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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

A LIVER COUGH. Its Course Cut Short. Tho Case of Mra. B. NIXON. {by a balmain reporter). For some unaccountable reaeon tho truth of a good ninny things arc often only ad- mitted in a half-hearted way, and in conse quent it is (lillicult to decide how much or how little to believe, but when such a deci sive statement as that made by Mrs. Blanche Nixon, of No. 3 Little's Avenue, Balinain East, is brought to light, tlie information that is gained may be accepted hb accurate. To our reporter Sirs. Nixon remarked: — ' Just aoout five years from the present date 1 had a severe attack of influenza, and I became so weak that I could not turn in bed. All my limbs were rackcd with in tense aches, and I suffered greatly from a violent cough which strained my system terribly, besides keeping me awake at nightn. It was very trying to be in misery all day, and not gee any rest at all, for there 1 used to lie night after night in a stato of feverish restlessness; and when tlie next day dawned I wa...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Mrs Wooland, the wifo of a boundary rider at Yarrayarra Station, nenr Get inanton, wont to n well to obtain a bucket of water, nnd found the body of her 2-year-old daughter floating on tlnj surface. ' ' s' '

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Are Cattle? [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Wlmt Arc Cnttlc I A matt lo li materially affecting the finances of all municipalities wbo happen to have slaughter yards within their boundaries has just, been settled at Bexley. Sometime ago a slaughter house inspector was appointed by the council, and this oflicial, contending that the Act gave him power to do so, made a charge of 3d per head on all sheep killed, ns well as other cattle. This led to a wholesale protest from the butchers, who point blank refused to pay such a charge, stating that they ?would rather close up their shops than suhmit to it. Police court proceed injgs resulted, and at Newtown recently the magistrate decided that the in spector was right in his contention, and that 'sheep' were cattle within the meaning of the Act. This was not sufficient, however, to satisfy those interested, and the council accordingly requested the Public Health Depart ment to obtain the Crown Solicitor's opinion on the point. At the last meeting of the council, a reply was re ceive...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Aid to Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

? State Aid to Churches. A contkmi'Ouaijy says : — The Metho- 1 dist Conference has taken a rigid stand on the subject, of State aid to churches. To one of the charities in connection with the Central Sydney Mission, under the auspices of the denomination, the Government had granted the sum of L200. A member of the Conference directed attention to this fact, an earnest discussion fol lowed, and a resolution was carried that the grant be refused, so the charity — it is a home for children — will have to get on without this money. The action of the Conference would be commendable if it were consistent. But it is not consistent, for during the last quarter of a cen tury or more the Methodist Church lias accepted State aid every year to wards providing the salaries of some of its ministers. Fifteen or twenty years ago the amount was consider able, but it is small now because in the interval a number of the ministers' ?who were on the State aid list have died. The Conference appears to d...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CASINO COURTS. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. (Before F.G. Adrian, P.M. and N. Harper, J.P.) POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Tllfc CASINO COUIITS. Tuesday, March 17. (Before F. G.' Adrian, P.M., and N. v Harper, J.)?.) . POLICE COURT. I- Jambs Laiinek whs charged with being druriK nnd pleading guilty was fined 2s 6(1 or five minutes detention. Tho sume offender for milking use of obscene language wis lined 10s or 24 hours. ALLEOEI) LARCENY. Willium Leo, on bail, charged on two counts of larceny. naniely, one water hug, tlie property of T. Clark, and also one bag of oats, the property of the estate of || tlie late T. Giynn. Accused, win was N1 defended by Air. Butler, pleaded not If -niilty. Mr. Kissane appeared for the H prosecutors, the N.C.S.N. Co. |g \V. li. Westley Biiid I ain the local If agent for the N C.S N. Co. and reside in Il Casino ; have heard the information, laid $f by me, road, and it is correct ; the water pf bag (produced) is the property of Thomas Clark ; received it fr.nn Mr. Clark on ! 3 the 24th February on the Irvington I wharf ; put it into the shed on the wharf i between two parce...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Impossible to Please. