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Proposed Association of Banks. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Proposed Association of (Banks. The recent movement among tho banks of Victoria to renew the association has ! led to a definite agreement. Since the j association terminated, constant attention ! imo uci-.ii 5jivi.il iu uniigmg ituuuu ;i new arrangement, and as an agreement binding the ' banks 1 of only one colony could easily be interfered with by those of the other colonies, it was sought to form an association to include, all tho-, banks:of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. Only, one Victorian bank was opposed ,to the reunion, but it has now joined 'the others, and negotiations for an agreement to reduce the' rate of interest on, deposits have been, satisfactorily concluded. It is hoped that the same will shortly be; the case with the banks of the other colonies, and that with the assistance or the Mydney banks, many of which have already promised 'to join,, an association , of. all the, banks of jail: tho colonies : will soon be an accomplished fact, when the rates for depo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1886. BEFORE Messrs. M. M. Campbell, J. White, and W. Yabsley, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Coraki Pollcc Court. I Monday, Deokmuku 13th, 1880. Brfork Mossrs. M. M. Caitipboll, ,T. Wliito, and W. Ynbsloy, ,T'h.P. Jamos Butler, on bail, was ohargod with wilfully and maliciously wounding ono Goorgo Batt.yo, at Cornki, on tho 27th of Nov. mbcr. Mr. Allingham appeared for tho defendant; Tlio ovidenoo, us publixhod, was again takon nnd tho cii'sb gono into dk novo, Air. M. M. CnmDbcll. in tho ubsonco of Mr. Brav tho Polico MugiHtruto, acting as Chairmau of tho bonoli. After Constnblo Rogors' evidonno had boon again tnkon, Mr. Allinglinm cross-oxaminod tho wittiesscH as follows : It was not a bright night, noithcr was it vory dark ; it was not diffioult to seo beoauso tho affair took plaoo right under tho rayB from Nolan's lamp ; Nolan's is about 10 yards from Brandon's ; I was ublo to rocognino somo of tho persons present nt tho row ; was much ongnged with M'Cnbe when Bntt.vo was struok, aud did not tako uotico of anything oxcopt I hoard tho sound of something like a blow ; I w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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An Artistic Cabinetmaker. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

/ft n Artistic Cabinetmaker. Speaking of the attractive curiosities in the Royal Polytechnic Institution, George-street, Sydney, the Echo refers to the handiwork of a well-known Sydney resident ' Another very recently added attraction at the Polytechnic is that of a row of seven pictures, made out of different coloured wood let in mosaic fashion and without any aid from paint, by an enthusiastic cabinetmaker from Newcastle, named John Lane, who has devoted 13 years to the work. To give an idea of the tremendous amount of minute patient labour that must have been expended on those extraordinary pictures, it need only be stated that a thousand tiny pieces of vari-coloured and multi-formed wood havo been let in to make but one of tho ingenious and very ? ii_ e ? ? -u ii ? ? ? ? ? preny iruiutis iu wuiuu cue piutuics ulu set. The best are the ship and horse pictures, and the character sketches, such as the two little Jim crows playing cards, and Dick Wittington with his pack. These are ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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CROOKED CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

crooked rircrcRir.' This placo is distant sorao 8 milos from Fairfiold. Tho country, is elevated, and tho surfaoo_ indications arp similar to Mount Onmngton, Tho prospects shown woro really very good, nnd oneh claim holdor foe'.s vory sunguino ; all thoy require is a . oiittory, wnicii would provo a payablo invesfmont to any porson feeling disposed to oroct ono, for in this lo.cnlity thoro are sevorai good payablo areas. -1st Wilson and party (tho prospoctors), Muldoon and party, JPollard and - party, Botteridgo and party, Munsio and party, Hynes and party, Dempsoy nnd party. Thoro aro sovoral- claims : now iir tho murket, and a final sottlemoiit takes place in a few days which will bo;fully roportod, whon somo of your Richmond pooplo will show vory prominently.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

FairJicld. I fFKOM OITH COniUISl'OXDF.VT.1 So far this fiokl has mado rapid stndos, and is daily gaining tho confulonco of businoss mon, spoculators, minors, and othors. Ero this is in print tho crusliings at tlio '? Prospoctors' and Carmichaol's battorios will bo mado known, and I am convincod tho rosult will bo eatisfactorv to tho promotors. In my last roport I montionod that tho Fogwolls woro_ on good shows ; thoy aro now having thoir claim testod by a crashing of somo 30 tons at Carmichabl's battery; tho, result will bo anxiously awaitod. Adjoining Fogwell and party is Horton and party, who havo 6 noros, nnd nro down somo considorablo dopth. upon two roofs, and a crushing of sovornl tons from oach at the old Lunatic machino gayo — ono reof 7. feot wide — 15 dwt por ton, and tho other,' loz 15 dwts por ton, which ought to pay its'holdors handsomoly. Adjoining Horton aud party thoro arc sovoral claims, but nothing startling has boon discovered, but tho situation boing. good no dou...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How to Keep a Cellar Cool. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

