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Sporting Intelligence. A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

Sporting Intelligence, ' ? : ? ? A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Fourth Day-- Saturday. Rous Handicap. — Ilderim. 6-12, 1; Nothos, 8st, 2 ; Bowilclu-r, 8-2, 3. -Place Handicap. — Hyde, 7-3, 1 ; Cyan id i', 9-5, 2 ; Torch, in, 7st, 3 Second Steeplechase. — Signet, 10-2, 1 ; Brokerage, 12-10, 2 ; FranticII, 10-12, ,3. Second Nursery- Handicap.-^Dumont, 7st,. 1 ; Sionaog, 8-4, 2 ; Graft, 7-3, 3. A.J.C. Plate.— The Victory' 1, Be-, witcher 2, Cyanide 3. / ^ Final Handicap. — Queen of Shaba, 7-12, 1; Ban Ceontlia, 7-3, -2; The Idler, 8-8, 3. Nominations close to-day for, the two principal handicaps to ,be .run at the annual meeting of . tho Casino Jockey Club on 1st May. At the sales of thoroughbred yearlings in Sydney last weok a' brother to Duke of Grafton brought 450gs ,- brother to Blanche Florence 320gs , brother to Brak pan 800^s., brother to Groat Scot (!50gs., br f by Haut Brion (imp ) — Necklet 310gs., br or bike by Haut Brion — Nov- olletto II. 800gs.; br c by Positano — Myall Queen 335...

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

('oi'aki. Wo ('R.R 'Herald') regret to learn that Mr. Th'os. Reardon, of Swan Bay, stiU 'continues iii a precarious condition. He hns been, suffering from rheumatic fever for some time, and is but a shadow of his former self. Mr. Reardon suffers a good deal of pain, aud is moved about with! the greatest difficulty. We hopo, with his many friends, to hear of his convalescence, and to soon see him about again in his usual state of good health. ! On Monday lust week Mr. Owen Malbne's sou had a miraculous escape from serious injury, if not death, says the 'R.R Herald.' The child was loft in the sulky while the father was trans acting some business at Mr. C. Stam ford's, when the horse, -a very docilu animal, moved towards the river bank, and getting into a trot was pulled up by Mr. M. Campbell just in tinio to pre vent a smash-up over; the torrace -em- bankment. It was, .fortunate. that Mr. Campbell, got tip, and controlled tho horse at, tho time ho did,- and the child's oscape might be...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Greenridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 21 April 1903

News- of the District, Greciirldgc. (from our cokrespondest). April 17. —A presentation and faro', well social was toiidoreato Mr. and Mrs. Knight and family horo 011 Tuesday ovoning, prior to Ihoir departure from tho distriot. ? Tho presentation —a hand some silver-mounted pipe and case, and gold brooch — was mado by Mr. Ston mark who, in a short but oulogistic speech, spoke of Mr.' Knight's good qualities, and hoped ho would livo long to enjoy a quiet smoke and think of his old friends wlion far away. Messrs. Casey, Harper, neydon, Boormati, and others, briefly testified to the worth of the family they wero losing. As neigh hours their generousnoss and sympathy was second to nono, and alTwished Mr. and Mrs. Knight and family health ami happinoss wherevor they may cast their lot in life. Mr. Knight, on behalf of his wifo and family, thanked his many friends for the presentations and tlio expressions of good will. Ilo said lie was pleased to seo so many friends pros out, and assured...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Drake. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Nqws . of the District, ? ' DM'tikc. (Apuil 19.,— Widespread is the sym patny folt;.for Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ' Smith iiifthoir very sad boreavoment nt W.A , .where Owen Smith, their eldost 's^ii, fell . down . an idle shaft and was killed instantly.' He was a strong, steady lenow, iu iuo mil vigour ot young nian h'ood.' Fortuniitely ho was not married ? but his loss will be keenly felt by the family, for 'Mtv Owen Smith had a par ticularly thoughtful, and affectionate disposition. He' had many relations both, in Grafton and Tonterfield district, r' ? Wn l.nd n tvanf. I„ct .. „ ? ? uhbi comes but too rarply— a visit from tho Rov. Archdbaoon Moxon. He isj figuratively speaking, always received with open arms- by Drako people. Every mini woman, and child suoms to love Mr.' Moxon.- ? llhoy love to listen to him ? they. yearn ,. to grasp his hand iu silent gratitude for, the simple, earnest, but eloquent teaching that has gone strai'ht to their heart's. His sermons on this ''occasion were...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Visit of the Governor. PUBLIC MEETING AT CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Visit or the «ovei*aor. 'Public meeting ' at casino. ?-. . iN' respiins'e to an : advbrtiseinont ap pearing ii'i' the hist issue of the 'Ex- press,' a fairly representative public'1 meeting was held in -tho. Town 'Hall .011: Tuesday ov.ohi.ng lust , to make .arrange-, mouts for ;? the proper reco'ptip.n ,of; His,. jSxcelloncy -..Sir Harry Raws.on,.,. tlie Governor, of the State, audi Sir, Job ii See r (Premior) anil nartv.' ..who' 'are' to' arrive I in town on tlio 12th May proximo, and on the next' ; morning aro to attend tlie function of tho opening of tho'railway' line oonnecting Casino- and Eismore. ! . !l'ho Mayor (Aid. L. E. Cope), tho con vener of the meeting, road the advertise ifiontj.and .explained.. the ''object: sought to bo attained He mentioned tho times of/arrival and departure, of .the Vice Regal party, and said it. was proposod to have a.. banquet on tho night' of the 12th,' aiid the ceremony of 'bpening the line on the' mornihg'of tho '13th May. The ''meeting had b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

