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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

SYDNKY MARKET I'RICIM.. Followinu aro the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney : — Wheat : South Australian, choice milling. 5t lid f.o.l). fiirt Adelaide; 0 iliforniiin, on 8potin Sydney, to 5s 4d ; Manitoli.i, os 0:1 to on D.Jil ; Argentine, to 4s per bushel. flour : hyduoy roller, to £12 10s per ton ; ordinary graded, £1'2 to £l'2 iin; Manitoba, oil spot in Sydney. £13 10s; to arrive shortly, i.l.{ 10s to t'l.'j 5s. Muizi' : l'riuic river, yellow, os ; white, new, 4s lOd per bushel. Hiu.ii, to Is 2d pur bushel, l'ollard, to Is Gd per bushel. Chiekwheat : Local, 5a 5d to os 8d per bushel. Barley : I'ri'iio feed, to 4s 3-1 per bushel. Oats: lasiiianiiiii, feed, to 2 a 8d; prime, 2-i l)d to 2s 10.1 ; NewZuuland. prime, 2s lOd to.li; good, to ''s llil ; infurinr and dark, from 2i bd ; olriiou seed, lis Ud per bushel. . . - Oaten Hay : Local, prime, £0 IDs to £7 ; medium, lb 5a ; Victorian, prime manger, £7 to £7 Os ; derrick, Jtti; Hunter River, £3 to £-1 per ton. Lucerne Ha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A British General Saicides. THE END OF HECTOR MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

A Itritish General Suicides. THE KJJD OF IIHCTOR MACDONAM). It was reported in oni last issue that Major-General Sir Hector Mac donald, commanding the forces iu Ceylon, was to be tried by court martial at Ceylon for alleged serious offences which it was. said could not. be dealt with under the Ceylon laws. It therefore follows that the offences were of a military nature. It would appear that the' charges were laid some time ago, aud it was arranged in Cey lon that, pending the court-martial, General Macdonald would not resume command of the forces. The Governor (Sir Joseph West-Ridge way) referred in the Legislative Council to the very grave charges which had been made, and expressed the hope that a searching court-martial would secure a complete and honourable acquittal. Sir Joseph West-Ridgeway added that it was with his concurrence that General Mac donald had gone to England to consult his friends and superiors. What the charges are is not stated in the cablegram. O11 Friday morn...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Produce Market. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

The Produce Market. [By Teleukai'ii.I SYDNEY, Monday. Butter is dull of sale, a feeling existing amongst a number of agents that the present miIuls are too high. Competition being invited from Melbourne, large stocks from that source were received during the day, . aud can .be lauded in Sydney at llAd to 12il per lb. Some agents have transacted busi ne»3 subject to ,to morrow's prices; Maize : Prime river, yellow, 4- lOd to : 5s per bushel ; white maize, 4s Od to 4s lOd. iiggs.: Noithern riveis, JGd per dozen.

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Latest News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

.Latest News. , . . — +... — [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Sunday. Admirat, Dbwbv, in nil .interview with representatives of tlie American Press, declared tlmi the United Slates Navy was tlio greatest', in the world. He said the efficiency of the Gerniau Navy was greatly over-estimated, and the men conld not. compare with Americans in education and intelli gence. The American manoeuvres in the Carribean Sea were the greatest object lesson tho world had ever seen, and especially an object lesson to the Kaiser. The Irish Land Bill sweeps away all arrears of rent, except for the 5rear preceding the passing of the Act. 'Latbk. A Cleveland machine gun, firing 800 one-pound projectiles per minute, has been tested at New York. Tho (Joni ni.inder-in-Chief.of the United States forces declares that the weapon is Hie most wonderful and deadly machine gun in existence. . Five hundred workmen of t.lie State Ironworks at Ufa, Russia, have struck' work. The Governor was mobbed.; The rioters stormed tlie...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Rival Cable Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

The ISiral Cable Services. Tni': Prime Minister has replied to the protest made by the Canadian Government against the Federal Minis try en tering into a 10 years' agreement with the Eastern Extension Company, Sir E. Barton suggested to Sir Wil frid Laurier that perhaps the Canadian Government, had not looked at the proposed agreement, from any but a local point of view, and he iudicated that i ho Commonwealth Cabinet re mains of the opinion that it would be in the interest of the Pacific cable for the Government to buy out the com pany's interminable rights by enter ing into a federal agreement for a short period. It is understood that the Prime - Minister will sign the new tentative contract to-morrow, so that it may be sent to London to be signed there 011 behalf of the company. It has bei ii asserted that there is nothing in the agreement to prevent the com pany cutting rates aud offering secret iv bates to customers in order to keep business from the Pacific cable. The Prime Mi...

