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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
? ^Adverfcisoments... .i - WT AN nil), a Good GHNKRAL W .SERVANT Apply to Mits GRUHNtiTREl'jl'. Myrtle Cieek. T AND and INCOME TAX RETURN'S B 1 PRlil'ARlil) J CRAKjIE, Casino O TOClv RE I URN' FORM 6 I'lllul up O J 'CUAIG1E, Casino E P It A C T I^C E Mti. 'W.-'^A1. GRAYj Dentist, Casino, will RESUME PRACTICE TO MORROW (Wcdne day), JANUARY 7th ' R. 1 7 TURF CLUB. flScpMii's to tii'auil' Slasid. TUNDERS, closing oil 10th JANUARY, 1903,-are invited for theahovo. Specifica -tions can bo seen at my Oflice. . ;i ' ' ? JAM15S.T. TANDY, Secretary R. R,'Turf Club. . i rjl E N D E R S. I BS. 3E. 68. '.Society. T1CND15KS aro hereby invited for the SUPPLYING of MATERIAL and EREC TION of -FENCING 'of tho additional five ? acres of land, adjoining tho present -Show Ground, .Casino. The old iron on southern - fence of present ground to bo used. Plans and Specifications can be seen at . 'Mr. W. G. Simpson's Barker-street. Tenders to be endorsed and addressed to alio undesigned, and will close .on W...
Comparative Rainfall at Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
Comparative S£;iiiiful9 al I CJttsillO. Two years ago wo published a tabu latod statement giving the rainfall for two quinquennial periods — 1880-90, and '98-1900— and also giving the totals for '92-'3-'4-'5, that for tho vear 1891 not being available. Tho average for the five years 1886-90 was 55 63 3-5 inches, while that for the like poriod IS', 19-1900 was 42'07 2-5 inches ; the averago for the four years '!)2-'!)5 was r-5*(i t inchos. The lowest records for tho 14 years nientionod. wero— 1888, 31 73 in. ; 1900, 32'lGin. ; 1895, 39 08in. ; 1890, 39-llin. The highest records were — 1890, 70'89in.; 1893, 7l'60in. ; and 1887, 04'52in. Wo have now obtained from the Casino post office tho records for 1901 and .1902, which show as follows : — KAINFALL FOIt 1-ERI0I) OF TWO YEA11S. lilfll ? 1902 January ? ? - 1 -80 - - ' 1 February ? 3'55 - Much 1301 -7 A pill 3 25 , 1 18 May. ? r ? 2*53 .-09 June ? -3 10 - -2!) * Jaly * .2 40 (.7 August . 2 01) v 1) Si'plunbti 2 31 -1 2J Octnbei ' . 3 4...
Greenridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
.r:(iP801IKhigC. ? ! ; ' (FilOll OUK UOKllKSl'ONDBNT}. ' -V 1 Tim annual picnic held here on New i Year's- Day passed off well, and all ! seemed to onjoy.^thenisolvesi Although, i tlio day turned out a real scorcher, fully fiOO ppeolo wore:-' present. Footraces i and other contests wore carriud out .'throughout the day, tho following boing some of tho results : — Boys! races— First race : A. Scheiler 1; P. Vidler 2. . Second race : 0. Elh-ut 1, W. Schoilor,2. Third Raco : C. Vid ler 1, A; Kunkler 2. Fourth race : J. Vidler 1, — . Thompson 2. ? Girls' races— First race : Katie John son 1, M. Cowan! 2. Second raco : Phyllis Cowan 1, Blanch Chasoling 2. Third Race : S. Ben n 1, F. Ditton 2 fourth race : M. Selieiler 1,-H Cowan 2. . Fifth race : A. Vid|er 1, S Pearson 2 Young Ladies', race : M. Gorton 1, . F. Gorton 2.: ? -.-Mystery Handicap : A. Irvino 1, Bowon 2. ' -. ? ' ? Marriod Men's race : G.; Knight 1, W. Gorton 2. -. Best recitations— Girls ovor. -12 : Miss Holloway 1, Miss Row...
Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
T_jat-est News. : [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Sundav. In 15 condilion of tho King of Saxony is stated to be critical, and it is serni otiicially announced that he is not likely to snrvivo more than a few days. The Germans seized tho Customs House at Porto Cabello, Veiu'zuola Forces were landed on tho wharf, but no firing took place. While at Porto Cabello, the blockaders capturedOO Venezuelan vessels andtowod thoin to the Port of Spain. Tho Duke of Connaiight, while at the Delhi Durbar, specially selected an escort from tho Ninth L:mcel'sRegimont, which was understood to bo in disgrace. Tho Dutch Church has circulated ail order throughout tho Transvaal refusing Communion to members of the National Scouts or baptism to tlioir childron. Soveral volcanoes, of which Izaleo is tho principal, in Central America, aro belching forth ii re aud lava, and aro causing great havoc in the district. ? SYDNEY, Monday During tho last two d -ys tho tempera-, fcures in tho .country districts has been' ver...
