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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20TH. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 24 December 1886

Coraki l*ol lee Court.: / ?Monday. Duckmiihii 20th, 188(1. , - Bhkom! Messi's.-vM, M. Campbell aud .T.- Whilo, J'i.P. * William ' Sullivan, - on hail, oil romatid, oharged with assaulting a porsnn aiding tho politic in tho execution of thoir duty, again appoaro'd beforo tho Court. r : ? - Jtr. AlliuRluun amioarcd for tho nocuHod. 1 Tlio ovidonco of Constable Rogors, us givon at tho previous hearing, was then road. ? ? * ' - Mr, Allingham stated that thu polico had rodueed : tho chargo to nun of common assault, and to that, mi* bubal f of 'his nliont, ho plo'adcd guilty, and tho accused c-locted to bo doalt with summarily. Mr. Alliiigham applied for a very light line. , ? . -. .. ? - Iii roply to tlio Bench, tho polioo stated that' there woro two furthor charges against tho aooused, ono of wh ich was withdrawn by :tho polioo; that ot, attempting toircsouo a prisinor. Tho acmisedv was' thoronpoii chargod with boing drunk and disorderly, aud pleadod guilty. ' Constable Ilogora /snid ho...

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

Extensive Smuggling. The Customs authorities havo seized 45,000 smuggled cigars. The ownership has peen traced to a man named Isaac Herman. They Wore brought from Syd ney by Herman in the Katoomba, having on the packages 'Passengers' luggage,' a label used by the Sydney Customs authorities. It is therefore believed that the cigars were also smuggled into Sydney and brought to Melbourne without being identified. They were not on the Katoomba's manifest, but were removed to the shed and passed, and carted to premises in town. Tlie cigars are best Manilla, known as ' Company's General,' value £9 . 10s. per thousand, and the duty would amount to about £250. Mr. H. Smith, Customs weigher, who, it is alleged, passed the goods, has been sus pended, but denies all knowledge of the transaction. Herman went to Sydney the beginning of last week, and efforts are being made to bring him back to Melbourne to be charged with a breach of the Customs Act. At Duuedin a bookmaker was paying £100 to a ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The late Smuggling Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

The late Smuggling Case. The evidence obtained against Issac Herman, charged with being concerned in smuggling 45,000 cigars seized by the Customs, and against Horatius Smith, . the weigher who cleared the goods, is considered of a damaging character. Particulars obtained oy the department show that the whole scheme for land ing these cigars in Melbourne had been carefully outlined in Sydney before being1 put into operation. It is strongly suspected that Custom-house documents have been tampered with, and that there has been collusion. The Com missioner is anxious to settle the mat ' ter quickly so far as Smith is concerned, and is waiving the usual procedure in order to proceed against him for seeking, to defraud the Customs. Pro bably Herman will be prosecuted on the usual charge of committing a breach of the Customs Act, by introducing cigars into the colony without having paid duty on them.

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Captain Buttrey—Shipmaster and Hero. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

Captain Buttrey— Shipmaster aud Hero. Undbr this heading tho Melbourne Herald has the following; — The cool heroism of the late well-known com mander of the late ill-fated Kcilawarra will form a bright page in the melan choly history of marine disaster. A characteristic episode relating to the deceased gentleman is related by one who was in his company a few weeks ago. At this interview the conversa tion turned on the loss of the ill-fated Ly-ee-Moon, and the action of a ship master under such circumstancas. Said Captain Buttrey, ' If such a thing happened to me, I could not see my passeugers going to their deaths, and powerless to help them, and then permit myself to be rescued. I should either, seeing no hope for the women and children under my charge, jump headlong into the sea, or go down with my, ship.' That they were no brag gart words the cruel ending of the Keilawarra's last voyage was amply proved, and Captain Bnttrey's justly emphasised cry, ' Shame on you men !' showed ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

