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Those Treasury Bills. £1,000,000 PLACED IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

'fl'liose XreiiKui'y' ISiiis. - £1,000,000 Placed in England. The consensus of opinion in com mercial circles (says tho 'S. M. Herald ') as to tho latest loan was unmistakable. The Government has got-a small portion of tho money it wants, aud has to pay for it on terms sufficiently onerous. Sir John See's optimism is laughed to scorn. As one merchant put it, ' Most of us, however poverty-stricken, if wo liavo any assets at all, can borrow, but we do not all pay the same rate of interest. Wo have heard of people being in such distressing circumstances as to liavo paid 200 or 300 por cent, for accommo dation. Well, New South Wales has not got quite so bad as that, but it is. moving in that direction. It is all very well for Sir John See to point to this last million with pride and say, ' Seo how well wo have done but lot him compare tho relative position of New South Wtdes and tlio othor States as they stand to day with how they stood two or throo years ago. Everyone who knows any thi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Notes by "Bushman." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

? ft«tes fl-y '* BSusBaiuafcB.' | Your, lead; r in the issue 'f 9th instant, I note, advocates agricultural instruction in country schools. .Admit' ing the 'ne- cessity for extending such . knowledge, the method you suggest would be another waste of public money. Practical instruc tion to be genuine must carry the re sponsibility of a livelihood on the issue, otherwise a pupil will inculcate a habit liiore oecoiiuiig rue tastes or a lenneu house wife. The pupil who learns to cultivate a school plot may do well in a flower garden, or among a few 'beans, tomatoes, etc. It will not, however, teach or induce him to tacklo,the corn, cane, hay, or wheat fields. The very fact of teaching a lad anything in a ' light toil ' seine, while the ' Ole Man ' finds the money, inculcates dependant inclina tions. Anyhow, the more wo expose the inner life of the agriculturists the more I do we crc.ite a desire in the youth of to | day to ivvoid such drudgery. The precari I ous fortunes of rural occupa...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

jySNTISTRY ! DENTISTRY. Ir. G. ffiflRLEY WADE, : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : Begs to inform the residents of Casino and district that he continues the practicofof ] his Profession at his old address, ' ? Bahkkii Stkhet, Casino, ' Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, where he may be consulted daily. Extractions rendered absolutely paiuloss by . ? the aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Cliloro; form, or by tho most, l-eliablo ;loeal. Anaesthetics. .Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, and C'emcut, . inserted with the greatest skill and ; care,; and when required tho nerve destroyed; absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted onGold, Vulcanite,', and Platinum. Old and -broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and made to 'fifc - tho mouth better than ever. Also, the most modern style of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work,. ; aiul ? Pivoting of Tooth 011 Natural Roots.;' Teeth Sealed and Polished, , and greatest' attention paid to the Regulation of Children's Teeth. ' , , Patients may rely - on receiving...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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R.R.A.H. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

ffi.U'.A.fl. mid Society. I A MiiETiNO o i the committee of tho I above Society was held in tho School of , Arts library on Thursday last, when ' the following members wero present : — | Messrs. W. G. Simpson, President (in tho chair), F. Stitz, M. Buhner, A. P. Carl ton, C. Cameron, F. B. Tyrrell, F. W. Knanman, R. Watkins, J. B. M'Dougall, R. Barling, J. T. Junor, A. J. Munro, N. Fogu'oll, G. Marsh, C. Anderson, P. M'Gruo'r, J. Gooloy, C. H. Riley,. G. M. Elliott, G. Lollbaek, L. E. Cope, G. K. Imoson, T. Blanch, and the Socretary (Mr.'E. J. Robinson). .-; The minutes of last meeting woro road and confirmed, oirtlie motion of Mr. F. ,AV. Kuapinan, seconded by Mr. G. Loll back. . C'OIlllESPONDENCE. -The- correspondence was road, re ceived, and. ordered to be dealt with, on the- motion of Mr. Cameron, seconded ;hy_: Mr. Elliott, anil was lis follows ;.v From Mr.- F. J. Board intimating his intention of. being present at the eom mittoe meeting. . From tho Clarence Pastoral and Agri c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CASINO HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

