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BALLINA RACES. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

BALLINA RACES. Monday. ; Opening Handicap of ,£12, 6 furlongs. — Master Dan ton, 7-2, 1 ; Geebung, 8-13, 2 ; Choir Girl, 9st, 3. Hack Race of £5, 6 furlongs.— -Trilby I, Skellum 2, Kaffir 3. Easter Gift Handicap of £20, 1 mile.— Master Danton, 7st, 1 ; Norma, 8-10, 2. Welter' Hack Race of £5, 6 furlongs. —Commodore 1, Trilby 2,. Skellum 3.. ? Farewell Handicap of £8, 6 furlongs. — Norma, 8-7, 1 Goebuiig, 3-12, 2 ; Uralla, 9-5,3.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Sporting Intelligence. A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Sporting Intelligence, , v A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Second Day — Monday. Flying Handicap. — Ambulauce 1, Mar vel Loch 2, Lady Laura 3. . i Maiden Shakes. — Notlios 1, Postulate 2, Mechlin 3. Champagno Stakes.— Kilfora. l, Har vest Lad 2. Emir 3. . ? I The Sydnby Cur, a handicap sweep stakes 'of 2!) sovs. each, with 2000 sovs. added: tho second horso 300 sovs., and tho third 150 sovs. Two miles. J. Northern's Stroet Arab, byJewel . ler— Pirouette, 5y , 6.12(Hiokey)... 1 J . Brown's Patronage, by Grand Flaneur — Olga, 8.4 (M'Criinmon)... 2 W. H. Mate's Bewitchor, by Grand Flaneur — Witchory, 6 7 (Aspden)... ,3 Eighteen started. Betting; 5 to 2 Patronage, 6 to I Great Scot, 9 to 1 Be witcher, 12 to 1 Street Arab, 14 to 100 to 1 others. Great Scot and Sir Leonard made the pace a cracker from tho start, but six furlongs from' home Great Scot shook his companion off.' At the half liiile the riderless Simile took charge of the field, and at the three-furlongs was chased by Street Arab and Gr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

1*1 TU ANI- POINT. Winds westerly. Weather becoming wintry. Holidays passed aud gone. Look out for May and Oo.'s advt'. next week. Entries for Casino Sho\y close to morrow ; Very l.-u-g.' attendance at Sydnoy'Show each day. ^ Snowfalls have occurred in all ..parts of England. ' Christ . and Labour'— Cliurcli of England, Sunday evening next. . The attendance on Goo. I Friday at the Sydney Show, A'as close on 60,000. ' llainornie Meat Works will commence work next month for a short season. Mr M. M 'Lean, formerly engineer; in charge of tho Clarence Heads- works, .is dead. The Clarence bar carries a. depth of 1!) feet. This is the deepest it lias been for years. . Sir John Seo says the country is to be run by Parlinnent, and' not by news papers. ? A river steamer has arrived at Walgett, and is at present unloading her cargo there. ' -, The Dorrigo is getting on. It. is' now to have police quarters aud a two ceils lockup. Mr. Polic-t 'Sub-Inspector' Johnson, of Grafton, has been promote...

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THIS WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

THL WEA'fllEIt. ? ? MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.. BRISBANE, Thursday. . New South Walrs.— Fine generally, with oool'iiigbt8 ; clouds will form. along ? the southern border under tho in'fliionee of ' llodgman,' and later on showers will oucur. v ^ ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

* Local and Greaeral Nsws. Tenders. —Intending tenderers are advised that tenders for tho erection of Methodist Church at Kyoglo close to morrow' (Saturday),- April 18th, and oil tMonday eVeniiu next a meeting will be held at Kyogle for tho consideration of all teuders received. ' ?;,Thb; Oominu Show.— Matters in con nection with tlie coining Casino Annual Show are progressing .favourably; and everything poiiits'to a very successful affair. Already' some GO'J entries have been received, and each day swells the number. We would remind intending exhibitors that entrioa close to-morrow (Saturday), 18th April. A list of addi tional special prizes is published in this issue. University Examinations. —The Rev. C. Barker has received instructions from the JJniv.ersity of Sydney- to take steps necessary for holding a local examination in connection with tho forthcoming Junior Public Examination, which be gins 8th June next. Any. of the district school teachers who are preparing chil dren fo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Advertisements. WALK UK'S RICHMOND & TWEED DIRECTORY ALMANAC. PRICE Is. at all Booksollers and News Agent3, and post froo for Is &-1 from tho publisher. J. P. F. WALKER, v Crusado Printing Office, Lismore. . JJI A R M. ' F O R ;S A L E. M,l?0R'.S'ALB,^t-ir6 Portiotufrip l)oep Crtiek, oontaiiiiug'ISii aeres aiid 188 .acres rcspee tively— iii all 344 acres. 'All fenced and otherwise' improved ; permanent supply .of ' water.. Will lie sold in one lot,, or separa tely.''- For further particulars apply to W. J. LIS USE, Owner, on' the Premises. R. A.- H. '& P.' SOCIETY. TENDERS are invited for the Right to .Supply Breakfast and - Luncheon for the Cominitteo during, Show Diys. '. . Tenderer to state price pen head, sixty for luncheon guaranteed. - Tenders' will close on FRIDAY, tho 17tli Instant ut 4 p. m. , aud must ' be ' endorsed and addressed to the Secretary, .. E. J. ROBINSON, Secretary. rjp 0 B U I L D E R S. TENDERS,, are invited for Erection of BUILDING oh...

