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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

i*rrn axw i»oi.vr. | Great horse sale to-morrow. 1 Licensing Court next Tuesday. 1 Public schools re-open next Monday. A landslide at Naukin killed 200 Chineso. Dan Barry's Dramatic Co. is playing at Maitland. For Cheap Boots- and Shoes call at T. F. Moylan's. Mr. Butler, solicitor, resumes prac tice on Tuosday next. Notes by ' Bushman' are unavoidably held over till next issue. The P. M.G. is to bo banqueted at Lismore next Wednesday. Tenders for conveying cream from Wyandah close to-morrow. Splendid rains havo fallen at Grafton and 011 the Uppor Clarence. Mr. G. M. Wade, dentist, Casino, will visit n.yngio on 1 nursuay ue.\L. Mr. W. A. Gray, dentist, will visit Coraki on Monday and Tuosday. next. : / Mr. John M'Phorson, of Clarenza, died on Tuesday last, aged 02. Convent schools resume 011 Monday next. , . ? ; During last yeat* 140 more - vessels arrived in Port Jackson . than during 1901. ? Ladies' Evening Shoes. — A clearing line, half-price, 2s Gd.pair.-- A.- C,:Siuip- son's. ,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Telephone Exchange [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

The Tel«q»lionc Exchange. It is announced that the Hon. J. G. Drake, . Postmaster-General of the Commonwealth, is to visit this district next week, amongst other things lo enquire personally into the matter of charges proposed to be made to sub scribers lo the Telephone Exchange, he having withdrawn ail edict which had it been enforced would have meant the. closing down of the Ex chaug^.'—Tlint tlie subscribers have a gooil base to place liu'foi e Tii'in wil are' aware, as is amply borne out by the items of cost of construction, income, and expenditure recently published ; and the arguments to be placed before the Postmaster-General protesting against the proposed additional charges to those who maintain the lines, -it a profit to the 'Department, slioulu be convincing. Also, those who are con nected with the Exchange have. other grievances which should be laid before the Minister. The difficulty of being connected with the down-river stations is acutely felt at Casino, aud sub scri...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Local and General Hews, i ? v ? _ . i Making Good Pkogul c y I pleased to be able to re- rt that Mr. 0: i V. Vesper, who underw. uv. an operation- 1 in the Casino Hospital i;wt- .r.rd was in a precartous.?coni ifrt- steady progress. to\yarrl& -. Wi v ie' local medical inen are tc o 1 u it ed upon their success m ;t rhin«nU c--.:: 3. Casixo Police Cot -1 v e 1 rt1 -, before Messrs. J. B. M 1 d' ^ C. Simpson, Js.P., u 1, charged with having it s -i- 'it 1 \ il means of support, .pleenea not 0 nlttf: After hearing the evidence or l.oi.ssabi'e Ivelso, which was corrol. 1 .'toil t-v i;on~ stable llussell, .the . Be:, oh uim;:t.-_--i u i senteuce of three months' iiard liitiout- :n i Grafton Gaol: .7 - Alstonville Show. — nubiuu iu our advertising columns announces that the i annual show will be held . at Alstonville on Tuesuay ana Wednesday, LUth ana 11th February, when the prize money to be competed for will amount to over £400, in addition' to a number of special prizes, a list...