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Intellectual. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Intellectual. This 'evening there will be a free gath ei ing. in Iho Casino School of Ans, whan members of the Literary Society, for- i lie- et-.tablihlimcnt of which the Ruv. C. F. Seymour deserves comnrjiidalion, will produce .csshj's mid make, impromptu speeches. , Wo hope to sc-o agood attend- ancPj and inany young folk taking an active part mi tho occasion. Public speaking, concise mid not- like that of most of our Parliamentarians, is a veiy useful acquisition to young men.
Co-operative Marketing. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Co-operative Marketing. Shaking nt Dniidenong (Vic.) the other day Mr. If. W. Osborne, man ager of the Weste-rii Dislriels Co 0T)friitiye BultiT Ceinipauy mi id that many butler factories had been paying agents 4' per cent, for the suk- of pro duce, and these age-nls had been prac tically selling to themselves, anil fixing their own prices. These people weic simply spcculntois and dealeis, ,whe- did just as they liked with tho butter factory companies. The factories could do infinitely belter liy, combining and selling direct. The' company which he rcprcncuteil slarled with six factories, and a capita) eif JM500 in 900' slumps of -;t5 eiieb; but it Was not found ncce-ssaiy tei nil I up more than a very, small pot tiou of the money, and other companies.' rapidly fell into line. Since early September their turnover had 1-ccn £'200,000, ai-d not n single bad debt. They sold, largely in Melbourne, and were (he ])iineipal exporters lei We sle-rn Australia. The preliminary expenses were c...
Great Preparations. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Great Preparations. Gijka'J pieparatioiisare in full swing ?for tho Master Carnival a( Ihe Sydney Show Ground, and the visitors to .the grounds 'will ? le ^struck vwitlrtho great improvcinents made, since last year. The roads have been ( horoughiy re-formed and splendidly mctnlleil nr an outlay of some. £1000, while all tho [MiiiMtii.^ c uciti; ut un, »ir.|iiiii j 1 t'u, Ml time 111 the event eif lain (he inconvenient c of last year will be a thing of the past. A thorough (-y'ste-ni of damage lias been pcifected lor the cattle sec tion, and no matter how, the weal her may be the public can have a dry-shed view. The f.it stock pens havo all been coveud in, anel increased accom modation to the number of forty, boxes have been provided in Ihe horse 'sec- tion. The embankment on the West ern side of I lie 'ground Jias been e'\ tende'd, giving dbulilc'lhe. accointnoda I ion. Infact everything fe-r the eom feirt and convenience of the public and exhibitors has been done and with no niggai...
A Big Horse Do[?]t [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
.— ? ^r-^ ? W — ^T^ ? ' ? ' '''. ??? A Bi»? Horso Doaf., -, For some weekij p:tsb there has 'been a sudden demand for liiir.»os in New South Wales and Queensland, b- This is' ex-: plained by the followiii}? fioni tluV' Bris! bane Courier': — It is reported'That Messrs. P. II Morton, G. Maidun, and John See, of. '/'Sydney,- i'hayo- contracted with tlie EiiBfCii siihi)lv'-5()00heiu1 of horses, and already 800 have been pjir-; chased on the- Down's by -Jlr. - :''J;ickl ' Morton, acting onbehalf of the- syndicate.': The horses that Tiiivo T)6'en secured are; what is.kiviwn.in the. trn-le 'as.; V,SouJ,h African sorts,' the- price -paid beiiig fr-'in £0 to £10 per head. ' .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Safe Speculation. If you have an attack of rhouiiiatisin nnd CliiinitiL'i'laiii's 1'iiiii IJiilm gets you liuek lei work in n fe'W clays, will it tint pay for H ao'f Bovornl liinesowr '( I'lioro is ne» nueel of |' ' hull'oiii g finni ilieiinuitihin for 11 month or.' nix weeks, iiK-iu-riug llioexpeiibo eif u, Urge doolor's bill, when a few applications of lliis liniment, ousting liut it snmll amount, will ouroynu. l'lui'sulo by HeaUi wood Bros. ? I
Coraki Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Coraki Show. Thr Coraki Show will bo held on March 15 aud It), entries cliisj March 11. Copies of schedule imiy be obtained at this ullice. A lady friend who has had consMi.-rable ?'experience in liiis line assures ? us the Ooraki Show iH'one of the. 'most system atically coiiductrd on the coast, so fur as indoor exhibits '.are i concerned, while the recent Show at ''Lisiiioi'iV' was somewhat th.o reverse. Probably this was auiPcd by I lie presence of so many big and little guns on. the occasion., :;,, -. ??-.
Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Sugar. .Till! .,T..\viH!rl ,llive.i:..snjr!ir fai-iricrs dcscrvi; credit, for iuiiiiitiui; an : 1 1^ i 1 j 1 1 i c - 1 1 lo secure- belteivrc'jturiiKifor the Oane. t lioj- grow,Vni.orc in keeping wit li f;iliq;j)i-u;i' olil:iineil for the iiuislicd'pro'dnct.' TIk.1 claim they uisikc is clonvly an rqui't'iible one, :ind that there is nioiiey in sugar niii ki np is ' jri'o veil inn riinslii kfibly1 by a '? careful jierusnl of tli 6 .figures cpii'l aincd in iliejieriodiciil lialiiiicu-slieets of tliir pqloiiial Sugar Co., shares in Avliicli are about, tho bust property in. the tnarkel;, and . practically unobtainable except sit a huge advance, on the face yi» I no'. We i;ecogn ise 't hose who lu'i ve 'put/J their capital irifo: tlii.s' sug.ii' : making; concern are 'deserving of;' a fair return ilieieon ;; ;it the f-aine time il must be 'apparent, illiat if; sugar growers would only: act in Hie same' way ^ha^.-iflaii^-meii Jin_ye; doiip,-on_.c6r opfriVtive : lines,1 (he'retu'rns to ihe...
Will Lonsdale Face It. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
7 '-' WiirLonstlalo Face It. Mr. E. Lonsimlb, who by a ; strange combination of sod d and poliMcitl ;cir cuinstanoi-s. occupii's tho .position of a uiombor of Ujh fojreign-trVde party 'in th« Fedoi'Hl Pailiainoiit, as reprosentiitivn of New Unglnnd, hasboen chrtllougn'd to. a ' public debate of the Preferential Trade question by Mr. A. Griffith, r.f Sydney. Wo fancy. 'liowever, tho gentle lfidihuiid will figlit shy Of the o unb it, nltliough lie can talk, in a fashion. , FaiKy a manlike I-oiisdid-' presuming to critiuiso the ablest Stutosiriau England possessoj—J. Cham borluiu ? ? ' . . ?
Invincible. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
'; -. ',,-,. Inwincibjo. . ; ;; ; : ; iVlIS.3 A liMSTKONtJ'S: ll.-irsu ; AUck, seems tJo havo'a inortgago ori'tli ;it' i'15 15s cup ottered by Messrs.' J B. M'Uiiugiill and J. N. Ferguson for the greatest number of points, . iii. tlioburiters' contosta' at' /dis- trict shows. ' The: sa-iio owners'- ; horse Dick won itjni . high jump, at Lismoro, cleariug 5ft. 5in., im'd was (hint in the 13st hurite'r.s' contesL '. These horsos. are in ch(»'ii6Vof Rf.Porlcins; ?'-.??':'? .?.?'?-??? ' ? ; ii'itS.-. :: ?,'? '}????? ??-,. ...... . . ?
