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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Special Advertisements. Absolutely er PAINLESS -S3 Dentistry. W. A^-ray, Dental Surgeon, Walkkr-stiiket, Casino, I Next to Mr. J 13. M'Dougall's Office late or Edinburgh and Paris, E.D.F. ' # # # Diploma of the French Dental School A SPECIALITY, Genuine Modern Dentistry. MR. GRAY having bad a large experience in Gold Crown and Bridge Work, ,1'i voting of Teeth on their Natural .Roots, ifee., informs iutemling p-itients that they may have this class of work done ou the most Modern and Scientific Principles. , Teeth .by Suction, mounted ou ? .auction plates inGold, Platinum, and Vulcanite. — Tketu Scaled.— , 1 Stoppings done ou the Latest Principles in Gold and Plastic Fillings TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY ?* ' , : BV ; NITROUS-OXIDE GAS, &c. * * =X= # ; Mk. Gray holds Certificates from leading Practitioners both in Edin burgh and Paris, and has lind over ten years' experience in Dentistiy: Therefore patients may n-ly npon having dental operations performed ' in tho most skilful...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Local and General Nfews. I The Demonstration . — The greatest, credit is due to tho local Cavalry, the Mounted.' Police, and tho School' Fife ?Band, aiid' those associated, .with tho children who attonded, for the' excellent arrangement' of things, -and a. marked feature of the demonstration wiis tho part the children took in it. Somewhero about 400 children, the girls iu white, and the boys iii various Tweed costumes marching. The music supplied by the Casine S.P S. fifo and drum band was excellent. .The. pause in the inarch at tho intersection of Walker and Canter bury streets nave a eharice for tliein,atid they responded1 in a' manner which not only pleased the public, but was goner ally appreciated by lovers of music Mr. T. E. Strang, of the local .public school, had charge, arid' is to bo'coirimended for the excellent efforts of his pupils. Memorial Service. — On Sunday ovarii ing next, in tho Methodist Church, at 7 30, the. Rev, C. Barker. -vil'l conduct a memorial service' in...
Land and Settlement. ALONG THE GRAFTON-CASINO LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Land and Sct'tieiiicat. ALONG 1IIE GltAVTOX-CASINO .1JNE. The Acting District. Surveyor (says the ' Grafton Argus ') has prepaVed a report and accompanying litho. re laud proposed for survey and subsequent allotment as areas for settlement along the Graft.oii-Casiiio line. He suggests areas of about 820 acres. Of areas to be designed, the greater part of the field work has been com pleted, but final action by the Staff Surveyor has been retarded owing to the position of a proposed railway I station not having, so far as is known, been yet determined upon. The j designs prepared Bre for 2700, 18,000, 3500 and 4800 acres,- or 20,000 acres in all, while designs are in hand for 58,500 acres. The lithograph shows that the -480O acres are iu parishes Richmond aud Coombell, with frontage at Sandy Creek, a short distance east of the railway line. The 3500 acres are in the parish of Wyandah, west of the Hue, on Wyon aud Four-Mile creeks. The 18,000 acres are in-; parishes of Lawrence and Sou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
The police discovered ii box contain ing lOOIbs of' dynamite on board the liner Umbria, lying at New York. The mechanism, which was working it, would have caused an explosion within 36 hours. It was the work' of tho Italian anarchist society. - Let .those who value their/ children's happiness consider this from a socialist's view. A Lame Shoulder is usually caused by rheumutiain of the muscles, and may he cured by the use of Chamberlain s Pain Balm. This liniment is unequalled as a southing lotion. One application . gives relief. Try it. 'A. C. Sinipsoii, Casino, bulls it.
A Milk Producer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
A Willi Producer. A couHESPOXQENt t.6 thev!Melbourne ' Leader,' who claims to have had ten years' experience of dairying, points out that lucerne, when cut green and fed at Once, is a, balanced ration so far as producing milk is coucerued. But cows fed ou this alone for years in succession will be come so worn ont by lack of proper ingredients in food to keep them strong that they will calve without making bag at all, and wi(l not come to their milk ou oiiy. kind of feed foi ling year, but will do as well as ever in following years. 'I have had this happen to 15 out of 40 cows during the- last six years. My prnctice now is to feed lucerne to all cows in milk, and about eight weeks before calving I put them ou dry barley hay, not thrashed, until eight or teu dajrs before ctfming in; thenigive lucerne, ground barley, and .lib ground llnx seed, front which I have had excellent results. ?I have cut lucerne nine times in one year, all beautiful fodder, ''but this is with irrigation. I am...
