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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

? ; - ^ . Advertisements. TTT ANTED— Apprentices to DRESS ; -iVV; MAKING, at onco. Apply- Mus. SEDGWICK, Centre-street, Casino. . ' -T^rALRER'S RICHMOND & TWEED YV DIRECTORY- ALMANAC. .« ? i. - PRICE Is, at all Booksellers, and News Agents, and post free for , l.s 8-l from the publisher; ' ? ? : . . , ,. J. P, F. WALKER, ? Crnaado Printing Oihce, Lismore. jSj...-,.Q : I' C K ; I intend; holding a large Auction . Side nf Dairy and - Store Cattle on SATURDAY, 23th APRIL; Persons having Cattle for sale on that dato are requested to send mo particulars' early.'- J. B. M'DOUGALL, . jAtujtioneer, Casino. rpl'IE SALVATION A RM Y Th© S . M . BIORAMA COMPANY. SCHOOL OF ARTS, CASINO. AB'UEL. lOth. Bioscopic Films, 6000 feet, Illustrated Songs andJStories, Quartette Party. In strumental aiid Orchestral Selections, Mandoline Band, &o., &c. Latest Anglo Amorican Bioscope and Compound Lan tern used ut all exhibitions. Meeting starts 8 p. hi. sharp ; Tickets— Front Seat, 2s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Affairs in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Afl'aii's iu France. French affai's are not running ;? . smoothly (writes a correspondent.). T»L; Combes continues to worry the ? clericals by his irritating adtninistra tion of the Congregations Bill. M. Pelletan, the head of the navy, has aggravated Italy by his bombastic and threatening speeches, and disappointed the anglophobes because he reduced the money to be expended on the navy. There is something like confu sion and dismay in all admiralty circles. General Andre, nt the head of the ? ? army, is a strong man, but lie, bas.beeii doing some eccentric and vexatious tilings. He has disgraced a brigadier . r and three colonels because their ladies took part in a clerical bazaar. He r, has retired Generaj Tonrnie because ' an enquiry into the merits of a politi cal squabble between two officers had resulted in the censure of one who had exhibited Bepublican sympathies. He has also issued a general,' order direct ing the rank and file to- address their superiors ' in a familiar an...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

CASINO MVNICIPAL COUNCIL. I The usual meeting of the Casino Municipal Council was he'd in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last, there being present.: — The Mayor (Aid. L. 10. Cope), and Aldermen Page, Balzer, Parker, Frost, Franoy, llayner, Stitz, and Simpson. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Aid. Balzer, seconded by Aid. Franey. correspondence. The correspondence was read, re ceived, and ordered to be dealt with on the motion of Aid. Simpson, seconded by Aid. Balzer, and was as follows : — From Mr. W. M. Coward, with reference to gas works, stating that he was willing to supply plans, etc., and supervise the work, also enclosing testimonials as reference. From Dr. Rutherford, re typhoid fever. From Attorney-General's Depart ment, to Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., ac knowledging letter with reference to the establishment of a Circuit Court at Lismore. From Public Works Department, to Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., acknowledging letter re non-starting .oft ,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest News. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Jjatest ^JSTbavs. 1 , , [BY 'TELEGRA'PH.] ' ' LONDON.. Tuesday. . During a scene, iu tho;House of (!om .jmons, Mtv Brodriuk.rebulied the : fourth party for its unsdbinly/levity 'and criti cism in the army 'vote debatci; ' ' ' ' ! Mr.: Cecil (s'bn.of L'ord; Salisbury), ac 'cnsed' the' Secretiirv' for War of starving. tho i artilloryi vote, - .in Orderf to;, spend moiiey or. tho Army: Corps. ? v Qwing to a.brawi at the - Pretoria bar racks, a, corporal, of tho Loitistor Regi ment was orderod to the: guard room. Twenty-two of his comrades, soizing their rifles, attempted- a rescue, and fired on; a party- ordered.' to . arrest ?them.' Eighteen of. tho iiirresting party ? were wounded. r : Admiral '.Dowoy, at New York/ said Amoricnns ought to give preat J Britain ? .more . credit ? for . real ' 'friendship. . .. He considered that i Great ? Britain' was the -best, and sfifest. friend of; the United ?StateSjitind her largest customer; : ; LONDON, Wednesday. . j Tho Oxford and Cambridge Un...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Wragge's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Mr. Writggc's Trembles. I Mr. Qlkmf.nt WiiAodE, tlio meteor ologist, who from time to time gives -warning-- of weirdly-named storm*, ?winch will sweep down upon Australia, recited to Sir John See on Friday the * story of an impending legal storm ?wlncn, without proper precautious, threatened to eugulf liiin and his be longings. A. deputation of representative citi zens, introduced by Mr. John Hurley, M.L.A., in the unavoidable absence of the leader of the Opposition, accom panied by AIv. Wragge, aud testified to the excellence of the work done for Aristraliaii maritime, pastoral, and other interests by Mr. Wragge at the Kosciusko Meteorological Station. Mr. Hurley pointed out that he had been informed there wns a sum of £432 2s lUd due as liabilities in connection with the station, and unless the Go vernment liquidated the amount, Mr. Wragge would be sued. Mi*. Wragge said he came to the Government because he had not the means to pay. He had but £1000 a year from the Queensland Gove...

