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The C.S.R. Company and the Federal Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 12 May 1903

I -Tlie r.Siiit; Company and (lie I FtMleral Government. With regard to the allegations by the C.S.R. Cc., to the effect that cer tain stocks of sugar had escaped the sngar excise . levied by the Federal Government,, and the assertion that Ministers with papers in the case be fore them seemed determined to pre vent, if tliey could do so, any public inqmry: Federal Ministers state that iio inquiry has been, or is likely to be held, butffor entirely different reasons to those; suggested at. the meeting uf the , Sugar Company. Mr. Dcakiu says that the Federal Government levied' under the Act the excise on the sugar then in possession of the manu facturers or tbe wholesale houses. Tho Ooloiiihl Sugar Company objected to i this at the time, and opposition was -raised in both Houses to the Govern ment's proposal ; but eventually Par liament decided that sugar, in hand should pay excise; The Company affected to have discovered that some body else who had sugar in his pos session had escape...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of an Old Colonist. MR. ALEX. SIMPSON, AGED 87. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 12 May 1903

£-t'htli oT air -Old Colonist. ; Alex. Simpson,' aoeo 87. ' A' noteworthy colonist, who had re sided for tho past 13 years at Casiuo, where ho was a familiar and popular figure as he daily wsitod his four sous in business in town, passed calmly and peacefully to his final sloop at about 9 o'clock on Saturday night, at tho great age of 87 years. The lato Mr. Alexaudor Simpson, sen., was descended from tho Scotch, as tho namo will readilv indicate. and was born in tho North of Ifoland, at Nowry, on the '11th April, 181G, wliero his father was a tanner. Whon tho sub ject of tlijs obituary was quite a young man he accompaniod his parents and othor membors of the family to New South \Valos, in the hopo that in this promisiug young laud thoy might estab lish a now and happy home, and partici pate in tho advantages that it was be lieved' offered- to free and orilightened settlers in Australia, a hopo that, wo aro pleasod to say, was fully realised. Thoy settled first at Windsor, and it is ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

WHY ? When you do not relish your food it is well to inquire the cau«e. You may lie eat ing more tlnui the .stomach can digest, or perhaps your food is too rich : many people eat too much meat, nr vour bowels may be constipated. When the digestion is all right, the bowels regular and not too muclr food takou there is a natural craving and relish for the food. When this is lacking you may know that you need a dos-* of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs,.. -im' prove tlie appetite and regulate the bowels! 'Just Whit You Need.' Price Is. Gil. Sold by A. C. Simpson, Casino. Advertisements.- - ? WANTED -A GENERAL SERVANT, Good Wages. Apply Mas. P. E, BALZER, Casino. DUK.SSMAK.ING. -Wanted APPREN TICES nt oneo. Apply to Mrs. SEDGWICK, Contre-street. rpENDERS FOR PLOUGHING Tenders are hereby invited for PLOUGH ING 12 ACRES of Now Land. Particulars can bo obtained, on application to the under signed, to' whom tenders, to close on MAY ?25th, must bo...

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Stone Breaking. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

St(»ne IBi'cnlciug. 1 The scheme; for giving work in' stone breaking to unemployed,, appli--, cants has been promptly started; by, the Government, and is now' in oper ation under the supervision of the board specially appointed for the pur pose, Over. 80 men have accepted tho Government's offer, and are now. at work at one or other of the various re lief depots. These are situated at the University Paddock, the foot of Kav aiiagh's Hill, on the main western road, the old quarry, Leiclihardt, on vacant allotments ou Catherine-street, near Glebe Island, on the Buiineroiig road, on the Lane Cove road, and on the Cook's Hiver road. It is expected that this work Will give employment to all who are likely to npply for it, and should all be willing to do the work the board believe that they will be able to absorb all the men at. pres ent unemployed. The work is paid for by the ya^. Single men will be allowed to break up to four cubic yards of blue metal per week, earning from 10s to l2s, '...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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O'Sullivan's Promises. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

O'ftttllivuat's Promises. . -j A deputation -from the Citizens' Unemployed Committee waited upon the Lord Mayor (Alderman Thpmas Hughes) on Saturday. The men com-' plained of the alleged contradictory statement of the Minister' for Wo'k.s in regard to the proposed work' -at; Dowling-street, Waterloo. It was stated that Mr. O'Sulliviin gave them to understand a few days ago that £20,000 — £10,000 by the Government and £10,000 by the City Conncil— - would be expended on this work, ho intended to make a relief work, and that tlie arrangement had' been finally Settled. In consequence of these state-, ments the Town Hall had been be sieged with unemployed, and, said one of the speakers, ' between 500 and t)00 uien put in applications for the work.' The Lord Mayor, in reply, said that the Council was quite willing to fulfil its portion of the agreement with re gard to Dowling-street if the Govern ment did likewise. He did not think Mr. O'Sullivan wished to mislead them, but. he make a mis...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

