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Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

Casino. fVBOV OTTB CORRESPONDENT.! We have had a very dull aud wet Christmas. It commenced raining on Christmas Kve and contiuuod until Monday. About 3 inches of rain having fallen. The threatening state of the weather prevented many from attending the races on Dosing Day, and iu consequence the attendance ' was vory poor, and the ladies were conspiouous by their absence. The racing was good, and passed oil without any accidents. A heavy storm passed over Casino on Friday, and we had occasional Bhowers up to New Year's morning, about an raoh of rain having fallen. In seeing the old year out and tho new year in the larrakins gathered in force on this ocoasion, - headed by a bugle and drum band, and . while their big drum was beating poor - Mrs. Walsh's soul passod away to the happy land; subsequently these worthies , were asked as a favour, out of roBpeot for the dead, to desist from playing, but on this ; , 11 on. other occasions they proved there wasn't a spark of sympathy in any o...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mount Rennie Criminals. THE GOVERNOR'S DECISION. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

| The Mount Ronnie Criminals. THE GOVERNOR'S DECISION. 6 P.M. The Governor has given his final deci sion with regard to the Mount Rennie condemned criminals. Hill and Newman are sontencod to penal servitude for life, tho three first years to be in irons, the other four to be hanged to-morrow. 9 P.M. A deputation consisting of JVletsrs. M'Culloch John Davis, T. Ewing, and 14 other members of Parliament wafaid on the Governor asking him to reprieve tho condemned criminals. The Governor asked if the deputation desired him to reprieve all. An answer was given in tho affirmative, whereupon His Excellen cy stated that ho would forward a roply in duo course. The Executive Council sat till 3 o'clock, whon a reply was received as wired. Tho witness Smith, the jockey, lias had his passage paid to New Zealand, as his life was threatened. Thomas Chnmpyon Lodge, of Lismore, and Robert Alfred Helenus Mitchell, of Glen Iunes, have been added to the Commission of the Peace for Queensland. Sergeant ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC. GRAFTON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] GRAFTON, Wednesday. The Separation meeting held at the Theatre Royal was a great success. An amendment against the first resolution was moved by Mr. Rudder, and seconded by Mr. James Henderson, nnd ignomin iously defeated. The amendment was supported by four; The Rev. R. 3?. Becher's speech was worthy of the cause ; Rudder's, Hender son's; and Laycock's utter failures. Mr. S. See s speech was the best ever heard from him in Grafton, and the meeting was altogether enthusiastic and nearly unanimous. A congratulatory telegram wasreceived from Glen Innes at the close of the meeting at 11.30 p.m. The interests of the Richmond demand that she throw in her lot with her neighbours on this vital question. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The fate of tho condemned criminals now rests with the Governor, and strong influence, including the Hon. \V. B. Dalley and Henry Parkes, is being brought to ? bear on his Excellency to reprieve. Over 600 nominations for Justices...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

Coraki Jockey Club Itaccsj TftK socond annual mooting; of this young | and flourishing club, advertised to bo hold ou tho lit and 3rd of January, had to be j postponed until tho 3rd and 4th in con soquonoe of tho boggy state of tho oourse, owing to tho lownoss of tho running trnok and tho imporfoct dramngo of tho course gonorally. An attempt at drainago was mado n fow days boforo tho dato appointed for holding tho mooting, but tho ground i was loo inuuu suuuuuuu, uuu 11. -vuo uuu sidored advisablo to hold a mooting to tost tho fooling of horso owners, &o. as to tho oxpodin'icy of postponing tho racos or othorwiso. This was accordingly dono, and a mooting was hold at Nolan's (Tattorsall's) hotol, whon, from the pro nounced opinion of tho ownors of tho horsos and tho jockeys who wore to ride, it was dooided to postpono tho meeting until tho following Monday, Mr. Yabsloy promising to do what ho could to havo tho courso in a bettor condition by that timo. Thero is an old saying ...