Coraki J.C. Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
€orai-i .J.C, Annual fiSacos. Tiru annual reunion of tho Coraki Jockey Club took placo on Thursday last (New Year's Day) and proved a.'do cided success, the attcndanco being ? a rocord ono, despico tho ' day ' being scorching hot. Comment-, was -.very strong ou the almost total absence of; any shelter from the fier'co lays of tho sun, and if tlio Committee wish toikeep : up the reputation gained by tins popular racing poiitre they wiil have to do some-. thingltowiirdB catering for the comfort of the public during/such trying weather. Under tho direction of tho -popular sec retary, -Mr. L. F. Bonaud, everything passed olt smoothly, if wo oxcept a.slight. hitch in the start of tho first raco^ in which the. ropo of tho barrier- caught Theodora m -the mouth and broke off two of her teeth, spoihug any chauce she may havo had in tlio race. 1 he barrier,' although it has served the purpose vory well, is anything but a safo ono. Followiug aro the .results':—' ' Publicans' Puksh IIandiual- o...
SPORTING NEWS. MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
Si* -!? ,'v -.I'j i'i ' MO -K!0Vj.' :?!- l. (?„?-. Kogar i' ,'?- ISi.'.n'i I N oblo L.nn ? ' Flying Handicap.— -Fungus I, Princo Butler 2, Pylara 3. Stewatds' Mile. — Speechless 1, Au tonym 2, Woronga 3. **' Two-year-old Handicap -Lady Lochicl 1, Ournionita 2, Katoomba 3. Moorelield Ilandicap. — Devilment 1, Ki--s 2, Islitar 3. Welter Handicap.— Woronga 1, Camira ' 3, Pylara 3.
Labour Troubles in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
Bjahoiir Troubles in'America. Tub United: States of America have labour troubles as well us Australia, and the ground taken at--tirnes is as unreasonable as are some requests of Australian labour unions. In one case; referred1 to by the ' Telegraph's'. . correspondent, a: union objected to 'its members belonging to the National Guard.* ? The 'reason^- of' course,*' was - ' because the Guard had at times been called out; to protect life and' property ?: from the- attacks , of lawless vst-rikers.': The writercontinues :— 'Union leaders have, however, .always ?.?protested 'that: . they did not countenance lawlessness, and that it, was- the work of persons - ; over whom they had no conliol. Tho new position is one which has awak ened a vast number of people, iuclud- : ?ing labour unionists, to the dangerous and unpatriotic character of some ^of the labour leaders. So has another labour incident that has just- occurred'1 at Schenectady. The same labour leaders proclaimed a boycott agains...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
KUISVBTIES. '- . I Heat. ? Deaths. ? - ? ; ; . ?' . -- I No rain. | 1 1 oat npoploxy. . I Country parched. General mourning. Heat sickness very prevalont. Grout sale of Stirgess cattle to-ilay. Cattle-stealing prevent ion mooting to morrow. We regret to hear that Mr. W. Drmk water has bean seriously ill. Thermometer 115' in the shade at Casino on Saturday and Sunday. Tho United States Treasury now holds tho sum of £123,000,000 in gold. A wollrknown resident of Howell natned Arthur Parker was drowned on New Year's Day, in Cope's Creek. Alexander Mooro, asquarer, was acci dentally killed by a falling treo at Wauchopo, near Port Macquavio, last week. . Up to date, Mr. John Balo has liar-' vostod 28,0001bs of coffee berries from his trees on Woolbin Island this season. R. J. M'Faddon, wheelwright, Single ton, committed suicide on Christmas Day.' He leaves a wife and ten child ren. Tho Rev. E. (?'. Moberley buried soveral pooplo at Tain worth and Moonbi who; diod on Christmas and Boxing ...
