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UNDER THE CHRISTMAS BELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
UNDER THE CHRISTMAS ^ BELL . . i ????., - . Lucille Saunders glanced Into her bou doir. Holly wreath3 stood out brilliantly against the background of white moire Bilk which covered the walls. She cross ed to her Husband's room. Here was more holly, with a mahogany for a back tiruuiiu. At me loot ot tne stairs a. Kiuai. crimson Christmas bell hung in the en trance to the drawing room. She raised her hand and touched the crimson flowers. Artificial! Shrugging her shoulders, she passed on to the din ing room, and for the first time her face cleared. Above the table was a bell ot pure white flowers from which swung , white ribbons to the fitur corners of the table. The centre piece was of white . roses and lilies of the valley. The table wa9 laid for two. Leaning over to straighten a spray of the lilies she caught her reflection In the great mirror above the buffet, and she laughed a rip pling, girlish laugh which swept away all the tired lines around her eyes and the wistful ourves whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
VAI I can buy from as just as safely and as satisfactorily by letter bs H rf'^ '4&''~ 'N »i^'~i«*^ I WIU y0U colnc in person. YQl) can return at once any article that is ^^ %L^'m* * »^JZ~ /) a '* -^^ not to your liking, and we will exchange it or refund the purchase money. fj+jbjr SfSSJry/? 2TT / /sVAs2-fS*W8fQJJrCni We post every thing free on receipt of remittance. The following five Illus- ^^ 'Jl4£&&CC'&€/*i&^&££££y£*7J$.£?SL IJ trated Catalogues are Free ; write for whichever you are interested in:— ^*-*^ '^iflVfrn^lil'7 1m iiT^ ^^^^ 'i'11 /' 'Our General Catalogue,' 'Our Watch Catalogue,' '.Greenstone} -^^l^@E^^^S^SS^SSra-r» irsrmxis^^ Jewellery,' ' Gifts for Babies,' ' Presentation Goods.' ^^ **aM«lM;^^^J5 Jg^^s*^
He Left Her At Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
He Left Her At Home. rv n Her husband was a frequenter ol cafes in the bohemian section — in fact, he wus in the toils of designing persons of both sexes. A handsome blonde Swedish girl had fascinated him. Ar hn \vn.H lpn.vinff tlln lintnl niie nveilinir to join his unconventional friends, in the Creole quarter he saw a look in his wife's oyes that stirred his resentment because it stirred his conscienco. Ho was not used to considering the rights of any other poison when his own pleasures 'were concerned. Abruptly he told his bride( that ho was tired of New Orleans; ' and' that next day they woiild leave for Florida. They wont to St. Augustine, and she was happy ngain. Hut only for two days. Suddenly her husband disappeared, leaving no explanation. She divined that, he hail gone back to the New Orleans gayeties which had kept him from her so many evenings, and decided to follow him. .. ? ? Being without money, she pawned her sealskin coat for the amount of .the rail '/way. fare. At ...
POOR JOE'S LOGIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
POOR JOE'S LOGIC, The other day two street arabs were discussing the near approach of Christ mas, when the following conversation took place:— 'I expect ye knows, 'Joe, that Christmas day's on a Sunday this year?' 'A good job, too, 'cos it'll save a dinner that week,' replied Joe. 'Why? How's that?' asked the other, ''Cos mother will only have to get one dinner Instead of two,' was the reply of the urchin. _____^_____ Eight girls twelve to fourteen years old,; have been arrested by the police at Lausanne, Switzerland, charged with extensive thefts during the Ohristinaa season. .,.,,.,.?. k ?
Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Ministerial Visit. x'Tiie Hon. C. A. Leo arrived at Lismore on Tuesday night, and the following morning proceeded by special through train (to Grafton, whore, he would bo in terviewed by several deputations. Tho trip' will enable the Minister to judge for liiiitaulf no ir% t.lin rvntnliilit.tr /if I'Ttri linn for parrying traffic. Mr. Lee returned to Casino from Grafton yesterday, and in tends to adhere to his programme as ori-' ginally arrangod. To-night Mr. Lee will deliver an' address at Coraki, coming back to Casino on Saturday morning to receive deputations. In the evening he will address eluctors in the School of Arts. On Monday Mr. Leo will proceed to Kyogle, to officially open the district butter factory, and in the ovening will be entertained at a public banquet at Quain's hotel. On Wednesday tho Show at Casino will be officially opened by tho .Minister, and on Friday ho will proceed to Tciitorlield. On the trip to Cusino he whs accompanied by Mr. Stawell, railway engineer ...
