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THE WAR. LONDON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
THE WAR. i - - - LONDON. Monday. On the night of the 9th instant the Japanese shells ropoutedly hit the hospi tals in Port Arthur, and seven patients wero killed. Many of the patients be came so alarmed that they flod through tho snowy streets, clad in white, present ing a ghastly sight, and several died from exposure. In a mpssnge cabled on the -l0t.il De cember, General StoesFel admits that on tlio (ith instant, the Japanese captured Yyssokaia Hill, after having boon re pulsed three times. He stated that the warships in the harbour of Port Arthur are suffering from the lliu. shells fired by the Japanese. Ho also reports that General Tserpitsky has died from wounds. Later reports of the capture of 203 Metre Hill by the Japanese state the fighting was at such close quarters that the muzzles of the rifles of the combat ants often touched each othors' breasts, and no quarter was given on either side. Commander Mizzenofl' states that eight Japanese standard boarers were succes sively k...
Kyogle Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Kyoglo Sports. » ? The following starts have boon allotted for Qiiaiti's.Couiinercuil Handicap, .of i: 1 D, to lie run at Kyoglo on Boxing Day : — E. N. Larkin, E. A. \Schuror, O. F. Norton, ' Reptile,' U. b.-iville, scr. ; G. Thompson-1 (a), ttyds : 13. Hill (»),? 4yds ; T; . .Jordan, f 5yds ; Narnlle (n), Raymond Duncan, 7yds; J. lim-lto, A. William (a), 8yds. ; .) . ltjilph (a), !)yds ; ' Fairphiy,' J. .V idler, lOyd.s ; J.-Hiscock, D. M'Milhin, Tliouias Byrna, C. Walker, O. Dlnck, J.. Ivaiie, W. Madden, J.- llrown,. 11yds ?, Chips,' D. Bryce, ' Starlight, 'M'. :iMLean.'Tay lor (a), A. H; Alartui; ? 12yds Last Try,'.- G. Brooke, N: Coleinun, - J. Scully, 'bilvor -Iviug,'. G. : Kinippj- ltfyds D. ?Dal'/.iel, T.' Meskell W. - J ; -Hay tor; : A .- Harris, A. Stanford, H. Gorman, R. E;. M'Coriiiuek, A. E. Cornish;. ,W. Walters, ' Kuropatkin,' T. .ltiley, 14-yils ; A. Uiir lylo It. I'ldgeon,- D.. Smails,-. J. Stan ford, ' Blinker,' W. J. New I on, C. Pol kins, It. Soronsoii, J.- Porkm...
A Pleasing Function. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
A Ploasing Function. On Friday afternoon last, when -York - Lea School broke up for the holidays, , Miss Pitteiulrigh, tho school mistress, was made' the recipient of a token ofUove and esteem. by her. pupils. --.'Miiss. Annie. Gilniour, oil behalf of the scholars, , pre-. seuted. Miss Pittendrigli witli a silver mounted purse and note-book, while Miss Emma Crawford read a nice 'little address setting forth the appreciation, by parents iiiid scholars of their beloved teacher's faithful service. Miss Pittondrigli, who was quite unprepared ? and .very' -.much., surprised, was. much moved, and with difficulty expressed her thanks ? for the unexpected gift. There -were, quite a ? number of parents aikl friends, as well: as visitors from Casino; .who were, to gether with tho children, regaled with, afternoon tea. Games wore indulged in . until the ' milking hour' called for a general departure amid mutual good wishes. ,
Mr. Dooley on Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Mr. DodfSy on Marriage, ' - 1 ': Tun-- years ? niarniiL'o, as suggested' by Mr. George Meredith, elicits an ap proving comment from ' Mr. -JJooley.' 'It wud be fine,' says the sage ; 'I : hope George . What.'s-his-naino -puts its through.' It is tho women, lie thinks, ? who-woiild iniost-. welcome the release aud the now chance of .going into the market.-, to prospect for a husband witlrall mod- ' ern ' improvements.' 'The ;avovage man, .: oil being asked: one- day:- at.-: breakfast, ' Where - will I send - ye'er clothe.s !' or :? Where 'd'ye ? live torinornth.f . by hw time- retired botterduilf,' ? would- first 'boa t ?the quarter-iuilo record. to the - looler's,' and then improve lu»: personal appear.-uico, at the establishment ot a . ' beauty uphol sterer.' ' He'd net her back; maybe,; but it would be -ar uthruggle.^.'. The yroat trouble -about . .jiiatriinony is ? that alter a time ' it settles down to an .endiiraiico f-hrile.' for, , las Ilogan snys. wo tirst em brace, thou : p...
