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Selling Eggs by the Pound. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

.SdlluK Eggs l)y'liie i'ouud. I American poultry farmers do. 4°t believe -tt(?iiier.Mozeu, aufl: an '-'effort is. being ! made t'o introi duce tl^e.s^'f^in'o'f s'eljiiig jlv , weight. An An'iericaii journalist remark';?1:— It i^iranhoying to the brecdcivof, bloxxled and fine fowls to find when he rtffurs-' Mr* sales'' eggs '.twice 'as Targe' '^s his neighbours that they bring no more per t; dozen thdtt do the. ? smaller/ onep. AlSfp,' th'6 ' co^sunier is qfteu -vexed to find that he-iiiust pay the same, price; to-day for a dozen eggs weighing a pound and ; a-half: Hc.sides; an ? egg trdiri a 'well-fed fowl ig.ljc.avipr.^.a'ntl! riclieri.lthan one from a common fowl' that is only half fed, s6 '' tlvnt' weight compared to si/.c , is an indication of richness'. Thus, _ eggs of 'wliich ' eight will weigh a pound are. better .aiid richer;, than those of apparently, (hu same -size; of which ten are: required 'for a'^ohntl:1 'Of course, with eggs at Gd per , dozen .''{and ^hundreds 'bave :...

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 — 21 January 1887

' l, i ,!???, ? ? VILLA'OE'FAIK,1' 1 ' ' ''' '»???''/ ??' ,1 '' :,OIiD ENGLISH S^ORTB,' ' , ? ? . FOOT RACING, , j , ; .'r,i7, 77 FAN, pY.,BAZ^iiBI j and Great Art Union, i i; \m ! or 1 ' Exhibitidh Grroitnds and Buildings;: GRAFTON,' CLARENCE. , RIVEft' . ! ' ON .. !?' Monday, Tuesday, and' Wednesday EAST K]1 WEEK. Tlio tyrealost and most diversified' EXHIBITION, SALE OF .WORK, and DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES combined !. with ATHLETIC and ENGLISH FAIR' !: Sl'ORTSioy^r hold in N°w South Wales. '77' in aid'of the : ? Cathedral Euildiiig and , ? f Orft'an l^unds.!: ? ? FIRST ' PAY.— EASTER ? MONDAY. Tho GROUNDS willbo .'thrown open at 10 a.m. The Out-door Am'iisemonts, undor the , management of a;lspeoii»l. SroiiTS Committee, will includo SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, and , other FOOTRACING (aoo special advcrtisomorit), MAY POLE, DANCING' on tho : Green, including Highland Fling and Hornpipes, SWINGS; ' Acrobatic Porlm-mances, SHOW BOOTHS', PUNCH AND JUDYy and other , OLD ?ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS, &...

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Coraki Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Corahl Pmit-Offlce. - ; Arbtvai, and.Dhpartuhi? op Mails. Mails arrive irom Sydney, South Woodburn, . 'Woodbnrn, and Swnn Bay every Monday ' 'and 'lTinrsday. tft '3.35 p.m.'; and. close for 'the same places every Tnes3ay, and Friday, at 5 p.m. _ -.'Arrive from Lismow, 'Wyrailah, anil 'Gun3ur 1 imba daily, and close for -same places ? every Monday and Thursday, at '3.35 p.m. ? 'Arrive from Casino and 'Codrington ; every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at-10.30 a.m. ; and close for same places every Mon day and Thursday, at 8. 30 p.m- -?Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, Wardell. and Broadwater.

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The Prince of Wales has finally declined the invitation of the Victorian Government to visit Australia next year. Sir Drammond Wolfe, lately recalled from Egypt, has returned to Constanti nople, and will visit Vienna en route. The Emperor of Germany, in address ing the President of the Upper House, stated that the rejection of the bill to increase the army deeply pained him. It was impossible to aooept three years limitation ; the Germans would be pre pared to join the reserves. Fraaae having refused to ssediate with Russia and Bulgaria, Italy has been invited to act. Turkey has declared ' the Bulgarian Regency illegal and requested them to resign the Government into the hands of joint European Powers. Russia has closed her ports ia the Tk_ rttomc. The British Government has resolved to introduce a Bill designed to combat theexisting agrarian conspiracy in Ireland. The bill is applicable to the whole of the United Kingdom. Owing to a political crisis in ...

