' A RECORD MOTOR TRIP. '
On Saturday last Mr. Charles Dorrough, of the British Timber Company, with his small motor car left Coff's Harbour at 1.30 p.m., and reached Lismore, we are told, at 10.30 p.m., running the distance of about 150 miles, including stops at Grafton and Casino, in nine hours. The roads about Coff's Harbour at present time cannot be in very good condition, and the same remark would, apply generally, so the performance was a splendid one. The car is, we learn, a Ford 16 h.p., and it came through the
journey without any mishap or disarrange-