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COMMERCIAL NEWS LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
COM-lfl)tCliVL .NEWS. - LOCJlL PRICKS CURRENT. ; - \ - ? ; ?' -. '? ' Jl. It. IlxprcM (Jilk'C, Monday. t''0i,L0'.visu uru thi! iinuUtiimx for fiirm ami dulry pr»-luuo rutin;; in Cn-tliio to-ihi.v IVllm.MIAtiK. 1IKTAII-. £ S II Jt D 0 Miito, per liiialiul- .. U ii (j . '0 5 0 v - (Jhi&fT, pur cvvt . . , .. u d ^ 0. . 0 U 0 ; Uiiy , iMU)n,: pur U)H .. ,U U. U, '.U lU 0 Uau,i|icr lnulitil .. U' 1 0 0 '4 0 ? HggH, por doz'ii ' .'. 0 1. 0 0 12 lluttor, looiiljuctury.. ^0:!;1 f l.TT-. 0 1 !l Utittcr, 'dikiry i*. ??O 'O'IO ? ' 0 1 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
M Advertisements. , TT7ANTJ5D-SMART BOY as Appron VY tice to the Draperj' Business, ono just left- school preferred. ? Apply to WAL LACE & Co. J) U ! B L I C N '0 T I C E. All Persons Owing Accounts to the undersigned lir'coiinoction with' tlio Busi ness of tins Trade Palace arc kindly re quested to pavsnnio to Mr. A. 0. CROUCH or Mr. E. D. RUSSELL. ? ? Olhce— At Mr. Wade's Dentist Shop, next door to Trade Palace, Casino, F. G. CROUCH. J) U 15 LIC N O T I CMC: Tho undersigned, be' to notify that . l.lioy i intend Opening at an Early Date, a llair d rossing, ^-Tobacconist, ^Funcy- Goods,. mid . Men s Clothing' establishment lit^K yogle; , Fuller particulars ill future issue. '? 15 CULLKN.' ( - ?- JAM lib FiiL'LON. J' M4lf 'O'-U 'n 1) I -N -Sn.'O T I C B.' Inipounded at Casino I'nblic Pound by C. A. Sliannon, for Trustees of Haines' Estate, for trespass - upon freehold land unenclosed : '.V. ? 1. Bay.Mare, lirhtjitlcsd 0^ oil rib:!: ; Sum due;'!)J!)d'J' y'^ ' Impounded by. .'M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
Q swsH I. . ,k Dentistry -111 all its, Brai^oliesi i s ° 1 - V i + 't ? - ' , . f%' i| *' 'Your ^EjETHyl^he first .Qifgeijnsfo/itDi^esLion^ don't | : * . ; , . negleet thern.i jFhey are health to you; and rest cn # *. .s,-^^old^i1nter^riights. * : v | *\ . Don't i..iprocrastinate''~^h'en- *youVre'an: have them . S * ?, ^refully^'^attended to|^at- - MORTIMER'S, at r .* ' . Reasonable Prices. '??'-''* ? ^ &'*' J- 2 «. ! Extractions Painlessly by the aid~of Nitrous Oxide r * ? j' -. Gas;'! . .j Local .... Aneesthetics, Chloroform, See., 5 ,f . . /-when required. J ;?* Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, 'Amalgam Fillings. $ ' . CASIISTO . PHARMACY. . J -5. ? TPTOCT Cliemist and Dentist, \ ,,V_' 7'. BACKER STREET, ??-??.;:??? | — Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. J Dental Work has my Careful Attention. | !. * * Orders Promptly Attended To, * ~ ~ I i; Drugs, MecLioines, cSco. * I -0.9 '1 ? , - . J, -1 l , ) ''it 'J-'i . ' ' ' Ml i '.' '? ' V '. ? _~T - 7~., r'' ^ vf'- ' # I For D...
