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Byron Bay Co-operative Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 26 May 1903

ISyron ainy Co-opes-alive Co. The Directors of the above 'Co. met last week. The pay for the month was £22,000, which is a record. Tlie quantity of butter manufactured fur the month was 177 tons (another it cord), of which 5. per cent, wns srebnd class. Suppliers were paid lt)|d for Al. arid 9|d for No. 1. The pig sup ply has increased considerably, and it was necessarv to ston the' tViieks forii week to' keep the yards dear. In view of ''til is the Directors havo df cided to increase the facilities nt tlie ' Bay for pig-cnritig. At tho present:' time it is oiilv possible to treat 280 per week, but the .improvements will admit of 400 being put through. The. Directors have' recently added a new. condensoi-j wliich is an immense saving t'o the Company ; in fact it will saven £500 boiler ' every five years. '* In quiries have been received from Casino as to wheiher the Bay Company will receive cream and 'pigs from Casino, The Directors luive decided fo take both as soon as the trains s...

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

In Memoriam.           McINTOSH. — In loving memory of JOHN . ..Malcolm, .deArly- .beloved intapt son -tif Bavib a'rtd May 'M1Isxosh,' 'Vvlirf die'iT oil' ' tho ^7 th May, 1902. Another. 'litjye;f^'niD.ha'5 gone' .- To dwell with him who gave. I Another little darling baup ; .. '' Is sheltercd/in the7grav(i God nsodod ono more Augel child Amidst His shining band, ^ .... -.cv. : ... Arid so He bertt with loving ariiilo And clasped our darling's hand. [Inserted by his loving parents, sisters     and brothers.]       The Richmond River Express AND           TWEED ADVERTISER                             ' ' Casixo, Tu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

of the District, 1 ! Kvo^ie. [ Ol^it correspotideut writing on tho 25th' says' '.tlio vvoather is getting.quit0 |f cold, .. and a 'few slight frosts havo oc- ' cuired. - ' ' '. ^ Air. .Felton who was injured by a pea ^ rifle has' returned from Bilongin hospital and I am pleased to say is getting on ;ii' well, but it will bo some weeks before ho -': is able to go to work. Air. John Follent, who has boon up here for a change of air, has much heup iitted, aiid h.as returned to Casino. Othor invalids from Casino havo also paid Kyogle a visit' for tlie benefit of their health. ? ' Although there ' are rio convictions catt le stealing still goes on, and the only way to check this is for cattle owners to form themselves into a Cattle Stealing Prevention Society, and this is a matter that should bo well considered. Wo had ? a disc plough 011 exhibition here last week, which did splendid work at,id was highly thought of by facinors 'Ales'srs. Felton and 'Cullon's now shop is fast approaching...

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The Letter and the Parcel. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

The fjcttvr 'nnd tlie I'arccl. A certain .faii\Tasmnnian has in volved herseif somewhat comically with the Postal Department (says the Melbourne ' Agt-'!). The object of her affections,, :..a young Victorian, proved unfaithful, and lier. revenge took the form of the despatch to him of a huge earthenwarfe domestic utensil, with a letter concealed therein, as a wedding present. The curious shape of the package excited the suspicions of the postal authorities, who opened it and fouud the letter. Now, any attempt to send a letter at parcel rates is an indictable offence. The lady was ealled to accouut, and agreed — to quote the official language — 'to sub mit herself tothe Pnstniaster-Genetoil.' Senator Drake thereupon solemnly fined the girl £1, and,, having paid the money, she has now to dociile whether her wedding giffi'shall be sent on to its destination. It is understood she has decided to play the gatue to a finish. ' ?-* '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

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Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

1 he Singer Sowing ATachino premises at Kalgorlie were completely destrpyed by fire pii Sunday. A Lame Shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the' muscles, and 'may be aired by the use of Chamberlain s l'ain Balm, This liniment is unequalled as a soothing lotion. One application giyes re lief. Try it. A. C., Simpson, Casino, soils it. ; I