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Editorial Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

JHilitoriu! Couimeiits. Castn'Q is to receive a visit from' the Goyernor of this tstate during next month. The programme of his visit to the Clarence and this district appears in this issue, niid it will be^ seen by that that' he w ill arrive in Casino on the 12th Alay and leave again the. fol lowing , morning. We consider the tinie set' down for the Governor's ar nviil at, and departure from, Casino is most inopportune, and entirely pre cludes the general ptiblio from seeing or hearing him. True, he will be en tertaiued at a bauquot iu the evening, but there are few who would be able to pay for admission to such, aud it is in reference to such people that allu sion is made. When such a high offi cial visits a country town — aud it is not often such occurs — the people look forward to being able to see him and to hear a few words from him. In this the people of Cnsino will be dis appointed on this occasion, as. the re presentative of our King will arrive about 6 p.m., and depart ear...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

y; ? =7 ^ It is expectod that Mr. Chaiiiberlnin | will pay a visit to his mother-in-luw at | Danvers'(U.S.A.) next summer. | , It is reported that a dozen Australia'' who wore prepared to invest £30, 000 in | South African farms, uro returning homo i iu disgust. , £ ; Ciui.ukkn When Tkkthimi Imvu more | or less dint rlioeu. This should he cunti'ulM | nnd call lie, by giving Cliamlierlain'a Colif, m Cholera and Diurrliueii 1'omedy. livery g household should liavu a buttle ut I',''1'- i Get it to-day. It may 4'nve a life. Sold I;/ g A. C. Siinpson, Cuuiiio., i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., - ' A rp.h i t.ftp.h Woodlaiik-Stiiket, .Lismoke, Eight Years' Experience witli two . leading Sydney Architects;' ' Plans and Speolflcations'on Reasonable TerniB TTISITS CASINO.EVERY THURSDAY, V and may be consulted at Stikuess. Hotel. The Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. ; Casino, Friday, April 17, 1903.

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Propose Visit of the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

l*roi»«Nc-l Visit of tlie . Govern The following programme in con nection with the visit of His Excellency the Governor to the North Const dis tricts, seut. to the member for the dis trict. 1ms been handed to ns for pub lication for the information of the general public: — Tuesday, 5th May. — Leijve Sydney. afternoon or evening. Wednesday, Oth. — At sea. Thursday, 7th. — Arrive Clarence River. Public welcome on arrival Grafton noon, open Show 12.45 fol lowed by luncheon ; attend Mechanics' Institute concert. aud social same even ing. . Friday, 8tli. — Levee at. 11; after wards drive round city, luncheon nt ?racecourse mid witness races j banquet atnight. ? Saturday, 9tli.— Leave Grafton early and visit, lower river towns (say Ul tnarrn, Brushgrove, Lawrence, ami Maclean), putting up,for the night at Chatsworth. Sunday, 10th. — Drive from Clinfs wortli to Coraki ; stay latter place for night. Monday, 11th.— Leave Coraki for Baliiiin'by launch, calling if desired nt Wopdburn, Broadwat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

' B- 83 AT II.. HILL. — At Ununigar, on the lltli April,' 1903, M. O. K. Hill, oldest son of T. H. , .M. Hill and Anne Hill. ji.\ata:8.v«B2. CORDINER— NORTHCOTT.— Feb. 28th. at the residence of the bride's sister, Airs W, F. Selden, ' Corrioarrac-k,' Mosnian, by the Rev. F. W. Hyues, Rev. R. Cot ' diner, M.A., of Cowpjr, to A la, youngest daughter of tlvj late Henry Northeott, of ' Milbrook,' Ulniarra, Clarence River.