BRISBANE TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
BRISBANE TATTEKSALL'.S RACES. These races, p -stpoued;froin March 28, and run on Wcdnesd iy last, -resulted as under : — o Trial Handicap.— Truth 1, Suffolk Bill 2, Glen Beruie 3.' / . Flying Handicap.— Victoria 1, Cobb 2, Kaisorin 3. March Handicap.-- A mberito 1, Rever beration 2, Saracen o. Rosebud was a starter, a:id finish d fourth. . Welter Handicap.— Artful'.. (Aimer — Ardent) 1, Chokcr.2, The Marquis 3 Novice Handicap --Glen .Beruie 1, For tunier 2, Suffolk Bill 3. / ' Shorneliffe Handicap. — Melodian 1, Loauder 2, Iroquois 3. ? Mr. W. Rieli'irdsori havilig resigned, the Queensland Tiirf Club is ? advertising for a haiulicapper, afc a'saliiry of £250 pur annum ' , ' 1 : Count 55 iorowski, a well-known sports man, his boon kilted whilo nintor raoiiig iifcNice. Tile nieeh inieian uf tlie car was also killed;1 ? TlioiiiotSu'v-whicsii was going at the speed of 50 inilesan hour, ran full tilt against arock.- ''? ?; '? '
HAWKESBURY RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
11AW.KESBURY RACES. Saturday. Park Stakes. 4-Jew Boy, 7 -12, 1 ; Lord Cardigan; 6-7, 2 ; Zue, 7-8, 3. ?' ? - . Clarendon . Handicap. -v-Lady . Grafton, 4)-5, 1 Heyday, 7-7,' 2 ;;:Tfrllo;-7-3, 3.. . Nursery rlandii-ap.-— MufH'jr, 7-4. ? :1 ; Roautike, 6-10, ]2 ;? Streamlet, 7-7, Sfcf « Hawkosbury Handicap.— Silver Forest, 7-11, 1 ; Vocalist, - 7-11, 2 ; Skein .Dhu, .8-2, 3. :?,;?_ Welter Handicap — -Laconia, ? 8-7, 1; Lord Monmouth, 10-7, 2 ; Speechless, 9st, 3. '
PUBLIC SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
PUBLIC SEND-OFF. . On Thursday evening last botweon twenty iind' thirty leading residents . lissom blod at Jordan's- Hotel to bid faro well to ex-Alderman Fred. Carmont, the populai^inauagorS of ?JVIr. F.' G:' Crouch's recent biisiiiess in Casino'. Mr. Crouch havinsftlisposod of liisi, business to; Mr. .Matthew M'Cann, Mr.;:Carmont , decided to lbavo the district' for at. least some time ; hence the .assemblage of some; of his friends to say good-byo. The Mayor (Aid. L. E. Cope) occupied the chair, and road apologies'fpr.aljseneo from Aldermen Parker, Page, and Franoy, and Messrs.; F. - B. Tyrrell, G. M. Elliott, J. Grieve, C. P. Street, and -V. Carmont: - ? ?After;, partaking of an impromptu lunch, and honouring tho toast of 'The King,' the Mayor proposed the , health of ' Our Guest.'. Ho said , the present was an informal aiid hurriedly, arranged gathering, as thoro was not time ^ade quately recognise Mr. Carmout's worth as a .townsman. :Thoy .had somehow come to consider M r. Car...
Departure of Mr. F. Carmont. CHURCH FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
departure of Sir. F. I CHURCH FAREWELL. Tiik departure of Mr. Carmont (late manager for Mr. F. G. Crouch, of the Trade I'alnco), with his family, from Casino, was marked by a gathering of their many friends connected with the Presbyterian and Methodist congrega tions, to wish thorn farewell, on Monday ovoning, 30th March. The meeting took placo in St. Paul's Presbyterian Ciiuroh, aud tho Rev. J. Strang presided. The proceedings oponod with a hymn by tho assemblage, and addresses woro givon by Messrs. Clias. Cameron, D. Pollock, E. C. Uaynor, J. T^Cradick, A. Lyons, and W. G. Simpson, thoso being interspersed with a chorus by tho mombers of' tho choir and a solo by Miss Connor. Mrs. Strang, on bolmlf of the Liulios' Working Bee, in a fow well-chosen re marks, at this stage presented Mrs. Carmont with a beautifully bound Biblo, suitably inscribed, and a silver thimble ; for which .Mr. Carmont, on behalf of Mrs. Carmont, returned thanks. Mr. W. G. Maokuey, on bolialf of the C.E. Societ...
Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
7 ? T ' , Italliiia. ??At a mooting of the committee of the Balliua Bath* it was decided to amalgamate the two accounts at tho bank, thus wiping out the old overdraft ,of £24; and leaving a credit of about £40. Consideration was given to the question of enlarging and improving ?tlie. Baths, tho Government having given a special arant of £81, aud a committee was appointed to obtain necessary par-, ticulars nud estimate of cost. It is proposed (says the ' Beacon')-, to . extend- tho baths out for another 20ft., and build a substantial stonewall along the front (provided permission can. bo ob tained), and if the funds in hand will allow tlrs scheme to be carried out the baths promise to be a credit to the town by tho timo the swimming season conies round again. As the remit of being thrown out of a cart 011 Wednesday, two lads named Johnson and Carlylo were injured, the former rather badly. He was taken to the hospital, when it was found that lie had sustained a fracture of the skull, ...
News of the District. Greenridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
5 News of tlie District, : I ' (xj'rcitriilgc. (FIIOM Ol'lt t'OltliE il'ON'IIENT). Monday —A well attended mooting of ladies aud gentlomeu took place' at Scheilor's llall 011 Friday evening, to make final arrangements for tho annual picnic to bo held on Easter .Monday at Greeuridge. , Mr. J. H. C. Harper occupied tho chair. After tho minutes of the previous meeting wero read and confirinod, the treasurer (Mr. W. B. Cowan) read ii statoniout showing gross receipts of £9 I5s collected. Sub com mittees wore then appointed to carry out all details. The picnic promises to bo a great success. ..Tho recent rains havo dono a great' amount of good. There is now splendid food, and the crop* are coming on wejl.
Sporting Intelligence. ROUS RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
Sporting Intelligence, . ROUS RACES. Saturday. ?...:' ,r ??. ? ? Opening Handicap— Goebung 1, Tara 2, Norma 3. ? ? ? ' . Hack Race — SkilUtm 1, Trilby 2, Hil ii'ious 3. Rous Handicap — 'Norma and Tara dead lieafc (divided), Geebiing 3. Fanners' Race — Kalfir 1, Starlight 2, The Masher 3. .Highweight Hack Race— Trilby 1, Skillum 2, Hilarious 3. Farewell Handicap — Geoburig: 1.
Murderous Assault and Attempted Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 7 April 1903
.fliii'ileroiiti Assault and At tcmivtciD Suicide. The township of Pelaw Main, one of the new mining settlements to the South of Maitland, was thrown iiito a state of great excitement 011 Wednesday after noon by a report that a resident named John I'lober had murderously assaulted his wife and then cut his. own throat. It appears that Heber was in Maitland during tho afternoon, and it is said re turned ' homo under the influence of drink. No reason is given for the crime, although Heber was continually ' nag ging ' at his wife, and she had expressed to different people, that some day he would take her life.' On Hobor's return homo about 5 p.m. an altercation started between him and his wife. His daughter was at home at tho time, aud from what sho could tell it appears that Hober, in a fit of ungovernable rage, rushed at his wife with a-shingling ham mer, iind struck her with tlio blade 011 the right side of the head, inflicting a frightful'gasli It is thought I10 then turned the hea...
