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(To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

(To the liditor of the ltichmoml Iticer liiprcen.) ?Siu, — Allow ine to -congratulate -you nil the opportune and outspoken article in your issuo of the (itli instant, on tlio injustice of accentuating -tlui. distress of luudholdiSfs by tho unprooodontod rise iu the tax on laud, being in most in stances almost double the tormor rate. : The action of the authorities calls tor the most uncompromising resistance that ; can be legitimately used against the un- I position of this most outrageous extor- ! tion — belt legal or otherwise — imposed | on tho careworn, almost 'despairing set- I tier. How can a being bo content and I happy in this at present, God-forsahen j laud i1 How can one hope, to weather the storm of trials, the past of which is not- yet a certainty, when the scanty romuaut of his .means, after years of toil and Hardship, is levied upou ..'in double' portion to support', the extrava gant demands of incompetent rulers ? A. judicious and wise mind would think that surely thi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

COllItCSPOXDGNCE. (To the hdit'jv of thc Jucltmond lltvcr frxprexx.) Sin, — Will 7(iu? kindly .: allow; mo tOjiiir sort a few .wholesome truths, m your. papt*.r. in Tuforcnuo to God ruling l.liu Honsons;. I mil miUiucd to. take tins iiution from tlio Keiitniiunts ^ expressed l-y.^'* Huslnnun ' .in your issue of tlio !)tli. I dypL-eciito :i ro ligous controversy through the press, ? neither do I' possess weapons for suoli purpose; outsuun seuuiniuiits-isu.\|imsc-uu' by 'Bushmau ' niul ciroulnied through ' the district e:i n do » Jot of liutiii, especir ally iiinongst the yoium ponplo. .'' Bfeh-.. mail' wrote as follows : .'? I. pay -little nttuiition to prayor.'-or thanksgiving for. Providential curses or blessings, believing that varying planetiuy evolutions are sulely responsible for the various seasons.' There is more of a similar strain in direct contradiction to the Bible, but. the above is sufficient to show -what a ..pernicious tendency such writings must li:ive on the communi...

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 — 16 January 1903

'rp E , N D Ii; R S '' TENDERS to CLOSE on THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd, are invited for the Erection of a COTTAGE RESIDENCE in North Street, Casino. Plan and Specifi cation can lie seen at Mr. M. Roach's residence, North-street, to whom tenders aro to be addressed. T)ROTESTANT ALLIANCE SOCIETY i OF AUSTRALASIA. ? Tlie Usual Fortnightly Meeting of tho Star of Casino Lodge will bo, hold in the Masonic Hall, on TUESDAY ' NIGHT, tlio ,20th JANUARY. ; ' I GEO, ANDREWS, Secretary. ' -^rOMEN'S POLITICAL LEAGUE. A MEETING will bo li'6Id in tho Town Hall, Casino, on FRIDAY, :23rd 'JANU ARY, at 3.30 p.m., for tlio -;-;purpiiso;-.of Establishing a; WOMEN'S POLITICAL LEAGUE & DEBATING SOCIETY. ? ?? By i equost, i ' s. t. m-dougall; i ' ? ? i. . Mayoress. . SHORTH'ANJ) . CLASS'ES. ? , ^ ? ^ \ - ^ ? Classes for SHORTHAlS'D will bo held- at the Town Hall, overy ' TUESDAY- and - FRIDAY,- at 7.30 . p.m. ;? : 1 from tho 13th ? January, 1003.: Iiitonding pupils vpleaso cdmnninieate at oneo by lotte...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

A-dvertisemeiits. WANTliD-A GENERAL SERVANT.-: Apply to iMHS.' TANDY, Contre-. Blroet. ?? -i , . :! . WANTED— A GEN1CRAL. SERVANT: at once... v ? AppJy..';Miis;' ; J. . B. M'UOUGALL, Caiino. , , WANTED, a .WASHERWOMAN , by tho day. Eiiiployiiiont ovory/.wcok. Apply to Mus. M'lvl'jLLAR::.Cpininorcial Bank, Casino. LOST, in Casino, a .BOAR'S TU.SK BROQCH. sut- mi - -gold with bell attached. Findor rowai;detl on returning samo to l- Expross ' . Ollico, or to Mi1: A. J. IHIOWN, fruit shop, Walker-street. rp O , L E . T TO LET, a first-dans DAIRY FARM, about 400 aores, situateil on Branch Creole, Kllangowau Road, Smilua from Casino aud 7 milus from Tdthtim. Improveiuouts con sist.of new fivo-roomud House, Yards, Bails, Steam Separator, and ull conveniences for farryiiiL' on Dairying. , For particulars apply G. K. IMESON,, ; . Bi'ilud'h CreoUi Casino.