H -!A&K: f* ° 11 ^ ^ F1 rA L * ANNUAL MEETING | meotniff in connoctiun ^ci'.fe-i'Avith'tho' Giismo Hosjiital, was- held in iho Town Ilall on Wednesday eveniug, 1 14th January, tiioro being present— Mr. , W-G bimpson, Pie 'dnit(m tho ch.ui), ?A'.- «.^-ttud^Me8sr8.'.'A: C. bimpson, F. ii.- Tyr ilJI, (t Loll.b ick, si i) , J L Guevo, L „ E Cope', Jj T Junoi, F Stitz, J Fny, A It Rl'Kollai, J B JM Doug ill, mul thd Souio'aiy (Mi' A \? bimpson) I ^ Di Rrutlieiloid w is also pio^ent , v:irs-n,^j'i'..Tho:iiiinules of anil iiaKaiid adjourned meetings ueio ie-td mdconfnmed. The Coinnuttee':, .uinual leport and the Tio isnrei's, balinu o sheet for 1902 :v''r/.^t^werOiP(»ad-'nu(liadopto3l on tho motion ' of Mi A C bimpson seconded by Mr. - F &tiU, md were .18 follows :-— ', . ANNUAL KIII'OUT. Yotiv Conunittco liavo inueh pleasure in submittin}} the annniil report and :;; -:wbalaiico,-sheotv;lor ..year .191)2 just passed, '—? -- und* 1 notwithstanding ^ impvccodentod s|x^;'|drou...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

Local and General News. ' ? — ? r- Mu.iT.viiY.— Jfiijor Hillini-d, D.S.O., Staff O Hicer Lancers, vv i H i nspeel' Jjis- . ?more Half-Squadron Lancers* oir Sat urday, ;24fli - instant, at Lismore,- an(3 : '6en«nil'.^iint«l\vi]h:iuspect.':-'(lievc-w.hole. -Squadron ; at Coraki., on J\londay, 26t!i iustant, prior -o: i lie; tournament lo be.: lield lliere.;; All ranks of tho Lancers are venues led to attend. - Mit. R: i:- axi)('ihk Fiscatj L-suk.— Mr. Raid says|n number- freetraders, and protect ionists are, urging hiin not; lo ' raise-; the. -fiscal ; issuevat -tbe iiext; election, , but to. allow, it;^ si and .till the end of the . bookkeeping , period. * ; Hiv - thinks, - howeveivwthat - the-; sooner the - question Js: settled at lie ^ballot-box, 4lie better it will ^ be for tlie;;Comiiion wealtb. ^ 'TH[^Boicit--DKNivUATKS.— These : gen- tlemen^ -who are ;touriiig; Australia to ; collect; information, as r to-; the possi-* abilities of;; sonic; of; .their ' country rneii. settling ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

« EN K BS AIL, MBS'-VS. Sir E. Barton was 5(i liist Sunday. Asia contains more than lia'f of tho people in t' e World. Tiie hospitul at St. George (Q.) is being closed owing lo want of funds, and a month's notice has been given to the whole of the stalF. . ilie imperial Ljovei'iniientliavo decided to continue purchasing Now Zealand horses for use in tho Transvaal. It is stated that the New Zealand horses stood the work of campaigning bettor than any . others. Cavanoiioii's Liver Tonic never fails to give relief in all liver and kidney complaints. For salo at all stores.* .Primo beof steak and joints are Gd per lb. at Tainworth, corned beef from 4d to (id per lb., and mutton 5d per lb. Cheap compared with Casino. ?The Admiralty liavo agreed that only Australian raisins shall be used by tho. Australian squadron. ' ' The position of Surveyor-General has been abolished in 'Queensland, and the Government has appointed Mr. A. SprO\ver,s as chief surveyor of the Lands Department at a salar...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 January 1903

