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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

* ' Dentistry in all its Branolies- | * Your TEETH, the first Organs of Digestion, don't S * neglect them. They are health to you, and rest en- ^ * cold winter nights. : | * Don't procrastinate when you can have them | * carefully attended to at MORTIMER'S, at ? * Reasonable Prices. . $ * Extractions Painlessly by the i aid, of .N.itrous Oxide | ^ Gas., Local Anaesthetics^ Chloroform, .&c,, ? % when.required. ' 5 * Artificial Plates, Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fillings. t CASINO ' PHARMACY. $ G. 'j. MORTIMER, I Chemist and Dentist,- | - . BARKER STREET, | ? Prescriptions Garefully Compounded. ? ; | Dental Work lias my- Careful Attention. | ' #. # Orders Promptly Attended To. * * $ Drugs, Medicines, doc. # ? ? ?-??''???? ? ? ? ? ? * ? ? ? 4f- For Drugs, Patent Medicines, Babies' . Foodsr ^ Feeding Bottles, Perfumery, Brushware, Toilet # . ; Soaps, Tooth Powder, Tooth Paste, Tooth # Brushes, Sponges # * A Nice Lot of PIVER'S Beautiful Perfumes, * just arrived ? ~ . * -&-.A...

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

,. ^ ? ISyrmt B6ay. . The .Lismore ' Star's' correspondent, writing on tho 29th May, says :— The Pier Hotel, of this town, has changed hands, Mr. D. Quain, lato of Coraki, being the purchaser. He took possossion last Saturday. . rue sanct pump ctrotlge Antleon is at present in the Bay taking up tho chains and replacing the mooriug buoys. Some repairs are being effected to the jetty donkey engine. The s.s. Cavanba landed a small batch of young cattle 011 her last trip. A rifle match between sides chosen by Messrs M'Loan and M'Farlane took plauo on tho local rauge last Saturday, and re sulted in a victory for Mr. M'Farlano's team. A public moating was hold on Wednos day. night at which a good number of tho representative residents of Byron Bny attended, when motions were adopted favouring tlio railway extension from Casino to Tmitcrfield as against tho pro posed North Coast. line. Mr. E. Boylo, J.P„'was in tho chair. ? ? A* ? ? - ; -

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

fpHANKS — I wish to tender my sinccro ?X THANKS to Dr.' Rutherford, Matron Sly and Nurses of Casino Hospital, and other kind friends, especially Mr. and Mrs, M'Pheo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cripps, and Mrs. Mackncy for their kindness to mo in my lato sad bereavement. E. FLAN. AGAN,. Myrtle Creek.

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

News of tfce District, ;' ? ' ? ?» ? ' 9-ism t»rc. . A very pretty woddingwas celebrated at South Lisinoro on Wodncsday hist (says Saturday's 'Star'), the contract, ing parties being Mr. Harry Virtue (of Federal) and Miss Nellio Gardner (of Twickenham, South Lismore, the reai donee of tho bride's parents) ,Tho iley. d., lioaie ofliciated. At tho con clusion of tho ceromony a sumptuous breakfast was partaken of by tlioso present, after which tho health of tlio brido and bridegroom was proposed by Mr. Boale, -seconded by Mr. Jas. Rich, ardson, and responded to by Mr. Virtue. ?Other toasts suitable to the occasion wero duly honoured, and tho happy couple then startod 011 their honeymoon trip, carrying with theni the good wishes of a largo circle of friouds. The, picnic in aid of tlio building fund of' St. , Mark's Church of England at Eltharri, held on Wednesday last, wns a great'' success. An admirable spot was selected in Mr. Walmsloy's paddock, and the day being very favourable, tho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Romantic Sequel to an Ocean Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 2 June 1903

Itomaiitic Se-iHe! (o iiii Occiin Voj age. Tire: romantic marriage of Sir W. Gordon Macgregor, the 'Pauper Baronet,' is lo be followed by another idyll, . of lngl- life (says ' St. James's Gazette' of April 21). The footman in the service of the Dow norer-Dnchess of Somerset is shortly to -lead to the altar Lady Susanna Mont low, the daughter of a 'Belgian Duchess. Curiously enough-it is only since the engagement wns settled last December that, the fortunate young man became a footman. The ' Leeds Mercury' tells the story. The prospective bridegroom, Mr. Charles Ernest Bruce, told the whole ? story»to a newspaper representative Qii ' April 20. Mr. Bruce, who hails from -Beckenliam, - was originally, undeivpuvser on the P. and 0. boat. Britanmn, nnd it was on his fourth voyage to Australia that the meeting Avi th -Lady Montlow took place. She, accompanied by n footman and a maid, ~ 'was going out. to Sydney. At the end of.' the vovnge her ladyship ex pressed- a wish that she and the ...

