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Road Contracts [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
; Road Contracts . |'.'.'-:...; ?,;;iO.K:-yVediicsday, another' tmtch.'of ten ders wero., opened at thti locnl R'inds pilice for l'o'sd work .in the Giisino- dis ti'ictj nnd.the utidor noted lowest i-ffors iii bnch. caso' are iiuder-i 'cnusidu'rabio.n : — ' Neil '5G,-Cnsiiio to North Codring'ton via Toinki public school to Tathaui, T. IC011 ne'dy, ,£87 10s ; No. 57, Casino to North Codi-iiigt-'ii and wharf ab Rinkin'o, D. .M'Mrthou, £41. N(;. 58, Casino to El lnngowan, J. Fniroll, £112 10- No.. (50, Casino to Myall Crook, J. vF;inell, £155 13s; No. 61. C-isino to C-ir.-iki, O. C. Gieen7'£128 (-s For conlmct No 59, Casino to Myall Crook, tho ronders wore all t 'O high, and fresji te.udui's will bo called for. ,
Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Married. On Wudnesd;iy, Mwcli 1, Mr. R. G. Balmer,' one of the propriutors of the ' Lismoi't' Chraniclo,' was wedded to Miss Maud Flick, el-tost, daughter of Mi ll Flick, of Tweed Rivor. Tho coremony was performed by Archdeacon Whyte, in St. Andrew's Church of England, Lis more, there boinir n larco . siatheriii!! of fiioiids. ? The breakfast took place at ex Mayorv l!almoi''s residence.- Thn* bride was tho recipient of n largo number of valuable and useful present*. Tho newly woddod couple piMcem.lod to Brisbane for tho honeymoon. Wo join with their many friends in wishing Mr nnd Babnoi every hnppinoos. . - ' '
Bangalow Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
? ^ ? _ Bangraiow Show. Thb Annual Exhibition of tho Bunga low Agricultural Society will bo hold on the 21st and 22nd March, and a very suc cossful show is expected. ? Bangalow .is acknowledged to be one of the loading dairy shows of n-irthorn Now Smith Walos, mid this yuar'd display of cattle,-, it is conti lently expected, will surpass all previous shows The s iciet-y r'ccpn.tjy .1:0 ceived a communication from the B'nouah Agricultural Society concerning' a party of Queensland farmora coining 'over for the show, and every effort will be. made to rendor thu visitors' trip as pleasant Hnd instfuctivo as possible. Tho hotels will have increasel accommodation. Special train services will run on both lhe Queensland and New South Walos lines. The prize money for this show totals £800 odd. Theio are over 100 special prizes.
Land Operations. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 17 March 1905
Land Operations. Since Thursday of last weokthe follow ing arena of Crown Linda Inve been tiikeii up at the Cnsino ollice :—?}. Cainpboll, nniiu'd lease, (i2i acres, parish ILunilkui : \V. Gwynni1,. special ie iso,. 270 acros, p;irish Jj-iovnheo ; il ,11 4 M:|&e, nfWii.s auction purchase, allotment 7' seutinirTP' villng^. Myrtle.; ; On Wednesday last tlw fnllowitig special leases. in the parish of Wyangnrie, wore sold'nt uuction, at the upset price- in each 'case :— C. , Morton, portion Cli of 8 acros 1 rood- It pachas; D. O'Neil.1,. 67 of 10 acres; E. N. Larkiu, 58iof 10 actvs ; Lukii aii.l .Chauvol,.. G!) of 10 acres.; P. B. Chauv-.'l, 70 of ,10 acres;. Jns. Riley, 71 of 7 ncrea 2 roods -3 ..per ches ; A. C. Simpson, 72 of. 6 noros 1 roo I 3 perchos ; T. Uoll iwny, 73 of 6 acros 3 roods 21 perches, '? ? ' ?