Police Station Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Polico Station Telephone. . ;'~Mit; Moobuead, secretary of the Casino Progress Association, has received from Mr.Ewing, M.H.R., the following official letter from the Postmaster-General's ^Department : — ' Sir, — With reference to 'iiiv letter (if the 2nd instant, ackuowled'- ing the receipt of yours of the 20th idem, enojosing-a communication addressed to you on the 17th, by the Inspector-General ;of Police, respecting re-connection of telephonic service to the Polico Shition, Casino, ;I have tho honor to inform you that the telephone instrument' used on this service prior -to disconnection has been' made use of for another connection. vAnother telephone will be forwarded from here, probably to-day, and tho Police Station should bo placed in connection again in about one week.— G. R. Unwin, Deputy Postmaster General.'
Welcome Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Weloome Rain. The rain since Sunday last- appears to havo boon goneral throughout tho Rich mond River district, and will provo a rich dower to everyone. From Sunday morning to Tuesday morning Wooroo woolgon had a record of four inches, wnno out Deep urooK way tnere was a greater fall. On tho Upper Richmond the wholo country side looks liko an English meadow in sprinu-timo. Most of tho coastal districts participated in the wot visitation.
A PARISIAN ELOPEMENT. A SYMPATHETIC CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
A PARISIAN ELOPEMENT; A SYMPATHETIC CABMAN. Another elopement has occurred ; in' Paris. The Romeo is a medical student of twenty-two, and tho Juliet has just turned sixteen. They met, 'twas in the crowded Rue. Bergere, when mademoi selle was being escorted to and from her music class in a house of that street.and they loved at ftrst sight. He, as bold as Alexander, his namesake, asked her parents for her hand. They refused, not very cruelly, for they did not object to the match, the wooer having a comfort able income of Ws own, but they thought the girl over-young to marry yet; She, who is no timid, retiring daisy, although her name is Marguerite, was of the op posite opinion, and said so. The parents remained obdurate, and Marguerite de termined to dispense with thelAeonsent. ' On December 28th she went, as usual, to the music lesson. Her parents, to be oh the safe side/sent to accompany her an elderly Bretonne maid. But Margue rite was a match for the most ferocious duennas. At a ...
"SH[?]P APNEL." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
'SHH APNEL.' Last year was th e centenary of the in venton of 'shrapmj 1' by the late General Shrapnel, R.A. In a letter to the 'Times' his eldes t grandson says that the general ruined himself and family by ma uunimuea expea rimems ior wnicn ne received, for a fen ? years prior to his death, a very llmitt ;d pension, so inade quate to the vast si ims he had expended that his six' rema ining grandchildren were left absolutely destitute. Princess Zadako, wife of the Grown Prince YosbJhlto oj?. Japan', lias just given birth, says U te 'Matin,1 - to her ttyrd son. - t ^ . .y. - .
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
WIT yWD, ttUMOff. , Corrective After a Quick Lunch.— Take bIob £ln. ? . Tho', frny fo mond New Year ?resolutions 1b . to wait till next year;, 'They were dlsatpolntca In lovo weren't - they?' 'yea. Each thought tho othor bad money.' ? ' ; ' ' 'Teacher: 'What Is 'velocity, Johnny?' Jolinny: 'Velocity is what a ?feller lots go ot .»'biiml-lc-beo with'.' ?? . ? l '\ .'i. . ' ', Perhaps, after all, babies do understand 'tlio largungo Women talk to them— and stay awako nights to' get even.- -''' 1 s. ? i, Tom: Yes, she's a«Eood'deal!liko - a doll.— Kitty: How so?- Tom: Squeeze her, and uho'll holler 'mammal'' -.i,r .?( -jr. .* - Sho : Why1 do you think that-womon have no aim in life?. He : I'vo.seen ono or two of them try to throw a stone I , The Beauty : What, do. you think of, my ball dress?' Tho Beast' i' I ' wish there was moro of it and less to pay. / i ) ? Suitable.— 'What a.cold manner sho has!' 'Of course! ? Didn't you know that hor, father was. an' Ice merchant?' 'Tho minister h...
LOCAL NEWS. Casino Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
LOCAL NEWS. ? ? «^ ? Ca3ino Lands Office. DmiiNU the past two days tho under; mentioned areas of Grown land have linen appliotl for at this oflioc : — J. G. Edwards, special leaso, 170 acres, parish Rose berry ; J. C. Edwards, do., 200 acres, parish Fiiulon ; J C. Edwards, do., 100 iKjres, do., 320 acres, parish Loadstone ; M. G. J.' Cmupboll, non-residontinl con ditional purchase. 200 acres, parish Roso borry ; D. Conn, conditional leasu, (i6 acres, parish Sandilauds.
Keeping Up With The Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Keeping1 Up With The Times. .With this issue we present our readers with 16 additional columns of reading matter, and after this week tho Friday's issue will be permanently enlarged to 12 pages, or 06 columns of matter, making tho Express absolutely the largest pro vincial n-iner on the North Coast. We do not believe in pronching I'rogression .without practising it. There will be no increase in tlie charges for subscription. Our aiin~is to command success. This ?means a largely increased outlay, but our friends will -know best how to show thoir appreciation of our efforts.
