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

AlsiooivillCv 1 The . correspondent to the ' N. Star,' writing 011 the 18th says:— His Excel lency the Governor and party have come and gone, a.nd \vo havo doffed our best blacks and igone back to our every-day work again. Sir Harry has left behind him an excellent impression, his atfuble ness add evident sincoritv winning. all hoarts/ Everything in connection with his reception and entertainment at Al 3tonville passed off well, and those re sponsible for the management have re ceived many congratulations. At tlio final riiBetiiig held immediately aftor tlio party's' departure, satisfaction was ex pressed ou all sides with tho excellent manner ' in which Host Peoples carried out the catering. A'small credit balance .was disclosed, which was devoted to the Agricultural .Society's Piano Fund. Mr. :F. H'. Bai'tlett, secretary to the committee, and those associated with liini are to be sincerely congratulated 011 the splendid arrangements made and :the manner in which the whole affair w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Intelligence. Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Sporting Intelligence. Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Fikst Day— Saturday. Welter Handicag— Brief 1, Guardsman 2 The Marquis 3.. ' ; ' Stradhroke Hiintlicap— Fifcz-Grtvftbli 1, Bedrook 2, Harrow -3. ? Queen's Plato— Biidegrdoin , ly'oP.lU'ser 2, Contest 3. ? v.','- '. Autumn Stakes— Whitobaitl, Little. Boy 2, Messenger 3; . | St. Leger Stukcs-Bnlfour; 1, ,vlvah.:2, St. Bernard 3. ? ?' Hamiltim Handtcap—AinWr-li' 'ibuulT ing Star 2, Reverberation 3. . ; _ 'V ° ? SBcosiVDAV'-RirikDAV?'^ ?' Flying Handicap — Ilderini 1, Bedrock' 2, Eulas 3. ? ''? ' ? £¥ tlijrh- Weight Handicap— Curraway 1, Plookton 2, The Marquis !3.- :-,i„ . Claret Stakes— Fitz-Grafton 1, Little Boy 2, Brief 3. . „ v \ Brisbane Cup— Jessio 1, .? Heronry 2,. ?Ymber 3. Rosebud finished sixth. [, ? First Hurdle. Race— Liberty 1, Irorpiois 2, Ringwood 3, ? ? ' ?' '????? . ? Novice Handicap— Carntigie T, Signal 2, St. Bernard 3. ? Cleveland Handicap — Norseman 1,; GozarJ 2, Best Man 3. , ..' . ...f.,..,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fat Stock Sales. [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 29 May 1903

Fat Stock Sales; - [Bv Special Telegram.] . ; HoMiiuiisii, Thursday. ! At the fat stock snips, to-dnv, 840 j cattle we I'd yarded. The ninrkep wiis nslimle. better'. Best, bu Mocks brought £13 10s, medium from £p . 10n, cows from £4 10s to £8 3 Us, JJt'st- beef is \Vorl-li oos por lOOIbs^ .

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

^Latest N'e\vc$. — T ? : ? [BY TELEGRAPH.] ? LONDON, ToesoaV; ' .. Prominent. Jewish tinanciefs in Lon don ntid Berlin aro bringing pressure to bear on the Russian Governnient to prevent any further in lissn ore of Jews. Tlie Czar lias ,beeii warned that u. repetition of the Jewish inafnaorcR would prove -li.snst.rous to Russia's finance. Orders hrtve been given for ?the suppression of Jew baiting.. Beteheff, the creator of the Macedon revolutionary organisation, has been Iv.illed in-a'skirmish Jit Banitzts' His death is likely to paralyse the move ment. : , ' Two hundred . thousand men in the : ci ty of Greater New Y ork a re . id le oiv.1 ing to strikes and look-outs. . . , ?In connection! with the. sale of Army blankets, the military authorities at Oapetown sold them at 2,|d.each.' Twenty thousand -were retained 'in ?South ' Afriori, and 18'-,000 w'erti' shipped to England. 'A tornado, in Nebraska1 destroyed tWo towns nnd killed 21 persons. The damage is estimated at £o00,0U0. : ...