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
R&VOLMTaOH m RUSSIA. LONDON, Friday. / A military conspiracy, tho object of which was to avoid going to the fiont in .Manchuria,' has- boon discovered in the government of Gr -dno, in Lithuania, North- western Russia. Fi\o of tho leaders of tlio conspiracy have boon ex ecuted, four sentenced lo imprisonment for life, and eight others to twenty yoais1 imprisonment, - ; , Lord Rothschild, who has boon intor vi'wcd on the s'il»jactof tlio Russian loan in Pafis, stated that tho i)'j.sbjionometil of tho loan by tho French financiers was tantamount to a refusal. The Fionch, ho stated, know that lo continue Die war would moau a revolution in Russia, while lo co.iso tho war under tho conditions at present existing would also mean a '.evolu- tion. IIo did not buliove, however, tlml. the French Government was cvoiciMiig any pvcsiuro on Russia to bring about peace. , LONDON, Sund vy. Tlio secret polico of Moscow discovoicd a stole of infernal machines, boinlw, and a quantity of explosi...
THE WAR. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
THE WAR. .. LONDON, Thursday. It. is roportod at Tokio that the Japa nese occupied Tie-ling at midnight on Wednesday. The report has been ollici ally .confirmed. General Kuropatkin ?claims to havo repulsed a iierco attack on the contro Russian positions at . Fan-ho (botwoen Mukden and Tic-ling), and asserts that over 1000 Japanese corpses woro 'loft on Mm finl.l. LONDON, Fiuday. General Kuropatkin has- been re called to St. Petersburg. General Li niovitch has succoodod to tho command of tho Russian forces. The Japanese took a groat numbor of prisoners at Tio-ling. According to later information, the Russians apparently abandoned Tio-ling without any serious resistance, after burn ing tho railway station and other Russian buildings. Tho Russians aro now 10 troating to Kai-yuon, twonty-livo miles north of Tie-ling. It is not expected that the Russian army will make any stand until it roaches tlio far north of. Manchuria. Prince Mcstchorski has contributed to his j11uin.1l, tho 'Grashd...
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
THE UTEST NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON. ? Friday. - Mr. J. E. Redmond, loader of t bo Irish Parliamontfiry party, speaking at a ban quet of Irish Nationalists in London, stilted that, tho political prospects of Iro land woro novor hotter than at present, notwithstanding Lord Rosobery's fruitless denunciation of Homo Rule. Mr Red mond declared that Iho Irish Nationalists would support no Liberal party whioh took Lord Rosebory's views ; and c-yen if the Liberals returned to power nominally independent of the Nationalists, the Government would tind it a sheer impos sibility to govern Ireland, for tho Irish party would inako it so. In tho House of Commons, Dr. T. J. ?Maenamara, Liberal member for North Camborwoll, asked for tho names of tho eoutraclors who, it was slated, had sup plied 1,350,816 tins of jam for tho army in South Africa during tho war, each tin containing only 12oz. instead of lib Mr. H. O. Arnold- Former, Secretary of Stato for War, roplied that tho contiaols wore made ...
Warwick Farm Races. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Warwick Farm. Races. . Satuhday. F.irm St'iki\s —Till Hoy, 8st, 1 ; Tyson, 8 4, 2 ; Trmidel, 8st, 3; Jmiipers' Flat Ritce. — Sigualmc, 12-4, 1 ; Ri.ieinnr; 11-10, 2 ; Olynthus, 012, 3. Flying Mile— Waik ito, 7-7, 1 ; Yo San, 7-7, 2 ; Luoknow, '.)-10, 3 (. W.uwiok Handicap. — Fireclay, 8.0, 1 ; Uofugo Bay, 0 10, 2'; Piorr.it, 0 10, 3. Piico Welter —Ian, 9 5), !; YiUl.i.wai, 9 12, 2 ; Sleeper, !),t, 3. ,v '.,- ;, Lord Ullin's D.iu^hter scratched for tho Doneastor riuudicap'. ?, ? . ? Tlio race ii 01 so Dangai has boon sold for 720 guineas. - - ' The St. Kild.i Cup, run at C.mltiold on Sitmday l.iht;, was wan by JXirbun, Mario Oorolli 2, Purser 3. Gladbomo, who was top woigiit,, has Iioimi sor.kichod for tho Doneaetev Handi cap and Sydney' Cup. Particulars in -regard to tho C isino Band sports carnival on Show nights appear 111 this issue ; £20 himlioip foot race aiid other ovont.s. The jumping contoRt at the Moss'.Viile show-WHS won by Mr. H. D. Morton, who secured first arid second '...