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 — 31 March 1903

BRISBANE MARKET PRICKS. Following were the wholesale pi ices in Bnsbuiie on Friday : — Maize: Prime, 4- lOAd per bushel. Bran, £b 15s per ton ; pollard, £8 10.*. Ch iff : Oaten, prime, £0 10s per ton. Potatoes: Victorian, £3 10s per ton; ; .Circular Head, £4 15s. Hams : Pineapple, Is to Is Id ; Mild Cure, - . - Is per lb. Bacon : Pineapple, fliLches and sides, 12d ; Mild Cure, Hitches, 1 2d, and sides 14d per lb. Butter: Loud, faetory, to 14d per lb; 6outln.ui, to 14d. CIilcoc : Local, T.Jd to Sd per lb. . - ? ? ^ ? — ??? FatCatti.k.— AtHomebush.onThursday last, tlieie were upwards . of S10 head of .? cattle yarded, representing'.- 30 consignors, / (,h-eU) from the northern districts, one draft of 149 head from Queensland, the balance from the south, with odd drafts from the Mr't. The yai dings comprised all qualities, . nnd included a good representation of prime ? weighty bullocks, prime medium aud light weight bullocks none ton plentiful; about 200 cows aud heifers, mainly medium...

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The Irish Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

The Irisli L-uim1 Itill, On the 25th March, the Right Hon. G. Wyndham. Chief Secretary for Ire land, introduced the new Irish Land Bill in the House of Commons. The Bill provides for a free grant by the Imperial Government of. £12,000.0(10 in Connection with the sale of the estates of landowners in Ireland to the tenants. Iu introducing the Irish Land Dill ?in the House of Coriirnons, Mr. Giidi'ge Wyndhrim occupied an hour and a half iu uu folding the bold aud compli cated scheme embodied in the bill, which is to beconic operative oil the 1st November next. He .stated that the measure was intended to eliminate the cause.s of discontent in Ireland, arrest the decay of agriculture, and stop emigration, - by enabling the tenants to buy their holcliugs, pay ing less for the purchase than the amount of their present rents. The gradual purchase of tenants' hold ings from the landlords would be financed by the Treasury to the extent of £100,000,000, which would be raised in small yearly lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

For Si'kain.s, Swellings and Lameness ' there is no better liniment than Chamber Iain's Pain Halm Thousands can testify to the merit of this remedy. One application gives relief. Try it. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it. * On the conclusion of tho business of ? the Moss Vale Police Court on Tuesday, a presentation was made to Mr. \V. S. ' Caswell, police magistrate, who is about to rotire after a service of 54 years. Letters found on the body of Sir Hector Macdonald wero signed by prominent residents of Ceylon. The ' writers express sincere sympathy with tho General.

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

Kalliua. A meeting of tho Ballina Hospil d ComWttee' was held - on Wednesday night, (says the ' Beacon'), for tlio pur pose of considering applications for tlio position of Matron of tho institution, rendered vacant by the resignation of Miss Munro. Somo ton applications wero received, and most of the candi dates wero highly qualified, making tho selection a rather difficult one, but ulti mately the choice narrowed down to two, viz., Miss A. B. Keith, lato senior nurse in Launceston Hospital, and Nurso Nelson, of the Coast Hospital, Littlo ?Bay, Sydney. A ballot resulted in favour of N urse Keith, by seven votos to throe. The new Matron is expoctud to tako charge in about a fortnight's time In the non-competitive section at tho recent I3angalow Show, an exhibit that attracted much attention was a croiun cooler for private separators, tho inven tion of Mr. Charles Cannon, ofTyagarali, which he has just patented. It consists of a barrel, which is filled with colli water. Tho croam run...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

J^ENTISTRY ! jffi^DENTISTKY ! I If. G. MORLEY WADE, im.vi'isT, : : LATK OF SYDNEY, : : Bogs to inform tho residents of Casino and district that he continues tho practice of! his Profession at his old address, Baiikkr Street, Casino, Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, where he may bo consulted daily. Extractions rendered absolutely painless by tho aid of Nitrous-Oxide (5as, Chloro form, or by the most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, and Ccnicut, inserted with tlio 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 ro-niodolled, and made to fit ' tlio mouth better than ever. Also, the most modern style of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work, and Pivoting of Tooth on Natural Roots. Tcoth Sealed and Polished, aud greatest attention paid to tlio Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may roly on receiving every attention, combined...

