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Judge Slowly. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

J iirige Slowly. It is not always nil easy matter to judge correctly of the quality of things. . Less tliim one in :i thousand of uh is capable of accurately estimating the worth of a picture ; not more tlmn one in a hundred the quality of a horse. In genera!, judgments rapidly made are of, small value. ' Dill you ever notice,' ' recently inquired a visitor to an English University town of his companion, us they sat together on 11 verandah, '.that quuer-looKing oiu leiiow witn me idiotic face, turned-up coat collar, nnd lioot9 seven sizes too large, who passes here every morn ing at eleven?' ' Many a time,' replied the other. ?' He is Professor of Comparative Grammar to the University of ? , and speaks fourteen modern languages, to say nothing of his mastery of Greek, 'Latin, nnd Hebrew,' The incident will serve to show tlie futility of superficial judgment. Many judgments which pass unchallenged are none the less deplorably wrong, more especially i iu matters which require a practi...

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

Doing it firanil. The fact that Grandmaster ' Cox made presentations of gold emblems to certain Oddfellows at Lismore, during his recent visit there, on behalf of the Sydney District, has occasioned some surprise amongst members of the order here. Grafton can boast of the senior lodge, of senior members, jjnd brethren who have done as much to advance the order and district as ar.y in Lismore could have done. The Clarence lodges will have to pay their quota tor 'the presents, then why the distinction ? Everything points fo Pastmaster Page's caustic criticisms of onr recent distinguished visitors being fully warranted, and we fear their ears would burn a little more than they did ou that memorable oc casion, were they to.pay Grafton a re turn visit- — liot on account, of the Lis more presentations, bu t for suppressing information concerning the proposed Clarence district, since revealed. — ' Grafton Argus.'

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

The State Treasury Kills: Speaking in regard to the issue of £600,000 111 Treasury Bills iu London, Mr. Waddell, the Treasurer, states that the Government, intends to use about two-tliirds of the amount, in London to wards the payment of interest, and it would cover the obligations for the next couple of months. The loan money used Jor this purpose was re couped from revenue simultaneously here, so that loan money was not being used to pay interest. By using the loan money in London in preference to sending it from here the Government was saving a. goodly sum in exchange. The balance of the £600.000 Treasury Bills, viz., £200,000, was being paid in London to the representatives of one of the other States for the services of that State, and the amount was being repaid by the State in question to the New South Wales Treasury. This was merely another exchange transaction. It saved the Neiv South Wales Government the cost of remit ting fhe £200,000 from London to 'Sydney, and saved the ...

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

Australian IVaval Melcncc. I In the course of his attack upon Australia in the ' Daily Mail' Mr. H. W. Wilson upbraids Australia for not contributing more to the cost of Iter naval defence. Australia, he points out-, is like the pauper in the work house, who has everything done for her by somebody else. 'But,' lie continues, ' she lives on sufferance ori the patience of the British tax payer and lender. She maintains and has to pay for none of the machinery of an independent State, nnd that isn sufficient answer to the politicians who from :time to time suggest that slie has everything to gain by secession, It also sliows the- danger of her position all the more clearly. Were she independent she could not borrow in London, not many weeks would pass before the Armed Michael lmd his claws, iuto some of the most eli gible lots, while the Armed Eagle, or whatever the patron deity of Franco may be, would certainly follow suit, and the Yellow Angel would want to know why Japanese were deb...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales HOMEBUSH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales [By Special Tklkgkam.] l-Io.Miciii'.SH, Thursday Nicrht. At the fat stock sales to-day 810 head of cattle were yarded, including 150 Queenslanders railed from Bourke. The market was firmer, best sorts realising 20s higher. Prime bullocks brought £12, extra prime £10, good £10. medium £7, cows £4 to £8 10s. Best beef is worth 32s per lOOlbs.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Birth in a Collin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

' '? ISirtli in a tJollln. A cask has come before the local court of Lesparre, near Bordeaux. Iii October, 1899, a young woman, Madame Rodin, coming from Senegal on board the Plata, entered the laza retto at Ti'ompleloup. Ou the orders of M. Sene, director of the sanitary establishment, who believed she. showed symptoms of yellow fever, she wns placed under observation. She was then far advanced in pregnancy, hi (. f'..... ol... ,i;„/l .,,..1 Imi'ipil on'October 6 in the cemetery of the lazaretto. About a ni6nth later fhe body was exhumed for a post-mortem examination to be mado. To the lior ? ror of those who opened the cofliti it was found that a child had been born in it. The relatives thereupon as serted that the young woman had not received proper attention, and legal proceedings have been instituted, M. Mascaras, the father of the unfortu nate woman, claiming £8000 damages against M. Sene and the Prefect of the Gironde. Casino : Printed mill published liy James Okiuvb wJ Uisoh...

