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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

* Dentistry in vallj its Braiielies- . - * - Your TEETH, 'the first Organs of Digestion/' don't, 3 * neglect them. They are health to you, and rest cn t * 1 cold winter nights. ; - : i * _ . T * Don't procrastinate when you can have them 2 * carefully attended to at MORTIMER'S, .at 5 * Reasonable Prices. ! * ? .. :.'?'. ? I * Extractions Painlessly by the aid of Nitrous Oxide C * Gas. Local- Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &e., . , | * . ' when required. . | * Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fillings. I CASINO '? PHARMACY. ? - | g. ? T Mortimer, ! Chemist and Dentist, J BARKER STREET, I Prescriptions Carefully, Compoundel ? ? $ Dental Work has my Careful Attention. ? '?# *'? Orders Promptly Attended To; ^ ' I Drug's, 3Xe-tlciiies,' , -fcc. # 1 ?. i ? -!'?;? -?? . ?] 1- ? ? ...... ? . # 1 -? ?? ? - ! , ' ? - * , __ =£ 1 ... C ? For Drugs; Patent. Medicines, Babies' Foods,.- # ?*.' Feeding ? Bottles, Perfumery, .Brush. ware; Toilet # ? ; Soaps, Tooth Powder,: Tooth- . Past...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

GSSNEKAIL - Typhoid continues to spread rapidly through Coiaki. A nother match was decided at tho Now South Wales Gun Club Grounds, Botany, on Tuesday, tho competitors this timo being A. W. Eale.s (who defeated Count tie Neiva on Monday), .and ' Lockslcy ' Tho onditions were .100'. birds, 30 yards rise, for a side wagt'V. -Eales maintnined his groat reputation, an 1 won by 0 birds, lulling l»o, wli le Ins opponent accounted f r '89. The winner killed his. first 50 birds, ami finished up with a break «f 32. ' Locksley's' bust, break u-as 18. . Cavanoijou's Liver Tonio never f-iils to give relief in all liver and kidnoy complaints. l*'or sale at all stores.* It is understood that 'ho Cabinet has approved the expenditure of about £100, 000 fcr addit.ional engines to increase tho oleiitvic power' of the tram service. In th-* opinion of tho Engineer-in-Cliief ? ?if the Qiiee-'.sland IlailWays, the -'c-)ii- structio-rof the trans- Australian -railway ? wouM 'at present bo pvem'aturo'l . A...

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 — 26 May 1903

rnHE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI T CATION-COMPANY, Limited b: X. I* It 03 s s Passenger and Cargo Service R.'iween the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. fpHE fnBt and powerful 'A- ' scre.-v Steamships . „ ' eSoRNIE, TOMKI, -and ST. GEORGE j Arn now running a Tri-woekly Service, Si',? Sydney TCESDAY, THUKS lU'Y ° and SATURDAY, .and leaving CORAKI on MONDAY; TUESDAY, and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNlE now making regular weekly trips h»s a refri gerating chamber equal ? to GO tons capacity, ' is lighted throughout „ with electricity i ventilating fans in the SaloonA uh] nil inorilern improvements. : ?Tub OASMXO Will make Weekly Trips t-» the Richmond River, calling at Newcastle coming North. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tnniki, St, George, or Ramornic by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis mn're, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local Manager, at Coraki,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

' SYDNEY MARKET PRICES.^ Following fare the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney .' . . r ; \Vlient : South Australian, chuicc millings 5i 8.1 f.o.b. Port. .Adelaide ; C.Uiforniiui, in Sydney, 5s lil tj as 2d; Manitoba, on spot ? in Sydu-jy, 5.»'7d : to arrive, in 4d ; Argciir , tine, In Sydney, 5? 41 ; to arrive, Sis I'M to 4s, e.i.f. and e Flour : Sydney roller, £12 to £12-I0a per . ton ; M a 1 1 i tnGar' , -X 1 2 'a- ;t o~£ 1 2 iTls-FSiifif.if' i iii.tn, iii Stah'iey, Cll-lOa ; Simth'A-ustraliaii,''. ?iill 17j ftd:t& IM2 iii Adelaiite. ? j.; ' j ; M-i!zo : 'Prime itiy.yellqw, from northern river*,- 3s 0-I to 4s ; 6t bin1, qualities, cheaper;'' bo3t white, 3s 9.1 to,3s lOd-per IhisIi'oI.v . . .'f. Bran, to Is 3d per'Tiualiisl.' ' 'v ' ; Pollard,. -to ls-Stl- per buslud. ?.. . GliickwfiejU.:. Loual, to us per Jju.s.he.l.. Barley V Prfoie feed, to '4s id per bushel. * O.its: Tasui:iuian,._feed,:ti- 2j. Hd;, primp, 2s 9.1 to 2s 101 ; New Zealand; prime, '2v I Id to3i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