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Local and General News. Gigaxtic Railway 'Scheme. — The 1 Pennsylvania Railroad Company pro- | poses to increase its capital :io ] £80,000,000. With the increase in I capital the company proposes to con- j struct tunnels under the Hudson and the East, rivers, so' as to connect Sew' York and Brooklyn by railway, and to improve tho main lines, aud; abolish.! level crossings so as to; enable : the trains to attain .a speed which will be the fastest in the. world. .. v Shciht- Weight. Jam.— A ; few weeks | ago the Victorian Department of Agri- 1 culture wrote to a farm of jam makers | in Melbourne, '-who- .were alleged; to: be responsible for ; a shortage of oUOOlb. weight of jam 111 au order, for 100,000: lb. placed with the War Office, asking 1 what steps it proposed to take to supply the shortage. The representatives of the lirm explained to the Minister the other day that m i t. was -xh?: ? of: the trade to weigh the r.u wi:.« !;. i jam unless -the ? net- weitr s . «: mc was specifi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strikes and Their Effect. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Strikes aiitl TBieir Kll'cct. Till-: information conveyed by cable gram regarding the strike amongst the colliers of Denaby, Yorkshire, is another startling illustration of what ' unionism,' as it is being carried -out, is doing for the workers. From the particulars to hand, the strike -was due to a dispute with the Denaby Main Colliery Co. as to payment to fifty colliers for bag dirt. Tlie matter in dispute was taken before three tri bunals, including the joint committee, of the Mineowuers and Miners' Union, all of which decided against the claimants. Yet all. the men in the colliery were called out, and struck to show their sympathy with the fifty bag dirt men. The result is, accord ing to the cables, that up to the 11th iiist!U!trtWi«irikers had. lost.' £_I7^)Jj00 iii wages and hafl also'? absorbed' £30,000 of the funds of the Yorkshire Union, the latter sum apparently hav ing been expended in strike pay. I11 additiou 750 families had been evicted from their homes. The foregoing ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Available Colonial Scholarships at Oxford University. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Available Colonial Scholarships at Oxford University. [By J. H C. H.VBrEU.] (Per Favour of the '* R. R. Express.') No. I. When Bishop Bruughton founded 'The King's School,' Parraniatta,- in 1832, he laid the foundation of one of the. most useful of our great Australian Grammar Schools. There are three dis tinct principles which guided the minds of the Council of this, the oldest College in Australia. They are these : — 1. To give every buy, whatever his ability, proper individual attention. 2. To educate every boy, according to to the best of his ability. 3. To train every boy, by the influence brought lo bear upon his life, tn become a high-toned and good man. To an old l-oy, ami there are a great many who claim allegiance to its teach ings, the King's School is as a monument erected, standing lirm, not only in its structu:c, but in those high principles inculcated in the minds of the boys by its learned and well-bred masters. On entering the porch, and immediately t.o the right, i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., ?c ? ? Architect. ' - T AVoodlauk-Street, Lismoke. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects. Flans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stirgess' Hotel. The Richmond River Express AND. TWEED ADVERTISER. Casixo, Friday,-' Jaxuaiiy 16, 1903.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