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

TWEED RIVER RACES. .. ' Wednesday. ... v. ? Opening Handicap -Mastqr DajitonJ, B latum 2, Hindoo 3. ? i Hack Race — Alick 1, Fisherman 2. '? Prince of Wales Cup— Bashan 1, Com ] motion and Master Dantoti dead-hcat for ? ' second. Two-Year-Old Stakes— Tho Cardinal 1, Dill-Macky 2. ' Second Hack Rice— Alick 1, King '?t Arthur 2, Hope 3. . Farewell Handicap t- .Fisherman 1,. ; Guebung 2, Crusheen 3. v...;. That good liitle horse Fitzroy, while S running in the Stewards' Mile at .Moore field, on Saturday, badly smashed one .of his fetlocks. An effort is to lie made, to -i save tho life of the stout, little son of Russley for stud purposes, ^ind, lie h'as been placed in slings as a prelimimiry. ? \ The St. Blaize 'mare .Silver .Ray, .who Ins been a fair performer in the metro politan districts, is toiie fired and .turned ; :i ollt. . ? The St. Rlaizc -Latona nurQ.JXRlaizo scored an easy win for W. Noud in the : - Welter Handicap at Moorofield on Satur diy. C. Simpson, late full-back for ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Advertisements, : TO \LE f — A Good Maize' Padducki Vcrm . taming 20, aorej. For 'particulars apply W. I'KRKIN'S, Naugbton s Gap. . 9 ' T ? 1 ; c' TiiiN'DlijR') are invited for about Go Chains of'i.i'arb and I Plain Wiro Fencing, | about 5 mili*3 froiii Casino, to closo on SATURDAY, Gtli JUN'13. Full . particu lars may bo, obtained from aud Tenders addressedto. ' ' . J. B. M'DOUGALL, Casino, or T. CLARK, Lawrence Road. r£l K N D E ? R . S. TI'INDERS are invito (1 for ' Inside ' and ' Outside,' Painting, Repairs, Plastering, &e. (soparato tenders), to the Casino Hospital Plana and Specifications may .be had from A. W. Simpson, Esq., or frOm thu Areliitcct. Tenders to'bo forwarded to the Sec-rotary cm or before 15th - June. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ' FRED. J. HOARD; ' Architect, Lisnioro. rjr k' In d e r- s TiiNDERS are invited, to close on Sth JUNE next, for LliASH for term ? of -five years of 5S7 ACRES of woll-grassed and permanently-watered country 011...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The South Yarra Tragedy. TERRIBLE END OF THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

TJic South Yanra Tragcily. j TERUIBLB END OF THE MURDERER,. The man Stott, who murdered his wife and children on Monday week at South Ynrra terminated his life on Titursdav night in a tragic -manner. The engiue-driver and fireman of the 5.49 up-trnin to lleidelbnrsr noticed that ihey struck something near the I .entrance to the tunnel near :Joliment. They reported the matter and left- 011 ?the ? return journey frotiv,-:,'Prliices.s Bridge at 0.2(5/ Reaching Jolim.en.t Station, Guard Dempsey noticed some thing wrong with. his brake. He mado an examination nnd found the body of* a man held by his overcoat to the un der carriage of the van. It was re leased and found to correspond with Slot t's- description. His head was smashed in, liis foot almost- completely . severed, and his back ' was broken,., while lie bad a wound 011 his right temple apparently .caused by a bullet. Detectives Bear and Coonan subsequ ently went to the spot were the train had first struck something, -and found a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swine Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

SwiHc Fever. A meeting of the Queensland Stock 13oard was hold' on Wednesday after noon, at which ' it was decided to re commend. to-tbe Minister of : Agricul ture that 'the importation . of swine from all 'parts .of New South Wales, including . the„ Northern rivers, be prohibited. It is expected that Mr-. JDalrymple will placo this recommen dation before the Cabinet- at its next meeting. It appears that inquiries had been made: in New South Wales as to whether swine fever ever existed in other parts besides Sydney, which is at present under prohibitum pre venting swine from that district being admitted into .Queensland. The in quiries revealed that the feyer had ap peared as far north as the Bellinger River. These inquiries hiul been in stituted in response' to remonstrances from Queensland:Ut the action of New South Wales, in ^permitting fever stricken pigs, to enter this State without acquainting the Queensland authorities. The New South Wales authorities, in; reply, pleaded igno...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Courage in Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