oomm: ERCI A.L is E ws. LOCAL- PRICES eUUREN'l1.? '? lli -P. HxprcKti Onlca, Monilny. Following aro thu -iiiiJtatliin« fiirfnmi uiul diiiry . produce ruling In Ciuiiiu tu--t:ix;— Wii--.i.u«m,h. [UrAit. ' 8 d . . &? ,B D Mulze, por bunliol .. O' -drfl. 0 -frii.' CliaS, pcrctvt.. .080 6 0 0 ?r- ?' H;»y, oaten,, pur cn:t.. 0 .,7*0 0 H. Jo I ; ; ; Oats, pur bushel 0 *3 '0 0 4 0 Ejfg», per iloztu ..013 010 ? Butter, local factory.. 0 1 1J 0 13 Butter, dairy . . .. p.- 0 10 0 10

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lismore Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

Eiisinorc Qila.rtcr Sessions. The business of tho above court ivns continued on Wednesday and Thiirsday when .the following cases were disposal. .. of : — 5 ALLEGED ASSAULT AND ROCIIEUV. Kownss Kliau. on bail, was arraicnod charged that 011 20th January, at Gun- ? durimba, he did assault ojie Kakaiiud ;rbb:him of the sum of £12 7s 9d. ? - Accused pleaded not guilty, and win defended by Mr. J. C. M'lutosh (M'hi tosh and Best.) : The jury, after a short retirement, ro turned a* verdict of' not guilty nnd ?accused-' was discharged . His ilonor -.said he- quite concurred in tho voidiot. ALLEGED ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. - Phillip Don 'Hendrick was arraigned clnirgod that on- tho ' 7th March «t, ;l Diiranbali ho did assault CarWlis'Apiw : and rob him of £3. ?I , Accused pleaded not guilty and una , defended by Mr. J. Mllntosh (.Vl'Iiitviii. und Best). i-. i'.' '? TThb jury, iifter retiring for. half an „ !(i'bur,' returned a verdict of not gaijty.;..,-, ' aiid acoiisbd was dischargod. ' ' : ;...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

Cnshm -School or Arts. The rogiilar. committoe mooting of the -above institution was hold in tlio School of Arts .011 Wodnosday last, wlion tlio following niember8 ' wore presont : ? ?Messrs. W.- G-. Simpson (chair), J. f. Junor, J. Gray, A. W. Simpson, G/ Stitz, B. S. Miiy, A. C Sinlpsnn, W. fl, Mackney, S. J. S. Butler, F. Stitz, S. P* Dart. F. Carmont. and tho ? Rtmrnt.npif' {Mr; A J. Junor). The minutes of last mooting word rend and confirmod on the -motioii of Mr. A. ' C. Simpson, seconded by Mr. Macknoy.- 1 ' COURESPONDI'.NOE. Tlio correspondence; wa3 read, ro- ? ceived and ordbrod tohe .doalt with, 011 the motion of Mr. A. W. Simpson, so- ' conded by Mr. Butlor, and was as fol lows:— ? From tho Government Printer, Mel bourne, informing tho committeo that ;:oopies;of'th-B'' Comnion wealth Hansard''-! ; couhf be obtained gratis 011 application. From the Secretary Ciisino Footblill . 'Clubi asking for the hall 011 tho 27th for' the' purpose of holding a social. . From the Socrot...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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[COPY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

fcorY.] - iThoS. ^iviug.'ALH.R. Siu, .^Iiv reply to your je.tttin.-of .the 2nd instants Jiaving . reference .to the; registration -wild /notice of intention to.':lui,m robate by producers,: of sugar! ciine under the Excise Act of 1901, I havo to inform yoil that it-is billy necessary to be registered on 00 for tW ?sanio premiso'!; 'aud- notice of .ititei'ition to claim rebate should have been:given, .for.all.cano.itiow gro.wing,. before the. 1st. of. March last. As to catio subspquontly.: planted, notice of intention to, claim ro b:ito must bo given beforo planting, thereof. ' 'Plans must' accompany' each, hotico.-and tlio white plantation be per-! fectly defined. Yours, etci, C. Lockyer, Collector of Customs,'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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REGISTRATION FOR REBATE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

