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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
VT \ O T I C E William Hill,. AKC'HITEGT AND QUANTJTV Sl/UVBVOK. George M'Callum, Licensed Scrvkvou Undeii .Real 1'ropekty and Mining Act. ? Ofllcos— Noxt Stavert's Hotel, Walker Htreet, ('asiiui. vr 0 t 1 c is. J. G. Poppiowell, 1— in Ar'hitQ'-. Casino and Kyocii.e. COWDERY & OOWDERY (Late .Cowdkkv & Ewincj), F ICENSED SURVEYORS 1-J Under Real Property Act MoLESWOUTH-STillSKT, ' LlSJtOKK, AND AT SYDNEY. rnHK UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, X Limited. KSTABLISIIKD 1837.. INCORPORATED 1880. Paid-up Capital ...' ? - £JUOOO,000 Reserve Funds, of .;? which £030,000 is invoted'in Con- IT ?- Bol?, £200,000 in local Loans (ImpcrialUovcrnmentT3tof;k) ' ?' . £150.000 National War Loan, 1000 ? 1,000,000 Rciervo Funds, not f.peeially - invested ? 23,000 Together £2,523,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors 3,000,000 £5,525,000 A Branch of this BANK is NOW OP UN at Walker-sticet, Casino. S. HALLAMORE, General Manager. The Richmond River Express AND KYOGLE ADVJSL4TlSlt.it. Casino, Tubsoa...
Undesirable Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Undesirable Visitors. 'DcniKO Saturday night last or early on Sunday morning the butchering estab lishment -f Messrs. Inioaon Bros, in Casino w.oro burgled, but tho. only booty obtained was 2s fid. An attempt was also iiiado to enter Mr. Green's simp ad jcwullory, but Llio robbers wcto unsuccess ful, owing to the door being barred inside Wo welcome increased population, but imt the class of men who carry on such games. A quantity of burnt paper was' found on the floor of Iiiic'sbn'H shop. A stool had been used to lever open lliiisnfc drawer in tho offico, but beyond breaking off the point no damngo was done.. An alarm clock, which usually hangs in the front shop, was found in tho passage way, tho burglars either considering their swag to-- disgustingly trivial and throwing ifnw.-iy, or had boon disturbed in their: work; Household' rs and shopkeepers need to be on tho alert, particularly clur intf the Show seii8oii, when the district swarms with characters who hive a kind of inordina...
Butter Grading. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Butter Grading. Mr. Guthiuk, of tho 'Sydney Mail,' told the Hollingor River dairymen' that prior to grading, Now Zoaland butter was lower on tho market than that of Victoria, and about equal to that of Now South Wales, while now it is superior to all other Australian buttor and second only to Danish. Ho denied that cli matic conditions cavo Now Zealand any advantage — for from it ; laud on the North Coast which ho had soon lately on the Richmond and 'elsewhere . wns superior to much he saw iu ubo for dairy - pastures in New Zealand, whilo the cli mate of Taranaki, the chiof buttcr raaking contro of Now Zoalaud, was in ferior to that of any of our coastal rivoi'B. Casino : Printed and published by Jamks Guikve and Gkoiu:f, Hbriibkt Titusku, Proprietors, at their General Printing Office, corner of Barker and Wolkur atreots. . .
Tenterfield Show Lunch. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Tenterfield Show Lunch. ..Thk Tenterfield ' Courier' reports that in replying to the toast; of 'Tho Parliaments,' the Hon. T. T. Ewing, M.H.R , said ho knew nothing about any particular class of cattle, but ho did know that tho best milkers were the O'Calla ghans and the O'Kollys. With regard to Foderal matters, ho would ask what married man thought the girl as good as iiu tuuiij£iiv ouu wti& uttium nu goi- nei r It was tho same with Federation ami everything else ; they were sorry if they did and sorry if they didn't. Ho be lieved that when tho Groat Divide came they would all bo satisfied. When that came bhero would bo no work between meals, and he hoped ho would be living then, but he did not think it would come. ] Tho Hon. C. A. Lee proposed 'The Tenterfield I.P.A. and M. Society,' and in doing so said tho Society had boon steadily progressing until to-dny it was able to produce an approximate and fair idea of what tho district could do, and that was what they roquirod t...
