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Ireland and Free-Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Ireland and Frce*'t'jr&de- Thb following letter, signed Thomas Campbell, appears in the Sydney Morn ning Herald of 'Tuesday last s — Sir,- As an Irishman find ffeetrader psrmit me to instruct the ignorant. In read ing Mr. Rose's letter in this morning's H^rxLd t am gratiiied to think he Ins. struck a blow that will spread dismay in the protectionists' ranks. Ireland .under free trade was most prosperous. Mr. Grattan, in one of his brilliant speechc9, addressing the Irish Parliament, said : ' You remem ber the night you gave your country free trade, wheu with your hands you opened all her harbours, when England stood eclipsed by your glory, and your islaud. rose from its bed and got nearer the sun.' When the English wanted to ' foist on the Act of Union, Mr. Grattau told the Prime Minister, Pitt, ' The Minister sees, but I do not see ships' from over the seas sailing into the harbours of Munster and Connaught.' Every Irishman knows Grattan's words came t:» pass; how Irish ind...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

CUristmsis. Many more practical and useful subjects to tho unthinking. mind might be dilated on in a leading article than the ono which forms the subject of our present article, but one more in -unison with the season it would be impossible to find. Without diving into the chronology of the tiling, which would lead us to . wander between the early Eastern and Western Churches, from December to April, as to which was the proper Christmas tide, the generally accepted time of later periods has never deviated from the 25 t,h of December for nearly nineteen centuries. Christmas, the great.. festival of- the Christians, was alsoj in olden times, the Saturnalia of the Romans. It is now, in a measure, a Saturnalia, but of a more modern and re lined type, and surrounded with the most sacred associations, those that are practically illimitable, and are now as well represented on the golden sands of Africa, the ice bound shores of Greenland, and the sunny isles of the soft Pacific Ocean, as th...

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 — 24 December 1886

Sires of the Season 0 STAND TIIIS SEASON, NEAR COBAKI, Tho Thoroughbred liorso WELCOME. WELCOME is ft dark Cliontiut, liy Wurliko (imp.) ; dam Topsy, by Wlmlobouo j g dam liosobud, by Pilsford (imp.) TERMS ? £2 5b singlo maro. Two or moro mares tho property of samo owuor £2 each. Iggf Good gross nnd plonty of water, and cvovy euro taken of maros, but no responsi bility incurred. All mures must be removed and paid for by tlio 1st January. 1887. MAKTIN DOR AN. rpo STAND THIS SEASON X At Codrington, nnd travol tho surrounding distriot, «, j^flKkMM&Tlio Powerful Draught liorso ROYAL PLANTATION, By Plantation, (imp.) ; dam by Lincoln (imp.) ; g dam by Essox (imp.) ; gg dam by Shortlegs (imp.) ; g g g dam by Dray man (imp.) TERMS ? .£2 10s. por maro. A liberal reduction mado for two or moro maros tho property of samo person. Good soouro paddocks providod and every caro takon of maros, but ' no responsibility in curred. tj@' Royal Plantation is about 1GJ hands high, witli groat bon...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Recent Disastrous Collision. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

The Recent SMsastrous Collision. No one can have read the conflicting statements with regard to the collision between the steamers Helen Nicoll and Keilawarra without arriving at the conclusion that the case requires the striotest investigation. It is, to say the least, singular, that on the eastern coast of Australia the percentage of wrecks is beyond belief larger than on the rougher coasts and narrower channels of the British Islands. There must be a reason for this, and we venture to think — with all due deference to the sailers of tho sea and other recognised authorities — that it arises from laxity of discipline, south of, the equator, from skipper to cabin boy, coupled with a disregard for human life, -vhich is appalling, . Collision . after -collision, wreck after, wreck, and what is the result ; iu some! casos important witnesses aro spirited away, in others a humane (?) Board of Inquiry suspends' an officers certificate: for. a few months to onablo him, at the expense of t...

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 — 24 December 1886

General Notices Q A N'T B 13 K A T. Who givos nio A-l Ginger Boor, And at a prico that's far from doar, Dolicious, sparkling, swoot aud cloar. Why BALZER. ? Who koops tho host of Gitigor Alo That makes all other brands turn palo, Fizzing and frosh and novor stalo, Why BALZI3R. ] Who whon by lioat I'm ovordono Kills tho oll'oct of tropic sun, By Lonionudo that prizo liath won, Why BALZER. Who cools my coppors in tho morn, Whon I fool soody and forlorn, With Soda cool and puro aud stroncr. Why BALZER. i JOHN O. BALZER, Managor at Coraki. Octobor 20th, 1 880. Jjl O R . SALE, CHEAP. Donay and Family Bibles Lifo of Christ Lifo of tlio Virgin ; Hunyan's Works Chamber's Information for tlio Peoplo, 2 vols. Humo's History of EnglHnd, 3 vols. Cassoll's Popular Educator, 3 vols. Globo Encyclopedia, 6 vols. Wilson's Tales of tho Border, 2 vols. Novels, by Scott, Diokons, Lover, Smollett, &o. ? ' ' Magnificontly bound and Illustrated. Quite - now. Make beautiful prosonts. Will bo sold a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