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 — 21 January 1887

'RlVCr NteiMien Tttoe-TaWe. The following time-table is published lor general information: — The Messenger leaves Woodburn for Lismore ? every morning, returning 'to Woodburn in - the afternoon ?The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every - Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; ' and Ttefino for 'Coraki every -Teesflay. Thursday, and SilturHay. Fenwick's steamers leave Lismore for 'Ballina, and Ballina for Lismore at 8.30 a.mdaily.

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. I ? I SYDNEY, Saturday. At an Executive Cabinet meeting to-day the Jennings Ministiy resigned absolutely. The Governor Bent for Mr. Barton, and after a long interview that Sentleman declined the formation of a finistry. Sir H. Farkes has now been sent for. CASINO, Monday. At a publio meeting held on Saturday night a resolution was adopted in favour of a protective duty on imported timber. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Parliament was opened at noon by commission, and new members sworn in. A Parkes Ministry is likely to be formed to-morrow. Sir Patrick Jennings moved an adjournment of the House until to-morrow, when he would ask for supplies. SYDNEY, Monday. The English ohampion (Hutchens) and the Queensland aboriginal (Charley Samuels) ran a match for £2000, to-day, 150 yaras, on the Carrington grounds. Samuels got the lead soon after the start, and won by a yard. Time, 14 9-lOths. It was a grand race, and there was great excitement towards the finish. 5000 persons were present. SYDN...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Smart Trick. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

A Smart. Trlek. . j Thb China Mail reports the following: — ' A 'rather smart trick was , -'discovered *fhe other day to'have been committed by a steward on board one of the coasting steamers whereby he enriched his pocket somewhat and Tan little risk of detection. On the steamer in question, 'the Fooksang, Which belongs to one of the foremost coasting lines, it is the practice 'for the agents to supply the steward with wines for the saloon table themselves and charge ? him for them. The wines supplied are of 'unimpeachable quality, in fact cf the best 'brands, and the captain was therefore rather surprised the other day when one of ''his- lady passengers drew his attention to the quality of some champagne which had been ' served up. The captain at once investigated the 'matter, and found, to his great -astonishment, that-the steward had i substituted for the wines supplie'd'by the 'agents a quantity of deteriorated cham pagne - which had been under water with the Glenfruin, and sol...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmer's Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North Coast Farmers' Asseoiatiaa, Limited.') SYDNEY. Thombat, 6 e.m. Maize, 4s 3d for prime ; Eggs, Is 3d per dozen ; Fowls, 3s 9d per pair ; Pigs, fid per lb.

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Stranger than Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

! Stranger than Fiction. . BEbx New ^Zealand papers report an event ' '{hat would be denounced «s impossible and OUTRK if related 'by a'novelist. The story iis that a young 'Dutchman named Hooghk 'limmer married a yo*ng lady at Dunedin, -.-and they went to live together in Melbourne. ' 'Soon 'afterwards he' was suddenly miesed. He was -en -an amateur photographic visit 'to Frawton, on'the shores of Port Phillip , JBay, and while there seemed to hare taken v- swim in the eea.as his clothes were found -oti tbe beach. AH search and inquiry were iin vain. Sttffioiaat doubt hung over the .fact and manner of death to cause an insurance office in whioh he was insured ifnr £3000 to withhold navment. and his iwife -or widow returned to her friends in Dune£n. Now, a year or more after his disappearance, the news comes that the long missing man is returning alive, and droll, from Europe. His story is that when be had hU swim he found the place where he had left his clothes hidden -in the scrub...

