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The Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The Law Relating to i SicwspuiicrN, At times we have a little trouble with . certain characters who now and then try to get the best of us. For the information of such we quote the following 1. Subscribers who do not . eive exuress notice to the contrary, in writing, are considered as wishing to 1 continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send them until arrears a REPAID. 3. If subscribers neglect * or refuse to take their periodicals, from the office to which they are directed, tlie.y are, held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals t;o /be discontinued. ? 4. If subscribers'11 move to other places without informing the publishers, and the (papevsjare seut. to the former direc tion, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The, r courts have decided that ?' refusing to take periodicals from the office;, or removing or ; leaving them uncalled for is prima FACiErevidenee ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Revenue for 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The Revenue for 1(186. The statement just, issued by the Colonial Treasurer, purporting to show the revenue estimated to be received during the year just past, and that actually collected from, the various sources of income, is. as perplexing. as it appears to - be unsatisfactory. And, for the benefit of our ronders wo purpose togivoashort rosumo of its contonts; premising that t.lie actual deficit — what a lovo we lmvo for deficits in New South Wales — is represented by tho very respectable figures that compnto about three-quarters of a million, viz., £745,200. Wo will deal with tho increases first, as being the more palatable, as it is, unfortunately, much the smallest, part of this Treasury pie. Under the heading of ' Taxation ' we find that tho revonue dorivod from tho Customs increased by £1 51,871 ; Stamps, £57,993 ; and Liconses £3288. With regard to the item of 'stamps,' tho increaso must havo been a vory small one — which it certainly should not havo been — as we can call t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Goulburn Cathedral Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The Gloulbui'ii Cathedral .?% flair. Mr. Rossi went- into-the occupation of the Cathedral again last night, but he does intend to obstruct service. He admitted the Bisliop this inorninc:. I Mr. llossi received information that ?orders had- been given to remove the '?? tablet whicn' 'he recently placed iu the building, aud he has taken up his abode iu the Cathedral to protect it. Mr. llossi sent the following latter to the Bishop to-day ' My Lord, — Please take notice that, being in cii»*fody as a trusteeiof this church building of St. Saviour's; I protest against the legality of'the'claim you set up tp occupying it as your Cathedral j'b'ut I will readily admit you-therein, or any- representative boaring. ..your .-written authority,' v.in :| respect only .to.iyour.: generaK'right as | Bishop to enter any parish church in i your diocese, and on conditions that neither now or at any time will you or- 1 any. of: your representatives ::in: any ] manner, soever interfere with une in the I...

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 — 14 January 1887

SHIPPING lNTELLrGENCli'. ? AhRIVAIS. ' : ?Tnnunry 1 1 — Bollitwr, s,, Captain Tt. Alloy, fv-ini Sydney, Pmwmigers — M ihsoh ltelterinuii, Fiulan, Sinies; Messrs. Konny, - Hawthorne, Qiiiun. Tylnr Cnpl-iin Moyiit', unci ,0 . in tlio Meowc*. Cm-iro. 100 t-nis ironnialVmVrnhan (Tisn. itucj Hiinilrins Cleared Syduey Heads nt :Mn p.m. on Friday tli' 7t.li, passed Seal Rooks nl. 10 ii. hi. nnd Smoky Capo at. 10 p.m. on Sat ?tmlny tho 8th, North Solitary at 5 a.m. ou llio nth, nnd arrived off tlin Richmond Bur at ?1 p.m. sumo day: i' Tliorj being too much sea t ,i cross iii;L tlio Bollinger .? proceeded to;. Byron r B iy and ? auohorcd. , Crossnd ; tho Richmond 7W at 10) a;t»; .on- tlio lltli, ? and arrived nt iCorakiatt! p.m. tho samo (lily. Experienced H'od.-riitc easterly winds to Soiil Rocks, tlionco to arrival stroujr southoilr winds, with a hoavy puxterly swell. B. B. Nicoll, ajreut. :, .January 11— Platypus, s., Captain Nolsou, fromSydney. Passengers — 7 in tho steerage. Ariivi-d at...