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 — 16 January 1903

JlIREWOO D! FIREWOOD ! ! W. L. BOYCE Is prepared to supply best quality of STOVK- WOOD, cut to any length at Current Rates. Orders by post, or left with Mr. J. T. Junor will receive prompt attention. W. L. BOYCE, ' Eulabil, ' Casino. J-EAD & REFRESH YOUR MEMORY CoSemane and Sons Suoalypte Preparations ABE STILT; Purest and Best. ? Wc Guarantee Them to Cure. Take a Note of Our EUCALYPTE EXTRACT, for Coughs, Colds, &c. EUCALYi'TE LOZENGES, for Soro Throats, the Voice, &c. SPECIAL OIL, Sprains, Rheumatism, &c. EMBKOCATlUN, Sprains and Struius in Horses VICTORY OINTMENT, for Bad Legs, &c., Bruises ROSI, for Diarrlnea and Dysentrv HEAIJACHE CUKE, Once Tried Always Used Insist on flJOUiMANE'S. and look for the Trade Mark EUCALYFTE. None Genuine unless bearing our signature. Horse and Cattle Owners Ask your Local Storekeeper for zsr COLEMANE'S MANGE CUKE. We took FIRST PRIZE at the Sydney Show, 1U02, and showed our superiority over all other brands. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

WENEItAB, NEWS. . Value ov Exercise. — One of the best preventives of phthisis, nrgncd Sir,, James Sawyer, the celebrated Midland physician, at Birmingham recently, is physical culture. Nine tenths of the cases of consumption, lie said, might be avoided if the persons concerned went in for exercises which developed the chest and breathing . powers. Action Against Mahamk Mki.iia. — John Henry Tait, of Thanet-street, Malvert, concert promoter, lias, through his solicitor, issued a wiit against - Nellie Porter Armstrong (profession ally known as Madame Melba), of Mayoora, Toorak, vocalist. Plaintiff claims from defendant payment of £23 7s 6d ' money due and owirg nnder a contract entered into on or about STovember 1, 1902, between plaintiff and defendant, or her agent, j Thomas A. Patterson.' Also a fur ?ther sum cf £200 as damages 'for breach of such contract.' Future of Electric Traction. — At the recent opening of the Copenhagen Exhibition, a letter was made public from Thomas A. Ed...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Good Times for Cattlemen. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

'B imcs for Cattleiiieu. Tins Croydon ' Miuing Record' savs : — Since the late rains have opened once more the stock routes from the Gulf, inquiries are pouring in here from all parts of the Central and Southern disti icts for large mobs of mixed cattle for re-stocking purposes Mr. F. A. Brcdie is receiving letters by every mail and telegrams daily from pui chasers, and there are also numerous offers for buying right out several herds, and station owners are being asked to place their properties under offer. One lettei received by I Mr. Brodie's representative from Mr. W. H. Kettle, stock and station agent, Clermont, asked to have 10,000 mixed cattle, store bullocks preferred, placed under offer. This will be the booni time for cattlemen in the Far North, and there is a certainty that the de mand will increase instead of slacken. | The stations are now asking local | butchers £0 per head for fat bullocks, | and they are reluctant to part even at | that price. Truly, the drought has ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Self-Made Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

