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Romance of Money. THE FORBES CLAIMANT OF £1,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

fitoinaiicc of Money. j THE FOIMJIiS CLAIMANT 01' ' £1,000, 000. Foutuni-: has smiled upon an old . residen t of Forbes to the ex tent of a trifle over £1 ,000,000. The recipient is Mr. William, Newton, who has -re-: i sided in the district- for many years, following wood-carting and many other occupations for a bare existence.' Mr. Newton, who sprang from a good i family, migrated to Australia many i years ago, eventually settling in i Forbes. He used to tell his friends lie was entitled to a lot of money in i Chancery, and intended to prosecute his claim with the aid of Mr. William Brooke, a sou of the proprietor ot the. ' Forbes Times.' His identity has now been established. Mr. Newton and bis sons arc and have been iii poor circumstances, and lately the old man lias been befriended by old ac? quaintances. A letter received last week places beyond doubt- his iden tity, and his sister and other relatives have left. England for Australia in connection with the matter. Some years ag...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fifty Years' Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Fifty .'..Years'- Service. 1 O.v New Year's Day District School Inspector Bradley, of Armidale, com pleted 50 years of honourable service in the Educational Department, of this State, and the teachers under his su pervision took advantage of the occa sion to forward to 'Bona Vista' a memento of tlieir regard 'for him as theirchief, in the form of a beautifully illumiuated address, bound in padded morocco. Accompanying the address was a beautiful silver tea and coffee service and salver, a gift to Mrs. Bradley, all the articles of which are engraved- with a monogram, and on the. reverse side the dates of service— ' 1853-1903. ' *On the salver is the following inscription: 'Presented to Mrs. Bradley* on the occasion of the completion of the iubilee of service of J. D. Bradley, Esq., District Inspector of Schools, Department of Public In struction, Armidale, 1853-1903.'' The 'Armidale Express' gives the following particulars of his career: — Mr. J. D, Bradley was one of the two first m...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Miss Penrose. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Death --!' Miss Penrose. Tmc Clarence ' Examiner ' regrets | to announce the death of Miss Marion i Penrose, which took place recently at the residence of her brother, .Christ church (N.Z.). A heavy cold that had settled on tho luugs was the cause of I death. 'Deceased was sister of Miss S. [ Penrose, of the li Grip,' and resided iu Graftou for a number of years, - leaving for New Zealand about 12 months ago. While at Graftou she assisted in several benefits for the Graftou Hospital, and took an active part in matters connected with the H.C. Church.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Practical Dredging for Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Practical Dredging Tor t*ol-l. Spkakixc; of dredging for gold on ? the west coast of America, the 'Scientific and Mining Press' (San Francisco) says : — 'About nix yeavs ago gold dredging on this coast was made a prominent subject, ai'd that evolutionary process ot gold-mining began to take on considerable pro portions. In California, Colorado, aud Oregon, as iu ;Mou.tana, dredging for gold has now made the yield of gold so produced a factor of some import ance in the annual gold output, and areas that, Chinese forsook twenty years ago are now offering handsome profit.- From . the Cceur d'Alenes come accounts of installation of gold dredgers, ajid the field is widening. No form of gold-mining is on a surer basis. With care in the selection of ground, proper sampling of the whole, area proposed to bo dredged, and skil ful operation of the proper dredger, the element of chance is almost wholly eliminated, the matter sifting down to a commercial proposition of cost, expenses, and net p...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Penalty of Greatness. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Penalty of Greatness. I ? O.vu of Mark Twain's biggest jokes was played on his daughters, aud at Elmira it still stands as much of a joke as when it, was first perpetrated. Early in his literary career, says a writer in the Boston ' Transcript,' Mr. Clemens made, his home in El mira, and it was m that city that his daughters were boru. No father was ever more proud of similar events, and Mr. Clemens decided that they should be commemorated in a lasting and substantial way. So he. erected handsome stone watering troughs, costing several hundred dollars each, in the vicinity ot his pretty summer home, Quarry Faim, aud named each after a daughter, the name and date of birth being artistically cut: in front of the troughs, in letters six inches high. When the Mis.ces Clemens were tots they did not mind the publicity, but now that, they ? have grown up . and reached a marriageable age it. is caus ing them some embarrassment. But their father laughs and tells them that it is ono of the pe...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Produce Market. [By TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Tlia Produce Market. [By Teleguai'Ii.] ? SYDNEY, -Monday. 1 Butter : Pasteurised, lOJd pur lb ; choice ' creamery, ,10d ; factory, !Ud. Maine f'Northoin theis,;oa to 5s 3d ; At- I gcjutine, 4s (id to 4s yd. ';Kgg « :-Koi tlieui livers,' lodper dozen.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A "Tall" Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