Broadwater. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
N ; „. . . ? : ? ? . Stroailwater. . After Many Years.— One night about 28 years, ago Mr. John Schaefer, of Braid water .'Mill, was passing a shooting salomi at Chatsworth Island, when by tlie carc less handling of a loaded saloon rifle nil the part of an individual Air. Schaefer was accidentally shot, the bullet entering his abdomen. The doctor who attended him . did n-t succeed in extracting tlio bullet, The wound healed, he felt no in convenience from the incident, and the matter was practically forgotten. Two months ago Mr. Schaefer suddenly be came very ill. and was immediately placed under Dr. Aluller, who, failing to relievo the sufferings of his patient by medical treatipen', resolved, after consultation with Vpi'.s. Tilley and Smith- Hoxier, to perform a most critical operation tn ascertain the cause of the trouble. Tlio operation .was accordingly performed on Friday. last by Dr. Midler, assisted by tho medical gentlemen before mentioned, the result of which was (says the L...
Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
[?] ' The 'Other day Messrs. ' and J. T. Miller, of North Creek, forwarded to tho liaili'na Creamery a sample of milk given by one Of their cows, 'for testing purposes. Two samples of the milk were carefujly with f.luV l'f.-oilh f-.hiih liiit-.li inivn l.lin same-— a. G'4 test. ? This is considered u record fbr'tlie Richmond River, says the '.Beacon.' ? Can any district dairyuum beat it;'/ 1- -The cow gives a daily average of five gallons of milk, an.l Air. Miller states she is by no means pure bred.
News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
; 1 Ne^S. of the District, , Ijismorc. Senior-Seroeant Tiitett is away on a well-deserved holiday. Holiday Train Service. — In connection with the frfi thcoining Easter holidays \vu (' Chronicle') haVe been requested to state that excursion fares will be chared to passengers by the ordinary trains°(iu j? rioay anil oaturtiay next, ami tliat the tickets will bo available for return on Tuesday next, thus giving excursionists the opportunity to spend two or three days away from homo without beiti' called upon to pay ordinary fare rates! Special arrangements have been made as usual for Easter. Monday. ('?] Mrs. .Jiiiie Alder, Wife of Air. Abraham 'Alder, of ' Goonellabah, who had boon failing for six or seven monihs, died on Friday evening, and was buried at the M'Lean Hidges Cemetery, IJallina-rnad. Mrs. Aider catne to Australia (says the ' Star') as far back as 1852, and, with lier husbiiiid, was iii business in Sydney for some years. She came to the Rich mond in 1874, being then a wi...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
' 1P5TJI POINT.- I ? ♦ ? EASTRltTfDB. Hot + lnius. Bioriinia to-night; Sports next Monday. Special church services - Alake'your show entries' early. . Nuntra sale a nronouiiced success. Oddfellows' ball on Easter Alonday night. - Mr. G. M. Wad-i, dentist, visits Ivyogle on Thurudiy. Annual .Baud meeting to be held on Thursday next. , . The military were to go into camp at 'iallina yesterday, The Victorian Parliament was pro rogued on Tuesday. Two new railway carriages arrived at Lismoro on Monday. Next issue of the .''ExpresV-'. on Easter Alonday morhitigi': Annual inoetinx of Casino Town B ind takes place on Thursday next For the future 'the Coraki mail will arrive in Casino everyday at 9 p. in The'' London . County Council's £5,000,000 loau has beeii covered twice over. ' ' ; The land revenue lit Armidale for the quarter ended March 31. was £2J,714 2s 4d. ' Sydney to attend the sho v of the Royal-. Agricultural Society.' ? ' frr '' ' A'dvertiseinents for next issue must reach the'...
