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Business Changes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
Business Changes. MutiSRS- R. A. Caiiltona.no Co ruport the sale of the lease, license., and stoulc m-ti.ide of Mi E. StiM-it's vell-Knowu Commonwealth hotel. Casino/ to Mr. J. Newton, at a satisfactoiy figme. __ Wlnlu lcgielting All. ytavort's ?letuemeiit, ~\\e i ut the .same time welcome Mr. Newton's let urn to Cusino, niid wi*h liiifir'evei y autcuss, winch we fuul sum ho will en deiuoui in oveiy way to meiit Mr. Nowton will tiike p(.bs(.s-,iiiu emly in MiiilIi next. Wo undeiUiuid Mi. New tun's son will continuu to cany on the stoio 'business .it Tabulani.
The Dangers of Indulgence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
The bangers of Indulgence. A'l.-'n- public dinner in Birmingham SirdjYedorick Troves in a speech en larged on thf dangers of indulgence iii.Hces, smoking and drinking.' In reply to this warning Mr. Oharnber laiiV.oll'ored his hearers a little -of the practical experience of a layman.' 'For at least. 50 years of n life -winch had extended*', considerably, 'beyond that period- he hacVeateii iees whenever ho could gel them — penny ices being barred ; he luid smoked whenever ho had nothing else to do find generally when he had something to do; and he had consumed in modera tion such alcoholic lluids as he saw now before liiin, and had found them to be beverages which in his 'case cheered, but did not inelniate. As si result of that prolonged experience, ho was happy to be able to assure them that his digestion was as good as ever it was,' and quite sutlicieut for ' his' purposes.'
The Revival in Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
The Revival in Wales. l?Ki:ii drinks as a counter-attraction to the revival meetings in Wales have been offered by one publican, who be imia us- I he Joss of his trade. The re ligious fervour which hns spread over the Principality, has also broken up several football clubs. One prominent player, has burned his jersey and ku'tojiorboekcrs. The Treorky Junior Oiiib,.Bet(jvK Team, find the Bwllcliy lny'ndd Organisation, have been dis banded, and Penchnvdd is said to have great difliciilly in maintaining its ex istence. A few weeks ago, gambling was prevalent in the Ehoudda Valley; fo-diiy, the bookmakers declare thai their occupation isgono. The dancing classes are deserted, and underground prayer meetings are popular in the coal pits.
Blazing Away. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
! ? ® ? , ? , Blazing Away. ' ' INo little, consternation wsis caused at South Casino on Sa.tmd.iy niyht by an old man named Culm, who suddenly took it into his bund to go in for some uri.itic shoolmg with ,i lovohui, with which he firud no less than five luillets. One shot missed a young lad named E Hioun by abtitit two led, and shuck the fence m fionfc of Mi. A \V. lioa's, while auothi'i sln.t uanouly missed a iounglady Tlieimn ums pioinptly ai tested by Constables B-iyd and Nicoll, and locked up lie was biotight up at thu Police Couit, jcstcid.iy, chaigcd with disch.iiging hi e.u ms in thu stieet without lawful cause, and rcmaiidud till Fuday
Council Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
? -*- ? Counoil Matters. At the conclusion of the plague meet ing on Fnd.iy last, Majoi Cope nifoi'med the Aldenuen piesenb that he had tint day attended the Land Bo.ud sitting in icjiud to the Council's application foi a j specml loii-e near the Coiiiinon for a ! quauy The lease h,ul been gi anted bv thu Hoaul nil a pcnod of 10 yeius at an annual lental of £2 10s In lefeionce to the application foi a special giant foi the Kyogle toad, ho might mention that tun dursweiu invited in th.it 'day's Exntuss by tho Distiict Woil.s Ofbui'iy foi the work tho Council desirod to havo carriedi out. , '
That Crossing [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
That Crossing Till. Hallway Commis sions s contiiiiic obdui ale i:i ilioir ieliis;il fo accede* to a iea.soiiable and lti^t lociuesi nude by the people of (Jrisino for the cstiin Iislimenf of a crossing acinus lliu mil wiiy Imi' in B.irki'i-stieet, llic ab'-eiifc of which is ccitaiiily Heating pinpcii^ owiicis on the nvat side of the Ijiio hi avciy iiiifniiMiiaiiiiei'. Unfoi huiak'ly t lie. people thtm.selveh aic (o blame in a gu-at measnio for not entering a protest at au earlier stage. On tin other hand, it'nuist bu'remcinbeud that the 'iTqiiisitcrnjjlic-e''of the inten tion' fo practically' block one of I lie ni.iin sheets was not Gazetted until after the line had bten finished This, to our mind, is cle.nly a weak point in the tumour of the Department- It is to be hoped, as 1 lie Ooninussionci.s have not yet 'laken o\er that poition of the line lhat the head of the Woiks Department, who is also membei loi the distucl, will be determined enough to have a lensonable and lair leques...
