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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Advertisements. QAUIUON TO~ ^RESPApERS. All Purso ii 8; aro j i e t'u by Cautioned against interfering with ? Stock or Trespassing on Koroe, Lynch's Creek. Anyono so oilend ing will bo Prosecuted. O. G. LARKIN. ^ O 1 : V El Having secured well pituated Rooms I am prepared to sell Produce of evory des cription evory SATURDAY. Persons wish ing to offer samo - aro ; requested to send mo particulars. J.,B. M'DOUGALL, 10 , Auctioneer, &o., Casiiio, '

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boastful Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

lloastful Australians. Austhalians are earning rather ail unenviable name in Sou 111 Africa. A correspondent of the Natal ' Witness'.' writes I have inet. many educated Australians in Natal, and they aro all boasters, constantly comparing the buildings in Natal to those in Aus tralian towns; to tlie detriment of the former; and talking of their brilliant men, clever artists and musicians, un til I declare Australia the last place on eath that I shall visit. Dr. Buch anan, when lecturing here, admitted the Australian rail the American very close as a boaster— and ho is au Ameri-. cau aud ought to know. ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Marsupial Skin Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

The Marsupial Skin Trade. I Thk marsupial skin selling season lias now been- inaugurated, and sales at. auction will take place weekly throughout, the winter. Values gener ally are at a very high level, and the market is very firm, with an upward tendency, and as supplies this season will probably show a big shortage it is probable that prices, will remain very remunerative to trappers. The bulk of the kangaroo and wallaby skins are purchased here for manu facture in America, and as Sydney is the terminal port of two lines of steamers, trading between Australia and the United States, and all the leading American and English buyers have their head offices in Sydney, trappers will find ' their consignments eagerly competed for each week. Prices for opossum skins are 25. per cent, higher this season than at . the corresponding period of last year, and light scrub wallaby are estimated at 30 per cent better than values for full winter growth. last season, while grey and red kangaroo are...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Intelligence. TWEED RIVER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

: Sporting Intelligence, TWEED RIVER RACES. The following weights have beon il.o clared for the two principal events in connection with the Tweed River races to bo run off on May 27th : — ' Opening -Handicap, 6 fur,— Geebmig 9-5, Hindoo 9-1, Master Danton 8-12 '.iibhan 7-lil, Spring Water 7-4, Hope 7st, Walrusj.7st. Prince of Wales Cup. 1 mile. — Master Danton 9-5, Commotion 9-4, Goobuiiir 9-3, Hindoo 9-2, Bashan 8st, Crtislieeu 7-0, Spring Water 7-3, Dick Danton 0-11,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Irrigation Again. 7500 PUMPKINS FROM TWO ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Irrigation Again. 7 500 PUMPKINS FROM TWO ACRES. Another proof of the marvels worked by water applied to good soil is supplied to the 'Maitlaiid Mercury' by Mr. T. R. Keys, Bengalla, whose irrigation farni on the Hunter has produced Some remarkable crops this season. Mr. Keys planted two acres of pumpkins, and from this area he lias gathered 7500 table pumpkins, the vegetables being counted to demon strate the immense yield from the land. The crop was grown in the drought, when all the other pumpkin crops in the district wete almost a total failure. The pumpkius were platited iii November, and tho land was irrigated immediately after plant ing, and. every , third week during the growth of f he crop. The whole' of the moisture was therefore supplied by irrigation, the trifling rainfall being of no material benefit to the pumpkins. The local market value of the crop was £93 15s, 624 dozen pumpkins at 3s per dozen giving a return of £46 17s 6d per acre from an irrigated product which w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casino Co-operative Dairy Co [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Ciisiuo tJo-Ojierativc Diijry Co In- pursuance of tho desire of the shureholdors of the above Company to, in some way, mark the' taking over of the -local factory, a picnic was hold^ on the grounds ou Wednesday last. Prior to the usual picnic festivities being entered into an interesting little cere mony took place at the factory. Pro ceedings started at 12'o'elook, Mr,.J, T. Junor, Chairman of Directors, presiding. Mr. R. Walters, one of the Directors, gave tho history of tho movement which led up to tho purchase of the N.S.W. Creamery Company's business, and then called upon Mrs. J. T. Junor to' christen tlie factory, which she did by breaking a bottle of cream and', starting' the machinery amidst great cheering. Mi'. D. Thorburu, Chairman of the Coastal Fariner's Co-operative Co., Syd ney, addressed tho gathering, speaking on tho advantages to be gained by co operation, and was particularly strong' on the grading of cream, adding, that unless this was done1 strictly, without fear...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Too Much Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Too SIiicli Money. The Jewish Colonisation Associa tion, endowed by the late Baron de Hirsch on August *26, 1892, by deed and gift wjth securities worth about seven millions sterling, finds itself un able to expend its income on the ob jects for which in was fouuded, and has decided to ask Parliament for powers to widen its 'objects by the es tablishment and maintenance of edu cational and training institutions, model farms, loan banks, etc., ' which, 1/1 the judgment of the council, may be calculated to tit Jews for immigra- j tion, and assist their, settlement iii various parts of the wo.rid.' The Bill also seeks tti widem the powers of tlie council- to invest its funds so as to in clude' freehold ground rents und or dinary English trustees securities among the council's authorised invest ments. The need for extending the objects of the association has arisen through a clause in the trust deed in which Baron de Hirsch conveyed the seven millions to the association re quiring that,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visit of Mr. W. J. Allen. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

