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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Local and General News. I The Common.— Those having stock running on the Casino Common are again rotninded that such stock will bo impounded after to-day (Friday), unless they come to satisfactory terms with the Trustees for their agistment. Women's Political League.— A meet ing to be held at tho Town Hall at 3.30 p.m. to-day (Friday), to form a Women's Political League and Debating Society. As women are now entitled to vote at elections, the idea is a good one and should be the means of enlightening many of the fair sex, who have hitherto uot taken interest ill politics, in Parlia mentary matters. ? Annual Stouts. —As will bo seen in this issue, tho annual sports in connec tion with the Loyal Pioneer Lodae of Oddfellows will be held on Easter j Monday, April 13th. A meeting of the i members will be held this (Friday) even ing for the purpose of drawing up a pro gramme, which will be issued later on. Bathurst Burr. —We have been asked to draw the attention of the 'Resident Engineer ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

: SOUTH AKHICA. The splendid reception accorded Mr. Chamberlain in South Africa, his out spokenness and firmness in all matters of1 administration referred to him, and the sterling and kindly advice he has given both the Boers and Britishers, will mark the Colonial Secretary's visit, to that great continent as a very important event in British history and colonisation.- A strong man was re-, quired at the particular epoch, and he appeared in Mr. Chamberlain. It stands to reason that after such a war as that in South Africa, and the vaiious interests involved, that there will be many minor as well as impor tant difficulties to be coped With, and it is eminently satisfactory to the out lying parts of the Empire, which bore their part in the war, that tyich a clear-brained man is at tho head of the Colonial Department. It is equally pleasing to find out that Mr. Cham berlain is entirely in accord with the course pursued by the Administrator, Lord A. Milner, who has had a Her culean tas...

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 — 23 January 1903

Local and General News. I An Ahiie Shot. — Last week Made moiselle Borloz, a young lady belong ing' to a prominent family at Vichy, France, shot and nearly killed the Abbe Jacquetic, for not fulfilling a promise he made to relinquish his ecclesiastical calling and marry her. Richmond River Millet. — Messrs. Foster aud Sons showed an 'Evening News ' reporter their first sample to hand of new crop of millet from the Richmond Kivei — good, long, and well matured. It sold promptly at £20 per tor. in a scarce market, for broom-making 'in a Sydney factory. This was the firm's portion of a total shipment of twenty bales. A Dreadful Experience. — A man, Michael Harold, aged 82 years, had a terrible experience last week. 'He was living aloue in a hut at Thurgoona, and was overcome with paralysis. While lying in that, condition, he was attacked by ants. When found, be was insensible' and was literally covered with ants, some parts of his body being eaten away. He is now in the hospital in a c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Editorial Comments. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

JHtfitorial Counneiits ? THK JIUXICIl'AL ELKCTIONS. Tiru nomination of candidates to fill five vacancies — three ordinary, and two extraordinary — in the Casino Muni cipal Council, must reach the Mayor and Returning Officer riot later than Monday next, 2Gtli inst., at 6 p.m. The fact, also, that, the full Christian and surnames, with places of residence and occupations, must, be stated of candidates nominated should be borne in mind by their nominators, who are required to give similar particulars con cerning themselves ; and the nomina tors, in addition to having their names on the Municipal roll, must have paid their rates, otherwise the nominations will be informal. Separate nomina tions will iiave to be made for the extraordinary vacancies ; but-the same ratepayers may nominate one, two, or three qualified men for the ordinary vacancies. Iu view of the resignation of two old aldermen, the retirement of a third, and a backwardness that has been exhibited during several years past...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CASINO COURTS. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before Messrs. F. G. Adrian, P.M., and J. B. M'Dougall, J.P.) ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

THE CASINO COIJKTS. POLICE COURT. ✓ Tuesday, January 20. (Before Messrs. F. G. Adrian, P.M., and J. B. M'Dougall, J.P.) alleged larceny. Police v. William Leo. — This case, was I before the Court on a previous occasion, I when the presiding magistrate decided lie had no jurisdiction, and dismissed it. Accused was charged with stealing certain articles, the property of Leonard Sinclair, and was defended by Mr. Kissane. Leonard Sinclair deposed that he was a- ! labourer, and resided at Irvington ; had known accused for about two months, and met liiin first at. the wharf at Irvington ; was in the employ of Mr. H. M'Dougall ; accused was not in Mr. M'Dougall's em ploy at that time ; could not say tho exact date when he came ; was away when he came on to work ; they did not occupy- the same room ; the property (produced) was witness', and he valued it at £1 ; did not authorise accused to take the property ; left^ the things in the kitchen at Mr. M'Dougall's at Irvington ; accused had acc...

