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

Keligious Services. ' Ciiuucti or .'England (Casino District).— May. 3l*t, Whit Sunday,- Casino, Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Matins ami Holy Communion. ut l la.tn., K;vensniigat7.30p. in. . Clovus at .2.30 p.m. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. Sunday, May 3lttt, Sandy Crook (Mr. R. W. Stockdulo's) at 11 aim., Deep Creek (Mr. pntic'in'a) at 2.30 p.m. — Mr. F. F. Prince. Tuesday, June 'Jud, Clovus, Church of t England -Guild, at 7 30 p.m. Thursday, Jiine.4tli, Casino, Lulies' Cnurcli Fund at 3 jr.Vn., G.F.S. Bible Class at 8 p.m. Friday, Jure. 5th, Casino, Choir Practice at 7.30 p. m, . PRESBYTKfUAN ClIURPtl .OF AUSTRALIA.— Sdu«ayv' May 31st, Casino at 11 a.m., Codi'iiigtohat 3 p.in.i Coral;! at'7.30 p.m. — Mr. \\., M'Clcllund Inglis. Sunday.- May . 3 1st, Kyogle at 2.30 p.m. ; Wednesday, ? Juno 3rd, -Ddop Creek (Mr. A. J. Minim's) ?it 7.30 p.m. ; Thursday, Juno 4th, Codring ton (.Mr. Charles Roderick'*) at 7.30 p.m.; . : Friday,, June 5th. . S indy . Creek (Mr. Thoti. y.alisley's) at 7 .30 p.m.— ...

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

- ! r;. , . . ' ' / . . 'c ^lT^iaW^-wwW^W^iiWlilfllfilllfl)^liil'liii limj. ; ^FINEST SELECTED j [AMERICAN LEAF. J ' ; ? 'A -? . . : I r/ P DARK OR AROMATIC » ^tOBACCO^J } ?' :? ' - 7'.. -? HIGHEST QUALITY | f/iAMUFACTUREDj r^ggiiiiin1^1' i|n| 'i 'i / PALING'^ . , (Patented) I - VICTOR PIANO&-. ? |^!'gsn:ssu*J'^^^ '? ? : - SL -15he- ? Victor Pianos- -iar®- specially h H ' yisiade io o^r order, designed.. ||| ? : ?? ? ': ahd patented by us, Known as' \ ' I' ' Vi«5tor I, Vitilor EI, and | | , New . Victor Upright '-. Grand (with, 3 pedals).. These Pianos at the price are the wisest value obtainable. IE' ' tone is ? full - and rich, ' touch -??- excellent,., handsome cases, and durability guaranteed. Sf you want a good' grade Piano at a. moderate cost B , BUT A VICTOR. . , . S i That's the Piano you want. I ^ yf? Old Pianos- taKen in Exchange. n New Piarios Sold on Easy Terms. H Catalogues.. '.Free. , ' 1- 0 Ho Paling' Co., Ltd., |. 338 GEORGE. ST., SYDNEY. | J. STS0'2TGr, Bran...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Conditional Purchasers and Interest Payments. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Couilitioiml I'ni'diascrs nnd. Interest Payments. j 'A SELKCTORjinder the '01 Act' reftivs to ilie concessions to be given by the proposed laud bill to selectors auder the old Land Acta. He men tions tlie disabilities under which he nnd others have been subjected to, and wishes to ascertain clearly what the position of selectors is at the present time; As explained by the Under Secretary for Lands, section 8 of the Act of, 1861 provided that tlie payment of :balaiices might be deferred by the payment of interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on snch balances. The' Act of 1875 first introduced the system of paying the interest and in stalments together, at the rate of ls per. acre, the interest being still re tained at the ? rate of 5 per cent, per annum. It was a purely voluntary business with the purchasers as to whether tliey. c^ine under the provi sions of this Act, and a great many did .not do. so. Under the 1884 Act, the instalment practice was continued, but' the intere...

