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A Wonderful Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
A Wonderful Machine. A won dk hf IT, maohiiie is that, in use at Washington. It is employed by the oflie.ials whose task it is to .work out the tide-tables for the benefit of the shipping industry. At least a dozen things have to be taken into account in accurately predicting a tide for any part of the coast. Depth of water, configuration . of land, wind action, weal her notion, and additions to the sell from rivers and ilotidfi are amongst the factors to be dealt with. The machine works all these things out— -that, is to say, ..the operator, knowing, (lie peculiarities of a given coast, sets the apparatus accordingly, and .then, by ineiflis of dials and pointers, the marvellous machine ac curately gives the result. In predict ing the tides it does the work of forty, computers, taking account ? of Ihirly niue diflerent ciropnislnnces affecting a tide, and giving the time of high and low tides, their depth and height, alid the state of the tide at any hour.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Advertisements. % JOB PRIMYIK?, rif WII-.L be executed proinpl'y at llin ^R K Kxi'kkbs OHico at L0W15ST rOSSUJLJO RATIOS consistent with legiti mate business. For Cash Orders- we are prepared to deal at Prices that will obviate iny necis Hj for sending orders elsewhere. GRIEVE & TURNER, Proprietors, Casino. T) L A I N S E W I N G. The publicvnre informed that tho under signed is piopared to: iindciiuke Plain fcjowmg of any kind, at moderate charges, and to execute work promptly. Addrobs— MRb JOSEPJI ROJIKI'.TS, . . Swanip-slreet,' Casino. T^ O T I 0 H The unddsigned beg to notify that they aio picpared to Break iiv Horses to Single ,'or Double :Hurncas. , Tcrnib moderate. . ltlLEY IJROS , ; Corner 'North und East .Strcuts, Casino. Dairymen I COD LIVER OIL fur 'Calves is a special hue and bitpplics to the skim milk tho piopeities extracted by the Separator. Solo Agent for tho North J. N. FERGUSON, Auctioneer, 'Casino and Bungalow. 'l^r O T . C I E. KYOOLE DAIRY F^RMS, also ot...
Whoso Duty Is It? [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Whose Duty Is It? A irouill Casino lewdcnfr would like to know nh-t.rsiespoiibiblo ftn the iiudei [iiiJLof Iiwng IJntyJ. at Casino |)ein^ 111 ide such a lende/vous foi the liieVit iblo snagm m ! At I nuts theie ue luige mini beis congi edited theie foi el lys md nlyhlw together, and he claimsmhat for smut 11 - md 11101 il re iboiih Hoinb-hody bhould t ike stt-])s tp ,)ut 1 st,op to this piaeLice He ilso coinpluns of the veiy 'iiiddy' I mgu igt used ovoi the nxei, which cm be heaid 1 eoiibidci ible dis tanee iw ly 1)3 the t ceu|imts of iiumcious homes, besides the lu^u nnmber wh-se lesidences 110 On the n 1LI1 side of the uvei ,
Rat Crusade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Rat Crusade. Thl indent funilj must 1111 i^uie they hue stiuck 1 R11&S5I111 ie\olitlion We ue gl id to he 11 111 my lesidents h ivoeoin niendibly ponied in the eiuside, with gooel lesiilts Mi D Young lepoits h ivmj killed neaily 100 1 its at his bam on the LU mgovi in 10 id, while Mcs^is Ueithwood Bios, of Gismo, hue been p lying a bonus foi them, with the lesult thitovei bO hue been eiptuied One lithci novel feituie 111 connect 1011 with tho 111 11 Hiding of 1 its w is the discoveiy of 1 nimlbei of tins of sudines 111 1 pipe di 1111 it Messis O'&ulh\ 111 md liikci'b stoic's 111 C usukP
Way Out of a Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Way Out of a Diffftfulty.' ' ., In .1 piiMite.-lettci. t6'Uxe,,p.p.elitrtiiS)f-:the» vE\piils's Mi G II VuiVj,' wntliigfi -'ni' Sydney, siy thatit is ilmost etitun ho will \1s1t the Cisino show next JApi'il, If the Gi af ton C isino r ulw ty hue is Iiiou-Jit int 1 use liiiegud lo this 111 tttei Mi V.uley sen Is the following mfoi njiujon, which oiiL'lit to bo \.iluihlti to. tlni1* com mittee of tho Casino Agucultui il [society He w^nteb — ' The Cotibtiuetion Br inch ue .iguiist- the' line'1 being used atjshow tnniii But, if theio is. no appuent dangei, join people could uiihitiice the Mnustei foi Woiks to'1 h.ivo tiunsiun, piovided passeii^eis exempted the De p iitinent fiom lesp. nisibility Tins might lie done hy lsbuiug 1 ticket 111 Gi iftmi foi the Cmuo Show uiit nliieli could lo punted 'Committee of Agiicultiu il So ciety and Public Woiks iDeputmcnt « eept no iecpoiiMbiht} ,' the puce op the Show neket t- cove ^ r,nlwi- f(tuo '