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 — 23 January 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., T Arp.hil.pp.l. ???'/. -?'.'? Woodlakk-Stkket, Lis.morb. ? Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects. Plans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may be consulted at Stirukss' Hotel. ? The Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Gasixo, Fkiday, Janlwhv 23, 1903.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TRESPASS AND DAMAGES, £10. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

SMALL DEBTS COURT. ? *' TRESPASS AND DAMAGES, £10; . G. N. Griffiths v. A: and J. Lockhart. . Mr. Butler for plaintiff', Mr. Kissane for defendants. James Soreuson deposed that ho was a stockman, and residod at Deep Creek ; witness was in tho employ of Mr. Griffiths on tho 27th December last ; was mend ing fences, about five miles from Casino, iu company with M. M;Dougall ; knew both defendants ; saw two men driving horses in tho next paddock, aud knew tho horses which wore driven out on to the road ; the men caught one, and then put the others back , one mare had a foal about a fortnight old. To Mr. Kissane : When witness first saw tlio men, tlioy were just going off' the landrf one of Lockharts' horses was among tho lot ; tlioy drove the horses about a quarter of a mile ; the fence was down in places ; the horses were canter-1 ing ; no dtpuage was done that witness know of. M. M'Dougall also gavo ovidonce, corroborating the previous witness. C. H. Anderson deposed that he was mana...

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

Weekly (jalcnrinr. .JANUARY. . -g -. ? ? g ? ..-! lr. watkr = £ ! a S % -5 ™ ?§ Sydney. 3 1? i C.2- .2 o -a vvirn* ? 3 ,.C'a2 « M ^ S j r --' = rr, 1 J MoivAft. a! a' ? f?/ ;????' '' I II. M. II. A.M. P.M.II.M. II.M. 23 F 12 c.i S!7 7 12 55 '228 '4 22 450 24 S 12 7 5 9 7 0 1'38 318 518 5 45 25 . S 12 7') . 10,7 fi 2 2 2 4 CC 9 033 ?20 M. 12 7 5 117 5 310 4 53 G5i».7 19 27l'f 12 7 5 12,7' 5 4: 0 535 738 .7 56 2S W 12 7 5 13 7 4 4 51 'G 15 3 12 S27 29 Th 12 8 5 14|7 4 5 44 .0 53 842 S56 Phases of the Moom. New Moon, January 29, 2.39 a. in. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Advertisements. ^HORTHANl) CLASSES. Classes for SHORTHAND will he held at the Town Hall, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 7.30 p.m., from the 13th January, 191)3. Intending pupils pleaso communicate at once by letter to Miss R. BARLING, Springhill, Casino. RICHMOND RIVER EXPRESS. SALE COPIES of the ' Express ' can be procured from the following Agents CASINO— Messrs. Stitz Bros. LISMORE— Mr. W. Rokeey. CORAKI — Mr. A. Larson. . BROADWATER— Mr. J. M'Kinnon. Single Copies — Tuesday's issue, 2d ; Friday's issue, 3d. GRIEVE & TURNER. p 0 U L T R Y. Silver Wyandotte Eggs, 7s Cd per setting. Minorca Eggs, No. 1 pen, 10s ; No. 2 pen, os per setting. - ; Buff Orpingtons, No. 1 pen, 10s ; No. 2 pen, 7s Cd per setting. J. SMART, Pound Hill, Casino, or G. R. CUMMING, Agent. ^NNIVERSARY DAY, 1903. SPORTS AT KYOGLE — ON — M»\DAY, 2«tli JiXl VItl (Anniversary Day.) £20 In Prizes. £20 KYOGLE HANDICAP (Footrace) of £5, 125 yards. First prize £3 10s, 2nd £1, 3rd 10s. Nomination, (Is) closes on 1...

