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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
* s ' ©entistry in all its Branches, i a : # ? ; . : - ? ??? ' '' ;? . if * Your TEETH, the first Organs of Digestion, don'tv * neglect them. They are health to you, and rest cn * cold winter nights. * Don't procrastinate when you can have them * carefully attended to at MORTIMER'S, at * ?' Reasonable Prices. Extractions Painlessly by the aid of Nitrous Oxide * ; Gas. Local Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &c., * when required. ? Artificial Plates, Gold Fallings, Amalgam Fillings. i i CASINO PHARMACY. | \ G. ^MORTIMER, f I Oliemist and Dentist, I I BARKER STREET, | t — Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. — i | Dental Work has my CarefuB Attention. S \ ' # # Orders Promptly Attended To. * £ IDrua-Si , .. Medicines, , See. # - » , - 1 ? ? # For Drugs, Patent , Medicines, r Babies' Foods, . , ?' Feeding Bottles, Perfumery, BrushWare, Toilet . . Soaps, Tooth Powder, Tooths Paste,: Tooth # , » Brushes, Sponges. ;. ,'j; . ^ i ; ^ : i; #. ? ? ' ....... ? ... ? ' '? '? A Nice Lot of PI VER...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 April 1903
NEWS. An Effeotivk Point. — At! Lithgow the police magistrate has held that an oyster saloon keeper charged with keeping his establishment open after midnight was not liable. It was con- j tended before him that as this class of shop could be kept open till midnight, after that hour a new dny began. He upheld this Contention after considera tion, and pointed out. that the Early Closing Act did not provide for an opening hour. The information was, therefore, dismissed. Ci katuities koi: War Nursks. — The Commonwealth Defence Department has received n despatch from the War Office that it wishes to recognise the services of the Australian nurses who went to South Africa by presenting each with a substantial gratuity as a slight recompense for their services. The gratuity will amount to £37 IDs. for each muse. Miss Woodward, matron of the Wollongong Hospital, who served as a nurse in South Africa, comes within this roll of honour. Condition of In eland. — The present peaceful condition ...
What is a Prime Minister? [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
? ? I Wltut is si Prime Niuisler f j That is a question which it would re- i quire a pamphlet to answer, but in a fow sentences it mny be possible to remove a few hallucinations. For the title ex presses much to the British mind. To tho ordinary apprehension it implies a director, the duration of whoso powers nnas its only limit in the House of Com mons. So long as he can weather that stormftil and deceptive ocean he is else where supreme. But the reality is very different. The Premier, Minister as ho is now called, is technically and practi cally the chairman of an Executive Com mittee of the Privy Council, or rather, perhaps, of Privy Councillors— tbo in fluential foreman of an executive jury. His power is mainly personal, tho power of individual influence. That influence whatever it mny, lie has to exert in many directions, beforo he can havo bis way. He has to deal with the Sovereign, with the Cabinet, with Parliament, and with public opinion, all of them potent fact ors in thei...
Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
t'oruki. At the Coraki Butter Factory 40,000 lb. of butter was manufactured during the past month, and suppliers will bo paid ll$d net. The late supply is in creasing. . At Woodburn on Tuesday last (says the '' R.R. Herald'), before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. William Gollaii, F. Ross, and Walter Gollan, Js.P., Cor nelius Hugh Cavanough, of Esk, was charged with illegally impounding two head of cattle . tho property of Mr. H. W. Williams, of Swan Bay. Mr. P. P. Jones appeared for plaintiff, and Lobban for tho defence. After a number of witnesses had boon examined the bunch i inflicted a fine of i'10, with costs amount ing to £9 Is 6d. .
The Tweed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
The Tweed. A sad drowning case occurred at Mul lumbiniby Creek on Mondayweek. While Mrs. Evans was washing, her little girl, 18 months old, strolled away, fell in tho creek and was drowned. She was only missed five minutes. The poor little lass was (says the '' Tweed Herald') a bonnie bright child, and general sym pathy is felt for the bereaved family. Dingoes are very prevalent at South port. Tho local butcher lost throo shoep the other day and a number of fowls were also destroyed about tho outskirts of the toivn.