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 — 3 April 1903

Examine Iht Labels Unciiualltil Inr Jinlii» on every roll - ft. O CuM8»W** sa~ 1? & 5 - ? '3 Ek,„ SOIIsOING PAPER -ass IWiildinj; Paper. Normal TrimM-rahm* Waterproof, gas and vermin proof. K. U1CU and CO., l/IO., SYDNKY.' Titll partlnilart from tbe Sole AjjtnM— : . V E. RICH & CO., Ltd.; 'V : . - ' ? SYDNEY, . ' ' ? V- .'J ' r _ N.S.W. P and B Paint ia a mineral The olli.nsive rvlonr dionnwan ? in liquid form. Q* JSi E5 when dry. liMvii,.. Its colour is » WK# Ba9 mi mliiinait.. Black. ? ? lmiuriiiiii 'S PRESERVATIVE wc,tJntw^ used for it lircsenation B3 A [ T , , . - ParM(''l.irh' of all t«ervi»'e* where I ? tiw 8 a v.v'uilile in o--»! indestructibility is required. E. 1UCH and CO., LTD., SYDNEY! Who is Bob Brunton? WHY I TTTTi KTEJEI'S -A- SHOP IN WALKER STREET, CASINO (Opposite the Town Hall), WHERE he Sella Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes of every good brand ; Pipes, plain and silver mounted ; Fancy Goods of every description ; Electroplated Ware n speciality ; L...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] HOMEBUSH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Yesterdays-Fat Stock Sales [By Special Telegram.] HoiVKliysTr'i'Thursday Night. At the fat stouk sales, to-day, 1013 cattle wero yarded, and the market ad vanced in price. Prime bullocks brought' £12, extra £12 . 10s to lil4, 12.1 6d,-good to £10 2s 6d, medium to £7 5s ; others to £0 2s. Cows brought from £5 to £8 10 a. Fresh beef is worth 30s per lOOlbs. Wanted Known— That Mrs. Maher, having purchased tho Goodwill, Plant, and business lately carried on by Mrs. J. Newman, iu Crouch's buildings, BiU'kur street, hopes by keeping th(?.viiry hilsWif.., goods, atvd with oivili'ty and utlotitidn, to retain nnd increase the connection,*

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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How to Ward Off a Bilious Attack. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