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

? : — — fciismore. j.. A lad about 13 years of age, son of Mr. Jas, Smith, of Boggiinbil, met with a very severe accident on Saturday last, haying a narrow escapo of losing his lifo,1-'' Hp, .and a brother' a 'littlo 'older, wero carting home some greenstuff, and had. got on top of the load for a ride. On reaching a sideling the cart capsized, pinning both lads under it and leaving t.li m lini-no hal.,l.»c TI.O ril/li.,. 1...1 „.:n. some difficulty extricated himself, and ran to Mr. Somervillo's for assistance. By tho time help camo. the boy was un conscious, and having beon thrown alongside soino burning logs ono of his legs was boing roastod by the fire. He was quickly reloiisod, and was brought back to consciousness after somo timo, when it was fouud tho burning of tho log was severe. Medical assistance was obtained, -and ho now is making as good progress as can be expected. fL'ho logs which were burning had kept the weight of the cart off him, otherwise ho would have beou smothe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

B OLARKS'S PILLS aro warranted to cure, in either sex, all arquin-d or ei-iii-itiitii-mil Discharges from the Urinary Or^aim, Gravel, and Pn'n-j in the back. Free from Mercury. Estab lished upwards of 30 years. In b'lxes ?la Gd each, of ail Chemists and Paler.t Medicine Vendors throughout the World. 'Proprietors : Thk Lincoln and Midland Col'Ntiks Dki'o Company, Lincoln England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

Tiib nohtii coast steam navi OATION COMPANY, Limite* ;;: -V BO X B-BS .15 SS ? Passenger and. Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER ami SYDNEY. ?? V V'V,V..; ? ? ? irjiHE fast. and powerful ?? ? scrc,v Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEO MS Are now running a Tri -weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, TUUIvS DAY, and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAKI on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer- UAMOIiNlE nmv making regular weekly trips has a refri gerating chamber equal !o UO tuns capacity, is lighted - throughout with electricity, vfintilatiiig-fnns in the Saloon, and all nmrtlern improvements. Tun -J, «AKH..A8B- Will make Weekly Trips to the Hichmoud River, calling at Newcastle coining -N»v-h, Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tnniki, St.' George, or Rumorine by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lisr inure, where Saloon plans may lie seen. It isspeeially requestod that all com munications regarding Shorts or -Missing Cargo be directed to th...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. II. If. ttrnrm (lfTl.-c MtimhlV. Kobliuwi.vo arc Ilia quotation:* fur f.inn ami produce rulnijf hi Uuliio to-iluy | Wllill.KriAIiK. Kp.taii-. £, h n e H o Miiizc, ]icr limliul .. 0 5 0 0 5 0 ClinlF, pcrun't.. .. u 8 0 0 9 0 llily, uuten, pur toll .. 0 0 U 9 10 0 Oats, per ljusliul . . o i 0 0 5 0 EjfSS, l,ur tlufii ..0X0 012 Butter, local factory.. Oil 0 1 3 Uuttor, dairy .. ..00 10 010-

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

!. WMNICaSAL. NEWS. ' Dread of a surgical operation has diiven Mr. W. E. Oiraud, an E'sfc Suffolk in apector of weights and measures, to com mit suicide by cutting his throat. Two Lancastrians have just celebrated the diamond jubilee of their wedding. Both are 84 years old, and while tho olcl nian can look after his garden, his wife still keeps house. ' Set upon by three men near his rectory, .Tnltn TTimh /if T.ifi.li* Dunham. Norfolk-, wli - is 'repufci'd to be ft light weight hoxer and very jiowerful, succeed ed in making them cry, 'Enough, gov-' ernor, enough.' An English syndicate is trying to ob-. tain a 'monopoly (,f the trade in currants in Greece. Public opinion in Athens is generally favourable to the acceptance of the offer 111r.de being accepted by the Govern incut'. Cava Notion's Liver Tonic never faijs tc cfve relief iii all liver and kidney complaints.. For s do at nil stores.* -? Unlir?^ the new insurance at Lloyd's ' against. .appendicitis, the first claim for . , £2...

