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Sporting Intelligence. CITY TATTERSALL'S RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 28 April 1903

. Sporting Intelligence. C1T Y TATTERS ALL'S RACES. ' Saturday, v . Tho Novice Handicap. —Dro netl.iry .1,' Whiting 2, Ether 3. ?. - ?' V; ' I : Flying Handicap,— Rejoice 1, Velocity 2, Hollo 3. Youthful Stakes. — Airloch 1, Cliamber- ? lain 2, Attendant 3. ' City Tattersall's Handicap. — Ambul- ance 1, Silver Forest 2, Nalipro 3. Welter Handicap. — Tatterdemalion 1, Ratifia 2, Rejoice 3. Horseowners nro reminded that the' general entry for the Casino Jockey Club's annual race meeting, to be run on Friday nest, closes on Wednesday night at 5) o'clock, with the secretary (Mr. W. Car mouL) at the ' Express' ollice, whyn en tries must be made for the Time'llandieap Trot, Trial Handicap, H ick Welter Han dicap, inr.l Farewell Handicap. Non acceptors for the Opening and Club Handicaps must also declare befoie the time above stated. The Persian lias been sjld to Mr. IJolger, of West Australia. Tho we'l-known pony Pop, whose last appearances in Sydney wore at Forest Lodge, has been running...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Rous. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 28 April 1903

? rv. — — — Knits. ' A serious accideut occurred on Thurs day,; to tho wife, mother, and oldest son of Mr.' M'MulIen, school teacher They were starting out for a drivo from Mr. M 'Mullen's rosidonco, about 11 a.m , when the hor^e started plunging, taking the vehicle, over a stump and .throwing the occupants' out on' to a b^rbod-wire . fe'nco (says tlid'-'Ballina ' Beacon'). As sistance was soon fort'littomiiiir. when it was 'found ;that the ladies , were both badly injured. Mrs. M'MulIen, son., had her scalp almost torn off by the barbod wire, while lier shoulder was dislocated, and she was badly shaken. Mrs. M'MulIen, jun , sustained a broken jaw and sprained wrist; but tho bo}', although a good deal cut about, had no bones broken. Dr. Tilloy was sont for from Lismoro, and after attending to them' advised that the ladies bo re moved to Ballina Hospital, whence they were taken, aud there attended to by Drs. Corlis and Tomlins. At latest re port they wore progressing as well as could...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 28 April 1903

News of the District, ? « ? ? ...- 4,'oi'itki. The -annual Easter vestry meeting of tho Church of England was hold last wook, the Rov. F. It Now ton presiding. Mr. Goorgo Yabsley was elected clergy man's warden, and Messrs. G. Gaskin and EI. Johnson people's wardens. Tho question of providing a meeting room and accommodation for tho clorgynian nt PnrnL-i nrna rlisoiicsofl wlioll it WaS unanimously decided that suitable build ings bo at once erected on the Church ground, and that the following com mittee be appointed to give effect to the decision arrived at, viz:— Rev. F. R. Newton, tlio Churchwardens, Captain Storey, Messrs. W. Yabsloy, W. Thorlcy, H. C. Pooltfey, L. F. Bonaud, with power to add. The ' R. R. Herald' says it is gratifying to find parishioners tak ing a lively interest in church matters. Mr. J. T. Morgan, for maiiy years teacher of Now Italy Public School, has been promoted to Picton, and his many friends will congratulate him upon his advance. . .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

'«-} Jv\ 85 BE \ Bj X BO W $. Newcastle Racecourse Cask. — a lad who has been ill custody in con nection with the scales cnBo at New castle was brought beforo the Newcastle Court on Monday, charged with being on the . racecourse for an unlawful purpose. L no case was dismissed. Ha was then charged with conspiring with others to dofraud tho Newcastle Jockev Club of £22, and was remanded til'l Friday., A Peculiar SvsiEjr. — A recent tele gram from Chicago to the 'Daily Ex press ' says ' A general shopkeeper named Norton, in the little town of Con verse, Indiana, about- sixty miles from tho capital, has stirred up the wholo conntrysido for miles about him by hi5 decision to run his shop 'as Christ would run it.' He refuses to sell to bacco, and when the profits in any day reach 10s., he sells for the rest of tho day at cost price. He gives away 200 loaves of bread to the poor each day, and those without money receive groceries free, while others who can pay a littlo get them at cost pr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