.. THE WE.tTKEJlt. MR. WR AGUE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, Thursday. New? South . Wales.— Somewhat; squally from the southward, -yith rain of a . showery character along the coast, but generally {ine inlrfnd, with scattered areas of cloud | cold over highlands.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Latest News. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Latest News, [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Tuesday. For the £30,000,000 Transvaal loan. ♦Wo were Ho, 400 applications, sub bribing £1,174,000,000. One firm. applied for the whole loan. . . ? Strikes and a lock-out in New York involve 1U0.000 cnrpenters, brick lnvers, teamsters, and subway etn EceW and stopped £15,000,000 worth or worK. The outlook in the Bilkans is more pacific. The approaching harvest in Bulgaria and Macedonia is an impor tnn 'factor for peace. _ Great distress exi»ts in some ot tlie provinces of China.'. .Sev^nhvtbree: thousand people are. starving in. Wau ningfu and Tsunifu. . Relief lias . been ' Eent from Hongkong LONDON, Wednesday. The English newspapers give much prominence t.o the Victorian railway: strike, aud almost, without exception condemn the; . .strikers.' . The .'. St. James Gazette. ' states that't.he. Labor Party's presumption is largely the re sult, of being pampered from personal I motives by persons who ought to know better. ' . . The stevedores strik...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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[OUR LATEST WIRES.] SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

[Oun Latest Wiues.] ] '?'SYDNEY. VYTErtNr«i»Av i The Daily Paid Union, with tliii ex ception of tho president - and secretary has decided to obey tho mandate ' of tj^ Government, and has acj irdingly ! drawn from the Trades Halir In au' nouncing their withdrawal tliey statu tho refusal of two of their number, and in fcimate their intention of testiiv Uio legality of the Commissioners' ordei' Sixteen of the best engine-drivois re turned to work at Melbourne to-day! Preaching at Goulbnrn, Archdeacon Bartlett said the railway men were at. the beck and call of iv few demagogues ami swayed by a tyranny more exacting' than tho much voiced tyranny of capital anil Governments. Archdeacon Gunthcr, Vicar-General has issued for use in the Anglican ' Churches in Sydney a special prayer for Divine intervention to enable those in control' in Victoria t'o promote 'justice righteousness, nnd pence.' , 1 ?Spencer-street railway station, Mel bourne, this morning, bors a more ivontml appearance than f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

N.S.W. DROUGHT, RELIEF. LORD MAYOR'S FUND. FARMERS and other Residents of the Country Districts who have not been distressed by the Drought are urged to contribute liberally to the above fund to provide for the Winter Needs of their brethren, who are suffering in the Drought-stricken Area. The Railway Commissioners ha^e generously undertaken to carry goods of all kinds Free of Freight to Sydney, If consigned 'DROUGHT RELIEF F'UND,' c/o Goldsbrough, Mort fit Co., Ltd , Sydney. Messrs. Wright, Heaton & Co., Ltd., will take charge of consignments, SEND OF YOUR INCREASE, WHETHER IN PIGS, POULTRY, CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, POTATOES, HAY, CHAFF, BUTTER CHEESE, BACON, GRAIN, or PRODUCE of any kind. Please advise at once what you are sending, in order that we may arrange for sale. Advice Forms may be obtained from i. H. C. BRIERLEY, A.I.A.V., Hon. Sec., (Messrs. Brierley & Brierley) Vickc-y's Chambers, 82 Pitt Street, Sydney. A K E NO . M I S T A K , E STITZ BROTHERS, BARKER ST...

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Victorian Railway Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Victorian Railway Strike. ?The Railway Strike in Victoria is still the absorbing topic, and although there seems 'soriie prospect of matters being settled, it/ will bo some weeks before things settle down. Tuesday's 'Daily Telegraph ' says tho resources of tho department in tho way of drivers iind firemen are incroaMng, and it is ex pected that' to-morroiv no difficulty will be found in keeping right up to tho strike train service. Matters were com paratively qiiiet at North Melbourne to day. This was undoubtedly duo to tho prosonce of a strong forco of police, both J mounted and foot, who patrolled Rail- | way Place from Dudley-street Bridge to the local railway station, aud put into rigid operation tho ' Move on' clause of the Police Offences Act. Thero were about 30 foot police, 6 mounted con stables, and several detectives on duty, and they completely altered the aspect of affairs nt tho entrance to the bridge opposite Hawke-street, by which access to tho locomotivo sheds is gai...