Lismore Happenings. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Lismore Happenings. '(FROM OUR COUBBBPONIJBNT.) TnB weather is very hot and dry, and tho grass is beginning to look very brown again, but stock are all in splendid condi tion, and cows milking fairly well ; so I suppose we mustn't growl too much, but six inches of rain would ho very accept able. sub-Inspector divans continues to Keep Police Court matters quito lively, and wo are promised imnllior batch of betting prosecutions before long. Ou Monday last a young man named Kehniff, employ ed in tho Post Office, was charged with embezzling £17, tho property of Mm Postmaster-General, and was committed for trial. Judging by tho evidence given a number of other charges will bo pro ferred against him. The usual crop of drunks and'' language ' enses were dealt with, and small. fines inflicted. There have been a few very serious assaults in Lismoro lately, resulting in serious injury to -some unfortunates, but as they were committed at night in quiet places, no one has been titled with tho c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
THE NORTH COAST STI5AM NAVI GATION COMPANY, Limitkh IS X 'V~K~K S S Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. JLJk^. f I HI E fast and powerful Vrcjjxjagj^' *? soroiv Steamships RAMORNIE and TOMKI Arc now running a Bi-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, at 2 p.m., mid SATURDAY, afc 8 p.m.. leaving CORAKI en TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (uoou). The fine steamer RAMOUNIE now making regular weekly trips bus a refri gerating chamber equal to 00 tuna, capacity, is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, and all mordern improvements. . ''M The Fuvouritu Steamer, City of Graf ton, Will leavo Sydney on THURSDAY, afc 2 p.m., for Lower Richmond, stopping at Coraki, and will leave there every MON DAY MORNING at 0 o'clock, crossing, out from Ballina the same day at 4 p.m. for.Sydney. Saloon berths can be booked at Coraki. This steamer is available for' shipment of cut lie to Sydney, and hor ac commodation for live stock is unsur ...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. EXPRESS Office, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
COMMERCIAL NEWS. , LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. ?? R. It. Krvreti Offlce, 'Monday Fom.owiko nro tlio ([notations (or (arm nnd dairy produce ruling In Caalno tu-dny .'— , WUOI.ItSALR ItBTAII,. .' J(J S D £ H 0 Halzo, por Imoliol ..020 030 ' Chuff, por cwt.. ? ., 0 6 0 0 0 0 ' Uuy, oaten, por cut.. 0 0 8 07 0 Onto, por buuliol ..033 030 E-flfB, -por dozin .. 0 0 91 0 0 Hi Butlor, local factory.. 0 0 »i 0 0 Hi Butter, dairy .. ..007 000
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
MISCELLANEOUS. The Postmaster-Gonoral states thnt .the cost of the long-distanced telepliono service in this State and Queensland,. which bii'l been recently installed had' boi:ii £487, while tho cost for the same services by tho roguhir im.'1/hod would linvo been something lil-co £'14,000. Tlio estimated cost to Orun^u wns £3000 ; by: the condonsor systein it cost but £72. Wo ( ' I'rislmno Courier') have been slioun a sample of cotton grown under tiny but favourable circumstances at Mayno Railway Station. Tho plant, from which, it nuiy be remarked, some 101b. weight of cotton has already been token, is growing among tho shingle and slonos on the platform, and beyond be ing pruned last winter by Mr. A. Powell, ? tho station-master, has had no caro. The pods are largo and tho wholo plant speaks ? of tho feasibility of cotton growing here. ? ';-'-.^ Speaking at tlio Lisnwre show, dinner, ' Mr.1'!*. Coughran, of Uoga (judge of the ; dairy: cattle), said the cows were the best ho had ov...