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 — 7 January 1887

?trier mention. Olnronco erickotor's beat the Richmond mon into a cocked hat.- They heat Gundurimba team by 10 wiokets. Scrambler Bcramblod in first anyway ho liked in tho ' trot.' . . John Soo and Co. supply a life belt to overy berth on board their steamors. 20,000 Havana cigarnmkers aro on strike. Separation spells condemnation of tho Graf ton-Tweed railway. Tendors for Coraki Court-liouso out next Gazette. The Examiner says 'Now lhat Grafton lias got its Inspector tho Richmond should havo its Sub-Inspector ' We heartily rociprocato. Mr. Mackay, Instructor in Agrioulturo says thoro is no blight in maize. Rev. Dr. Dolauy, Catholic Bishop of Cork, is dead. The land ollico is to he removed from Glen Inues to Armidale, Strauss' claim at Fairdeld is valued nt £81,000. Germany talking of annexing, Queensland. Nabocklish ! Glen Innos by a vote of 3 to 1 refused to ask for a commutation of the sentonce In the Mouut Rennio enso. ' j Tho Examiner says that tho 30th parallol of latitudo cut...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The South Australian Jubilee celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

The Mouth Australian Jubilee ' CcluiM-utioii. The 'beginning of a series of celebrations in- honour of the jubilee year of- South - A nstralia _was made with great-display on ?Monday.1 ' In the afternoon1 the Governor gave an at' '-home to old pioneers and othor old ' colonists,' of- whom - a 'great' number attended;. -' Tho;;proceedings wero charac terised by- simplicity; ?' and' 'hoartines's. Jn the ? evening the Old Colonists' Association provided --a show -of relies, havintr ; historical- association with the colony. - A -conversazione followed in the Town -llall; which was: absolutely too small for tlio throng who attended. ??--Tlio Governor and suite -' were presont. Sir Henry Avers, president oE the Old Colonists! .Association, gave an eloquent address,!, full ? of ? valuablo :- historical reference, showing the -wonderful progress .made.'. by-.'-the-'- colony.', during 50 years' settlement.fi: The Governor was present, iand- read -the following teleKrams from the Secretary o...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

lilHiuore. PFrOM ODn COBRK8PONDENT.1 The holidays here were moro or less, ' spent indoor, on account of the almost continuous rain that has prevailed for the past few weeks. On Christmas Eve the Dand played some stirring airs round the principal streets, refreshing the spirits of many, and were followed by a large procession. On New Year's Eve, the ' band again rendered several appropriate airs on the occasion of bidding farewell ro me oia year, aua welcoming me new new one in. There was also a number of young men going round singing in front of' the public nouses and principal places, of business. Huenerbein's Quintette Concerts on Fri . day and Saturday evenings were well attended, especially on the latter evening, ' when the Theatre was comfortably filled, by all classes. On Sunday evening this talented company offered a very unusual treat for this place in the form of a sacred . concert, which was well attended. The orioket match between the Graf ton .: team and the Lismore Pers...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Dear Breakfast. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

A JUeur .llruukiiist. Two gentlemon, Mr. Stanhopo and Mr. Colvin, were recently having a game of cards at tlio Jockey Club. Tho stakes wore important. Tlio loser was to givo the winnor 'a breakfast such as no ono ever had.' , Mr. Stanhopo lost. He invited his adversary to como and soo liiui on tho following day at llydo Park, for the famous breakfast. At the appointed hour Mr. Colvin betook him «nlf hn flin wl.m.n l.n f.innil Mr. Stanhopo awaiting him noar an iullivtod balloon, in tho .car of which was an aiironaut preparing for a voyiigo. The two gentlemon took their soats, and were prosontly joined by a cook, who was' all broathloss with running and carrying her 'utpusils. Mr. Stanhope invited lier to bring her portable stovo into tho' car. This done, h'o shouted, ' Leave go 1 ' and the balloon majestically asceudod. ' Tho cook, who had not counted . upon, this j aerial flight, shrieked with terror, but Mr. Stanhopo, as calm as n veteran sea captain in a storm, cut her screams sho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Cricket Match. CLARENCE V. CORAKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