'? Cvosss-jige -isi ISuUle. ?Tiierk can be little doubt (says ?' Chu.ins ')-bu-t.: that the- character- of ipbdeni warfare atid modern weapons ? de.velop thc': highest types of , personal ctiurage. Thelterri hie. des'trucfi.venc*.* of .the quick-firing, maxim .gang,- the ?long. and;. deadly , .range, of the newest rifle, and the devastation, of the tor pedo, all call forth a - moral courage which wns 'nniicciessiii;y-itr the days of fierce hand to hand 'conflicts.' The courage required to; cooly .work machine-guns amidst a hnrricanoi.of bullets, or. to dash across, an uncovered ? tract of country where every' inch is ploughed with shot, and the niathe inatical' possibilities? of escape are in liuitesimalj.is of a much' higher type thaii that requisite in a handtohand struggle with knife or spear, sword or lance.. J The first:; calls for moral cour- : age,. the second only animal courage. When the lust-of tight and the ; heat of battle make man's blood ruu riot he will struggle with ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Got Him at Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Got Blim at (Liist. I Ax incident, which is recorded in a telegram from Wngga, would seem to indicate ti at th.;\' tiger' which sonic people have imagined -lifts been prow ling about in many parts of Australia,, has been i cconnfbd;for at last. Though Mnrulan is a long way off from Wngga, file animal under ^notice limy, for des criptive purposes,.; be . called 'The Marulan Tige,L\'-,..Xiast- time it was seen it was rtuchV'rieitrer Wagga.than Mnrulan. On this -occasion it fright ened men aiid librses, climbed trees, sat 011 fences, and did some oilier ex traordinary 'things, which,! in tie opinion of many people, entitled it to rank with the supporters, of the 'Royal Arms, which ltaye been described as a collection of fabnlous animals. How ever, wc imagine its identity is now fully established.- A telegram from Wngga says that four boys shot an ex traordinary large dog fox, a mily out side the town. Tho animal measured four feet seven inches from its nose to the tip of its tail; : If...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dooley on Labour. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

v ' E-oolcy on {Labour. HiiN'Gi.n, Hinnissy, is about Hie same tl)in-r m a raypublic as in a drs polisni. 1 hey ve : not much choice iv unliappu'ces between a hungry slave an', a h ungiy freeman man. You can't; cook or . wear freedom. . Ye can't make freedom into a stew and ve can't cut. a pair iv pants out. iv if. It woii'f. ?bile, -fry, brake; or fricassee, Ye can't, take two pounds of fresh crcamery freedom, a pound iv north wind, a heaping tnycupful iv national aspira tions, an' a sprinkling, iv bars fr'in the naytional air, mix well; cook. over a hot fire, an' sarve sthraight from the sthove ; ye can't make a dish out iv that that would nourish a tired free man whin he comes -home after a hard 8 day's wurruk lookin' f'r a job. If .'tis fnn, to ,wuiTuk, wby do'soinc not wurrnk If .;'.tis. shpoort to run i an autymobiH,;why-:iiot run- a locymo tive ??: r. If ; dhrivin' a horse in a cart in a.; game, yfhy nofc -dhrive a delivery wagon . and carry- tilings around t Slinre, I s'pose...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

, BRISBANE MARKET PRICKS! : ' Foliowisu wore the wholesale prices in Biisbnuc oii.l''riilny :— ? ? ; JJjaizi) .: Pi'imi\di;y y.gl.U-w, 3s 9Ad: to 3 - 1 Id .?.«.? i. ?. per'onshel. ' ' ; '' ' ' ; ' ? : »:nr*p\Brnii,:fco £G lQ3;per ton v. pollard, £7 10s. ? - v Chaff : Oatenj prime,' £() 10s per ton.. : . ??? -Potatoes : Circular Head, 'El 2s per ton. ? Hams : Pineapple, lid to Is per lb. Bwan : Pineapple, Hitches and sides, lOd ; ? Mild Cure, 'flitches, 1 2d, and sides 14d per lb. ' ; . Butter :' Loeil, factory, to 14d per lb. Clitcsc : Local, '7Jd to Sd per lb. ... ? ? ? 1)\vt Cattlb. — At Homebush, ouThntsday ? last, there were upwards of 836 .head of cattle y irded, representing 29 consignors, ? mainly from the northern and north coast ?:' ? ? ' districts, the balance from the Bouth, with i odd lots from local sources. The yardings ... . ... . ?? mainly comprised medium and plain descrip : , tions,- with occasional .yards of prime and prime mil heavy bullocks ; about 260 cows ^,v ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