How to Waril OH' a Bilious Attach. With most people who are subject to biliuus attacks, headache is the lir»t indica tion of the ilisnuse, and if Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets are taken at once, and little fund utid no meat eaten for a day or two, the utt.ick limy in most c.ises bo warded off. 'Just What You Need.' Only 1/ti. Sold by A. C. Simpson, Casino.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IX. THE CALOOLA ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Australian Bashranging. the early days. [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER. IX. THE CALOOLA ROBBERS. The prisoners' were ngnin brouglit np wlieii'the period of remand bad ex pired, tiie charge preferred against them being that of attempting to murder Henry Stephens. The latter bad at this time recovered sufficiently tn eivo evidence against tliem. He \ deposed to the truth of the statements ' i1L. l,ad previously made in the case, j nnd, positively ' identifying all the i prisoners, stated that A.lexandei 'Ross 3 was the man by whom ho was shot. I The witness further stated that, when ] lie was shot he fell to the floor insen \ sible, and when he came to himself he - wis nearly choked with a quantity of ] clotted blood in the throat, and while 1 nulling the blood from his mouth to j prevent suffocation, one of the pri I sorters rifled his pockets on one side Z nnd then roughly turned him over on the floor to seaicli the other pockets. - j Then Dr. Mncliattie gave evidence, i as follows : —...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

CRICKET. Lord IIawke s Team v. South Australia This match .'was concluded 'On'Wedne.s- day, and was won by South Australia by 98 runs, due to the splendid bowling of Hay ..for the hometqain.-v Scores .South Australia,,.. i, . .?- . First. Innings. ... . . , Hack, c Taylor, b Thompson ? ? 3 Evans, b Thompson;........-, ? ? 15 Reedman, 'b Thoini)soii...;.i-:. 18 Gt'hrs, c. Fane, b Bosanquet.'...: ? ? ? '6 ?Hill, li Thonipson.'-. ... ... ... 58 (Jiaxton, i) inompson ? .; ? ? oo Jennings', b Thompson......... ? 52 I 'Giffen.r , b.^honjps'in.. v.. f«v. '-^M. ,'b'^homp^on. .............. : .0 :H ay, lip t 'out. .: .-? . v.i. ;- .. ... ! 1 14 Tniversj' c liosanquob, .b Thompson..'/ 15 ? Sundries...- ? ? 21' ; 'Tot.il... ? 304 I ( . ; Second Innings. Evansj.,)b',Thi'mpnJtv.......i'.. .......... .1 ?Hack, b DiiwsotiA.;.'..'../..... .! ? ? ? .-..90 Hill,. st.Tay.lor, b-B(-sailqiiet;........;v, '73 Gitt'eii, b'Thompson.. ? ? ? ? 37 Reedman; b Thompson ? .41 Gehrsj run out.;... 100- Claxton,' b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Prominent Horsewoman. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

A IVoiiiincnt Horsewoman. Mijs. Poldy M'Phke, the queen of Austrian horsewomen, and' one of the most enthusiastic lovers of a horse in the world, is the widow of Dan McPhoe, the iir.st Americnn driver to practice his profession as a trotting horse driver in Austria. Since his death, his widow has earned on the business herself, campaigning her horses successfully throughout West ern Europe, in Germany, Austria, aud Russia. She is, an Austrian by birth, inherited- af large estate, and as her dead husband was li thrifty man, and left a big fortune, she is possessed of unlimited means to gratify her desire of making her stable of trotters the greatest array of campaigners that, has ever raced in foreign lands. A little over a year ago,- Mrs. McPhee married an Austrian nobleman, so that her title is now Poldy von Schlichtergroll.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Intelligence. CASINO ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Sporting Intelligence, CASINO ^ODDFELLOWS' /SPORTS. : The following- starts have been allotted for .tho Oddfellows' Handicap of £15, 125 yards, to be run- at tho sports', to bo held;oii the Show Ground, Casino, oil Easter Monday/ 13tli April':— ? ? ? ?' v;- ?? ; :? /' yds-; ' Toolioy's Ale ' scr '.Snooker'*.' ?....,, T Caddoll /v'.'.;,. ' ?VPioiiper.' ' ...*,,; ? E M 'Daly i ' P O'Connor ? „' EwiiivStavort ',, 'Dublin'... .. „ Here's Too'ce' ,, ? H N Macknoy O R Jordan Frecl Stitz ..'?Tobhoy ... ,, ? '.Stranger' ' .. ,, ' Groat Britain ? - 'Bobs' ... ' J T.l'oohey , 1 ? ' N C S N Co'... 1 J Tobliey ... '... 1 'Tim ' t:. 'S CE M'Koy' a .;: 9 ' Martin Nolan ? 10 , W Marshall ,;?...? 10\ J Moy... .10,' ' Come Again'v..' 10 , ' Snooks' ?;{?, .^.'{/liy ? 0 Sinali''^. ?, .y.'?;ll'; P'C Yager.!. r'.T.' 11 ' Oddfellow ' ...11 I'eter Poole, i /.. 12 ?J Crittendoh '-jrr.i 'Beware'.'.. 12 CJCox .;. 12. F Nelson 15 ?P H Balzer ... 12 Arthiir Coleman.' 12. J Roberts -.ilj}: .T Seullty - 12 ES.C-...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Upper Richmond Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Upper UioIiinoiMl I'rogrcgs Association. The usual meeting of the Upper Rich mond branch nf tlio Farmers and Sol tiers' Association was huld at Mr. li. Walters' on Saturday, 28th March. There were present— Messrs. R. Walters, J. Hayier S. R. Watkins, D'. M 'Queen, A. Nicol' E. Alcorn, D. Henderson, It. Nicoll, \V. S. Walters, W. J. Graham, J. Jlagnay, and W. Weary (Secretary). Tho frc-si' dent occupied the chair. (In flu, mnf.i.m . . ,f AT.. T \T ? ? seconded hy Mr. J. Hayter, tho inimues of the previous meeting woro read and continued. ' , I Moved by Mr. T.' Alcorn, seconded hy Mr. R. Nicol, nnd carried,— That tin; l iiiTcspondeiice ns read be received and dealt with. Moved by Mr. S. R. Watkins, seconded by Mr. D. Henderson, and carried, — Time .Mr. J. Hayter, ho appointed a delegate 10 represent, this Association at a meeiin^ nf tho Executive Council of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, to be held in Sydney. on the 7th April, for tho purpose of urging upon tho Government the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