Ballina [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
- Italliua. It was rumoured in town yesterday (says Wednesday's ' Beacon') that a number of men— said to be 50— wero to bo knocked off at Riley's Hill quarry. Through tho absence of Mr. Grimshaw from town wo were unable to verify the statement officially, but in tho light of recent happenings on other rivets it is more than likelv there is snmn m-nnml for the report. We regret to have to record tho de mise of a very old local identity in tho person of Captain G. Easton, which oc curred at his late residence, East 13al liiia oil Monday morniug. Tlie deceasud had reached the ripe old age of 87 years, 30 of which had been spent as pilot at 'allina. He was generally respected, and his death will be regretted by a large circle of friends. — ' Beacon. Mrs. W. Morris, of Lismore, and Miss Morris, of Balliua, left on Tuesday last, for a trip to Wales, and expect to bu absent for about twelve months.
News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
News of the District, Lisinorc. On Monday a very severe and nnfor tnniite accident happoned to a lad named Aloxander Dnnn (a son of Mr. J. Mac gregor Dunn), working for Messrs. Urown and Jolly. He was engaged cut ting timber with n small circular saw, and bis hand accidentally coining in contact with the tcoth of tho saw tho thumb and torennger wero cut on. it was some time . before the services of a doctor could ho secured, but the nature of tho injuries prevented much bleeding. It was found necessary to remove portions of bona which had been injured, and we learn he is progressing as well as can bo ex pected. — 'Star.' Yesterday morning (says Wednesday's ' Star') Dr. Kestevcn nearly succumbed to the toxic effects of ono of these sup posed harmless mushrooms— so nearly identical with the edible variety— and only recovered from a severe attack of agony and collapse, tinder tho treatment of Dr. Mackay. The doctor had a very narrow oscapo. Mr. F. Wilcock, tailor, formerly of Lismore a...
[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
[By Tblisoraph.] ? SYDN-EY, Monday. . .. . , Tha Produce Market. ! :The butter nrirket is ? unaltered, but l agents are almost .iiuanimoits in deairins; to .. lower prices. 1'he maj irity ol sales uHeclt'd ? to-day ure subject to to-morrow's quota tions} which are almost certain to be a penny pen lb. lower. . . ? . . , Maize : Yellow, 5s ;.: white, soft yellow, ? ninl small red, .4-10d';. . -Island, .:4s- I0J '-to 4s lid ; ; liggs : Noitheni nvcis,ls 3d to 'is 4d . per dozen. . . - .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
. Advertisements. JT|' I OH - CLASS DENTISTRY SVEr. W, A. GRAY, DENTIST, Will bo A15SHNT at DRAKE from FRI DAY, APRIL 10th, to TUESDAY, 14th. '^7 S.W. DROUGHT RELIEF FUND. A CONCERT In ai l of tho above will be hold in tho SCHOOL OF ARTS, CASINO, ON FiilWAY, 1st MAY (Night of the Casino J.O. Races). Admission — Reserved Seat (Plan at Mr. A. W. Simpson's), 2s Gd : Front Sent, 2s ; Back Seat, Is. Children charged Is to any part of Hall. '' ?? M. FANNING ) D , S. E COSGRIFF i Pl,°motors JQlSSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Tho Firm of HINDMARSH & DUNN, which hns existed since 1st April, 1894, has this day been Dissolved by mutual consent and the efflux of time. GEO. T. HINDMARSH. J. MxUXJUEGOil DUNN. Witness to both signatures — James F O'Ftynn, J.l\, Lismore, 1st April', 1903. Hindmarsh and Dunn cmbrncc this oppor tunity to thank their many friends in the Town and District for thoir liberal suppu t during the past nine years, aiid hope that the same conlidence may be continued to them...
BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
lJRISBANU MAllklST PRICKS. Following were the wholesale pi ices in Brisbane on I'Yiday . / i- 'Maiiie-: Prinif, to4i bd per bushel. :-Bian}'£l) 5s per ton ; pollard, £8 5j. ClialF : Oaten, prime, £0 5s per ton. - . Potatoes : Circular- Head, £4 5s to £1 10s ...per:ton. ?- .??-.' ? , i t . H mis : ;Piiieapplo, ls to ld Id ; Mild Cure,. . Is per lb.- ?- . ... ? . Bacon,: I'liieapple; Hitches and sides, lid ; Mild Cure, Hitches, 1*2 I, and sides 14d per lb. Butter.: Loc\l, factory, to 1 2d per lb; southern, to 12d. ? Cheese : Local, 74d to 8d per lb. ' , ? ♦ ? [''atCatilb. — At Homebiish, on riiutsday last^there were, upwards of 101.1 head of ' cattlo yarded,' represeiiting 50' consignors, principally froin the northern, north-wnst, ami .sou thern' districts, the balance from the ? west und local sources. The yardmgs com prised all quiilities. ch'elly medium ami luht ?descriptions; prime bullocks were none too plentiful. About 45'J cows and heifers, . a sprinkling of prime, the bulk be...
Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
Ciisiiio Hospital. Tmb regular meeting of tho committee of Casino Hospitul whs held on Friday, March 27th, the following members being present;— Messrs. VV. G. Simpson (chair), ? A. M'Kellar, J. Fay, Rev. J. Strang, and A. W. Simpson (secretary). v An apology for tho absence of Mr. Tyrrell was read. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed on tho motion of Mr. Strang, seconded by Mr. M'Kellar. COltUESPONIIENC'E. The correspondence was read, received, 1 and ordered to be dealt with, ou tho ? motion of Mr. M'Kellar, seconded by ? 'Mr. Fay, and was as follows v From the Registrar General, notifying - tho gazettiug of Mr. Cope's appointment . ? ? . as trustee. . From the Chief Secretary's Office for ? information re subsidy. ? 1 From S. Grovo re charges for chil dren in tho hospital. From Matron Slv intimating that she hnd left to take lip her duties. The secretary read particulars of the estimated cost of repairs to main build ing, and Mr. M'KolIar moved, — That a special co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
J^ENTISTIIY ! g^j^nKNTistK V ? Ip. g. morley wade, IPlC.'iTl.ST, : : LATI5 OF SYDNKY, : : Bogs to inform tho residents of Casmo and district that I10 continues the practico'-of! his Profession at his old address, Baiucur Stkeut, Casino, Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, where I10 may be consulted daily. Extractions rendered absolutely painless by tho aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Chloro form, or by tlio most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings iu Cold, Amalgam, and Comeiit, inserted with the greatest skill and care, and when required tho nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted on Gold, Vulcanite and Platinum. Old and broken Plates mended or re-niodolled, and made to lit the mouth better than ever. Also, tho most modern style of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work, and Pivoting of Teeth on Natural Roots. Teoth Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to tho Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may rely on receiving every attention, combined w...