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Mr. Seddon and the Navy. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

itli'. Setliloa and the Xavy. In his recent letter to the Imperial authorities, asking that one of the war ships on the Australia!) station should be set aside as a training ship, Mr. Seddon wrote:- — 'Seeing that Home of, the vessels on the ' AustnlliahrNew' Zealand squadron are absolete, aud will, probably not be required for active service, I would respectfully urge you to grant one of these ships, to be used as a training ship .for boys in New Zealand, who would be drafted from our orphanages, and when of age would probably join the . drill ship ro be provided under the new agree ment respecting the Australian-New Zealaud squadron. This has beeii a long-felt want in our colony, and j would be not only serviceable in furn ishing firemen for the drill ship, but would 'also serve to furnish seamen: for our mercantile marine, which ia very desirable, as a great, number on ' the steamers in the colonies now are alieiis.' The reply of the Lord Commissioners of Admiralty was that they ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

CASINO JliJNICIPAIi COUNCIL. I The nsnal meeting of the local Muni cipal Council, was held in the Town. Hall oil Tuesday ovening last, when the following woro present: — I'ho Alayot (Aid. Copo), Aldernieu Page, Balzer, Parker, Frost, itiiyner, Stitz, utid Simpson. ; ? In --.the absence (if the AlayOr at the corumeiicoment., Aid. Simpson wnt-. apr pointed chairman. The minutes of last meeting were read,' and confirmed on the motion/of Aid. Balzer, seconded by Aid. Stifz. ?' ; CORRESPONDENCE. The correspondence wns read, re. ceivod, and. ordered to .bo'deiilt with, ou the motion of Aid. Stitz, secotidod'by Aid. Balzor, and was as follows :— ' From Mr. W. M. JohtisOn, asking for a dray-crossing -into- his yard; and en closing a chequo for £1 os on account thereof; y. ' From^Mr. G, Qrawford, complaining of tho d6plorablo state of West-fetre'et from Lattimoro's to the snwmillv and stilting that the stroet and footpaths have been almost impassable over since' , tho'y wore formed. ' . From...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Babylonian Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

ISubyluiiiaii IHseovcricMt A GABtiB in the ' Evening News ' on Friday announces that interesting dis coveries have been made on the site of Babylon, the once-famous city on the banks of the Euphrates, including the greatgates of Nebuchadnezzar's Palace, and a portion of the public library. Nebuchadnezzar, during his long reign of -'43 ' years' (604-561 B.C.), made Babylon the mistress of the world. Every gneat city had its public libra ary. The larger part of the literature was in clay, stamped in minute charac ters upon baked bricks, ' laterculae ?coctiles,' as Pliny called them ; but papyrus was also used, though none of this fragile material has been preserved to our day. The clay tablets or books were arranged iu order; and we learri from the catalogue of Sargon's library at Agane (about 2000 B.C.), that each was numbered, so that the student had only to write down the number of the tablet he wanted, aud the librarian, thereupon, handed it- to him. , The great palace of Nebuchad...