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Ami-ossil»le to i'leasc. I Sir Edmund Barton finds just now a fresh' example of that which lie has so often experienced iu the past, namely, the difficulty of pleasing everybody. If he stays in Melbourne officially too lima he is assured in Sydney that he is gradu ally laying the sure foundation for the insidious plot whiclr the Melbotiniu people have on foot for making their city the -Federal''- capital. Tf, on tlie I owier uanu, ne comes to stay m ftyilnuy for a week, and in order that his depart mental business may not be neglected, then we are -assured that in Melbourne ' the whole conduct of Sir Edmund Iiai ton is described as a deliberate defiance of the capital compact in the Constitution, and a needless addition to the cost of the Federal governing machinery/1 1U (' Evening News') are not among the '? most ill-dent admirers of the Fedoul Premier, indeed lie would probably 11 1 gard lis as the reverse, but it is only fair ^ to say that it seems rather hard upon him ; that if ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Turkestan Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Turkestan liueerne. Tub cultivation of the best fodder plants is of vital consequence to tlie grazier, but he can ill afford to risk much. ,, in experiments. Every now ?nnd then new fodders are brought under his notice and much eulogised, but it is well for him to receive' such noveliies witll n. rrrnin nf 4,',,.. Often they are rated too highly. Re cently, however, a new kind of lucerne has. been introduced to the Queensland grazier, which may be very serviceable to cultivate in the central'and western districts. It is the Turkestan lucerne, aud. it is said to be more impervious to drought than ordinary lucerne, and to rtourish well ou Hinds notably hilly and dry. It does not grow very liigli, but its leafage is very thick and com pact/and it yields a very satisfactory crop to the acre. Those who have seen it growing on the sunburnt fields in Turkestan declare that it is a valu able fodder plant and will be of much i service to graziers whose lands are iu 5 the dry, hot zones. Of c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tick Fever or Texas Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Tick Fever or Texas Fever. I Proclamations appear in the ' Go vernment Gazette,' No. lfil, declaring the disease known as ' tick fever,' or ' Texas fever ' in cattle, horses, cam els, sheep, pigs, or goats to be an in fectious or contagious disease for the purposes of part IV. of the Stock Act, 1901, declaring that, whereas the Go vernor is satisfied that in the State of OilPPiiulmul +1, line the 12 months next preceding the day of tlie making of this proclamation, the disease known as ' tick fever,' or 'Texas ffver' in cattle, horses, cam els, sheep, pigs, and goats, the State of Queensland is infected as regards all stock within the meaning of part IV.. of the Stock Act, 1901, declaring that certain restrictions and prohibitions.set forth in regulations shall, for a period ot twelve months, apply to cattle, horses, camels, sheep, pigs, and goats which are being imported or intro duced into this State by land or sea from the State of Queensland. All stock introduced shall be introd...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Penny Postage in England [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Penny Postage in England Quite recently positive announce ments were made that arrangements have been completed for bringing Australia within the penny postage ring. It is stated that Mr. Austin Chamberlain, the British Postmaster General, has just sent to the Colonial Office, for transmission to the Federal liovernmenT, a communication on xne subject calculated to bring about what is regarded as a popular boon. But the difficulty in Australia is that the postage,rate throughout Australasia is still twopence, and it. would be most : anomalous to charge only a penny for correspondence with great Britain whilst inter-State letters were still charged twopeuce each. The Eng lish Post Office, however, confidently believe that this will be done at no very distance date. To those who are conversant with the cost of work ing the Post Office in Australia and the small' margin of profit realised, doubt, will be entertained as to whether 1 this' hope will be realised iu the very near future.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Imperial Food Supplies. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Imperial Food Supplies. 'Ui«'i)BR this Leading the 'British Australasian,' in its issue of January 29jth, makes some statements which, if they refer to'Australia, are far from being' correct. Talking about Colo nials it says : ' Every year they visit 1 1 ? ? 1 ? v ii.: ? ,i„ mm.—. - luc iiuiiiu itiiiu 111 uiuiintiuun. carefully select the best-bred and healthiest stud stock for export to their respective colonies. There, after a period of probation, to demonstrate utter freedom from disease, only are the animals allowed to breed, and their produce and progeny are, from begin ning to end, under Governmental and scientific inspection. Thus our colo nies have .lastly earned the high repute in which their produce stands to-day.' First of all, we buy very little stud stock at Home; we ought to, but we don't. A few men do, but the bulk never. As for the animals not being allowed to breed, and being under Government and scientific inspection, that is quite incorrect, aud absolute balderdas...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Memory of the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