Richmond River Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Richmond Rivor Tuff Club. Tub annual meeting of members of the nlwro club was hold at- Taltcrsall's Hotel mi Wednesday last, the President (Mr. I \V. C. Barnes) occupying the ch.lir. | Thero .was only n small attendance of members. On tho motion of Mr. Tyrrell, seconded by Mr. Fanning, the minutes of the pre vious annual meeting wcru confirmed. Therepoit and balance sheet for dip past, year wore rend, as follows : — HKI'iillT. The reining committee 1110 pleased to congratulate, members on tho continued prospeiily 'f iho Huh, c\eiy source eif lcveiiuc showing a decided inctenso. Two 1 me mietings. wuej 11111 dining lliu year, an off meeting be'ing liclil on the Plinco i-f 1 Wales' liulhdny. At this meeting the prize money totalled £72, anel Iho receipts from all sources amounted to over i'92. The, day being proclaimed a public holiday, iho committee thought they were justified in ananging for tlio 1 tinning of a t--pcci.il train - from LiMiioro, for which a guarantee of ! £10 His had...
Webster on Reid. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Webster on Reid. is' (ho com so of 'a f,[ieocli at JN'iirnilii i, , Mr. , Webster, , M. U.K.. pointed out 'llie.ru was 110 olbcr such int-tance in Hie politics of the woild wheiein the disgiaeuful stale of, ail'.iiis reigned us in lliu Connnonweiilth to-day. Hero wo have a GoyeinuiGUt iliiimetrionlly,-)ppo8- edlohnvi: it novel t lu'lossud ntitiisldiB, mid which, for tho Milio'of o'llico, it due not niter. Mr. Rnid realised butler than any onp'J .lint, jin ,1 ho -pi» sent stiitus. of pa'ilics,'-it was^absolulely^no'cesbaiy to get a dissolution and miike't an appeal ,t' lliu pon|ilo. Yeit,i-=0( foai ful vviibIi^) as te- the result that'lio'ia'thor chose, in older to allow of escaping into recess, to scr ,'viloly, snbnnt'Ui ,'lhu iliotiilinii of an in ^foxorablo Opposition. 'Tho cause^if Mr. ^ fKuitl'h fear lo^face t,ho|.co'iiiiti-y^wiiHl, his jicilidy to 1 liTliou pledges, and also his utter abandonment uf lifelong piin eiplt's on the ui.'C.-ihiont,-if his, disgdetiug Rciau'ililu 'ffi...
Lismore Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
. Lismoro Show.. Tub ', Bi-isbatio Courior ' repivbentii tivo stales : — 1'hjj Society's uou- grounclfi nro about a niilo, and a h.ilf. froni the town, 011 tho line Uf ; rail way -'from : Mur williiinljiili, anel* gives proniiKO e-f ;lieing nno !of t.hc ii)oitv;'il tractive in the States Iiiiin'cdiatuly liplnnd' the pivilion a hill rises' scvt'ial liiiiiilrud feel,' 11 nil lliisjl is proposed to teiiiici'. ' Thu^soeicly for'lhe probOiit havo nlilisod lliei lniildingK frnin tliuiMil i;rnund,^l-ut pii)vi-siiin'Mi.is| Itccn made for thescroctiuii of a- IiiiihIkhiio ]).-ivilion, griindsliindi unel otliei- liuildii-gs 111 the near fiiluic ; the rim;,- » Inch is 0(10 ynids in circumferoiicp, lnia' liccu r.iihi-d 12in.', levelled, and griivullcMriit n cost of about £360. The total co^t-uf 'iui|''io\i) indents to date is ovi'r vt'1200. Fmty covoiod horse and onttlo at.'lls, sixty uair.lt1 peiiSj^ t\yo jud»in^ and two locciviug y7«ils,''aTid a' poultry Im'uihu wilir400'coo| s jliave boeyj |i...