-*«szette 3-utilicatiuus. It is notified that Constable Soiner ville, stationed at Wooden bong, has been appointed an inspector under the Ex plosives Act, 1002. Wednesday, 11th February, the second day of the Alstotivdlo Show, has been proclaimed a public holiday in the elec toral di.s'ric's of Ballina and Lismore. The third quarterly list of horse, and cattle brands for l'J02, lirst notili.-atiun, is published . in a supplement to the ' Gav.ettc ' of titli January. A Crown land sale of town allotments will he. held at Byion Bay on the 10th March next ; ' and several country por tions — 70 acres 1 rood to 131 acres 3 roods— situate to the south of Casino, adjoining the property of Bank K.S.W., and east of F. G. Manning's c p. portion will lie submitted at' Casino oil the lltli March — upset price, i'l 10s per acre. For particulars see supplement to ' Gazette' of 10th January. At tlio end of July last over one million people were iu receipt uf pen sions in America.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

$ jWaSXBSaSABCi ; Good rains h-ive fallen in tho Warwick ' district. ? ' . During 1902 the vnluo of property destroyecl'by fire in the United States' totalled £84,000,000. The gi'.oss value of tho estate of 'tlio late, Mr. HarryTVl'Calmont amounts to £2i 000,000. The exports of silver and lead concen crar.es irom isroicon , Jrlill Jasc year c amounted to £012,495, against CI, 270. 380 ' in 1901. Tlio total exports amounted' U- ' ' fl, .'527, 350, against £1,S72.411 in 1901. | On Saturday a largo number of j colonists who arrived in Queensland in-' I 1853 celebrated -tho jubilee of their , ? ; arrival in a river excursion. ' ij Cavanougii's Livkr T«sio never fails to,.' . ! give relief in all livor and kidney complaints. ' . ' t'or^sale at all stores.* ? ? A return compiled by the Roard of; '! Health shows that about 30 articles of: | food used in daily consumption are -.?.-t more or less, adulterated. | The Right Rev. Vftandall Thomas; , Davidson, D D., Bishop of YVinchepter, , has ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

'IVTORTII COAST STEAM NAVIGA JM tion company, limited. EXP H KSS Passenger and Cargo Service Between fclie RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. mHE fast and powerful JL screfv Steamships EAMORNIE & TOMKI Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, tori.™ Sydney teDA? ' »»-1 SATl R DAY and -Iwiving CORAlvI.^n FLES DAY and FRIDAY about, 12 o'clock (noon)' ? The fine steamer RA MORN IE now making regular-weekly- trips has a, rofi-i~ I cerating' cliaiiiber 'oqunl to ? M tons capiicity, ; is /electric lighted, throughout,. , with electricity, ventilating fans . J' tlio.' Saloon, and all mordern improvements. ?'???Tub 'Favourite Steamer, iCITY OF 'GRAFTO!^-. ... ? Leaves Sydney f»r the Richinon.l ov«rv THURSDAY Evening, making OULtAivi ?Hie Ttivnnn»s, ntul leaves there every MONDAY MORN1NO, crossing nut from BALL1NA on TUESDAY MORNING This vessel has extended accommoda tion fur LIVE STOCK of all kinds; Intending Passengers can en»a-5e Berths on Toniki, St, George, or Ramnriiie by telephoning to Li...

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 — 16 January 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., Arr-.hit.ftnh Woodlakk-Stkekt, Lismoije. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects. Plans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stiruess' Hotel. Tbe Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Friday, January 1G, lflOo.

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 — 16 January 1903

Special Advertisements. | Chemist & Dentist | s -axsoex)t» ? | GEO. J. MORTIMER, I \ CHEMIST' Si DENTIST, $ £ Bakkki: Sr;:Ki:r, Casi.vo. 9 £ -r^soo-^ ^ | Painless Dentistry. | | | Tooth Extracted Painlessly p p By the Aib- of Niri;oi:s- J € Oxide Gas, &c. r j Local A-inesthetics when r v Required. £ £ Tcjctli Stopped iu -»oI«l and \ ^ ' Anialgaiii Fillings. S v Artificial Teeth Mounted ox ? i- Goi.d, Platixum, axd Vulcaxite. Jb V ' o- TEETH SCALED. -o K 0 Children's Teetli Regulated. 0 - A Large Stock of Drugs, i $ Chemicals,- Druggists' Sundries p K Patent Medicines, Perfumery t ^ and Toilet Requisites, always 5 A kept in stock, a J SUCH as J 5 Hair Brushes. ' 2 0 Tooth Brushes. a K Nail Brushes. 5 V . ' Combs. 5 £?: . . Tooth Powders. ^ ^ Tooth Pastes. 1 ^ S Toilet Soaps. ^ 0 \ Sponges, &c. 0 5 Spcctaclc.s to Fit all Ascs. j» £ Prescriptions and Family Receipts ji 4 ^Accurately Compounded. 4 J? Age xt fou d |. ZOELLER'S J a- Inoculating lustrum ens 5 Countr...

