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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Cavanoooii's Pulmonic Balsam is tho Uu8t remedy you cun tuke fur coughs, eoUlts, and all ciiust aud iuug trouble*, staid at all 8ioreu. . ? i ?! ?

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 — 27 March 1903

. ? : — ? ISalliiin. ' In the 'Australian Hall on Tuesdiiy night (says the '.Beacon') about one hundred residents .of Ballina assotublod :to! bid farewell to' Miss F. A. Munro, .Matroii of. tho .Ballina Hospital, who is leaving ifi a foiv'days' time to take a ro sponsible position in a Sydney private .hospital. Boing universally popular with the townspeople and beloved by all who have been at the hospital as patients during her resideuco Ijore, it was only 1 to be expected that Miss Munro's farewell would bo well attended and thoroughly enjoyable, aud such it certainjy was. The Mayor of Ballinu (Mr. T.: Martin) presided, and tho guest of the ^evening, with hor brother and several members of the hospital com mittee, were accommodated with seats on the stage. The : Ballina R. and P. Company notify tljat they have decided to close their bacon department, this course be ing necessary owiug to the very poor supply of pigs. ' The temporary messenger from tho Wardell post office was admitt...

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 — 27 March 1903

? I 11^ I II MEN £V IT is as good for women as | for men. Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps jias always been a fine thing for ' tired ' and suffering women. Wolfe's j Schnapps | is an old honest all-round tonic 1 beverage and household remedy. | You get nothing but lasting good I from- its use., I ASK for fi j Wolfe's Schnapps j f I ud TAKE NOTHING ELSE. j

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

News . of; the District, ILisniorc. ? What might have been a very serious H accident happened to Mr. J. Macgrogor p Dunn yesterday afternoon (says Wednos day's ' Star'). He was on tho street f near his office and was just in tho act of f leaving Messrs. Rico and Gray, with F whom ho had boon in conversation, f when a buggy, driven by a woman, cumo -- ill. collision with him, the shaft striking and knocking him down, and tho wheels ? then piissod over him. Mr. Dunn wns ' very severely shaken by tho blow lie ro- ? ceived,- us well as in the fall, and sus tained severe contusions, cuts, and nbrn- . sions. One cut ou the face necessitated ' the insertion of several stitches. Ho was convoyed home, and is sufferiti' a r good deal of pain, as may bo expocted, ftom his injuries, still no serious results are 'apprehended,, but ho will bo con fined to his bed for some days. Every one will wish him a speedy recovery, Mr. Feathorstone, late in the employ of the. North Coast Co., Byron Bay, met ...

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 — 27 March 1903

| Would You Like | I A Good Suit ! | Of Clothes I § Made to Order for 42s ? | I . a LINE TO | | TheXjon.dpiar^ | J '9(54^ 'G.k.wW'Ej Street, ' Sydney, ' ?? § '^OU' will reseive by return mail a full range of Samples and | 9 J.. .Materials, a Measuring Tape, and a Simple Self-Measurement | 0 Form, Positively Free. ' : ^ | 1 We Make Suits to SVJeasurie for 42s § 1 That Can't, be Equalled in Your Town for 63s. | t ' ' 0: — . o x We pay carriage to aiiy part of New South Wales. We make to 1 J your measure and guarantee a perfect lit. . Satisfaction assured or ♦ 2 your money back. . ! £ J ? -r' - i | I London Tailoring' Depot, | £ 264, GeorgcStrect, Corner Bond Street, Sydney. | Who is Bob Brunton ? WHY I HUE KEEPS _A_ SHOP IN WALKER STREET, CASINO (Opposite tho Town Hall), WHERE lie Soils Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes of every, good brand ; Pipes, plain and silver mounted ; I'm icy Goods of every description ; Electroplated , Ware n'spccinlity ; Ladies' and Ueiit's Watches ; l'rayer B...

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 — 27 March 1903

?Biliousness Is a condition characterised by a disturbance of tlio digestive organ*. The stpmach is dobilitatud, the fiver torpid, tlio bowols con stipated. There is u loathing of food, pains iu the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue, and vomiting, first of the undigested or partly digested food und tlion of liile. Chumlier lain'» Stomach ar.-l Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of tho stomach antl create a healthy appetite. Tliey ulso tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. 'Just What You Need.' Only 1/0. Sold by A, C. Simpson, Ceuteuuiul Stores, Casino.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