WHY ? When you do not roliali your food it is welt tp imjuirc the c;uho. You may be eat ing more than tlio stomach can digest, or perhaps your food is too rich ; many people oat too much meat, or your liowela may bo constipated. When the digestion is all right-, the bowels regular and not too much food taken thero is a natural craving and rcluh for tlio food. Wliou this is lacking ynu may know that you need a .los- iif Oliamlierl.iiii's Stomach and Liver Tablets, 'i'liey strengthen the digestive orguiM, ini provu tlu- appotite and regulate the tiowels. 'Just Wli.it You Need.' Piicu la till. Suld l-y A. C. Simpson, Casino. To Ck'K lliiADEits. — In consequence of the storm oti Sunday night telegraphic comtnunicaiion with Sydney was com pletely cut oil' all day yesterday. Wo were therefore compelled to g i to press without our usual wires, as latest infor mation from the telegraph office was to the ofl'.-ct that thero was no prospect then of communication being restored.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Advertisements-' - FOR SALE — A few . young Purebred . .BERKSHIRE PIGS. ' Tor further particulars apply nb onco to SAMUEL* BLANCH, Greonridgiv ? ? . JTjtrVE POUNDS REWARD LOST, from Mullumhimby ono Bay Horse, branded EP and AS .on near slionl . . , 2 dor, also one Skew Ball with scald on hind le^. The above reward will be paid on delivery to J. RYAN & Co., . Mulhunbimhy.' QNE P O U N:D R E W~A R D. Strayed from tho Lawrence. Rond, near the 11- mile, ono Grey Draught Mure,' branded WS over K near shoulder, shod all round, collar nmrlted. Above reward will bo paid on delivery to ? A. R. DUNCAN, '? : - ? Deep Creek, Tatham. /COLONIAL SUGAR. REFINING , CuaiPaNY, Liinftod. I'ho Men raiuircd at tho Company's Mills on the Clnronee, Richmond, and 'Tweed Rivers will he J3ngagnd, respectively, at Himvood, on- tlio 1 7th July ; at Broad water, ou tho 17 th July: and at Condong, on tho 30th June. Those who have.iu formoryeare been em ployed by the Company should inform the Manager* of t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

jQENTISTRY 1 ^^^DENTISTHY Mr. B. IflRLEY WADE, apasMTisT, : : LATE OF SYDNEY,.: Bogs to inform the residents of Casino 'and district that he continues the. practico.of! his Profession at his old address, Barker Street, Casino, Noxt door to Crouch's Trade Palace, , where | ho may bo consulted daily. Extractions rendered absolutely painless by tho aid of Nitroua-Oxido Gas, Chloro form, or by the most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, aud Comeut, inserted with tho greatest, skill and care, and when required tho nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted onGald, Vulcanite': and Platinum. Old and, broken Platen mended or re-modelled, and made to fiV the mouth better than ever. Also, tlio most modern style of Gold, Porce lain! Crown ' and Bridge Work, ? and Pivoting of Tooth on Natural Roots. Teeth Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to the . Regulation of Children's Teeth. . Patients may roly on receiving every: attention, combine...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Clarence Harbour Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