New Hotel for Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
New Hotel for Kyogle. An inspection of Ihc plim, as appioved by the Casino Licensing .Bench, lor the new holel to -be elected tor Mr G M. Pollack, at Kyogle, shows th.it the strnctme will be up to date in evety lespect, and ample to meet public icqniiemeiits, in conjunc tion with the two well-managed hotels ah end y in ???xRtence at that piogies sive centre. The building will ha\e a fi outage to the mam road of 52 hot and a total depth olsomo &S feel, with a 12 foot balcony in front the full fionfage, lengthy Oft. Gpi veiand.iht- at back,' with a balcony on ei head ol equal, width. On the giouud (lour theie will be no. less than 15 moms, comprising bar 19 \ Hi, two pnilois [Ik ^G each, one pailor 12 \ 7, two family looms. 12 () \ 10, four bed iooiiin 12 \ 9 each , the main (lining iooni(ihi21 x l'i, and adjoining this is a piivaie (lining-inom 15 x 14 con neeteduby laige lolding-doois, so that if occasion requires there ''will' be a dining hall available -58 x 15; the kitche...
Blood for New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
Blood for New South Wales. Anoi ui:i; English-bred s'allion has been acquired tor New South Wales. This is Uiding Master, a son ofaMeltou and Schoolbook, who lias been bought by a well-known lesideiit'of: Sjduey. Jn referring lo'the puiclia.se ol hiding Master/ ' Milroy ' says: ' Last year Hiding Master was pi iced tor I he man who has ( now cm clod, Ins put chase, but the owner of the colt (Mr. Mtis ker) was disinclined to soil, though he iuiiuiaicd iluil he would coiinider sin oiler ol IO,UU0 guineas. At lh.it time Mr. Masker raced all the Meltons on his own account, and would not sell one, except at millionaire prices but recently, ,it appears, ho ha.s dy parlid Irom that custom, for dining the season he hits coutiibuted liirgel}1 to the vat ions sales in the Old Count r\. and among those he put on the niai ket was Riding blaster, win was iit once secured lor this Slate, find will bo shipped to Sydney shortly.' Thcie Wiis a decide 1 falling oil' in the valua tion set upon Riding ...
Electricity and Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
Electricity and Agrioulture. Tin: application of electricity In a'gricultnie bids fair to eliminate a great proportion of human and hoise labour Irom the farm (wiiles the American coriespoudcnt of the 'Age') Jielween thirty and loitj farineis in Kane Comity, llliuoi.-, hu\e been experimenting with the power lor a \t'iu' liast, and they have demon strated to'their own satisfaction Ihnl in (lie performance. 'of many classes of work the electric motor is both elie.ipu'i1 and more elVeetive than the hired mail and the horse. Without exception they have decided to iclaiii the motois on their farms as ii peruiitiiiiit adjunct. Here aro some of the things now being done on these farms' by electricity: — The sawing of wood, pumping ol water, sepin tiling cream from milk, ploughing the Holds, grinding apples, loading and unloading ^aggous at tho barns, and ,a down other operations once pcrlormcd by man and hoise. Fifteen' hoise-powet motors inn in use on Iliese1 farms', 'and the -saving in l...
A Dramatic Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
A Dramatic Incident. At L''insbury Park Station (writes the London correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph') one of those inci dents occurred recently Avhich make '?truth stranger than fiction.' Be cause of the delay in the train ser vices, dense crowds were collected on the platform. A woman fell on to the line. An unknown young man had just, jumped down to her assist ance1, \vlicii,Mo*'lhe horror of' the spec tators,- a ij'ain .rijshed,_buddenly'out of the gloom. It wa's not twenty yards away when it became visible. People screamed and cursed, but there was no stopping the train. The engines and carriages1'' passed ''right' 'over '(lie s«P' parent ly doomed couple. J3u( when the train moved on', instead of frag ments of mutilated humanity, both man and woman lay between the metals ^absolutely unhurt. With al inofa'tsjiiicredible presence of. mind the man had pulled the woman into the middle of the .track and, holding her down by,the head, had thrown himself llti.1 _? The , whole, tr...
Land Available for Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
Land Available for Settlement. Tine Minister for Lands, convinced of tlie great importance of stimulating Iho agricultural and dairying' indus- i tries', is t urniiifv his attention, .to tlio question of making iand available for Kuttteiiioni in the *, well- watered region of tho Richmond and Tweed Rivers. Ho has had his attention particularly directed to 45,000 acres of .valuable land; which is at (present inaccessible, owing to the absence of roads.'., Two surveyors have been despatched from the head oflice to explore the country in question. They,, will be assisted by onojjof the local', district 'surveyors! These, olh'ecrs will map the 'country, and produce a plan for the guidance of tho liliuistcr in deciding the size of the blocks.to, be offered, to, intending set tlers. The Minister for Lands esti nia'les that it will cost at least £20,000 to construct the necessary .roads -and carry out. t tie .other improvements ??re- quired to make the land available for .settlement1. Mr. ...