pi rn ii\i- i»ofl.vr. Casino show ? on. Wodnosday and Thursday next. . Mooting of Casino Hospital com mitted to-night (Friday). Casino Hospital annual balls' will. . bri; hold on 13th and 14th May. Koport ot bchool ot Arts committee meeting held over till next issue. yv' Snuutor Ewing (W.A.) has resigned his soutiu the Federal .Senate. The London market for AnstraHan .butter shows signs of improvement. Tho Ballarat bowlers were defeated by a team at Newcastle on Saturday. ? When you are in town call on. F. H. Fuller, Jeweller, and have your sight tested.- : . ? i The Rev. Father Hegarty rotnrned.to Brisbane last week, aftor an extended visit to Ireland. ' ?' The laying of sleepers for tho Grafton to Casino railway was to bo commeti.teM inis weeK. . . ' ? ) We are pleased to. state that' Mr. 'J; ?Felton, jaii., who was aecidenta^lly '.^np.t last week, is getting along well. . .. : The members of the .Casino.' Literary' Institute held an enjoyable: ?picnic von( 'Wednesday afternoon. ;...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

lion* to Ward Oil' u Itiliocis Attack. With most people who are subject to bilious attacks, headache ia the first indica tion of the disease, and if Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets aro taken ut once, and little'fund ulid lii). meat eaten for u day or twn,-.'tliovuttiiek ifiay in most cases be warded off. 'Just What You Need.' Only l/'J. .Sold by A. C. Simpson,. Cuaiuo.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Methodist Church. QUARTERLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

ilflctliuilist t/liurcli. QUARTERLY REPORT. The quarterly meeting .was .held at the Methodist' Church on Wednesday, 22nd instant. Previous to the meeting the Local Preachers' meeting 'was held, and sortie important-business relating to Circuit alterations w'as' discussed. ; . The quarterly .mooting having been a nrtat.rwitittfl whc nntuo fnltv uf.f-.onrlMfl as usual. Present,— Rev. C. Barker (chair); and Messrs.- A'. C. Simpson, J.P., ,T. L5 Thomas, S. P. Dart, G. M Wade, O. H. Mooro, L. Falconor, H. R. Simp son, S. T. Northcott, J. Miaou, G-. Skin nor, and J. M'Mullen. Tho business ' as usual was' proceeded with. Mr. Simpson presented tho bal ance sheet, which, after meeting somo accounts independent of the Circuit Fund, showed a credit- balance of nearly £6. Sunday School matters were discussed. With groat regrot tho meeting received tho resignation of Mr. A. C. Simpson as Superintendent of thrf Sunday School, a position which has been held by him for some years past, and: the tha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Tie Trade Palaee. FOUR WEEKS ' OF ' JOY - i FOR THE . . THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE ! ! ! CROUCH'S STOCK IS MELTING RAPIDLY UNDER THE PRESSURE OF RED HOT PRICES. IT'S AN UNDERPRICE SALE THAT'S MOVING OUT THESE / GOODS AT THE DOUBLE. I WANT TO CLEAR THEM OUT TO GET IN A FRESH STOCK, AND I'VE TACKED ON SUCH LOW PRICES THAT WILL MAKE THE GOODS MOVE. UNPARALLELED - VALUES ARE BEING OFFERED FOR SIM PLY SMALL CHANGE. . THE REDUCTIONS ARE SWIFT AND SWEEPING— EVERY ARTICLE IS A BARGAIN. PROFIT BY THE OPPORTU NITY WHILE THERE'S TIME. Irresistible Prices That Appeal to Your Purse. Every Line a Bargain. SPECIAL CUTS EM BLANKETS & RUGS. DRESS GOODS, Slightly Soiled, at your Own Price, as they must make room for New Lots coming in. : : : : ? FLANNELETTE SELLING LIKE RIPE CHERRIES. 20 PerCent off Men's Clothing E- ' 1 ' LADIES' NOTE, The Millinery Department is in full swing under an experienced hand, # # Till zsa— THE TRADE PALACE.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Auditorial i\otes. It is very gratifying to know that, notwithstanding the severity of the past season, and the heavy losses in stock by tlie pastoralists and agricul turists and those engaged on tlie land ^CTUGKliij , .uv uiuiuui OUUM JHIUUL IUUC held at Casino gives promise of sur passing all previous functions of the kind held in the district, because it is the 'man of t ho soil' who either makes or breaks a Society like that of the R. R. A. H. and P. The fact is an evidence ot the great natural richness of the district, its ability to recuperate, and the persevering qualities possessed by its inhabitants. It also goes to show that there is yet. capital left, of whatever quality may be demanded, because the trials have been' general and many, the losses and sufferings severe, and the fulness of a bright day — iu the real ' break-up of the drought — not yet assured. The fact of the show promising to be successful under the circumstances is in one re-: spect remarkable; bat when an...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CASINO COURTS. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. BEFORE Mr. F. g. Adrian, P.M., and Messrs. D. Campbell and N. Harper, Js.P. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