GJSMUJItAL iXEWS. A lad named Richardson was riding a horse at Military-road, Mosinan, near Waters-road, on Saturday, when the animal, collidod with an electric tram. The horse was killed, but its rider was not seriously hurt. Clarence Byrne, a boy of 10, residing in- Birroll-stroot, Wavorley, was ad mitted to St. Vincent's Hospital by Dr. Marsdon, on Sunday evening, with n ifractured skull, tho result of a fall from a tram'. .Tho, Gei'inanlChaiicellor says that the relations ''of the 'Uiiited States, Great ? Britain,, arid Oorinany have emerged .from the ..Venezuelan trouble unini pairod.- ? '? ^ ? ,-' Mr. Russoll Sage, the New York ; ? millionaire, hns just purchased li red and green talking parrot, which hangs up in a cage in his library. The bird was ordered by the family physician, . Dr. M uniif as a device for. entertaining : : v ( Mr. Siigo whon he finds , it difficult to - '???? rest from his daily toil. \ .. : / Cavanougii's Liver Tonjc never, fails to give relief in i'll l...

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 — 27 March 1903

THE NORTH COAST STEAM NA VI- I GATION COMPANY, Lijiitkp ; ' I .EXPR K.S.S,^ Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND R.1A IIjR and SYDNliJY. | fn HE fast and powerful. scrotv Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and I ST. GEORGE [ Are now running a Tri-weekly Service, I leaving Sydney TUESDAY, PHUKS f 1UY, and SATURDAY, imd leaving CORAKI on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and 5 FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). 3 Tho fine steamer RAMORNIE now f making regular weekly trips 1ms a refri i aerating chamber equal to GO tuna I capacity . is lighted throughout . with 5 electricity, vontilatin'. fans in the Saloon, I and all uH-rdern1inij-rt(vl)ment3.'(;'-^ j ??? '' | Tub | OAKL.IMM 1 Will make Weekly Tripp t.-- the Richmond 5 River, calling at Newcastle coining N»rili. [ Intending Passengers can engage Berths I on Tomki, St. George, or Ramovnie by | telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis I more, where Saloon plans may be seen. [. It is specially, requested, that all com munications regardini: Shortfe or Mi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Pneumonic Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

JPllCllllMtlliC 1'IUgllC. The existence of pneumonic plague at Honolulu recalls to mind the error made at Vetlinnka in 1879, when it was treated as ordinary pneumonia. The symptoms are mainly those of in flammation of the lungs, together with high fever and great weakness, whilst buboes are mostly inconspicuous. This form of the scourge is especially deadly aud extremely contagious. There being an absence of the obvious char acteristics of ordinary plague in its development, it has on several occa sions been mistaken for ordinary pneu monia, even by those 'familiar with true plague, and it was so treated, with disastrous consequences, 24 years ago at Vetlianka. On the. first out break of the epidemic of plague at Hongkong, this form was not de tected, but in Bombay it was recog nised ijy' Dr. Childe, who discovered that many deaths from pneumonic plague had actually been registered as having occurred from pneumonia. Of course, the danger of treating a pa tient suffering from the for...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

-ttKXEfltAli \'I2WS. Thk Statk Lauouk Boahd. — The Minister for Works lias been furnished with a report' 'regarding the operations of the State Labour Board for the month ended February, 1908. The report shows that during .that period o52 men registered, and employment, was found for 3o9. Of this number ol9 were placed upon Government works and 20 taken by private em ployers. The unrulier of men dis charged owing' to the completion of work, aud other causes, amounted to 151 for the month, and 147 were offered work but were unable to ac cept for various reasons, many of them having otherwise obtained employ ment. The Prisib Minister. — The Federal Minister left Sydney for Melbourne on Saturday night by the steamer Kasnga Maru. Beforesailing Sir Ed mund returned the official call of Baron Von Hoenning Carrol, Consul for Austria-Hungary. The Prime Minister purposes returning to Sydney just before Easter. He will be pre sent at the entertainments to be given -in the city by the Governor...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kruger's Diamond. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Krugcr's Diamond. f The great diamond named after ex President Kruget- of the Transvaal 1ms had a most tragic history. , The dia mond originally belonged to Meshhesli, a Basuto chief, from whom It was ex torted by T'chaka, the Zulu king. T'cbaka's brother killed him, and stole the stone. The brother came to grief, and the gem passed into tlie possession nf n. 7iVi1n olnpf. wlm cnmi nft «-,i. I,. was assassinated. The natives say that no less than sixteen of the suc cessive possessors of the diamond either were killed or driven. out. of the conn try for the sake of the gem. The dia mond wns then seen by white men, .wh(» set out to possess it. A party of whites, attacked the natives who had ? tlie stone in their possession, and a tierce fight ensued in which 300 lives, mostly natives, wero lost. A native chief, named Ale m el a, took the gem and concealed it in a wound which lie had received in battle. Afterwards Memela was caught, by the Boers, ami set. to work as a slave. Kruger hea...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Preservatives in Food. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Preservatives in Footl. Tiru question of preservatives in food .has, for some time been under consideration by tho Board of Healtli nnd in 1lie ' Government Gazette' regulations nre published dealing with tho matter. There nre seven regu hitions. The substances which are re garded as preservatives nre formic aldehyde, boric acid, Iiydrofluaric acid sulphurous acid, benzoic acid, salicylic acui. x ins list win lie added to from S time to time. Four of these sub- | stances which may be used nre given ' I nnd tlie proportions in excess of which '' they may not be used are fixed. The { proportion is per pint of liquid or pur ? pound of solid food, and the quantity i- is as follows: — Sulphurous acid, l'i fi' grain ; salicylic acid, 1 grain ; benzoic ' acid; 1 grain; boric acid, It) grains. In' regard to sulphurous acid and its % preparations, it is provided tlmt it - ?may not. be used with milk and its products, canned and bottled foods 'y '.traits, and their products, such as jams' r, ...