EEow iu KLeey a (L'eiBar Cool. - A, great mistake is sometimes .made in ventilating. ; cellars 1 or : dairies. ? The purpose of ventilation is to keep the cellars' cool arid dry, liur, this object often I fails of being accomplished by a common i mistake, tho: cellar 'being made both warm and. damp instead. A cool place I suuiuu. ixu vui. uu vuuuiaiuu, . umuss tuw -vu- i admitted is cooler than the air within, or is sat least as cool as tlio latter, or a very, littlo warmer. The warmer the air,, the more moisture it holds in suspension. Necessarily, , . ; the ? cooler ; the - air ? 1 the i more this moisture -visi-. condensed ? : and precipitated. - - When a ; -cool cellar is aired on a- warm day, tho entering air, (, being in motion, appears cool ; but as it fills the cellar, tho coolor air with whiclii it becomes ; mixed chills it;' the moisture ,is condensed, and dew - is deposited on the; cold -walls, and may often be seen running down : them in streams. Then i the cellar is dam...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ! Arrivals, December 11. — Bollinger, n.. Captain J. M Arthur iu ohargo, from Sydney. Docomber 13. — Tomki, s., Captain Janksau, from Sydney, Pussonirel's — Mesdames Winton, Lupton, Martin, Lofliio, Scrivoner ; Misses Muir, Campbell, Luptott, Lowann ; Messrs. Martin, Grahnm, Walker, Oroak, Way, Lup* ton ; Masters Muir, I.uptou, nud 13 in tho Rteornge. Cargo, 200 tuns general merchan dise. Loft Sydney nt 3 p.m. on tho llth iiihtant, croasod the Richmond Bar at 10 a.m. on the 13th, and Arrived at Ooraki at 6 p.m. same dty. Experienced light variable winds during tlio passage.

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 — 17 December 1886

. Shipping Notices. BB. NICOLL'S LINE OF STEAMERS . WINNING v v . TO AND FROM SYDNEY. *'$ THE S. S. BELLI SGER ? .(under tlio command of Captain B. Alms'?), In, .now making WEEKLY TRIPS botwoon tho Riohmond Rivor and Sydnoy. ? A Gf ENT S : : i1 Bnllinn ? ? ? ? ? (Woodbwn ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ,T. Lrvnp. CoraM ? ? ; ? ? C. Stamford. ; Casino. ? F. G-. Croiioh. Lismoro ? ? E. Coleman. . ' All Cargo to niul from Cnsino and tho South Arm of tlio river froo of jlroghago. b. b.'nicollT* ' ' Victoria Wharf, Sydnoy. vf gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Untii, FuiiTimn Notice. Tho Favourito Now Twin-scrow Steamer TttRIKI, under tho clinrgo of Captain Jackson, will ho despatched from Lismoro nbout every Sovon Days. FREIGHTS nnd PASSAGES at Cnrront Rates. IJST PnssnKO Tiokots avaiUhlo hy any of tho Company's Htoamors from any River. AGENTS. Claronco Rivor: EDWARD CREEll, Grafton. Richmond Rivor : JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismoro. ? THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J. STOREY, Cornlii. Note. — Tho Company havo also decided to run ...

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Coraki Post-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

-Coraki PoHt-Ofllce. -Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mails iir rive from Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and close for the same places ovory Tuesday, and Friday, at' 5 p.m. Arrive from-Liamorp, Wyrallah, and Guudur imba daily, and close for same places every.Monday and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino aud Codriugtou every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. aud Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. ;. nnd close for same places every Mon day and Thursday, nt, S. 30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, WarJell, aud Broadwater.