THE CASINO COUllTS. Tuesday, April 21. Before Mr. F. G. Adrian, P.M., and Messrs. D. Campbell and N. Harper, Js.P. POLICE COURT. A. A. Devlin, Stock Inspector v. Thomas Armstrong. Mr. Kissane for plaintiff, Mr. J. C. M'Intosh (Lisinore) for defendant. Defendant was charged with travelling sheep without a permit, and was fined 1:2, 4s lOd costs of court, and £1 Is professional costs. Twenty four hours were allowed in which to pay the fine. Same v. J. Studders. Defendant was charged with allowing stock to trespass on a travelling stock reserve. Mr. Devlin stated that he had found defendant's cattle on the reserve, and accordingly prosecuted. Defendant had been twice convicted for similar offences. Defendant stated that he was bringing the cattle in for sale, and as he did uot wish them to mix with his milkers, he had loft them on the reserve prior to the sale. Fined £6, 6s 8d costs, £1 Is profes sional costs, and one witness' expenses 7s Gd. alleged CATl'LU stealing. Police v. Thomas ...

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 — 24 April 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., - A rv?Vi Woodj.aiik-Stukkt, Lisjiohe. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydnoy Architects. Plans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stikoess' Hotel. Tlie Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Fkiday, Awm, 2-4-, 190:3. '

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 — 24 April 1903

Tlic Gratitude. Of a Casino Citizen Heartily Ex pressed roil the Public Good. Gratitude, says an old writer, ' is tho music of the heart when its cords are j swept, by kindness.' Many a heart string has been touched in Casino under just, such ' ciroumstances as those sur rounding the case of Mrs.' Simpkins, ami many are they whose gratitude is su great that a description in word fails, because cold print' cannot express feel ings. Mrs. Simpkins, who resides lit Corner of North and Walker Streets, Casino, gratefully acknowledges benefit from the ' Little Conqueror' in the fal lowing words:— 'I really do believe Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to be » grand remedy fur kidney complaint, they are really splendid; Many years ago I injured by back by a fall and e'ver sinco then I have suffered from a weakness right across tho small of the back, aud dull aching; paitis over the kidneys whicli were so bad at times that I could scarcely move about. Aly .daughter got me somo of Doan's Backache K...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Weekly Oalendnr. .a, APRIL. ? ,1 ?, ^ -fy : , .'; S . ! H.' WATKK I = - ;S ij I - 1-2 | Sydney. 3, ? -K .% K w . — rr ? 2 *3 |-s| g. ? j -- -?!««» = J 1 J Mor. Aft. a ; ^ lv I II. M. II. M.|H.9l: A.M.lf.M. II. M. II M. ?24JF 1 1 53 n 24;5' 22 2 5G 3 8 6 1 G 25 25 S II 53 G 215 20 353 3 43 6 47 7 8 2G'S» 1153(5 25'5 l!l 454 4 21 72!) 749 27 M 11 53 (5 2(i;5 IS 5 56 5 0 8 G 8 23 28iT 11536 27 15 17 7 0 544| 814 S58 29|W: 11 52(5 28 5 16 8 3 (5 32 020 941 30 Th 11 52 6 28,5 . Hi; 9 7 7 25 10 7 10 32 ? .? Phases of the Moos. New Moon, April 27, 11.31 p.m.