Casino Hospital. I Ax item which appears intlie list for the expenditure in connection with the Casino Hospital for tlie month, and which appeared in last issue, certainly calls for some comment in the interests of the subscribers. The item referred to is for furnishing, amounting to up wards of £50. From what has tran spired it appears that the new Matron, on taking over her dufies, found the institution, to a great extent, devoid of some necessary furniture, and in behalf of the patients was compelled to incur the expenditure alluded to. Sub scribers to our Hospital, unless ac quainted with the facts of the case, would naturally come to the conclusion that the new Matron was inclined to be extravagant. This, however, does not appear to have been the case, for on inspection tlie Committee found that lier representations were not in any way exaggerated, and that it was really necessary to supply the furnish ing asked for. It seems strange, at. the same time, that a hospital, which h...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir Hector Macdonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

Sir ISectoi* Macdonahl. Tub London correspondent of .the New York ' Herald,' telegraphing to his journal on Maroh 26th in reference to tfie late Sir Hector Macdonald, says ? he was informod by a gentleman who has a nephew in one of the regiments stationed at Ceylon that he had received a letter from his relative stating that re ports reflecting upon Sir Hector Mac donald's private life had beeu current for some months. He further wrote that the principal accuser was the vicar of an English Church out there, and that when the Governor bade Sir Hector Macdonald ' Good-bye ' he said to him, ' The best thing you can do is to dis appear during tho voyage.' The corre spondent adds that at the War Office the theory generally held is that Sir Heotor Macdonald had been inuane for some time. Mr. Throssoll, M.L.A., who has re turned from a holiday in Ceylon, stated at Perth, on Friday, that' the common feeling of the people in Ceylon towards thu late Sir Hector Macdonald was one of sympathy. N...

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CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual meeting of the above Coun cil was held in -the Town Hall on Tues day evening last, tho following members being present :— The Mayor (Aid. Cope), and Aid. Page, Balzer, Frost, Franey, Raynor, Stitz, and Simpson. Tho minutes of last meeting were rend and confirmed, on tho motion of Aid. Balzer, seconded by Aid. Franey. . ' ? ? CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence outwards and inwards was read, the latter being received and ordered to be dealt with on the motion of Aid. Simpson, seconded by Aid. Bal zer, and was as follows : — From the Public Works Department, with reference to Council's application' for the balance of the minor roads' vote for 1902 and 1903, and stating that tho minor roads' vote for tho present year only amounted to £181 0s lUd, and that as the Council had received £282, that is £100 13s 2d in excess of the amount due, there was no balance available. From the Lands Department, stating that 25 acres in tho Town Common had been reserved fr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

Cabi.no; Printed anil publlsliuilliy Jamks Giiikvb nnJ | OliOIWlK llKIUIKHT TUIINHU, rroprictors, -llcl' 1 Ounurnl 'Printing Ollluo, uimiur ot liarkor unu B Wulliui atruuts, I

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 — 1 May 1903

Local and General News. ? ? ^ Marriage. — On Tuesday last, aj^the Presbyterian Church, Casino, the Rev. J. Strang joined in wedlock Miss Poar aonj daughter of Mr. W. Pearson, a well known resident of Gree.nridge, and Mr. James Weir, also 'a popular resident. nil ? ? ? ? ? Ji 1 ? ? .f f„: ? xuere was h ^ouu ttLiuimuituu ui incnuo, and the bride looked very pretty in lier wedding dross. At the breakfast which followed the usual toasts were honoured, and tho bride and bridegroom proceeded to Grafton for their honeymoon. We join in wishing them every happiness. Local Mabkkt Report.— Messrs. R. A, Carlton & Co. report having sold : — Fat Cattle — 27 bullocks at from £7 7s to ' Ji9, .32 cows at from £5 2s Cd to £7. Dairy and Mixed Cattle — 98 steers at from £2 8s to £4 9s, 41 heifers at from £2 17s Cd to £5 15s. Horses— 10 hacks and light harness, from £1 7s to £16 ; mare, sulky, and harness for £25. Pro perties— House and laud in Hickey street-, also house and land in North stree...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

Advertisements. PONIES nnd SADDLE HORSES.— Wanted 100 Hcud, from 4 to 7 years. R. A. CARLTON & CO;, Auc tioneers, Cnmno. E W A _ ' R D Strayed from Ellangowan,. daring 'tho month of January last, THREE STEERSi from 18 montlis to 2 years old, branded [Xj ' over A reward of Ten Shillings, per', head will be paid for information that Vill load to thoir recovery. HENRY HARRIS, ? Ellangowan. jp LOUGH ING AND SOWING Tho Undersigned is prepared to under take Ploughing and Sowing in and around Casino. Terms moderate. Applications ad dressed to ' Express' office will bo attended to. E. CLEMENTS, * Casino. [C A li D.] Miss Fitzhenry, ' Certificated Nurse, OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT. Address—' Bilongin,' Private Hospital, : : Casino j F- W. SCHHEFFEN, Piano Maker & Organ Builder, Expert Tuner. WORKSHOP for Repairing, &o. , at , Tooiiey's Royal. Hotel, Casino. Orders may be left with Stitz Brothers. ' i , _ ii WALKER'S RICHMOND & TWEED DIRECTORY ALMANAC. PRICE Is, at al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

