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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Speotal Advertisements. Absolutely ' ftrPAINLESS-a Dentistry. W. A, Gray, Denial Surgeon, Walker-street; Casino, Next to Mr. J B. M'DougnH's Office Late of Edinburgh and Paris, E.D.F. _ # * # Diploma of the French Dental School A SP£C1AL11'Y, Genuine Modern Dentistry. MR. GRAY having liuri n large exprn-ienee in Ooltl Crown mid liriilgu Work, Pivoting of Teeth on their Natural Roots, Ac., informs intending patienta that.they may have thin class of work done, on the most Modern -uid Scientific Principles. Tekth by Suction, ? mounted on suction plates inUold, Platinum, and Vulcanitc. — Teeth Scaled.— i Stoppings done on the Latest Principles in Gold and Plastic Fillings TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY *- BY ' NITROUS-OXIDE GAS, &c. . Mr. Gray holds Certificates from leading Practitioners both in Edin burgh and Paris, and has had over ' ten years' experience in Dentistry. Therefore patients inny rely upon having dental operations performed in the most skilful manner. ^ ^ sK5 ^ Note ...
The First Patient Under Chloroform. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
The Fii'Nt Valient Uii-Jcr Chloroform. The first patient, ever operated upon under the influence of chloroform was a boy four or five years old, who could only speak Gaelic, lie seemed fright ened when the sprinkled handkerchief was held before his face, but tell asleep after a. few, inhalations. . The boy was suffering from necrosis of one of the bones of the forearm, and Dr. Simpson thus described his experience in this historic case: — 'During this oper ation, and the. subsequent examination of the wound of the finger, not the slightest, evidence ot the suffering ot pain .was given. He still slept on soundly, and was carried back to his ward in that state. Half an hour afterwards he was found in bed like. a. child newly awakened from a refresh ing sleep, with a clear, merry eye and placid expression of countenance, wholly unlike what is found to obtain after ordinary etherisation. He stated that he had never felt any pain, and' felt, none now. Oil being shown his wounded arm he l...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
I'lTSl AXI- I'OIIVIV Rain ! Grass ! Mosquitoes! Mu.-dll ? ins ; r.. Grasshoppers ! i Show drawing near , Mortimer to tho front. Building tenders invited. - v. .. Trade Palace transferred. , ,i ; ' ?'?. v M'Camrs sale in full swill'. Tinmvonh election to-morrow. ,. ? ? -- i llindniarsh & Dunn dissolved ?pivvtnoi'- ship. , : x ? Remember Stndders' ? sale is on/Tuos day next, at Nunga. Mr. S. Barber, of .S-iudilands Range, is to leave Sydney on Tuesday next on a trip to the old country. We wish 'hiui a pleasant holiday, and a safe return. ... Captain Andrew Thompson, pilot and harbour master at Wollongong for many years, died on Friday night after, a short illness. ? The receipts at Grafton lands offico for last quarter amounted to;'i£6233. , . '.Tears of . Divinity'— Sunday next, Church of England, at ; 7 '30 p.m. Sacred Solo, ' Les Raineanx,' Miss Whiteman. Mr. I'unks, a Departmental officer, has arrived at Grafton to investigate the railway resumption claims. Will he also vi...