O'Sullivanism and Holliganism. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
O'SuUivaiiism and Blooli ffanigm. Tub indiscre jt — -to pat it mildly— remarks of Mr. O'Sullivan at. the Trades Hall (says the ' Snuday Times') when he took sides with the strikers, and said that they would in the end get justice ' even from the Government of Victoria,' were warmly discussed in political, official j' and com mercial circles. One gentlepi.au stated, that such conduct oh the part of a Minister was ' a disgrace to the state, and more in keeping with Hooligans than Ministerial dignity.' The gene ral consensus of opinion, however, was that Mr. O'Sullivan should be com pelled to resign, aud it was gathered 4hat at least three of his colleagues :would not shed bitter tears of regret if 'lie did so.. Tliey were known to have expressed themselves very forcibly about his action.
Weekly Calendar. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Weekly ('alciMlnr. /'MAY. ' JS -a I I . I « .11. water !?£. §§ I .9' « ' Sydney. '3 i 3 '£ 'a ' ' - 3 I -,! -. ' Ill |Mor. ' Aft. ^ i a ' . * M a 1 a ' ? ' II. M. Ii; M.llI.'M.I I'. M. A.M. H.M..1I.M. 15 F II 51 0 40 5 2 8 21 9 14 103811 0 16S 1151 0 405 2 9 11 059 1121 1143 17 « 1 1 510 40 5 1 10 3 1042 — 12 4 ISM 11 516 41 5 11055112112311257 19T 1151 G 425 O'll 49 p.m. 1 2G 155 20|\V 11 516 42 4 59;a. M. I 2.3 1 227 259 21 Tli 11 51 6 43,4 591243 1 5 329 358 Phases of the Moon. Last Quarter, May 20, 1.18 a.m.
Romantic Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Iloniantic Marriage. '. A young lady bookkeeper in Berlin recently became the bride of an Argen tine millionaire in romantic circum stances. Previously she was the accountaut of a firm of mantle manu facturers, and last year her house exported on one occasion 1000 man tles to the firm of the Argentine millionaire at Monte Video. The goods, however, were not entirely to his taste, apd he refused to accept them. A long correspondence ensued, and the Monte Video firm finally con sented to accept1 and pay for the man tles. Soou afterwards the Argentine millionaire?, went on a visit to Berlin, and was astonished to hear that, the correspondence which had overcome his scruples had been conducted by the young lady bookkeeper of the factory. He asked for an introduction, and finding (relates an exchange) her as personally attractive as she was smart, in business, he made her his wife as quickly as possible.
Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
niotcurwlogical liiloriuutioii. j The following iiro the, qbservation* of temperature and rainfall in Casino, tnkeo by the Telegraph Master at 9 a.m. each day, for tho week ended May 14th : — ? i Maxim. . Mini. i„ . ; .. Date- ' Shade. Shade. Ru,'fulK Friday, May 8 70- | 5G- 0;3S Saturd'y, May 9 7G- I GO' 0'37 Sunday, May 10 70* j 52* 0'2i. Monday, May 11 76- 5I)- 00(j Tur.sday, May 12 75- ' 45' O.'OO ' Wednes, May 13 G7* | 30- 00(1 Thursd'y, May 11 70- ! 41- I O'OO Average ? 72.85 49' Total rainfall ? ? 0'91
Italy's Naval Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Italy'in \aval Position. Speaking in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, Signor Baccelli, Minister for Agricuture, stated that the Go vernment of Great Britain had not ap proached Italy with auy proposal iii favour of a simultaneous reduc tion to the naval expenditure of the two countries. In the event of Great Britain proposing to Italy to reduce her armaments the proposal might seetn inopportune, because other powers had been increasing their fleets, while Italy, for financial reasons, had been reducing her Naval Estimates. Italy needed a powerful navy owing to her position and the great interests she had to defend in distant parts of the world, aud also iu order to protect hir emigrants.