The Australian Meat Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
The Australian Meat Trade. Wis end the year ] 902 with about 50,000,000 sheep and 4,000,000 cattle in Australia. New South Wales aud Queensland have about 30,000,000 sheep left, and there are about 20,000,000 in the other States, so great has been the falling off. A few years ago wo had 107,000,000 sheep. Good rains have come in parts, aud have given fresh hope to the people, but it is far too early to say that the drought has broken up. Our Western country wants a lot of vain yet to moisten the sub-soil. Now, as to our meat works ; these are nearly all closed in New South Wales and Queensland, and it any of them re-open during 1903 it will only be on a limited- amount of stock. South Australia aud Victoria are shipping some sheep and lainbs, but tho prices being paid for them must leave a very small margin between profit and loss at the other end. In fact, Australia can consume easily all the surplus stock we are likely to have iu 1903. Therefore, so far as Australia is concerned, ...
SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S RACES. NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
SYDNliY TAT IE RS A LL'S RACES. New Yeak's Day. 1* lying- W oltor.— Clochotto 1, 'Purser 2, Chippy Norton 3. Nursery, Handicap.— Athena 1, Belali 2, Francesca 3. . : Now Year's Gift.- -Kin'glock; 10-(i, 1 ; Purser, 8-3, 2 ; Bar Ono, 7-2, 3. Won ' by a head. Tattersall's Club Clip.— Postillion, 7-2,' ' I ; Circo, 0-13, 2 ; Blue Spec, 0-7, 3. Won easily. Steeplechase. -^Rising Fund 'Avon, tho other two starlets falling. Woltor Handicap.— Tlio Caretaker 1, Chippy Norton 2, Crawfurd 3. i * ? ? i ? ? i ? i ' ' Ben Htir will in .futurelbo -trained by Frank M'Griithl fdr-,HJr.:,Ilj..^CliishoIin. ? i Tho events at the Q.'r.Ci-.jMidsummof ?; [meeting, on Now Year's Day, resulted as ifollows :^-Good wood,: Handicap:: - Glen garry 1, Boadicoa 2, ,Prestoigno 3. |Hoavy-\yeight Handicap :;Lady Maud 1 , |Once Again 2, Jnauita -3. .i Hurdlos : : Signet 1, Liberty 2, Malice 3. Mid summer. Handicap : Little - Tartar ,1, : Ar.ixes 2, Amherite 3. -..Soeond' Novice ? Handicap : Princess Runner- l, St.- ...
The Death Cloud. A HEAVY OBITUARY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 January 1903
The Death Cloud. 1 A HEAVY OBITUARY WEEK. | It is with a heavy pen wo chronicle® tho long list of deaths that have occurred© in this district during tho past few days,g! a list that will be considerably added toil (when particulars come to hand frompj (neighbouring towns and settlements. l| I I'lic continued hot weather is .primarily^ responsible tor tho departures to that 'bourne from which 110 travellor re- 1| turns,' and many sorrowing homes boar || witness to the extent of the visitation [n addition to tho deaths reported, 1] numbers of people are ill, and should a % jliango in tho weather not soon occur S the result will be additions to tho al- S ready long and sad list. We append -h particulars of such cases of death as ^ !iavo reached us, and trust a beneficial rainfall and cooler weather will put a j| itop to the abnormal death-rate. S MR. JOHN JORDAN. | Surprise at the suddenness of the® jveut was only surpassed by the intense g sorrow which porvadod tho community ^ when th...
Clerical Sarcasm. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
1-Eerieal Sarcasm. * ;J Tim following church notice was I recently exhibited: ' The service on R Sunday morning is at II a.m. The K supposition that it is ten minutes later . is a -mistake. Young men are. not .\l excluded from the week-nisibt service. /? The seats in the front portion of the .v« church have been carefully examined. They are quite sound and may be I trusted not to give way; It, is quite ? legitimate to join in the singing. The , object of the choir is to encourage not .'-? to discourage tbe congreg.ation.' B
Bones of Chalk. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
ICoiaes of* Chalk. A case is reported from America of a woman who fractured her legs and arms -whenever she made the slightest movement. Her bones, says' Health,' changed to chalk substance, and so brittle did'lier frame become before she died in Philadelphia hospital that the doctors feared her neck might be dis located, and she was plnced in her bed iu such a position that she could only move her head a few inches.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Advertisements.'* | E G A L . N X) T I C IS.. MR! S. J. S. BUTLER, Solicitor, CaBino, will be absent in Sydney from ,10th December until tho-middle of January. j^l.O li 'PRIVATE ; S A L E. Three Good DAIRY FARMS, area, from 100 to 350 Acres. Apply ? R. A; CARLTON & Co. PLANT NOW.— All kinds of Evergreens and Tropical- Trees, Guavas, Orna mental Trees, Roses, &r;., iu pots from Is. Paspalum Dilitatum Roots, &c., to bo had from D. ,-T; M'AULIFFE, Greenridge, agent for Sydney and Brisbane Nurserymen. rjllSN SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST, on tho Lisniorc-Casino road or Lismoro-Alstonville-road, a Boy's SADDLE and CLOTH. The above reward will be paid on delivery to ' Express' Office, Casino, or ' Northern Star' Office, Lismore. gHOUTHAND CLASSES. Classes for SHORTHAND will be held at the Town Hall, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 7.30 p.m., from the 13th January, 1003. Intending pupils please communicate at once by letter to Miss R. BARLING, Spriughill, Casino. Q A S IN. O ...