Extraordinary Coincidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Extraordinary Coincidence. The following startling, and authen tic coincidence, vouched for by reliable local authorities, is believed to be the most remarkable ever recorded. More than 200 years ago, on 5th December, 1004, a boat crossing the Menai Strait with eighty-one passengers on board encountered a territio gale, and foun dered. I he only man who escaped death was Mr. Hugh Williams. More than a hundred years later, on nth December, 178-.1, another vessel with a large number of passengers sank under the same circumstances, and iu the same place. All the passengers were drowned except one, again a Mr. Hugh Williams. Again, on 5th December, 1820, a boat laden with thirty people sank in the same spot. The sole sur vivor once more was a Mr. Hugh Williams. Mr. F. Dillon, an old inau iu poor circumstances at Glon Innes, has with his brother inherited 4180,00') left by a sister in Boston. -
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Local and General News. Sickness.— Thoro is still a deal of sickness about town, tho principal com plaint being typhoid fever, and others are attacked with rheumatism and heavy colds. We regret to say that Mrs. A. C. Simpson has been quite prostrated dur ing the past week with rheumatism, but under the care of Dr. Stowarfc is, wo are pleased to say, progressing favourably. Rainfall at Casino — During the month of January rain fell on nine days, totalling 184 points for the month ; during February tho record was 538 points, on five days ; and during March ill points fell, extending over ten days. Total for the throo months ended 31st March, 11 inches 33 points. Iu addition 57 points wero recorded up to!9 a.m. on tho 1st and 2nd instant. , Exchange Lands on Upper Rich mond.— The Under-Secretary for Lands writes to Mr. R. Pyers, Al. P., under date 27th March, as under : — ''Sir, — Re- ferring to that portion of your letter of the 2ud October last, enquiring, on be half of a number of r...
How Disease is Spread. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
How Disease is Spread. A Syiiney. lady, of fair education, whose husband died of infectious d'seiise, wiis told by her doctor (says the ' Aus tralasian') to have tho mattress and bedding burnt. Thinking, this wilful waste, she compromised matters by sriving the articles to her washerwoman. as a charity,' she explained, and also to save paying for half a day's washing, which was owing. Another lady, well-known for charitable doings, lately made enough for a short trip to the mount tins by sidl ing tho clothes left by her aunt, who died of skin coniplaiut of long standing. When relinked she tossed her head and said, ' My troubles ; lot other people think of the danger for themselves. It isn't my business.'
Treatment of Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
' Treatment olt Criminals. A Sacramento, U.S., despatch, dated January 17,' says A Bill that will strike terror into the ranks of tiie habitual evil-doer is scheduled for in troduction in the Legislatm-e next week. It provides for the unsexing of nil criminals serving, a second term in the penitentiary of the State, and of all the prisoners who may bo here after returned to the penitentiaries on a second or later conviction. It. also provides the same penalty in nddition to imprisonment for criminals con victed of felonious assaults on women, aiid for criminals from other States who have served in the prisons there. The friends of the Bill take the posi tion that like breeds like, and that the enactment of the Bill as a law. will niateriiiljy , reduce future crime liud greatly'discoiirago old offenders from coming to California. The Bill will be introduced in the House by Assembly? man Amerige. and Senator Caldwell will be asked to present it to t lie Senate.' . .