SI I IPl'ING INTELLIGENCE. ,| ''?wing to tlio strong . southerly wind — and tojiseguent heavy woatliQr — there has' been 110 arrivals or depn rtu'ros during tlio past week. Tlio Platypus, Bellinirer, and Tomki havo been lying »t Bjilhtm r on rl v for hoii. for ovor a week, utid tlio Cora It i, and. Queen of tlio South linvo been beating about outsido; tho former having run eh art. of, provisions left for, Brisbane ou .lues lay last, Tho City, of Grafton mid tho L'l Wronco hnvo been lying inside i tho Chirnnco sinco, Saturday last, and- tho Thetis and Aus tralian linvo been outside sinoo Monday, thu lnt lor orosaed in on 'Wednesday.'' Tho Sydnoy instils have been delayed for mora than u week in consequence.

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 — 24 December 1886

Shipping Notices. gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. Until Further Notice. The Favourite Now Twin-acrow Steamer TOIflKI, under tfho charge of Captain Jackbon, will bo despatched from Lismoro about every Seven Days. FREIGHTS and PASSAGES nt Current Rates. t^T Passage Tickets avail.iblo by any of tho Company's Steamers from uny River. AGENTS. Clarence River: — EDWARD CREEK, Grafton. ? '~ Richmond Rivor : JOHN M'LENNAN, Listnore. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J. STOREY, Coraki. Note. — Tho Company have also decided to run the fi.fi. PLATYPUS regulnrly, should snf . ficiont inducement offer. R. COOKE, Secretary. C. and R.B. S. N. Co., Sydnoy, Juno 1st, 188G. iggT Tho Company wihIics to notify Farmers andothers on tlio South Arm and surroundings of Cornki that, they liavo recently erected on their property at Corakiu commodious Yards, whore Pigs and Onlvos may comfortably and se(\urely await shipment by first Sydnoy boat. Tho Yards aro roofed, and a good supply of Water is available. Notice of shipments...

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 — 24 December 1886

- lteliglous Aacmorniula. Chuuck of Exot.ANn. 25— (Christmas Dav) 'Woodburn (with Holy Communion), 11 a. in. 26 — Woodburn, 11 a.m.. and 7.30 p.m. ; Coraki, 3.30 p.m. — 'Rov. E.F. Hnvilaud.' We-i.eyax Cntmoii. Christmas Day!— Lismoro, 7 30. 'p.m. December 2G.— Lismore.. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. January , 2.'— Ballina. .11 n.m. ; Alstonville, 3 p.m. ; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. (Covenant Service, 8.30 p.m.) — llev. Fredk. C. Boyor. Christmas Day.— Casino. 11 a.m. December 20. — Tomki, 11 n.m. ; Irvington, 3 p.m. ; Casino. 7.30 p.m. January 2.— Cowiong, lO.FOa.m. ; Moorsohnum; 3 p.m. ; Wyrallali, 7 p.m. (Covenant Servioe, 8 p.m.)— 'Rov. Jns. If. Lewiu. Christians' Day.- — Irvington, ll n.m. December 36. — Casino, 11 a.m. , . .» January 2. — Irvington 3 p.m. ; Casino, 7.30 p.m.— Mr. Simpson, Sour. ? Decembor 26.— Pimlino, 11 a.m. ; Alstouville. 3_ p.m.— Mr. S. T. Northcott. December 20.— Cowiong, 11 a.m. — S. December 26.— Dunoon, 2.30 p.m. January 2. — Be'xliill, 3 p.m. —Mr. Robert Arthur. Chris...