Clovass School. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Clovass School. .Mr. C. Lee, M.P., has received the appended letter from the Department of Public Instruction : — ' With reference to tho petition, undated, presented by you from.Mr. L. E. Cope, of Casino, urging the erection of a shelter-shod in connec tion wttn tne I'll one fscnooi at -jiovass, i am directed to acquaint, you that, having considered a report' on tho matter, the Minister for Public. Instruction' is not prepared to accede to the request. The Minister has approved, however,- of the crection of a verandah 20ft Gin long by 8ft wide, to the northern sido of the building, and the necessary steps are being Ukcn to enable the work to bo car ried out.': ...... , - -
A New Co-operative Bacon Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
. 1 New Co-operative Bacon Co. j v V . ' I ' ,:-^J1AT tho co-oporativo movement is rapidly gaining ground in New South 'tiles iH evident from the fact that several ., of these societies havo lately been started ^ ' iii ^ho good producing centres 011 tho . Sputli Coast. The latest move in this T - direction is tho establishing of a Co operative ijacon Company, having among - 't8 objects tho receiving of pigs ou con signment for slaughter, manufacture, and curing of bacon and hams, bi-products, small goods, etc. This latter branch of the business lias for mauy years been ; recognised in America as one of the most iinport'tint sources of profit. It is said ? ^Iiut fanners in New South Wales havo : been for years dissatisfied with the pro prietary methods of disposing of tlieir pigs, und tlie wide nuirgiu between pig and bacon prices, together with the de duction.s for yard dues, etc., have no ? 'clou tit been the cause. It is also claimed ' . ? : tliat the condemned pig fund levy of Is...
Bungling Officialism. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
/ ? ? ? \ Bungling: Officialism. 1 Not long since a friend of- ours re-, ceive'd a notice that a Crown grant was . ready for issue, on pay ment ol assurance fee,, amount of which, by-the-way, was not mentioned iii the . communication. He made inquiries at the office of the local Lianu Agout, anu learning tne .sum payable was 5)s 2d, promptly remitted Us Gd, so lis to be oil the safe Bids.. Judge of his surprise when, in the course of a few days, he' received an other intimation that 4d was still due, and when that was remitted - the deed would be sent on. This is very rich, seeing the Department lias been already overpaid ; and the bungling has led to the writing of several additional letters, and use of postage stamps unnecessarily.' A.ny private concern employee who capered in this style would be sackod probably. , . ' ; ? ? — — . ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Advertisements. \ lilOR SALE — :M1 Acres of Agricultural ? Jtj and Pastoral hand. Highly improved. Price, A2 10s an acre, Easy terms. K. DAGG, Killarney. 'Jjl OK PRIVATES AL E. 1 - 500 DAIRY HEIFERS, in large or small Lots. Handy for inspection. Apply ? .'to .IAS. 13. M 'DOUG ALL, Casino. JP 0 R PRIVATE SALE FIFTY FORWARD DAIRY HEIFERS, ? Al quality. ' ; R. A. CARLTON & CO , Auctioneers, Casino. JjlQR PRIVATE SALE '.SOO lDAIRY HEIFERS, from 12 months . - ? ?? . to 3 years: , 0 'FAT 'BULLOCKS, m large or small iiuin- . :' i ' bers,' to suit purchasers. , . '/ BLOOD ani). DRAUGHT STALLIONS. ? . DAIRY FARMS, all areas; in various parts ' of district. . i: R. A. CARLTON & CO., Auctioned s, &c., Casiuo. Town Allotments for Private Sale. t ? ? ? rr^HE unsold Allotments 111 Ii. M. ' ??? X' Pratt's Subdivision, Swamp and Pratt .- Streets. - Long' Easy Terms. J. N. FERGUSON, Auctioneer. ?N', °- T— 0 /' 1 KYOGLE DAIRY Jf^RMS, also othei . Dairy, Farms ; and Grazing Pro...