A Fitting Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
A' Fitting Farewell ?? ?i \fti b the lesult of the Ron - election, TVIi Me,ighei btilti el publicly he 'would be veiy Sony if my Inttei feeling le nuiiied now the contest w is o\oi, md isked them ill to foiget it He would like when he left On Moneliy to leave h iriuony and good fellowship behind. lcuuudiiig them they weio ill neighbour 'lhc best tubule they could piy to him, wis to siy his -piesence uiiong them hid noteuised uiylneie.li ot lo\e, no nisty sen, so th it when he igun ippeueel bofoie them thei,e would bo no -^egieis lie igun uiged them to gue his opponent a fair slu.iw, anel not condemn him before^ giving him 1 fin (nil «^-
That Timber Depot. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
That Timber Denot. ' Ml; J. Bowkn writes:— 'I have no wish to prolong an unprofitable contro versy,, but as. Mr. Handford' . does nob. appear to ho 'entirely satisfied with Mr. .1. Campbell's' explanation,- 1 repeat what Mr. Campbell said, viz. : ' I charge 3d pur log foivthe use of. tho-'\vharf,.and at 110 unio inn i ensirgo any more. j.iihd ought .to be sufficient for Mr. Handford, and I hope he will not keep throwing up tho Is (id far me any more. It has already been explained by Mr. j. Campbell where .the Is 3d; goes. ' I .can only- repeat that any teamster-can save : the Is ' ;JcV by put ting his timber in the -water.' T have been Rpu.akirig'to' ii iuinibor'Of te'ainstciv,,. and tliey'jiro all irell s.ii istiud to have the. use of the wharf on f.hese conditions. I will' not have ' any ' more to 'say on this matter. As to the 'golden cor.nor,' Mr. . Handford may, know pf 'a 'reef ' in tho! locality, or perhaps some' of the river 'Hats T only want 'prospecting!'
Cream Cans. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Cream Cans; ( We have been requested to intioduce, to the notice of all thoio inteiested in the' dairying industiy, ' .in article which has only l.itely anno unilci notice in N.S.\M., anel at the- present time is widely in use throughout Denmaik (the home of d.iiry ing) and Europe. Wo lefer to the new tiaiibuoit milk aud cie.im cms, latelv iin poiteel by Messis. J.'GoinmHSon.ind Co., e-f Nowtown, who .ire also the bole .iirenlij for the celebialcd .'Poifeest' cie.im .sepdi.itor, which h.is already earned a gie.il leputatiou throughout (he colonies. The cms leferieel t-i are the veiy best obtainable ; they aio hUunped fiom one piece of bteel, and aftorwaiels tinned ; consequently they -ue ur.l,liout scims or joints, which f.icL greatly reduces 'the Libour of cleaning, iinel helps to keep tlie \yitiirj 11 ^u *i \fiii viiv uui iiiij it iiiwii iiiiiil lo subject to, bein^ ctuilauiiuiiled and spoiled. In f.ict, from a sanitary point pf view, they will piove .1 boon lo'dairy men anel the ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
MISCELLANEOUS, A monstku flat-head, measuring 5ft. , -1J Gin. in length, was caught in the ' ,% Minniunnrra River (N.S.W)the other ' ? 'i day. , 7 The new ollicos of the Colonial Sugar ' -i Koiining Co , in Sydney, are said to ? */-' huve cobt over £^00,000 in construe- , y tion. ' '''}t At n recent Highland gathering, a local . * aspirant had enteied his name for n ? ,; lllllliUDL l/l viuniir, (Will 1L tVIIO Crl/IIIllll^l| -.t, knowledge that ho intended winning at ^ lease oho of tho prizes. His first at- ?' tempt was the lmrdest of races — thoqnnr- -j ter mile, and lost very easily. 'Tonald ' JTonald,' exclaimed Dugald, one of his \s% (Supporters, with vnxed expression, 'what S-\ wt'y did ye no' i in fas'crF' 'Hin faster,' . '^ ochoed poor Tonnld, contemptuously ''£ 'an' mo saving my wind for ta bagpipe ^j$ competition. .'^ A painful aeeidont Inipponed to Master * M'-~[ Elwyn Maltby. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. * '/'f| E. Maltby, of the Commercial Bank,'' !on '. « S,undiiy afternoon. I...