ftepatic Congestion. A Deranged Liver Regulated The Case of Mr. W CLARKE ' . ? (BY A SPECIAL KErORTER.) To those .who have vainly puzzle;! their in'ellccis with una tors bpymiil their cogni .i n'iiflili'iuiKMit of under-stumling will iiciMii-: i In: fnl. owing nurnlive, which conies -from. Mr. William Clarke,- of Chal t, .MiirncUvillo : — ' I «ii(. liv in; six years ago in West Aus truliu,' Miiil Mr. Cl.i'rUe, 'andlhavo goojd reason to remember that fact, because it wiis ther'! that I broke down in health from a .complaint which I thought I would nover gut l iil of. Thinking a change might do me I went .to 'Melbourne, ami then to lnglowo'iil : but wherever I went I was bli.l ivlinj;.' 'What from?' asked our reporter. , . : *' Cong'-stion of. the liver, and I assure you I suiT'-ieil untohl agonies with it. One doctor in-.Mclbou.mc put fourteen leeches on , liiy, side to ease the pains, but the relief did not last long, anil only returned with re doubled fury. There was only one posit...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

TIIE WEAYHUK. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.. BRISBANE, Thursday. . New South Wales. — Frosh southerly winds, with clouds, in tho coast districts' and patches of rough suii, under the westorn edge of . disturbance ' Hoggins elsewhere, fiue, ;

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

CASINO ODDFELLOWS' ATHLETIC CLUB. vAJSTKTTJ-AJL. SPORTS-^ WILL BE HELD ON THE S^O'W GKOUlff lo, CASIMO — ON— Easter Monday, 13th April v 1903 OFFICIALS: Judges : Messrs. J. Gkay & W. Caiimont. Staktkr : Mr. E. Andrews. Rkfekee : Mr. T. F. Moylan. Assistast-Stahtek : Mr. J. Gkievk. PE O Gr JS/L ZjVL -El. . First Event to start at 11 a.m. sharp. „ '' RUNNING EVENTS. EASTER HANDICAP of £5 ; 100 yards. /-'Eh'st piize £3 10s, second £1, thiut 10s. ;; Nomination Is, with hut three., perfdr- imuicet- (if any), closes at 8 p.m. on SATURDAY, 1 1th APRIL. Acceptance (ls Gil) closes ou the Ground at 11 a.m. on day of Sports. YOUTHS' RACE (14 years and under), handicap ; 100 yards.. First prize 7s (id, second 'Js Od. Entrance Od. ODDFELLOWS' HANDICAP of £15: 125 yards. To be run in divisions. First prize £10, second £'2 10s, third £1 10s, fourth £1. Nomination Is, with last three performances (if any), closes at 8 p.m. on MONDAY, 30th MARCH. Acceptance ('Js Gd) closes on the Ground al 1...