The Approaching Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
The Approaching Shi»w. Indications are that the 28th annual exhibition .of tho R.R.A.H. and P. Society, to be held at Casino oil Wednes day and Thursday, 29th and 30th inst., will prove a highly successful function, notwithstanding the past severe season. The' Secretary (Mr. E J Bobiuson) is very active iu pushing matters, and it will not be his fault if . the number of ontries does not surpass those received for previous shows. The fact of trains running from Alurwillumbah and Lis-' more on the first day, and a special train from Lismore on the second day, will ensure numerous visitors who otherwise - could not attend The action, however, of the Lismore Chamber of Commerce, iu blocking a public holiday iu that town and district, is anything but fraternal.' Tho Alayor'of Lismore (Mr. W. Lockettv J. Pi) endorsed the proclaiming of the holiday; but those associated with the Chamber - of Commerce set theirf fo.ot upoii tlie proposal. In uriler that there shall- be no misunderstaudingas...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
Local and General News.. ? ? ?-+ ? ^ : Pictorial Supplement. — With this issue of 'the 'Express'' wo send out tho pictorial Supplement propared by Mr. John Sands, tlio well-known litho grapher, of Sydney. Memorial Service. -At the. Presby terian Church on Sunday morning next the. Rnv. J. Strang will deliver an ' In inotnoriam ' address on tlio late Major Genoral Sir Hector Alacdouald— the sail ending of a great career. Successful Auction Salk.— On Tues day Mr. J. B. M'Doiigall held a highly successful Salo of Mr. John Studders' dairy stock', horses, pigs, etc., at Nunga. The attendance was large, aud included buyers from all parts of .the district, and cows made up to £'1Q per head. . - Matrimonial.*- Miv E.: ,-M; Geikie, who has for upwards of two years boen stationed in Casino: as , ledger-keepor in the'.Bank of Now South Wales, loft last evening,'1 and-will in. the. 'Course of. a few days enter - tlie . .matrimonial-, estate. During his '.stay: in Casino Mr. Geikie has made many ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
Catarrh is Always tiik Rksiii.t ova neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough He medy will not cure catarrh, but will c'je the cold aud ho prevent tliat disagree''8 malady. This remedy not only relieves tlie local irritation of the throat and lungs, I™ removes tho causes of thedisi-aseil coiidiHo''. .It leaves the system iu a natural and ln»l' ]i condition. It always ciuvs aiiij cares quick)}'. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it.
The Sugar Rebate Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
Tlie .Sugar Kcliatc (tucslioii. A^ iippbrfcant cusa was , boforo Air. Ranking, police magistrate, at Brisbane,, last week, when W. E. Tremearne,' re presenting the Benowa'sugar plantation; was charged by the Ciistoms'and Excise Department with (1) making an untrue statement, viz., 'that no labour other' than white labour had been employed on land On which cano was grown, in re spect of which a rebate was claimed : (2). producing to a Customs officer :n, de-. claration which ivas untrne ; (.')) rnis-^ ?leading the Customs officer 'in' the dis charge of his 'duty. Air; Lukin appeared for tlie prosecution, and Mr. Feez for the defence. . Tremearne used black labour on the lalid known as the Benowa plantation, and, although he did not- use black labour , for planting the particular cane on which a rebate was . claimed, black-: labour was used on a ' white' rogistered plantation ; .'and the Customs therefore' contended that he forfeited his right to a rebate. Tremearne received tlio re b...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 April 1903
-; IC\B2ICA I. XEWS. Women ix tub Majoritv. — The Federal electoral lists for the 16 out of 2o, State constituencies, within the metropoliton area of Victoria, have been completed, and show that the women electors can completely control i flie.se sears, jlu oniy one eicuioiaie are male electors in the majority. The voting power of the 16 electorates is ? made up of 60,768 males and 70,786 females. The Mothek-in-law. — ' The tribunal of the Seine, Paris, has just given a queer judgment in the case of a hus band and wife seeking a divorce. The origin of the family squabbles ap pealed to be a mother-in-law. After summing' up, the Courf postponed pronouncing judgment of divorce for six months, in order to give the couple an opportunity to make another attempt to find conjugal happiness, advising the expulsion of the mother in-law meanwhile. CliUKT.TY TO A ClIIf.D AT SlNGLETON. — Consequent on the adverse criti cism of the press and of residents of Singleton and other quarters with re ga...