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Cruelly to a Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
Cruelly to a Girl. At tho Longreach Police Court a wo man named Bridget Green was charged with beating a girl named Emma Wil liams, under 16 years of age. Evidence wna *rivnn hv l?.*Jir-rh Willi;l.ms. fjlfllfir of the girl, that ho left her and two other children under defendant's charge somo fifteen months ago, .and was paying £1 per week for them (says tho 'Brisbane Courier.') Dr. Hewer gavo evidence that at the request of the police lie examined Emma Williams. On the back of her head was a lumpy bruise ; also a out on the scalp above t lie right ear. There wns a large j bruise on the right shoulder, covering the whole of tho shoulder-blade, a small bruise or. the neck, and a largo bruise on tho middle of the back. On the rijjht arm there was ;v large bruise extending from the shoulder to tho olbow, the dis colouration showing below tho elbow. On the right hand there were sores on each finger and the thumb, also a small abscess on the littlo finger. There was a big discolouration ...
Local [?] Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
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A Solitary Honeymoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
A Solitary Honeymoon. An adventure of an unpleasant char acter ha$( just happcuod to a Scottish barrister, who wenfc to Paris for his honeymoon. The lawyer, himself a wealthy man, though very careful in mnnotr iniif.fora fsuivQ f.llA ' Sh .Imtifvci Gazette ' correspondent), had married a widow of means. During the trip across the Channel the lady became incensed against her nowly-married husband,' be cause he had not retained a cabin for her, und made some unpleasant remarks as to what her first husband would have done. The bridegroom observed that it was hardly the day on which to refer to her first husband, whereupon the Lvly, in tears, refused to say another word during the journey to Paris. When they arrived at their hotel she would not have any dinner and retired to, her room. Her husband, after ' allowing : her time for reflection, went upstairs in in the, hope of pacifying her. But wi'h out more ado she threw* his garments into the street, and followed them up ' 'iih.his tiMv...
Lased Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
Lssd Safes. wr» ifesre ssefe- gpod' reisoaBS .- BRr'Bfcase j srso fairs spare ets& so isresS. 11 is s«sni«ii.' laosS, -wfeicfe. is* ..Jfes./cotsess;1 o£ aaiscfewir S«r 'Tracrir.'rfl!' t»» B-»-i-^mirg»rT»tJs.;.'-CT- EswrxK-w Mr. J. T. Taadij-wrSI ssaacoS tsss issiffi^ce' ? . «a. ifee -;PIcseiS ? HiSL C^BOj. aa5.o£s ; s&s.feEi«Kicg.;iWedtasst d*T, a-i t&e Ssara BaJSl, a. large zsssSesr of ailoe^sais fce&ooscsg tat »&» ? esSa»e et ifee Luie . Mr. H. Baarassi, sadttiife foe feesir«ss and rssisliQiiai! parpeses. a&o tarse bsssass site* &sa^ Hessss. Scfeafer Bras'. sSece.
Gold from Sea Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
Gold from Sea Water. Sir William Ramsay, one of the most eminent British scientists, has been ro tained by a syndicate to work Bolely for them in connection with the process of .extracting gold from sea water, and in his report to the shareholders ho makes several remarkable statements. He states that he carried outhistrialsso that the results obtained prevent practioolly any deceit, and it may bo taken that the results are practically accurate, more es pecially as they accord with those that have been previously obtained by Pro fessor Liversidge. The immediate point however, he continues, is not to verify the fact that sea water contains about one grain of gold per ton, but to make sure the process is capable of extracting nil, or the major part, in such a state that it can be easily separated into met allic form. This ho has no hesitation iu saying was easily provod. In conclusion Sir William says that there is no doubt but that Mr. Snell has proved that gold can be profitably obt...