WANTED, a SMART LAD, as ap prentice to tho Printing Business. Apply at once at tho offico of this paper. JOB .-PRINTING] nnd BOOKBINDING noatly. oxocucod, at reasonable ratos, at tlio Hl'31.1 A LD OFFICE. A trial re spectfully solicited. ' GHALLENOE. — Whoreas WILLIAM M'DONALD, of Swan Bay, exprossed a wish to run any man present atO'Connor's Sports on Boxing Day, I am- willing to run him 160 yards, for £25 a- sido, the race to bo run at tho Oddfollows* Sports on tho Coraki racecourse on 26th January noxt. Man and money at Mobbs' Hotel at any timo previous to that date. (Signed) ALEX. LIVINGSTONE. QORAKI JOCKEY CLUB RACES. Owii.g to the usual crush at tho Gates, Visitors to the abovo Races aro roquostod to provide themselves with small change for admission to the course. THOS. MILGATE, Gatekoopor. JQISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. MESSRS. STOREY, NOBLE, and CO. have this day ; dissolved partnership by mutual consont. , /q. , JOHN STOREY. (Signed) ^ A# NOBLE. Coraki, Docomber 28,: 1886. Q...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Friday. Lord Rundolph Churchill's resigna ;.'..tion hus caused intense excitement ? on ? the continent, in England, and in Iro ? 'land. . It is feared in Vionna and Berlin ' 'that. ' it will weaken tho foreign policy of; tho proeont Administration. ; . Tho Times states that Lord Salisbury ia willing to hold oflico with tho Marquis of Hartington ns Premier in the sugges ted coalition Ministry. Lord Rundolph Churchill it ia atated, will not offer active opposition to nny Miniatry thus formed. Air. Chamberlain, in addressing a publio mooting at Birmigham last night, stated that, ho regarded tho resignation ' of Lord Randolph Churchill as an ovi donco of the triumph of Conservative principles iu tho Cabinot. Tho crisis, ho said, offered a groat occasion for tho complote reunion of tho Liberal party, which has already practically-agreed on nil points with the oxcoption of tho immediato necossity for Homo Rulo- Ho concluded his speech with an earnest appeal for an hone...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Saturday. Final liont Carrington Handicap. — Murchan fc, W arnor, A rmstrong, M'Malion, Dr. Tarrant has resigned his seat for Kiama. Monday. Summer Cup — Dagobort, Myall King, Sotrolla. SYDNEY, Thursday. Nothing further liua transpired as to the'resigniition of Mr. Dibbs. A writ of election for Dourko has been issued ; the nomination on the 11th nnd polling on the 21st, Kiama 10th, pol ling 12 th. A blank book of Post-oflice money orders has been stolon, and tho public nro cautioned against negotiating them ; the numbers aro 1197 to 1120. Several ' i£10 forgeries have already been pre sented. ' Ponny postal cards aro to bo sent to all colonics except New Zealand. Tho small-pox amongst tlio crew and passengers of tho Proussen is increasing ; thoro are threo doveloped cases and 13 suspected ones. Tho cargo is not allowed to bo landed. A public mooting wns held at tho Town Hall in favor of tho reprieve of tho condemned criminals, and a petition to bo sent to t,he G...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

River Mtpamers Tinie-TaMa. Tut. following time-table ia published for preneirtl information ; — . . ; The Mespen«rer leaves 'Woodburn for Lismore -every morning, returning to Woodburn -in ? ''the' afternoon i ?/. * The Triton loaves Coraki for Casino every ? Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 n.m ; , and Casino ? for Coraki every Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday. Fenwick's steamers leave Lismore for Ballina, ? aud Ballina for Lismoro at 8.30 n.m daily.

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.)SYDNEY, THURSDAY.6.p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. | (From tlio Mimngor Claronco Rivor nnd North - ? r Const Far mora' Association , Limited.) SYDNEY, Thuiusdav. -- v.m. Maizo is soiling at 3a lOil per bushol ; Pigs, fid por lb ; Eggs, la por dozen ;? Buttor, Gil por lb.

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The Kellawarra Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

The Iieilawnri a Catastrophe. A Coroner's inquest was hold by Mr. Ducat., of Knmpsey, at Ooff's Haibor' on Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock. A jury of :12'hayinff bBGii empamialled;-they pro coeded'to examine tfye two bodies, .which bad 'been found on the beach, and Toachod Point I/Ook-at-mR-now, 16 miles distance, nt about 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Tho upper portion of one body beinp: uncovered nnd tbe brnnebfis which liad been laid over 'the body ialcen away, a fearful right was presented to. their view. The body was 'that of an''imtrionso, powerfully built man, 'over six 'feet in 'height. : The' body was. greatly swelled, nnd all tho skin had peeled off excepting frotn th'oTiauds. . Decomposi tion had sot in, and maggots wero cveoping ?ovor the corpse. Tho ? sijfht was most ropnlsivo. After tho jury 'had examinod tho body and Dr. Johnstone had porformed a post-mortnnv examination, tho bodv was buried in p. most lovely spot, plopiner towards tho ocean and surrounded with ( trees....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