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

A TrnnsvamJ fitusli. ? A tJOHRUSPONDKNT'at Pretoria writes : —'The 14th of April was the day for pegging out claims at Klerksdorp, and ^ no' fewer than 17,000 claims were ^pegged out. The scene. at. sunrise on ? the l4th'\vas one never to be forgotten. Every available horse, cart, and mnle ^—anything tuat uaa a go in u-r- w«b purchased to rush to the spot, and the ??? appearance of old Sol on the horizon was greeted with .the firing of guns nnd the waving of flags and hats. Then began the rush of thousands of men, driving in pegs with might and main, and scurrying along as rapidly aB possible, until tliey rnetor overtook other lines, when furtl.er progress was useless. The whole thing was over in ati hour. In that time an enormous] area of country was ornamented with i regular lines of wooden sticks, and hundreds of claim-owners are . under the impression that their fortunes are already made.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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An Enemy of Nut Grass. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

An Ktiemy oJ'.Yufc Grass. Mr. TV. W. Fkoggaht, Government Entomologist, Department of Agri culture, visited Singleton last week to report upon an insect discovered by Mr. II. Tyer» n,|d which was a des troyer of the noxious nut grass. Mr. Froggart discovers upon examination that tbe parasite belongs fo the scale insects order of the family of Cocciday. The insect found is one group. The mealy bug belongs to the same genus, Dactylopius, of which a number of species are found on plants — one on the bouvardias. Two more known species are found ' iu the roots of grasses in New Zealand. There is a family likeness between all tbe varieties named, but the ' Dunolly bug,' so named by Mr. Froggart, is an entirely new species. It only attacks a grass that has tuberous roots iu the same locality. Messrs: Froggart and Tyer found about 60 of these iusccts, nearly all females, on the roots of nut grass. Mr. Froggart is of opinion that they would destroy nut grass, but nothing else in the locality...

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

About ISuttor. Tiik Minister for' Agricnlture has received a letter from a Sydney resi dent who buys butter in the local market. The writer strongly urges the Minister to. endeavour to bring abont some change in the marketing conditions in the city. He says — ' I have been in the butter trade for over twenty-five years aiid have never else where seen anything like the Sydney market. I goto a .butter .factory agent and instruct, him to get me four boxes of butter of. a cel'tnin brand every week. I receive two of the brand I ask for and two of another brand. I am charged the same price for each, yet if the two butters w ere submitted to auction, 0110 would bring perlmps Gd per lb more than the ? other. The fact is that ihe agents fix the price and insist on ; getting - the same- right through, thus making a second-cliiss butter as valuable as' the first. 'Another objectionable feature of the trade is the concession of |d p^r lb to grocers who order six boxes of bntter at the one time....

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blocks of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Kloc3tt» of MilSt. $ It is a remarkable fact that water -, may be made fo nssiime apparently j.«t the solid form by adding 1 per cent. J only of gelatine, to it. The condition of water in a jelly resembles its sin te , Vi lien absorbed by a highly-porous sub lit nice Hitch lis piiiuice-stoue or sponge. tii other -vords, the gelatine on setting ] forms a set of line spongy network in * ^liich the liquid water is held captive \ I'V capillary forces. Gelative' isi iii J B''ort u very capricious carrier of water, ^ nnd in tlios'e cases in which the' 0011 ^ %eyance of some liquids is inconvehi tut the use of gelatine, might alford an | fi^y way out of the difficulty., Thus, ?- 'V dissolving a very little gelatine in jmlk the milk could be carried in solid 1 blocks. Moreover, the milk would pin rather than lose nutriment value j ov the process, * A. Claim, fou £10,000 Damaqics.— t A Supreme Court, wvit was issued , in j I'tisbaue 011 Friday last at the suit of Mr. F. 0. ('ox agaiiiht the ...

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

Krij' ' ? ? ? ,???. roiuiiig K*la:it. 1 Tin; coining plant discovered early , 011 Saturday morning a t Red for 11, b\* ' Senior-Constable Moore and others, -5 a very complete .one, but, it had apparently been very little used, and there is every reason to believe that it ib ilinost new. When tlie police ' sur lounded the house, which is in the Syrian quarter, a man who was within, inn out at the back, and endeavoured to conceal a portion of the plant, but the attempt, was frustrated. Another of Ihe men tried to get away, but. his attempt also failed. Although it was then 1 -o'clock in the morning, the Mispecfs wete not in bed, and, appar ently, somebody had . ii brief while pieviously been actively engaged in linking coins. The moulds seized by { the police include sets for half-crowns, ilorins, and shillings, and are of . cx t client, workmanship. A crucible, htove, plaster of Paris, and bottles con Imning nitric acid and cyanide of potassium, together with a quantity of metal, wer...