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

^ 1 ' Shipping Notices. ? J^TEAM TO AND FROM SYDNEY. :. Until Fuiithbr Notice. , , , Tlio Favourite Now Twin-screw .Steamer TO!HKl, under tho clinvgo of Captain Jaokson, will bo despatched from : Lismoro about every. Seven Days. FREIGHTS nnd PASSAGES . at; Current ltlltCB. i .? . ; IKS' I'ussngo Tickots available by niiy of tlio Company's Steamers from any River.: AGENTS. ' Claronee Rivor: ? ? EDWARD C.REE11, Grafton. ^ Richmoml'-Rivor.:--^ A ^ ? 3 OTINo M'T iENN AN, -Lismore. THOMAS MOBBS, Ballina. J. STOREY, Cornki. ' Note. — .Tlio Company linvo also docided to rim tho s.s. -PLATYPUS regularly, should suf ficient inducomeut offer, R. COOKE, Secretary. , C. and R R. S. N. Co., Sydney; Juno let, 188G. fgfp Tlio Company wishes to notify Farmers ntul others 011 tlio South Arm and surroundings of Coniki that Uiov have recently eroded ou Mtoir- property (it Coruki, commodious Yards, where Pigs and Calves may; comfortably and securely await shipment by first Sydney. boat. Tho . Yards arn...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Post-Office ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

v Coraki rost-Jllliee. AuEIVAL AND DKl'AimrilE OP iMails. JIaii^ ai-rive from Sydney, South Woodhurn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and close for tho same places every Tuesday, and Friday, lit 5 p.m. Arrive from LiBmore, Wyralloh, and Gundur imbu daily, uud close for same places every 3!--ndny and Tliursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Codiington overy Tuesday, at 4 p.m. aud Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. ; aud close for same places every Mon day and Thursday, at 8. 30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, Waruell, and Broadwater.

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 — 14 January 1887

KHigioiiN Meriiornndu. Ciiiincu of England. 10. — Woodburn, 11 a.m., with Holy Cotn ' iimn ion, 7.30 p.m. : . Broadwator, 3 p.m. — IRoir.'F. K.. Havilaud. Roman Catholic CiiUJicn. IVbniary 13 — Early Mass at 7 a.m. ; Mass at 1 1 a. in. - ' M —Early Mass nt 7 a.m. —Father Callory. ' — ? Wk-lkya.v Cmntoii. Januarr-'ilfi — Wyrnliuh, 11 a.iii. ; ' Gnndurimha (Mr. Montaomorv's vacaufc house), 3 p.m.; Lismoro;i7.30p.m^;,.7'/;.'.-.'v'*;.'' ' 33 — Casino, 1 1 .n.ni. ; Irvington, 2.30. p.m. j [''Lisnioro, 7..10 ' p.m.— Rev. Fredk. C. Boyor. 16 --Bungawalbyn, 11 a.m. ; -Tomki, 3.30 p.m. - Cnsir.o, 7 30 p.m. — Rev. Jas. H. Lewiu. 3--r-Cowlong 1 1 a.m. ; NorthCluiiPS (Sir, A. Jiihn.Mtpn's); 3 p.m. — Mr.'; .8. T. Nortlioott. - .1 10.--^Bcxliill,;3.ii.m. — Mr. Robert Arthur. - 10 — GoonnlLibnh, 3 p.m.— Mr. Joseph Ingham lli — Meeihcluiuni, 3 p.m. — Exliorter (A.) 10 — Alstonville, 3 p.m. — S. , , i ? ? 1 s BATTtST':ClIUnCl!. lli— Pimlieo,'- 11 uvm/pWurdell, 3;30 p.m. ;? Broadwater, 7-30 p.m. — Tl...

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

, , The Yeetulpu f*ol«l. field. I The history of, the discovery is thus re-' lnfeci by, the -Northom Akgus : — ' Mr. I liomas Brady, of Lancelot, has been prospecting on nnd off during the Inst two years, and was joined in his tedious enterprise by a young man named: lhoinasSniitli, of Mundoora. They were on their way to some country GO miles from here, when, their bread- i supply failing, Mr. Brady proposed i that they should camp nt Tonkin's ; Dam, Tectnlpa, to bake a damper. If they had had a supply of bread they would not have camped there. Mr. Brady proposed that Mr. Smith in -the meantime should go fossicking. Accor dingly Smith travelled several - miles, and. was returning up what now constitutes Brady's Gully, when he was overtaken by a thunderstorm which caused him to seek shelter behind' a . blue bush. ; This occurred just about sundown. When the shower was over Smith walked further up the gully, and turning round carelessly to gaze at the departing sun lie espied some gli...