A Memory of the M'nr. A smai.t, party, led by the com mander, enters thu farm to see if jjny stragglers still lurk within it. Whiit a scene! Piles of blankets, saddest impediments of all sorts, broken win dows, doors wrenched off in ihe wild rush for the open air, and over all the vile atmosphere caused by & hundred muii sleeping 111 space too small for thirty. In one room the slump of a candle is guttering 011 the table, and by i|H feeble light a bed in the corner looks -puffy 'nnd large to the quick eye of a troopeiv ' Someone under that mat tress, ' sir,' says he to the officer. ' Come out of that !' No reply. ' Gome out, or I will ? 'fetch you !' 1 Still silence. ' Nothing there,' says the officer, and: turns away. Hut' tlie trooDer stavs behind c-;n doubtful, calling loudly once more lo if; the motionless heap upon the bed. Finally, convinced at last, he raises 5' his rifle with a laugli, and drives his bayonet down through the swelling % mattriess. ' -fs But, something...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Itcliincsfi ot* the Skin. Nothing spoils il good disposition quicker. Nothing taxes a riiitn's pntieiieo Likg any itchiness of tho skin. Pilos almost drive you crazy ; All day they make you miserable, All night they keop you awake. J ust tlie same with eczema. Such miseries aie daily decreasing: Peoplo aro learning they can be cured, Learning tlie merit of Jjoan's Ointment, l'jpnty of proof that Doan'sOiutmentwillciiro Piles, Eczema, or any irritation of the skin Itead the testimony of a Casino citizen. Mrs. T. G. M'Mahon, who lives Iu South Casino, opposite tho butter f« tory, says ' I must say that I have never found nnything like Bonn's Oint ment for healing purposes — it is reallt splendid. I had occasion to use it ou p some of the children who were suffering | from painful and obstinato eruptions ot e tlie skin, and the quickness with which | it completely healed some was surpris ^ :ng. I miglit also state that I tried Doan's Dintier Pills for sick Iivtubchi ; and biliousness. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

? JHroi-o & youngtVL. WLff the vigour and buoyancy of health are secured by the tlmely^^^^f and regular use of Mother Select's Curative Syrup— a natural B tonic and blood purifier compounded of fruits, roots and herbs, WEBB tones the liver, regulates the bowels, promotes the thorough 'ftHSjy Jjjj KTg digestion of food and thus sustains and nourishes both brain and TBBg body -with an abundant flow of pure rich blood. WtfjT. ISEIGEL'S I H &ydij0 H J&B 'Six years ago,' says Mr.T. Martin, atgft m SM&- ? p&jjl of 91, Brougham St., Sydney, N.S.W., JasjjL. began to suffer from quite a complication of complaints. I was both bilious and dyspeptic, and suffered excruciating agony By&Sb in my back. One doctor told me I was suffering from dyspepsia jMjk and enlargement of the liver, but his treatment failed to cure vijMjj&me, and not until I used Mother Seigel's Syrup and Plasters ? did I find permanent relief. I continued with the remedie...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Public Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

A Public- Scandal. Thk Acting Chief Justice, in refer ring to a case that was mentioned in the Supreme Court on Thursday, de clared taat a condition of things had arisen that amounted to a public scandal. The case in question has ap peared in the term list for the last 12 months, and his Honor said it might go on tor another 13 months without being heard. ' The reason justice cannot be done in this case,' said the Acting Chief Justice, ' is that the number of judges is not sufficient.' The enormous ex pense and delay that arise from this scandalous state of affairs would be impossible to estimate, and it would appear that there is 110 chance of re dress. The Acting Chief Justice says that it is 110 fault of the judges, who do their best, and that the parties, if they cannot get justice, must, complain to those who can rectify matters. Litigants Who comply with the rules of the Court and pay their fees are surely entitled to receive something in return, other than the satisfaction of...