'Two I'cr Cent, off My Life.' It was in a court of justice adjoining .the hideously gloomy prison of Newgate, a point at which the misery and crime of London have for centuries been focussed. A young man. scarce past boyhood, stood before the late Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, charged with embezzlement. He was a bright, in- ? teliigeut youth, somewhat better educated than the aveiage English clerk, but not clever enough to iniike one sovereign do the Work of. five, so he had embezzled his em -pjtiyer's money in order to live according to Ilia taste. The employer objected, hence j the scene of which we have a vivid recollec tion. After reatjiug him a fatherly lecture, the eminent, judge sentenced the delinquent to two years' imprisonment. ''Two years!' exclaimed the convict, as he was led away. ' Two per cent, off my life, if I live for a hundred years !' . ? Yes, two years makes a distinct notch iir -j the lite even of a ccntoiiariaii ; and then,; you! see, very few of us can teuson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

' For Chronic Chest Complaints, ' Woods' Great Peppcrmiut (Jure. Is 0 |

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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IX. THE CALOOLA ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

Australian Bushrangiug. ? ? ? — — r~n — the early days. [Bv CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER IX. THfi CALOOLA ROBI3ER8. In due course the two Kosses were executed witlim the preemts of Darl in'lmi'st gaol. Alexander Ross, tlie mim who fired the shot by winch Stephens was wounded, was a Roman Cutliolic by persunsion, and was at fciidal to the scalTokl by the Venerable i 1 Archdeacon M'Enroo and Fathers | Sheridan and Dwyer. Charles Ross, | bis companion m crime, was a Pro 1 testant, and was attended by the Rev. I P. P. Agnew. Both men while under 1 condemnation were visited by the | Sisters of Charity, whoso exertions | f|,ey received most gratefully, devoting I themselves with earnestness to that, i preparation so necessary for men whose i lives were about to cease. 1 lie nuni fi her of persons present at the execution il did not exceed thirty or forty, although ?i there Was a crowd of . about a hundred | or more assembled outside the gates of ?j tlie gaol ; but these of course saw I nothing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

* Dentistry in all its Brandies. i 4 # Ypur TEETH, the first Organs of Digestion, don't 4 * neglect them. They are health to you, and rest cn 4 ^ cold winter nights. 4 * ..Don't, procrastinate when you can have them 4 carefully attended to at MORTIMER'S, at | ? * Reasonable Prices. \ * s * Extractions Painlessly by the aid of Nitrous Oxide I * Gas. Local Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &amp; c., $ « when required. \ * 1 \ f Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fillings. 4 CASINO PHARMACY. | G. J.:. MORTIMER, \ Oliemist and Dentist, . I BARKER STREET. | Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, | Dental Work has my Careful Attention. | # * Orders Promptly Attended To. * * $ Drugs, Medicines, cfec. * ~ ' . * For DVugs, Patent Medicines, Babies' Foods * Feeding Bottles, Perfumery, Brush ware, Toilet # Soaps, Tooth Powder, Tooth Paste, Tooth ^ Brushes, Sponges # . ; ' # A Nice Lot of PIVER'S Beautiful Perfumes, just arrived ' # MORTIMER'S. I ' j 1 ? # The Lowest I'rices. and Best Goods. *<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

. The Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Friday, May 1, 1908.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

?' s ? 'T -,rv- :? . .? . :???????. ?? ? - ? ? ? . - ? v ? ? J f * }* 5 y* * ' ' ' rTHB^HOTOB THAT ; BU1M !' | ; - ' ? WHAT IS IT?,, ? ' , ' , j '? THERE'S / .. * - ' ? ' 3 ' - i. ; . '? i:iJt I' POWERFUL - . [ PURSE . PLEASING PRICES | ' AT ' ? THE ' ? HOUSE THAT J MAY BUILT ! IT'S A HOUSE THAT WAS BUILT BY SELLING BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY OR THE SAME, GOODS,' ... ?; FOR LESS MONEY THAN ELSEWHERE. , ? . ' ? ? ? . ' ' '?- ; 5 ' \'-r' IT'S A HOUSE THAT IS A PLAGE OF CONSTANT ENTERTAINMENT, AS IT DISPLAYS AND ILLUSTRATES THE WORLD'S CONCEPTIONS IN tfEW MATERIALS, NEW DESIGNS— NEW FASHIONS.- 1 ;? ?' y ;;':K .. a: IT'S A HOUSE THAT TELLS THE WORLD'S OPINION ON FASHION, HEALTH, COM FORT, AND CONVENIENCE IN * ' . , APPAREL, AND TELLS ITS PATRONS HOW TO LOOK BETTER — LIVE BEL'TER AND-FEEL BETTER.. , - . . IT'S A HOUSE THAT SECURES TFIE GREAT MANUFACTURING CENTRES .OF THE ^WORLD /IN-ORDER' TOf SHOW r i' ' ' : THE PUBLIC EACH NEW PRODUCTION AND SHOW IT - BETTER AND QUICKER AND CHEAPER...