'VTORTll COAST STEAM NAVIOAr jN TIOS COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. nn H E fast and powerful 1 scre.v Steamships 'EkMORNIE & TOMKI Ave now running a Bi-weekly ^Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY and SAILR DAY, and leaving CORAKI on TLES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o clock (noon). The line steamer RAMOBNIE now making regular weekly trips hi-s a refri gerating eliamher equal to 00 . tons capacih'. is electric lighted throughout wiii'-^Bclricity, ventilating fans in the -Saloon, and all nmrdcni improvements. Thb Favoukitf. Steam hk, CITY ©Ii' GSSAIF'H'OX. Leaves Sydney f-r the Riclunou'l oy.-r.v TMUUSDAY Evening, making COKAK.I the Terminus. and leaves thero every MONDAY MORN INft, c'--;ssing mit I From BALL1NA on TUESDAY MORNING. This vessel has extended accommoda tion for LIVE STOCK ..f all kinds. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tomki, St. George, or Ramorni.e by telephoning to Lisniore, whero Saloon plans may be soen, ...

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 — 20 January 1903

SYDNI5Y MAHK.HL' PRICKS. '.'Following are. the wholesale-quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney ? ? .... v AVIieut : N. S.:WaIe3,':on;coun try railway stations. 5s lid to Os'l(Lper.:.biial)ol ;v;Soulli. , Australian. new, ys G£d f.o.b. Pin t Adelaide. Flour: N. S. Walts, bust roller, £ 1*2 pul ton ; ordinary biand*, £11 '.lus Manitoba, on spot, £13 to £13 oa. ^Sydney, miners will, ' not book roller (lour ahead nt-£l-2. Maize : Northern Itivcivgrai'i; 5s ; prime, 5a 8-1 per bushel; southern -.grain, 'choice, 53 od to js Gd ; Argentine, -Is -Sd to 4s 0d. 15 ran, la 5d to la lid per bushel. , Pollard, Is 1 Id to 2a per'bnshel. ? ' c Chickwheat : Local'; 5a -Sd to 5a Oil per bushel j Adelaide, 5a 9d to :5s 10.1. Barley : Prime-feed, to:4s 3d per bushel. ?- t - O.its : Tusmanian, 3s 7d to 3a Sd j prime, i 3a : 10d ; New Zealand.' prime.. 4a- to-, 4» Id ; good, to 3a lid; inferior,' 3s 8d per buahel. Oaten JJay : Local, ; prime, :J.'7, las.tn £8 por ton jmejiuin, £7 5?r; . inferior, t-i:£5 5...

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 — 20 January 1903

, COMMERCIAL jN EWS. ' 1 LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. . R. It. Exprctt Oilicc, Montla}-. Fom.owi.xu nrc tlio quotation!) for farm and dairy oilucc ruling in Casino to-ilny; — WlloljlWALR. Rktaii. £ B D . » o Maize, por busliol ..0 5 0 0 0 0. ClmlT, jior owt.. .. ,0 8 0 _ 0 .9 0 Hay, oaten, por ton ..- .0 0 0 0 10 0 O.its, po'r bushel . . 0 1 0 0 5 0 Ei'jfs, por ilozsn .. 0 10: 0 1 » Buttor, local factory , . 0,0^10; 0 .1:0 Iluttor, dairy 0 ®0' 8 ? 0 0 10 . ? ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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V.Cs. Won in the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

V.Cs. Won in the War. During the South African Avar no fewer than 78 Victoria Crosses were awarded. The recommendations for this mostcovented honour were gained under the three Commanders-in-Chief iii South Africa, as follows : Buller, '24; Roberts, 36; Kitchener, 18; total, 78. Thirty of ' these V.Cs. ' were gained in tho Transvaal, 20 in Natal, 17 in the Orange Hiver Colony, 10 in Cape Colony, and one in Zululand. The war was raging during the whole or portion of four years, and it is in teresting to note how the V.Cs. .vere distributed : 1899; 18 ; 1900, 48 ; 1901, 16 ; 1902, 1 ; total, 78.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Summer Complaint is the children's most dangerous eueiny and the mother's most ilre ided foe. Immediate aud proper treat ment is always lieecssary. Chamberlain's Coiic, Cholera, aud Diarrhoea Remedy, given according to directions, is the most effectual romcdy known. Every household should have a bottle at hand. Gotvit to-day. It may save a life. F. G. Crouch, Casino, sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

