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The Tale of a Stamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

The Talc of. a/ Slant p.'',*.; ?'» I'm a stamp— a postage stampr— a ) twopenny stamp. I don't want to j brag, bat I was never licked except j oncej by a gentleman too;, he put We 011a good tiling; it was an envelope— perfumed, pink, square. I've been stuck 011 that envelope ever since. .He 1 dropped us — tho envelope and me — through a slot in a dark box: but. we were rescued by a clerk, uiore's tlio pity ; he hit .me an awful smack with a hammer; it left my faco black' and blue ; then I went 011 a long journey. When we arrived — the pink envelope and me — v.v were presented to a beauti ful love of a girl, with tho stunningest pair 't blue ey en. Say, she's nd renin ! Well, s!i.) mutilated the envelope and tore one corner of me oil: with a' hair pin.: ? -Then 'she read what was iu the pink envelope. I never saw a girl blush so beautifully ! I would be stuck on 1 her if I could. Well, she placed the ! writing back in the pink envelope ; : then she kissed me. Oh ! you little angel ! H...

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

aeuTBi ':&XB- i»orva\ : ' Our Navy' to-night. | Bishop Doyle is back again to Lis- j moro. 1 ' ] The receipts, together with the-public subscription?, -.just cover tho expenditure 1 of the Vice-Regiil visit to Lismore. I Movement started to present a sub- | siariuii testimonial to ivir. a. j.. uoen- : rano, C. P S., before ho leaves Lismore. i At HoinoUush, oti Thursday last, 105 bullocks belonging to Mr. C. A Bruxnor, of Sandilands, avvrnged £8 Is 4d a head. Tlii! mill- building and . plant an 1 a quantity of timber at Taylor's Sawmills, Maryborough (Q.), havo been destroyed by lirt*. Tho report of tho Federal capital Board, Sir Edmund Barton stated, would bo ready about the middle of Juno. Mr. Tom Mann is .making, us.e of -his. opportunities as a labour agitator in ' Melbourne to boom : himself for tho' Senato. The dredge Alcides foundered at tho' T wood River oti Wednesday night The crew were saved, but Install their effects. A public meeting at Byron Bay on Wednosday adv...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Works Committee. MURWILLUMBAH-TWEED HEADS RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

2'iiblic Woi'lts Committee. . I MURWJLLUM UAH-TWfi K D . HEADS RAILWAY. An inquiry into the expediency of constructing a line of railway from Miirwiliumbnli to the Tweed Heads was opened by tlic Public Works Com mittee on Thursday, Mr. J. MTarlane, M.L.A.. Dresidiiicr. . 'Mr.' H. Deane (Railway Eiigitieer Chief) read a report dealing with the proposed line. The length was 14 miles 31 chain's, mid the estimated cost £207,41'2, exclusive of land and com pensation. This was at liie rate of £14,450 per mile. It. would join the existing Lismore-Murwillntnbah line, at 143 miles from Grafton, and - pro ceed north-easterly on the eastern side of both the Tweed River and the main road of Tumbulgtnu. After passing that, township it would ' cross the Tweed River and bear north - by east to the south-eastern bank of Duiirpbie Greek, which it would follow down to Terranora, Broadwater. The line would f lien proceed north-easterly about two miles west of Ghinderah and oti wards to the crossing of...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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He Had a Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

He Had a f-oa»]i]aitit ? A story of how the slinre system works out comes from a western dis trict. Patrick while working ns a tenant could' not rrinke enough out of the place to pay (lie reiif. The owner of the nronrrf.r sniil.' Pniru'L- von are a, good man, and you have a hard working family, bnt you're no busi ness-man. Now, I don't want to lost) you, nnd if you, like, we'll go shares, and I'll transact- the buying nnd selling for both of us.' 'Right,' said Pat rick. The farm is a small one, and tlie industry is dairying. At the end of the first year of the new arrauge- ' ment Patrick for his share (a third) cleared £6 per week throughout tho wliole year, besides earning £12 q week for owner from land that ho formerly could not make a living out. A friend said to liim, ' Patrick, they tell me these returns are not. true; are they, or aro they not P' 'They aro, be gob, every pinny.' 'Well, they also say the owner of yonr farm is getting an advantage over you, and does ? not treat ...