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Anniversary Day Sports &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

AMlnnairf Day Mporto «c. Oir Wednesday next, the 26th, the ninety ninth birthday of the oolony of New South Wales will be oelebrated throughout its entire area by all sorts and conditions of men and women and in multifarious ifavs. Locally, the pnnoipal item appears to be a Grand Athletio Carnival to be hold on the raoe- oourse, Coraki, under the auspioee of the Loyal Star of the North Lodge of the Independant Order of Odd fellows, M.U., the very liberal programne for which oomprises some twenty-two ?vents, including a 160 yards £16 handioap, and other events of an equally attractive charaoter, and when the Woodburn Band will be in attendance and play during the day. In the evening a Grand Ball and supper will be held, under the auspices of the same Lodge, at the Sohool of Arts when a strong muster of both sexes is anticipated. In oonneotion with the above sports the steamer Irvington will run a nip from Casino to Coraki and back, and ; the Messenger will run from Woodburn returning...

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Separation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Separation. ' Like children -crying for the moon ' a considerable section 61 the Grafton people are insanely crying for what they call 'separation, ' or more properly Bpeakiug the formation of that narrow belt of country lying between the 30th degree of south latitude, and the Macpherson Range and the M'Intyre River — the southern boundary of the colony of Queensland — into a separate colony with Grafton for its capital. Certainly nobody denies the right of the peoflle of Grafton I to air any imaginary grievances they may consider are vexing them, but as certainly, grave exception must be taken to a very small . minority of the popula tion of the area sought to be segregated assuming the roll of self-elected dictators for a mighty and wealthy majority. From the testimony before us the agitation for separatiou has not reached even as far as the nearest township on the 'Clarence 'to Grafton — Ulmarra, and from all -other quarters, both on the Clarence and Hichmond Rivers, the question...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

General Notices 0 LET.— A Comfortable COTTAGE, in Bridge-street, Coraki. For par - tioulars apply to CHARLES STAMFORD, Auctioneer. NOTICE.— If the party who was seen to piok up a SILVER WATCH and GOLD CHAIN on the Coraki Racecourse on tho first day of the raoes would leave same at the Coraki Police Station further trouble would be saved. JJUBLIO SCHOOL, BUNGAW ALBYN TENDERS are invited for the Erection of Publio Sohool Buildings at Bunga walbyn — to be sent in to H. D. M'Lelland, E.q., School Inspector, Lismore, not later than the 6th February. Plan and Specification may be seen on application to Mr. E. M. D. Spring. Publio Sonool, Coraki. OYAL 8TAR OF THE NORTH LODGE, I. O.O. F.. M.U. A Grand Ball and Supper, under the auspices of the above Lodge, will be held at the Sohool of Arts, Coraki, on WEDNESDAY, 26th January (Anni versary Night). ? Good Musio provided. Dancing to com mence at 8 o'clook. : TICKETS — Double, 7s 6d ; Single, 5s— may be obtained of members of the Com mittee, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Special Advertisements. [An extra oharge of 20 per oent made for ad vertisements inserted in this column.] jyj' E D I 0 A L. F. 6. CONNOR, M. B., M. Oh., Edinburgh University, mar be consulted at Mobbs' Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; and at) MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, . - \ ; from 10 to 1 o'elook, ?:4f EVERY TUESDAY. QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. Our Accounts for the Quarter ending 31st December have been rendered and an early settlement of the same is respect fully solicited;' A great manv of our accounts are for Subscriptions from the date of our starting in business, and for payment of these we should feel obliged. LOUIS F. BENAUD, Herald Office, January 10. ' NUNQUAM DORHIO.' r~ THE §tirtrm0nfr glifar Herald, HUB NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. Published at Coraki evbby Fbisay Morwinq. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1887.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