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

Latest MbHvs'.:' ? ♦ — ? [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Tijksday. A citou'D which was forbidden to enter the Council Chamber nt the Port of Spain, Trinidad, to protest, against a Bill, stoned the windows and set lire to the Government buildings. The police tired on the mob, killing niir! wounding several. The mob dam aged tlie Police Barracks by living fhem, and Court and other priceless records were destroyed. It is supposed that a Jewish mil lionaire nnmod Gotz lias been arrested j for alleged complicity in the murder 1 in April last of the Russian Minister } of the Interior. j The revolutionists lmve captured \ the capital of Santo Domingo. Many 5 persons were killed and others .wound ed in the streets. LONDON, Wkdnksday. } The Governor of Ceylon- has been authorised to convene a Court-martial to try Sir Hector Macdonald for an alleged serious offence unpunishable by 'lie Ceylon laws. General Mac s donald consulted Lord Roberts, -who ' advised him to return and meet the charges. . ? . ,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

A.J.C. Autiuitii Meeting. The following horses remain in the Doucastor Handicap and Sydney Cup ? Doncastku Handicap, one mile. — Sir Leonard 9-10, Purser 8-12, Air Motor 8-11, Patronage 8-10, Pendant 8-8, The Idler 8-7, Vanity Fair 8-0,. Silver Ray 8-5, Postillion 8-5, Reviver 8-2, Deben ture 8-0, Contest 8-0, Warrior II 7-11, Simile 7-10, Acrasia 7-10, Iioso Petal 7-7, Skein Dhu 7-7, Argentum 7-7, Nymagoe 7-4. Ambulance 7-4. Australia 7-4. Kai Viti7-4, Idolise 7*3, Tam-o'-Shanter 7-2 Gratia 7-1, Miltior 7 0, Fungus 7-0, Mi lium 7-(J Marvel Loch 7-0 Eulowrie 0-10, Ossian 0-10, Ban Ceoutha 0-9, Fireclay 6-8, Euston (5-7. Sydney Cur, two miles — Tho Victory 9-0, Cyanide 9-0, Sir Leonard 9-0, Abun dance 9-0, Groat Scot 8-12, Australian 8-4, Patronage 8-4, lialfour 8-2, Postil lion 8-2, Vanity Fair 8-2, Patronus 8-0, Air Motor 7-11, Reviver 7-9, Simile (imp.) 7-0, Acracia 7-5, Inkstand 7-5, Vocalist 7-5, YVarrior II. 7-4, Fairy Prince 7-0, Street Arab 0-12, Australia 0-11, Gratia 0-1.1,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST., BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 March 1903

T1IE WElTIIElt. , MR. WltAGGE'S FORECAST., .i BRISBANE, Thursday? ; N kw Soutji 'VV ALUS. — Cloudy to showery in the nortli-enst, mostly fine otherwise : cool throughout, with .moderate seas ; probably unsettled, with more rain iii the north-east with in the week. ' J

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

Fred. J. Board, A. I. A., n A rr»l-iif.^r»t. Woodlark-Street, Lismore. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects.' Flans and Specifications on Seasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stiroess' Hotel.

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

Wcdkly Calendar. /^ MARCH and 'APRIL. ?; ?, 7 ? JS -i' . , S I ? II. WATER V-Ste i'l 'I' s ~ ' ' 3. & \ °s a W «3. — ? — . \S;B -g. -,§?- I-' ???%': '§ ' ' MorJAft. ^ . J; ? ~ II. M.lll. M. III. M. A.M. P. M.lll. M. II. M 27 F 12 I B' 215 58 4.13 4 3G 720 739 28 S 12 0 6 3 5 57 o 9 oil 7 56 813 '211 « 12 0 0 3 5 56 . 6 9 5 48 8 27 8 41 30 Mr. II 50 0 „ 45, 54 7 8 .625 859 917 ?31'iT ' 1 1 59 6 - 5 5 . 53 S 10 7 »| 9 39 10 0 i 1W 1159 6 65 52 9 12 7 501024 1047 2 Th 11 3816 7)5 50 10 15 8 39 11 12 1 1 37 , ? , i Phases of the Moox. ? New Moon, March 29, 11.26 a.m. .