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Chamborlaln'3 Pain Balm. This is a liniment, remarkable for its great power uvor pain. It quickly alluys the excruciating piiuis of rheumatism and makes 8loyn,and rest possible. For said by Heathw ood Bro.-s. At tho last meeting of the Presbytery of tho Clarence, at Lismore, the Kov. A. M'Kinlay, of Germanten, was nominated as Moderator of tho next General Assoinbly. Tho Rov. D. Allan reported purchasing a now site at Talhatn for a church, and that slops wore about to be tukon for the erec tion of a now churoh at Casino. Tho next meeting of the Presbytery is to bo held at UrafUfn. ? Tho l.ooths and ntalla for. the Kemptsuy Show realised over £100. '
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
SYUN-BY MARKET PRICKS. Following aro tho wlioloaulu ([notations iti Sugeux-'-truct. Sydney :— Flour : N.S. W., oily roller, CS fa to £8 IO- per ton ; country ni;ik--s, ftom £6 to,i'S 03 ; Matiitnlin, £13 Wa to £13 l,'n-. Hrtih, i)d per Imalicl. i'oll.iril, 1 1J|(I to Is per bushel. Barley : Capo, 2s 7il to 2s 10-l ; Unglisli, 2s 4d to 2* oil per bushel. O.itu: Tasmaui.ui, white fecil,- S«i-'3il to 2» 4.1; Melbourne, Algerian, 23; choice eccd. 2s Id to 2- 3d. per linslitj. Oitui) liny: Victorian, hyilinuliu piessuil, £3 155; wheaton, £3 ? 13k j .Local, i'3 1 Us per ton. Lucerne Hay : Choice dry green, £H 10s to £3 15?; uld summer hij, £3; infeiior, £2 per ton. ^ Chuff: Chuicc grooij when Ion, £i'.tn £4 3» id ; Melbourne, who a«n, i'3 '10s; oaten, £3 us ; Adoluiilc, £;- lus per ton.1 Straw: Ta-jiimman. t'2 ; L'O il. 35s u ton. Millet : Northern rivers, prime long hurl. £J2 to £23 per ton ; prime elmit, £2*2 to £23 10« ; (liscqloiucil imd infeiior, fi'iiin £18. I'oluttwB : Tjismimiai),...
SPORTING NEWS. Coraki Tattersall's Turf Club Races. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
SPORTING NEWS. Coraki Tattcrsall's'hirf Club Raods. * ' . Friday. ' ? ? Cohaki TattorsaH's races today \yero attended by about GOO people. The weather hti.s delightful, and tho racing gave somo splendid results : — Town Plato of £10, (! furlongs.— Lord Bliiiao, 7-12, 1; Skollum, 7-11, 2; -Once Again, 8 10, 3. Throo others ran. - Handicap Hack Race of £10, 6 furlongs. —Koran 1, Sweet Noll 2, Screwy 3. Eight others started. St. Patrick's Handicap of £25, 1 milo.— Joy, 6-12, -V; Hindoo, 8 5, 2 ; Master Danton, 7-8, 3. Four others run. Hindoo hid to tho straight, where Joy t-anie with an excellent run and won by. two lengths. High-weight Welter Hack TJaci- of ilO, 6 furlongs. — Lady Hopetoun 1, Scroivy 2, Playb.iy 3. Eight others started. 'Farewell Handicap of £10, 6 furlongs.' Bira 1, Unlla 5, Crushcon 3. Fivo others ran.