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 — 16 January 1903

PLANT NOW. — All kinds of Evergreens and Tropical Trees, Guavas, Orna mental Trees, Koses, &c.f in pots from Is. Paspalum Dilitatnm Roots, &c., to be had from J). J. M'AULIFFE, Greenridge, agent for Sydney aud Brisbane Nurserymen. Wanted Known rpHAT THE UNDERSIGNED HAS SELECTIONS. FARMS (of all areas). BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, in all parts of the District. Also, FAT CATTLE. STORE CATTLE. DRAUGHT & BLOOD HORSES (broken and unbroken). STALLIONS. Write for Particulars to JAS B. M'DOUGALL, Auctioneer. Casino. Lower Richmond Caledonian SOCIETY. SIXTH Annual Gathering at Ballina. Anniversary Day i (JANUARY 26th, 1903.) ' £100 Prize Money. £100 NATIONAL COSTUMES, PIPING, DANCING & GAMES. £1S Slaudicai), SIO TiiK-of-War. ATHLETIC & MILITARY EVENTS. 'SCOTTISH RIFLES £ LANCERS. , Procession starts at 10 a.m., Sports com nience. at 10.30. .USUAL ' EXCURSION FARES i By Femvick's Line of Steamers. Nomination (Is) for £15 Handicap closes at Lismore and Coraki o...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Meteorological Information. The following are the observations of j emperature ami rainfall 111 Casino, taken by 1 the Telegraph Master at !) a.111. each day, tor j the week ended, January 15th : — p*'*- ~Sr Friday, Jan. 9 ii2- 64* 0 00 Saturd'y, Jan. 10 il.V 07' f 0 06 Sunday, Jan. II 95' i 03* : 0 00 Monday, Jan. 12 99' ' ' 65- I 0 43 Tuesday, Jan. 13 97' ! 65- | 024 Wed lies., Jan. 14 87' !'B4' 1 ' ? .02T Thiu-sd'y, Jan. 15 102- I 59' 1 '0-00 Average ? . 95-28 G-5'83 Total rainfall ? ? 0'94.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

7 Hllllll lllllllllll~ll^,..r n EVERY ;-S; ? - I osBRCtsa if /y- *.-??' U DAY ^ ^ 1 {/''Oin snoulo gn ?.tA t I i. l/i LC everv-day praciics. ^'l'.rn .uking for 't I Schnapps don't tak« fub-.'i:u | There is one only and only one grnuiac f WOLFE'S I SCHNAPPS. | U j. ^ Don't be put off by the 'just as [i ' story. Unless the real brand | bta'nab'e it would be wiser and ; j r not to take any at all. ; j | J lumiu j . . Ul.i.-nwrg4y

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. ? ? Foliowin'i; were the wholesale prices in . . Bi'isbaiie on Tuesday : — - ? -Maize : Argentine, to 4s fid per bushel, ftrnd, £S 10s per ton ; pollard, £!) 10s. Chaff : Oaten, prime, to Ifi per ton. Hay t Oaten; hydraulic, IS pel- ton. - ? Potatoes : English, 13s per cu t. Hams: Pjiieiipple, .1,3 Id to Is 2d Mild , Cure, ls^d-i}^ilbi;'v 'j . : ? Bacon-: Pineapple, flitches. 13d per lb ; Mild Cure, Hitches, 13d, and sides 14d. Eggs, to I OAd per dozen. ;;; Butter-: Local, factory, JOd to lldperlb; r..... southern,. K4id-to 11,(1., 7.. .. ,. -t: Cheese-? N.Z.,- jSfedinW 111'fd MargeJ' '10id per lb-;-- Victorian Od to 9Ad.- — -???? -- .. - — - ' Fat Battle. —At Hom'ebusli,' on Monday last, upwards of 780 head 'of 'cattle were yarded, representing 48 consignors,. chiefly' from llie ? sonthenV -distvicts, the bulunce from the north aji-l..west. 3'hc yurdjngs included nil qualities.' and consisted chiefly of good,'' nsi-fitl tiv.tle beef : prime meilium ? weight ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

