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

* ';:-:'feentist'^-4n ,a^ Brandies. * . Your TEETH, the first Organs of Digestion, don't/: ! ; * negleet them. They iare health to you, and. rest cii : * 1 cold winter nights. ' * Don't procrastinate ' When you can have'- them * carefully 'attended to .at MORTIMER'S, at. * Reasonable Prices. ' ' , * ^ ^ y - ? ? * Extractions Painlessly by -the ;aid . of Nitrous-Oxide -. # . -Gas. . Local Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &c., ? # when required. * Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fillings. CASINO .PHARMACY. .'';j G. J~MORTIMER, : Oliomist and Dentist, 'i : ; 5 ' . BARKER STREET. ' J Prescriptions ? Carefully Compounded. \i Dental Work has my Careful Attention. j ? ? : ? 6 * . # Orders Promptly Attended To, # # j Drugs, '' Me&iciiies, **ScgI ' |» ' ? ; ^ ? ? ? ? ? piir'*! - - - # ' ?: ' If or Drugs,-. Patent ' Medicines,- - Babies'' Foods ?? ? ' ?Feeding Bottles, Perfumery, 'Brushware,. Toilet # ; ' Soaps, Tooth Powder, Tooths'1 'Paste, ? Tooth # Brushes, Sponges ' * ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

A Citizen's Story. Told bv a Casino Citizen for the Benefit of Casino People. The greatest importance attached to 11 t*iio_ following is that it concorns 11 Casino resident. It would lose throo- p quarters of its iutorest if it involved | some resident of Bourke or Albury. | Like all testimony which has appeared t here and will follow about Dnan's j Backache Kidney Pills, it conies from | residents, fellow-citizens, and neigli- ^ hours. No othor remedy can show j, such ..a record of home cures. Kend ^ this caso ; | Mr. John Hall, Swamp-street, Casino, I bhj'b— -' For a number of years off and | op I have been 11 sufferer from kidney | trouble. The urine was in a very Imd | state, being high iti colour and con- j tiiining a reddish sediment, but my !-: back, just across the small of it, was by f far the worst. The pains were torrible, | iii fact sometimes 1 could scarcely got T about ut all, and as to stooping it wns r next to impossible. One day I was f very bad, and a friend notici...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Richest Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

The Richest Mail. E The richest mail in the world to day is an American miner. He has made every dollar he i's worth work ing American mines. He is not much past the prime of live, and he was elected to the Uuiled States Senate from Montana only a few months ago. His name is William A. Clark. He wmtto the Rocky Mountains about. 35 years ago, with 110 other capital than good health and a pretty fair education, and to-day he lias more wealth than any other individual in all the world has ever possessed — has so much wealth that the .Rotchschilds, the Yanderbilts, and the Carnegies are poor men compared with liini. Lie made his great wealth in - Montana, but it is the Lnilcd Verde Mine of Arizona that constitutes- the bull; of his fortune. ' It is claimed to repro. sent a calculable gross to-day exceed ing live billion dollars.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
World-Wide Rescue Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

World- Vl'iile l&eseuc Sclienic. Ix an interview published in the ' New York World,' General Booth expresses a strong desire for tlie establishment of an international uni versity for the study of social science, with main establishments ? in London and'New York and branches in Mel bourne, Toronto, Berlin, Paris, and elsewhere, from which thousands of Salvation Army workers could be sent out every year, skilled in every method of rescuing hnmaii beings from desti tution and crime. The General says : — ' Every Jay we have new evidence that this vast work, which lies beyond the power of Governments and organ ised Churches, should not depend much longer 011 the accident of indivi dual experience, but should bo carried on by men aud women selected for intelligence and devotion, and speci al^' trained. 'The seelliing, swelling sea of wretchedness and desperation existing in England, America, and elsewhere is a menace to the homes of the nations. We must organise the science of hu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Iflow t» n ai'il [OU'.n BSilioiis Altncii. With most people who arc subject to bilious attiiuks.'lieailac'ho is the first indiua- , tiou of tlio dlsciCsti,- aud if Chaiulutrlaiu's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets aro taken %ut (inoi1, and little -f'i'\'l and an meat .cnten for a. day nritw-s tliu utbivk- niuy- in . most cases ho w.mlo-l off.i- i'.Just Wliat Yim Noed.' . Only I /i. .S:-!d liy A. C. Sinipsmi, Cudiuo. ... : Advertisements. ' ' ' ' j^j- 0 T , I C IS. FOR HIRE, a- ^DOUBLE-SEATED BUGGY, with or without horses.. Orders loft at Mr. (i: Cumining's.will bo attended to;1 The I Undoiyignod. ^.liogs to notify itho public of Casiuo -aiid' sun'omidin1' district that lie U tlio ON^LY AUTHORISICD AGICNT for tho. ALt'A' LAVAL' ? SIfiPA'?' RATOKS til Cilaiiio; through J. M. Smii.kik, LisnuiR'. : , , : A. -P! NEILL, JJ O. S I' I T. A L ; B . A L L. A MEET-INO'-'of Ladies willing to assist in tho Organisation Of llio Annual Biill in aid .of tho Casino Hospital wjll bo hold in tho Library '(if ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