; Visit of Ml', W. JT. Allen. 1 Evidently tlio people of Casino and district are not much interested in tho production or tho growing of fruii, other wise the visit of Mr. VV. J. Allen, fruit expert, to tho district would have been looked forward to with much more in? torest than was apparent ou Monday last. There aro very few country towns', of tlio siae of Cisino, that import so large a quantity of fruit, or where fruit is so extreinolv dear as bore. Whenover anyone about Casino intimates his inten tion of growing fruit trees, lie is advised to keep his money in his pocket rather than invest it in trees, as ho is bound to meet with failure (so the wiseacres say). Being an enthusiastic amateur, I lost no time on Monday, last in biking my way to Mr, R. Pyers' residence, to see the ex hibition of cyanidiug nnd pruning, given by our fruit -expert,, Mr. Allen. From what I had been tcild, I oxpocted to see a large number of dead and- decaying fruit trees, and the, few that had life in t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Seddon on the Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

.Mcdiluii on tlie Strike. . Premier Seddon, the ' democrat of New Zealand, in some remarks about the strike said ' I regret exceeding ly the railway strike in Victoria. I was a- Victorian ''railway employee my self at one time. Lii these days of arbitration and conciliation' one would scarcely have thought that such, a situation as now exists in Victoria would be possible. It will, however, hasten the putting of ' the railways under the control of the Common wealth. In the meantime the ad vanced prices for food supplies, etc., j go to prove that many will suffer out side the parties particularly interested. Corning oil top of the drought it will materially injure the State,'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITH AND POINT [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

B# I T B6 \ X E» 1»1- 3 XT : : ? ? . . ? ? — v ;? ? Weather cloudy 'but fine. Tli'o Antleon is at work at tho Ballina bar. ' ... Mooting ofdomotistration committees to-night. . : ?' The Fodernl Parliament . opens next Tuesday. ' ... District Court in Casino to-iinorro'w, Saturday. Protestant Alliance Society .moot ou Tuesday night. , . ' Christ and Criminals' Church of England Sunday evening 7. 30. Mr. W. A. Grny, dentist, visits Cornki oil Monday and Tuesday liext. Final meeting of ladies iu connection with Hospital ball noxt Wednesday. ..' Fifty thousand Russian troops in tho Odessa district are on -a war footing. Those requiring good friiit trees should apply to Mr. J. B. M'Dougall, A side of special leases will take place at Casino on Wednesday June 3rd. Thero are now 22,106 children attend ing the Government schools in the Transvaal. Five pigs exhibited at tho Winghdm Show were purchased by a Sydney buyer for fourteen pounds. . ?. ,'. One pastoralist .in'Jthe New- England distr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murders on a British Barque. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Murders on u Etritisli Sturquc- j Three German sailors have been tried at Liverpool on a charge ? of murdering the three officers and four sailors of the British barque Veronica, which was burned at sea. The men were found giiilty, and' sentenced to death. [The three men — Willem (o^Smith), age not given, Otto Mousson, 18, and Gustav Rau, '29— -were charged with having murdered Captain Alexander Shaw, A. M'Leod (first mate), Fred. Abrahamson (second mate), Alec. Bravo, Gustav Johansen, Julius Par sons, and Patrick Doran (able seamen) of the British barque Veronica, on the high seas. The Veronica was on the voyage from Ship Island, Mississippi, to Montevideo, having sailed on Dec. 1 7 last. According to the evidence of Henry Flohr, 19, a German, who turned King's evidence, Rau killed Doran with a belaying pin ; the enp tain was shot by Rau : Parsons was killed with a belaying pin by Mousson ; Flohr also took an active part, iu the various murders. Bravo and Johan sen, who svere after...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Local and General News, Pi'tOGUESSIoxi— Air. J. Donohoe, Cns ino's respected cabman, finding business increasing, and iu view 'of further, de mands, has put another vehicle on tho runi Wo henrtly cnn'gfatulato .Mr. Donohoe qii his enterprise, and hojie tho ?public will also appreciate the samo by increased -patronage Piioi'oorathy. —Mr. W. Porroux, of Li sin or aiifiyuhces in, this issi'ie thiit ho ?has* ^opelii'd a photographic studio in Walker-street, Casino, for a short season. Specimens of the work from this studio .hn.ve come before us, and wo can any are well ..worthy of inspection. By reference to our business columns further par ticulars as to prices, &c., will lie seen. Temperance Serviue.— On Sunday morning and evening the Rev. S. Beni liric will preach' iii the Methodist Church, Casino The evening service will be according - to' the wish, of the N.S.W. Alliance, a temperance service, when Mr. Betubric will deliver a suitable address. ?An ?invitatioiv has been issu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Comments. UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