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Wreck of the Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Wrccli of the llrtinswiclt. Tiirp.s. Brunswick, from Sydney bound to tho Manning was lost on tho Maiming bar .on Saturday. AH hands aro saved, but tlio vossel is n total wreck. The Brunswick was a small steamer of 118 tons, owned by1 messrs. John Sen and Civ. and wns commanded by -Cilptain J. Benson, .- Slip, woul 1 in [ill ' probability bo insured for n portion of her vnhi -.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. Tlie Bulgarian Embassy was received by .Princo Bismarck, who advised tho acceptance of tho candidature of Princc Nicholas. The Standard says tho relations between Germany and France, and France, Austria, and Russia are extremely critical. Also, that the Russians aro massing troops on their Western boundary. The Queensland Agent-General is pressing the Secretary of State for the colonies to define the acceptable conditions on which England will assume the sovereignty of Now Guinea. The Agents-General are unanimously in favor of a joint English-French jurisdiction regarding a solution of the New Hebrides difficulty. Tlio ' Colin-Campbell divorce suit has coucluaed. The hearing lasted eighteen days, and the costs will probably exceed £15,000. The J udge's summing up was in favor of the co-respondent. The jury fouud- that neither side was able to prove the charges and dismissed both petitions, adding a rider, that the conduct of General Bntler in failing to ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. GRAFTON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [fkom our own correspondent.] GRAFTON, 'Wednesday. : At a largo public meeting hold last night nt the Theatre Royal, which was presided over liy the Mayor, re the Grufton-Twced Railway, a resolution was proposed that an inspection of tho route slioiild be nuide in order tluit a reliable report of tlio; capabilities of the couutry through which the Hue would pass should be obtained to place before Parliament, : upon which the following aniendmeut was moved by Mr. Thos. Page, J.P., and seconded by Mr. John H. Munro, and carried, only nine dissent ing, — ' That in the opiuion of this meet ingjno furthor action should bo taken to urge upon the Government o£ New South Wales the necessity for the construction of any line of railway in these districts until an opportunity has been given for an expression of public opinion as to whether or not separation from New South Wales would be more advisable.' Tho following resolution was then proposed by Mr. H. Maurice J.P., and seeonde...

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Woodburn Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Woodburn .Jockey Club Races. The annual meeting in connootion with thiB. young und thriving club took plnco on tho rncocourso in Mr. Thompson's jmddock on Woilnosduy last, whon u cloudy day, accontod by a fair broozo, inado things ploasant for both bipods and quadrupeds. ? With regard to tho courso, it is an un doubtedly good ono, and in tlio hnnds of an onorgotio coinmittoo might bo mado all that could bo dosirod. , Tho question of u Grandstand yot remains in tho dim futuro, . ntid-possibly depends on tho procuration / of a lease ; nevertheless it is a want that I is much folt, and might bo mado a tnniu fuctor in ' tho accumulation of a crodit balance for tho club, much largor than it nt prosont has. Tho oxisting judgo's box is fully threo foot too high, and might with ndvantapo bo accommodated with stops asconding thoroto snmowhat loss porilous than thoao nt prosont in uso. A rid, speaking of tho judge's box, wo would liko to point out that it is not usual for that structuro to bo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

DBiiVS'SI. BALZEIt. — On tho 20th instant, at tho rosi donco of his parents, Bridgo-street, Coraki, Philip JIen'UY, oldest son of John Geot'g'o and Mary Jane Balzer; aged G years. ?' May his soul rest iu peaoo.' mace— urn uminiii— — ' NUNQUAM DORJIIO.' THE iJ.icTnn.oub §.i&.cr , ! /p.-:'- ''AND-' ' ' ' * NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PUDIASIIED AT CORA.K.1 EVEHY:FalDAY MOUNINQ. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 188G.

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tho manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tho Managor Clarenco Rivor and North Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, TuuitsnAY, (i p.m. Maizo is soiling at 4s. per bushel und is very scarce j Eggs, Is. 8d. per dozen ; Pigs, 5d. per lb. ; Fowls, 5s. per pair.

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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

JLi»iiiiore. [Fhom ouu Connusi'oNDENT.] IilE woathor horo still contuiuos vory showory, nnd tolorably ploasant for tho timo of yoar. It is foaroil in soino places thnt tho crops will bo spoilod 011 account ot tho oxcessivo inoisturo. Fruit is being brought into town in largo quantities. Tho vineyards around look splendid, and givo promiso of a groat yiold. Mr. John Farrolly's tondor lias boon accoptod for tho oroction of tho Church of England Pursonago, and that gontloman intends starting work early in January. Tho Good Tomplar Lodgos horo lntond at an oarly dato holding gospol tomporanco missions. This I think is going a stop too fnr. Thoir work would bo appreciated moro if carriodoutiudopondontof roligion. Mr. A. Currio, storoioepor, of North Lismoro, has oponed a branch of his business in Moloswortli-stroot, in 0110 of tho shops just oroctod by Mr. Chas. Barry. Thoro is no amusemont or attraction of any kind to bo hold hero during tho Christinas holidays— no Church of England Baz...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