[?] 1 Tho regular mooting of tlio local 'Municipal Council wjis hold in tlio Town Mall on Tuesday evening last,, t|io fol lowing members being in attendance : — The Mayor (Aid. L. E. Copo), and Alder men P(ige, Balzer, iStitz, Rayner, and Frost. Tho minutes oflast rognjar and special ineetings woro read, and on the 'motion.. of Aid. Stitz, seconded by Aid: Balzer, confirmed. COBltBSFOKDRKUB. Tlio correspondence was road, recei ved,! and ordered to be dealt witli, 'on' f lie motion of Aid. Balzer, seconded by Aid. Stitz, and consisted of. the following: — From tho Murwillumbali Council,, with', reference to co-operation for tho estab-; lishment of a District Court and'Sunvoy Oflico at Casino, stating that the Council had already agreed to co-operate with i Lismore for tho same purpose. . i ' From Mr. R. Pyers, M. P., acknow ledging Council's letter re cost of drain age works, and stating that lie .would presont the letter to tho Minister' and ask to have the required information supp...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Treasurer's Cowra Speech [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Treasurer's Gotyrn Speechi Incidentally during an interview granted to the 'Evening News' representative, on Saturday, the Pre mier mentioned the now famous ? utterance of the State Treasurer nt Cowra. ' You can take it serionsly from rne,' said Sir Jchn, that whnt ever;policy' or .course of procedure the ? p? Government intends to adopt will be | mnde.abundantly clear when Pnrlia J ment meets. Parliament is the sup , reme authority and should have the ; ' first intimation of whatever the in j- 1 tcntioiis of the Government may be. | Parliament will meet early. We have : not- been in recess very long, and only f ®br. by sitting late were we able to get : through the measures we did. I look l&j'iY . upon . some of these gentlemen in 'i&p-. Opposition as political cuckoos, who jhfp '? will lay- their eggs iu anybody's nest, ? |4:: so long as they can make capital oat - of it. The early meeting of Parlia ; ment means early enough to meet | jjrl nil public requirements. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Circus Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

A Circus Sensation. Hbrji Pag f. the strong man, who is nightly exciting the admiration of the patrons of Messrs. Fitzgerald Bros.' Circus, Bejmore Park, by the manner in which he overcomes one ot' the lions in contests of strength, gave n more realistic exhibition than usual 011 Wednesday iiight, when the animal got angry, and attacked him. At the conclusion of the encounter, however, the honours were all with the man, for Pagel's strength enabled him to defeat the animal. Pagel had some difficulty 'with liis act in the afternoon, the lion being sullen and bad-tempered. In the evening, when lie entered the cage the temper of the beast, which is a very large one, had not improved. Pagel failed to catch hold of him at the first attempt, and the lion, running romid him, made a spring nt the strong man, its claws tearing the bearskin, which Pagel wears round his body. The great, tent was packed, and there was a scene of great excitement during the short but. desperate struggle be tween...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

€0 ItKESPOIN'DEXCE. (To the Editor of Out litchiiwml River Kxprexx.) Silt,— Having noticed an article from your Ballina correspondent iu your last week's issue of the' ' Express ' re testing of 'ii co'w 'iti that- district, 'I wish to state that! some few years ago Coii'ghrail'IJro'i., of ' yVoodside, had a; heifer that tested 8 2, ancl gave three, gallons: a day. The heifer was 2j months old, at the time of testing.'' and;. lnui been milking eight months, and was on|y grass fed. She was a grade' Jersey. The hoifor was tested at tho Casino Factory, and the result published in tho ' Express ' I take, it that .your Ballina corres spohdoiit'seut the result of his test as a challenge. I fancy this cow. could beat theirs easily,, so if you thiiik it worth while I would like you to publish this. — Yoiirs truly, W- G. CououitAN'H. Queensland Road, Casino, 16/4/03. p