Early Pioneers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 February 1905
Early Pioneers. The Rev. James Stewart, Presby terian Minister, writing from Eltham,, states: — Whilst enjoying a holiday in your fertile and picturesque Richmond River country, I have been much pleased to meet a number of very old pioneer colonists, mul to liticl them bo aclive in brain, heart, and hml). An Ilio son of one who hmded in Sydney in 1842, I have al ways held the veteran pioneers of Australia in high esteem, and I slmll bo delighted lo meet ns many as possible, of those who came in the thirties and forties to our Aus liviliitn CoiitiiiiMir. lint I shall be doubly pleased if 1 can meet any of my father's shipmates as I may., while I am in New South Wales, the mother Stut i', and the State of my birth and early boyhood. And believing you to be- interested in the curly pioneers, I venture to ask you to publish this loiter, as I hope it may bring me into vital touch with some, who, like my ?father, remember something about Scotland, England, or Ireland in the twenties, thir...
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. ^?i' ; LONDON, FntiiAv.' i'BEULiN dot-respondents stale that the Germau1' Emperor sent the Czar a number uf-''- newspaper clippings, revealing the ovents of' ''Rod Sundny' (22nd January, the date of tho St. Polo'rsburg inassacrtj). They werddelivorod by special tiiessoiiger iu the absence of the Grand Dukes, afid it was llitis that tho Czar first heard tilo real truthas to what had occurred' . '! i A reserve battalion of troops tit Opoch ka.in tho Government of Pskow, muti nied whon ordered to go to St. Poters burg tVassisfc in inaiutniniiig order, and was finally allowed to roniaiii. : Private letters have boon received which give details of horrible brutalities, perpetrated at Mobiliell' by the police, under the pretext that demonstrations had been held in the stroel.s The vic .tiins jvoro_cliielly . Jews, . Several .girls are stated to have boon Hogged almost to death, aiidlOO nion'-woro ertielly injured, nuiuy being crippled. ;.,.-.? LONDON, -Sunday; There ...
THE WAR. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
?/:; the ;:yvAR.;;2' .'....' . LONDON, F.ItniAV. Nbws has boeii received from' Man churia that 500 Russian 'cavalry ; iidvai'ieed to IJantai-t/.u, aiidaiiotlier force 'of ; IlusV' sian troops' reached Rave-liaug-tzul:''.Tlie' Japanese ulUiekud and dislodged'.' the Russians frohr't heir 'positions^; .and' aft or wards pursued tlioiii tinvards iiainiulijnii. Altogether leii' Hiiu'adr'o'iis Of '?.'Russian' cavalry word oiigaged' .!;.,!.' ',,1 ,' ' '?:.' The thiril: Baltic \si[iiadri)'-i''h'as!.! sailed ? from Li bail; ... Two Pi«iish,t()i-peiilo':jj(;ats will , escort the s(piadron thfougli' Danish waters. * -:: ' : . '.-?'.'' .-'. ?-'?.-? ?',???';''? '''?'. .''. -.'. ' LONDON; Siistitx:^ ? : Almost the. entire . Russian press,'; ddr inands that- Goueral StooHsol^shouid 'niit lio.seriously coiirt-ma'rtiall'eil.' vileVissoriii the; resp(insibility' for.tlio- siii-reuddr^f Port : A rthtir rests ' wi th -Jtlio^.Cpii;1; . -wl'io . since October. had aiiihoris'm) 'h'iiii uVliii'v-.' render,...