ISflitoi'iul Coinniciits. I UNIONISM. . ? . Some unionist leaders consider that the action of the Victorian Government' in relation to the railway employees was a blow at unionism. While not being a blow at unionism generally it was, as ? a matter of fact,- a -blow at .-cor-, tain recent developments, of unionism. It was an assertion of the.- para mount claim, of the State to exercise through its Government the . supreme authority over its servants. Uuionisiii of to-day is taking a shape detrimental to the permanent well-being' 6f the otrtte, to tile staoiiity ot (jrovernmont, aud to the due observances of the Constitu tion. Nothing short of a revolution was threatened, und it was therefore neces sary for Government to curb unionism in the sphere wherein it was necessary to maintain its own authority; It mtist be boruo'in iniud that unionism is not forbidden, in the Government service,, but tho prohibition relates to a(hiiation with outside unions. Affiliation amounts to enrolment i...

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 — 22 May 1903

Wallace &. Co, , BON-ACCORD HOUSE, : ' CASINO. : The Place for the - - People - - Note the List of Special Values, It Will Repay Perusal. ; BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! ! s 9/4 Single Bed Size, White Blankets, ,7s -1 Id pair ' ? .? ? ?? ? 10/4 Threo-quarter Bed Size Blankots', 103 6d pair . . ' - ; ; 11/4 Double Bed Size Blankets, 12s Gd pair 12/4 Double Bed Size Blankets, 10a Od pair CO x 80 Bush Rugs for Bush Life, 3s Gd each GO x 80 Coloured Cotton Rugs, 2s Od each GO x 80 White Cotton Blankets, 3s Gd each ? ? ? ^ ? FLANNELETTES, CALICOES : . 2Jin Heavy .Striped Twill Flannolette, 4s Od dozen 29in Heavy Pink Flannelette, 3s lid dozen 34in Hoavy Striped Twill Flannolotte, 03 lid dozen ' . 28in Absolutely Pure White Calico, 2s lid dozen . , , : . . . , 32in Crcwdson's No. 2 White Calico, 4s lid ? ♦ ? 'DRESS GOODS is , DRESS' GOODS ! ! -? - /&/?-,.; ; ' « 40in Coloured Cotton S6rgc^(all shades), 7£d yard - : I y ' fefj ' Q 22in Coloured Velvcto6ns (all shades) Is 3d yard ' ...

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 — 22 May 1903

Freds J. Boards A J.A.S m A p'p.h it'iar-t. tWoODLARK-STnEET, LlSUORE. Eight Years' Experience with- two leading ,-i Sydnoy Architects. ,.. . . Plans and.SpeplflcatlonB on Reasonable .Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may bo consulted at ? Stiuuess' Hotel. , ? ? . . The Richmond River Express ? ;? ? ? . AND -TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Fkiday, AIay 22, 1908.