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

(WHO ft 83 66 A IV IE 'VS. Funds to establish free schools are to be collected by tho synod of tho Trans vaal Dutch Reform Church. The Gov ernment is urged to abolish polygamy among tho natives. A block of land at Wost Maitland, with a frontago of 21 feet to High-street, extending to tho river embankment, It is reported afc Rome that iving Victor Emmanuel HI. will visit President. Lou b .stiit Paris on July 3, and King Edward at L n:l- n on July 1. Cavanokoii's Livkr Tonic never fails to g give relief in all liver and kidney complaints. For sale at all tt 'res.* , Over 40 persons wore summoned afc Grafton for permitting stock to -stray on the streets of tho borough. ' The wholo of the cases wore dismissed, the magis trate holding that the inspector of nuis eneo'. could- not initiate legal proceedings unless by express direction of the Council in cacli case. Tn the absence of Sir Harry Rawson at Norfolk Island the (Tnties of State Governor will bo discharged by tho Acting Chief Justi...

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

mHE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI T GATION COMPANY, Limited E X P K E S S Passenger and Cargo Service fJllIE fast and powerful i- scro.v Steamships RAMORNIE, TOMKI, and. ST. &EO&&E Are now running a Tri-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY, I'HUKS DAV and SATURDAY, and leaving CORAKI «»n MONDAY, TUESDAY, and FRIDAY ahout 12 o'clock The fine steamer It A MORIS IE now making regular weekly trips has a refri eerating chamber equal to 60 tens capacity, is lighted throughout wit}, electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, and all morJerii improvements. The ? ' «-.\I5HiAKE5 . Will make Weekly Trips t«. the Richmond River, calling at Newcastle coming N-rlli. Into id iny Passengers can engage Berths on Toinki, St. George, or Rany.rnie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Car«o be directed to the Local Manner, at CJoraki, who will immediately in vest...

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

SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Kollowino are tile wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney : — Wheat: South Australian, choicc milling. 5.3 7d f.o.b. Port Adelaide ; Californiau, III Sydney, 5s Id to 5 ; '2-A ; , Manila').* , on spot in Sydn.-y, o* 7 il ; t«j arrive, 5s 4d; Argen tine, in Sydney, 5s ; to arrive, 3s lid e.i.f. rund.e ? . - . ? ?- . J?loar : Sydney roller, £12 to. £12 10s per ? foil ; Manitoba, £12 j.i to £12 Ids ; Culifor ,. .iniui, in Sydney, til 10s ; South Australian, . £11.173 6)1 to £12 in Adelaide. Muz.;: Prime dry yellow, from nortlu-rn - ... rivcij, js 9.1 ; best white, 34.7(1' -to 3s 8d per bushel. ? Bran, to Is Id per bushel. - Pollard, Is 2d to Is 3d per bushel. Chick wheat' : Local, to 53 per bushel. Bai ley : Prime feed, to 4s Id per bushel. O.itS; i'asmaniiu), feed', 'to 2s 8d; prime, .ft -2a 9d to-. 2s lOd ; New Zealand, prime, 2s ?' K Wd ; ?good, to 2s' 9d % inferior and dark, fiiMi 2s 7d ; choice seed. 3s Gd per bushel. ?Oaten Hay : Local, prima rack, £7...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

COMMERCIAL jNEWS. j ... LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. *' Jl. B. Hxpret* Office, Monday. t OLLOWi.va aro tho quotation* fur farm ami ila.ry produco.'rulin^ in 0'iwino to-day ; — W lIDI.KHAIiK. ItKT.MI,. . ... £ 8 o' £80 ? ' MaiziS, per bushel ..04 0 0 4 !) Chaff, pormrt.. .. 0 8 (1 0 0 0 ? ? May, oatou, par owl.. 0 7 G 0 8 0 Oats,' per bujliol .. 0 a 0 0 4 0 Ejfjjs, por doswi . . 0 1 5 0 18 Uutter, local factory.. 0 1 l\ 0 13 Butter, dairy... ... 0 0-11 ' Oil' ? « ? ? ? ?