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Religions JtlcmoraiMla. Cituncu op EsoLAjfn. 19 — Woodburn, 11 a.m, ; Broadwater 3 p.m. ; Woodburn, 7.30. 25— (Christmas Day) Woodburn (with Holy Communion), 11 n.m. 2d— Woodlmru. 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Coraki, 3.30 p.m. — Rev. E.F. Havilaud. \V EvLE VAN ClIUROH.' 1 9. —North Clnnes, 11 a.m. ; Rexhill, 3 p.m. ; tiiatllorc, 7-30 p.m. — Rev. Fredk. C. Boyer. 19. — Bumrawalbyn, 11 a.m. ; Coraki (Slhoolof Arts) 2.15 p.m. ; Casino, 7.30 p.m. — Rov. Jas. H. Lowiu. 19.— Meorschaum, 11 a.m. ; Wyrallah, 3 p.m. — Mr. S.-T. .Nortlicntt. 19. — Alstouvilie, 3 p.m. — S. 19.— ltoso Hill {Mr. Nicoll's), 2.30.- -Mr. ' e- Robert Arthur. .*? December 19.— Goonellabdh (TemporancoHall), 3p. tn.— Mr. ,Tns Ingham. December 19. — Irvington, 3 p.m. — Mr. F. B. Gulley. . Baptist Ciitmcir. Decomber 19 — Pimlieo, 11 it. in. ; Wardell, 3.30 p.m. ; Broadwater. 7.30 p.m. iDecomber 19— Oakland, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. — Supply. Decomber 2G — Oakland, 11 a.m. ; Bunga walbyn, 3 p.m. ; South Woodburu, 7 p.m. — ?Thos.- Ll...

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Supreme Court Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Supreme Court Case. I Just before tho rising of the Court, Mr. C. J. Manning asked pormission to make an application in a very urgent manner. A Mr. W. T. Yoager, the plaintiff, was the owner of 40 acres of land at i-i, „ T,„„„,i that is, ho was looked upon by tlio land offico as tho owner. Upon this land thoro was about £1000 worth of pine, cedar, and othor valuable timber. Tlio defendant, Aloxr. Brown, professed that he had conditionally purchased tho land in dispute ; but his claim was dated fivo years aftor the original taking up, and one year after the transfer to plaintiff. Tho defendant, D. Harloy, had gone on tho land, and was cutting the pino-troos and taking them away, saying he had Brown's authority for doing so. In support of tho application the learned council produced an affidavit from Messrs. Cope and King, agents in Sydney for Mr. Allingham, solicitor for plaintiff, which stated that ho was informed tho plain tiff's title to the land stood good, and that unless the in...

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The Corangomite. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

The t'oraugnmite. The Corangomite steamer which was run ashore at Wreck Bay during a fog last week, was certainly one of the finest vessels on the coast. She was built in 1885, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, by Messrs. Swan and Hunter, and was a steel screw steamer, of the following dimensions : — Lenetb. 300 feet : beam. 40 feet 1-lOth ; and depth of hold, 19 feet 7-10ths; and her net register being 1562 tons, and gross measurement 2420 tons. She was driven by compound engines, on the triple expansion principle, of 1000 horsepower; and during the latter proportion of her career, at any rate, she proved herself capable of holding her own with the fleetest of the coasters. The accommodation of the vessel was of the most superior kind, and was set off at night to great advantage by the electric light, which extended throughout the ship. In what ever respect the Corangomite might have been looked at, she could fairly be considered a splendid snip ; and if she be not recovered, her loss will b...

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Stung by a Stingarce. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Sitastg Biy n. Siingarce. About a week ago Mr. Henry Stace, of Laurieton, while dragging a net to catch fish, -was' stung by a' stingaree., either oil' tho foot or the leg. His leg soon began to twell, and he hns been in terrible pain ever since — the swelling continuing Aipwards. ' On Thursday morning he was so much 'worse that his brother, Charles Stace, who was attending the Land Board at Taree, was telegraphed to return home at onco, as his brother was dying. This is a singular and very sad case. — Manning M. Times. In the debate which took placo in the German Reichstag upon the introduction ? of tho bill authorising an increase in the German army, the various speakers pointedly referred to the French military preparations. Herr Bronsart von Schellendorf, Minister for.War, declared that there was no well-founded prospect of peace, and that Franco was tho like liest scon rco from jWhich ; peril, or- oven war, might be expected. ?

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A Ship Without an Owner. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

A Ship Without an Owner. The fine old ship Tyburnia, which has been lying up in port for the past nine months, was placed in the Admiralty Court on the 22nd of October last by Captain M'Devitt, her commander, who, after a vain endeavour to discover her owner, or owners, has placed her in the above court, and there is every probability of her being sold on an early date in order to satisfy the captain's claim upon her since she has been laid up in port. A description of this fine vessel has already appeared in the columns of this journal, it is therefore needless to say anything further, be yond stating that she was built at ^Glasgow in 1857 by Alexander Stephens for Soames and Co., of London, and was purchased last year from that firm, and fitted out for a pleasure excur sion to the West Indies and the Mediterranean. After the trip, which was, it is stated, a most successful one, she brought a cargo to Sydney, from there coming on to this port. The Tyburnia, like all other ships, wh...