A ??Tail' BSeconl. A cOKRKtiPoxoKxr of ft New Zealand country newspaper lately reported that a well-known shearer in the, Uangiti kei district sheared by hand 240 sheep, the ' runner-up ' being bandy with a tally of. 215. The 'New Zealand Herald ' thus comments sceptically ou the statement : When an up-country .paper prints such a ' tall ' record as this without, first requiring a statutory attestation of its truth from the writer as a guarantee of good faith, the op portunity is given for most unblushing romance. Tallies approaching those just quoted have been previously counted up in Queensland and Now South Wahs out-back district's, where the sheep grow tufts of belly wool, aud so little on any other portion of their auatouiy that the shearers humorously term them ' rose] las,' after a parrot that fights so viciously as to be gener ally devoid of neck and back feat here. But when such claims are made iu re spect to the shearing of the woolly and bulky sheep of New Zealand, the ma...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

, BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. : Following were the wholesale prices in Brisbane on Friday : — Maize: Argentine, to 4s 5d pur bushel. Bran, £8 10s to £8 158' per ;loir; pollard,' £9 os to £9 10s. ? Chaffj Oaten, prime, to £G 1 0s: per ton. , ?:?:? Hay.:~ Oaten, hydraulic, £8 10s ; Derrick, £$ pel' toil. Potatoes : English, 13s per cwt. Hams : Pineapple, Is Id to Is 2d Mild Cure, Is Id per lb. Bacon: Pineapple, Hitches, 13d per lb ; Mild Cure, flitches, 13d, and sides 14d. Eggs, to llHd per dozen. Butter: Southern, ll.Jd to 12d per lb. Cheese: N.Z, medium and large, lOAd per lb ; Eietoriun Oil to !).U1. ' 1'ius. — At tl.e City Yards, Sydney, last week, the limited yarding of 400 head com prised the offetings. The bulk of the con signments consisted of baconers aud porkers, ? backfatters anil stores being poorly repre sented. Porkers were in active demand at - extreme rates, the market being about the best during the year, -especially for prime handy weights. Bnckfatlet'o-and stores sold w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A Wealthy Hermit. DIED LONELY ON XMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

A Wcaltlij Hermit. I ? IHKU' 'IjOXKIjY ON XMAS DAY. I At a magisterial inquiry opened by ! the Parramatta District Coroner into the death of Matthew Thomas, aged 51, of Campbell's Hill, who was found dead in his house on Boxing Day, a lad named Percy Jacobs stated he called at deceased's nlace earlv on Boxing Day morning, with the milk, aud found Thomas dead on the floor, with blood on his face. He had seen Thomas alive ou Christinas Day, but lie then seemed very sick. Mrs. Tuckwell, a neighbour, stated that deceased had lived all alone since his brother died, last April. Constable Auckett deposed that he found Thomas lying on the floor of the kitchen. He appeared to have fallen from his chair. Tbe table was laid for a ineaK In the clothing of deceased he found a silver watch and chain, aud a purse containing two sovereigns and some silver. In the house he found a deposit slip in the Union Bank of Australia for £1500, issued on February 11, 1902. There was also a deposit slip for £1...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

jySNTISTRY ! DENTISTRY. Ip. G.IORLEY wade, Mi'LVOST, : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : Begs to inform the residents of Casino and distriet that ho continues the prnctieo of his Profession at his old address, Barkkk Stkest, Casino, rr Next donr to Crouch's Trade Palace, where he may be consulted daily. Extractions rendered absolutely painless by tho aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Chloro form, or by tho most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, nnd Cement, inserted with the greatest skill and care, and when required the nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted on Gold, Vulcanite, and Platinum. Old and broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and made to fit the mouth better than ever. Also, the most modern style of Gold, Porce lain, Crown aud Bridge Work, and Pivoting of Teeth on Natural Roots. Teeth Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to the Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may rely on receiving every attention, combined with the best wor...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A Merry Jingle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