Tatham. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
! Tatliam. At St. Patrick's II. (J. Chinch, on ThuiMliiy ' morning last, Miss Kmily Agatha, youngest daughter --f Mr. and Mrs. E. HiovdiHi, of ivnsel«Mnk, Tatliam, was united in tho holy bonds of matri mony (?' Mr. John Ernest Small, youngest. Ikoii of Mr. G. Small, of Lawrence. Ihe ceremony was pui formed by thu Rov. Father Walshu. Tho bridu, who was given away by her fill her, looked very pretty ntliied in a dress of cieani silk prolnly shirred and richly trimmed with lace, with' bridal veil and spray of mange blossoms, and canicd a bouquet of cream rnsus and aspuagus furns. .Miss Riordan (sister of the bridu) as bridesmaid was becomingly atthed in a dress of pale blue 'voile, trimmed with silk and lace, with hnl t- i- mulch, ami woio a diamond and sapphire brooch, tho gift of the bride groom. Mr. E. D. Uiiiidiin (brother nf the bride) acted as best man. As the bridal paily wore leaving the church,' thu Wedding March was beautifully played hy'Mi'H.'-T. Pidcouk, after which a few f...
Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
\ Casino Hospital. Tin; adjourned annual meeting was held in (he, Town Hall, on Friday evening las't, Iho piesident (Mr. W G. Simpson) iu the chair. About 'JO subseribeis wcie present. The Ohiiirmiin stated thu busi ness of the meeting was to declare .the lesult. of the ballot for thu election -.f committee The seiulinier.s (Messrs. C. O .Sullivan and U. rage) had submitted the appended u turn : — F B.'Tyiivll W, A. K M ? ItcUiii- o--, Rov. C. I'\ Seyimmr 34, \V. K Pupu 3», J. T. Junoi- «1, G Lolllmck, smi., 30, A. W. Simpson 21), J. B. M'Doiigall 24, A. C. Simpson 24, K M. Ocikie 21, C. Knonl/sch. 21, sT. Latch foul 20, K. J. l'ownall 20, J. N. Baker 20, G J. Mortimer i8, W. A. lJaiker 18, \V..G,.RIackin'.y IS, .1. L. Giie\i- 17, B. S. M..y 1(», J. J. \V. Kissme 1:1, J. Fay 115, 'V. CariiKinb! 11. Ho ilwlared Iho lii st. named eleven duly elected. The number- of ballot-papers sent in were 4'J, of which, 3 were infoimal. lie hoped the new committee would work iiinii'iilily (o gether...
The Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
' i The , Plague. In view of tlio 'presence of plague to t ho north and sor.th of this district, the Mayor (Alderman L. E. Cope) con vened m public meeting of tlio Casino Miinicipiil'Couucil on Friday oviming, for tho'p'irpo.so of deciding whnt' stops should bo tnkon -to oliviuto us' far its possible any likelihood of 1111 outbreak in Ciisino. Jn addition to tlio Mnyor, them wero present,, Aldermen T. \i.\\vMV, 1) Pollock, F., Stitz, D. llayner, | nnd W.'G. 'Simpson ;''uud i)r. Riithor foid (Govornm'enl Medical Officer). Tliu Mayor stated that in conseijuonea of Dr. llutliovford's representations us to tlio necissity for action in regard to the maltur, he had convened the mooting and at his request Dr. Rutherford, wv.s in attendiincq. M ThoClork explained having ascertained that tho'Lismoio Council 'wore paying the rat catchers 7s per day, in addition to cost of passage. They Wero also using disinfectants in nil dirty p.uts of the town. r ' i Alderman Simpson : .Ought , not . pro- ?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 February 1905
Advertisements. \-\TANTKI), a good GUNJiHAL .SKK YV VANT. Apply, Mrs. T. \i. 1JAUKR, r.mud Hill. \ \ 7-ANTICD— 30 to oil Limits SmiifCi ravel 'VV or Lenin, delivered as directed' at my icsidenro and' Pound Hill. A. C. SIMPSON. WANI'IOD, IOO Head FORWARD SPIUN01CRS. Send particular.-, m R. 10. AU'ORN, Kyogle. 1' pOU SALIO; t'heiin, Lady's liiojclo and .' ' ! Sido-.'iaddle. Apply '''ollitiO of this pii|ier. '' , ' 'CJlIOP In Let, in North-atroot, Casino. O Apply \V. C. S. SHUPPAlllJ, Casino. rMRSTCr.ASS DAIRY TriJIfliRS, ]i - COWS, in full profit, all Uig Scrub Hied. 700 head at ? ' I'Vasorville,' Deep Ciuuk. on WKDNKSDAY NKXT, Stli Instant, by. I. ». M'UOUUALL. STRAY KD from my Paddock, Ciihino, a uioiibu-cdloiucd Pony, biiiudud heart over J on near .shoulder, ?'-U| on ,rihs ; shod all M-oiind. $ 10s roward' on* delivery iit STA VERT'S Commonwealth Hotel, Ciisiiio. LOST, fif.in Lioniore last, week; Oiiu1 BAY ? SADDLK H0K.SK, branded ,\XS ; near , tliouldcr, no white, 5 years' -old.' ...