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

-Rciliiclion onicmberg. In the course of a brilliant address at Brewarrina, Mr. B. Wise spoke of the opposition which the Government was encountering, and said theTe was now a liberal and Reform party whose chief obiict seemed to be to prevent the country getting as much repre sentation in Parliament as it had now. They said the number of members of Parliament must be 'reduced on a basis of population. Did people in the country know what that, meant ? It meant ? that the metropolitan area, would have move, and the country parts less representation. The Go vernment had introduced a bill for the reduction of members of Parliament; and that bill would be proceeded with. There would be no reduction that would have the effect of prejudicing the country vote. (Hear, hear.) The Sydney vote was well represented by the newspapers. (Laughter.) He was not an enemy of newspapers. He re membered the time when he was grate ful to newspapers, when had no work at the Bar and had to write for the pa...

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

Tub Pkoulbm of Pukskkvink Chil diibn's Teeth. -It iR not too much to say that 30 por cent of all teeth of cliil dron aro diseased, and that without treatinont at tho hands of a competent dentist, must inevitably go from bad to worso. It will not bo denied that scru pulous care is nocossary, not only to save tho toeth, but to insure good gen eral health. Acting on tho wishes of several patients, and for the accomplish ment of preserving those' valuable organs, i Mr. G. M. Wade, Dental Surgeon, has now set apart a day monthly, when, for ' a small fuo paid quarterly, all the advantages of dental attention may be obtained throughout tlid year. All in: formation altbrded by lettor, or ut sur garynext I jx: lVa I )P.il a oa.*

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The Heroic American Sisterhoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Tiiti Bioroic Aiaiericmi ? In an article on American Roman Catholic Sisterhoods, a writer in 'Mnnsey's Magazine' says: — Apart from sentimental aud religious grounds it is worth while to examine the econ omic conditions which havo a large share in the development of these sisterhoods. While Catholic theo-, logians teach the reasonableness and beauty of riie convent life, and (he Church authorities take means to ren der it practicable for its devotees, cer tain social conditions also demand the work of the sisterhoods.. If this were not so, while they would still flourish, their membership would hardly reach the thousands. Tho unit ot adminis tration in the Catholic Church is the diocese, and the Bishop is adminis trator. He most look after the poor and afflicted, the orphans, the ignor ant, tlie neglected j and in his work he must have assistants who will de

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

Iiiilioi't.-ictt to B(airyuivii' To obtain a good dairy herd it is neces sary to both select and breed. It is a 'lent mistake to sell- the heifer calve3 from good cows, as fat mers now gener ally do. If the people that are in the lunmm ,-r ...f, .rrvirl cnl-L. ih Iu Knur necessary for theni to raise their own animals. Tho practice of going out and buying »oud cows, keeping thom for a short time under heavy feed and then sending theiu to the butchers, has been going on so long that it is now extremely dillicult to go out and purchase first-class cows. In breeding up it is nucossary to select till a number of 'got id cows are obtained. These cows must be not only good milkers, but hardy' in constitution. Thoy should be bred to the best sires obtainable. The sire must be carefully chosen, and with diie regard to the milk ing qualities of his dams and grand dams on Iwtli sides. Dirty methods in dairying cannot be hidden The cloudy inilk'. in the bottom of the can tells tho story. It is ...