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

:: w-- ? THE HOUSE THAT ' MAY' : BUILT', ' 11 r:. . T 0 B E ?; ? ' ? ? r J': ? mob e b u il t. ? J : — — ? ' ? ?' ~ ? ' ?? ? ; - ? - . - . .--???? nj ' J- ? ? ' ]' -j '/ ,v ?- 1 ' 1 ' . ? FROM ' iur' LITTLE .. . ACORNS ' TALL ^ 'T; ? OAKS. GROW,. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited to close on SATURDAY NEXT, 6th JUNE, at noon, for ADDITIONS to the Building known as LINCOLN HOUSE, occupied by the men with the Big' ts Advertisement and the Small Profits — H. B. MAY & Co. (/ Plan and Specifications can be seen at the Office of PARKER & KISSANE, Solicitors* to whom Tenders are to be addressed. - - - - ~ , Tv7 ' WE ^ ' RANSACK ALL I MARKETS ' ? FOR ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF GOODS J . / ?''( cr ; ? : ? - Oj ;?F' ' FOR ALL PURCHASES - ' -''a ^ ' ; .? ? .- ?. ? . ? . . t ? ? ? : - 'v., ? - J ,i ? ? ?? v; - S ' j.„' ' . .. . ' LOOK'- FOR -THE B IG. ADVERTISEMENT 5 AND ''-YOU WILL BE SURE TO -FIND THE SMALL PROFITS. ' . - * ' * ; * * ~ A; '/ ' ' ' ' - v

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

Ilctircmciit of ESafofoi IftaVls. After being for - '11 years Chief ! Rabbi of the Sydney Great Synagogue, ! the Rev. A. B. Davis has resigned his position, owing to ill-health. Born in 1828, he was at 20 3'cnrs of age head master of tho Jewish Free School in Greek-street, Soho, London. Four years afterwards he was appointed minister of the Liverpool Hebrew con gregation, and in the early fifties lie received a similar appointment at Kingston, Jamaica, where lie remained for seven years. His next charge was to Sydney, and he landed here in 18(32. His active connection with the Jewish religion has thus extended over ,50 years, and during that period his name has been associated with usefulness and continued efforts towards the ad vancement of all that came within his influence. An eloquent preacher, he has^also many personal qualities which endeared him to his congregation, of which he has enjoyed the fullest con fidence and esteem. The Jewish cliaTi table societies, the Hebrew schoo...

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

^ €lininpioii CJIicese Msilccr. Mk. A.J- Godfhey, of Mr. li. L. ? Tooth's Niagara factory (the largest factory on the Kanieruka Estate), was the maker of the cheddar cheese which took tho first prize at the last two exhibitions of the Royal Agricul tural Society in Sydney. 1 his, against the keen competition of the principle factories of the State and the crack factories of Victoria, speaks volumns as to his ability as a manipulator. Iu order to maintain this position, and find out if. there aro any other worlds to be conquered, Mr. Tooth has ar- | ranged for iii„in to. go to. LnglauJ for further study of tho industry.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Bungawalbyn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

liaugawalb})!. ... -(from our CORRESPONDENT. 1 ./s.June 1. — A very pleasant function took place at Fern Lea, the residence . of Mr.. Charles. Yiibsloy, on Friday evon -?'ing.'v' Iirtkatioiis wer'e issue'd to friends and relatives to celebrate the 2lst birth ,day ' of 1 Miss Marion Yubsley, eldest ?daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yabsloy. There. were fully 60 ladies and gentle men present.! Tho guests arrived about 7-, p.m.,1 apd ? wese sho'vn into a largo marquee, erected on the lawn iu front of the house, whore dinner was served. ?The evoning, although rather cold, was au ideal one, and by the appearance of decorations one would he led to believe spring time was at'hand again. A largo structure it was, but not too large to make artistic. Flowers and creeping vines were interspersed amidst a pro fusion of overhanging greenery. The hand of the artist had been busy, for at one end of tho building 'Many happy returns os the day' had been prettily worked with everlasting flowers, and shone ou...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Tatham. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