IVlcthocIist diurch. The quarterly meeting of the -officials of the Casino Circuit was held in the Casino church on Wednesday afternoon last. The Chairman reported that tho efforts during the quarter were very successful, both spiritually and financially. . The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows Circuit Stew ards, Messrs. A. C. Simpson, J. P., and J. B. Thomas ; Society Stewards, Messfrs. r G. M. Wade, L. C. Falconer, W. E. Ran kin, and J. T. Cradiek (Casino), Messrs. Neily and Mison (Clovass), Messrs. W. and J. Thompson (Spring Grove), Mr. J. Metcalfe (Woodburn), and Messrs. Blackmail, M'Mullen, and Brandon (Coraki), Messrs. G. K. Imeson and G. Skinner (Deep Creek), Messrs. E. A. Al corn and W. Graham (New Park), Mr. Purse}', sen. (Bungawalbin), Mr. Moflitt, sen. (Horwood), Mr. W. Lee, J. P. (Tatham), Mr. W. Earea, (Naughton's Gap), and Messrs. J. Llewellyn and T. Yates (Wooroowoolgen) ; Poor Steward, Mr. H. Simpson, jun. ; Church Steward, Mr. T. Simpkins...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular meeting of the above was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday last, when the following wero present : — The Mayor (Aid. J. B. M'Dou gall) and Akl. Balzer, Parker, Franey, Moylan, Cope, and Simpson. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed on tho motion of Aid. Simpson, seconded by Akl. Franey. CORRESPONDENCE. The correspondence was read, received, and ordered to be dealt with on the motion of Aid. Simpson, seconded by Aid. Balzer, and was as follows : — From Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., stating that he was leaving for Sydney, princip ally in connection with the station build ings, and while thero would be pleased to attend to any other matters ho may bo apprised of. From Mr. J. T. Junor, late Inspector of Dairies, forwarding his report for tho year, and account for salary. From Department of Mines, Stock Branch, giving the names of the trustees to Casino Common, nnd stating same had been gazetted. These have already been published. From s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Visit of the Hon. J. G. Drake, Postmaster General. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Visit of'thc SIou. -7. G. Urakc, j PoKtiiisistci* General. | The Postmaster-General, accompanied ! by Mr. T. T. Ewitig, M.H.R., arrived in Casino yesterday about noon. Shortly aftor arriving, an adjournment was made to the Town Hall, where a large number of persons had assembled. Mr. Ewing in his usual affable manner in troduced Mr. Drake to the Mayor and those present. The Mavor. Aid. J. T-. M'Donfrall. said tho first matter they wished to bring under his notice was iu reference to the telephone service and the trunk line fees. When the telephone was first established there was a small fee imposed, but subscribers objected and it was afterwards abolished. Lately sub scribers wero informed that from a certain date trunk line fees would be iujposed. Ho was sure there was noth ing paying better than the telephones ; the people strongly objected to pay trunk lino fees, and he asked th.it tho charges be allowed to remain as usual. Mr. Drake said he had had long con versations with Mr. E...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Myrtie Creek Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Myrtle Creek Items. (from OUR CORRESPONDENT.) January 19. — During the past week thunderstorms have been very frequont, producing much cooler conditions in the weather. Several nice showers have fallcu here, aud on Monday afternoon last week a terrific storm of rain foil at Myall Creek. On Wednesday at noon the thermometer registered lOOdeg. in the shade, and at 6 p. in. had fallen to 70 ; such a sudden change, although appreciable for the time, is likely to be responsible for colds. Sickness is prevalent in the neighbour hood, caused principally from tho recent intense heat. Since the late' beneficent rains, dairying is again in full swing. The milk supply i of one dairymen has reached 100 gallons per day, and is increasini:. That dairying is one of the surest and most profitable industries 'f the State thero is no doubt ; but, judging by the stringency of the new Dairy Act, dairymen will, if they don't watch their interests closely, eventually find their industry crippled by over ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