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Constitution Reform in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

Constitution Inform in tic* t toria. Tin: Victorian Legislative Assembly met shortly before five 011 Wednesday aud. adjourned immediately, owing to the conference which sat in private. The sittings of the Assembly were re sumed at nine. Tho Premier announced that the conference had practically concluded. It had been referred to a subcommit tee to decide how the proportion of railway servants should he maintained in representation. Now that women's suffrage had been abandoned it was ascertained that the total number of persons entitled to be placed on the roll was i-5i)7,000, or after subtracting the 15.000 railway and public ser vants 292,000. Railway servants in permanent employment totalled 9509, and excluding females, and those under age, there were 897t- entitled lo vote. The managers consequently decided there must be two representatives for the railway servants. There were a litfle over 5130 public servants en titled to vote. It wonld not be just to give them an additional mem...

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

Coraki. At a moeting'of the Woodburn School of Arts Committee held on Tuesday evoning last (says Friday's '? R. 11 Herald' ), tho tender of Mr. H. Tnlk, of Lismore, was aecopted for the erection of the now School of Arts Hali, for the sum of £453. The committee fool confident that with tho warm support of overy member of the community, and tho Gov ernment subsidy, that tho hall can ? be opened froo of debt. Tho building is to be litiuuuu uvei uy uiie uonoi.iuiui uwiupioto in overy respect, and should be a credit to the district, which has steadily sup ported the project since its inception 12 months ago. Ample provision has been made for reading rooms aud library, which will bo furnished, ventilated, and lighted on a modern scalo. The com mittee are deserving of every praise for carrying tho matter to such a successful issue. The Coraki office of tho North Coast S.N., Co. has boon removed from the old sito in Bridge-street to tho eastern end of the Government shed. This will :bo muc...

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

Political I?Bc«l-Slers. A i{ATH(5u curious coil has arisen with respect to tho appointment of Lieutenant-Colonel G. Lee, D.S.O., to the command of the Mounted Brigade at tho Easter Encampment of- the Victorian troops. The Prime Minister has, it is said, iniimafed his iuteiifion of makinir himself ' closely acquainted Willi all the circumstances of the case.' Then, as if this were not enough, it is understood that ono of the Victoriau members of the Cabinet ' desires fur ther information before agreeing to Lieutenant - Colonel Lee's appoint ment.' This sort of political interfer ence with his department must be ex ceedingly pleasant, to the Commander in-Chief ; It was fondly imagined that when he took charge he would prove not only strong 'enough, but willing enough, to resent all such hole ' and-corner pulling of underground military wires by absolutely irrespon sible and incompetent persons. It only requires now that the Premier nnd his other interfering colleague should quash the ...

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News of the District, Wyandah. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

News of the District, 'Wyjn'iilali. (ntO.M OUIt COlilSESl'ONDBNT). Maucii 27. — A send-off was given to Messrs. P. and S. Hadlow and G. Loll back on Wednesday night last, when there was a largo attondanco of friends at a social and danco. Mr. L Ellom and sons provided excellent music, ' Labe,' as evoryono knows, being quite at homo with the violin ; and Mr. W. Lollback made a good M.C. I ho spreau at midnight was tasty afid was much appreciated, after which tho numerous merry couples present rattled tlio cedar till daylight, and enjoyod themselves im mensely. During the evoning Mr. W. Lollback explained that as the Messrs. Hadlow wero leaving tho district it had beon considered desirable not to let such good fellows depart without showing somo ap preciation of their many excellent quali ties and capabilities as residents aud noighbours. ? On behalf of those as sembled he wished bothgontlemen happi ness and good luck wherever they went, a sontinieut which was heartily ondorsed by thr...

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Molybdenite at Glen Innes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 31 March 1903

}ioI}-)(lcnitc at. ChIcii Iiiiics. Thk Kingsgate molybdenite mine at Glen Lines was discovered about 18 months ago by Mr. Sachs, a German, who was told the metal was of 110 com mercial value. Since then, however, it has been inquired for by steel manu facturers in Germany as the 'best hardening metal to be used 111 steel. Mr. Sachs made arrangements with the manufacturers in Germany, and has despatched somo three tons per month ot this metal, the market value of which is £200 per ton. The Kings gate mine was admitted by expert.' European metal papers to be the largest of its kind in the world. At King.-gate the metal, which resembled tea-lead iu appearance, receives very little treatment, being practically quarried out, picked up, and bagged. The supply, to present appearances, is inexhaustible, and twelve men are kept constantly at. work.

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