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 — 22 May 1903

, I'i'oiii a i\car-5»- Tovni. WHAT .TIIEY SAY IN LISMOUH CORliOBOItAIM WIIAT THBY SAY IN CASINO.. Readkhs of the Lismore newspapers are familiar with it. At first it created considerable excitement, and tlie resi dents wore anxions aud curious to know whose statement would be 'the next pub lished. Week after week went by. and the good people of Lismore ceased to wonder and settled down to tho fact that what 80 many of their neighbours said must be true. What was successful in LiRmore,. will be successful in Casino, Any medicinul preparation that carries out its representations to the letter like Doau's' Backache Kidney Pills becomes a household necessity. Ask any citizen of Lismore- what will euro backache. Tlio ? ttnswer'nivarirtbly -is Doan's Baukiiclie Kidnoy Pills. One of those whose testi mony has helped to push the good work along in Lisinore is Mr. W. Robinson, who carries on business as a wood anil coal merchant in Little Magellan Street, He says i— ' I have beou a great suf...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Weekly -;]ileiidar. * MAY. ' . ' ' ' ; ' ? -= ''S'.i .!' J |' ^ |'il'.'WATKR = ? a § ? S -S ?. .(? .2 Sydney. ^ S -w . ' ' 'S ;§-=rH a' a § I I * 2' m § -5 :Mor. 1 Aft. . £ & ''[to. w J . a -j-. III. JI.lH. M.jll. M. A. M.I 1'. M. 11. Jl. II. M. 22 F- 1151 6 44'4 59 1 39 , I 40 4 25,' 4 52 23 S . 1 1 51 6 ' 44 4 59 2'3.7 2.1'5 520 5 47 24 S 11 526 45:4 59 338 253 0 12 637 25 M 11 52 6 46 4 58 441 335 7 1 725 26 T' 11526 46 4 58 545 421 7 47 8 8 27 W 1152 6 47 4 58 6 51 .5 13 8 26 8 43 28 'i'h 1 1 52|6 47|4 57,^5^ tl .9. G fl28 Phases ok thk Moon. ;.v ; « ? New Moon, May '27, 8.50 a.iii.(. ,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Death of a Talented Lady. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

ofn Tulcuteil Lndy. We (' Chvonicle') have to record, with , very deep repret, the death of a lady who, although personally known to only a few in Lismore, was deeply respected nnd warmly admired hv those few. We refer to Miss Isabella Hingston, a sister-in-law of Dr. Gnprgin, at. whose residence the do r 'eased lady passed awnv on Sniiiliiy last. The late Miss Hingstou, who was a younger sister of Mrs. Gn-™m had been sulfering as an invalid for the pnst two years, but no serious fears were entertained as to her, health until about three days since. Even then- no serious consequences were anticipated, but the estimable lady who had endeared herself to nil who came within her sphere pussed away quite suddenly on Sunday morn ing. 'lhis sudden termination came an n surprise to the Gaggiu family. It was thought advisable that mi autopsy should be made, and this post mortem examination wns made by Dr. Tilley at the Hospital,' whither the body had been conveyed. The result of the medical ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

Ncteurulotfleal liii'oriimtion. I The following are the obBcrvatlonB. of temperature and rainfall iu Casino, taken by-' the Tqlvgraph Master at fl a.m. cacll day, 'for the week ended Mity 21st :'— - ; Friilay,. May 15 ' 721 r 44' O'OO Saturd'y, May 10 74' 44' 000 Sumlay, May 17 70' 45' 0'0l)i Monday, May 18 73' 47' ' 0 00 Tuesday, May 19 77' ,53' . O'OO* Wodnes, May 20-i' V 76' ?? 1 '' 47' O'OO ! Tliui-sd'y, May '21 75' , 55' .O'OO Average.. ? 75. . \ '47:;85 ? ? ? Total rainfall..... ,,.i ? 0.00

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Bet Was Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 22 May 1903

The SSct Wsig OH*. Two esteemed Loughborough citi zens who are close neighbours had arranged to pass a few days with their families at a village by the side of the River Soar. One of them offered to wager a box of cigars that he would catch the largest tisli.- The wager wns promptly taken, and the next dav one nf flm gentlemen put in an appearance at the | tish-stall in the market-place, and said p| to the dealer: g ' Have you a fresh pike weighing | about, sixteen pounds?' | ' I have, sir.' | ' Well, I want you to put him on § ice, and send him to me at ? | Deeps. I propose to catch him on a |l hook out there.' | ' Vera weel, sir ; I think I'll send the two together.' | ' Yes, sir, Mr.-— — mentioning 1 1 the other esteemed citizen — ' was here an hour ago, and; bought one weigh* $ ing- twenty pouiids; It'll tak' less ice ^ to pack the two i' tlie same box.' |i r The fish were paid for, but the but | was declared off. I

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