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The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser was a newspaper published in Coraki, New South Wales, Australia from 1886 until 1942.
The Richmond River Herald was first published on 9 July 1886 by Louis Ferdinand Branxton Benaud, the great-uncle of Richie Benaud. The first issue was almost never printed as the office and newspaper plant had been in flames a few hours before it was due to be printed. Louis Benaud made a career out of advocating for Coraki's interests and in the third issue the Herald argued for Coraki's incorporation into a municipality.See the full Wikipedia entry
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