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

- jlii Australian Athlete. ? . PiipFKSson William Midler,. the Aus tralian athlete,, pnrposes leaving for England on the 27th instant to claim a legacy that liasbeeji left him' (says the ' S. P. ' Telegraph'). He came to Australia as a child fifty years ago, and, ''-with the exception of . seven years iii America and a ' few months in England, has resided here ever since. As a young man, Professor Miller was ? telegrnph bperntor, then booking clerk, and, later, relieving station master in the service of the old Hob sOn'k Bay Railway Company;' Fifteen or sixteen year.'- ago, duriiig the big Australian wrestling boom, he was a very prominent figure, and competed against Tom Cannon and Clarence Whis.tler (champions of England and America^espectively), Donald Dinnie, . / Sali Andre, Christol, and others, but ? s prior to that time he had done great de^ds . in America, principal among Which were his two matches (in 1$78) with Bauv for tlie world's champion ship. - On the first occasion, ...

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

' The Qtcligioiig Outlook. . Bishop Doylk, speaking at the open- 1 ing .of a concert at. Pnddington 011 Sunday^ 17th instant, said he believed j ythe religions outlook was. so serious | that in the next generation they would .(ind tho great battle in the - country, woitld be between agnosticism puro and simple and the Koman Catholic religion. ? He said that because he had - discussed » the . question with serious, thpughtful, nnd religious men in the Presbyterian Church aud Church of England, Avho admitted- having very grave' apprehensions for the future. Twerity-five years ago a politician hold j- ing iij his hand the Public Instruction Bill of the State declared that it would be/, 'the death of the calling of the Itoman JJa t.hplic cjergy . , To-day, how-, cvpr, the clergy was very much alive. | ('Laughter and applanse). They were more numerous ' than ever, and their schools and churches were increasing ! year ' by yenr. .It was far more prob able that the Bill would prove to be t...

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Revenue from State Forests. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

BCcvcuue from Stale Forests. Commenting upon the statement made respecting the export of railway sleepers to Souili Africa to the effect that, the' expensive system employed by the Forest Department in collect ing royalty would allow liitle of it lo find its way' into tho consolidated re venue, Mr. Benne t, the Minister in charge of the forestry branch, explains that the. administration is not an ex pensive one. Indeed, taking the extent of country into account, it is very eco nomical.' For instance, the expendi ture- in 1892 incurred in collecting n revenue of £81,871 was £10,688, and although tlie expenditure for the year will be slightly'' increased, the revenue will be proportionately larger. The Minister adds that what is apparently wanted by a certain section of (he Saw-milling Association is reversion to the old order of things under which those engaged in the timber industry were left free to exploit the forest wealth of the State without paying an adequate return for the ti...

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

The King Abroad. !Tiib absence of the King from fhe realm nowadays has practically 110 lcjrnl sig:iilican'ce, hitt this was not nlvvays so. Indeed, the Act of Settle ment in 1701 expressly forbade 1 lie Sovereign to leave the United King * ilmn without, the consent of Parlia P ' jneiit. This, however, was repealed K 111 1715, soon after George I. came to ft tlie throne. It then became the rule I /or tlie Sovereign to appoint, ft. Regent S' --' of CommissiontM's; called Lords Jus y tices, to transact, the indispensnble | business that lind to be done in the N nntne of the Crown. The Inst instance I of fiorrlf- Justices being appointed was \ m 1821, when George IV. visited f Hanover. But in 1845, -wjlien lipr late | ; Majesty visited Germ!Miv.r Lord Camp bill complained that tfi^' ';sunl course; \ lind not been followed ,?,a'd suggested 1 tli it great public iucon^s.iieuce might. [ aii'-e, for iiistnnce, as to the pardon of criminals, saying: 'Railroads, it. is 1 tiue, have been intro...

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

, ? Advertisements. WANTED KNOWN --['hat-, J. Storey. . j Machinist, is staying nt Moylan's Hotel. All kiiuls of /St'wing Miioliiii'is 10- j paired. All work guaranteed. (Jail ur write. .. ESC.. , Oroaxist & Choir Mastku, St. Akdiiews, ? Lismoiie. - - TEACHER nf Ringing, Piano, arid Organ, wishes to announce to tho public of Casino that he intends visiting Casino weekly,' ori'nnd nfter'lSt ' - All co'mmunjuatinns trj'Mii. C;.P..'3trkbt,'; ' ' Express 'l)flic.o: 'ftic ^ .? Spooial Attentipfi/ Gi von to 'Voice Training. * ? — ;'V'' ~v ' y,' ' ' - ' 5 p H 0 T'0 Cr R A^P H Y. Waltor \ E..^erroux, : ?. Of Lismouk,. : ' Has opened a 'Braiich STUDIO at Casino for a. short season. A buautiful Enlarge- ' mont is given with eVery dozen Oahinet Photos. No extra charge for family groups. One dozen Cabinet Ph'btos; including one Enlargement, Jos. Half a. dozen' largo Midgut. Photos, mounted on Cards, .and a lovely Photo Brooch for os.' Samples of Enlargements and Photo Brooches may be se...