Politicians. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Politicians. , The ' Catholic Press' remarks :-rIt will stagger' Australian politicians to lonin that -during the session of 1901) there were no fewer than 133 members of the House of Commons who not only did not make a single speech, hut did not even ask a question. Yot. the -busi- ness of the country went along all right. It is n great pity our local politicians do not copy this spirit of modesty and re ticence, ami rofrain from addressing the uuu^u iiiiwj uiiuy jmvu runny cu'iiiUMiiu^ worth saying. Rut, alns, the average Australian politician knows no modesty ! It is true we have had occasional Bhy members who havo nut contributed to debute, but the average representative positively boils to make a speech from one end of the session to the other. And when he has made one ho is like a tiger Mint has tasted blood, ami henceforward is like a mini sitting on pins, so restlessly docs he leap from it l;o catch the Speak er's eye. If most members had anything good to say, we could forgi...
The Ettrick Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Tho Ettrloh Road. ^ ? Tub prompt, action tnkeu by th.o iCusiho Progre&s Absociation 111 ? regard ' to this very necessary road is i|iiickJy: bearing fruit, aided by the efforts of Mr. C. vLee, tho member for tho disti-ict. - Mr. J.; Moorhead, the Hucretary,is in: receipt';; -jf. Ihoi following letter.- frbin f, tlib;Vpii blip. Works Department :— ' With, rdforijiico llljuui t-UJO^lttlll UX IUU trwi. 1IIIJIHIJ^..'1O-: siiecting expondituio 'ou^'theVrtifid'ffronr: Casino to Ebtrick '.via iWobrobwoolgun, I havo tho honor to inf-irm ''you;--t|iiit Hliore; is no iccord in this ':popiii'tVnoiVt;'Jof :;-,tlio' promiao s.iid to havo Iwotr'.inii'du'.iljy^tiho owner of Wooroowpplgo'ii; . S ta bibh; t« Cci - t i - ; tribute low-mis Uie COot'of;Worlf',';oii'xthis road, but a coainiuuio.ttibii ; Ims ' tli is'V'cl jiy^' been addressed to Mr. U. N. Griftitlis'.'bli'! tho subject, and tho' Minist'eiy duv'cts mo to say that if youcair tako'sbindVaction in support of tho reqiiost^mado by tho ...
Co-operation Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Co-operation Again. At a mooting in Bega, in connection with the Co-operative Bacon Co., which recently commenced operations in Syd .ney, Mr. Alearcs. introduced Mr. F. T. .Matthews, 'the Chairman of the Boird of rDir««bUirs, jwhiV held l»rge dairying inter ests on the .Bellinger River. This, to gether with his extensive commeicial ex perience, would give confidence to their tll.il'Mlllfillf n ? -.Vlv IVltif.t.liuu-c cfiifi lin ttmc *?* ? . v.iiv ijiu. u«4. (unvuiiono mtiii uv; ,- tin one of the largest holders of shares in genuine and progressive co-operative societies in this State. He w.is highly gratified at the strides the co operative movement was making on the Northern Riveiv, and he was sure the Co operative Bacon Company, would grow beyond their most sanguine expectations. ' Mr. T. J. Tarlinton said ho; had for warded 15 pigs t- the Co. during the first Week;.. The best offer he could get locally was 25s per head, but he wus now able to exhibit account sales from the ? new ...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Football. Mb. A. R Woth kbsfoon, secretary of the Clarence branch of the New South Wales Rugby Union, hns received the programme for Country Week, , which status that the country teams visiting Sydney be grouped, 11 teams to visit Sydney to include Richmond, Tweed, Bellinger, and Clarence Rivers ; Mann ing, M'Leay, and Port Macqtiaric ; Nor thern Jioruer and Mew JSngliind ; Central Northern and Liverpool Plains ; Hunter Rivvr. and Northern; that the various unions grouped, arrange for a combined team re.pJTsentativo of tho combined unions ; inter-union matches to liu played in the country, and a joint selection com mittee mutually agreed upon, to select, tho combined team. Tho country team to arrive iu Sydney on Friday, 2nd June, and' play 'the inter-union matches on Saturday, 3rd June, and Metropolitan teams on Monday, oth J une, 1905. On Wednesday, 7th June, the first and second fifteens of the combined country teams visiting Sydney, to play the first and second fifteens of- the M...