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Boy Lover's Tragic End. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Hoy Lover's Tragic KimI. SlTiVKKDAi E, a mining village near Newcastle untler-Lyne, North Stafford shire, furnishes details of a remarkable boy Jove tragedy. A workman walking along the line found the decapitated body of a youtli. subsequently identified ns Albert- Bed roll, njjed 16 years, who had worked in the mines, and lived with his parents in the village. A pencilled note on a leaf torn from a porket-book, found in a pocket, rend as follows: — ' I won!t bother you with her name, because I am not sure yet. I hope mother will take it all right. .1 am working slow to make sure, but she draws my eye. I tell you it is not very often like that, but it is so. I will wait and send you the result of my affair. If she should say ' No,' I shall make my time short here, fori cannot stand it. Mother thinks it is temper, but she. is sadly mistaken; If she knew how it bothered my head she would be dift'ereut.' The note -was signed 'Chic,' nnd on the other side of the paper appeared these wor...

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Weekly Calender. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Weekly OaleiMlat*. . , . s . APRIL.' 'r-'-:'-'. \ ' a . H. . WATEH ia'i'i-'i' ' 'V % I Sydney. S'&'i a. ' -S « cq ! — ; ? *3 isll ^ a - ' I-'-'. § J- iM'or.—Aft.' A ~ i 'I ® 1 3' '3 !'? '? ? 'V ' II. M.lll. M. II. Al.', P.M.) A. M.jll; M. II. M. 17 F.'- I I 55 G 18'5 31 9 39 10 3311150 18 S 1 1 55 G lSllo 30 1029 II 20 1215 1240 I9'S 1 1 55 (i 205 28 11 20 P.M. I ll .141 -20!M 1 1 54 (i - 20 3 27 a.m. 12 44 ;2 14 2 4tj 2li'JJ II 54 1) 21 5 26 12 12 1 '2'2 '3 17 3 4; , 22 \V 1 1 54 6 225 25 1 0 159 '4IB.4-M 23 Th 1154|(» 23 5 23| 2 0 - 2 34 =51 1 53? ' PlIASKS OK TUB Moov. . Last Quarter, April 20, 7.30 ii.in.

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Mr. O'Sullivan and the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Mr O'SiiIlivau ami tlie CJn- I employed. B ? A deputation' from the unemployed waited upon the State Minister for Public Works to request that certain public works should be started to nb sorb Those iwho ; were unable to find ? work'-'eise-vhere; ?' Tt was stated tbnt the deputation represented about 2000 strong, '.'.'able-bodied /'.men, capable of earning; : the' niiiiinium wage of 7s n day. Mr. . O'Sulliyait promised relief as soon as the wnter .-conservation and road -works, which lie anticipated carrying out, were commenced; in -the meantime, he -would, if possible, give some of the men 'employment in rota tion. In the-; course of his remarks, t he Minister got, at cross purposes with a member of the deputation, saying : — ' You -were shaking, very inflamma tory speeches at. Hie statue the other day. f have this from a police report. You will have to be a little more mod erate in- your lan'guage,- ns this is no time for talk, but a time of anxiety for those who have to try to li...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

GKNBSfltAI/ NE*VS.'; ' The sensational yield of 490oz. of gold' from 13 tons of stone taken from the Bark Hut field near Gnndagai, is tii«' solo topic of conversation. The general strike of mniiloyeos in Rotno, following upon a printers' . strike against the employment of free labour, is almost-ended. . It is stated that two attempts have ha n made to burn tho shed in which the Anierici Cup defender, Reliance, is l)i-in-r linilfc When asked if the Government, sup- ' ported the retrenchment scheme outlined at Cowra Mr. Wuddell said signifi cantly : 'I outlined what I thought would bo necessary.' Both as regards numbers and interest, . the Salvation Army Easter Congress in the Hyde Park tent is proving an uri qualifittd siu'cess. , ? Cavanoiioh's Livkr Tonic never fails to. , iivc relief, in all liyer and kidnny complaints. For sale at all stores.'* Sir Edmnnd Barton, tho Prime ? Minister, will tour the Hunter electorate about the 20th instant, closing his meeting at West Maitland on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