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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. 1863-1869. CHAPTER X. BEN HALL'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Australian Basbranging. . „ , ? . » ; ... I THE ?' EARLT DAYS; ; J' ? 18.08-1,869. . . , [Bv CHARLES WHITK.] ;. CHAPTER X. ; . : J B1CN HALL'S GANG. V I In- June, 1803, exactly twelve months from the' date of Engowra Escort Robbery, six highway robberies were 'committed in one -day near Lambing Flnt, and every succeeding dny brought forth its 'report' of fnivellcrs being 'stuck up,' by either two or ih rue bushrangers. Wow it would be of a solitary traveller 'bailed' up and stripped '.of his pos If ? sessions \ now ifc would be of Iigv I ? Jlrtjesfy's mail stopped on tlie road | ami letters sorted by hands not legally 1 appointed to the work ; now ifc would a i,ti of a store invaded and ransacked, | provisions aud clothing being carried I off in cornsacks and by. the hundred 3 weight. It was a serious time, a time | of tremulous anxiety . -Jo. every tru, 1 veller; every householder, every store I keeper in the Lachlan district. ; and a 1 time of ceaseless worry, hard riding I nrnl f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Old England's Navy rules the sea, No matter where her ships may be ; Her flag will Uy In overy clime, Foieinojt, till tl'.e eud of tiilie. Her hardy sailor loves to mum Upon the wave lie calls. his home,. While from tlie eol.il lie is securc, ' Taking Woods' Uuu.it Pui'muiist Cuuk,

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Only Wanted Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Oatly Wanted Time. A \Vkstehn. district landholder, who thinks that large families are not a ci:r e to either landlord or tenant,, makes, a practice of dairying oii'shares only with anon whoso quiver is-fairly full. An ap plicant for one of his large holdingB came to him tho other day, and- the usual question was put, 'How many children have you ? ' 'Seven.' 'Not enough,' said the landlord curtly. The applicant's faco showed his first disap pointment,- but soon the light of. a new hope shone in it. ' I always thought soven wero quite ouough,' he said, 'but will you give mo tho first chance for that block in another three years.'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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PITCH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

?? l'BTna a\'e- J Casino did its fluty as a loyal centre'. Governor Sir H. Rawson is deservedly' popular. Tho Governor delighted with' his 'jre coption at Casino. 'England, Home, and Duty.' If more thought of this it would be tho better for the Commonwealth. The peat bogs of Ireland could give an annual output of 100.000 electric horse-power for the noxt 1250 years. Prizo' money in connection with tho lato Casino show will be available ou and after Saturday next, 16th instant. A Receiving Ollico will lie opened at Clovass on tho 25th of the present month, and will be in charge of Mr. H. Cooper. 'Christ at a Wedding,' Church of England, Sunday, nt 11 a.tn. 'Tho Victorian Railway Strike and Christ and Labour Controversies' at 7.30 p. m. . Admiral Ivamimura said, at Adelaide, that it was' the duty of. England and Japan, who were allied, to preserve tho peace of the world. Cardinal Moran says' that tlie object of denominational schools, was . to give ^children an ..opportunity of posses...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Another Liver MAKES LIFE A MISERY. A Perfect Dure. The Case of Mr. J. ECAN. (BY A SPECIAL REPORTER). A conscientious guide will always taka the shortest way, and save many a weari some and perilous wandering to thqsc who share his coinp.-ny. So it is with Mr.. James Kgnn, of So. 9, Klliott's Terrace, Spriagvale, Botany, who said to a reporter : 'I would like to publicly state - to my. neighbours r what I went through whilst living at ('inulburn several years back, aud I am sure 1 can warn them of ninny an arti ficial rock that h -.d formerly lod me to the brink of dwtnietion.' ' Yon will he rendering a good service, ' . interrupted the writer. - 'I think so,' pursued Mr. Egan. ' You' see, I sullcrod for nearly six years with my liver, but tli.it Was not for tho want of taking physic, ss 1 was continually doctor ing myh«lf with something,' and when I fuuml I i'ou]- t malic no headway ngiiiu.-t my complaint I co-.fiiltcil a doetor, from. whom I got Hiinther kind of in 'dicine; but it ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Hospital Dtiill. The adult ball in connection with the, Hospital aunual event took place on Wednesday evening, and was a great success. The hall was not overcrowded, which made dauciug more pleasant arid enjoyable. About 50 couples wore pre sent, and, although we have aeon a far larger. attendance on previous occasions, the fact that the two preceding days were' gala ones, it is not to be wondered' at that there was not a larcor gathering, as poople were naturally tired. The committee of ladies' and all conneptod with the management are deserving of the highest praise, for they have, worked very hard arid giveir their services day and night towards the object. The decorations fixed for the Governor's ban quet did duty on this occasion, these having already been referred to in our report of that event. Mesdaines Fan ning and Pidcock, and Misses Cosgriff and Pyers presided at intervals at tho piano, dancing being kept up until the small hours.. Messrs. Askew and Mad den did duty as Ms...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Itcligions Services. . I Church ok England (Caaiuo District).-— May 17th, fifth Sunday after Easter, Casino, Holy Communion atSa.m., Morning Prayer at 11 a.m., Evensong Jit 7.30 piiii.. Grecnndgo, 2.30 p.m. — Rev. C. f)\ Seynimlr. Sunday, May 17tli, CloVasa at 2.30 p.m. i : (Liy ftirvice). Thursday {Ascension Day), i Casino, Evensong and Address at 8 p.m. I-. Friday, May 22nd, Casino, Choir Practice pi:;. at7.3Up.in. !- : ? Presuyturian Church ok Australia. — Iw-' ? May 17th, Casino at 11 a.m., : Codrington JvjA.-'. at 3 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. Sunday. i May 2-Uli, Coraki at 11 a.m., Tatlmui ut fe -i 2.30 p.m.. Casino at 7.30 p.ini— Mr. Ingli#. -/«?-:. Sunday, May 10th, Decp.Creck (Mr. W. W. x':'sV :? .Tuiior's) at 2.30 p.m. — Christian Endeavour Si ; ' Band. Sunday, May 21tl», Deep Creek (Mr. A. J. Mutiru's) at 2.30 p.m. — Christian Endeavour Hand. Methodist Ghouoii ok ApstIialasia— Services for Sunday, May 17th, 1003 : Casino at 11 a.m.— Mr. S. T. Northcott. pa'K Wynn at. 11 a.m...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