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

. H^ogle. . 1 April 13. — A welcome change lias taken place in this district, and grass is now in abundance. Farmers aro busily engaged putting in winter feed. A good deal of sickuess is prevalent around here, three of the Hill family, of . Unuingiir, being very ill and under the care ol Dr. Stewart. While writing, word was brought iu that Mr. W. Hill was buiied on Friday. His end will be regretted by all who knew him. He was 31 ^ears of age. The other members of the family are progressing as well as can be' expected. Mr. D. Duff is away for the purpose nf entering the matrimonial estate. We all wish him every happiness in mart iod life. Mr. J. Triliey has purchased for Queensland clients the chestnut mare Rpna ; Abna ; the brown gelding Edgar, by 'Uabba— Ellin,' from the Wyangarie Co. ; and the brown filly Tenapuatiii, from the Kyogle Co. Mr. G. Wilson is erecting a shop for Mr. Ilorsley, to be used as a bakery, and Mr. Wyatt is erecting a baker's oven for Mr.' E . N. Larkin. Ou Mo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Only it Personal Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Oiilv it Personal Oitiniou. ,j ? ''i'liu State Treasurer, Mr. T. Wnd- ^ dell, has at last partially defined liis k| position in connection withj the Cowra R| speech. 'After outlining ^ lis -remarks ^ as. to the Government'^ intention to Kg await devi'lopments, before arranging .H the finances for the year . beginning ou July 1st next, lie said,, m conyersation Hj| with a reporter.:— 'Then, speaking ^ for. myself, I wont on ; to say how it would be necessary . much as. I '? regretted to say so, to ask tlie ? Civil Service to ^contribute some- ? thing froin their, sainries in order to ,-H help theiGovcrutnent'to pass . through K a 'most trying time.' H This .utterance, by Mr. Waddell was H giveu after a conference, probably con- , H vened by the Premier, iti Sit' John H See- s officii on Saturday, at; which, Hi besides the heii'd of - tlie Governiiieut, Hj Messrs. Waddell^ Crick; and F. B. H Sufctor were present. !j It was,' seen, ? therelore, that the .staferaent wns .in H accbrdutic...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lady Macdonald and Son. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Luily .l»t;il»:iiil(l and Pi! i OR to the meulion of Laly Mac donald's iiiuiie iu collection with the fuueral arriiiigeinents of. her distin guished hiisbaudjiit was popularly sup posed in this parfcof. the world that Sir Hector' was- a 'bachelor, and more than one young Australian ladv would have been willing' to give her heart to the, celebrated: -soldier. Sir Hector, however,; was .married when a non commissioned ; officer, ? aud one son was borti lis the fruit of the mar riage. It is said, however, that Airs. Alacdonald, as she was then; did noo appreciate, sufficiently 'the honour of being the: wile of a . simple soldioiy with no rank, and1 that, the resulting do mestic infelicity caused them to live apart. The son'. .was (being, educated under his ftithei 's direction -iii an Biift lish .town; where Lady Macdonald also lived. Rumour had, it that when Sir Hector :rose , to fame , and-' distinction her ladyship was ready :to atone for past' neglect, but. the1 General was uu , wi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

It ^V,'VNPD0,l.l:S, l^'l/MONIU BAliSAM IS tllO licat reniHily you canftake;for' cinightj| colils,! and all cheat' and luiig, troubles.; Sold lit' all

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 April 1903

Batest *3SPe'wsT , .-'?? ' [BY TELEGRAPH.] ? i LONDON. Tuesday. i' Tick Spanish flagship Roina Clu'istiimij, || ? which was sunlc at Manila in tho war with America, has boon refloated. Thfe ! skeletons of 80 of hor crew were found in tho vessel. Though the hull was ! penetrated by 15 shells the vessel was scuttled before she was abandoned. : l„ ftn attack by Moorish rebels on i\ Frajana 41 of the garrison defenders were killed and 24 wounded, Subso nuently the fortress was captured. Ihe ^ Morocco Pretender controls the: whole ? of tlio Kill district. . 1 General l'ienaar, who surrendered at !« Koomati Poort . during the Boer war, i nnd was afterwards internod m Por |i twill, has .latterly been ii) monetary !i difficulties.' The General, who pro-., I ceeded to London,- was treated so gener ously that he shed tears, ..especially at Mr. Chamberlain's kindness- in . assisting liini back to Johannesburg. ' ... John Morely, M.P , speaking at Mont rose, protested against, the cost . of mil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Snake Poison. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

Snake Poison. If has always been regarded as a great feather in the cap of St. Pat rick that lie banished all the snakes out of Ireland, but latter developments show that' his action was too previous, as snakes are now a great assett to any nation, nnd New South Wales can uow regard them as a valuable item iii iiui uki^uiu^iu icauuiutn. Lilt* next time you see a snake, oii ho ac count get. a stick to kill it, as it's the worst, use you could put it to: but] catch it alive (carefully, or it may be come profitless to you), and extract the poison from its fangs into a pickle bottle. When you have collected the bottle full of snake venom, you can take any kind of a holiday you like as the contents are worth about £5000 to science. What for is a secret ; but when you have the money you need not trouble about its ultimate use. It may be required for a new species of telegraphy, or a drug for t ljc-se who have exhausted the power of opium, or anarchy may have some scheme for denuding the t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marram Grass as a Fodder Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