mHE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI ™ GATION COMPANY, Limited bxpr K'ss ( ' Passenger and Cargo Service Belwoen tl.a MOHMOND RIVER and fpHE fast and powerful JL acreiv Steamships BAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST, GEORGE Are now running a Tri-'weekly Service, ? jenvin-f Svdney TUESDAY, THURS DAY and SATURDAY. unci leaving CORAKI on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and FRIDAYaboul 12 o'clock (noon . ? ,, The fine steamer It A MORN [E now making regular weekly trips -has a. rofm Berating chamber eqnalvio OO-.i tr.nfe cnnucity. is ll»ht«d\ througtymt Wth electricity, v.*ntil«tin-4 fans in the Salooli;' and all modern improvements;- ? The ? ' OAKMp Will make Weekly Trips to the Richmond: River, calling at Newcastle coming North. lutendiii' Passengers can en»a»e Berths on Tomki/St. George, or Ramovnie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to, -Lis-, more, where Saloon plans may.be seen. It 18 specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local Manager, at Curaki, who will i...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Local and' General News. Official Couhespoxdknce. — The following from the Chief Secretary's office to Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., has been handed to lis for publication 'I am directed by the Chief Secretary to iufrom you that liis Excellency. the Governor, with the advice of the Exe cutive Council, has been pleased to appoint Thursday, 30lh April 190.5, to ! be a public holiday in the Electoral District of the Richmond, and that the necessary proclamation under the 17th section of the ' Bank and Bank Holi day Act, 1898,' has been duly pub lished in tlie ' Government Gazette.' It is requested that you will not again ask for a Thursday to be proclamed as a public holiday.' Mo.numkxt to Biiet Haih e. — To mark the resting place of the late Bert Harte in Fritnley Churchyard, Surrey, there has just, been erected a massive and costly monument. His grave is in the north-eastern part of tho churchyard. Round it have been planted a number of young fir trees. The monument, consists of a massive sl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Special AavertlseinantB. ; Absolutely PAINLESS 'Dentistry. Dental Surgeon, Wamcbii-strkkt, Casino, Next to Mr. .T B. M'Dungiill's Office Late of Edinburgh and Paris, E.D.F. # # # Diploma of the French Dental School ' A SPECIALITY, Genuine Modern Dentistry. MR. GRAY having 1 1 ad n large experience i:i Cold Crown mid liritlge Work, Pivoting of Teeth on their Natural Routs, ic., informs intending patients tliat they inuy have this eiasa of work dune on tlie most Modern anil Scientific Principles. Tekth by Suction, mounted on suction plates iuUold, I'lutimim, and Vulcanite. — Teeth Scaled.— Stoppings done on the Latest Principles in Gold and Plastic Fillings : TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY BY NITROUS-OXIDE GAS, &c. Mil. Giiay holds Certificates from leading Practitioners both in .Edin burgh and Paris, and has had over ten years' experience in Dentistry. Therefore patients may rely upon having dental operations performed iu the most skilful manner. # =£ # Note the Address : Next to...

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Dining as a Fine Art. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Dining as a Fine Art. In nominally Roman Catholic France even some of the lukewarm Catholics eat ' maigre ' on a few days within tlie peiiod preceding Easter, and, as is well known, Paris butchers shut up their shops and take a holiday on Good 'Friday. It appears, however, from the statements of the Paris corres pondent of the London 'Telegraph ' that the demand for Lenten fare in good restaurants is no longer so con siderable as was formerly the case, when tish dinners were prepared on a splendid scale throughout the period of penitence. Recently a noted caterer was questioned on this subject of Len ten fare, and. his remarks are worthy of attention. This authority is evi dently a pessimist and a praiser of the past. He thinks, in the first place, that French people no longer know how to eat, and that they are losing all relish for artistically-prepared food. Everybody is too busy, too hurried nowadays to devote much time to eat ing, and few people gives their orders beforehand. Fo...

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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

.ilctcorological Iiit'orinatioii. ;? -The following aro the ? observations of temperature and rainfall in Casino, taken by tho Telegraph Master at 0 a.m. each day, for the week ended April liith : — -\ . Maxim. , Mim. r-.:.r.ii ; DatB* Shade. Shnde. Ila,nfl111 Friday, April 10 81* i 60' : 0-05 Saturd'y, April 1 1 7S- ; 55' I 0 (10 Sunday, April 1*2 . -7'.)' i 55' j. . O'OO Monilay, April 13 83' I G2' ; O'OO ''Tuesday, April 14 83; !?' 42- ; 0 00 Wednes; April 15 '. SO' ' 40' I' O'OO Tliursd'y, April 16 7!)'' ' 45'' O'OO Average ? ...... !' ;80'S5,./ 5l.-28 . ? Total rainfall;..;';'...........'...'. 0'05

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