Weekly Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Weekly Oalcndar. ;/?? ,,.4 APRIL. . .. ? ., -= '% ' S ? ' '? WATKB' ;1 ^ IS il 1 2 M ?§ Sydney, 3; 4-; ,« « — r j S is —V ' Si I . iS ' I ' . . 5'tag \s': ?£'- §? .3 Mor. Aft. ; 'iia. ^ ' r H. M. II. M.jll. M. A. M. r. M.UI. M. If.'.M. ; 3 F 1 1 58 G 815 40 1 1 16 9 33 12 6 : 4S 11586 8 5 48 p.m. 10 32 1230 1 12 ] !-).- I15S0 9 5 46 1 9 1134 149 229 : '6iM '11576' 913 '45 1 59 a. m. '3-:8 3'45 I 7 T 1 1 57 G . 10 5 41 2 44 12 37 4 214 54 ? 8 W 11 57 G 10 .V 42 3 27 ,1 42 527, 5.56 l.9Th 11 56 6 11|5 , 4.1 4 7(- 2 47 6 24 6 49 Phases of thk Moon. ' ' ^ ' First Quarter, April -5, lliol a'.m. ;
Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
illctcurologicsil Information The following, are' the observations of temperature and rainfall in Casino, taken by the Telegraph Masterat 9 a.m. each day, for tho week ended April 2nd it : Maxim. 1 Mini. D ? r.n : jUate- Shade, 'shade. Ra',fa11- Friday, Mar. 27 83- 1 05- O'OO Saturd'y, Mar. 28 79' j 03' 0H0 Sunday, Mar. 2!- 81* ; fiti* ' O'OO' ' Monday, Mar. 30 87- ; O?' 0 00 Tuesday, Mar. 31 81'' J 84' 0-62 Wednes, April I 75' , i 03* O'lG Tlnirad'y, April 2 ? 75* /:l 58' I 0'41 Average ? . 80- 1.4V G3'7l V Total rainfall ? ? ? 119
Something About Finance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Something A It out Finance. The statoment of the Earl of Hard wicke, who is a member of the London Stock Exchange, that the fall in British Consols iR to an extent due to City financiers having £178,000,000 invested in South African gold stocks, which, owing to the lnsuthoiency of labour on the Hand, are not easily realised, throvys a light upon- the present condition of the English money market, and to a degree accounts for the slump in Aus tralian debentures. We say to a degree, because there is no doubt the attack made by writers in tho English Press, in conjunction with the squander of loan money in this State by the Government at a time when the utmost care should have been taken to control the expendi ture of loan funds, was responsible lor the unprecedented fall in New South Wales stocks. On comparing .the price of Consols and New Soiitli Wales '3 per cents, for the past year, it is found. Jthat while the first-mentioned' droppeel 4J during that period the New South Wales sto...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
COMMERCIAL X EWd. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. : ? . 11.11. lixpreu. Utnee, Thursday. FoiiboWlNU are tlio quotations lorfimii uuU dairy produce ruling in Casino to-iluy . , ., ., ? . WUUliBSAtK. liKTAII.. Ji'-'s l- .. .£, S l- ,. Maize, per bUb'.iul /. . :U 5 0 ?' !(J 5 0 Ulmtf, per ewt. : , U s (J : i (O ? U O Hay, oaten, pur toH V. D u u D luu Uats; per bushel .. u 4 0 u 4 . (i Ejfjfs,' per doz-iii ...0 1 0 ? 0 1 si -, Butler, local luctury .. 0 -1 I Ui .i Butter, dairy .. .. 0 .0 10 ? . 0 .1- 0 .
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
llclisioiis Services. 1 ? Oiiuroii of England (Casino District)^, April 5th, Palm Sunday, Wyan at 1 1 a.m., Mongogarie at3 p.m., Casino ut 7.30 p.m. — Rev.,C. F. Seymour. Sunday, April 5th, Clovass at 11 ii.in., Urceuridg'o at 2.30 p.m. (Lay Services).- Monday, April Och. Deep Creek (Mr. E. J. Kuljiti.sDii at 7.30 p.m. ; Tuesday, Clovass, Chuiuh t.f England Guild at7.30p.nl. ; Wednesday, Apul 8lh, Casino, Communicant*' Union in,8p.m. ; Thursday, April 0th, G.F.S. Bible Class at 8 p.m. ; Good Friday, Casino, Matins at II a.m., Lantern Service at 7.30 p.m. , Presbyterian Cnimuu of Australia.— Sunday, April 5th, Casino at 11 a.m., Tatlium at 2.30 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. J. Strang. Deep Creek (Mr. A. J. Munru'sj at'2.30 p.m. — Christian Endeavour B.tud. Casino at 7.30 p.m. — Mr. W. G. Mackney. Tuesday, April 7th, Deep Creek (Mr. G. Stenm irk's) at 7.30 p.m.; Wed nesday, April ijth, Deep CreeK (Air. John Gilmour'a at 7.30 p.m. ; Thuisday, April 0th, Codrington (Mr. Cnarles Jlmle...