.(.jv/ofn Shipping' Notices. rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN! JL' : thoRiohrriondRivor District. JOHN SEE1 andi CO.'S line of Steamers. . ? Until further-notice tho Favourite Passenger Staftmors HELEN NICOLL and ! AUSTRA LIAN will run as follows : — '? ' :i .-.i. Tho ,0.8, ;,'HE£EN NICOLL, Captain .R./ A. Frnspr, lonvirifr Sydney SATURDAY. NIGITTS, at 0 o'clock! Leaving' Grafton1 ' ; WEDNES 1-AY MORNING^, at' 0 o'clock. Tho b.h. AUSTR ALIAN,. Captain H.C 'Chud . loisrh, i' leaving Sydney., TUESDAY i, , NIGHTS, at 9 o'clock. licavinir Graf Ion ' SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 6. 30 o' oiock. iJjSr.Thciio itf earners call rc&tiiiirly nt.'Tjiiw rbnee, Reeky Mouth, rind llnrwood Inland1, for passenjrpra by. -tho- Casino,' 'Woodburn,' and Swan Bay'Cpaphes.'' '? ! ' I ? ? '- !'? F :A'RtE 'Sf: ??!! '? Saloon — Single ? ? £2 0 0 T .' Return- 3 10 .0 ! , i Steerage— each, way ' ? 1 0 0! '. t&T RETURN TICKETS available by oither steamer; . i. /. . ? i ?. ? :.? .iJOIIN. SEE and COMPANY. S ...

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Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Religions Memoranda. Church of England. January 23. — Woodburn, 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. ; : Coraki, 3.30 r.m. .30:— Woodburn (with Holy Communion), 11 a.m. ; Broadwater, 3 p.m. ; Woodburn, ,7,30 p-m. — Rer. ft E. Haviland. ; Roman Catholic -Citoboh. February T3 — -Eariy ? Mass at 7 a.m. ; Mass at 11 a.m.- ? 14— Early Mass at 7 a.m.— Father Callery. Wb*£Etan Church. 38 — Casino, 11 a.m. ; Irvington, 2.30 p.m. ?; Lismore, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Fredk. C. Boyer. . Baptist Chubch. 23— Oakland, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Bungawal byn, 3 p.m. - 30— Pimiioo, 11 a.m. ; Wardell, 3.30 p.m.; : Broadwater, 7.30 p.m. . 30 -Oekland, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.— Supply. , Pbesbitebian Chubch op N.S.W. 23 — Lismore, 11 a.m. ; Woodburn, 4 p.m. ; . Broadwater, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. J. S. Scott. 30— Lismore, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. : Wyral . lah.2D.ni. February 6 — Lismore, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. ; . Wyrailah, 3 p.m . - 14 — Lismore, 11 a.m. ; Clunes, 3 p.m. ; Bex hill, 7.P0 p.m. — Re v. J. Johnstone, M. A., of Echuca. 20— Lismore, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I Amuvaib. January. 18— s.s. Coraki 360 tons, Captain 8. Postans, from Sydney. Passengers— Mes- datnes 8 wayne, family, and servant; Middleton and ' family, Barlow, Hamilton, M'Hearne, Bradley, Stone, Brandon, Misses Minney, Smith (2), Digman, Dr. Swayne, Me«srs. B*«ndon, Crof'on, Summers. Middleton, Collins,' M'Kerisle, Stone, Harrison,' and 24 in the stowage. Full general cargo. Experi enced strong southerly winds with heavy sea to theSoath Solitary, and' light variable winds to arrival. - January 19 — Bellinger, s., Captain B. Alley, from Sydney. Passenger* — Misses Jervfa, Nicoll, Quains (2), Barges, - Coudong ; Messrs. Hewitsotf, . I White, and 6 in' tho steeraga. Cargo, 100 tons genet al: merchandise. Loft 8ydney at 10.15 p.m. on Saturday, tho lfitli inrtant, passed Seal Rooks at 1 p.m. onthe lfith, Smoky Cape at 1 a.m. on the 17th, arrived off 'the Richmond Bar at 5 p.m., and oame to anchor, ' it being ebb tide; Crossed in on the . 18th, and arrived at ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