A Merry Jingle. Hick a is a merry jingle that is going j the rounds of tbe Western press. It describes the livestock situation with commendable accuracy: — 'A short | time since the steer was sad, he scarce could raise his head, bedad. His hoofs were sore, his tale was limp, his mane and bangs had lost tlieir crimp. And when he trudged from grass to drink, | with scarcely strength enough to wink, | the owner, too, looked blue and gluin. and cussed the cattle business some. But since the.raiu tho grass is tall, the steer can raise his bead and bawl ? his bide is sleek, no boues protrude, lie prances liko a city dude. His tail is slick, his eyes are bright, he snorts aud dares tbe crowd to tight. His owuer, too, digs up the chink, and asks the boys to have a drink. God bless tbe mill, it makes a fellow young again: | he feels like throwing up his bat and howling like a democrat.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Tax Assessments. AN EMPHATIC PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Tax Assessments. - Ax Emphatic Piiotkst. .Tub -manner in which properties in this district linve been re; valued, for the purposes of '.find taxation is, - to say the least, most extraordinary, and the attempt- made to extort .'revenue.:: from those already sorely alflicted . by liad seasons should be strongly and solidly resisted. We have seen a number of the assessment papers issued claiming' the tax upon land for 1002, -and in every instance the value of -the ' land is very. ' nearly doubled on the previ ous assessment. It is ' specilically set ; forth in the Act that the' taxation shall be levied on the .unimproved value of land, with a £2-10 exemption, yet in many . instances the value set- upon land for taxation purposes exceeds i lie valub of such land with all improve-' meuts thrown in. In the first in stance we believe a number of pro perties were over-valued, but the owners paid rather 'than go ?; to the trouble of appeal. Now, ho wever, that a: system lias bconvbegun fo -...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Railway Financial Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

It ail way Financial Problem. It is in no spirit, of pessimism that the llailw.'iy Commissioners have di rected public attention during tbe week to the unsatisfactory condition of the railway revenue, as disclosed by the receipts tor the hist six months of the current financial year. Tliey deem it desirable to let the public know that, the scale of expenditure in the past must be considerably modified, if they wish ' to make both ends meet.' They do not hope to be able to do so. The losses sustained directly and in directly 'through the drought, as well as the heavy financial obligations im posed upou them by Parliament in the sliape of increased wages;- would neces sitate a policy of retrench men t, that would ' cut to the bone.' They do not feel- disposed to enter upon such a. course of procedure, as it would in flict a great deal of hardship upon a large number of men employed iu the service. The Railway Commissioners point out that the Parliamentary in crease in the salaries of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

Local and General News. Vital Stat i.sTrus. — For tho qunrter ending 31st December last tho following registrations wero mado nt Casino : — Births - males 34, foniales 35 ; total, G9. Deaths— males 14, fomales 0; total, 20. Twelve marriages were registered. llK.Movisci. — iilr. Kewell, who for the past 10 years has had charge of Irvington Public School, has been promoted to St Albans, Hawkesbury district, and w II leave shortly: Mr. Rewell is a pains taking teacher, and has been a most use ful mombiT of the local Literary and Debating Society. We' wish him happi ness in his new home. Advanobk I-Ionouks — In connection with tho musical examinations of the Sydney College of Music, we are pleased to notice that Miss Eileen M'Mahon, of St. Mary's College, Lismore, has gained a silver modal in the advanced honours division in the pianoforte section, and congratulate tho young lady and her in structors on the highly creditable re sult. Nicholson's. — We aro in roeeipt of No. 73 Nicholson'...

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The Late Herr Krupp. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

The Lute Ifterr Ki*ii|»iv. I \ - *»- ' ? AN INIEKESUNG SKKTCII. Thkke is no problem commands ?f«wider '-attention to-day than that of the coniHut between labour aiul capital. ':-r,;How in one instance it is being met is ; told-by Mr. Steiner in the 'Outlook,' in his description of a visit to the late ? Hei r Krunn. - Tlie great Krupp establihliment, now -' ? of world-wide fame, is the mounment of the genius of two nien. Alfred Krupp was fourteen years old when, upon tbe death of bis father, he in herited -the secret of making steel, to 'get.her with a factory which employed four men, and was financially upon the verge of ruin. It does not sound like an enviable possession, but such ns it was the boy accepted it as ' stuff to try the soul's strength on.' For twenty- five years he toiled un ceasingly working all day, studying half the night, and living npon ' bread, potatoes, coffee, li'nd scant portions of meat.' He was .learning more than , the secrets of his trade in those years : ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