[?] Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
HES3i3T£3i T?a8r lee. SGnsster for PtrsoLr Wore. SsafS^'S bees dewsSsd u' cp=n sba Gss&oia SSfesr'i pa CfcEs Apetl. ^ilS otise Hs inri^iiias ii!tSs a .35scj5rB: to ce a few tSujs- sis^isr Sfcss rarig- 1 S2s e&KSrssiSe fees buea feSsyaS «a ' is i& j ess&Ss Mct *?» 6e pceseci- it. asS ' ogea. j ths Ccsqa SE/yc ; as. t£e. ,ssbs2. Eiaas- to i| ^^««r a^nftses as iifee ^tsibscss cehiSmsI I ssS reciare fegasSaSioGS feses '? --gdbSsj .tfas GSrkwna' es aeS s bicti^df ibs»s Jsi&Ssg i .by'ajbe'JKttgjiasHse' HeL' ..'.Lee. -EJKR.tSjsSKel ^BaaL'-ifei' .So sebefe I£sss5as';. ca'- -ISKHSaj. | ;tzii3;sw GraTion en WettiaeaStj acai ep^si ?'6£fe sbpw^-rea^kg Gtsas ec .,7-ffiBs£ty j :esnaBBBK5i:;- AjsbS ' 6L ' 'He' ttS psxeeeS' .to j iCSoeiSi5'Bni'.-E»2ay»~1B3Ba»e . &gutoSB«Es 1 S'*a5 iflsfiwsiaa.'a^dsaia sfisse tfiaS '%^^ a r«is3iEJ!g to CiiEB» Etyit -3ay -to~Boaeit-' |-i&ifgasafeCTgis srad srre a.- aiS-infSR is afe fvx&MSXr 'Oia 'H«iw-S»...
About Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
About Advertising. The Wanamaker Store in New York has an annual turnover .of . £10,000,000 to show for its £100,000 advertising out: lay, which, in the opinion of Mr. W..R. Hotchkiss, the advertising expert, justi ues his work. The keystone to his philosophy is : — 'It'.is no use advertising unless you have the goods ; but it's no use having the goods unless you adver tise.' A fine air of conviucing veracity pervades the ? Wanamaker advertise ments. Articles offered are oxactly described, and prices exactly quoted. Misrepresentrtion in advertisements would be fatal to. them. Seigel Cooper have spent in the five years they have been in New York £600,000 in newspaper announcements. Mr. R. H. Beck, the advertising expert of Mendell Bros., Chicago, declures'that in four years' ad vertising has doubled the size of thoir store. Now they are advertising more than ever. 'Tho result of advertising,' says Mr. Pock, ' is not always direct ; it is cumulative. Give me a sum of money for a year'...
Surprise Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
A Poultry Man's Opinion. Mr. IS. Solomon. Turton-road, Waratah, N.S.W., tho well-known broedor of ?Bull' Orpington fowls, says : 'I have triod Ch'imborlain's Stomach and Livor Tablets and cannot apeak too highly of them ? as a , livor livonor. The form in which they are made makes them easy to take and they aro quito effective. I find they do their, work thoroughly and without: purging.'.' Tlioso Tablets are for sale by Heathwood Bros. ? .-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., | iriim A^hijp^i ] « ? ^ ? ; ii O PSCIAL V t) I I G.E.i !*' money to~ mm. The Australian Mutual Proti&Bi Society EST5-2? i-c3::!.j5:of f :-r Lrl'AyS OS MOKT At isspsst Gsrest Satts of latsrest ? SarrenreEi is— e lie prix3»5£ qc mr-psTssg cpi:ci3?f«K'cKusL. ec lie ians i&nrscr xsit tost uriilbwcs £-3fii2i er rajniecs-cfiaiisySiiE. ~ Sges3i& «rrccigBa-Ecns bsTe sons anuSs .?sSsniiy tsSekSscs hbft £e aEofe wsibt. tsassSir5-7WSSESE- ? . - ? - .v ?; ' '-'_?:? ;.'.;;. ii^cEm:tZ3cn nasT t-t?»ftfi£iiK»l 15. iiar Z--.cii J&snfcfi^OSw. S. CLARK,: Besiifes,. Swe~ ?ta3j-V-itoapHs&3as»efc,'.IJSM.QBH;';l'iBC-:-'aS. 8feH®^OSt*1.S7H5t-3«aw£e,gja!Brar.' :- ? ..: iSOBEHTB. CiMESOX',';- ':::; -; - _ ' ' '???'? Sotsafiary.'' ' ?SyfeCT. 17Bfe F«%l, ISW5- ? ; .' ' ST«-3LS ADVSrJTI5EiS
Diplomacy [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
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Upper Richmond Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 March 1905
Upper Richmond Farmers and Settlers' Association. A special meeting; of the Upper Rich mond Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion was held at the School of Arts, Kyogle, at noon on Saturday last. The object was especially to consider the motions to be submitted by the &nbsp; local delegates at the forthcoming con &nbsp; ference in Sydney of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales. The president, Mr. R. E. Alcorn, occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. K N. Larkin, W. Saville, W. Weary, S. Walters, Hill yard, Graham, Braby, Bloore, Mirring &nbsp; ton, Peterson, J. P. Lewis, R. Cullen, A. &nbsp; &nbsp; Groom, R. Walters, and Irwin, as well as Dr. Loughnan, and the hon, secretary, Mr. R. A. Dawson. COKKESrONDENCE. From tho Hon. C. A. Lee, acknowledg ing tho receipt of n request that certain land between Fawcett's Creek and New Park should bo granted as a village com mon Ho had forwarded request to the ? Lands Depa...