, REGISTRATION FOR REIfATE..:, .(Ta tht Ii litor of thi Itiihn - ii Riotr Kxprets'S . ' Si it, -- 1 think it -would be ivell to pub lish' the following statement ro'ebived .1)^ the from tlio Customs and Excise'- Do- partjuon't.— -Yotirs' fait-hfiilly,' '?'?-* . ' '''Trios. EwiNti'. ''

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 23RD. (Before Acting-Judge Armstrong.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

j ?&asT3tirr 4:«ua6T. . ? , ...r ^Satuhoay, May 23 id. - - (Before Acting-J a-.lge Armstrong.) ... .The bnsi.ness .at. the. District. Court,. Casino, :.ivas - not of. .a very(;importatit; mature, nearly all ' the. caseg set dowfl . for;: hearing 'ha'vnig beeii previously' settled, Messrs. S. J. S.' Butler, L..E i Cope, ...Murphy ''(Coralci); 'and J.'Kfs'siino' (.Pa,rker. and Kissane) being the solicitor' present.,. .TJiere wero.no barristers;1-'1 ? -- ? lhe! following .were, tho only -cases' dealt with:— ?: ?-.-;. -A. G :Si:npson v. (I. R. Gulley,— Goods sold aii-J lielivered, £2 3s 4d. . Judgniept, for plaintiff, for' whom Mr. Sutler, ap/' peared. ? Ai'Cumining v. J. D. Brow'ri. —Goods' sold, £21 ls 9d. -Mr. Kissane appeared' for plaintiff.- Miv Butler, who appeared' for- defendant, cousonted to judgment for plaintiff.. ... : M. M'Caun v. C. . E. .Corby.-- Goods sold, 1-42 5s lid. Judgment was given for plaintiff for amount claimed. Mr; j Murphy appeared for plaintiff. The ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION.; , (To thc.Kditor of the Richmond Itioer Kiprcus. ; ' Sir, -^-The following charges .were made. in letters' appearing in'thP:Sydney daily papors' of 6th 'May, 1903. 'Mr.. ' Kingston spoke at great- length in the Town Hall that night, but ' he' did not' then, nor at a subsequent interview' with ?the members of the Chamber of Com inerce, reply in any -way to the charges' made, nor has any other Minister at tempted to do so. The charges, stated I briefly, aro That' on 8th.. October, 1901, whilo sundry stocks of sugar were j seized for duty, a quantity (supposed to be 9000 tons), 011 which excise to' 'the amount of £27, 000 would' have been pay able, was regarded as exempt. That the Customs Dopartrnont knew of the ex istence of this sugar while it_wa« still in the possession of the live firms owning it, ?.and held that these stocks wore dutiable, That, for the reason not yet disclosed, the duty was not levied, and the sugar was consequently sold iii the'Queenslan...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Intelligence. MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

Sportiug: iipilsiligenca. . ^ MOO REFIEEil) RACES. .. SItuKoay. ' ? Ivogamh Stakes.^fNbble Link 1,: Rock Lily 2, Lord LoVeRfcfj:. ' V ' N Flying H ahdicap^ife^kpck' '-'Harbour Eusten 2, Nolile Lady~IL ? ^ . Stewards' Milt) — 2, A nana 3. ? ' ? '!T: ' . . Two-year-old.Handicap, — Cji;i:uberlain- 1, GrafC 2, R.ivc'.ii'.s Hoo 3. ' . ; Moorefiold .Handicap. — Haut St'ir 1, ,Nahprp'^,'Torqiwis&r^'^ :i' ?? - . Wolter^ ^'Han-ii'iiiK^Eia^ Blaise ly? Sol d(-lie 2,.S'pacu'uui 3. ---;.;i^ Rosebud's two-year-old half-brother has been named Uhine. The Lismore-Tweed railway line .boasts of 0110 solitary horse-box ' . Bashan, Alic'.t, Commotion, and Hindoo have left for the Tweed, .where they, will Aiilce part in the races'on Wednesday;. Wakoful, who ha-- been spilling for a couple of iminths, is to resume woi k' at Caulli.'ld in a few d:iys. She is reported to be looking in excellent health. We understand Fisherman has been leased from Mr. 51. Jordan by Mr. F. Kuhn. Tod Sloan, iha Americm...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