MILK TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
MILK TESTS. (To the Editor of the Richmond Jticcr Itxprexn.) Slit, — It is n. general rule to pay milk suppliers so tnuch per gallon for milk, ac cording to the percentage 'f butterfat contained theiein, and m accordance with - the price of butter per II). Here is a simple me tin id of dealing with milk tests where there are a number of milk sup pliers, say, for instance A, Ii. C, D, E, and F ? A supples 30, 0001 bs milk, average test.4-2 B 25,0001bs „ „ 4-1 C i, 26.0001bs „ „ 4-0 D 20,0001 lis „ „ 3-8 E „ 22,0001ks ? „ 4-3 - F 23,5001bs ,, „ 3-6 First multiply e:ich suppln-rs number of .pounds of milk by his average test and divide by 100, which will give the num ber of pounds of butter-fat contained in the. milk. IBB. BUITKRrAT A' supplies 30,000 x 4 2 -r 100 = 12601b B „ 25,000 „ 4'1 „ 100 „ 10251b C „ 26,000 „ 4-0 „ 100 „ 10401b D „ 20,000 „ 3-8 „ 100 „ 7601b E „ 22,000 „ 4-3 „ 100 „ 9401b F „ 23,500 „ 3 6 „ 100 „ 84filb -Total butterfat supplied ... 58771b Then supposing tho wh...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
Local and General News. | ? ♦ ? 1 Drought Relief Lists. —Those to whom subscription lists havo been sent in connection \vith the Lord Mayor's Drought Relief Fund are reminded tlint tlioy should be at once sent iu to the secretary or treasurer, C.isino branch, in order that all amounts therein may -be forwarded to Sydney without delay. Dtt Cuo.mmklin. - Except for Wednes day night, which he passed rathor badly, Dr. Crommolin has been getting along slowly but favourably (says Friday's 1'enterlield 'Courier'). He was up for a short time on Wednesday and 011 two or three days previously, but yesterday it. was thought better he should remain in bed. Mbmokial. — The members of the Cas ino Half Squadron intend to place a .memorial over, the grave of their late comrade, Sergeant-Major Sutton, and the matter ia now in hand.' The O.C. says he feels sure that all Sergeant Major Sutton's old fellow Lancers will .be only too glad to recognise by the pro posed memorial his marked'- bravery at the...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
CORRESPONDENCE- I THE. SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTER. (To the Kdtlor nj the flich muml Jitrcr Kxprcus.) Sie,— In reply to a letter appearing in your valuable paper headed :is .above, I now bog to request t-lie favour of the in sertion of tlie following convspondence. — Yours faithfully, S. P. Daut. Casino, 31/3/03. 'Casino, 7th March. 1903. Crichett Walker, Esq., C.M.G., Principal Under Secretary, Sydney. Dear Sir,— As a member of the Committee of the Casino School of Aits, 'I have to request the favour of your goo I oihccs in obtaining an opinion as to whothoi' the committees 'f Schools of Arts in this State arc ableto .grant tho use of halls in connection with tlioir institutions for boxing conte-ts If my memory is correct, I understand that tho lute Sir Henry Parkes laid down cer tain restrictions which wero to be ob served in the letting of these halls. I havo tho honour, fitc., S. P. Dakt.' (Enclosure : Copy of an advertisement in tho 'Richmond River Express' of (5th .March, notifyi...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
I'oi.vr. ?;[ ? ♦ ? Nunha sale to-day (Tuesday). r;r ? Road Wallace and Co 's advb. in this issue. Manitoba wheat is being oxtonsively . planted ill tho Warwick district. Tip-top milkers at- Pearson's sale, to-, morrow. Refreshments 1.80 sharp. Biorama Company will appear in the School of Arts Hall 011 Friday. ? Visit Nung 1 sale t --day, anil improve your h -rds. St. Patrick's Day celebration in Sydney resulted in a net profit of £019. Pair plough horses, go;id workers, money in them. Pearson's sale, 1.30. It has been somi-ofiicially stated in Italy that King Edward will visit Rome on the 27th instant. Valinblo dairy cattle and horses for s do to-day, at Nimga D.ni't- miss this' opportunity of securing iirsf-class stock. Important sale of a selected di'ry herd at Mr. W. Knight'it farm, Greeuridge, on Thursday next. . A good discovery of gold is roported from ...Georgina. Gap; ton miles from Winneoko's Depot. , Ten lers close 011 Thursday next,' 9th instjvnfc,; for: the , erection of...
Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
Lei'test JSTews. - — — - [BY TELEGRAPH.] /-LONDON, Sunday. Tub Dublin correspondent ; of; the 'Daily Chroniclo'' asserts, that a general election will. he held in iitttmnii,.on1tho question of tlio' extension of govoining powers to Ireland. King Edward was accorded a mngnifi cent welcome on. nis visit io jliisuoh, whero he vi*aa rocoived by '.the 'King -of Portugal. '.Scenes of. indescribable en-, tliiisiiisni; took placo .? when . tlio . King landed ami the Royal procession formed, Tlio King proceeds . to jijribriiltar on Wednesday, and afterwards visits Malta, Rome, and Paris. .' ? . .. The Paris correspondent of, ',Tho Times' states that public .feeling ? in France is friendlier towards Great Bri-i tain than it has, been. for a decade past. ,, Excitement has lieeii causeil;iji;,New; York owing to legislation raising - the;, cost of liconsos for public houses to £240 per annum. , rt .... The Canadian 'House' of' Commons lias passod a resolution prohibiting tho manufacture, sale, o...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
| : 6GNBKAL By the death .of Dean Farrar, the . Church of England lias lost ono of its most. distinguished men. Tho horso of Private Clarke, 2nd Dragoon Guards, bolted at Aldershot, and threw its rider, who, his foot en tangled in a stirrup, was dragged at great spoed into an open gateway. Here a protruding hook, used to fasten the ga^e, caught Clarke's .head, breaking !iis neck, and half-tearing away tho jaw. A passenger by ono of the Paris tram way cars recently dropped a parcel from tho vehicle, aiid the conductor rc f ised to stop while hi; got down to re cover it. The pas-engor brought, an iction against tho company, and tho Court decided in his favour, decreeing that in such a case ..the tramway car ought to have stopped. Tub .Elusive Picskin is the source of imicli sp'irt auli the cause of many injuries. Football players .should use Chamberlain's L'.iin lliiltn nil iintii-eptic liniment, especially valuable for sprains nu 1 bruises. One appli cation gives relief. Try it. A. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
mHE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI ! RATION CQMPANY, Limited ! ? EXPRKS s f Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and i SYDNEY. H E fast and powerful ! JL screw Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GrEORGrE Aro now running a Tri-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, THURS i DiY and SATURDAY, and leaving I CORAKI on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and i FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNIE now f making regular weekly trips has a refri cerating ohamber equal to 00 tons capacity, is righted throughout, with electricity, ventilating fans in tho baloon, and all ntorderii improvements. -- .. The . OAKLAND. Will make Weekly Trips to the Richmond River, calling at Newcastle coining North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Toinki, St. George, or Ramoniie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more,. where Saloon plans may be soen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts. 'or Missing Cargo be directed to the Loeal Manager, at Coraki, who ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
?'* JSYUXKY^ 'MARKET PRICKS. . Following are'- tlie 'wholesale quotations iaSiidiex-dtreot/ Sydney': — i Wheat:. South Australian, choico milling. oT 'id ' fiiiil). 1'ort Adelaide ; Oalifurniaii, .'bii ipufi iu Syiliioy, to 5^ 4d ; Manitoba, i-s (Jil tp'oa O^d ; ' Argentine, to ,4s Id per bushel. .ii- L''loui- : 'Syilnoy loller, to JlI'J 10s per tun ; ' ordinary, grades,£l-2 to iil'-l oa ; Manitoba, ? /hi. spot; in Sydney, £13 10^ ; to arrive .bliprtly/£12.1U3 to £13 us. . Maize,: Local, new w liite, 4s 9.1 to 43 lUil per. bushel j choice 'red,' 5s ; soft, 4a lOd ; island, 4s 1 I'd' to 5s. ' IJruii, to Is '2il pur' bushel. c '] Pollurd, Is Hd to la 5d pur bushel. ' Gliiukwlieat : Local, us 5d per bushel. Barley : IVi-ne feed, to la 3d per bushel, i- O.ils: Tasmaiiiaii, feed, to 2s 8d; prime, 2s Oil to 2s 10.1 ; NewZouUiid. prime, -.vlOd :to3i; good, to 2s Od ; inferior and- dark,, frum 2a 0d ; choice seed, 3s Ud pel . bushel. Oaten Hay : Local, prime,' £0 15s to £7 2s Oil jnie.iium,...