Death of Mr. James Morrissey. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 4 April 1905
Death of Mr. Jamas Morrissey. Ouit. ; correspondent writes: ?=— Much regret was . manifestod hore whan it be came known that Mr.: James Morrisey of Tathnm was seriously ill. It -: was' not until lato in the weok that the worse symptoms appeared. ' Dri P..1C. Coi'lis, 01 unsino, was seui ior, and 80011 II1O news went round that the ' patient was suffering from that dread complaint pnonnonin. Willing and close nttention. on tho part of tho doctor ''was' rendered, . but on Friday, ? though ovefything was done to relievo tho suffering* man he gradually sank, death .'taking place at 4 u'.m. on Saturday. The Into Mr. James Morrissoy was one of tlioso hard working men wilio take .their place in the bush iu Australia nnd fulfil a part equally ns im portant to tho.vvolfnro of the State as meir i in .-higher-'- aiid inoro onerous avocations. Ho had beon ooimocted with the timber; industry ovor sinco tho mill was' erootod at Tatham, His team of horses wns well known aud. many thousands of feot...
Death of Mrs. T. Rayner. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 4 April 1905
Death of Mrs. T. Rayner. i- Foic somo timo past Mrs. T;. Riiyner, nn old mid highly rospected resident of Cnsino, had boeu in an indifferent state of health,' but not oven her most iutim ;ato frioiids. su'rmisod the -'end wos ;so noar as it proved. On Thursday last, Mrs. Rayner was taken seriously iH;- and at onco removed to tho Hospital, whero an oporation was poformod, from which she never recovered,' -and ?'; died the same night, finishing her earthly carobr con scious almost to tho last, with all her family by tho bod-side, to each of whom sho gavo parting advice consistent with the noble nud unselfish character she exhibited in her evory day life: The funeral took place on Friday aftornoon, the eortego boing one of tho largest soon in the town. At the hoad walkod a largo number of members of tho Oddfellows' Lodge in funeral regalia the whole of tho deceased lady's sons being mombers of that Ordor ; tho Salvation Army also joined in, the Band playing the Dead March ?b the proces...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 4 April 1905
PITH AND POINT. Sovoral cases of denguo fovor in Sydney. Largo number of denguo fever patients in -Tjisinoro. ? 0011). tins bost honey still selling at J. T. Cradick's. Splendid rain again on Sunday. 011 the upper Richmond. April 10 has been proclaimed a public holiday at Kvocln. Six pcnplc turned up at the aklurnmnic nomination in Lismoro last week. Blankets and rugs for man, horse, or cow, best vnluo at O'SulIivan and Dakcr's. It only costs 2d to send a letter to Great Britain now from tho Commonwealth. On Suirlay last 1I10 rcgisturod rainfall at Wooroowoolgcn station was 187 xipints. All the latest fashion fancies for tlic coming Show, at O'Sullivan and Baker's. Annual loasc approved of — C.M'Kcc, 107 acres, parish Hogarth, at .Cl (is Oil yearly. -- Girls found loitering in Sydney strcotsaro now brought before lho l'oiico Court and fined. . - - -..-. The ndvv hospital at West Mnitland.ro coiitly* opened by Premier Carrtithcrs cost £10,500. . : Tlio railway timo-table in connectio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 4 April 1905
Among tlio recent military appointments we ncte the following— Major and Brevet Lioutoiiaut-Culoii-jl If. 0. Ghauvol, C.M.Gr., ?instructional staff, Queensland, to he A.A.O., and Chief Staff Ollicer, Queensland. :' -At tho. Warwick Police Court B. Bros nairwasonlorod to pay £16 12s, tho value of.a'horse killed in a collision hotwoon two vehicles, and iMO 2s Gd costs. r- 'It is bllicially amiouucod that the cotton 'CT01V of the Unil.firl KtiH.i-u fi .i. 1 In* non.....!. i'seasoii totals 13,030,000 bales. : For headache, hiliousucsa, sour stomach, censlipation, and all liver and stomach com-1 plaints, thoro is nothing like CAVAKorou's Liv£H Tonic. ?