'JTlttilitBll. (from our correspondent. ) June 2.—' The annual bachelors' ball was - us great a success ? as those of the past, many ot the ladies who appeared in evening' dress looking pretty and smart. It is to be hoped debutantecs in the future, and those who have hon oured the ball , room in the past, will all appear in evening dress. There is no i/iiinj; o' (iiuluj no a. „vuiiiij; miiy in even ing attire ; and the introduction of flowers, together with becoming hall do corations, adds a brightness and ivin someness whioh . helps the saddest bachelor to think of a stop he might take. - Dancing commenced at 8. 30, ami was kept up till midnight, when all adjourned for supper to Mr. Marsh'n long dining-room, the table being beauti fully and tastefully decorated. At 1 o'clock dancing was again resumed, nnd kept going till tho oarly hours of the morning.. The committee aro to he con gratulated on their success. Mr. Hodge as usual made an ideal M.C.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the District. Wyandah. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

News of; the District, WyaiuEah. ' (from our correspondent.) Junk 2. — Tho local cricketers wound up the season on Friday hint, 20th May, by playing a match between members of tho club- married v. single, the result being an ensy win for tho latter, the lads being in great form. At. night the animal ball was held at Mr. H. Clarke's resid ence, wlion upwards' of 30 couples kept timo to the music. The danco room whs noatly and tastefully-decorated, and tlio surroundings all that could bo desired, Messrs. L. Ellein and sons, as usual supplied excellent music, nnd soncswon! contributed by Messrs. W. Booth, Ellom Townsend, and Miss Ellom, whilo Mr' G Loll buck gave a recitation. Other gentlemen, whoso names I did not catch also favoured the company with - vocal' numbers. Mr. W. Lollback was a good M.C , and it is needless to say that tho spread, under the superintendence of Mrs. H. Clarke, .with ablo assistants was first-clasS, being equal to anything of the kind I have seen out this way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

What is a CuiikIi? A spasmodic effort to expel tlio mucin from the bronchial tubus. A cold cauaia ij more abundant . secretion of iimeiis,. ami when the lungs aud bronchial tubes iirc -inflamed, tliey are extremely sensitive to tlie irritation. Unless care is taken, tlie w'1 may result in pneumonia, wliiuli is swl' und deadly. If t|ie cold is a lingering 011°i the more leisurely but ei|iiully fatal con sumption may set iu. Do not neglect a cold or cough. Take Chamberlain's Coup' Reiuody. It always cures and elites (iiin'K ly. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it. 'Ono hundred and twenty thousand^ I, ho Wnr Oflieo blankots sold at Oai'0* town wote shipped to Hamburg.

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 — 5 June 1903

Cuamukulai.n's Couou Remf.dy loosens tho (lough, relievos thu lungs and opens the secretions. .It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result iu pii-.'uuiouia. It is un equalled for bud colds. It always cures and cure* quickly. A. C. Sinlpsoii, Cusiuo, sells it.

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 — 5 June 1903

Wallace &. Co., BON-AGCORD HOUSE. : CASINO. : The Place 'For the - - People - - Note the List of Special Values. it Will Repay Perusal. ? t BLANKETS !? BLANKETS ! ! 9/4 Single Bed Sizo White Blankets, 7s. lid pair 10/4 Three-quarter Bed Sizo Blankets, 10s Cd pair 11/4 Double Bed Sizo Blankets, 12s 6d pair 12/4 Double Bed Sizo Blankets, 16s Gil pair 60 x 80 Bush Rugs for Bush Life, 3s 6d eacli 60 x 80 Coloured Cotton Rugs, 2s 9d each 60 x 80 White Cotton Blankets, 3s Cd each ? . ? ^ ? - '? FLANNELETTES, -CALICOES : 29in Hoavy Striped Twill - Flannelette, ? 4s Gd dozen . 29in Heavy Pink Flannelette, 3s lid dozon 34in Hoavy ; Striped Twill Flannelette, . 5s lid dozen . ? 28in Absolutely Pure White Calico, 2s .lid dozen ' ' » ' ?* ' 32in Crewdson's No. 2 White Calico, 4s lid ? ? * ? DRESS GOODS ! , DRESS GOODS ! r , 40in Coloured Cotton Sergc (all shades), :7^d yard ? X ' - , „* . - T- -- V - - 22in Coloured V elvoteon s - (all shades) : Is . 3d yard - Special Line in.Coloured F...

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 — 5 June 1903

Local and General News, Requires Immediate Improvement.— Our attention has been drawn by dairy men and others to the disgraceful con dition of the crossing at tho gully in the street loading from Irving Bridge to the Co-operativo Butter Go.'s factory. It is practically impassable, and puts dairy men and residents iu the locality ' to no end of inconvenience We certainly think the Council might strain a point to have something of a permanent nature done at the spot referred to. ijouuiJAriow oxoiVB — /iiior uie usual servioos in connection with the II.' C. Church, Coraki, on Sunday noxt, his Lordship Dr. Doyle will lay the founda tion stoiie of -the Prosbytery now in course of erection in that town. Hitherto the parish priest has been compelled to ?rent premises as a residoiioo, and tho people to provide suitable quarters' havo carried out a scheme for that purpose, tho foundation stone of which, as already stated, will be laid by his Lordship Bishop Doyle. : Rain Does Good. —All who ...