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

A Curious --iisto:ii. The inhabitants of Comera Island, one of the Canaries, converse wi.th each other by whistling. A German officer, who has spent some time on the Is land, describes this whistling language as ronows: — i r. consists or t nc ordinary speech of the natives, expressed by articulate whistling. Each syllable has its own appropriate tone. The whistler uses both lingers and lips, and it asserted that a conversation can be kept up at a distance of a mile. Whistling is said to be confined to Gomera Island, aud to be unknown on the other islands of the group. The adoption of this mode of conversation is due to the geological formation of the island, which is intersected by gullies and ravines. As there are no bridges across these ravines, inter course is rather dillicult. A. man liv ing within a stone's throw of auotlier may have to go many miles round to make a call upon his neighbour, and the incouveniei.ee of intercourso led the people to cultivate whistling as a usual ...

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Political Visit to the North-West. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Political Visit to llic North West. ' Tue Premier, Sir 'J. See, aud the Attorney-General, Mr. B. R. Wise, ac companied by several members of Par liament, left Sydney last week for a tour of the north-western district. The tour ' is mainly confined to the Barwon electorate, represented by Mr. Willis. The tourists ? leached Bre warina oil Monday night, and were cordially welcomed. In the evening there was ' a public meeting. The Premier was tired after his 22 hours' railway journey, but mustered up e'nongh strength to offer his now well known defence of the Government and have a tilt at the press. It. was a little tilt this time— almost an apology, or rather an attempt to justify his several furioiis attacks. Why, he asked, should not he be allowed to criticise the press when the press criti cised him ev'jry morning? No one of fering any reason why lie should not he put the question onco more, and then said that after all it did not matter very much. That sentiment bis audience applau...

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

? ? 'i'iutenbac. One of the prottiest weddings (says tho ' Beacon's' correspondent) we have seeu in Tintenbar was celebrated in Christ's Church on Wednosday, the, 20th instant, when Mr. John Lowe, second son of Mr. James Lowe, of Baliina, was united to Miss Nellio Skennar, third daughter of Mr. .George Siconnar. The bride wore a boiutiful white silk dross, with wreath and veil, and looked indeed - charming. The bridosmaids, Misses Maud and May Skemnr (sisters of the bride) woro croain cashmere nicoly trimmed. Mr. Alox Lowe was best mini, and the R3v. Upjohn was tho officiating minister. Aftor tho wedding breakfast, which was partaken of afc the residence of tho bride's parents, tho happy couple left .for Lismore and' Casino to spend their honeymoon, taking' with them tho wishes of all who know them, for joy, happiness, and prosperity. Mr. R. Gray has undertaken to build . a , stone house on his new place. Mr. P. Bow, the contractor, is confidant that it will bp a success, and of cou...

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

[?] Previous to the opening of the Baliina water works at Marshall's Falls (says tlio ''Beacon''),/ the Baliina Creamery ob tained its water from underground— tho underground -supply which used to b3 freely quoted as pure drinking water and quite, lit for domestic purposes. The experience of the creamery has gone to show. that Such is not the case. While the underground wiiter!'\fiis b'eing used the boiler and pipes were being coiitinu- ' ?ally choked up, but now the Alstonvillo ivater-has been laid on the trouble has disappeared ontiroly. We were shown a block of solidifiod sodiment (like a piece of stone) loft by tlio underground wator, aiid anyono who has hold the opinion that this w'ater is fit for drinking pur poses should pay a visit- to tho creamery and see for himself what it contains. . On Tuesday afternoon Mr. Tim Hol lingworth, eldest sou of Mr. Barrett Hollingworth, a few miles from Wardell met with ? a very p. linful accident. He was cutting wood when the axe got caught...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Sporting Intelligence. A.J.C. RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Sporting Intelligence.1- . I A.J.C. RACES. Satuuday. Hurdle Race.— Bizet l; Merry .J^at 5S, '^Novice Handicap ?-Highflyer 1, Lord Cardigan 2, Batindi 3. ; Stceplec-'isc. -Signet 1, Monarch 2. : May Stakes.- Australia; I; Speculum . IT. 2, Lanoline 3. . ' .... JSUesiuere Stakes. — HiwtStar 1, -Circe ? 2, Fireclay 3. ' '' ' ' ? Byron Bay mods to-morriiw. It is assorted that ivb the. Tweed races the rider of one horse caught hold of tho bridle, of another horse, and prevented him from winning. A protest was en tered, hut the committee were satisfied to simply caution the two jockeys. ^ Through their wins .it the Tweed Alick has earned 141bs penalty, and Bashan and Master Danton 71bs each in tiie handicaps at IJyron Bay. In this issue appears the programme of the North Lismore Picnic Race Club's second mooting, which is fixed for tho 8th Juno. There are five events to be run, with prize money totalling £43, the principal races being tho Opening Han dicap of f 10 and the Club Handicap of...