I'lTH AND* IMHX'l'. Big dust storm yesterday. Sports at Kyogle on Monday next. Lismore show privileges realised £100. Tlie trunk line fees question not yet settled. Meeting of hospital committee to night, Friday. Cheap boots, the order of the day at T. F. Moylan's. Mr. Drake very favourably impressed with the district. An ostrich each year produces about £0 worth of featherR. Moylan's sale of boots aud shoes and ironmongery a great success. Look out for the Casino Town ? Band Promenado Concert to be held on the 11th February. Stock Taking. — American Axes, all makes, 3s 6d each, during stock taking. — A. C. Simpson. The Victorian Government has abol ished the position of Government Geologist. The French Chamber has voted half a million francs to assist the Brittany Jisherfolk. A Cheap Loaf. — Best Roller Flour, lis per 1001 bs, spot cash only. — Crouch's Trade Palace. A 4-year-old son of Mr. J. Austin, of On#a, died from the effects of a sun stroke on Sunday. .. It has . boen decide...

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An Unexpected Legacy. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

An Unexpected Lcgacy. \ . There was an extraordinary inci dent at Marylebone (London) Police Court, a. few days ago, when William Claxton, aged 40, a butler, of Strut ton-ground, Westminster, was charged, on remand, with begging froin house to house at Compayne-garclens, ±±amp stead. When the prisoner was placed in the dock, the magistrate (Mr. Curtis Bennett) told him that while travelling on the Great Eastern Railway a day or two before he came across an announcement in a news paper, which would doubtless be of great interest to him. The announce ment related to the' will of his late master, Mr. George Wightwick Ren del, of 2 Palace-court, aud the Broad lands, Isle of Wight, and formerly of Naples, a director of the Elswick works, and an ex-Civil Lord, of the Admiralty, who died on October 9 last, leaving, among other bequests, . tlie sum of £200 'to his butler, William Claxton.' 'That is you, isn't it?' asked the magistrate; ' take the printed account, aud see.' The prisoner's so...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

C01tKESl-ONl-EN€E. (To tha Bilituruf the Jtichmond Jlioer Hxprexs.) biR, — Permit me to tlumk you lor your reference to the visit of the Rev. Benjamin Lanks, the Organising Secretary of- Metho dist Foreign Missions, iu your, last issue. Mr. Danks, who is to occupy tho pulpit of tho Methodist Church next , Sunday, and also to hold a missionary meeting on the Monday, comes to us with a vast credential, iu the shape of personal missionary labour in the South Seas. Recently Mr. Danks has enjoyed what is becoming a rather com mon distinction amongst leaders of Protes tantism, the public animosity of Cardinal Morau. The ' Daily Telegraph' of Tues day last has broken the silence so long kept by the press in ' the interests of peace,' and has declared its mind on the recent state ments regarding the atrocities of the British naval forces, aud also the uetion of .the Protestant missionaries iu Samoa. The ' Daily Telegraph' shows clearly that the main sources of evidence from which thu Cardin...

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Wisdom of Carnegie. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Wisdom of Carnegie. MiiV Andrew Carnkuie delivered himself of a series of reflections in his rectorial address to the students ot St. 'Andrew's University recently. Here are the most quotable of his utter nnces : — Britian is the seat and throne of manufactures. That, is why it is so much the object of the Americau manufacturer's study. I can never forget nor cease to be proud of the Mother of America, to whom I owe so much. British employees fail to give busi ness the necessary unremitting atten tion ; they often regaid it as a means ' to enter another rank of society. . The employer should give to his ablest employees more shares in the business; the more given in this form the more will flow to the employer. The great secret of success in busi ness and of millionaire-making is to make partners of valuable managers of departments. The two continents of Amerioa and Europe have a decided advantage over Britain in the sobriety and regular habits of their workmen. To reduce the drink ...

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