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
THE LATEST NEWS. [BY TELEGRAl'H.] -, LONDON, Friday.^' The bill reducing the term of coihj 'pulsory military service in Franco froni, Un'co years to two years has been' .passed by: tho French .Senate by 23!) ' yotos j'y W-:\'^:'-if'-;? 'v::.c:;:;.v::;v;f '??'.?? ,z. v Later information states that, four inen: were killed by~the gasoloiTp explosion on' subiiiai-ino ' Ao; .-it i Qiiooiislowny- ;and .11; inj lired, s&verftl * sdrii iusly, includiiig (he co'mniaiidor of :the' vessel.- ?' ' ??'? ? ? In tho House of Commons the debate 011 the amendment moved by Mr. A's: quilh on the Address-iii-rcply, to tluj; cllcct that the -fiscal issuo, having beoii fully discussed; ought to bo submitted to llie i-eoplo without further' delay, was re sumed and concluded., On a division boing-takciij the'ainendnientr-»vrw-».egrtr-r tivod by 311 votes to 243^. There are 40 other amendments to bo'dclilt with., The general opinion, is that 'the .Balfour ,Go voiiiinent 'is'; now safe for. tlio-'iir...
Maclean Calloway Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
Maclodn CjEtlloway Rapes. . ,.. Tlie ;|bove races took place last .Wedties-., day,- 'witli 'tlio , followji|g results irr .' . r '? ! Opening'.: Flandicap — : ^alteo 1, Ex-., l-baii^o 2, liaiicasier'il'. ', .,:,. ... ? '.'.; Novice' 'Hiiiiilicapj- Faii'ny l^CJIarrio 2. Barlj.'.VVii'e Jiicic \yiis. ;m -odds un favouriio, andTe'd fJ'ffio'uVrn wlien lie foil.' ' ,' . '?, '- 1V:Miicleiirt;1'ilHWdioiiy^n8Jkcilc:',;A;!gel .1, Excliange'2. .GalfejO Wafi;tlie 'oiily ^oilier.. toifai-'O'iho stntdiS.and rfks'lieiivilyliacked' /-.t;2-t(-l on;.';5Fi)iir to liJajViunsl Black, ?An'4el; \Viis1 oflerdif, 'biili'.tli'o 'price sliVirtened , .'U- .2 t'o 1 be_fore'lhe''star£'; tiyo 10 oiiowas ollered agaiiist'-'Exoliange!;' Galteo was .leift'af-tlie'po'st/VaVul 'Black Angel woii. ?: easily' -froiiiExcliaiigd:' Tlie connnittee', declared it no race,' aiid 'askipd tlie dwners, to send their liui-surtu . 'the ' p.-st again. This d'ecisifiii'.was followed', liy ciinsider jible clamor, and' 'the r ''coiiini...
Aistonville Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
Alstonville Shoi-v. Our special reporter writes: — Tho hhow fien«)u of the 'Richmond River district opened al Alstonville, when the sixleenlh annual IVxhibil ion of, the Alslonvilli' Agricultafral Society was opined on tho society's grounds. Al stonvillo is a small 'township situated on the nnii'n Ballina^'criterlidd road, about 11 miles from Lismore, tmd nine miles from Balliua. It is a very old :cllluueiit, and.(is on Iho outer fringe of ^hat is known iliroughunf the Stale :is the Big'iScrub. Ban'ga low, tiuullicr nolid dairying eenlie, ih distant about ten miles north on Iliu Lismore-Byron - Buy j raij.wayr' The country . traversed, bet wequ^Lisnioie and Alhionvillo''oV Ijan'galow and Al stouville is mainly undulating, rising occasionally into hills 000ft. high. The devolution of I lie original scrub for the greater part., is complete, and there 'may now be seen slrelehes of country covered' wilh high artificial grnsbes or waving cornlields. Tins soil, . a brown chocolate, extend...