USCiVISflCAC. ITEMS ? , — *- — - — -? The Hon. G. H. Reid intenda to visit Queensland in July next. The Rev. Dr. Dill-Macky is to preach at Tenterfield mi Sunday next. Richard Toy, of Lismore, labourer, has sequestrated his estate in bankruptcy. A sawinillin*} company is being formed at Tenterfield, with a capital nf £'2000. Dining the year 1!)02 there were 20,127 arrests made throughout the State, as compared with 3-1,481 in 1001. Mr. Francis Badeu-Powell, brother of Major-Geneiai Baden-Powell, of Mafe kinij fame, is now making a visit to Aus tralia, having arrived in Melbourne by, the steamer Wilcannia. Although a bar-P rister, Mr. Baden-Powell does not prac tice his profession, but is known as a successful painter and sculptor. Two brothers, named O'Leary, aged 9 and fi years respectively, were fishing iu tho river at Dornoch Terrace. South Brisbane, on Saturday afternoon, when the younger lad got out -.f his depth. Tho older lad -.vent to the rescue of his brother, and both were...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Zealand v. Australian Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

\civ Zealand v. Australian | flutter. ? A (JLOWINi'; testimonial to the excel lence of the New Zealand butter (writes the 'Canterbury Times') is contained in a recent communication from the manager of the Transvaal I'resli Food and Dairy Supply Com- j pany to the Department of Industries, i The writer is one ot the highest aulh- I orities on butter production, and his re marks, are therefore, to be appreciated by colonials. He states that the first direct .shipment of butter from New Zealand to South Africa, which was carried in the cool chamber of the steamer Sussex, put all the best Aus tralian brands completely in the shade, possessing as it did higher aroma and superior texture. The writer, who bad experience of New Zealand butter in Loudon markets ten years ago, was struck with fact fh»t the colonial product still retained his char acteristic virtues though in a higher degree. Inferior brands were now rung on the Australian market, which tended to make New Zealand butter a form...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R.R. Express Office Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

COMMERCIAL .NEWS. LOCAli. PRICES CURRENT. . II. II. Kxprce* Olfice, Thursday. ! l-'oLi.owixu arc tho quotations for farm anil dairy oilucc ruling in uvtmo to-dny; — ?? ? ? ^ Wll'Jb&ULE... , ItKTAIU . 1 i. ! i. « i) ' ilaizc, per bushel ... ii 0 OlialT,i-ere\vt*. . . ? U b (5 T) 0, 0 UsijVuateAypcr . 0 . 0 u ? ' y 10.. 0 ».*X; Qikia; per bushel .. 0 4 0 0 a 0 fcggjj-pttr Uo£*n /?-... 0 ,1. 0.. - .0. 1 ii. Butter, localfadWO'.;;' 0 '0-10*.- -:0 ? 10! ;/ / Butter, dairy ... .. 0 .0. S . , 0. 0 10 . yy ?iiitVr ,4*a. «?«?? vi.;« ?» ' . ? .... ,i

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Japaneses Fleet for the Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Japanese Fleet Tor. tlie fi'acific. Canadian papars by the R. M.S. Aorangi state that this year ' Japan will send a fleet of warships to. Esqui- mau, to be a permanent unit of the Japanese navy on ibis side of the Pacific, with headquarters with the fleet of Britain at EsquimaU. The fleet, according to the Japanese naval officer, will consist of three or possibly more of the best vessels of the Mikado's fieer — and the Japanese Imperial Go vernment has some of the finest, war ships in the world — and, says Fleet Surgeon Aoaki, a number of the smaller vessels will accompany the battleships or cruisers sent to Esqni malt. It is expected that Japan will establish a fleet in European waters, with its headquarters at one of the big British naval stations: In discussing the coming of the Japanese fleet to Esquimal, Fleet Surgeon Aoaki said : ' By the formation of a fleet in the waters of the Pacific Coast, the Jap anese Government, intends not only to pay a compliment- to the people of Ca...

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