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

* Dentistry in all its [Branches. ?,.- ? ? ?; , , - — ^ ' . _ ' - * Your TEETH, the first Organs of Dig, festipn, ;d0ii!b' J * neglect them. They are health to youVarid/ rest cri' i * ? ? cold winter nights. ? _ \ ? . ? ? . ^ j * Don't- procrastinate ' When) you. 3 can J have them ^ I * ; , carefully, , attended tp | , at ^ MPRTXIVI ER'S, ' at , ^ * Reasonable Prices. * ' ^ ' - * Extractions Painlessly by the aid of Nitrous Oxide i * Gas. Local Anaesthetics, Chloroform, &c., W J * when required. J * ? » .. ... ? - , , - * « 'Artificial- Plates; Gold Fillings,^ Amalgam Fillings.; , ;-i I CASINO ; . PHARMACY.. .- ; | \ : ;? ; iiIStimer, h:i| - Cliemist an.^ Dentist, , - 1 ] p ''barker\street, '' u ; a -V --v^ y 4i '? $1* * ? ? . . 1 | * zs$sa-^ Prescriptions Oarefully Compounded. — I | Dental! Work has my OarefwS Attention. J f ;b 'J* ; ' Orders Promptly Attended ,vTo, 'V ?? * ?''» i l«.TT S fvi Vi* ..... ' ? . ' ' ?' ? Drugs, - ^Medicines, cfcc. |# ' ? ' ' ' * . . V . ' ? ? ?...

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

. '/Two 1*61* €e«t. off My Edfc.' was in a omirt of justice^ adjoining the ? hideously gloomy prison of Newgate, a point ut which the misery and- crime of London haye for centuries been focusscd. A young man, scarce past boyhood, stood before tlio Into. Lord Chief: Justice Coleridge, charged . with 'embezzlement. He -wiis .1 bright, in telligent youth, somewhat better educated tliun the average English clerk, hut not clever enough to make one sovereign do the -ivojrk .of five, so he had cmtiewsled hi* em ployer's money in order to live according to hisi taste. The employer objected, lienee -the scene of which we have a vivid recollec tion. ? After reading him a fatherly lecture, the eminent judge sentenced the'delinqueiit to tw.o years' luiprisomnent. ?' Two years !' exclaimed the convict, as he was led away. 'Two per cent-. olF my life, if I live for a hundred years !' 'y^s,-' two years miikes a distinct notch. in , the lite even of a centenarian ; aud then, you see, very few of us...

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

Advertisements. , WANT ED— A GBN'KiiAL'SSaVA'MT, Goo:l W.tgjs. A pply Alas. .. P. - Ei BAL/5KR, Cisino. . ' 3' ANTKD— A G I3N 13 't VTi ,S 13 R, V AN T. Apply Mils. . S13Y.NI0UR,' Th'/' Vie.irage, Casino. . ./' FOR SALI3 — A few young: 1'itrobrcil? B13RKSHIRI3 PIGS. For further p irtieulars apply, at once - to SAMUI5L BLANCH, Greenridge. ? ? PADliOCK'S close to C.isino' Itailwivy Station . to lot. Town Allotments, , suitnblii for'residonoHs or biisino'is' purposes on Kast, Wh'Jiitj VV.ilk'ir. aiid Hard'Streots, for Sale. T. H. GREEM, Casino. V BAC K C R K 13 K P R O G R 13 S S ASSPCIATION. A M I313TING of. the B \CK CR13I3K ASSOCIATION will be h-ld at.Mr. \V. J. Ilayterls Residcneo, 011 SATURDAY tho OthJUNH, at 7 p.m. All intiroitjil are oarnestly. requested- to attoAd , ' -f '? ; v ' vh: v'/' . Aoling Secrotary; i CASINO CO-OP13R ATIVF, DAIRY Go ;'l l( - Limited.- ? ; ?,: A GENERAL MISBl'INCf of SHARK- I HOLl)(3RS!. -ynd others intorestod lu tlio i above Company will be held in thu...