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

The liiqtior Traffic. The publicans .and the drink traffic have exercised a very big influence in Australian politics, aud at present in England the Government there is ex periencing unpleasant consequeuces as a result of recent legislation. calculated to prevent people from drinking to ex cess and making beasts ot' themselves. This is in consequence of publicaus be ing lined heavily for supplying drunks en individuals with more liquor. On the other hand, a movement towards temperance as onnoserl to tpptohili«m is making headway, aud promises to in time effect what is to be so much de sired. A couple of years ago Earl Grey and.ihe Bishop of Chester formed an organisation to establish in every county and in every large town a local company to acquire property and Hie management of public houses, to be conducted 011 lilies to discourage the use of alcohol to excess, and after pay ment of all expenses the profits to be handed over to trustees for public pur poses, such funds to be ' he...

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

N.S.W. Finani;hs. — Tlio ' Daily Mail,' London, states that tlio woaknosB of tlio Now South Wales issues of stock is due to tlio fear that tho Government is mooting the interest on loans out of the recent issue of Treasury Hills. Mr. Verumi, deputy Auditor-General, Mr. Boyco, 'Chief Accountant, mid Mr. J. Kirk patriok, Under-Secretary to the Treasury, give a most unqualified denial to tlio statement that' interest payable on New South Wales loans lias been for tho past twelve years paid out of Stato loan funds. The intorest has always been charged to and paid from tho con solidated revenue. Tlio l'reniior ou Tuesday said that, inspito of the calumny and misrepresentation of our critics in England and tho harm douo l-y calamity howlers in our midst, our recent loans had Been extremely BUCoeaBful.

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

For some time pnst the caso of u female resident of Narrabri hue been under tlio attention of Dr. De Lopor vancho, local Government medical ofiicer, who has pronounced it a true caso of leprosy. Tho unfortunate woman, accompanied by her husband, left by tho train on Sunday night for Little Day Hospital. ; x Advertisements. WANTED— A GOOD GUN URAL SERVAN T— also. FEMALE COOK. Apply Mrs. STAVE RT, Com monwealtli Hotel, Casino. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE SOCIETY Of AUSTRALASIA. The Usual Fortnightly Mooting of tlio Star of Casino Lodge will he hold in tlie Masonic Hall, on TUESDAY NIGHT, tho 31st MARCH. GEO. ANDREWS, . ; Secretary. ? - 0 ' ^ j ? o E All Persons -.found ? TRESPASSING, SHOOTING, 'or othbrwiso, on 'Sandilaiids, will bo PROSECUTED, : ;;,C. Al. BRUXNER. ',;v' r .Sandilands. U B- L T C; : N 0 T I, C- E; Tlio uwiorsignod bo' to notify that; tlioy intend Oponing at an Early I)atc, a Hair dressing. Tobacconists ?Kuncy.'Goods,. :«nd Men's Clothing establishment 'at Kyogle.' Fuller part...

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

IN MEMORIAM.             FORBES. — In loving remcmbrancs of my dear husband, who died March 10th, 1902. Precious darling, he has left us — Left us, yes for evermore ; But wo hope to meet our loved one On that bright and happy shore. Lonely the house, and sad tho hours Since' my dear has gone ; But 0I1 ! a brighter Home than ours In Heaven is now his own. Inserted by his loving wife, Jane Haze- ling Forbes. The Richmond River Express AND   TWEED ADVERTISER                         Casino, Friday, March 27, 1903.  

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 — 31 March 1903

Advertisements. TTTANTHD— A GOOD GliXKRAL VV S K H V A N T— also, . FEMALE COOK. Apply Mrs.. STA VERT, Com monwealth; Hotel, Casino. : ;_ WANTED —Apprentices to DRESS MAKING,, at once. Apply' Mrs. SEDGWICK, Contro-'street, Casino. TO LET— A 'COTTAGE, 7 rooms, well .-situated iii Centre-street, South Casino. Apply T.- G. LEE, on Premises. jyj-ETITODIST CHURCH. KYOGLE. TENDERS are invited for the Erection and Completion of a new METHODIST CHURCll.at Kyogle. Plan and specifica tions. 'inayVbecn ' seeii: tlie Methodic I'arsonageJ Casino. C. McC. BARKER. Q^EENRIDUE ANNUAL PICNIC. ? . A .MEETING of tho'ResidcntsOf Green ridgo wiltbe held in Mr. Seheiler's Hall, on FRIDAY, - 3rd APRIL, at 7.30, to make final arrangements iu ? connection witli the Grcenridge Picnic. Ladies cordially in vited to atttond. ' W. B. COWAN, .Hon. Secretary. jyj O 1) EBJi , ~ ,-DENHSTRY. ; MR. G. M. WADE, Dentist, will visit CORAKI oil THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, and' niay'bo .consullod at MRS. MOUliS' Coniniercial Hotel...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Brilliant Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