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The Imperial Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

TTIie EanpGrJafl Enslitnte. - The Premier, Sir Patrick Jennings, has received frOm. the Chief Secretary of South Australia a copy of the following telegram from the Agents-General in reference to the proposed Imperial Institute ' .Tninf-. Tnl rwrn m from \ (rents-General I — I-Iis Royal Highness the Prince of Wales' committee, in communication with the Agents-General, and with the con currence of his Royal Highness, have remodelled tho basis of the institute. Name, Imperial Institute for United Kingdom, Colonies, and India. Half the entire space, in no way inferior to the other half, to bo reserved for the colonies and India. Each colony to have control of its section, and the colonies to have a fair share m the management, it isaJso contemplated to have, from time to time, exhibitions of specific industries and products. The building will bo construc ted before the opening. We have settled that, as the colonies are contributing a lump sum no further grant for adminis tration can be...

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Australian Wines. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Australian Wines. Tiie Colonial Secretary has received from the Ageut-Goneral a despatch forwarding a copy of a letter to him from Mr. P. B. Burgoyne, expressing a desire to give three prizes of 10 guineas each foiv New a„„n, a ii,„ despatch is a draft for £31 10s., which Sir Saul Samuel requests may be handed to such society or persons deemed best qualified to deal with the proposal. Mr. Burgoyne proposes that the amount shall be awarded in three annual prizes of 10 ; guineas each, upon terms similar to those upon which he lias given prizes to the Horticultural and Agricultural Society of Adelaide and to tho Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition. The competiors, he suggests, should be confined to growers of the exhibits, and the bulk from which the samples are taken should bo in the growers' hands at the timo the award is made. The object of this is, that with the credit of the award shall be coupled the names both of the successful pro ducers and of the vineyards. The exhibits should repres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Business Announcement Extraordinary. Tlie lotlhern Star GENERAL STORES AI» BAKERY* GH&EJMHES Has much pleasure in announcing that the above Stores are now opened with the LARGEST STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 011 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. M 8 SPECIAL NOTICE. f 8 Q SH ? i-J z « g With tlie view of keeping pace with the | w m ^ g times I haye erected Large and Commodious | w q S ^ Premises, Stores and Bakery combined, and * % ^ jg ® as heietofore, Goods of First-class Quality only | § S § | gq are kept in stock, at Prices which defy compe- I' t- 2 ? 3 j g tition. My Bread is too well-known to need | 5 g comment, and is delivered as usual around town f pj-i ^ and by boat and steamer. ^ ^ ^ ? , ? p The ' Northern Star 99 steamer will run as usual, aud Goods can be pur chased at customers own doors a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

Special Advertisements. [An oxtra ohargo of 20 por cent made for ad vortisomonts insorted In this column.] jyj B I- I O A L. F. O. CONNOR, M, 11., M. On., Edinburgh University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Doily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTn WOODBURN, from 10 to I o'clock, tggT EVERY TUESDAY. 'NUNQUAM DORMIO.' THE JUrlniroitLr §p(m' JJcnrlir, Ann NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki every Friday Mounino. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1S8G.

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A Wonder of Mechanical Genius. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

A Wonder of Mechanical Genius. Strasburg, the ill-fated capital of the Lower Rhine provinces, possesses three things which rank among the most perfect of their kind — the magni ficent Gothic Cathedral, the loftiest tower in the world (466ft. high, which fnrmQ nn r t nf f)l-a n»r«at structure), and the astronomical clock, which is erected in the tower. Of the last, a model is now being exhibited in Sydney at the Apollo Hall, Kidman's Buildings, Market-street. The orig inal clock is admittedly a masterpeice of mechanicism ; the model cannot take any lower class, as it is an exact repro duction, though, of course, on a much smaller scale, of the wonderful work manship of the other. The clock is at once an astronomical, musical, mechan ical, and ' apostolic' one. The niovements of the solar and planetary system are represented with mathemat ical accuracy ; the time of day in every part of the globe is indicated, the computations of the eclipses are shown, as well as every other branch o...

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A Queensland Stud. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 17 December 1886

A Queensland Stud. I Mb. Finnie's stud of blood horses end brood mares, two-year-olds and year lings is just now in a promising con dition. We (Toowooniba Chronicle) were round his stables not many days ago and there saw all his well-known racers. Newl'old is there for stud pur poses and looks well and that great old goer Goldfinder is in line form and looks as fit as ever. My Love is in the pink of condition, aud Medusa in the neighbouring box sho.ws no signs of deterioration. My Man, Battalious, Maritana, Cicily, and a full sister to Ben Bolt, the now famous winner of the Oaulfield Cup, are all in the stables aud taking daily exercise, whilst run ning in the paddock close at hand are seven yearlings as promising a looking lot as one would wish to see. Amongst them is a full brother to Ben Bolt, a perfect picture for his age, and for him his breeder has already refused a three figure offer. Just now he is a bit off t#:' with the strangles, but from the attack ,he is now on a fair w...

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