Cricket Match. I nT.AKENCE V. CORAKI. | A MA.TOH was playod on Friday last on tho | ground in front of tho publio school, I ootwoon a solootod toam from tho Clarence | River, and elovoii of tho Coraki Cricket j Club, under tho respootivo captaincies of j Mossrs. D. M'Farlano and T Yabsloy, nnd which resulted in tho oasiost of wins by the visitors, who had ono innings ana seven runs to tlto good at its conclusion. Tho bowling of W. Want unci S. Eggins ? on bohalf of tho Olaronco toain proved / ' most destructive, not only to tho wickota ] I -but the players, ono or two beiug placed hobs I)E uOMBAT for a short space, aud i one, W. Fogwoll, was disabled altogether by a blew from ono of Want s ' Newton tifters' on tho inside of tho leg just below the knee. Ho was carriod off tho field. His place was supplied by a very careful old bat, G. Mobbs. A. Yabsloy and O. Clarke bowlod remarkably woll for tho local team, but the fielding was vory slack, whereas tho Claronce men fioldod splen didl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

Goneral Notioos rjl II E E I 0 II M 0 N D 11 1 V E ii ! Herald, AND Northern Districts Advertiser! publishod at, , OORAKI, EICIIMOND RIVER, Wvery Friday Morning. Tho IThiialt) is oxtensivoly oiroulatod through OHt the Richmond, Tweed, and Clurouco 1 Districts, aud oommouds itself as A FIRST- CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Tkisms of SuiiSCRiri'iON — 5s per quarter, 20s per annum, in advanco. 5s Gil per quarter 22s por annum, booked. Tlio quarters commouco 1st January, April, .Tuly, and Obtobor. . Now Subscribers chargod from date of rooeipt of thoir orders only. ADVERTISING CHAKCilM : „ ; . ; S. d. First inoh of spaoo ? ? ? ,2. 0 Every Hucoccding inoli up to six iiiolioa. 1 , .0 Wanteds, and small udvortisonionts ,of .. : fivo lines or undor (o.vsn) ........... ,1 - 6 ; Births, niarriagos,' and deaths i...- 2. .0 , A liberal rodnotion mado for advortisomcnts ordorud for a number of iiisortions. . , ,. Cash must aooompaiiy advnrtisomontH sont. by persons who havo no aooount at tho otlioo. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Chinese Gardening. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

Cliinese Ciurdeniux. Tiie S. M. Herald writing on tho above savoury subjoct says Tho reportor who made these invosti™ations on -ono occasion was seized with nausea and vomiting, so ?horrible was tho stench omitted from a pit in a Botany garden. With but rare exceptions at all tho Chinese gardens ivisitod the outhouses contain largo . clay vessels whoro oxcremontitious ; mattor was collected .for' the purpose' of mixing ' tho samo with other manure. ' For this purpose, barrels; 'vrore suuk ;into tho ground in' ivarious ; parts of ; : tho . gardens, and used ntufn ill fhn gnmo-wav no Mmf. floHnl'illRfi ill itho^uotations aboye alluded to. In one .garden dt- Botany howover, an outhouso stationed in the contre ' of the fiold, was built ovoi' a- portion of a watorholo. Tho portion of'the watorhole not .covored by 'tho nuthouse,; was ? 'reatly polluted with : oxcromontilious mattor, and, yet this waH a j waterhole ilrom which the gardonors pre sumably, drew wator for- watoring thoir vogot...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Retrospect. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 7 January 1887

