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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Religious Services. 'CihikoiiofKscilam) (Casino District)— Su Dud bund ijr m Lent, Maroh 10th, 1005 : Casino, HtAy Cominuniuu, 8 a in , Matins mill Holy Communion, II n.m.; Kyogle (SlIiuuI of Arts), 7 40 p in -Rex. C. Siytiium. Mongogiiii, MutniH, 11 ,i in ; Smiiluy iSilio.il, 2 p in Cumin, H\cut-ong, 7 30 p. in — Mr 11 II Muitilgton vS uulihmls Kango (Mi h IS u bit's), 7 'W p m Mnmliy, W irclt 'JOtli Vllangiwun (Mi. Mnldlcton's), 7 30 p hi. Wi.hu s.l.iy. MVbh 2Jwl beep Cierk (Mi Hottest, 7o0piin Thuisrfay, Mucli 2ji(l Clowiss Ouiltl, 7 HO pin rniluy, Miiuli JJih Casino, Clion Practice ut t- p in lUtV lNCVT]I(-JjltriIlllt01l(Cil1llloDlbtllkl) — ShihI.ij, Match 10th Cas'tin, Miss .it 8 and II ,i in , BuiuliUion ,it 7 30 n in — I «lU-\. J I Ahum. I'KFsBYlKMAN (VlUmCU 01- Al'STIUI.IA (Ciisiiio Chuge) — KinUy, Match 17, 1903 ISuiigMt.illiyn (\Ji. Yalmlcj's), 7 30 pin, Sihbath, Mirth 19. Casino, 11 am.; ' Co tiki, 7 HO pin.— Ri%. Diud Allan. Cikiiio, 7 .!0 p in — Mi. W O Muckticy. Pni'SU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
'^v JOB PR6&8T3NG rjf WILL bo executed piomptly lit Iho ? R. H. Exi-KisbOHico.it L0W15ST 1'OSSIBLH UATKS consistent with legiti mate business. 'For Cash Orders wo aro prepared to deal ntl'ncfi that 'Mil obviate liny necessity for sanding oidcis lIscvvIioio. '0KI1SVH & TURNER, Proprietors, Casino. —Bill Riley,— i rnirE Colcbratud Conli.icloi, of W.iIIht JL street, Casino, w lshes to intini.ilo to his i)ld and now friends, in till parts of the Slate, that he is now prep.ui'd to build Housed, &c, of nil detei iptioiiH OSr' WHILE YOU WAIT. .SOLID WORK FOR REASONABLE RATES. ' Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your House Returned. s-Nolo the address:- BILL RILEV, Walkcr bti cot, near Iho Railway Station. ADVICE GRATIS T» EUGENE.. E. RBS.EV, HOUSE PAINTER . . AM) . . li 5SCO 3S. A'fl' a V K A 8IT BS'B'. NONE bill the Best Malcil.il faithfully applieil Iiy an orticii'iil.Stnff of Com petent Artists, an.l all undei 'pjfiboual supervision. ? Contracts undertaken in any part o...
About Drinking. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
About Drinking. ; TiiBfolIowing statements are contained in the evidence given by' the great , phy sician (Sir W. Gull) before the S&lect Committee of the House of Lor. Is on in temperance :— ? : \ J,;-? I. Instead of flying to alcohol^ as niahy. people do when they are exhausted, tliSy migut very wen urnih water ; or tiiey - might very well take food, and .would be very much better without tho alcohol ? 2. Of all the diluents or solvents for .the nutritious parts of food there is noth-; ? ing : like water. ? ' ^ ,-??;?': ::';V '.-'' '.'? ?': ' '??'? : y. If I am fatigued with overwork personally, my food is very simple ;I eat '?'. the. raisins instead of taking tho wine ' I have had very largo experience in that practice for SO years, and I havo recom , mended it to my personal friends. ; . . '4 /Drinking leads to the degeneration of tissues ; it spoils tho health and it ' -spoils the intellect. 5. Alcoholj'and all things of an atco ?'? holic nature, injnrothe nervous tissu...
Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Fatal. Accident. ? . Having sutisfiod himself on the merits nuil demerits of theatres 'as an institution, Mr. W. T. Stead has more reontly been making u personal stii ly of tho Welsh re - vival movement. Hh romarka aro not 'unworthy of .-itteution. Jo an interview he said the danger of ravivals like (ho': .present oue in miles was mat tno nro burned very brightly at first, but the people would not go to prayer meetings for ever,, and ' needed soineono to keep the fire burning by making them apply themselves to nil manner of good works. Faith was pood, mid tho foundation of all, but having surrendered themselves mid found salvation, and brought others to Christ, the time would come when they would ask, ' What more is thoro to do?'1 He' was afraid that unless these people were given plenty todo, nnd fult they were doing God's work in their daily life the danger of reaction was very great. As a sequel to the revival he would Ijko to suo the. converts and representative men meeting in c...
The Bagman. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
The Bagman. When the summer sun is shining, His fierce raj-s falling fast, . And every Btono re.poa ting His sr-orching furnace blast ; It's no u.so fishing sh dy spots, Or loafing by tho way ; J!or its time to roll ' Matilda ' up, And tramp another day. You must roll your liltle.drum, For another little liunf, For you're bound to striko a shanty, Whore you'll drown it all in nun. And when you'ro mile* away from nowhere, And your nosobi'^'a gctl ing slack.; ' And tho festive ily in millions Perches idly f-n your back ; - Have a pitch with every bagman Struggling on beneath his load, And, he sun*, don't miss the shanties, Sen tiered till along your road. For there's shantioa on your road, ' VVhero yon'ro bound to get a load, And the stuff tho shanty- koepjr.-i soli Will keep you on your ro.wl. When you've left tie: pub bohiul you, And'go striking through tho Imah,. You will curse all shanty-keepe'» As your weary way you push ; And, as far across tho rangus You s«e tho sw.iying trees,...
Coraki Show. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
- Coraki Show. 'lllV XCLi:ciIlA!il.1 TiniRsnAV. '-, ,. The show was opened yesterday by llio Mayor' (Aid. W. .Nolan). The weather was fine, bul. very hot;, audthc ntlotid iince niodorate. 'lhe, following awards woie nude : — Horses — Blood sialliou,3yi's and ovor : A. E. Thomas' Vandame, also champion. Blood mare, 3yis and over : G. M'Loiin, 'also champion. .Stallion, 2yis and under 3 : W. Wilson. Maro, 2yrs and uiuloi1 3 : J.' Drown. Yearling colt : W. Giay. Yearling lilly : J. W. ? M'Phciso'n. Draught, stallion, Uyvs and over: (). 11. Gollan's Wnllnco, nlsoeham])ion. Diaughd inure, 3yrs and over: G. M'Loan, also champion. ' Mnro, 2yrs~and under 3 : G. M'Lean. ' ^ , There was a good show of poultry. S. Smith, of Biillina, taking twenty lust prizes, pf -agricultural piioduco there was n poor display. Maize on stalk : \V. MolTilt. Large yellow niaizo : Captain Storey. Large white maize : T. S Ale\ nndor. Collection maize : A. M 'Donald. Broom millet : Goswell Bros. Millet reed : P. M...
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, Moni.av. Laut.ii information from St. Pelersbmg states that there is little doubt thai M''CulWugH, tho mail who was blown to pieces, was n native of tho Russian Baltic provinces, nnd was using .a false pnsspoi I, which represented him ns a British sub iecl. 'A number of arrests havo'been made in St. Petersburg in connection, with the nli'air, and thore have also been Humorous nrre'sts in the Baltic provinces. M'Cullouyh's papers, which have boon taken possession of by the police, weto found to incbldo a revolutionary ptucl.i mation, a number of pamphlets, chemical formulas for the manufacture of an ex plosive more powerful than lyddite, draw ings of infernal machines, and notes in specting the various Imperial residence-. Large bands of peasants are now pil laging tho estate, in tho province of Oii'l, in Central Russia. They havo also nt tnckod the refineries and distilleiies, ninny of which havo been .sacked. Tho peasants declare th.at they only want t...