SclMImlc Mciii Ix an interesting address, Bishop Hig^ins, referring to the ' st-lf-mnde men' in the Commonwealth, said James Asliton, a prominent member of the State Assembly, never went to school. He had to work for his living almost from childhood. He is still a young man of 34. And yet he has refused portfolios. Daring the Fed eral campaign he was one of the most powerful and influential speakers. He lias just passed his preliminary exami nation for the Bar. How has he. clone it? Sir George Dibbs says: he always held what one man had done another can do. Mr. Ash (on would 110 doubt impart the secret to any member who may take the ti-ouble to o:.. ? ? n:uu„ „..j xr.. JiitJUIJC. OJ1 \JI LTUJ J./1 UW UIIU J'JL 1» Tom Dibbs, general manager of the Commercial Bank, left school at 13. How have they succeeded ? They will, tell you if yon inquire, and their life stories would surely interest our young men. Sir Julian Salomons worked as a boy in a little shop in Sydney. Sir Charles Lilley...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Advertisements. 'pi O K P Pv I V A T E SALE, : Threo Good DAIRY FARMS, area from 100 to 350 Acros. 'Apply R. A. CARLTON & Co. COLONIAL'' SUGAR REFINING COMPANY, LTD. Tho following are the VALUES for the various Districts of the Cano included in the general average for tlie Season of 1902 : — District I Average Value 12/2 per ton II „ 11/3.V „ HI' „ 11/2' „ ,, IV „ - 8/3A „ V „ 12/U VI „ 10/Si „ Rous 8/1- „ Wo have, , at/the request of the Sugar Defence League, oxauiined the books of the above Company, from which the above Values aro compiled, and certify to the same being correct; : : ; i tv;.,. 'in WM. ANDERSON, V.P. (Jsigueu) THOs. W. MEANEY. In tho Licensing Court . . 1 For the Dictrictof Richmond River, - Holden at Casino. J NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A COLONIAL WINE LICENSE. I GEORGE RICHMOND CUMMING, of Casino, Fruiterer and Produce     Merchant, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain and will at the.Quarterly   Licensing Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

Advei'fcisements. | ]v[ °/;; -:y T y. ? fyg|8| All ACCOUNTS owing to -. tliB undor signed MUST BE PAID buforo tho end of tiie montli, or log.vl . proeoedings :?? will . be take!) for their recovery. ?'???? . W. G. SIMPSON. jplREWOQD! FIREWOOD ! ! W. L. BOYCE Is prepared to supply best quality of STOVE- WOOD, cut .to any length at Current Rates. Orders by post, . or left with Mr. . J. T. Junor -will receive prompt attention. .'; ' W. L: BOYCE, : ' / -i . '.' Eulabil; ': Casino. ? r ? ? — . ' . ' ? '4' — ^ ' — ' j^EAD & REFRESH YOU R MEMORY Coiemane and Sons Eucalypte Preparations . . AUK STILL igsT Purest and Best. We Oiiiimutcc Tlicm to Cure. Take a Note of Our EUCALYPTE EXTRACT, for Coughs, Colds, &e. EUCALYPTE LOZENGES, for Soro Throats, the Voice, &e. '? SPECIAL OIL, Sprains, Rheumatism, &c. EMBROCATION, Sprains and Strains in Horses VICTORY OINTMENT, fw Bad Legs, &o., Bruises ROSI, for Diiirrhiea and Dysontry HEADACHE CURE,: Once Tried Alw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

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SPORTING NEWS. ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

SPOttl'lTINU - . ROSISHILL RACES. , SATUIUIAY. , : Hurdle Race. — Irondalo I, Bengal 2, Lady Macboth 3. - --Granvillo Stakes. — Yannawaa 1, Mech lin 2, Soldent 3. r ~ January Stakes. — Milos 1, Peelike 2, Idler 3. . ? ' - . i .. Nursery Handicap. -'-Airlock 1, Amy as I 2, Hes 3 ' v.v-Bosohill Handicap.— Matong 1, Fairy Priiico 2, Marathon 3. .. .Parramatta Mile.— Contest .1, Peer- | i.liko 2, - Yannawaa 3. : i. .? Mr. White's blood horso Kingsley (imp.) droppod dead at Merton, I)en nian, on Friday. - J. Chambers, of Morpeth, has pur chased Saida from tho exooutors of . the lato Mr. W. S. Tyson, for. 150gs .Woronga is now being trained at Wallsond, and Ambulaneo lias.gono into Pay ten's stable. Tlio latter was sub mitted for salo on tho . djath of - her ownor, and llOgs. was ottered,- but this, price was regarded as too low. She was subsequently purchased privately for IGOgs. At a-meeting of tho Committoe of the Ballina Turf Club on Wodnesday night it-AVas docidod to. voto an honorar...