Ulnrrain tiruss as a Fodder Plant. . Mil. Ho-mjiei.gaard, of Rrookwell, Edge Hill (says the ' Cairns Post') some time ago received a parcel of Marram grass from the Mossinan, and has now about five acres planted at his place. ' He says tlie stock prefer it to any ot her grass, leaving couch and pas palum for it at- any time. It grows readily in water and can therefore be uocu iu i cuiii i hi rttwuujjy ^ruuiiu. j lie first lot he planted in a boggy spring and from this lie has planted out. In favourable weather the grass, which reaches tho height of about 8ft., can be cut into chaff, and if the chaff is scat tered like grain and ploughed in it will grow. On that, portion of his land which is accessible to stock the marram grass is not allowed to reach a height of more than a few inches, as horses and cattle keep it down short, but Mr. Hommelgaard lias two acres which he intends to keep clear of stock until he can progagate from it. Once fairly established this grass will kill all oth...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mud Bath. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

A Mud Itatli. Ax accident of an extraordinary character occurred at Thalaka, Boo roorpan. Mr. John Ross being desiri- 1 ous of hauling out a length of wire netting which was stretched aross a small tank, proceeded to the spot with a ljjng chaiu and a horse. The tank had dried up, and there1 was a crust of. dry mud on the apparent bottom of it. One end of the chain was harnessed to the horse, and Mr. Ross took the other end to fasten it to the netting. Just as he was about to throw the chain over the netting he sank through the crust of mud into a mass of sludge, up to the armpits. There was no one in sight, and Mr. Ross was in a terrible dilemma. To get out of his difficulty he held on tightly to the chain, and called to the horse to get up. The horsere sponded, aud gave such a, steady pull that Mr. Ross was slowly but surely dragged out,. Had Mr. Ross thrown the chain out of his reach, or had tlie liorse pulled sharply, and jerked the chain out of his hai ds, he must cer tainly hav...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Long-lost Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

Long-lost B-au gliter. An extraordinary case of mistaken identity is puzzling the inhabitants of the important towns of Piasencia (Ca ceres). Nine years ago Maria Guadalupe, the daughter of a well-to-do farmer, disappeared, and as nothing more was heard of her she was given up for lost. Two years ago a young woman hawk ing ribbons came into town, and was recognised by old acquaintances of Maria Guadalune as the missinsr nel son. , - The new comer protested that she was not. the' Maria Guadalupe, but Felipa Ruiz, a native of Marcelo Mu nez. But her denials were of no avail, and the relatives insisted on her' tak- ing possession of the heritage left by Maria's father. Subsequently she married a young farm servant. A few days ago a woman made her appearance in Piasencia claiming to be the real Maria Guadalupe. Opinions are now divided between her and Felipa Ruiz, who insists that she is not Maria. She has now beeu ar rested, and her marriage and succes sion to the property are declared...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Butter and Milking Contests. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

Uiitlcr and IVlilliiug Coiilei--(s. 1 Ai/rnotJCiH dairy-farming has of late years made largo strides in this State, and notwithstanding that it is growing to be a very important industry, there were only seven or eight exhibitors who came forward to contest the valu able prizes offered in this section of the show. Some the exhibitors, however, entered two or three animals each, so tlie competition was made in teresting. It is three years since the society introduced a champion butter test, for a prize of £100, which has to be won three years by the same owner before becoming his property. It-must not necessarily be won three years in. succession, nor with the same cow. Each year since its inauguration a different owner has secured the prize, tlie first year the winner being D. Hyam and Sons, the second year Mr. l'\ A. Mackenzie, and the third year (the present) Mr. Alfred Wedlock. The cow that won this year was a cross between a Shorthorn and an Ayrshire, although to most people sit...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

? TBy Telegraph.! SYDNEY, Mondav. Tlia Produce Market. - ? Maize : Prime dry yellow from northern . 'rivers, 4s 7d ; soft yellow, 4s 5d .to 4s Gd ; 'white, 4s od per bushel;. ? 'Butter: Thu market is unaltered. The ^present prices arc— Pasteurised. I2 jd per lb ; choice creamery, 1 2d ; good, II ill ; pastry, Od . Eggs : Northern rivers, Is 5d to Is Gd . .par dozen.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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