THE WAR. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
THE WAR. . LONDON. Moxiuv.!. . Tim battle of Mukdon is in truth tho greatest bntllo the world has ever wit nessed. According to Japanese estimates the forces were about equal, 350,000 men on onch side. A l'ussiini correspondent describes the retreat from Mukden as n rout. Tho Russians killed, wounded, nnd taken prisoners aio estimated in oflieial despatches to total over 200,000, while 000 guns wore lost. The victory was overwhelming. Tlio number of Russians killed and taken prisoners is so etiortnouB tho Japanese are hardly able to deal with A telegram from St. Petersburg states Genorul Kuropatkin nskod the Czar's permission to resign, alleging his. urgent need of physical nnd mental rest. It is stated that had Gunerul Kuro patkiu ordered a rotrent on the- 8th March, as first intended, ho would havo averted the disaster. ???'?? Tho Russians wero caught in n trap. They fought desperately, but the hellish artillery hail and hniid grenades cont pclled thorn to snrrendor. A French corr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Advertisements. WANTED, a MAN to Milk nnd Plough O'ond wages Apply at Iho Jm penal Hotel, Casino, nl 12 oVluik, on b-\iUKDAlr NKXT, 18th instant DRAUGHT IIOR.SLS WANTED-30 Hcnd biokcn ami unhioken yimig Ui night IIoisis Good Piicls givon An plyto.lVS Ii M'DOUUALL, Cibiuo W'ANTBD-100 Vciy Foi ward DAIRY 11HIFHI5S, in lots Apply to JAb I) M'DOUUALT, 1-)ILLIARD TABLE l't)H SALE, vnj J3 Cheap ti)i Cash. Apply to J '1 JANDY TT»OR PR1VATH bAL15-ll JJulloeki, ' Wiggon, audCuai Agoud turn out, LlJ-- \pply.7AS 1! M'DOUCiALL ry i: n n i s ' , ' t c l u 15 lhoAmuiiI Meeting of Mcmbus of the Ci&iuo 'leriius Club will be held on the Comb opposite Mi J Ii M'Dougall's Rcsidi-iice, at .'5 ]- m on bA'l LJUDAY NLX11, MAUCII IS J-u-]nco3— Klcctiou of Olhce bc.ilei - md Ctcnci.il W P P0PJ5, Pieoidcnt rp 0 MILK b U P V L 1 15 R S A MCE1IN0 of hiipphets will beheld it my lCRidencn, Icnltiliold Kund, on SAIUPvDAY NIGHT, Iho 18th lii-tiuil, at 8 (i elof Ic r - UuSIMbS* Toilll.lllgl .lbi)llt tloCllt...
St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
St. iPati-iok's Day. Tub prevalence of green ribbon yes terdiiy innrning botoltenod tho advent onco- moro of St. Patrick's Day, which was colcbrated in Oiisiuo by a day's sports on tho Show ground, Im idoalroii'lczvoiiB foi such :, itlioiing' In tho moiimig, after a short service at the Cluirch, a huge iiumbci of llie liibot mail Sncfetv and othcis, with m my pupils of the Convent School, tho lattoi pieltily at tired in white with gieon cithcs, fountd ^n procossion nnd maiebod' to tho ground, hoadod by Iho loc.il BaikI Tho pio^'ininino contained 28 cvouts, but up to J 30 pin not maiiy had buon'con* eluded, although numbois woio in pio gress At that limit tho altiind.inco1'oii tho giound niimbeicil ovei bOO Most of tho olluo he.itois weio bind at woik, espoenlly tho sociel.ii ios. (Mcsib. II Pngo md T Mojlan), whilo. Mi. J M iloncy wasoipiywhtio Coiitudc'iiiblo niloicht was being ili»pln-Qcl in mobt of tbo events. l''or the piiucipal handicap fo t laoo theio weio 27 .iccoptors; nnd j...