llrlef Alcntlon.: North Coraki Sports next Monday. Cattle timle vory brisk on tho Richmond. Haitian 1ms sailed I'or Now York. Jfavor of Ballina laid up with tho gout. About 700 millionaires in the world. ;? Mccollcct; acceptances C;. J.- 0. clo.io noon 27th. Liiuerick and Froodom havo arrivod at Coraki . Tho Mount Ivonnio condemnod criminals will bo exccutcd ou January 7. 'J'ho stranded steamer Conuigamite sold by auction for £700.' 1 ' r Queensland celebrated lior 27th,birthday;on: tho 10th instant, ; . - , . Another separation colchration is imminent. : Look - out for tho programme of Sports to lie hold ,at, ^Vyrallah on, ,January- 2f)th.i Will appoar noxt isstio. ' ? ? l- ,: i - i A small box, containing photognipliH, &c., which ..showed it to he tho property of Edward Ih-iidloy, of tho Keilawarra, wns brought into Grafton from Oonnda. last weok; lIueiicrlioiii's Giund Concert Company at tho School of Arts on Wednesday noxt: , ? Huencrboin's- (luintetto.- Oonipnny' at Tow...

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The Reilawarra-Helen Nicoil Collision. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

The Acilanarivi-Sfelcii Afieoll ? ? €o!!5si«u. Mb. W. J. Maiieii, of Rouky Moiith, who was a saloon passentfer on tlio Helen Nicoll, has given tho followiuir acen int. of tho collision : — After passing tho. North Solitary I wont on to tlie quarter deck, ? and remained there in company with tlio chiof-ofBoer (Mr. .Nolan) until the close of his watch, which was at 8 p.m. At 8 o'clock Sir. ICnowIos, the second ofticer, cauie and ; released 5Ir. Nolan, and- 1 remained on dock con /orsinar with him: - About eight minutes afterwards Mr. Knowles camo on watch the. lonk-oat niKn of tlio Helen Nicoll struck tho ship's boll twico — which I understand indicates -that thero_ is vessel in -sif^ht — and tlio officer in ohargo answered' ' All right ? old. Cliook.', I then saw tlio masthead light of a vessel n little- on tlio starboard sido of tho , -Helen Nicoll's how— i.e., between ' tho Halan Nicoll and tbo shoro. I had just then. resolved to go t) : bod, and am ablo to fix, tlio timo through h...

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Late Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

liate Cablegrams. Cablegrams under date London, Decem ber 10 state : — Tho lifeboat stntioned at Southport, iu Lancashire, put off to rescuo the crow of a vessol which had gone ashore on tho sands near there. A heavy soa struck tho boat, causing her to capsize, and 13 of tho orew wero drowned. A second disaster, involving further loss of- lifo, is -reported from Southport, to-day. A second lifeboat attempted to reach the ship-wreckcd vessel, which was still on -tho sands. This boat was also capsized, and l-i men perished. The agreement which has beon entorod into by England and Germany in regard to trading interests on the east coast of Africa groatly curtails tho territory of the Sultan of Zanzibar, in favour of Germany. The foreign exhibitors at tho Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition are allowed to apply for spaceat the Exhib tion until February. The Spectator has an articlo upon the proposals to hold a conference in London in April or May next, to which represen tatives of all the princ...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Small Debts Court. . In a case called Keslin v. Ithoinstraw it was pointed out by tho Bcnoh, that the summons had only boon taken out five days beforo the sitting of the Court, whoreas eight clear dayh was the time tho plaint must be entered, and five oloar days tho surQmons must b'e served beforo the day of hearing. ? A fresh summons was ordorod to issue. Proclamation.—' The Marino Board, under a. prooalmation dated this . moritli says : — Wo hereby order and direot tliafno steam whistle , shall be blown; from any stoainor wliilo lying alongsidn.the wharves, jetties, or other, places- in Port Jaoksou. For tho violation or infringement of tliis Begulatiou a penalty uot oxoeodiug '£10 will bo iucunod. . ^

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Centenary Intercolonial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Centenary Intercolonial Exhibition. We, S. M. Herald, understand that th9 part of the scheme submitted to Parlia ment by the Government, for the celebration of the approaching centenary of the colony, which related to the holding of an intercolonial exhibition, is to be carried out ; and that it is likely the scope of the exhibition will be extended so as to make it Imperial. This will not only bring to the exhibition exhibits from the various Australasian colonies but wijl throw the exhibition open to exhibits from Great Britain and all British dependencies. Exhibits from countries outside the British Empire will not, it is understood, be invited. In order to carry out this decision, to which we believe the Government have come, it will be necessary to erect temporary exhibition buildings, and these will include buildings for the exhibition of stock. Tho site for the buildings, so far as we can ascertain, has not yet been determined upon. It is also intended, in connection with the...

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