A SEriliinut Suggestion. It has rested with the Melbourne unemployed to coine forward with a .blight uicfi. Interviewing Sir Ed I miind Barton, on Thursday, they oilMially suggested that the State Pai liiiineuts should lie abolished, nnd the money go lo supporting some of i the unemployed. It may seem, just iiwiirhr, rainer a cool proposition, nut it :ls- one we beg enthusiastically to support. Probably it. will also find favour in the eyes of all other citizens. Australia is over-rnn with politicians, aud the immediate blotting out of half a dozen Parliaments should prove of immense relief to tho country, and might- even break up the drought. Indeed, it seems a pity to stop nt the State Parliaments. We might as well go through with the work, and 'abolish the Federal Parliament also. 'They never would be missed,' as the gentle man said in the song. The country could then be governed by commis sioners, and would probably, be gov erned at least as well as it is now. It remains lo be s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

OHitiinl roi'i'f.sjuiiiili'acc. ' T UK {allowing aildressbd to Mr. T. T. Kwinjr, M.H.K , have. boon sont to us for publication : — ' Postmaster-General's ? Dopartrflent, Molbonrno, 21st March, .lOOIJ. Sir,— With reforo.nco to thiS- representations mado to 'tlio Postmnster-Gonoral at Casino in January last, on the subject of establishing a mail servioo between n. ? ? ? in ? 1. kt'c? r i ? ' uasiiiu aim iTSiimut ± mivu the honour, by direction, to inform you that enquiries liavo. bnon -mado, and I. forward herewith for your information cop3' of a roport which lias beon received through tlio Acting Deputy Postmastor General, Sydney, in regard to tho matter. The recommendation made in .the roport has boon approved, anil action is boing taken according!}'. — I have the. honour, etc., Robt. T. Scott,- .Secretary.'; . ; Copy of report re . desirod establish-.1 ment of a mail- service, between - Casino^ and 'G'undiirimba,* New- South Wales.—-. .A 'service' from (jasin*6'to GijudurinibSv was...

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Shipping Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

Khiiiiiiiig Tclcgrnms. Thk following letter wasa-ead at the meeting of the Lismore Chamber of Commerce on Thursday evening: — l' Postmaster-General's Departni®:it, ? Melbourne, 11 th March, 1903. ^ Sir,— With reference to thedeputatibn which waited nnon the Postmaster-General at. Lismore recently, when it was urged that the terminal - telegraph stations, on the Richmond River be. given notico' by telegraph or telephone of the 'movements of vessels on the river, I liavo the honour, by. direction, to inform .you that the Acting Deputy Postmaster-General, Sydney, to whom the matter was referred, reports that the. information already supplied is., iu his opinion, ample, and t'mt he cannot recommend any additional particulars as 'to the- movements . of the steamers being given. Copy of a statement snowing i tie iiiiormaiion now suppueu is appended hereto. — I have, etc., Rout. T. Scott, Secretary. The President, Chamber of Commerce, Lismore,' New South Wales.' Copy of statement re supply...

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Disturbance at Wyalong. LIVELY TIMES AT DR. DILL-MACKY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

* Disturbance at Wyaloag. MVKIjY TI.MKS AT I)!!. DIM.-MAOKV's SlEKTIXli. TiUiRSDAYlast was a veritable ' Black Thursday ' at Wyalong, nnd will bo long remembered by residents of the town. In tho morning a destructive .lire resulted in the best portion of . the town being reduced to a heap of ruins, and at night a disgraceful. disturbance occurred iii connection with a lecture lo Protestants delivered by the Rev. Dr. Dill-Macky. By eight o'clock (lie Excelsior Hall contained some 700 men, women,'' and children (admitted by ticket) to hear the lecturer in de fence of the aims of the Protestant Defence Association. Alderman Fred. Neeld (acting Mayor) occupied' the chair, and seated 011 the platform were members of -a large and influential, committee. The lecturer had just concluded his opening remarks, and was proceeding to animadvert on the action of Cardinal Morau in connection with the John Williams affair, when the large audience, already packed to overflowing, was (brown into a st...

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