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 — 27 March 1903

STATION HRY & FANCY GOODS : : D 15 POT. : : fV2rs. bearden Bogs to announce to the residents of Casino and District that she has OPENED BUSI NESS in Hickey-street, and is prepared to supply all kinds of Stationery, Boots & Shoes, and Fancy Goods. A Shakk ok Public Sititokt Solicited. J-^RESSMAKING & MILLINERY. Mrs. Sedgwick Wishes to notify to the Residents of Casino and District that she has commenced Busi liese as above at her residence, Centre-street, Casino. A thoroughly competent English Dressmaker has been engaged. First-class Worlt Guaranteed MILLINERY A SPECIALITY. ClIAKtiKS MODKUATK. 'JAMES T7 TANDY, Auctioneer & Coiniiiission Agent. Swohx Valuator Under Real l'KofBKTV Act. I HAVE enquiries for . Farms, Dairy Properties and Town Lands, and shw bo glad to have particulars from intending sollers. ... ... ? .; ? Loans Negotiated on Good Security. ^U C T 10 N E E R'S NO T I C E. W. G. SIMPSON, Auctioneer, . Laud »ml Hstsitc Agent, CASINO. Having ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Sporting Intelligence, : At: the Gatwiek March meeting .iii England on Friday the Brook Maiden ; Hurdle Race, two miles, was won by Mr. ?Spencer H. G.illan's eh h Seahorse.. Mr. D. T. B^ft guessed, the correct weight of tlie! fat liiillock; at Maclean Irish Gathering. ' . : When the Carbine colt pdndoiiald won his 'first race in South Africa' last month he paid. tlie handsome dividend or £45 in the totaiisator. -'He '.was' not at all fancied -oy ois o» uer or trainer - Nominations for , ' the -Opening and Easter 'Gift ^Handicaps, -in, connection with the Ballina Turf, Club mooting on' Easter. Monday, ' close ' on Thursday' next, 2nd Aprilu : . ' V. Mri C. L. M 'Donald has decided to turn Wakeful out for a few months'' spell at Catilfield. / ; : The cricket ? match « between'- - 'Lord Hawke's team and N.S NVales had to b j abandoned on Tuesday owing, to coiir tinuous vain., . ,, .. . i The - Hungarian Government'- expends £125,000 annually on horse breeding. ' Since 1883 there have b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Band Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

'The Lute ttiiml Contest. . Wis r- 1 1 ! ? '? ' ? . . . ' ? Tun . following, published in 1 lie ' Arniidule i3x press,' nre the romarkH made by thu judge in reference to tlio . , Limnore Band : — Lismore Hand. — ' Herolcl': Open- ?' ing — ailrlmite, . well played, tempo a little too quick for this very religions' movt.., rit. not quite iu tuue; nllo. . raodo., good playing, good attack, tho, , fngore well played, trombone cadenza missed some notes ; andante, trom- ? bone not playing well, accepts, good, cornet cadenza very fair ; allegro, coriiet nnd sop. playing well, all play ing well, euplio. cadenza well played : allegro, good ; pin lento, well played, euplio. cadenza well played, sop. play ing well, horns playing rather loud at... un piu plus vite, sop. again playing well; after J all playing well, 2nd last bar should have been held a pause, by all the band — a good effect missed ; inodd. lair, slentnudo good ; andante,', playing very fair, good cornet aud eiipho. ; vivace, pla...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