What Does it Mean? [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
- '; What Does it Mean ? At a mooting on the Twoed to con sider the advisability of establishing a branch of the Byron Bay Co.'s factory in that district, ftifr. S. Cottee, a director of that Co., is reportod to havo stated the Byron Buy factory ' had been work ing abovo -their limit. A question of importance to producers at this end was as tb whether it was to their advantage, to send their cream to Byron Buy to havo it made into second-class butler, wheu by having a factory of their own hero they, could have it made H into a first-class butter.'1
The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
— . ? v ? Tlio Produce Market. [By Tklkouai'ii.] SYDNEY, Monday. Maize : Northern rivers, prime dry, i!« Gil per budicl ; medium, 2b ail ; damp and (soft, it 3Jd to 2s Id. , Butter : Choicest, OJd perlb; prime, Ud to 0^1 ; other grades, 7(1 to 8Jd. Kgg-5 : Northern livers, Is per dozt-n ; odd lots. Is Id. Timber : Cod.ir Iogvl2s to 22s por 100ft ; pine, 9s ; beech, 12s. ? «S» ? V
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
PITH AND POINT. . Thkhk nro 185 pnvioliesin Scotland jfr.ilflj out a -public-hotiRo. ?''-? - !v r At Bundatorg 7'2 horses realised £507, and 91 brought £007 at Kockhiunpton, last week. .. Powdered milk from America in being imppliwl lo the Japanese and Russian armies. Tho ptirohaHora -5f tho wreck of the steamer Orizaba have every hope of floating the veasclf- ceived over £72,000,000 from tho disposal of Crown lands. During the month of February no loss than 2,.S.'52,502lhs. butter was exported from Victoria. A Sydney uudurtakcr carries out funerals for various Government Departments for 9s (id ami l'2a each. No little constoniation wns caused at a ?Sydnoy. hotel by a Dublin lady; who used a livn Hiiakc as a neuklot. It is probable tho Colonial Sngnr Co. will Roinmrnuo cano-iiuttinga month earlier this yenr on the northern rivers. I5angalow Show to-diiy nnd to. morrow will bo worth a visit. Nearly 4000 ontrics. Special trains run from Ciis-mo. After-auction purolmBe approved of — H....
The Latest Convert. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Tho Latest Convert. The following paragraph from the 'S.A1. Herald' shows that journal is at last commencing to realise tho fallacy of its fiscal faith: — 'At present we have to import most of what we want. To a cer tain extent thoro is an Australian in dustry in.iroiuvorking, but the' groat bulk of tho machinery we use, our steel rails, our plato and sheet iron, ninoB. and galvanised iron, as well as tho wire so extensively .employed for fencing ..pur poses throughout the country, have to bo brought into this country from abroad. So havo our locomotives at pro sept, though we havo tho plant and ap pliances for their local manufacture if Wb could only 8eo our way to carry out the work on terms capable of favourable comparison with those offered by out side tenderers. But even if wo leave tho locomotivos out of the question for 'thai present, we have the statement that during the past five years the Common wealth spent over eighteen millions ster ling in the purchaso of iron, stool, ...
BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
KRIS 11 AN15 M AKK BT PRICKS. Following were the wholesale pi icch In Brinlmne on Saturday : — Wheat : Priino, 3j 3d to 3s fid per bushel. Maizo : Prime, 2s 3d to 2s 4d per bushel. Chair : Victorian oaten, £4 Jos per ton; lucerne chaff, £2 5s to £2 15«. Hay : Victorian onton, £5 10s per ton ; lucerne, £2. Potatoes : Circular Head, £9 us per ton ; to arrive, £8 10s to £8 15«. , Onions : £12 per tun ;? to nriive, £11 15s., Huns : Pineapple, !-Jd per Ib. Bacon 1 Middlai, Id ; first flitches, 5Jd ; - \ Shamrock flitches, 5d. Butter : Local, factory, 9d to 9Jd per Ib. .Cheese : Local, 5.Jd to Gd per lb. Tallow, Hair, Horns, &c— In Sydney, last week, a vsry firm market prevailed for tallow lit full late rates. Quotations : Prime mixed tallow sold at £20 17s Gd to £21 2s Gd per ton ; medium to good mixed, £20 to £20 15s; inferior mixed, £1+ 10s to £19 10s ; broken packages, from £14. There wuie 32G casks offered for B'lle, and 23S sold. Hair, Horns, and Sundries: Horsehair, round g...