Kortli i'oiist kniSnay. Before commencing the .taking of evi deiice iiito' the- proposed North Coast line of railway, at the- Public Works Committee inquiry last Saturday week, at Lismorc,the chairman (Mr. M'Farlane) said, the cpminitteb'had received intima-' tion that the people of Lismore wore de sirons-of giving evidence, '-.and the com mittee thought it onlv right that thev should be given the opportunity of doing so. In regard to the. proposed railway, it left tho great northern, line nt Mait-.: land and ran practically along- the'sea- board to South Grafton. It crosses the coastal rivers at the heads of navigation. Tho total length was 310-miles, and the estimated cost £2,050,820 ; the estimated yearly expenditure £lo2,779 : tlio.esti matod trallic £ f(f0i-)J0 ;' wiiio'Ii leaves an annual deficiency - of '£'52,779. The. evi dohco the committio ? wished to obtain hero wan how tho : proposed' line would affect the district'of the Richmond 'River and Lisinoro.. .The. line ended a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

v:ii5inigrntSoM. , ; ' Ir is reported that 750 pnssengers' leave Sydney in the next, three steamers for Soath Africa, arid still the leaders of the Lilour Unions have the cheek to sny -that their actions have improved the position of our people. After harrassing em ployers of labour for years, and'having done their best to drive capital away, they still claim the support of the working classes. Surely the time must be approach ing whl'irtfieBe false prophets will re ceivii-the'ir due, and the masses will see ihe -mistake they have made. The j positjon to-day is only too serious; a small ring of Union labour has secured all the plums, and left the bulk of our working people to work for their living*/ in breaking stones foiv ;lhe Goyeruuieiit, to pick up tho -crumbs which fall from their table, or to J starve. Industry after, industry is .being killed, and- the country con tinues to fall behind in everything but debt contracting. Labour Unions are, tho most fell (disease that ever att...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

€OilKESPOXil-EM€E. . .?TO-Avilok'Fit M AY. CONCERN.! v (To the Kdititr -if tha IHdhiiton.l Hirer Kxpreti.) ' , . ,SiR,-r!r^V.hy,i8 no' iittenipt made ,to-irn-, prove in sotrio \v.1y tJ10 state of tlip road froiii' Casino to Gi-oonridgo ?? ' At prosoiit it is a menace to tho travelling public, and to nogotiate it in tho dark is an aci of valour, rendered more so by the fa-it. tliat its successful accomplishment will not b'o iro'vardutl bv a .-V.C. or oven ; a D.S.O. Surely tho ' residents in tho localities affected 'aro onpitlod-as con tributors to the' revoiluo — to some con sideration, and if thoy aro contont to sit still and not demand that a first-class road be made at once, it is not too much to ask that a heavy rolior should be passed ovor tho road, which would then bo temporarily passable.— Yours ;o to., ; Itinerant. Casino, May 24, 1903. .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Best Breed of Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

'I'lie ISi-ceil oft'my. A vkhy common question is, 'What is the best breed of cow r1' In that form, and without knowing anything about the cireunistnr.ee of the dairy man, or the nature of his land and pasture, the question is iipt:susceptible of . a definite answer. ? Of distinct breeds t here are maiiy, and ' room for all' is the. lesson taught by diver sities of local requirements, considered in connection witU^clivei-biUes of, pro perties, of constitutions, and of habits in these breeds. In the multiplica tion of improved nices of cattle there are some- that claim a placs in the competition for favourable notice out side their seTeral nurseries ; that is, a breed, like the Ayrshire, for example, having adapted itself to the specinl conditions of a district, it may then be found suitable to those of othce dis tricts, so that it spreads until we begin to think there are no limitations to its extension. But this is rarely the case, and if climatic influences do not limit its useful...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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PITH AND POINT [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