Horse Stealing and Perjury. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Horse Stealing and Perjury. , A.i the Cooina Sessions tho ]lny ie tin 111 fl a veiditt of guillv itgainsl Mittiu Fl uiiiei s , and not guilt) hi the case of his biothu, IDdw.lid Fl.umei), 011 Ihc tlinige of stealing (wo lact boisis nanitd Astiolatti an(T Alaslui, tht piopeily of Timolhy James Hi)rs Pio--ttinoi siid ht had .jCtMO Htand pnsontis met iiv Vietoi ias' and ht went to the 1101 1 hti 11 1 wt ip, Lismoi c,i (.iiismo, and Qtlioi plates, i(ls^» Kfoglt, while' ht nispcttid a bulthei's business, ind Iht Flnnnti)s lobktd at, jijlojincnts or I ind Whiltiflu the lioilhun n\eis he pun based Astiohlei foi £ 90 and Alistui foi JL1200 It wis suggested that they bhonid go to tin1 South Co 1st They wtnt to P.iinbula,Bega, Kdm, indothti plaus, md uncd ihc hoists Dining lilt tup Mai tin Flnn uei \ lent Hi)is about Jbl5, foi which Fl ninety w .111 ltd him to gun htm an inteitst in (lit hoists He lelusid, when Flnuuti) said he stole the lt tiiptb fl -m In in Hi) cs duiiecl tins Flanuci) said...
North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
North Coast Railway. A luksi depulation wailed upon the Ficmid, last -week, to| uigt the const met ion of I lie North Coasl.rail ?wny Aflei a leiiglhy spcedi bj Mi J M'Failnnt, mtmbei foi Giafton, Mi John Pi iij, 1ILA, (Rub moiid) «aid ho thought no lime should be lost m pushing ihe hue on 1 lit tbtunattd loss was a papei out The population -would, with the binldtug of the iailwi\, meitabe llnee hmes, and the dentil would be tasjly wiped out Mi J If Young, M L A , spoke of Ihc tnst impio\cmtnt noticeable m tho uoi them dish icts of late 1 Mi W Burnett, M h A , thought the Go\ti nincnt would be fustihid in plating a loan on the maiketfoi (lit ?n oik 'lbe people of the Statt would endoisc Ihe action Mi II W Ltcr MP, ii7ciiLtl to the danj piodutt tiade with J'Jng hnd, and said it was absolutely nctts saiy tli.it tlit fiimtifa should he gi\tn f.itihlits to ship iheit pi odute quickly i Mi Gcoigeltiiiiei,M L A , thought tlit qutstiou of tost slioukl not tnlti into Hit pi oposition it ill...
Mechanical Cane-Cutter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Mechanioal Cano-Cutter. , JlisbKs W 'j lTanmjhto and \V ( AVIiiletliuitJi, of Gatius, atltntlid i)l llossiiinn on JFuduy, lOth Feb (sijh. llu ' Httoid '), ami explained to a1 iininbti of faimtis the pnneiplt null plans of a nowiane tut(ti invented b\ ' »ii wiutttluuth It in elinmtci Hi it (lit inncliiuorw ill rdo the w oi k' ol JU men JDiiNcn b_, a 1J Jioiht-powei oil 1 1 gu i, ihe tano ih tut one low at - (urn, imil nfjti being autotmiUeallj toppul, is - iu i nil on and tjiettd into ?nicks at the icm Its woiglit is about Unco loiib Hie Uello Croino Co aio poifoiiuiug at iciituiholdduiinL'bhow wuik I Motlici Miuj IguatiiH Ctoko, tho \onei nlilu fuiiiidei of the Ijathuist Consent of Mm ay, died lu-t week i iMoicNew South Walus ' law ' Justico I mig stated in Iho lull Couit that if a ?Him niudu tluco clungcH aguuiht uuothoi jo in, nud fniled to pio\uonoihaigu hu was i imliU foi hl)Ll But, tunlinnoil his lloiun, I if lit eliuiged '(oiiiiutiou,' and piowd it i »» onuoi two cants, that w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