The Cardinal and the Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
The Cardinal ami the Gov ernment. Tim Cardinal gave an interview to the ' Culliolic Press' Inst week on Hie question of St. Patrick's Dnj liolidny, 'So far as I can understand,' he said, ' some members of the Ministry regret- very much the step into which they were decoyed; and I can only (e gnru ine srep wnicn tliey took as a betrayal of .those who hitherto have befriended' tliein, and to whom they must look for support in any emer gency that may arise. If any pn)0f were required of the just appreciation of the position, we have it in the rcso lutioiis of approval of the Govern ment's action adopted by those whoso only mission appears- to' be to insult the Catholic people, and to injure those who are supposed to be friendly towards us.' His Eminence was asked if he had noticed a speech by the Minister for Works at Newcastle, in which Mr. O'Sullivan had connected his Eminence's name with that of Dr. DillMacky. According to the report, responding to t he toast of ' The Miti islry' at...
The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
The produpa' Market. ; ; [By ^TBLeiGRAPH.] SYDNEY,. ?Thursday. Maize : ? Ri yor, prime. . dry y el low, ' 5s ? per bushel ; red, 4s .Od'to 4^ iod ^vvliite;, 4;i'9d to 4s 10d ; soft- yellow, ' 4s 9d to. 4s ;IO(t'/; int. forior grades, 4s Sd ; Island;- 4s lOd to .4fj ud.- ? ? : ?' ' ? EggH : Notthern' rivers'/Is 4d-to la 5d per dozen. 1 ?-, ? , The butter 'market'': is irreguhii' in'tone; One or two agents 'are inclined to quote Is per lb for, choice 'creamery, and ll^il for next grades,1 ..discarding^ the extra farthing altogether. Most .'firms quote. Is . Id for s rlioice creamery, with an extra farthing for special brauds^ worked dry. .. . ' ? Fat CATTLE.r—At Homebiisli,' (in Monday last,- there wore upwards , of 724 head of cattle yarded, representing 30 consignors, , mainly from' the northern aud southern dis tricts, with a few lots from the west- and ' .; local .sources* .The yardings comprised all descriptions, the bullocks being ch:e(ly use i - fill and. light ; not many prime...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Mr. W. II. Catlett, a well-known citi zen, and secrctary'of the Zoological So ciety, was found dead in his bed at Bur wood on Friday .morning. Ivfine^Iecte^« ifew U) C jC ^ DARKER ^AROMATIC * ® ^ ? . ? ? ? \ ' ' Ett. SO Years, j# DRINK & ENJOY ff 1 ISRAEL'S \ 1/ J® golden Wip ^ I @eut°n &ea. 1, VV WM * I Un I'U Crew. BAMl'LF.B POST TREE. / g Once Tried, Always Used. /f GOULBURN and SUSSEX /J? ^^STS., SYD.MEY.^^ Look at This ! I. ISRAEL'S SPECIAL, m n\4at€&8. m 16 large bottles of Ale or Porter 2 bottles of Whisky (John Dunn's) I bottle- of 0. P. Rum 1 bottle Brandy (Joshua Bros.) 2 bot;les of Special Port. fli. sugar-Co. 's No. i or i.e., 701b bag, 12s 8d Do. No. 3 or Light Brown, 701b bag, lis 3d Samples Post Free. Hnlf-chest, -iOlbs, New Season's TEA, and a 701b bag SUGAR-, 35s 101b Caddy TEA and 701b bng SUGAR, 20s CURRANTS— 5d lb, or 12lbs 4s !)d. RAISINS— old, or 121bs os 3d . SALMON — Silver Pearl Salmon, just landed, splendid red fish, Sis 9d doz. Lead...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
- SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. . Following are the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney :—..'? .Wheat: South Australian, choice milling. 5s 7Jd f.o.b. Port Adelaide; Californiau, ou sp.ot in Sydney, to as 4d'; Manitoba, 5s 9d tO'5s:9Jd; Argentine, to.4i.ld per bushel. Flour : Sydney roller, to £1*2 10s per ton ; nrrliniirv low +'lv- l-j. C I ?- S. . ,\1 ,. „,'f ,,l„. ou spot ill Sydney, £13 10a; to arrive shortly, £12 10s to £13 5s. ' ? \ Maize : Prime river, yellow, 4s lid to 5s ; red, 4s 9d t 4s lOd ; white, 4s 0;l- to 4s lOd per bushel. :?'/?'? Bran, to la 2d per bushel. '?Pollard, to Is Gd per bushel.-. ' Chickwheat: Local, 5s 5d to 5s 8tl per bushel.. ? , ; '... Barley.: Prime feed, to 4s 3d per bushel. .Oats: Tasmauiuii, feed,;to 2s 8d; prime, 2a 9d to 2s lOd ; New^eaUudj. prime, 2s lOd to3i; good, to 2s OJ4. iut'erior and dark, t ruin 2s lid .; ciioicc-seed, 3s;9d (lerbushel. ? Oaten HayV Local, prime, £0 15s to £7 ; medium, £0 5s ; Victorian, prime niauger, ? £7 to £7 5s ;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
People We Know. They ahe Casino People, and What Tuby Say is' of Local I.vtkkest. ' j When an incident like the following occurs right here at home, it is bound to curry weight with our renders. Su many strange occurrences which go the rounds of the press tire published as facts, ami [ people become sceptical. On one subject L scepticism is rapidly disappearing. This | is due to the actual experiences of our readers and their public utterances re garding them. The doubter must doubt no more iu the face of such evidence as this. The public statement of a reput able citizen living right here at home, -uiu whom you can see every day, leaves nu ground for the sceptic to stand on. Mr. D. Martin, baker, Walker-street, Casino, is a very old and well-known resi dent of this district, and he says 'I tried Dimn!s Backache Kidney Pills and must say they did mo a tremendous ainoitiit of good, and I have not tlio /slightest hesitation whatever ? in recom mending them. For a very long time I was ...
Treatment of Tuberculosis. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
Treatment of Tnltcrcnlosis. At a meeting of the British Medi- . cal Association at Melbourne tlio other night Dr. Fox read au interest ing paper on the treatment of chronic tuberculosis by electric currents 'of v.;™t, t\„ ? ? i.. i , '»o' lvuo,uu' a'ua. puimeu out the results following an application of high tension currents, which wero something quite apart from ordinary electricity, and were truly remarkable. The pat-ifent's temperature was in creased by 50 per cent. ; there was a discontinuance of the night sweat, an increase of appetite, and death to the bacteria. The unanimity of the reports on the effects of the current on consnmntives wns v*-mp,.L-«,Kla doctor said he had taken 43 patients ' speua'ly picked for the seriousness of . their symptoms, and treated them witii success. He (Dr; Fox) did not pnt the treatment forward as a cure for consumption. Like all remedies, it had its proper place, and should be regarded as an adjunct to the courses already known. Personally, lie...
"Fighting Mac." A DISTINGUISHED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
. ' fighting; Mac.' A Distinguished Caukm:. Tin: unexpecteci, tragic, and lamen tuble death of Maior-General Sir Hector Mncdonald, K.C.J3., by his own hand, removes from the. British Army one of ils most conspicuous and worthy oflicers. Tho late General, it ...HI Ku i»nm om llPI'Pfl . V1sif.OfI J1H I well as other parts of Australia in October, 1901, towards the close of hostilities iu South Africa. He was entertained on nil hands both publicly and privately in a manner befitting an officer of such high rank and so distinguished a career. He was feted with almost roynl magnificence by the Highland Societies in Melbourne and iu the other cities he visited. Re ferring to the New Zealand tour, a Wellington correspondent wrote : — 'His coming here was like Royal progress. lJunedin gave him as big a crowd nearly as the Duke of York's, took the horses out of his carriage, and made his life a delirious round of haggis, whisky, inspections, bagpipes, «..r1 * 4/0 Kt frtllrnvc uuu j v..j ^ j ...