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The Aritunga Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Tlio .tiituiiga (ioldlivlili Tiik Secretavy of Winnecke's Coo roug Syndicate has/ received the fol lowing wire from the manager 'Preparing to sink' shaft. Mining timber and tools coming to hand. ' Cos teening the south-east portion of the lease, with a view io picking np (lie || continuation oufcrop on the southern K end of tlie ,;Reward lease. Also oos- jj|' teeningrthe^entre- of the lease, where || tlie.second outcrop appears. The ore H promises. fairly well.' §| The manager of Winnecke's Juuc- || tion,; Syndicate wired on Saturday R morning ' Workings show cousid- K erable improvement iti the costeens ou if the eastern side lense, where the lode II is oft. wide. , .Still., costeening east. ||| Every 40ft; lode carries gold iu paying quantities, some rough. Costeening, on the western side, where lode i* large and well defined, and of regular, quality, but on tlio 'whole of better quality than the last. The general surface works are progressing well.' A telegram from Alice' Springs...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

.Ucteorotogiciil Into r inn tion. The following are the observations of temperature and rainfall iu Casino, taken by the Telegraph Master at 9 a.m. each day ^ f or the week ended April 23rd : — Friday, April 17: 80* ! 47' i O'OO Satnrd'y, April I8: S4* ! 53' i O'OO Sunday^ April II) 84* 54' ! ()-00_. Monday, April 20 82' 52* j O'OO Tur.sday, April 21 84' ' 61* ! 0-02 Wndnes, April 22 71' ' 58' 0'04 Thur8d'y,April23 81' ? 57' O'OO Average ? 80;85 51 '57 Total rainfall ? O'OG .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

LICENS1NC CQURT. An application from C. Knoetzsch (for whom Mr. Kissane appeared) fur a renewal of his hotel license at Irving ton was adjourned to the 5th May. A renewal was granted uF'A . Btichimaa of his hotel . license at Fairy Hill, and also booth licenses for the coming shear and one for the raccs. _ An application for renewal of hotel license at Myrtle Creek was granted to R. Greenstreet. Mr. Cope appeared for both applicants. The Inspector's quarterly report was handed in, and was considered satisfac tory.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

[?] Bank of ;EngIand notes cost id a pteoej to produco. ' ' ! Great .Britnin nsos up nenrly 800 tohB of card-board yearly in tho form of post-' cards. - Birmingham's sewerage works are said to be the largest in the world after those' or Kari« nna-jcseruii. ; The Korean Government is consider ing tho advisability of introducing uni versal conscription. ,, . ? The Gerinan Governinenfc, it is re-' ported, /' intbiid , dispatching another; Antarctic expedition, ^ in December next, ? to look out for the'imrty now out in the-' . Gauss. The latter vessel', . ' however, is .uxpei'tod.&i rdniain' ciut. until next year. 'rhov^iLa.biiur /.Conference, at present sitti.ig in-New ZeahVnd, has decided to -uvge^rib^.G^weMmeht to est-ablish ft , ?/.: -Si^^i^hduniiu^^ppnrtmeiit, ...and', to., . ini |i'os3 a'^nJuv!fcy'on.:gold for th e pu ir|iose ' iif p ovidiiii; a'ysicV'fund f(ir gold miners., Cav \ no noil's'.-' IjiV er T'onio never fails tc give relief in JtH.liver and kidney comiflainrs. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

' rrtfflS NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI T rjATION COMPAN \ , Limited E X P K E S S Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDr*l^i* fP H E fast and powerful . scre.v Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEORGE Arc now running a Tri-wcekly Service, iS rsva™' mv and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAlvl on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and Kill DAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNlEnow making regular weekly trips' hWs-;.a. refri cerat.ing chamber equal tons capacity. is lighted . tlirfliijjhout' with electricity, vmitilntinu fans in the Saloon, and all modern improvements. The ? OAK I, AIM* Will make Weekly Trips to tho Richmond Hirer, calling at Newcastle cotninu North. Jntendii)' Passengers can engage Berths on Timiki/St, George, or' Rainoniio hy telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis nmre, where Saloon plans may he seen. It is specially requested, that, all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the .Local Manager, at Coraki, who will immediately in...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

BOOMERANG BRANDY. Royalty Drinks It Experts Approve, It Doctors Prescribe It Patients Relish It Judges Award it Prize Medals wherever exhibited Welcome Nugget Tobacco. T. C. Williams Company's Manufacture. No Finer Tobacco Produced in America Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in 2oz and 4 oz Tins. BOOMERANG WHISKY. Rapidly Gaining in Public Favour A Blended Spirit of Undoubted Quality At Moderate Cost MASOOTTB TOBACCO, An Honest Tobacco at an Honest Price. The Superior Quality of the Leaf is Making Mascotte A POPULAR TOBACCO The Richmond River Express! AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Friday, Amur, 24, 1003.

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