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Itsillina. .. In reply to our queries' in last issue, ?Mr... A, K;„ Best (lion, secretary to the Ballina Fire Brigade Board) informs us ('? Beacon') that a member of the brigade sleeps iit' the statioii every night; Fuiuls will not at present admit of tlie purchase of a bellj'the; ercction of the .station and -purchase of hose and reel having ex hausted' the capital at the disposal of the Board!'; As'. soon as sufficient intjiiey is in hand a fire-bell will bo erected, and the station connected with the telephone ex change. During the mouth of February the Co operative Creamery manufactured 72,800 lbs (32i tons) of butter, suppliers being paid at the rate of 10 5-8d for first-class; Tho total pay to cream suppliers was £3222. The bacon department is very slack, very few pigs coming in. Mr. R. Eyles caught a monster jow fish'on Monday night. It measured 5ft 2in in length, and weighed 821bs.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Byron Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Bjtoii Bay, Judging from the .results of a recent meeting held by old members of the Manchester Oi dor of Oddfellows, there is every likelihood of a branch of chat Order being started:' here. There are already 17: members, and- the uunilier can be increased. -There is already a branch' of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows here , with a fair membership These should help to iuduce a resident doctor to settle here. A iii-HKiMihiiion of a nurse of £28 10s and a gold pendant suitably inscribed Was made to Mr. W. Robrahau on Friday night in the Sclioul of Arts for his act of bravery in saving the life of Miss Hayter on' the iiight of the 28th Feb. jMr.'D. Jarinan made the presentation in the presence of about 200 persons, Mr. J. S Locke. J.P., being in the chair. To add feeling and ''harmony- to 'he business of the evening, sever, il vocal and instru mental items were interspersed during the' evening. . Mr. Jarnia''i, : previous to : making the presentation, made a stirring speech.''1 ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Mr. Hay has requested Mr. Bn.ttinger, the American Consul at Montreal, to resign for advocating iii the newspapers the United States annexation of Canada. Mr. Crick's statement on Saturday at Erskineville, that the drought relief business was ' all rot and humbug, bus Oeeasioiiod a great ileal of criticism and much indignation umongst all classos of the community. The' Coastal Furinors' Co-oporativo Society intends in future to grade nil buttor on arrival in Sydney, and to nsk a farthing extra for any of a specially choico flavour from which the moisture has been well extraotbd,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Advertisements. FOR SALE— A FARM of ISO Acres, situate on Disep Creek, 3 miles from Tatham. Tho Farm is subdivided into six paddocks, and ' UO acres ate now under inai/.e. Eight-roomed levelling House, ? 2 Barns,' Milking Yards, aud all other , neces sary improvements. Never failing ? supply ; of first-class water. .Inspection- invited. No Agents. Apply to. WM. KNKJH 1', on tho Premises. v , , PLANT NOW.-^All kinds of Evergreens and .-Tropical Trees, ( Guavasj;. Orna- ? mental Trees, Roses, &c., jii pots from 1h. Paspaluin Dilitiituni Roots, &c. , to be had' ;froin D. J. M'AULIFFE.Greoiiridge, agont fjn- Sydney and Brisbane Nursoryinen. A GREAT 'CHANGE— A* REAL -iti. ?' BARGAIN. i - FOR SALE, u LINDIi REFRIGERAT . ING PLANT, comprising Compressor, Ammonia' Condenser, Air Cooler -ami Fan, -Ion. Tank Coils and Moulds, and all connec tions,' together with au icc-nmkmjj plant m thorough working order, capable of making 4 cwt. of ice per day, (i H.P... Boiler and Kngine, ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales HOMEBUSH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Yesterday's Fat Stoc£ Sales [By Special Tklkciiiam.] Homhuusu, Thursday Night. At the fat stock sales, to-daj', 1007 lieud of cattle were yarded, prime bnl louks being firm, while others wore much lower. Cows made from £3 to £8 I0e, and bullocks £3 10s to £14. Best boef is worth 308 per 1001 bs, ,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Latest .News.' [BY TELEGRAPH.] T.ONDON. Wednesday. The residents of Coiinbra, Portugal, revolted against tho collection of taxes, nnd the soldiers wero called out, killing eight and wounding many others. Germany has allotted 15,000 to assist farmers to emigrate to the German colonies in South-West Africa. An undertaking has been given by the Coley Bronlield Land Syndicate to place ijO 0U0 British 011 an immense tract ? of land at New Ontario. Twenty-soven foreigners at rreioria, who were not provided with permits, have been expelled from the Transvaal. The Queen's Shamrock was on Tues day distributed amongst the Irish Guards at the Tower of London. Lord D linraven's Bill to provide for St. Patrick's Day being proclaimed iv Bank Holiday in Ireland' was .read a second time iu tho House of Commons. At tho St. Patrick's Day banquet; Mr. John Redmond said he was hopeful, and tho prospects before tho Irish cause were without precedent; 11 L According to Mr. Healy, M.P.; the King desires a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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