Birth. BENAUD. — On the 29th instant, 'at her resi dence, Bridge-street, Coraki. the wife of Louis F. Benaud of a daughter. ' NUNQUAM dormio.' ! ? THE ? gj.irlrnrcrub' U-i&fr Per A . - AND ? NORTI1ERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PunMSHEn AT ConAKt eveuy Fridav Mobnino. 'FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1886.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

:: , Special Advertisements. [An extra olmrgo of 20 yiw'p.ent inido for ad vertisements inserted in this nolumn.] ' sE D I O A , L. P. «. CONNOR, Rf. 13., M. Cir., Edinburgh University, may bo consulted at Mobbs' Hotel. Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, S3T EVERY TUESDAY. .

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Carrington Grand Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

CarrI»Kt»u Orand Handicap. About 3000 pooplo ' assembled yesterday afternoon at tho Carrington, _ Grounds, to witness tlio cbntinuat.ion of the running in the first round of tho Carrington Grand Handictip.- Several suspicious. transactions woro dotected by tho committee, and dealt with promptly. Millard, who had given in a mmibor.of incorrect performances, \?as disqualihed for tho meeting, h Glover anil JVH. Wont,' who ' woro' considprod . not to havo doiio ' their best ' to win the 29th hoat, wore disqualified for six months ; and Davis, 'who fell down in tho 31st heat just aftor tho pistol firod for tho, start, 'vas disqualified, fpr life. In this case it was suspected that tlioro was something wrong, and two members of the committee walked up the track aftor Davis to watch him run. Tho odds wore 4 to 1 on the ' disqualified pod. shortly bofore tho hoat, and ' they suddonly ohangod to 3 to 1 against him. Hntchous disappointed his adinirbrs by running third in tho first liont, alth...

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Entrance to the Richmond River. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

JGntrance to the Richmond River. I The facts of the Inst few days point unmistakably to the absolute necessity for some improvement being made to lie mouth of the Richmond River, or to the almost entire destruction of the trade between it and other ports. We are, of course, aware that the matter is under consideration, and we are also pretty well aware what the considera tion of a large expenditure in outlying — though rich — districts means. It means .that ev«ry possible obstacle is placed in ,the way of the consummation of any jplan so long as the money is required for works in districts more favored by |the Government. ? ? The trade of the Richmond is a largely increasing one, and supposing the railway to the Tweed were ever to be made, there are between sixty and seventy miles of the richest and most settled portion of the former river that it woujd not serve at all. From Ballina right through to -within a few miles of Lismore and Casino, where the fixture wealth of the district...

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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

Fain-field. Messrs. Dwyor and Maitland, of Tonter fiold, aro to bo complimented on tho suc cessful rosult of thoir undertaking— viz., tho floating of ton of tlio. Mount Pleasant claims. Some of our frauds, who wero shareholders and had a b''d strugglo to koop up thoir payments, un.- reanine the benefit of thoir speculations, and will bo ablo to enjoy their Christmas holidays in first-rato stylo. Messrs. Strauss and party ? have been raising first- class stono during 'the past week. - . . A crushing at Carmichael's Battery, for a party at Yellow Croefe, on , tho oast sido of Fairfield, yielded nearly 3oz. to the ton. Two machine sites havo been pegged out for tho new company, and: also sovoral business sito3 and residences near to it. ' A fresh discovory of gold has boon mado in thbsamo p iddook as tho Prospootor's, be hind the now house being built for Mr. G. Smith.;- ' ? ''* ? Soiiio iiicb spocimous ' wero show here, from Lunatic, gold plainly 'shewing all through the stono. Othor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

The Correct Card for the Races Is tho man that turns out in one of Crof ton's 20s Suits. Neat pattorns, easy fitting, and latest styles — the vorv get-up for the races — with Shirts, sporting Silk Handker chiefs, Tios, &o., at corresponding prices. Call and inspect them. No ono pressed to buy.— Adv. Disgraceful Conduct. — The conduct of the occupants of the gallery of the School of Arts on the iccnsion of Mr. Huenerbein's concert on Wednesday night was just about equal to. tv li at. we have witnessed iu penny gatfs in the back slums of big oities in Europe. Wo have 'indeed seen better behaviour at some dog fights, nnd some worse, but not muoh ; -and wo trust that these larrikins! for their own sukes, as well as for that of tho appreciative portion of the nudienoe and the performers, and for t-ha credit of Coraki, should either learn how to behave themselves better on future occasions, or, stop away altogether. An Amusing Cask.— Here's a lark. Before the Warden's Court, Full-...