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R.R.A. Hand P. SOCIETY TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

R. B, A, H and P, S00IET5T I ? « ? : ? ? TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. „ Office-bearers: — Patron, Mr. D. Campbell, J-. P. ;? President, Mr. W. G. Simpson, J.P. ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. B. M'Dougall, J.P., nnd A. P. Curl ton, J.P. ; Treasurer, Mr. F. B. Tyrrell, J.P. ,* Committee, Messrs. 0. H. Ander son, in. jpogwen, jj. hj. oope, j. -». Knapm'an,C. Cnmoroii, J. T. Junor, F. Or: Faiming,'R Barling, M. Bulmer, W. W. Juuor, G. Lollbaek,.A. J. Munro, S. R.-Watkins, Wi J. Dockrill, W. L. Boyce, W. G. Muckney, F. Stitz, G, M. Elliott, J. J. Franey, Jas. Gooley, S. J. S. But ler, G. . Ii. Imeson, . G. S. Marsh, C. M'Keo, C. H. lliley, W. A. Parker, P. M'Gruer, T. A. Blanch, 'B. Carlill, and H. Barnes ; Secretary, Mr. E. J. Rob inson. ... . . . , , . . .... -' INTROPUPTdXlY.. , If tho oducativo effect of country shows is in any degree relative to the eager social andfratorriul spirit' exhibited by- the people interested in such, events, and 'the undoubted, energy they, . throw int...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A Lucky Gift. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

A 'iiiieky * Ciift.. I It is not generally known how Orzil — tho sire of tho successful 2-year-olds Bassini, Dumont, nnd Kilfera — came to Australia. The horse was tho property ( of the Hon. Lionel Brassey, and raced with great success in England until ho turned roguo and refused to do his best any more. Mr. Brassey, not being in any need of mone}', aud fearing that if he sold tho horse to any ono in England the new buyer might get him to run u^ to his old form and perhaps beat some of Mr. Brassey's owh horses, decided to get rid of him by sonding him some where out of England. Mr. P. Osborne, son of the late P. H. Osborne, of Currandooley.. was in England on a visit at the time, so that Mr. Lionel Brassey gave him tho horse on tha understanding that he would take him away to Australia. Thus it was that Orzil came over hero. In his first season ho was only given a very few mares, four only being thoroughbred ; of these four mares, threo foals have been tried, viz., the three aboveme...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

I G'fctfEaSA&amp;i SE'rVS. The Attorney-General, Mr. Wise, returned to Sydney on Friday, after a ? brief trip to England. A Grafton fisherman clears £4 a week sunplying tlio town alone, Bays the 'Grip.' Mr. Horace Watts has tendered his resignation as conductor of the Grafton I Brass Band. ? Tho Halfway Hotel, Chatsworth Woodburn road, has been purchasod bv ?Mr. S Clark, of Harwood. Major Bennett, who is at present in Grafton, has s--een 21 3'ears' service as an -offi'-or in the Salvation Army. ; _Cavanoijoii's Liver Tonic never fails tc , pive relief in all liver and kidney complaints. , For sale at all stores.* Dr. Honrv has purchasod 300 hooks ifrom the Mechanics Institute Library and ? presented them to tho Grafton Hospital. - Two .men Lin Ti/olbourne have been senienued tjV\ tlirei; yearn' iniprison menfc for having coining iniplehioiits in their possession. Over (lie gato.-j of the Commonwealth Customs, states Mr. Jacobs, ihe retiring president of the Adelaide Chamber of C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 1 May 1903

mHE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI T 6ATI0N COMPANY, Limited express Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and jJk&amp;v m HE fast find powerful X . acre » Steamships EAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEORGE Are now running a Tri-weekly Service, Ei,'? Sydney TUESDAY, THURS ruY ° and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAKI on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMOBNIE now , makin' regular weekly trips h»s a refrj s/eratitur chamber equal .to 60. tons capacity, is lighted throughout ^witlv electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, and all niordern improvements. The ©AKliANIV Will mako Weekly Trips to tho Richmond River, callinj- at Newcastle coming North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tiunki, St. George, . or Ramornio by telephmiin' to Coraki or direct to Lis ninrc, whore Saloon 'plans may he seen. It is specially requested that all _ com- munications regarding Shorts or Missing Carm be directed to the Local Manager, at Coraki, who will imme...

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