Coraki Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
) Coraki Notes. ? Ji'naiNO by a repent letter in tho ' R. , R. Herald' Coraki is a species of modem- - Sodiim anjl Gomorrah, 'and possesses butitwo Christian nion; tlie writer hinisolf ' aii'l anotlier man in the street. This is protly sweeping,' but our ono comfort is' that wb have ninny Christians and know them not, and it Is not, as a rule, the safest course to'takc the opinion of a inah bo self-glorilied that he will constitute.,, himself judge. Morally Coraki is sound ikti-Mi-rTi £t\r* niunnnviaiMi' - Sir\/it*illi? t f ' id swcotonoiigh for 1110,; and- tha b'-ttor IjIjj of its citizens is riot painted on the doors' of casual judgment. . ? '?'''?-' ' ?'''? The p;ist has been a carnival wook? here, and evorybody has been out in thoir Sunday best. Two day's'show^otib day's racing, is rather a bad ? arrangonient, and tooiuiich.to bo crowded into one week, oven for such a go-nhead p'aco as Co'raki. The) Show Committee ^accomplished a lot i)f iv'ork,mid thoir offortsiniot with tho: s...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
The next Murwilliunh.ih Show is to bo hold on November1 23 anrl 24 of this year. Mr. ' 'P*sry, clork in tho Bank of N. S. Wnlos, Casino, promoted to Inverell branch. Mr. A. Ralston, «t Tcntcrfii'KI, leportB tho salo- of 500 fat hullnck-j from the Main Camp Station, Richmond River. Raining at Kyoglo yostcidny. About Casino the sky was ovcicist. The only harm wo wish anyone is that they may bo ' wcl' for a few days. Ycattirday thorp were no lees than ten patients under treatment at Uilongin priv ate hospital, CrtRino, all' of whom were making satisfactory progress. Socialism' will not suit the wyrkcr (Catholic or Protestant) with any giit in him, any ambition, or any desire to sit' under hi* own vino or figtrco. Manufacturing 'operations have com menced at the Kyoglo butter factory, which has already nonrly 60 suppliers. TIkj first shipment of 88 boxes of butter has been fur warded t'- Sydney. About sixty pigs at tht! Casino railway station yjD^tcrduy, and no menu provided for their* ...
Successful Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
SUOOBSGfltl Sal93. Mu. J. N. Feuouson bold a very suc cessful clparingout sale of Mr. 'W. L lioyce's dairy herd last Friday, on his farm ' Kulabil.' There was a largo at tendance' of buyers from all district centres. 335 head of cattle were dis posed of ; milkers ranging from £'3 10.s to £10 10s, 93 averaging i'6 por head. Springing lu-ifors and young stock were in good demand. Springers brought from to os 10 £'8 ; yearling heifers to £'3 12.s ; stfors, 4-year-olds, £4 8s ; year Hug steers,' 35s ; younger steers 25s to 31s ; poddy heifers, 38s. 52 store pigs mndc from 10s Cd to 5s ; brood sows from 22s ti- 3().s. The principal buyers were Messrs. C. Yabsley, E Knight,. W. H. Hughes, H. Turner, G. liailoy, Smith Bros., E.G. Grooves. G. Caldwell, T Hal pin. J. Pinkorton,- W. T. Neill, and A. Duncan., At the Market Side Romns, Casino, 'on Saturday, Mr.o Fergus- -n sold prodtico as under :— Pumpkins isOdto 2s Gddoz , sweet potatoes 2s quarter, water melons 'J5sGd dozen1; tomatoes li'd p...