.-.©IsM'CJieu Bla't'houiv -Works. : '?''?'In the course of an article 'under the above heading, last-; Tuesday's ' Examiner' , says:—' We fear * that, the. work tit the 'GIarcnce River en trance is to be abandoned at. a point which will leave the harborir little or 110 better than it .was original ly, and this,' too, after, a very, considerable ex penditure. Closely watching the evi dence taken by the Public Works Committee at Grafton a week or so ago, it seemed to be patent enough, from the nature of tho crossexamina tion of witnesses, that the Committee had partly dccided that an extension of the work at the Clarence entrance should not be sanctioned. We say that it appeared so; that is the im pression we formed after closely watching the, proceedings of the Com mittee which collected evidence upon the proposed Maitlnnd-Sinith Grafton railway. Tho Committee, or members of Committee, so closely connected the harbour works with the. railway proposal as to make it appear almost, a ce...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Worse Than a Bullet. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Worse a lSullct. A Civil, word is the cheapest thing in the world. The story has been told of a young lady who abruptly turned a corner and very rudely ran against a boy who was rugged, small, and freckled. Stoppiuir as soon as she could, she turned lo him and said : ' I beg your pardon ; indeed I am sorry.' The small ragged and freckled- boy ' looked up in blank amazement for an instant, the.n taking off about three fmrlhs of a cap, bowed very low, smiled until his lace was beaming, and answered : ' Yous^in hcv my parding, aud welcome, miss;, and yer may run agin me and knock me clean down and 1 won't say a word.' After the young lady passed on, he turned to a conirado and said half-apologetieally : 'I never had any one ask my parding, uu' it kind o' took me olf my feet.'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Local and General News. Dancing Class. — For the information of those young people desirous of learn-' ing dancing, we may state that Miss Cosgriff will resume her dancing class on Friday night in the Oddfellows' Hall.' The small fee of 12s Gd per quarter should be an inducement to many to join this class. . To Shippers. — Those interested in the movements of our ocean-going boats are advised that the s.s. Tomki leaves Sydney at 2 p.m. to-morrow, tho St.' George at 2 p. in to-day. The s.s. liamornie is to leave Lismore for Sydney at 9 a.m. to-morrow. Passengers from Casino who intend going by that boat should be in Coraki nob later thin 10 a.m. Postponed- — It will be noticed in this issue that the sports in connection with Cas'ino Band and Bicycle Club, which were to have been hold to-morrow, have been postponed. This ; determination lias been arrived at in consequence of the heavy rainfall, which has rendered the track totally unfit for bicycle racing. It is, at. present, impossib...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Federal Electorates. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

'?'Tho St'ciJeral Klectorates. j A..KE-AUJhV:;0EMRST of Federal ehc torates is being prepared for sub mission to Parlinnv.-nf, and a map of the proposed new boundaries has ap peared in the Sydney press. Our Tenterfield contemporary says this is a glaring injvtshce to Teutertield, aud (he Richmond River, -these two being dissociated and Tenterfield joined on ; to -southern New England, while the Richmond is actually bracketed with 'Grafton. For monumental ignorance of 'local, conditions' and interests, or for disgraceful disregard of them, commend us to this liappy-go-lucky hash-up. . of present arrangements. Should the proposed piece of retrograde and disheartening nonsense, a true example of what country interests have to end are from centralised bureaucracy, be, brought into actual law it will be really a farce to pretend that- our people any longer govern themselves. The agitation on the Richmond and in Ten terfield wliieh led to the present adjust ment. of northern boundaries wi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Serious Coach Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

ScriiHgs Vosicli AcciiSciit. A serious accident happened to a special coach of Mr. M'lntosh's coming from Casino to Lisinoro on Thursday night. The coach, which contained six passengers juid the driver, left Casino about 3 o'clock. All wont well until descending Tunstall Gap, about fivo miles from Listniro, wheii the break re fused to act, a'jid the vehicle coming on to the' four hbrsos, the latter were soon travelling at' :ia terrific ' pace When nearly at the bottoih of tho hill, one of the horses foil, and tho coach turned several , cotpplete.- somorsaults, passon gorsj and luggage boirig much mixed. Several of the passengers wero pinned under the overturned vehicle, and had a narrow oscapo;.T Tho accident happened at about 5 3J,p'.in., and ono of tho pas songers was despatched to tho Winsomo Hotel for aid.', Mr. Harloy and several others procoo'ded to the seono and ren dered help, and also placed1 his vehicle at the disposal of sufl'erors. Dr. Smith Hozior, who was passing on ro...

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