More Road-work. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
? - ? © ? ? ? More Road-work. On Wednesday last Mr. Kirkpatrick, District Works Office, opened tenders for the undermentioned road contracts in the Casino district.' No. 25-04-05, Ballina to Tenterfield road, comprising clearing out 273 chains water-tables, 4 chains outlet drains, aud 10 chains top drains, and cutting 18i chains new top drains. Tho lowest' tender was, G. Pearee for £54 8s. No. 20-04-05, Ballina to Tenterfield road, comprising 17 chains forming, 468 cubic yards ballast, 100 cubic yards gravel. The lowest tenderer was J. Farrell for £94 l'ls; No. 2004 05, fencing both sides of resumed road through It. Biigden's property, to Coraki bridge, comprising 105 rods split feno iiui, 2 sets slip-rails'. The lowest tenderer was J. Moynihan for £31) lGs 'Jd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Unknown Friends. ? Tlioro tiro many people who have used ;Chamborlain'M Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid rosults, but who lire unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for publication. These people, however, aro none tho loss friends to this remedy. They havo done niuch towards making it a house hold .word by their persunal recommenda tions to friends and neighbours. Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera antl Diarrhoea Remedy is a good inoilicine to have in the home and is widely known for its cures of diarrhoea and nil forms of bowel trouble. For sale by Heathwood lirus. Sires of the Season. ,rv. ... „|1]CT-i Stand this Seuauu ut 11^ Serpentine Lugonn, Shannon I5iook, the Pony Minstrel, By the undefeated Emerald, dam by Lock ford, grand dam by Willie. Emerald won tirst ii ml champion prizes nt the Sydney Exhibition iu 1901. , ' ' ' ' - Terms— Single mare, £1 13a. ?Twiioi' mero a liberal reduction will.lie made. Also, the Draught St...
AFTER BANISHMENT. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
AFTER BANISHMENT. I ? ? CHAPTER III. NkarIjY a week passed before Le vaine paid liis promised call, and dur ing (lint time n daring robbery lind taken pin co at tlie priucipnl bunk «t Blnburn. The Black Eagle was again flic perpetrator of the deed, which lind beeu executed with even more thnu his usual audacious daring. The trembling J'oung bnnk clerk bad ♦old how a man lind entered the build ing during the dinner hour, and pre sented a cheque across the counter. It was for a large amount, und while the clerk turned to unlock the safe, the man leapt the counter and had gagged nud bound him before lie could utter a cry. * He then calmly proceeded to ran snck the snfe, while the horrified clerk watched liim, unnble to move hand or foot, and alter shilling his pockets with notes to the value of some £30,000, he had quietly lift the building, apologi sing to the prosliate man for the rough treatment to which lie had then been subjected to. As usual, there was no trace of tlie thief, but...
Dry-air System in Butter Factories [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Dry-air System in Butter Faotorlefe One of the most important develop ments during tliis year (says the Brisbane ' Courier') lias been tho application of the dry-air systoni to the latest butter factories in Queensland,- which gets over many of the objections which existed un der several of the older systems of chillum the manufacturing and packing rooms. The chilling of these rooms in butter factories has hitherto been performed by coils suspended from the roof or walls, operated by means of the direct expan sion of ammoniu or the circulation of chilled brine. Either of these systems ure regarded us objectionable owing to tho imperfect ineaus of ventilation. The use of closed insulated cool rooms having a. number of men employed iu them handling the butter, and' without perfect means of changing the air, results natur ally in contamination and injury to the butter. Under the latest system the men work in rooms having a volumo of pure dry chilled uir constantly passing through the r...