New Liquor Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
New Liauor Bill. In resjionfjC to a deputation in Sydney, the Chiof Secretary said there would lie no dillicidby with regard' to tho prohibi tion of tin1 sab- of liquor to children.- '.It, however, seemed n great anomaly, that, while poisons wore prosecuted for selling a pound of candles orhalf-'v-pound of tea., after 6 p.m , hotelkeepers '': cuiild .'sell a buttle, of gin up lo '11 p/iii.7'' AsiTCgards the abolition of barni:iids,'-'1ic thought that Pailinini-nt would; .liesit'ito buforo restricting any purspn from ourniug an houost living in a calling. .recognised by tho law. A bill dealing with the liqour traffic would be intrbduce'd ' endy next session. This would; provide for' 'local option, but he could riot oxplatu/tho de fails, bcu.iuse ho woUld'^JmW^tp-'.'.'snbinit. lliti bill to the. O.iliinot,-bjit 'inosti .nifitters; nd vacated before, wbuklbo found iii it.
Glen Innes Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Glen Innes Show. - The bhow at this contro last week was a l)ii go success, and w.iV officially '. oponod by Premier Camithers. Tho exhibits loUllod. 4000. The prize for district tropliy. wns won by Gldn Innusoxhibit'by only iKilf-ri-piiint, tho-. scoro boiiig 353| points to 353 for tho Queensland trophy'. Nearly L'dOO was token ut the gates, the iittondauue in two days boing about 9000. Tho hunters' contest was won by All Fours, Spi'ijcer 2, Proinior 8. In. tho high jump ouly All Fours nnd; Countoss were in it. after 5ft 3in. had boon cleared. The fonner cleared oft-. Gin easily, but Countess failed.
Death of an Old Resident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Death of an Old Resident On Thursday ovening : last'; the '? 'agod wife of ono of tho oldest -mid ? most re spected of tlio Richmond '.??River. ? pioneers, Mr, John Wilson, sen,, peacefully passed 11 way at tiio residence of Ii6r,, sun-in law (Mr. J. Grieve) in'Casinb, at tha ripa old ago of 78 years, tlio couse-o.f; deiith being 'heart f.iihin;. r Tho old lady had bei'ii , in' an imlifturuut, stats '.-f. health . for some time, but. on tho mbrning.pf tho day she died Geemed brighter ilian usual. , Shu' leaves a husband, :;iipw}iii.liis 'eightieth y6.«r, and a large'. family y'of grown-up children, for whom;»'eui!ral- sympatliy is expressed. Tho late'; Mrs; .Wilson ivas ewr it model wifoysfmotlior^'jiind- friend, and known far anilwidb/ for her. .kindly actions. The reinaijis'werb' coiiveyyd to' Wig'-on, near Wyivngiiiib^'horrhouio, cm Friday afternoon, a number of ' relatives and friends nce()nip;inyiiigtl)o;prpicssioh.: The f uncivil took place on. Saturday,- the si-rvico being co...
Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 21 March 1905
Railways. TilKUlC aro Ilirco Ili'ngs in tilts way nf mil way com niuuiujil ion alisnlu fcly i-sMMttial to I lie dni'1 ilev^lnpnicnt'' oF tho Uppi'i1 llicliinoutl sircii, scnici'ly 1111 sieve d£ wliicli is unlit loci for profil nblc setlk'Difiit, provided holders cnn- secure nreas governed by the locn lion of the liuid mid ils productive powers. The first i.s nnqucstionnbly ihe suijijIv of the mii-siiig link between the Twml Heads and iMurwillutubnh, so ;i.s to cotnplele tliecoiiiK'ctioti \vil!i Bribbniiu, a port which is uudnubledly more fnvounibly si Inn ted for tlio export, tinclu _ of these growinp no: them dis tiieth tliaii is Sydney. For tlie absence of that link the Qnreiisland aulhbriiies are in 110 way lo blame. Tlml is dnr to tho provincialism and eiassnes.-. of our own Governments, Railway Com missioners, and Public Works Com mittee — all of whom seem lo mnke the first consider.'it.iou in dealing will) any RUjjgehted public work, the question :r ' How will. Sydtn.\v comrne...