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 WANTED, a COOK. Apply at tho Olub Hotel, Coraki. TO LET. -A Comfortable COTTAGE, in Bridgo-streot, Coraki. For par ticulars apply to CHARLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer. NOTICE. — If tho party who was scon to pick up a SILVER WATCH and GOLD CHAIN on tbo Covaki .Racecourse on tho first day of the races would leave Barno at tho Coraki Polico Station furthor trouble would be saved. jp UBLIC SCHOOL, BUNGAWALBYN TENDERS are invited for the Erection of Public ? School Buildings at Buuga walbyu — to bo sent in to H. D. M'Lolland, E.q., School Inspector, Lismore, not later than tho oth Fobruary. . Plan and Specification may. bo soon on application to Mr. E. M. D. Spring. Publio School, Coraki. : ? rjV O CONT 11 A 0 T O R S. Wnter-table aaad Formation. TENDERS aro invited for tlio abovo ?work; on the Coraki 'Racecourso. ! Tondors, addressed to tho undersignod, from whom particulars can bo obtainod, ?will bo recoivod up to SATURDAY, 'tbo 15th JANUARY. WILLIAM YABSLEY. £JORAKI AMATEUR...

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Cattle Trade on the Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

Cattle Trade on the Richmond. The brooding and sale of cattlo on the Richmond aro assuming large proportions, aud scarcoly a wook passes but some large transactions tako place and heavy drafts aro moved away to othor parts of the col ony ; and this, notwithstanding the three consooutivo bad seasons whioh preceded the prosont most favourable one for stook ownors. Within the last three weeks Mr. W. Small, jun., of Jrafton (of 'the firm of Hawthorno and Small), has purchased 1200 head of stores aud fats and is now horo again in search' of moro. Wo note also that Mr. W. A. Noble has sold 300 head of Bungawalbyn cattle to a Mr. Barling, and 100 head to Messrs Munro and M'Dougall, besides several smaller lots to up-river cattle buyers. Coraki, from its central position and wonderfully rich pastoral and agricultural surroundings, is fast becoming the 'head centre' of large transactions in either line, and the construction of leviathan sale yards will soon booomo a necessity. A. number of s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Late Fatal Accident at Invercauld [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

The JLsite Fatal Accident ut JiivcrcitulU. At an inquest hold nt tho rosidonce of Mr. II. O'B. Wilson on Saturday last, touching ' tho death of that gentleman's daughter, 10 yoars of age, tho following ovidonco was takon Nina do B. Lopez doposod : About 3 o'clock p.m., vestorday, I had boon play ing with Gortrudo Wilson; hor brothor Douglass wns with us, aud ho wont to tho oflico, got a gun, nnd pointod it at hor; sho said, ' wo cannot play that way; ' ho pointod it again and iirod, whon sho foil blooding ; I saw tho body, and recognise it as that of Gortrudo Wilson. Annie Camoron doposod : I am a do mestic servant ; yesterday afternoon ? about 3 o'clock, tho childron had been playing on the vorandah; tho deceased camo out of tho room, and hor brothor throw water ovor hor ; sho wont into the kitchon, and then ran in and out, and between tho two doors, when her brother Douglass poppod out of a side door with tho gun pointed, and firod, when tho doceasod droppod down, and the blood bo...

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

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. Mr. Dillon is stung tho Inspector of Polico who arrosted hint. Damages aro assessed at £2000. Tho chargo is for malicious 'prosecution and assault. The Imperial conforonco moots at tho end of March. Admiral Fairfax. Biiccossor to Admiral Tryon, leaves London for Sydnoy shortly. Sir Henry Holland has bcon appointed Secretary of State for tho colonics. Tlio Earl of Iddlesleigh has declined to enter tlio Cabinet as Lord Privy Soal or Lord President of the council. The reduction in the British army qt occupation in Egypt will begin next month. LONDON, Tuesday. On the debato in the German Reich stag on the Army Bill, Prince Bismarck mado a lengthy spcech in the courso of which lie stated that tho pouco of Frank fort would mako it still harder to main tain tlio relations botwoen Austria and Hungary. Germany was intimate and cordial with other Powers and excellent good rotations existed with Russia, also the same with Franco, but it was difficult to maintain. Ge...