A Pleasing Incident. THE GOVERNOR AND SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
. A Pleasing Biieiileut. | . THE GOVERNOlt AND SOUTH AKltlCA. I At the railway station, on Wednes day morning, his Excellency, Sir Harry lluwsoh, K.C.B., noticed amongst tlie constabulary in the assemblage two men who had discharged duties in South Africa, and after speaking in a semi-private way to Sergeant Draper and complimenting him upon his ar rangements, said he was pleased to see amongst his officers two men who hacl, done honours to the country, and sub sequently his Excellency, addressing one of them, said : ' I have seen you somewhere in Africa.' The two South Africanders present, replied: 'Yes.' The Governor said : ' I must con gratulate you on being to South Africa, and fighting in the King's cause.' His Excellency shook hands with tlie constables, and' the following colloquy took place The Governor i ' I mnst congratu late you on being to South Africa. I fancy I know one of you,' referring to Constable Down.. ? Constable Down replied: Yes, Sir Harry Rawson, I was in Wes...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
, SYDNEY- MARKET PRICES. Following are the wholesale quotations iu Sussex-street, Sydney .: — : Wheat: Suutii Australian, choice milling. 5s 8d f.o.b. 1'ort Adelaide; California!!, iu Sydney, 5s Id to ds 2d; Manitoba, on spot in Sydney,- ot 7d ; to arrive, 5a 4d ; Argen tine, m Jsydnoy, os 4d ; to arrive, 3s llil to ?Is, u.i.f. aud e. . ? Flour : Sydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, Jbl2 5s to £12 10s; Californian, in Sydney, £11 10a to £11 15s; South Australian, £11 17s lid, to £12 in Adelaide. ?Maize ; Prime dry yellow, from northern rivers, 4s Gd ; other qualities, cheaper ; prime dry white, Is 3d to 4s od per bushel. Brau, to Is 3d per bushel. Pollurd, to Is 5d per bushel. -Cluckwheat : Local, to 5s per bushel. . Barley : Prime feed, to 4s 3d per bushel. - O.its: Tasmania!!, feed, to 2s 8d; prime, 2s 0. 1 to 2s 10d ; New Zealand, prime, 2s lOd to3a;good, to 2s 0d ; inferior and dark, from 2a 7d ; choice seed, 3s Gil per bushel. , Oaten Hay : Local, prime, £7 ; medium, t...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICKS CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
[?] LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. ' i ? ♦' . 11, Jt. Kzpi'cvs OlNce, Thumltiy. FollowiSu arc tliu quotuiioiid.furiarm and diury produce rulm^ in Ctwiuo to-dny WaoiiBHAIiR. Hktail , £ a U ' £ ft 0 Maire, pur budliul .. 0 4 0 0 5 3 . Uhall, |»or cwt ? 0 tf tf U. 9 0; .* Hay, oAtou, i-crcwt.. 0 7 0' 0 8 0 / ' ? Oiitd, l-or budliel 0. 3 6 0 4 0 Pur doZ'U ... 0 .1 ,2 . 0 1 4 Uuttor, louul factory.. 0 11 . , .0 1 A 7 Uuttor, dairy .. .. 0* 0 10 0 1 0 ? ???* ^ ?
BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
? ?' BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. ? . -,u . ? . . -i . i. Followino were tin: wholesale pi ices ill Brisbane on Tuesday : — t Maize : Prime, to 4-i 5d per bushel. V Brail, '..£0 l(/a per toil'; pollard, £8 5st. tCliatl ?- OHten, . priini*, ^ £0 10a per ton. ? ; Potatoes : Circular Head, £4 5* to £4 7s Gd per ton. Hams : Pineapple, la to la Id; Mild Cure, le por lb. . i . ,. y Bacon : Pitioapple, flitches lind sides, lid ; Mild Cure, Hitches, I2d, anil sides l id per lb. Butter: Locil, factory, to 11 id per lb; medium, Sd to 9d. Cheese: Local, 7Jd to 8d per lb. . ? ? ? Fat Cattle.— At Iloinebiish, on Monday 'lust, there wore upwards of 770 head of ... cattle yarded, representing 38 consignors, ' principally from the northern and north western districts, the-bnlaneefrom the south, ' ? ?vyith Jodd' lots from the'west. The yardings mainly comprised medium and useful quali ties ;. prime bullocks none too plentiful; . 'Jaljnqc 340 cows' and heifers, including some ' yarili of prime. The genera...
Typho[?]d Fever in Country Towns. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
Typhoid Fever in Country I'OWIISi I) it. Mim.auu, assistant medical officer to the Government, has just returned (snys the '* Daily Telegraph') from a visit to Forbes, where there has beeu a rather serious outbreak of typhoid fever. Since January last no less than 98 cases have occurred in a population of a little over 4000. It seems that the sanitary system, like that of so many country towns, is defective. The doctor advised the1 residents to have the place proclaimed a sauitary area, so that special steps might, be tnkeu to improve the condition of tbe town. There is plenty of accommodatiouat the local hospital. Dr. Millard is about to proceed to Tamworth to enquire into the slate of affairs, there. Typhoid prevails to a more thaii ordinary ex tent in that town. The trouble at Coouamble has now practically sub sided. Through the Ijick of proper precautionary steps by residents, the disease was) disseminated, and spread very rapidly, but by the free use of | disinfeclahts and adop...
The Mutter Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 15 May 1903
The Mutter Trade. A; CONFERENCE of retail grocers and 'butter corn-mission -agents was held in Sydney on Wednesday for the purpose of discussing various matters affecting the trade. There was a fair number representing each side present. The grocers' principal complaint was that the practice of raising the price of the best brands of butter by a turthing re sulted iii a loss io them as they were unable to pass the fraction ou to the consumer. Tliey also considered 1 here was too much water in the butter ob tained from the factories, and suggest- , ed that some means should be adopted to lessen its presence. Complaint was made that some of the commission agents were in the habit of breaking boxes of butter and supplying half boxes to restaurants and private famil ies. It was further asserted that on several occasions smaller quantities of eggs had been sold to the same people than it was the custom of the grocery trade' to order. On behalf of the commission agents it was contended ,t...