w ¥ '9 m m 'w si' m -? ??? ? v 'ur -v -w~ w ? '- ????? »«'-'i»- ? »?? -v- r'--y -~^- ?-»-- -w- '? ?? w™ i»' r ?«? ir- ' w ? . - ? COMMENCED : On Saturday February, 4th. A MIGHTY ovepthrow of Prices on Everyday Goods ; and odd lots will be trotted out at less than first bids would be for them at Auction. ????--??- r- ? -= ^p We Lead in a Tremendous Trousers Bargain. 250 Pairs Men's Splendid Vic torian Tweed Trousers, the famous Lion Brand. All dark serviceable q n J patterns. Never sold (jq jj|| in the regular way under 5s 9d. Here they -ro at i J) ? __: ? 200 Pairs Men's Cotton Tweed Trousers. The rig'ht sort for hot weather, and as good looking* as q ./M J real woolen I1 weed. £db A ill Will .give immense wear. 4s 3d Trousers for ,:lv Men's Check Harvard Shirts: Those lire lliu usiisd 3s Gil. working shirt. Hiivo collars nncl pocket; fulled and 4 q, 44c8 gusseited. Now tmly -^^ XX\A Boys' Three-Garment TWEED SERGE & SEROEUETTE SUITS. These nro a Magnificent Ccilloction of h...
Bank Manager's Confession. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Bank Manager's Confession.1 Anou 0 o'clock last Thin sifn^jv cu- ing a well ditsstd man walked; mto the dtleelivc olhct at Russell stvii«t, Melbouine, md astoimdid the olei^k b) saving that he had 00010 to gltii himself up lo the police ' I III An'tiwe-i to lncuiiiits, Ihc usitOi si'd he wa'f'a. bink maiiagii fiom Miiha, nilcl'lug tash w is shoit to Iht cxltnt pT,£l^[Jl.) 01 jC^'JOO ^tjSnd lusJ;m,'\lfne*'wa'| ITllfrll OMli If II Mill] llltlf llO It lfl I'MHMI nun igc r of *. the Comnititiffl liauk -at Maffra foi the hst' tiglif')eats * Hi) hid .1 wift and one child 'Foi (llie last two 01 (luet )tns(heh,id bicn taking money In lopgucg to }.he bank,' and he was now XloOOoi dO1400 hhoi tj in Ins cash This had piO)ed on his mind so Unit lit felt lmptltcd. it) come to Melbourne ind in ikt n cliau bitast Of Ihe wliolt ilTan Ht utcoulingly ltft Maffi 1 on AVtiliftschi) without pei mission of tin bink aulhoi i(i(.s, and hid come- up to Melbourne To day he sen! a let lei' to Mi II L Htion, g...
Proposed Dairy Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 March 1905
Proposed Dairy Conference. Tin Boaulof Untttois of Ihe Mm iiing Rnei Coopcialise IJ.ui) Co, acting on the suggestion of Mi lit II, nnnagei of llu NCSN Co, aie I iking the lintialiNo 111 a movement tnliuilnted to gie.ul) beneht the %au ous t it touts of the Stale, and also lhe- dnii) mtii 11 is pioposid to'hold a tonftitnte in S\dnt- duiingbhow week «E delegates homi all tht lutt 01 us in Iho State, to'distuss the 111 it tu of net an ft eight and taiiiago of bill tt^ to JjondiHi —whit h lsionsidtied to be much m 1 \cc ss ol wh it il/should hi —and to sio if Government cold sloiage towns cannot bo obtained with dtip walu iiontago to S)dnty luu boui, in oidti(thal tl/e bultei may be laiultd diiecti into the lite/ing, woikb b) tht toast'il sli uneis, and shipped duett b) the home sttameis, without e\posuie and eaitag' It is ptoposid to asktd the Government fin the old Atlas Woiks, P) 1 mont,-now used loi the expoil of meat Those pioposals. should leeeive the heaity'6uppoi t of even fatl...