A Retrospect. 'The King is dead, long live the King.' What we familiarly call the Old Year is dead, and the New Year, 1887, reigns iu its stead. Whatever of evil or that of good lias been done or suffered during the last twelve months should be a teacher and guide for our conduct in the future. But how few learn, or care to learn, the lesson so tausht. It is alwavs a wholesome practice at such recognised epochs to cast a careful retrospective glance over what has heenj .with the view to what | may be, and as every unit forms a j certain proportion of the main sum, as j represented by any country or colony, so are we justified in noting what changes have taken place in our midst from our birth upwards. It is barely six months since the Herald heralded a better and more prosperous state of things for the central township of the Richmond River, and with all due diffidence we may fairly claim that the success which ensues from intelligent and independent enterprise has, so far, proved 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 — 14 January 1887

? - General Notices. rjpiIE R I O HMOND RIVER HERALD, ASD Northern Districts Advertiser. publiohoil at C OR AKI, RICHMOND RIVER, livery Vrhlay Morning. The Huuam) is extensively oiroulatoit through OHt tho Richmond, Tweed, and Clareuoo Districts, and oommondn itsolf as A FIltST- CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Tuums 01' Suiiscnimos— -5s por quarter, '20s por aiuuun, iu advance, us (M per quarter .2 2s per anu-.im, hooked. Tho quarters . commonco lot January, April, Joly, and October. New SuhaonborH charged from dato of reccipt of thoir orders only. ? ADVERTISING CHARGES: S. d. First inoli of spaoo ? ? ? -2 - 0 Every, auooeodlug inch up to six inohoB. Ii : l- Wanteds, aud .small advertisements of : 1 ? ,, fivo liiidS or. under (c.vsh) ........... 1 6 Births, marriages, and deaths ? , 2 . 0 . A liberal reduction made for advortisomeuts ordered for a number of .insertions. ' ' Caxh must accompany ndvnrtisomouts sont by persous who have no account at tlio Ollico. All instructions .from advort...

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 — 14 January 1887

River Mteamers Time-Table. Tub following time-table is published for general information : — The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lisraore every morning, returning to Woodburn in tlio afternoon Tlie Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday at 9 a.m ; . and Cosino for Coraki every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. ? Fen wick's steamers leave Lismoro for Ballina, and Ballina for Lismore at 8.30 a.m daily.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Improvement of the Richmond Bar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

Improvement of the Iticliinoml i:,, Jlar. . . . The following interesting letter appears in the , Sydney- -Morning '-'Herald. r -;.Sir,^— When l latnly'had some busin-is's';on the Richmond River I 'was asked by many people what I thought of tho ^prospects of improving tho entranco to the rivor, but I abstained from entering into a brief conversation -,011 this subject,, as I should consider that ti llling w ith sei ious matters.., However, I did 'not omit to havo a good look at tho place 011 this occasion, as I also did when I; previously I visited the river, and I shall here try to 1 lay down the conclusion I arrived at, as I I think it may be a consolation' to the 1 inhabitants to'knowfora fact that the j case of imprbving thisriver entrance is a clear and simple oue, which;- instead of involving millions of money, as antici pated, only will cost about .£200,000. ? ? 1 call the case a cl. ar and simple ono, and am :so far surprised at observing that an. eminent English. engineer w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Richmond River. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The Itichmonri Kiver. This river has gained the unenviable notoriety of beir.g one' of tho worst on the coast as regards safety to vessels naviga ting it. Of late there has been an alaiming number of .accidents to 6tearaers, many .of them being of a serioud -nature. In the case of one of tho finest steamers in the trade, the Richmond, it was only too apparent mat it was tempting I'roviaence to attempt to cross out or in with her. iSho was withdrawn, and through this that ? ? onaguiCcent vessel, representing many thousands, of pounds, has had to be laid up. .. Last Monday the Coraki, a twin fiorev? steamer specially adapted for River navigation struck on tho bar when crossing in. She had a miraculous escape, as all tho blades wero stripped off tho 6tarboard propeller,- and one off the portv A short timo^ago, the' steamer Platypus came to grief ut Broadwater, and 'she h 8 only just been repaired. The Richmond River could be mado as .safe as it is beautiful,, and important ; 'but it ha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Mount Rennie Outrage. EXECUTION OF FOUR OF THE CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The Nouiit Hcnuie OntraKC. j EXECUTION OF FOUR OF THE ! CRIMINALS. ! Tim sentence of death passed 011 George: Dully, George Martin, William lioycc, and -Rohort George Read in connection! with the,. Mount)! -Ronnie outrage was' carried - into: clFeot.; yesterday morning, ; within- the walls - of -Darlingliurst , Gaol, : aud in.; the i presence: of an unusually large number of spectators, the execution, in fact, being-nioro ofMv public than a private-nature— afact 'which could: not but. bo Tcgardod as most undesirable. Tho simultaneous esoeution of so . many criminals concerned iu the one crime has luippilyrbut-few parallels iu this colony. .Since the passing' of sentence of death upon, the culprits thoy wero zealously attended and, instructed by the. ministers of their respective denominations. , :? On the night previous - to tho ' execution severaT hours were spent ? in / prayer ' and oxhortation, and at G ' o'clock.', irr.- tlio morning Mass was celebrated in ono of the cells,-, an...