Rosehill Races. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
Rosehill Races. J! ;-' ' ?Satukday. . \l ?-;, February SUikes.— Lord Ullin'sDangli-; tor, 8-4, 1; Horologist, 7-2, 2;!.;High; Collar, 7-2, 3. ?r\ \&i;\~ GranviHe-Stakes.--Siosta, 7-7, 1 : 61iin- nier, 0-5; 2'] '.'Lin-rot, 8 5, 3. ';.'; .. ; Nursery -^Handicap. — Drapeau, 7(}t. 1; .Stirrup Cup, 7-0, 2 ; Bonnie Elsie, 8:10, 3. Flying Welter.— Prince's Gift, 9-XO, 1 ; Ian, 9-3, 2 : Talafa, 9st. 3. Rosehill Hindicap. — Tronwiih, 7-5, 1 ; 'riitreWl(jiiiUlii»iir8-'-l','2TAcWis!ai''9' 5', '3'.' ? . iParrauiMtta RliliS- j-=— , IV^iiilcisi-, 84 1; )Danny Mann, 8-l2,'2 ;..Sjjori-, 8st., 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
Are Holding1 Great Cash Distribution Sale, COMMENCED Saturday Morning, ;- 4th Feb. ? ??'?' n THIS GREAT SALE COMMENCED SATURDAY, FEB- 4, 'Will be c.o ri .tinned, for S5 Days, ending' on SATURDAY, the 4th MARCH, And the Total Purchases of DRAPERY, MILLINERY, BOOTS, and SHOES Made on one of these Days will be returned in full to Our Customers. ggr THE' FRLSlii DAY HAS BEEN SEljlSCTlfiD IN THE FOLLOWING M\NNER, AND IN THE ? PRESENCE OF A CORIMLTI'EIS OF KEl'UT Ai;LE CITIZKNS, VIZ.:— Messrs. J. B. M'Dougall, A. R. M'Kellar, and Robert Page. 25 Slips of Paper, nuinliorud consecutively from 1 to 25, being tho iiumher of the SAL IS DAYS not tho day of tho M-nth, Starting on 4th February and ending on 4th March, mid folded so that the numbers could not ho soon, were placed in u Bos, and . when thoroughly shullled ono Slip was drawn by Mn. M'DOIHIALL and - placed in ;in o:ivelope, the remaining 21 Slips being also put into an envelope, and both sealed. These scaled envelopes worn then taken ...
The Produce Market. SYDNEY. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 February 1905
The Produce Market. SYDNEY. Monday. Maize : Northern rivers. 2s 5il to 2s Uil per, bushel ; Southern and Victorian, 2s lOil to 3s ; soft rivor muize, 2a 4d ; Queensland, 2s 8tl to 2s 9tl. Butter : Choicest, Oil to 9£d per lb; prime, 8i«l Jo Sjfrl ; other grades, to 7#d. Eggs: Northern rivers, lOd to lOJd per dozen. . ? ? ? . ^ ? Pios.— At the City Yards, Sydney, last Friday, tKero were 800 pigs punned, made up of all qualities. The 'demand generally was good, and values for both baconc-re and porkers showed no quotable, chango on the rales ruling on Mir previous Pale day. Quotations : Prime houvy baconers made, from 358, extra to DOs, good from 35s. light from 30s ; prime heavy porkers from 27.', extra to 2\)a (id, good from 23s, medium from 10s, others lower. . .,' . . : r Tallow, IIaik, Hokns-, &c.— In Sydney,'1 last week, prime torts of tullow ruled firm throughout,- while; medium dcaeripiiuns woro aSslij.de -easier. Quotations : Prime mixod tallow sold at £21 10s to £21 ...