The ' tempest in a teapot imbroglio between the great cricketing powers of the 01arenoe4nd those of Casino has given birth to a mass of interesting (f) correspondence, and in justiofe to the first of tho two O's we must say they ne&avea tnemseives as stnugnaorwtuu - urn gentlemanly orioketers at Coraki, in fedt 'they were too straightforward for some of our team, one of whom is on' orutohes yet, and another wfooea when he is interrogated as to' the oondition of his poor shins. M , The Wiloannia Tims make* the following apology -_« Owning to the holidays our editor has been ton drunk t - either write the leader or local paragraphs. How fortunate that - Christ* mas comes b«t once a year.' v '- ?' ? ? d

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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The Seoretary read the finanoial state* ment for the past year, whioh he had prepared for presentation to the Inspector of Charities, showing the reoeipts and ex penditure to be as follows Ikoqhs. To Bshnoe 81st Deoember, 1886 . . £19 12 3 Government subsidy ? 10 6 O Subscriptions ? 18 19 11 Hire of hall ? ? 18 7 6 Nett proceeds of entertainments in sldef -Institute.. ...... 25 5 8 ? ? ? £87 10 4 ? KxfssniTuim. By Purchase- of books, &o ? £35 v8. . v6 Purchase of furniture.,.. ...... 16 18} 1 2 | . .Purchase of Piano ? ? ? 16 9'3 Expenses, .salaries . ......... ., 3 4 0 Sundries ? ? ? ? 7 0'8 Firelnsoranoe ....,,..,...... 4 6 :? 0 Balanoe 31st Deoember .... . ..... . 4 9 9 487 10 ? 4 On the motion of Mr. Noble, seoonded bv Mr. M'Aughey, Messrs. F.Olifford and H. S. Fergusson were, appointed to audit the accounts for the past year. ' The reply to the questions contained, in the report to be sent to the lnspeotorvof Charities was agreed to, . . , I ...

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Coraki Amateur Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Coraki Amateur Turf Club. A MEK-rmo pf the members of the above club was held at Mobbs' Commercial Hotel on Saturday evening last, when there wen present — Messrs. W. L. Murphy (President, in the ohair), W. Walsh, E. M. D. Spring, G. A. Jefferies, M. Doran, B. Wells, H. n. Ferguson, O. Malone, T. Brandon, ? W. Sullivan, Hugh Smith, and W. T. Mobbs . (Seoretary). xne minutes or tne last general meeting were read over. The balanoe sheet was ? also read whioh showed thattherewas a bal ance to tho oredit of the olub of £7 10s fid. The following persons wore then eleoted' members of tne olub : — Messrs. W. M'Donough, S. Soholes, L. Benaud, B. Soholes, J. G. Balser, F. Clifford, and J. Benaud. ' ? On the motion of Mr. M. Doran, seconded by Mr. W. Walsh, Mr. W. L. Murphy was re-eleoted President of the olub for the' ensu.ng year. Mr. M. Doran was eleoted Vioe-President ' on the motion of Mr. T. Brandon/ seconded' by Mr. H. S. Ferguson. Mr. W. T. Mobbs was unanimously re-eleoted Seoretary, ...

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Our Sells. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 21 January 1887

Oar Moll*. Thh Instructor in Agriculture for the Board of Technical Education, Mr. Angus Maokay, camo down the river from Casino, by steamer, on Thursday. He called on us, on arrival, and in reply to a request to speak in Coraki on soils, maize growing, dairying, or kindred subieots, suitable to the distriot, said he would gladly do so, but there would not be time to get a meeting together, and he had to leave next day, in order to eep time with engagements made with Agricultural Societies, Schools of Art, and other publio bodies in various parts of the oolony. His main duty at the present time was examination and analyses of the soils, and his reason for ooming down the South Arm, was to see, as far as he could, the soil on the banks of the river there, whioh he had not been able to see on Srevious occasions while in the distriot. [r. Mackay spent Thursday afternoon and Fnday morning examining the bou and grasses, as far as he could reachr He got over to Spring Hill, wading through...

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