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Kingston v. Reid and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Kingston v. livid iiml -„'«». The long trial of twenty-five days duration iu this case came to au end at Brisb.ano on Saturday morning, after tho jury had been detained all night. It will readily [be seen that tho suit includes features on which it might be improper to eommont just now. in view of the fact that other action may follow. But on the obvious facts tho case is interesting to the public because of the long and searching enquiry, and tho circumstance that to some extent the Customs regula tions and tho action of tho Minister for Customs, Mr. Kingston, wero as much on trial as tho defendants. It has been said that police court prosecutions under the regulations savoured of persecution, that mistakes if made were, made by im porters in good faith, that a great deal of friction complained was due to the indeliuiteness of Customs' definitions, and so on. This particular case travelled outside those lines. The jury was asked to pronounce on nineteen questions, in cluding some l...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Funeral or Hector Macdonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

Fuucral of Ilcctor Itlucrtoiiultf. Tub body of the late Sir Hector Mnc donald was taken secretly from New liavon to London on Sunday. A number of Scotsmen were much disappointed at being unable to learn of its arrival at the terminus. Tho body was conveyed quietly over London Bridge to King's Cross Station. Much indignation was expressed at Lady Mncdonald's determination to have the remains of her late husband interred quietly iu Dean's Cemetery, Edinburgh, at C on Monday morning. Representa tives of London Scottish societies in duced Lady Jeune to represent to Lady Macdonald the Scottish feeling that a national hero, such as her husband, ought to receive the last honours his people could bostow. Lady Macdonald would not listen to tho appeal, and then large numbers of Scotsmen, including Sir William Allan, M.P. (Gateshead), Mr. W. 0. Galloway, M.P. (South-west ?Manchester), and Mr. G. J. Weir, M.P. | (Ross and Cromarty), and some ladies, filed past tho open doors of tho van in tho c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

_ ME-TS. , : Th'e Chinose.Gpyernriient has -soldf a ? hundred important ofHcWs'to tlio'highest ? bidders, while pretending to bo desirous- - of securing enlightened; men ' A ^lea'singv . foature ' n the latest ? correspondence respecting applications ? for relief from drought-stricken centres is that in all cuses reports of rain are incorporated,, _ , . ?. / - ?: A telegram from Townsvillo on Satlir- ? day states that all railway traflio was ? suspended, owing to the lino being washed away in places. ' A passenger by tho- stennier Waikare,; from Napier to Lyttelton, Now Zealand, reports having been robbed of £1000. worth of jewellery. -m . The Elusive L'ioskis' is tho source: of much sport .inti the . cause of many injuries. L'ootbfiil players should use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, an antiseptic liniment, especially v.ilualilo for sprains iiml brnises. Oneapph cation gives relief. Ti'J' jt. ;,A,. C- Simpjonf j-.: sells itt--.' ;'r ' 1 ~ Some tnonfchs ago the widow of'-the.' late Mr. E....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903

rnllE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI- . T RATION COMPANY, Limited e x Passenger and Cargo Service Between tho RICHMOND RIVER and fllHE fast and powerful y^«yy\s-- X sorciv Steamsliips RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEORGE Arc now running a Triweekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, TllURtv my and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAKI on MONDAY.TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORN1E now making regular weekly trips h»» a refri- ' ueratiu' chamber equal to GO tons . capacity, is lighted throughout with, electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon,, and all umnlorn improvements. Tub «AHSiAX» Will make Weekly Trips t' the Richmond River, calling at Newcastle coming North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tnmki/St. George, or Ramornie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts 'or Missing Car«o be directed to tlio Local Manager, at Coraki, who will immediately in vest...

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