Safe Speculation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Safo Speculation. ' ' If ymi have an iitUolt of rhouiiialifjin and C'liumlicrla'iii's Pain Ij.iIiii gets you ImoU to work in it fevy dnys, will it nob puy for it »ulf Hovurnl times ovet- V 1'horo is no need of Hiill'i'iihg from rliuuniatism for a mouth or six wcuks, inquiring thocxpuiiHU of u largo duuim-'H Ivill, whun a fmv uppiiuations of this hiiiinunt, oiiKling link a .snmll amount, will miio y.m. K,,,. sulu i,y Huiiilinood Uli.s. Tho i:ru]i of Mr. A. So'iimcrlad, 'winiicr of ijw vvhwit-iiulil nmiputHion at the Tuntor lii'ld Show, uvurngvd fiO bualiolu pur acre, weighing OD^lb. to the buuhol, whioh is tt lui'urd for N.S.W. *
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Agricultural Society^ A MKBIINO' Of UlO It.R.A.lI. (111(1 P. Society was hold in tho Town llall, Cas iiio. on Tuesday afternoon last. Present --Messrs. 0. Anderson (president) in Iho chair; W. Pivrkcr, Rev. C. Seymour, J .Timor. W. Juikt, S. Watkin.s, T. Colo, !?'. Kuarmuui, F. Tyi'roll, Ei'Grucvcs, M ]5ulmor, a. munro, v . aciw, a. uni-iinn, G. Kciliinson, W. Dookrill, G. Mnvsli, E Iiliy, H ISuhni;, L (Jupi , I*1 Fanning, ,J M'Dougill, U \leom, .mil E Kulmi miii (ilciUim) Apolo'y whs undo foi the accuse of Wcssi W feimpsjn, and ]) Cunpbell Minute of ]uiYuus merlin * hiwng been continued, eon i spondence a\ is lead and dealt with as under - Fioni Agueullui il Union, asking foi addition il nominations foi pudges , and Miling »ho iiinuil coiifiiuiwi would In, litld on Apnl 20 Tho Chan man stilled Hi it Clio fcouifly awir not now'.iflilnlul with Iho Union TIio IoIIli was lcfentd In Uio stow hi dsgenci illy . limit Mimstci foi AgiicyRuic, Hi iting ho could nuluuopt unit ition to attend ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
PITH AND POINT. In 0110 part of London land has boon sold at tho rate of £75 per square foot. Lu^t ni'inth's pay by tho Byron Buy But ter Co. was practically £1000 ad.iy. ? Be wiso and buy the king of s.tnvug Oar mntit nnd Junor, solo agonta for Ca-iinn and Kyogle. . . ,-.- Tho death is rccordod on, .tlw ' '..Cliironcs of Mr. Hugh M'Uniiiilii, a^jeil .toiii' lacoVe nnd', two yo/ii'S. .'?-. . '.'. ''- /..?*\i;i;;'v:-?.J57 Don't buy a stovo until .'-'you hayb.'seaii:tlio': Rex. No cliargo for iiiBpJfltibii. ^'diu'iiibiit and Junor's. . ': ?,-,;?'' -fv--''^ -.?':, £14,500 was paid away .in prizes for thb recent V.RC. mooting, of which' F.'AFoy senttrcd £2S0l. ? -'AJ*i&,i Some dairy hoi fcis from the' ttichmond:' Rivor recently realised £11 per head in tlio Ruloigh c.lectorato. ' ? F'vci\- Order of Merit awarded Rex stoves at Brisbane Exhibition in 1901. C'irmont and Junor, agents. '?}??' One of the prizos at a recent Presby terian .bazaar was a wedding cake and a mirriage certi...