Maxims for Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Maxims for ttirls., [By Max O'Reli..] When you love, you love for your self, and if you marry you seal the destiny, happy or wretched, of your own life. Therefore never marry for others. Marry for your own sake. Only be careful ; do not imngine that you are in love before, you have tried all the tests which may convince you that you -really are. You may be i only too liable to mistake a caprice, a fancy, a romantic day-dream ? for true love. First love is seldom true love. A whole series of light fancies which have been mistaken for love have often been followed by tlio earnest passion of life. : - The credulity of women and the, sub- ject of being loved is very great. They often mistake a little admiration for a particular regard, and on this founda tion build up a castle in the air, and lilt it with all the treasures of their brightest hopes. It is safer to bo sceptical oil this subject of being loved ; but if you do make the mistake tako all the blame to yourself, and save your d...
CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
CASINO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The local Municipal body mot on Tuesday evening last, there being pre sent : — Aldermen Cope (chair), Balzer, Franey, Moylan, and Simpson. In the alispnco of the Mayor, Aid. Cope was voted to jfche chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read arid confirmed. The Chairman then referred to the deaths of Mr. T. Glynn apd Mr.'. John Jordan, and moved that a letter of sympathy be written, signed by tho Mayor in behalf of tho Councilj to tho bereaved families, and that the Council out of respect, adjourn. Continuing, tho, speaker said that both deceased wero* most highly respected iu the town and district. They were well known for their goodness aud upright conduct ; aiid the town, and indeed the whole (lis trict, had suffered a very heavy loss by the death-of such townsmen. Aid. Simpson, in seconding the mo tion, said. the Council should adjourn. He could not find words to express hia feelings at tho loss of two such promin ent townsmen. '' Aid. Franey consi...
Honours Easy. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Honours Easy. Altiiouoh Major Taylor defeated the Australian cycling champion, Don Walker, in the quarter-mile chain pionship — the principal event of the day — on Saturday, Walker turned the bibles on the world's champion in the five miles scratch race (says the ' E. News'), so that honours were easy between the pair on the dav. Walker, however, was the champion uf the day, for he started five times, and won four. His win of the half-mile final from scratch was a magnificent effort. The Australian champion seems irresist ible in half-mile handicaps. He has won every half-mile handicap he has started m this season in Sydney. His win of the five miles scratch race was another brilli ant performance. Of course, Walker is now at the top o: his form, while Maji.x Taylor will not be at his best yet awhile. Indeed, he is displaying wonderful form considering the snort while he has been in Sydney. If Walker can defeat Taylor more tunes than the latter can defeat him, thou ho will have a ri...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7TH. (Before Mr. N. Harper, J.P.) ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
POLICE COURT. Wednesday, J anuahy 7th. (Before Mr. N. Harper; J.P.) alleged larceny. W. Leo, 011 remand, was charged with stealing a pair of sleeve links, a ring, and a silk handkerchief, tho property of Leonard Sinclair. Evidence having boen given of the death of Mr. T. Glynn, the justice who initiated tho caso with Mr. Harper, J P., the latter decided he had no jurisdiction, and discharged accused. Thursday, July 8th. (Before Messrs. W. G. Simpson and N. Harper, Js.P.) James Allen was charged with assault ing one Margaret Allen, his wife. Margaret Alien said she knew accused, who was her husband, and she did not desire to give evidence against him. Accused, after being reprimanded and cautioned by the Bench, was discharged.
A Faithful Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
4 Faithful llPog. An illustration of the remarkable fidelity of a dog was forthcoming last week, at an inquest in Melbourne on the bod}' of Henry Kacirtzk, a young Hungarian employed at tho Vienna Cafe, who recently committed suicide .by shootintr himself near Morri Creek. His dog, a fox terrier, kept guard over his body for two days, and would not allow the police to touch it for a long time, severely biting one ot them. At tho inquest the dog transferred his affections to a girl deceased was to have married. She became hysterical, and he would not allow the police to hand her a glass of water. Deceased had been despondent owing to tho death of his father and four brothers.