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

(Joraki. The ' Herald ' says that two fresh cases of typhoid woro -reported since last issue— Mrs. H. Johnsoti and Mr. A. Stanford — making the third case in the ?Stanford family. All the other patients whoso illness we have previously named are doing as well as can be expoetod. The efforts of tho local council to im prove tho sanitary condition of tho town have boon loyally supported by house holders, and these very necessary pre cautions have done much to minimise the spread of the disease. While scrubbing, Miss Emma Stan ford had tho misfortune to run a neodle into tho palm of her . hand, right out of sight. An unsuccessful effort was made to extract it by Dr. M'Donogh 011 Satur day, and on Tuesday morning tho patijnt was put under chloroform by Dr. M'Donogh and Dr. Walton, and the noodlo was oxtractod. Tlio injury wns a very painful one. — ' Horald.' On Monday last week the heaviest frost of the season was experienced In parts of tho district vegetation has been burnt up (says t...

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

Wfceli --r '13»» WakSaaml. The news which reached Casino on Friday last that tho s.s. Oakland had been wrecked was recoived with very great sorrow. Different accounts reached us as to the number -drowned, one ver sion being that all hands wore lost. The following are the particulars we havo been able to gather The Oakland foundered off Cabbage Tree Island, when trying to enter Port Stephens, at four o'clock on Wed nesday morning, coal-laden, having lefs Newcastle 011 Thursday night, ^bound north. A terrific sea was '-running at the time, but the crew took to tho boats. Tho captain and onuinoer died in tho boat from exposure, but the steamer Bellinger picked up the remainder of the crew and a passenger clinging to the boat. Following is a list of tho drowned.: — Captain Slater ; first-mate, C. Lindgron : first engineer, A. Fischer: second en gineer, R. Steel.; cook| H. R. Bradbury ; stewards, ii boy, and A. Cargill ; threo ^firemeti and two able soamon. ' Following, are the names of ...

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

Casino Blospitnl- I The usual monthly meeting of ' tlio Committee of tho Casino Hospital was held iu tho Town Hall 011 Friday oven-, ing last, when tho following wore pres ont: — Messrs. W. G'. Simpson (chair), L. E. Cone. F. B. Tvrroll, A. C. Simpson, J. T. Juuor, F. Carinout, and F Stitz. Tho minutes of last meeting wero read and ' confirmed 011 tho motion of Mr. Simpson^ seconded by Mr. Tyrrell. - correspondence. Tho correspondence was road, re coived, and ordered to be dealt with on tlio motion of Mr. A C. Simpson, second ed by. Mr. Tyrrell, and was as follows :— From P. Aitkin, advising the ship ment of blankets. . From Matron Sheill, thanking for and accepting tho position of Matron, and asking for a few days before taking charge. From tho Wa'rds'man, compjaitiitig about the-food. From tho Secrotary Nyngan Hospital, suggesting the lowering of the avorago number of beds in hospitals, so as to make it easier for probationers in coun try hospitals to qualify for nurses. From flla...

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