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 — 31 December 1886

The Farmer and Hrazlei*. How to Get a Good. Yield op Potatoes. —These points as to his method aro givon by a' farmor' who: knows how to raiso 400 busliols of .potatoes ' to? tho aero ; Rich, light,, soil ; plough doop; early in spring ; plant 15 inches apart, cover 4 inchos deep or. moro, keop down tho woeds, but do not work tlio. ground after tho potatoes bo gin to bloom. Tho main sncrot, he says, is in soloct.ing tho seeds. IIo always outs oft tho blossom ond. Ono oyo will yield more potatoes than two. ' Sugar and Salt for Butter.— Ameri- ican oxohangos nro rocommoriding the use of sugar and salt for butter, taking ono part sugar -to throo parts salt; thon uso ot this mixturo loz. to tho lb. It is said not only- to improve tho flavor, but also increase its kooping.qualities. Tho butter that took first prizo at tho Indiana State fair 30 yoars ago was propared just m' that way ; and wo can testify , to tho oxcollenco of this samplo - and many o!-Vjors from the samo sourco. Haas foe ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I Ttfoomlipr 30 — T^mlci, s., Captain JncVnon. front Sv-l,toy. Piiflspntrors— Mosdnmes Burns, F.vann, AVintoti, Gaunt, Cordon. .Tones, ,T»1m P''t, Pnlmer; Mi.«»p« Yabslev, Sbenrer, Hnrlipr. Ilvnn, Tijkomnii, ICollnway (2), Perrv ; Messrs. Rvnn, llpndnrsnn. Holmes. Fishov; Gniy, - Cimltp.' Riley. Otinin. Palmer. Wisher. John (-»'). Thornton, Williams, Germain, TTnirhes, Kidd, nrul 18 in the steeratro. Cnrsro! 1R0 tons yonernl 'merchandise, 3 bend cows, -and (10 sheep. Loft Svdnev nt. 6.30 p.m. on tho 28th instant-, crossed the Richmond bar nt noon on the 30t-i. and arrived nt. Coriki nt 8 n.m. sinm daV-1. ' Experienced lieht N.E. and S.E. . winds with fino weather during tho passage. C. and R,. R. S. N, Co., aorents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

! Shipping Notices* gTEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. ?4 UjmL PUBTHEB NOUOB. ,Tbo Favourite ,New Twin-screw Steamer TOMHI, under tTio charge of Captain Jaokbon, will l-e despatched from Lismore about every Sevon Days. 1 FREIGHTS and PASSAGES at Current Rates. 89T Passage Tiokets available by any of tbo Company's Steamers from any River, AGENTS. Clarence Rivor: EDWARD CREER, Grafton. Richmond' Rivor : JOHN M'LENNAN, Lismore. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J. STOREY, Coraki. ' Note.: — The Company liavo also dcoidod to run the s.s. PLATYPUS regulitrly, should suf ficient inducement offer. R. COOKE, Soorotary. 0. and R.R. S. N. Co., ^ Sydnoy, June lat, 18S6. ; l£5$' Tho Company wishes to notify Farmers and others on the South Arm and surroundings of Coraki that thoy hnvo recently erected on their proporty at Coraki, commodious Yards, wlioro Pigs and Calves may comfortably and securely await shipment by first Sydney boat. Tho Yards are roofed, and a good supply of Water is available. Notioe of shipment...

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Coraki Post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 31 December 1886

i;;., Cornki I'ost.Oifice. . Arrtvat. asp I-FPA.wnniR'OF Mails, i Mails nrrive from Svdnov, South Wondhnrn, ' Woodburn. and Swan Bay every Monday ? . and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.: and closo- for tbo same places every Tuesday, arid Friday, at. 5 p.m. ' Arrivp from Lismore, Wyrallrih, and Gundur ifnba ; daily, nnd. nloso for same . places every Monday andTlinrsdnv, at '3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino nnd Codrington every Tneadriv.'nt 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 ; .a.m. ; nnd, close for same placos every Mon day and Thursday, ht 8.30 p.m. ' Arrive und depart by river 'boats for Ballina, . 'Wardell, and Broadwater.

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