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 — 5 June 1903

Don't Neglect. I . AtCOMMON CASE OF PILES. . IT MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS RKSULTS. When peoplo generally understand that all such fatal diseases ns' fistula, nicer of the rectum, fissure, etc.; almost invariably begin in a simple case of piles, . they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment for tho first appear ance of trouble in this quarter, lloan's -Ointment will certainly cure every foria of piles, itching, bleeding, protruding, and blind piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap but effective remedy right at the start, lie cause at such times a single pot 'will effect a cure, while in the old deep-seated chronic cases, several pots are sometimes necessary before a cure is effected. Here is a case in point: — Mrs. A.' Anderson, an old resident of Lisinore, residing in Park-street, near Gerald's Hill, says 'For some three years I have been a great sufferer from that .distressing complaint known as piles, and although I tried in various ways to get cured,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Railway Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

The Railway Question. Everyone should make a special point of attending the meeting which has been convened ? by Ihe Major for Wednesday evening next, to consider certain resolutions that have been brought, forward by the Byron Buy Railway League, and which Ihe people of these districts are being asked to support. These resolutions have for their object the renewal and strengt.h umnrr nf tlio mnmmont «(.' the Casiuo-Tentertteld Railway, as being of greater , advantage' to the community than the proposed Coast Railway from Giaftou to Maitland. Notwithstanding the fact that the pre sent Public Works Committee has de cided to report unfavourably on the Tenter Held line, the wishes of these northern districts mast' hot J5e .so. lightly set aside', coptaining as they do a population of about one-thirteenth of the whole of New South Wales. . The coast line will cost some three millions to construct, and will for many miles run through country of poor quality, while it will be absolutely h...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Sporting Intelligence. Q.T.C. AUTUMN RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

Sporting Intelligence, ^ Q T.d AUTUMN RACES. : i , Satuuday. ,--i'.^ciir:-.]^titidicap.rrP»ri- 1, . Truth 2; Yarrow 3^ ' _ ' ' Heavy-Weight Handicap —Trade Wind ?' '-'-l, Ajax 2, Fitz-Jainos 3. ? ' ?? ? ? - '-Moroion Handicap of 250 sovs, lj j. - frtile.— Ivan, 7-9, 1; Gozard, .6-9, 2; .Kinbonibi;. 7-1, 3. Sixteen others started, including Littie Tartar, Guiding Star, ?Heronry,' Rosebud, and Abbott.. Won ? ? easily by a length and a half. Time, '2iniu. lO^sec. . Second Hqrdlo Race.— Oracle 1, Riug ' wood 2, Iroquois 3. - Royal' Stakes, 1 mile and a distance, Mv.f.a. — Fitz-G raft-on 1, Whitebait 2. IJal . four 3. Time, luiin. 58soc. ? : Epsom Handiaip. —Harrow 1, Gozard ?'2, Juanita 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

'Fred. 'J.' Board, A.i.A., ' — Arnhit.ftp.l. Woo'dlark-Stbeet, Lismore. Eight Years' Experience with two leading , Sydney Architects. Plans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stikoess' Hotel. ? ' - The Richmond Rivep Express ? ' ? . ? AND , TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Fkiday, Junk. 5, 1908.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 5 June 1903

? '? ? i * ? ' ?' 'At the Adelaide R. C. meeting, on !! Saturday, the City Handicap was won j by Stuart Kiiig (Olnti Stuart— Regina), ? 'TJiscnssion second, Fairy States third, j-- -In .Rugby , football firnt grade inatchos *'Jin Sydney, on Saturday, North Sydney beat University by .11 points to 3, Newtown and Eastern suburbs played a 'draw, Western 'suburbs defeated South ' Svdnev bv » to a, unci liieno ana uai ? main played a draw. Frantic' l'I. - smashed up one of his 'stifles so badly iu the ltandwick' Steeple* 'chase on Saturday that he lay where he fell until arrangenjents were made to despatch liini by the aid of the friendly bullet. Burtenshaw and B. Whalley sustained, respectively, a fractured col ? ' larbone and a broken arm, through their mounts falling in the race. The Oaks, which was run at Epsom, (Eng.), summer meeting, was won by Our Lassie, Haininerkop being second, | and SkyBcraper third.

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