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

TELEGRAPHIC. I [FROM OUR OWN OORRKHI'ONDENT.l SYDNEY. TtJUHDAv. The resignation of tho Ministry lias not yet boon aceoptcd by tho Govornor, who hns gono to Mors Vulo and will not return until Monday. Anothor death from small-pox — Mrs. Moore of the Quarantine station — mak- ing six. Sovoral others aro not expcctod to recover. Thoro aro no fresh casos. Tho patients at Melbourne are progres sing favorably. At a mooting of tho Malingers of tho Sydney Bunks it wns resolved to roduco the rate of intorest on deposits ono per cent., providing Victoria and Now Zealand agroo to do the samo. Sir John Robertson's health has im proved. Six persons havo been arrested for an alleged criminal assault on a youns; girl ut Newtown. Sir P. Jennings lias tendered to tlio Govornor tho resignation of tho Ministry. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Dibbs sent in his resignation to ? the Governor to-day. Ho would rather resign in the interests of the country than cause u difficulty and embarrass tho Ministry. There i...

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

ItlAKlstvrinl Inquiry. I An inquiry into tho death of otio John Millions, \vho was found lying dead at Oakland on tho Sth day of 'January, wan hold boforo W. Yubsley, Esq., J.P., at tho Royal Hotol, East Coraki, on Saturday ovoning last, whon tho following ovidonco was fukon : — Hi chard Stovons, cavpontor, rosiding at Oakland, doposod that tho body rospooting which tho present inquiry wus hold was that of John Millions j saw him last, alivo about half-past 8 o'clock this morning on tho verandah of tho houso whoro I am li.lng ; saw him boforo that in tho Oakland mill, whoro ho was lying down on his faoo ; ho had a out ncross his noso, which was causod by his falling on tho trainlino ; a man namod Dolby and mysolf picked him up ami sot liiin against a fonce ; did not soo him any moro until a little aftor 8 o'olock, whon ho got a drink of wator and sat down on tho vorandah and talked ; whon I wont to work ho was still sitting thoro ; did uot soo hiui alive aftorwurds ; noxt saw his do...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

drier Mention. I Tenders are willed for Court-houso and Lockup. To bo in by February the 8th. A man for wracking a constable's skull and stoning and boating his wife and mothcr-in-law was fined £10. which, with a derisivo latiKli at tho inagintinte's scntouoo, ho paid by tho aid of his pals. Wlinro was tlio cat. 'Nosey ' Boh didn't give his clients ropo enough. * Throe of them had to asphyxiate. Lord Sandhurst and tho Hon. Mr. Manslleld arrived at Sydney by tho Sutlej for a short stay. Tho increased dcficit in tho Now South Wales vevcmiu has given rise to sonic uneasiness in the minds of investors. It is understood that tho Marchioness of Qneensborry will file a petition for divorce against her husband, tho Marquis of Queens berry. The Now Zealand Shipping Company's steamers will cull at llobart iu future, ou the voyage between London and New Zealand. . Tendors for tho formation of tho Coraki raco oourso close to-morrow (Saturday). It is unticipatpil that the now Vict -ria loan of X...

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Alleged Outrage in Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

AlleKcil Outrage In Tuinwortti. Por.ioK Maoistkatk Irving wns engaged tho whole of Thursday morning, in tho Tamwortli Polico Court, in hoariag ovid onco in an alloged criminal assault caso, in whioh Waltor Ooodbold. William Bennett. l)Yodriok Chariot) Cross, Thomus Oburch, and Charlos Twain aro chargod with having, on tho ovoning of Dooembor 1, violently assaulted aud committod n rapo upon a girl under 10 yours of ago, named Mary Auuo Borrigun. Inspootor Croagho conducted tho pro socution, aud Mr. W. l'\ Tribe dofendod tho prisoners. Evidonco was given by ' tho constables who arrostod tho prisonors, nnd by tho girl Borrigun. It disolosed tho fact that fcr four yoars and eight months sho has boon living in a place with a person namod Owynno. Sho never rocoivod any wagos, and ndmittod that aftor going to Gwynno sho commenced a lifo of ill -famo. and followed it ovor sinco aud that any nionoy sho earnod in this way Mrs. Gwynno usod to take from her. On tho nicht of Docombor 1, tho fivo...