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Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

Latest JSTews. [BY TELEGRAPH.] * ? ' LONDON, S UN' day. - By tho'cxplosioii on Saturclay-of :ai-: eight-inch gun- of ?.( lie American Avai; sliip Massachusetts,, five, sailors wero. killed and four injured. ' ? | The mining companies on tlio' Band, i in South -Africa,' contemplate ail ex penditure of £50,500,000..irpoii'-:tlie denp' levels,- unci other : projects, include the' discussing: or? tne.^ possibility , or mining at a deop'of- 12,U00 feet. , ' SYDNEY, j\Ion'd'ay. .. Hi'lt' temperatures were .recorded in various parts of the State yester day. Bourkc showed over 112deg. in the shade. - ? At Pertlii:( WyAO ? a : horse ?: dropped dead from lieat apoplexy, and a . rail- way employee fell dead wliile^. riding a bicycle; .t.lie deaths ' being . attributable to the same cause. At a meeting of ,- farmers held, at J unee, the .Govprnmsnt.; wiis :? criticised l'or its dilator! noss^ in: making, defi nite proposals to supply- ssed wheat to farmers.- At Trundle, fearingMliat i Governmen...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

' Advorfcisements , ATTANTBD-A (iHNKUAL ^lORVANT ? VV ? ? Apply to. M R.S. TAN DYy.v Ccutro- ? bLiooli TTTTANTIOD— A GUNlOltAL &10KVANT -'VV ; at ou«o. . Apply. MltS; : J. 15., M'DOUGALL, Casni'. TTlOIt f- A L H — A BARGAIN -200 ll WEL'HKRS, foiwaul, Oj 0d Apply to J. B. M'DOUGALL. - . - T)LANT NOW.— All kinds of, Evergreens. X. ? . . and Tropical Trooa, -Guavas, Orna mental Troiw, Roses* &o.,\ui. pot3 :. from Is. Par.pnlum OilitatHiii l!o:-ts, -:,&«. ,'W-sl-o-^hnd from 1). J.:M'AULILi'li,ii1 (ireonridge; ngont -f«wSy.liioy.:aiid Brisbane Nurserymen; . -, rp IS- N B ' io R s TKNDI'.IIS to ULOoHon THURSDAY, JAN UAlt'Y - iiJ'i-l. ????' ara- -invited., for ; tlio KicPtim ot a UOl'l'AGIO ItlSSlDlilNCIi, in Noi'th'jjtrjut, Ouiin.^l%ii.aiicl|Speeiii?. cat ion can . ba seen , at -Mr. : Mi ? i Roach's -roiiidoiieoji'Nfirtli-sti'isot, :to-:, whom tenders , are to ? bo* adc 1 rcssetl. : Tlio lowo&t . or ? any; tender not necessarily aouoptud. :-v ? -: -yWO POUN...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

CRICKET. sj A onimnnincis m itch . was phyod at Casino, on Saturday last, between New Park aud .liungawalbin, resulting in an I easy victory for the latter by llG runs. | Following are the scores : — — ? I Buxoawalbin. I N: G.j Bucknell,- c -r— , b D; SaVillo1 8 i T Van Epen, b M'Kinnon ? 3 Goo.: Williams,' b M'Kinnon -... ... 22 A. James, b Hayes . ... ' ... ' ... ... *30 R.-Yab3loy, c Pollack, b, M'Kinnon d(i B. Yabsloy, b M'Kinnon ... ... ? 7 i0;: M.iRioj-o Savillo, b M-Kinnon -i.. ^ 24' B; iM.'Rao, I) Hayes v... : , 21 : ; U. liueknoll. b IIayo3 - .... v. . 13 W. Lutherborough, b D. Savillo ... 1 T. Yabsloy,, not out ? ? ? 2 ? Sundries ... ... ... -... (J Total ? ' ? 183 Nbw Park. IT. Campbell, b Williams .... ... ... 2 II. S. Pul lack, b Williams ... ; ... 4 11. N. Franklin, c James, b B; M'Rao 12. J. M'Kinnon, bR! Yabsloy ; - 9 A. Ralston, b R. Ya'ijley... : : ... *....- 8 J..Bowon, b R. Yabsloy- ... ? -8 M Hayes, b Lutherborough .:. ; ... , 8 D. Savillo; b R. Yab.sley ... ......