? -K B3\' B5 BE .4 ff, SI S At tlio . breaking up of tlio Grafton. Superior. Public School, Miss Trissio ? Alderson win awarded a prize for most popular girl in tho school. The sum of £24,007 has been paid as rebate on sugar ca.uo grown in Queens land bv whito Inborn-. . Several cuttings for wiitor consorvii- '.- tion purposes aro to bo made in tlio Narrabri district, and a weir thrown across the Namoi Rivov. The total-: estimated cost is iibout t'20,000 Rov. H. Woodger, for tho last 12 mouths assistant ourato to tlio Lisinoro ? parish, having successfully passed Ins ' ilnal examination, was ortitmiod Priest at Armidale, and lias been given charge ; of tho Lower Macloay parish. Cavanoijhh's Liver Tonic never fails to - give relief in all liver and kidney coinpbun's. For sale at all stores.* The remains of Mr. \V. Lane, father of Lady Harris, woro intoned m Windsor - Cometory on Wodnesday last, lie lmd . been an 'old vo'sideiit of tlio district. ? The Bishop-of Grafton and Armidale h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

North coast steam naviga-:] TION COMPANY, LIMITED. -X-'-BMi .13' SS .- ..Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND Ri\ER an^ SYDNEY. ^ fast aud powerful screw Steamships EAMORNIE ;& TOMKI a fo now 'running a, Bi-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDA Y and SATUR IJ'\Y, and leaving CQRAKl 011 TUES DAY and FRIDAY about' 12 o'clock (noon). ' . TIig hue -steamer I'AMORNIE now 'unking' regular weekly ,.tri|W;'h»8. a refnr : ger-itiii!,' cluuiil)Oi- equal to GO . Ions : enptrit}, 18 x-lectnc lighted ; througjjoiit willi electricity,'' ventilating-; -fans; iy; '--the Saloon', and all mordern nnp'rovometjls. Txik Favouuitk ,Stba'mkr, . .. CBTY 05^ GSt :,V ' Limves Sydney For the Richmond everv THURSDAY 'Evening, making CO.RAKI Hie Toi minus, .mil leaves there every, MONDAY MORNING, crossmg out fronir I5ALI-1NA mi TUESDAY MORNING x This vessel- has extended accomjiioda-; lion for.i/lVE STOCK «t all kinds ' ' Intcnduig Passengers can engage Berths , i..'. 011 Toniki,; St. George...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

SYDNEY MAUKBT PIUCES; ,' . Following; aro tlio wholesale quotations in Siiiwex-atreet, Sydney :— Wheat: N. S. Wales, oil country: railway station. 5s 8(1 t.- (is 2d per bushel ; South Australian. now, 5s 3d f.o.b. Port Adelaide ; Californian wheat, in Sydney, us 4d on trucks Darling Harbour. flour: N. S. Wales, best roller* £12 per ton; ordinary brands, £11 15s ; Manitoba, to £12 10.-. Maize : River grain, 5s 2d to 5s 3d per bushel ; Argentine, 4s (id to 4s -Jd ; Island, to 5s Bran, to Is 5d per bushel. Pollard, Is Sd to Is Ud per bushel. Uliifl^wiieat : Local, , 5s 3d .to 5s 8d per bushel ; New Zealand, 5s (id. Barley : Prime feed, to 4s 3d per bushel. . Oats : Tusmuuiau, 3s 7d to .'is Sd ; prime, 3s lOd ; New. Zealand, prime, to 3s 10il ; good, to 3s !)d ; inferior, to 3s 0d per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local (in bundles), prime, to £7 per ton ; medium, £6 10s ; inferior, to £3 10s ; South Australian, derrick bales, £0. Lucerne Hay ; Hunter ltivcr, good, £3 ; Erinu', £3 5s to £3 10s : ...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

COMMERCIAL NEWS. I LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. 11. 11. Kjcprct * Ollico. Monday. FoMiOWI.n'u arc tho quotations for farm ami dairy produco ruling in Casino to-day.-— WlIoljKHALR. Ukt.ui,. & 8 t) £ » D Maize, |ior bushel . . 0 f- 0 0 0 0 OlmIT, porewt.. ..0 9 0 0 10 0 Hay, oaten, per ton ..D00- 9 10 0 Oats, per bushel ..0 4 0 0 5 0 Ki'ga, per Uozm ..011 013 Butter, local factory . . 0 0 10 0 1 0 Uuttcr, dairy . . . . 0 0 8 0 0 10 -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903

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