Mr. Crick on the Track. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Mr. Crick on the Traok. : In the Assembly Mr. Crick queried the i Premier -as to whether it was correctly reported in the evening papers that the Government had seen fit to remit the sentences of two would-be murderers of women to five years' penal servitude in stead of life? Will the Prime Minister lay on the table a precis of the reasons whereby tlie Jaxecutive Council ielt justi fied in letting off these two would be murderers with live years' penal servi tude t It seems to me a most extraor dinary thing, and I should like the House to havo full information. Mr Carruthers : If the lion, member desires to review the acts of- the Executive he will have to move for tlie production of the papers, and ' submit a specific motion. Mr. Crick : There are some very nasty re marks - being made about one of the I women, arid iu connection with u high otliciul. '
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
ONtfB tnjruin llic wlici'ls of lime inllieir ccnsulcss revolution lmvo brought iirounil the period when it is customary lor young and old. to. wish eneh other and , tlieir neighbours ' A Merry Christmas. V I Ins season of the year .brings I o niinil ihi.' basis of . all (rue religion and nil that is good in (he world, the nalaj day of that Christ, whom all true Christians revere and recognise as the Great Teacher of humanising thoughts and actions. It is just now we would do well io hark buck, and by self-scrutiny strive to see if we honestly ? perceive tlie weakness in our armour, wherein we have failed to act up lo our professions as follow ers of the lowly Nazarene. As n com munity the Richmond River has been blessed with a successful era of pro gress which other parts have lacked; but we do well to bear in mind these blessings aro but talents given to us all, and the responsility is heavy for their proper use. While other parts of the world, in many -.-instances, have had, and a...
Heavy Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
? -5-- ? ? — . Heavy Storm. On Monday evening last a very violent storm passed over the district, travell ing from the west to north aud then across Casino from the eastward. Heavy ? rain fell in town, fairly flooding mauy of the streets, and a strong wind accom panying it, the' combination did some damage: In their main store Messrs. O'Sullivan and Baker had fully £00 worth of goods damaged, while one of their bulk stores was uuroofod. The registered rainfall at Casino in about an hour was no less than 175 points, while' only 48 points fell at Wooroowoolgen and 110 points at Messrs. Devlin Bros, homestead, 011 the Lismore road.
Mail Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Mail Contracts. The Postal Dopartmeut has accepted the following tenders for the conveyance of mails in this Federal Electorate:--^ Tentorfield' to Lismore, T. Morrissey aud L. O'Keefe, £1098 ; Drake and Lower T00I00111, P. Waller, £80 ; Har woort to south Woodburn, Ij O Keefe, £'127; NVardell to Alstonville, C. D. M'Intyre, £75 ; Ballina post-office and wharf, J. Coleman, £22 ; Lismore to Rous, G. C. Britt, jun., £52 ; Casino to Coraki, Jas Cox, £05) 19s per annum for lliree years.
Result of Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
Result of Co-operation. / The last half-yearly report of tho North Coast (Byron Bay) Co-operative Co. shows that during that period 1381 tons of butter were manufactured, being an increase of 494 tons over tho correspond ing period of last year. During the same term 812!) pigs were converted into bacon, being an avorago of 312 per week, and an increase of 2o(i0 over tho corresponding period- of last year. Tho report stated that- 50 per cent, of the 'butter output lias been exported. For some time past top prices have ? been, realised. Ilivery tlung.in '.connection with tho-liquidation of tho old company aud the formation of the new is :no-v completed. Tho opera tions of 'the last- six months show a' turii ovoi' of £148,000.
Practically Idle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 23 December 1904
? -5, ? Practically Idle. At the best corner in the town of Casino there is practically lying idle ab solutely one of the best investments iu ii progressive community, what is :knowii as the School of Arts corner. The build ings at present there are certainly out of L-omti 1 , rr wi f.li f.l, u ,1 uu ,.„,1 ......l.i lecture we are glad to notice in all now structures erected of late years, or in. course of construction. By a judicious expenditure of say t'3000, the trustees, or committee, could have built a network of business premises that would easily bring-in a rental of from £400 to £500 a year, and be the means of creating an endowment for the purpose of further enlarging the scope- of the School of Arts. The annual cost for interest would certainly not exceed £100, so tho margin of profit would bo handsome in deed. Would- any progressive townsman holding such a valuable property hesi tate a moment to turn it to material ad vantage? We think not. Then it would . be wise t-jr tl...