Getting Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
. Getting: Un-to-Date. . Wkitinu to tho editor of the Exiuiess, Mr. T. T. Ewihg, M.H.R, states:— 'You will rcinwnbcr bringing under notice' the question of connecting tho Richmond and Clarunce by means of. telephone. I am glrtd to inform you' the work will bo ciiriind out.' With the help Of energetic men the Exfkess '' gets there every timo,'. and means to buttle on' for that extra assistant at the Casino post-office, which in proportion to busi ness done is tlie most undor-manned and provides luss'convenicncos for tho public tlrui i-ny:oflico in the State.
Federal Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
. Federal Works. In a letter addrnssod to Mr. T. Ewing. M.H.U.by tho Wonka Branch of the Department of Home Aifairs, it is. stated: — 'In reply to your letter of March 21, 1 havo to' inform you that I have requested the Jfublic Works De partment to expedite as much as possible, all tho works in your district, and a promise has been given to call tonders' without delay. I havo been notitied that the tender qFJ. G. Taylor, of Casino, has been accepted for additions and repairs at Cusino Post Office, and that the work will be proceeded with immediately.' ;
Checking Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Checking Liberty. It seems as if public school teachers will have to forego all civil rights. The question has been raised as to whether it is permissible for school teachers to occupy positions on pro gress associations, ihic tuu iumiMei stntes that there is no general prohibi tion, as is imagined, jigaiust teachers discharging the duties connected with progress associations, : and there are numerous instances where teachers are performing excellent work on them. In some cases, however, local feeling has been strongly aroused in connection wilh some of these so cieties, and especially in regard to the election of certain teachers as mem bers. Where this has happened Ihe teachers have been advised to sever themselves from the associations, but only under cirenmstances of jjiat na ture. The same argument could be applied to teachers joining tennis or cricket clubs. So long as a teacher attends faithfully to his official duties, what he does in his own time to help his fellow-men ough...
Development of Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Development of Potatoes. By taking out each eye separately it ts not. difficult, wilh careful manage ment, to raise 1001 bs of potatoes from lib of tubers. This, however, is not by any means the limit, to which de velopment may De cxiennea. ine eye of the potato generally contains two or four shoots, aud it is pos sible to make use of all of these. If a potato is sprouted as iu the ordinary course of ' boxing,' and the shoots are allowed to grow three or four inches iu length these may be pulled off, and if carefully planted will produce plants. The development of a large stock of pota toes from a single tuber can therefore be quickly carried out, and it will tend greatly to growers' benefit when they realise how little expense need be in curred in getting new stocks, even though the cost for Ihe initial few pounds at first sight appears to be great. The most expensive action on the part of the grower is the growing of varieties which have been cultivated so long as to have lost the...
A Stock Buyer's Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
A Stock Buyer's Complaint. The 'Northern Miner ' stales that Mr. S. Kidman, writing to a corres pondent says: — 'You ask me if I am coming up to buy later this year. Not if I can heln it. I have had bad treatment in your country. I bought £22,000 worth of cattle on one place, and was charged -Id per lb for beef there. Then I lost 400 of the bullocks with red water. Then near Boulia I got worse treatment still. When the cattle were dying at the rale of scored daily, mostly on open downs where there was no timber, uiv drovers were prosecuted for not burn ing the carcases. It was impossible. Then the ninungei-s of the stations .sat on the Bench themselves and lined my men £50. Is this Queensland justice r I spent £250,000 last year, nearly all in your country, and this is the sort of treatment I got. I have learnt some thing about ticks ; but I want to learn more of the class of people you have -efore 1 come again.'
Rifle Clubs and Free Ammunition. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 7 April 1905
Rifle Clubs and Free Ammunition. I.v a memorandum to rifle clubs, I Major Legge, D.A.A.G., says : — ' Ad- j vantage has not been taken to any \ extent of the musketry regulations ill In win w nn ntmnnl cnnnl v nf !??( ) mtitins miiy' ii ing iiii iiiutuiti auut'ij vi w*w *.?«'?-» per member for field tiring. In many country districts this can easily be arranged for on a public holiday upon open country, and should consist of firing by an attacking party at small targets representing men's heads. By selecting opposite teams, an interesting competition can be carried ont. Mat ches in the shape of a 'Sharpshooters' match,' carried out by the South Coast Rifle Association, come within the same descripMon. Iu places where it is not possible to carry out this class of matches, firing at disappearing tar gets, running men, or similar to the 'Tiles Match1 at the National Rifle Association meeting, can be approved. All these variations in shooting add to the practical value of our work ns rif...