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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGES FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

T«a wa vrjiu'sc. mr, WRAGtsa's Foaa ;as r. HRfSUANB, Tirousinv. . New Soom Wales. — Olnudy to show ery along th-a ousc, south from Sy ln'ay, with frosli southorlies ami urens of rougb soa; Fine olsawliore; cold throughout with frosts. 1

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Government Subsidies to Agricultural Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Government SiibsiiUcs tn Agri- I viiitiira! iSovlcties. j The Director of ''ARi-iculturo hns issued: revised regulations vi'spenti,,,, the pny.iut'nt of Government Huli.siily to iigrieultnrni societies. Subsidy will be paid at, a, rate' ijnt exceeding 10s in tlie ;(i . on pn7,,.s fm. bmia-I'de ngriimltnral or oiln-r' ah. proved objects. But in order that the .-subsidy granted. lo,.so(;ielieK. inay t)U regulated 111 , proportion to. their'niw tlie loldl .subsidy gr.-mtal will in m! ease exceed los in t he £ on their total receipts from members'' subscriptions. No subsidy will be paid on p|.izt'a that are not offered in open eompoti. tion, nor no prizes that, arc 110I, nd vei-- tised. Subsidy will only be grunted ou casli prizes awarded 'for such ob jects as live stock (horses, sheep, cattle pigs, and poultry), farm pmduee, wool' wine, daily produce, horticulture' agriculture, jellies, jams, preserves' ' pickles nnd sauces, farm and dairy im' piemen in, saddlery nnd harness. Subsidy w...

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

. ?,f 'wi V: ' -s^S!''1'' rT 1 : * ? Examln» the Label* Unequalled for llnlnff on every roll _ - Cold Stores, air P & 5 : Mis piJIbDiNG PAPER »sag J.niUHnp Pap«r. f ?' Normal Teiummture. Wuterprool, g.is and vermin jtroof. K. IUCH nrid CO., I.TK, S5YDNKY. Joll pmkntin from th« Sole -W-' E. RICH & CO.,' Ltd.. ' : V V '?*.-/ .-. SVDSEV, V v ? ? ; ' „ N.S.W. . ? ' '' P and T» fViit is a mineral ? The offensive fvlanr dlrapppurs' * ? Sn liqfiiil fonii. Rh 9. fT^ whew dry. It-Avinir Iu colour is ? $£ss ILJfr an ndtqiiMe .,.. Wrick, , , ' tirotccrtmi , PRESERVATIVE w„«.W,S u*rrt for ? it I* )m-.erv.--t inn D A J S^V »|*rtlftiUrlj- o('«U*prv,r.r»*ivhep! ?? - ™ nUfl-l m ?' ? . ..ra!'-li1r in Co J ?.-?icon. '? iniUsiruuiiliiiiiy is renuirert. E. IilCIl mill Ca, LTD., SYDNEV: Who is Bob Brunton ? -WHY ! HEIEZEBPS .A. SHOP IN. WALKKR STHEET,., CASINO (Oippoaito tho Town Hall), . WHERIi ho Sells Tob.ioco, Cigars, and Cigarettes of every good brand ; Pipes, ' plain ahd silver mou...

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

? | ::. .CiU'iiio;L»ii(l8 Ofllce. . 1 The.; following areas were applioi! for at ; t.h.e locai Lands Office during the .week ... P. Brown, a, 1., 400 acres, county' Richmond, parishes Marsh and Caniira. A. J . ., Campbell, s 1., 100 acres, county Riclunotid, parish Dyraaba. ? L..F. Bonand, after auotion, section 50, 9 acres, town -of Cpraki. Tw«'s 8.' City of Grafton.— The im- p provoineuts to the steamer City of Graf ton (wlijoh'is expected tp again takoup p hoi- running 011 tlie' Richmond ivithiu K tho next 1 week ot' so) are 011 a very ex- || tensive scale. New paddle-wheels of g at! improved pattern have been brought ||. from England and fitted into now shafts. ^ New' decking has been laid clown in tlw | whole of the' fore part of the vessel. ^ Thore is sufficient room 't\voou deo^s for k housing about GO head of cattle, ami tho / space, it is understood,' has been already | secured for a considerable pormil. Several improvements have been ofli'cteu | to the saloon, and extra ca...

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