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 — 29 May 1903

[?] ? 'T ? ? — r— 1 - ' Slight frosts. j; Weather, very cold. ' Beof gone down in price. Building trade brisk iu Casino. ? ? . A Now Zealand brass band has - suc- cessfully opened a tour in England. ' 'Our Navy' company in 'School' of Arts'oirMoiulay.iind Tuesday next. The attention of milk vendors is directed to ah advertisement in this issue.- - . It is announced that , the Boer con tingent to -.Snmaliland is' . returning home. Men will bo engaged- for the coming crushing season at Broadwater .Mill on 1 7th July. ' The Comforter'i 11 a.m., ' The Now' Birth' 7'30 p.m., Church 'of England Sunday next. A concert and social will be hold in the Methodist Church, .Cloviiss, on VVednosday next. , Efforts are being mido to arrange for a big rogatta on tho, Claroiicp'. River iii the spring,' with:' crews .from. Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne.'.''.1 . . ' For ChroniciChcst Complaints, ' 1 ? :? Woods' Groat Peppermint' Carp, ' :1s Gd..-' A horse,-; presented to' , the . Drought Relief Euiit...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Local and General News, I Hospital Ball. — The committee and secretary of the hospital' ball desire's to thank both toivn and country residents who so genoiously contributed to tho success of the Into , hospital ball. Thev also wish to thank those who kindly assisted them by collecting in the country. Fiiomthe Governor. —The following .autogrilph letter has been recoived by tho May-. r (Aid. L. E. Cope) and handed to uslfor publication : — '' State Government House, Sydney, May 18tb, 1903. H. E. Vice- Admiral Sir Harry Rawstm begs to thank -the . Mayor, the Aldermen, and residents , of Casino for thoir very kind land hospitable reception during his visit ;to the Npnhfirn Rivers Districts ' ?Kyocile. — The Presbyterian General Assembly has determined upon a forward movement in the- Kyogle district. Mr. 'W. M. Inglis, a gentleman of considir able experience and ability, lias been ap pointed resident minister. The church liuiilding committee has succeeded beyond expectation in matters ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Local and General News, I Important to Business Men. — Busi- ness people should note that under the Registration of Firms Act passed last year and now in force, all linns and companies, nnd even business trailing as companies in which there may be no actual partners, are required- to regis tet before 3(-tli June next under pen alty. Any business, firm or company neglecting to register within the speci fied time is liable to- a penalty .'not, ex ceeding £2 for the first offence. ' ? A 'Puct.'LiAtt RonnEKY. — A. man j named William M'Kenua make a state ment. to the Broken Hill/police on Friday that the other evening lie. en- tertained a couple of females at' liis. residence, Argent-street. The . com pany had a good time generally,'and M'Kenna in a generous moment told the women where lie kept his wealth. The following morning he found that £140 in cash was gone- from liis board,- which he kept. in. a tin canister on a ?. slielf, and all etlorts to- find his guests since has been uuavi...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ' Our Federal Parliament reassembled on- Tuesday, last, and judging from the programing of matters proposed -to be .dealt with, .the members will have their time fully cut out between now aud the dissolution. Time will, however^, 'show whether anything , like a. fair amount of work is accomplished— a lot; ;of. .course, rests with the Opposition, but it is not expected that -nyV great onslaught' . will be made by that -body— still . tlio unex pected ' often happeiiq. During last session Ministers showed a' deticieucy in ' V back-bone,' and it is h op od . til oy . wi 1 1 be found to be improved in this.wspect;. The Labour section is as arrogant as ever; and as conscious' of power- lis' ever ; and if Ministers do niako a ntun-l agiiinst its domination everyone .Avill be agreeably1 surprised. If members suttle -lowu to work in earnest .for, ..the good of the .whole . Commonwealth, and. not' waste time in useless debate and abuse of their fellow members, a vast amoun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Wallace l Co., BON-ACCORD HOOSEi The Place for ihe - ? people * Note the List of Special Values. It Will Repay Perusal. BLANKETS '! BLANKETS ! 9/4 Single Bod Size White Blanket9,y7siitl Pa'r ? 10/4 Throo-quarter Bed Size Blankets, 10s Cd pair 11/4 Double Bed Size Blankets, 12s Gd pair 12/4 Doublo Bed Sizo Blankets, 16s Gd pair GO x 80 Bush Rugs for Bush Life, 3s 6d each GO x 80 Coloured Cotton -Rugs, 2s 9d bacli GO x 80 White Cotton Blankets, 3s Gd each t/. v.:- 'i ? * ? : ? ... ir FLANNELETTES, CALICOES: 29in „ Heavy , . Striped Twill . Flannelette, 4s Gd dozen ? ' 1 29in i Heavy Pink Flannelette, 3s lid dozen, 34in Heavy'1 Striped 'Twill- -Flannelette, 5s lid dozen 28in Absolutely Pure WJnto, Calico, 2s- 1 1-1 1 dozen . . . -. -.- - 'v;.- ; 'i , / 32in Crewdson's No. 2 White Calico, 4s lid: ? * ? ^ * /DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! ! ? - f -v /. , . . - 40in Coloured CottpitSerge; (all shades), -7^d yard ,» f .. ... - 22in Coloured .Vclvcteoii8 '(uil'sli(idos) , ls 3d Special Lino in...

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Editorial Comments. TENTERFIELD CASINO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

B2ilit»rial Comments.* , TENTERFIELD-CASINO RAILWAY. The Public Works Conimittep during, thoir tout' iu tho novthern districts col lecting. evidence in reference to, tho pro posed North Coast railway came to tho decision to veto that long proposed'Jino fi'oin Casino to. TenterHeld.. ' Ifc is^not. often that decisions of such' a' nature arc arrived at by this or*any otiii-r;coiiimittoe while travelling through.a district seeking information oil entirely different, ili.atters — such conclusifiiis'are , generally- left for more Ktlitable' times,' Svlion' the 'niethbers have more time at their disposal for deli lieratipn.'.' For-sonw reason ;or pthei' -the: Works Committee have 'delilieratoly'siiiit i heir eyes to' the' inaiiy advantages that tlie construction of such a line possesses, otherwise the^ could never tsq igniMuinous ly and suinnia'rily .quash so itnpprtaiib a*, kuliject. There can be no question as to tlie great importance and richness of the whole country through which it w...