'J'lTH AXSJi l»OB.\T ? Winter h:ts Befin. . Public -dolmto 011 Friday night.'J' Nearly a frost yesterday mornitig. Cas.ino-Gniftoii r.ailivay making great stri'lo's/' J' ' 5-. -'?; ProteHtaut Alliance meet fo-uight (Tuesday.). : 'ir Mi\ ti M. Wado, dentist, visits -Kyogle 011 Thursda}'. '? -i '..TIiei'e a'M 47 typhoid pationts./.in thp. Foroes Hjispital. ? v. ' Social in School of Arts to-morrow (?\Vcdiiesdaj'')-|iight. . -.- - ' Sir John Soo says there will.;-. bo 110. riew nominees to the Upper House. 'For Cfiildreij'fiiHa'ckiugJS/Ciugh at'- night, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo. |s Gd. It. is rumoured that up-to-datei-»cattlo sale-yards are to . bo erected at-.South Casino; Final meeting ofladiosiu connection with tho -hospital ?ball--tp-inprrp\v-ftf.toF- ? noon. ? , Mr, S. 'P: Dart has. beoti 'appointoi't agent at Casino for Mr. G. W. Nic'oll's lino of stdiimers: ????'* \ ' A mob of 45 bullocks from Wyangurip Station brought up':to X.9 los 9.1i at. Hninobush. ? The very. cl-)s.e.p...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Big Fire in Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

KBig 8'*Ii*c in UralKon. -An extensive fire occurred in Prince street at 3 o'clock on Friday morning, by which Mrs. Henderson's residence (occupied by Mrs. Leonard), Mrs. Corby's confe8tionery and millinery establishment, and Henry Holt's two storey brick building, occupied by SI. Bourke. (foruu-rly.' O'Keeto's stores) were burned to the ground. The fire originated unaccountably : on Mrs. Corby's premises, which were formerly Krauss' dispensary,' and despite the efforts of the Fire Brigade, whose work was hampered by: tho want, of water, the flames spread to the adja cent buildings. Mrs. Corby and chil dren escaped with sbaut clothing and without boots. Her .istock, valued at £160, was destroyed, but was insured for ttlUU. The contents of the other j places were mostly saved. Mrs. Hen- 1 dersou's residence was insured . for £150. Mrs. Corby's shop was owned by the E.S. and A. Bank, ind intured lor the same amouut.

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The Governorship of New Guinea. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

The Governorship of Xew Guinea. Major RitSpencek Bbowxk, G.B., who was announced as a probable successor .td Mr. Gr. R. Le Hnnte in the Lieut-Governorship of British, New Guinea, may be remembered by some people in this district as a member of the literary staff of the ' Newcastle Herald.' For the past- twenty years. however, he has been connected with the journals issued by the Brisbane Newspaper- Co., and is now the senior member of., the. reporting stafF. He has always taken a deep interest in military matters, and holds the posi tion of Commanding Officer of the Queensland Mounted Infantry. He went to South Africa as a special service officer with the First. Queens land Contingent, and was attached as galloper to/ General Plumer, and- lie also served with Major-Genera! Hut ton. He was with the army iu its victorious advance on Kiitiberley and across to, Pretoria, and took part in the notable engagement at Paarde burg and the numerous other tights in the course of ii mareh. His d...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Death of Mr. H. N. Garvin. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

Death-- of Mr. II. N. Gjirvin. It is with very deep regret that wo ' Armidale.Express' record the death ofj- Mr. , Heriry--Nesi-itt- Garvin,' tlie ? universally esteemed- senior partner in the well-known firm of Garvin and Cousens, of Tam worth, and brotlierof our Superintendent and now AFsifit ant Inspector General of Police. The very-sad event took place, on Tuesday last, aiid rnmn nit » shock to many residents of Armidnle, by whom -Mr, Garvin was held in the highest esteem. The cause of death was pneumonia, supervening on a cold which Mr. Gnr viu caught while conducting a most successful three-days' sale of horses ut Tam worth in damp went her n fori' night ago. On the third day of iho sale Mr. Garvin was obliged to take his bed. and the fatal piietimonin nonu claimed another victim. Iu ' Harry Garvin's premature death Taaiworlh has lost one of its best citizens, nitd all New England sorrowfully shares in the widespread grief for tlie losa-of as ' white' a man as ever breallied. ...

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