,C|a»2iio Seliotil oi' Vi'ts. . A ? -committee meeting ' of the - above institution was held in' the c library _ou ; Wednesday evening last,. : the following members being present : — Messrs. W. G. Simpson, F. Stitz, W..G. Mac In Toy,. VV. H. -!armont, G Stit/., J. T. Juuor, S. J. Butler, A. C. Simpson,' B. S. May, S.;' P. Dart, S. A. Long, A. W. Simpson, : and tho secretary, A.J. Junor. ' ,.!-?-? The minutes of last mooting wore real and confirmed, on the motion : of Mr. Macknoy, seconded by Mr. Junor. correspondence.. Tho correspondence was read; atid ordered to be dealt with, on th'-i motion of Mr. F. Stitz, seconded by Mr., A- W.. Simpson, aul consisted of the following An application was received from Mrs.' [loi'dley,. accompanied by plaii,' to build on corner of Walker and Barker streets. From W. Dytnock, iii reply to a letter from the Secretary, re order for books oti approval ou. completion of catalogue. From Mrs. Fanning and Miss Cosgriff, applying for the hall on show nigl...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cape and Restricted Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

The Cape and Unstrictcd ?'?. Immigration. A coi'v of the Cape of Good Hope Immigration Act passed last year has been received by the State Minister froni tlie Agent-General. The law took'effect on 30th January last. The list, of '' prohibited '. immigrants is a large one. , ; It includes those who are unable.to write out, an application in any 'Europeatr . language ; paupers ; . convicted offenders'; lunatics ; persons of bad character ; and those deemed by the Minister to be' undesirable. The Anf i« linh t-» imnlv* fn' nf tlio -- :v; vri'J naval and military forces ; officers atul f.rew of any. public., sliip of a foreign State; any person with liis wife and' family- and servants ??'duly, accredited under the authority of his Majesty, or of. the Government* of any foreign State; persons wjiohaye served with any/of his Majesty'^ ^forces in Soutli Africa and have .received, good dis charges ; the wife and minor child of any person permitted to immigrate in to the colony.';* persons d...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Latest Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Tlie liiitest liOiin. i In regard to the cabled news of tlie issue of j- 000,000 worth of Treasury bills by: tho Government, Mr. J. H. ?Oarrutliet'Sj ^I.L.A. .(leader of ?' the Op position), said that the position of , the Staters i loair obligations and require men ts was 1 becoming' very acute: He sincerely hoped tliat^ therState Tre surer might be! able ;to \ ex tricatie the country from the very tight corner into which' 'it had been forced. To have, to go. to the London market for small temporary Joans such as this, andv to .accecio i. to rsiich. terms,, must have aivery. bad . intlnence . on future loan i negotiations.-^ 'J'he depreciation in the value of our stocks would cause ? a ' feeling- in the minds of preseiit holders, tlmfc ^liey.. were noj; a solid iji vestnituitifrom a realisable ^taydpoint, and .wijulditend to.imako/them an un popular holding., :The investing pub lic were very, sensitive^ and the view ot the London ' Daily. Chronicle, ' that operators on the- London'...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Ii «»U«tESIM»N»EX033.,.: [ j /t„ II, r Kditor nf the. Jlichmoml lliccr Kxprem.) !Sir -I observe in your issue of March onUi ii report of the CVmvent School con . wrt held in tho School of Arts on March 17th when tho Kev. Father Walslie mado an attack upon tlio principles of the newly ™ f nnccl Austral inn Protestant Defence Vssociation in Casino I ask you to kind ly «rant me space to reply to some state , r„t„ which were mado on tint occasion. ' Tirstiy, it was stated that the members of -i i|,.; l'ri'tostant Dofonco Association ' were 1 hiiulcd together and pledged not to give 1 i ? p,.i liinni!nt or m tho Municmal 1 Council to a Roman Catholic. I deny i tlio truth of this, and. declare it ti boa I misrepresentation of tho constitution of i t|1(. Association. It imputes a motive 3 which may exist in the imagination of I thus' wild aro either opposed to or un I iiuiiiainied with the principles of the § Suiiety. The assertion is as crude as it is 1 misleading, --d scarcely calls for ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Bribing the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Bribing the Press. j j A hki'OR'J'kh had joined the stall: of a daily newspaper, when a mining acquaintance of his, learning of liis appointment, said, 'I'd like to 'warn you against one of the men yon nre working with. He's one of the biggest scoundrels I ever niet.' ' In deed said the reporter, .' I've always heard him spoken very wejl of.' 'I know better, satd the mining man, ' he's utterly unscrupulous. Some time ago we had an invention for ore extraction we were trying to float, and he was sent along by the office to see it. I took him away from the rest, and said, ' Look here, if you can get us half a column or so to boom this thing up we'll stand you a tenner.' Well, he went off, and what do you think he did ? Never published a line about it, nnd told his office about our offer. I tall you he's about the most unscrupulous, dishonest fellow I ever met.'' The manager of a building' society, -which afterwards met with a sensational end, took a different- atti tude in endeavourin...

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