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Coraki Police Court. Monday, January 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 14 January 1887

Coruki JPolicc Court. Monday, January 5tu. ?Uefoiie J. White, Esq., J.P. Martin Huoguay, alias W. Payne, charged with tho wilful and malicious destruction of tho property of ouo Mo Lan (a colostial), was romaudod for oight days. Henry Carson, chargod with making use of obscono language, was finod 10s. Thursday. I Boforo W. Yabsloy, Esq., J.P. Martin M'Mahon, chargod with being drunk and disorderly, was fined os ; and for making use of profane language was fined 10s. Monday, January 10m. Bofore Messrs. J. Whito and W. Yabslev. J's.P. Martin Haognay, alias William Payne, on roinaud, ou a charge of malicious injury to proporty, was again brought before tho Court. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Ah Sing acted as intorprotor. Mo Lan doposed that about half-past 5 o'cloo . on Sunday the 2nd, the defondant camo to his houso and spoiled his melons, called him a b ? Ohiuaman. and made use of othor disgusting language ; he ate a part of a melon aui thon went into tho witnossos houso and struok ...

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Plants for Consolidating Embankments. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

i iPlaiits for CouHOliUatiiig Cmbaiikiueiit8; The best plant at, preseht;for'Consilda ting, by the interlacing of 'its, V'opts,'!ihe loose soil of;^fte^y-ipad?;em^n^n\e6t; is,- . [according ,to;- M.'l'.Gambifiri(of ('tlie1 FWnch:-' ltSiT^ffv1 ' SerVrde]i4hei double poppy. While the usual glasses and jClqyer^' need ',sey'eirftl''mit)pthi^ for the i^dqvplqpj^ept . of ^.their. ^c.ompa^ively feeble roots, the double poppy germih ' 'afces iin ? h few 'days, and ; in two weeks' «' tt]groWs enough t'o givt! some protection ito., ' the slope, which 'are'lO' df:l'2!-iqqhU; long, are found to have interlaced go ?! ra87to 'retain' the carth:;far uiore firmly .Though the' plant'is dii 'aHijua'l',' itfsows^ . ? itself after the. first year; :ahdj ,(\yit!i a* j little care, the bank is ahvays iin good condition.

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An Artist's Feat. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

(l- An ilrtlst's Feat. '.Landsi;er: had an' extreme fondness - for 8tudying;';ini3:^mikiflg.-:p|crore8 of, i lionsi and fronvtlie .time when, asja boy, tihe:dissected one,; he.tried to obtain the. i body Of every dion that died in London.' J Dickens was iii the babifc' of' relating ...that,., on J,^nH qccasiqn, when,';;hc audi others were dining with th,e artist, a servant nnrt&ed' and asked :*:?-' Did you ;[iqrdfir'a lion, 'sir'-?'', as if it 'was the niip&'fc pavu);al..|.ili% in' 'the world. | The-1 -guests'] feared ;l;hatv a /living ; lj6n was u'jabeut-i to, Enter,1 biit-iti turned:iout:tOJbe. the bp^ly tliie, '2oolog1caV'Garcl6h^ frhitih' ^had been ,.jBeii.t-tls a^-gift to ! Sir. Edwin, r. Iks pkill 2 in ' ! drawing: 1 was * i marvellous;, and was __iiofic6. shown ^'h^!a rare way 'at a large 70 f-I'M tV''-) gJ.'I .«»? f -'.'i;U7 .®' evenfpg . p^rty. ..Facility, ,in ,di;awing liad been ; the:(thein:e/of conversation,' -iwhen 'a' ladyr.' declared that no one had je...

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Letting a Man Hang a Vulgar Error. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

l-ettiug a Man -Ilang-a Vulgar: UnYIess ''tlie 'fticts :'have- been actdallyj deposed on oath by creditable witnesses,: *il' would' Eie difficult to believe that iuih gross ignorance and brutal stupiUity: .could .possibly exist as that recently; displayed at Wellington, New Zealand, ! in conntcHoti with the siiicidcof a man -named William vElV.in; ' 'According to 'the local paper, a man named Burrowes .ifoiind 'the tfu,fortuiiate(Elvm tanging ,^.y i a^c]0tlic3 . line, from a . .rafter, but' ??still alive, and according to theiwife's 'testimony, ' kicking.': 'Mts. 1 Elvin begged Burrowes to cut lier' husband ;down, but lib refused, saying' lie dared *|_not|\toucli ; liim .till. the, .police came. i.The;distracted wife;, was utterly unner ved by the - 'spectacle, and apparently -did uot ?/thirik of cuttiii'g the rope he^gelf^ altliough one would, .ea^iily.have ,-done isp, .Hiit ran into' a ueisuboarine ?shop to ask that the .pplice; might;, be summoned .' Brit it' was not uri ti I th ...

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