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League of Good Citizenship. A WYALONG MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

[?] -A WrALOXO MOVKMKiVT. ® For a very long time past much mi. 1 hnppiness'aud sectarian bitterness Imve 1 existed iu ihe milling township nf 1 Wyalong, and the feeling l-cncln-d im 1 highest point on the occasion of lli0 I recent .visit of a certain notorious 1 prcncher.of this unwholesome religious 1 nincour. Among. those who l-eMilatcly I held aloof from any association with 1 that visit, were the Rev. G. W. Ratten fV Anglican 'Minister, and the Rev \v' I F. Craigie, of the Presbyterian Clim-cli. These broad-minded and estimable clergymen and prominent cit izL'iia associated with the Rev;- Father Ryuu' and most, of the citizens of the two towns, of. every denomination, lmve -inaugurated a movement to establish a league of good citizenship, to which it is stated the Governor, -Sir Hurry Rawson, lias volunteered to become patron, and whose, object is to crush out this sectarian viper as tar as pos sible, and to work for a hetter under standing, and more tolerant and amic able-relat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

.HAK'ttUGli. '.. HARVEY— LAMONT. — At . Neutral Bay, on April ,27th, 1903, by tho, .Rev. ,H. Waugli, Presbyterian' Minister, Rokert Hahvkv, Dairy Farmer, Dapto,- to Marv Isabkl, third daughter .of James Lamost, formerly of Bega, and now of Shannon Brook, Casino. ' . .. The Richmond River Express . AND TWEED A D VEllTlSfiR. Casino, Fkhjay, May 29, '1D0S.

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Queensland Cattle Supply. PROSPECT Of HIGH PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

(liieciisland Cattle Supply. ?'' l'ROSI'ECT OK HIGH PRICKS. , An interview with Mr. Sidney Kid nian (says the. ' Kapunda Herald') disclosed 'the unpleasant fact that there is inot much prospect of the price of beef coming down for some time. 'My reason for savin'' so.' 'remarked Mr; Kidman, ' is because I know there are uot sufficient cattle iu tlie country lo supply the demand. If Hhe ca'ttle are not. there, how can the .price come down ?' The droughts have completely demolished mdst nf the breeding herds in the interior, and even if 'we have a run of several good seasons, the cattle will have to be bred, which, as a : matter of course, takes several years. The losses of station owners have been very great. In support, of the statement. Mr. Kidman quoiea an instance of a squnHer iu Queensland who possessed a herd of cattle reaching five .figures in number, which, after the drought had iiccom plished' its object, left the owner lamenting at ihe time of mustering with only (300 on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Fred. J,.'. . Arp.hi».-ar»f.. 1 '' ' AVoODLAKk^STIlKKT, ; ijlSJiqUE^ \ ' ^ Eight Years' Experience nvitlir. two' leading ' Sydney Architects. , Plana.anfl-SpBciBcatlons oa ReasonaWaTerma , 'TTISITS CASINO EV1CRY THURSDAY, V and may .bo -consulted 'at. STittukss' Hotel.'' '

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Earth-Eating Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

' E^aiiii'lliiitiiii; Diseases. 1 i iDr. T. E. Macdonald, of Geraldton, |„: Nortli Queensland, in the course of a \ letter^ published in the 'Courier' $- makes some startling statements as to £ the prevalence of .Ankylostomiasis or |s enrtli-eating disease iu North Queens- fe land'.' Many cases, he says, are treated |p by, post, and lie hears very grave ne counts of the condition of many school p. . children along the coast. ' lly coin- L pa'rison,' he continues, ' with thestnlp of affairs 1 found in Card well nml Geraldton, now fortunately almost ? clear of infection, I can well imagine l how. serious, the matters are.' . Ho 5 asserts -that the earth-eating disease is - rampant'in North Queensland, aud to j- the best of his belief is spreading rap idly where not checked by vigorous treatment. He suggests the appoint ment. of u royal or other commission to £ investigate the matter. In -explaining ^ the disease, Mr. Macdonald says that t, the leech worms, as he terms tho -. Aukylosto...

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