The Richmond to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
The Richmond to the 1 Front' The Tentorfield 'Courier' reports in connection with the Show that the com petition to guess the dressed weight of a fat cow for n prize of a fat cow valued- 'at l!5 5s, prosonlod by Mr. J. Hyuos, .was very populir, not loss ? Mian5 473 -tickets being disposed, of.. ... The '.cow was killed 011 Friday night, and - (iti being weighed the folio whig morning tho carcase turuij'1 tho scaLt nfc 75:51bs. - Notwithstanding tho nimitier of tickets sold; and the rium ' her of cattle men who pride .themselves 'oil being nble'to 'estimate! withiu ii fi^w pounds' of tho 'weight of ' a beafit, '.only: about 20 guessed over 7001bs, the ?ic:irost .to the exact woiglit being iilr._j. 715. M'Dougall, of Casino, who guessed 7351bs aud 732lbs, and wins the co\V. The iiext nearest to the weight were J. Craiko (Tabulam) 777-Ubs, nnd E. R1. White (Domirin) 72'Jlbs. Tho Society will net about £20 nvtlie result of the competi tion. Tho guessing of tho number of grains of cu-n i...
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
THE LATEST_NEp.r [BY TELEGRAPH.] ; LONDON, Tuusn.vv. 'vHtiNriKKiis ' of deaths from bubonic plaguo hiiyp ot'curred at Pisagun, on tho ,w,aijt /coast- of Chili. Tho wholo district ;'wSp-'ftl.st(ite- oiF. panic,,, and Pi.sagun has 'bijb'n hbiindoiiiHl. ; ' \ ; , LON DON, Wbdnihi.a v p Tho Manptis of A'lgluBoy, aged 20 years, . whoso oxtravagonco attracted yvifi'ld'-wido ntttiiition, recently diod at ?Motito' Carlo, of heart, consumption. -- A travellur'for an Austrian linn iilaced a bag cnntnttiing ton thousand pounds worth of jowollery on a chair in 11 cho mist's shop at Hirinihglrun A thief rsubstitntud another bag and decamped with tlio jewellery;. . Severe - luirrioanes iirb blowing on l,hu British coasts. The ship Khybor is a .t.otal;wrock on the coast of Cornwall. .-.Otily i thrtiij on' . board lve'ro .- s.t vod, 23 bwha'di'dwned; ..-, ... ? -?The Polar Expedition to New Siberia, under Baron ' Toll; have porislied. An oxpodilioii sent in search found a . loiter dated 1903, on Bi...
Proposed New Parsonage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Proposal New Parsonacro. A mekting was called by invitation by ,lhe llov G. W. Furner a ' few days nt»n to discuss the building of n now Methodist parsonage, in Casino There ' were pre sent— R;v. G. W. Furnor, Messra. A. U. Simpson, G. K. Iinoson.T. Clink, A. W. Siin'pson, J. B. TlioiuaK, nnd — . Bates. The necessity for .11 now building nt'C'se by ronson of U10 dilapidated con dition of tho old one, which is certainly unfit for the purpose ofjinln'tatioii. After a general disciirsimi/ it w;\» ?.-dacided to. have n rough pliit'i drawn lip with nn es timate of cost and'subiuittcd to the Con ference nuthoriticsiii Sydney for approval. When sanction is obfeiined tenders will forthwith be called, nnd the work pro-! ceeded with ns early, as possible.
Tenterfield Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Tentorfield Road. ;- ? At Tontisrfield n d'-piitiition'-'jAyiiited on Mr Lou, M.P., in ivgwl to 'i-xtii-n votes fiirniain nnd uiinor roads. Mr. Li:o said thnb us tho road from TqnU-rlield to Billiii'i was n tiiiiin 0110, over which was curried the heaviest mail in: tho ijtite, and which must necessarily bt:convj heavier, ns the present great 'population oil tho Richmond inRrf-:i.-»!-]. il. ivoiilfl lmri- groat weight with him in 'considering thoir 'requests, which would ' havo lil-« fiivouruble consideration. ''