- GENEItAjL The- decision of tho einployeos to strike has created intense public indig nation 'and consternation in Victoria: Mr. Crick ,says it is impossible at present to estimate the likely losses from the alteration in the land laws, provided for in the new Crown Lands Bill. Mr. J.'Kidd, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, was banqueted at Tareo -on Friday. Mr. Kidd stated that tho Government intended bringing in a Bill for the reduction of members of Parlia- \ moot. [Wo have heard tho same be fore I] Cavanoitgii's Liveii Tonio never fails tc give relief in till liver and'kidnry complaint?. S'or sale at all i-toros.* A parcel. consisting of 10 packages of Queensland gold, 6888oz. arrived nt Sydney on Sunday by the A.U.S.N. eiteainer Wodonga. ? : i^/Sir \ '.\Vjlliatn Federal 'l^ome Secretary, -left Hobart' on ' Saturday Tor ? ? the West Coast of Tasmania, - where he will speak in reply to' Mi'i Reid. ' ???-? During last week the quantity of coal exported from Newcastle to places ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

mllE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI I CATION COMPANY, Limited expkejss Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. f p II E fast and powerful -L scre.v Steamships' EAMORNIE, TOMKI, and ST. GEORGE ! Are now running a Tri-weekly Service, I tSS, THUK.S. I mY and SATLRDAY. nnd leaving I CORAKI on MONDAY. TUESDAY, and I FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon), i The fine steamer RAMORNIE now I making regular weekly trips bus a refri s ? cord tin' chamber equal to t 60- tons I capacity, is lighted throughout with I electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, [ and all mordern improvements. Tub OAMff-AX» ? Will make Weekly Trips. to the Richmond River, calling at Newcastle coming North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tuinki, St. George, or Ramornie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to. Lis ranre, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com S mnnications regarding Shorts or Missing CHrgn be directed to the Local 'Manager, at Coraki, who will imm...

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Visit of the Governor. THE TOWN GAILY DECORATED. A CORDIAL RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903

Visit of the Governor. I THE TOWN GAILY DECORATED. A CORDIAL RECEPTION. Casino has had vice-Regal visits before, notably thoBe of the Earl of Belmore, Lord Carrington, and Lord Beauchainp, and each was loyally received ; but it has come to tho turn of a Vice-Admiral of the British Fleet to receive the ? most cordial, extensive, and popular recep tion, taken all through, over given:to a mail at Casino. The occasion ;iio doubt was unique, inasmuch as his Excellency accepted an invitation extended that he would declare open tho first line of rail way that has reached this hitherto rather isolated town, viz.— the extension from tho sister town of Lismore to Casino ; but there was also a strong desire ou the part of many to extend honour and allegiance to King Edward VII. through his representative, Sir Hprry Rawson, K.C.B., and welcome on his own account tho sturdy master of the quarter-deck for so many years. There can bo no denial of the fact that the greatness of the Empire, as its s...

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