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 — 14 January 1887

Special Advertisements. [An ox t ra ohargo of 20 por omit made for ad ' vertisementH insortod in t.his column.] Tyj E D 10 A L. F. «. (IIWOIl, M. B., M. Ojt., EiHNiiuuait Univeusity, may be oonsulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily j and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, IjgT EVERY TUESDAY. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. . Our Accounts for tho Quarter ending 3tst Docember have boon rendorod and an early settlomout of tho samo is respect fully solicited. A groat manv of our accounts aro for Subscriptions from tho dato of our starting injjusir.ess. and for paymont of theso we should fool obligod. LOUIS F. BENAUD. Heuat.T) Office, January 10. 'nonquam dokmio.' | THE glidnuottLr g.ilrcr Jgcntlb, AND i NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Cobaki kvishy Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1S37.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Interesting Photography. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

lMierestiug Pliotogrujiliy. ; The S. M. 'Herald says :— Wo have had submitted ' td our notice six photos, by Messjrg.,, Kerry and Jones, of - . various events.whioh took place at. the llandwick jace meeting on Saturday. They were ?taken by an instantaneous /process: on Bakcv'«; ejifcra: ; rapid plates, aud the . ex- posure0' is estimated ' - to have - occupied sotne^liipg ^lesa than the one-tUuusuudth part -tit a' second. v. The experiment suc ceeded very well ; but Messrs. -Kerry nnd .Jones .expect- to do much bettor at the 'noxt' opportunity. It: is believed i' that , the process was tried ,by tliemon Satuiday last for the first timo on a New {South Wales racecourse. The 'piotuief. mo very interesting. 1 ' ' ''

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Richmond River Entrance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

'I'lie llicliiiioiKl ltiver iSntraiice. At the risk of w;earying iteration wo again direct attention to tho necessity for something being im mediately- done to remedy the ?? existiug stato of things at the entrance to the Richmond River. It is nob a month ago that several ocean steamers were what : is . termed ' bar bound ' for many days, whilst others, inward bound, lnvd to run for the very precarious shelter of Byron Bay rather tlian face, the intricate aud thread-like channel which is now obliged to do duty as an entrance. The state of what is termed the bar, at present, is not only highly .prejudicial to the activity of the commercial life of the district, but is exceedingly dange.-ous as regards life and valuable property, and, as a writer in a metropolitan journal truthfully says, ' This rivor (meaning the Richmond) lias gained the unenviable notoriety of being one of the worst on tho coast as regards ' safety to vessels navigating it.' And whose fault is it? Surely the distri...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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