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

fl3v TBLisoitArn.] SYDNEY, Monday:** The- Produce Market. ' ? . ^i Buttor : l'asteuriscdjilOid per lb j. ehpieeii creamery, 10.1 j facttu^', 9id^.. Heavy,: sup-, | ' * plies forward.' ' ; ^ . T : .;;:;r'i. ,',rMiiize : Pninb'old ju)rlliefn,*5-- to, 5s 3d ; u. Aigentine, 4s Gd to 4t 8d pel bjishel. : , Egg's : Noitlicin fivers, '10d to 12d per dozen.' , ? : .-

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

-ft*KTIl I'WBX'fl'. I — ? U ? — — ? ^ Anotiiku heatwave. Eye blight prevalent. ' Five aldermen wanted ! (Jot your eyesight tested. ' A chance for municipal aspirants. Fall in moat ; but not yet at Casino. ?A Id. M'Dougall will not seek re-election Price of moat reduced in other towns. I he how F. R. Newton is at Invorell. A chemist has opened- business at Coraki. A case of typhoid fever is reported at Coraki. Lismore show will bo held oil, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Feb. Mrs. Elizabeth Simes, of Bexhill road, diod on Thursday. Tho local upti m vote will he taken at Municipal elections. 'I ho rainfall at Coraki last yoar was 23 inches 22 points. Casino show dates altoreil to -' April', 2!) and 30 and May 1. . ' Mr. Birling Ins been elected Chairman of the Public Service Board. . , Important sale by Mi*. J. T. Tandy at 2.30 to-morrow. S.e advt. Two more cases of -ptomaino poison ing in Brisbane have taken place. Berliner and Co., opticians, aro now at tho Commercial Hotel, Casino. ? Sergeant T...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

BRISBANE M ARKE C- PRICES. ? . ? »/ ' ' vFollowini; ' were the wholesale pi ices ill Biisbnnc 011 Fnday : — ~ _ ( ,1 Maize : Argentine, to 4s Gd per bushel. Bran, £S. 103 person ; pollard, £9 10s. , Chaff : O iten, piime, to £6 pel toil. Hay : Oaten, hydiaulic, £8 per ton. Potatoes : English, 13s per cut. ^ ! linns: Pineapple, Is Id to' Is 2d; Mild Cme.'ls Id per lb. ' ' s * Bacon ? Pineapple, flitches, 13d pel ll- ; Mild Cure, fiitchcs, 13d, and sides I4d. --Eggs, to lGid per dozen.--1' '-- v-.^ .VfButter T Local, factory,- 10(1 to :11 il.per. lb ;: * southern, lOUltolld.-, v Cheese :i N. Z.,,. medium an^il ? large, rJO^d; , ,, per lb ; Victorian 9d to OAd.'-.,,'^ v - ? FatCattlk.— At HonK'bitsh.on Thursday , ? - ' iastf upwards of .973 v head:. ;of ?cat tie. -veie , -ii. -ity'iirded, chieHy. from; 1 he-southern districts, ?Vi. iv. jtho balance; from - the- north,; odd lots from; the-w«st, 24 head1 from New Zealand. . 1 ho i ' m- i : yardings chiefly comprised good to prime, ?v « ....

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South African Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

?South .-li'rican Atlairs. I ; Tun anxiety of the Rami mining com panies to secure Chinese labour leads. the' English - newspapers to protest, which; they do, emphasising that the new colonies can never. be-jBritish unless , tli^y attract a British population. The work ing nien.of Johannesburg.- protesj.- against Chinese' iinmigratioii, 'and huvo issiiod. plucaids declaring that tho £30,000,000, I to.lie eontributeil by the Transvaal' tp i. wards tho cost of tlio war, as agreed upon by Mr. Chanibeilain and the prominent citi'/jnu of Johannesburg, is the -'price of tile yellow agony.' Mr. Chamberlain 1ms visited two of the gold mines controlled ? by Mr. J. B.. llobiuson, and descended the deepest one. Mr. Chamberlain sub sequently addressed the Chamber of Mines of Johannesburg. He dwelt, upon the limited supply 'of labour from Uganda and the danger of importing thence the sleeping sickness into tho Transvaal. Accepting Chinese labour for the mines was «i possible alternative for n -t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

Mr M'Dougall had a big aud success ful horse salo last Saturday. The Government will grant 110 further 'amounts to Kosciusco obsoi-vatoi-y. ? . r Have you considered — That wo arc giv ing 20 per cent, discount of all b tots this inontli — At'A. C. S:nipsoti's. A jury was being got together yester day afteriiooii for the holding -of an v inquest on the body of tho late .Mrs. . Loukluirt. 1 Lio'utenant Lengerke, who wns acting as first officer of tho Ge'rinau cruiser ' Vineta whon engaged in sinking tho Venezuelan warships, having been summoned to Germany to report to the - J3i«per6r, committed suicide.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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