrotary of State to the Agents General, summoning a conference at London in April or May, of tho representatives of the Colonies to discuss the question of their special interests, and principally to organise for tho defence of the Empire, but deprecates any discussion of Imperial Federation. The United States Congre...

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