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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Sletuurulogical lnt'oriiiutioii. Tiie following are the observations of emper.iture and rainfall in Casino, taken by the Telegraph Master at 9 a.m. each day, for tho week ended January 22nd : — Friday, Jan. ICi 84' j 53-' j O'OO Sat-urd'y, Jan. 17: 8S' I C2' ! O'OO Sunday, Jan. IS; 80' ! GO'S ! O'OO Alonday, Jan. 1!)| 94' j 55' -j O'OO Tuesday, Jan. 20, 9()'5 5S' ? 0 00 Wednes., Jan. 21 1 87' 58' 0 00 Thursd'y, Jan. 22 91' . I Co' 0 00 Average ? S9'92 58*78 Total rainfall..... ? ? ? 0 00

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Australian Bushranging THE EARLY DAYS. [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER VII.—THE LAST OF THE CONVICTS. THE EUGOWRA ESCORT ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Australian Bnshranging. THE EARLY DAYS., [By CHARLES WHITE.] /?'.? [C/ON'mUKD.] . CHAPTER VII.— THE LAST OF THE CONVICTS., , : THE EUGOWRA ESCORT . ROB BERY. His Honor then, addressing the ; prisoners Manns, Bow, and Fordyce, j said : 'It is my painful duty to pass ? on you sentence of death. Henry ; Manns, though sorry to add to- your ? distress, I must say that it is iin- j possible to avoia reraarKing mac you are, by documen ts before the Court self convicted of perjury. During the time of your trial the case ha.Sjbeen most clearly proved against you. No man can doubt that you are guilty. You have almost intimated a desire to plead guilty ; and that for the pur pose of securing the escape of 'Bow and 'Fordyce, by asserting that they were not present at the robbery, aud^hayhig two others' arraigned iij-tlieif, place, apparently in order to cast discredit upon tlio- testimony of the present informer (Charters) and having' some kind of . revenge upon him. ,But of j what value '^woul...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

, «a3WEaCAiL. NEWS. ' ; Last year 5,000,000 copies of the ( Bible were sold. Inspector Skilman, of Grafton, has been appointed to Wagga ; and Inspector Dnmimond has been temporarily ap pointed to Grafton. . It is estimated that the average wheat yield in the Manilla district will not exceod half a bushel per aero. The early corn crops have been entirely ruined. Cavanoiigii's Liver Tonic never fails to ^ give relief in all liver and kiduey complaints, i'or side, at all stores^* On Monday thore were 17 cases of typhoid fever in Maitland Hospital, and a number of patients woie being private ly nursed outsido that institution. A boy niimed Frank Hall, while standing outsido his residence at Cooper's Plains, Brisbane, on Friday afternoon, suddenly fell dead shot through ' tho heart. A'' bay shortly aftertvards appoared with a pea rifle; ? which it is presumed he had discharged without seeing' Hall. Tho entirn Medical profession discards tho use of nil- other Eucalyptus products but Sande...

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

-vtorth coast steam NAVIGA JN TION COMPANY, LIMITED. EXPRESS Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and ? ? SYDNEY. fnEB fast and powerful X screw Steamships RAMORNIE & TOMKI Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, leaving Sydney TUESDAY and SATLR D\Y and leaving CORAKI on TUES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). -r The fine steamer RAMORNIE now makin' regular weekly trips 1ms a refri gerating' chamber equal to 60 ' tons capacity, is electric ?lighted^tftroiJSHpl-t with electricity, ventilating 'fatis,i.n -tho Saloon, and all tnordern improvements. Tub Favourite Steamhr, CITY OF GUAFTOX, Leaves Sydney for the Riclitnon.l overv THURSDAY Evening, making-GOKA Ls.1 the Teriiiiinis, and leaves there every MONDAY MORNING, crossing 'Utfrom BALLINA on TUESDAY MORNING. This vessel has extended accommoda tion for LIVE STOCK of all kinds. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Touiki, St. George, or Ratnovnie by telephoning to Lismore, where Saloon plans may he seen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Special Advertisements. ~~ | Chemist 8z Dentist I sj ? «o»:»o©-oi- ? | GEO. J. MORTIMER, I $ CHEMIST Ss DEHTIST, | a Baukei: Street, Casino. -P | Painless Dentistry, j I 0 Teeth Extracted Painlessly % 0 By THE A[l) OK Nitkoks- 4 r Oxide Gas, &c. 5 J Local A-iucstbutics when ? d Required. A \ Teeth Stopped in Gold and ? 0 Amalgam Fillings. % ? Artificial Teeth Mounted on- € « Gold, Platinum,- and Vulcanite, ® J ®- TEETH SCALED. -© € a Children's Teeth Regulated. % K A Large Stock of Drugs, % 4 Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries -? ? Patent Medicines, Perfumery j? 5 and Toilet Requisites, always - A kept in stock, 0 r such as - ' £ 5 Hair Bruslieg. 4 « . Tooth Brushes. v J - Nail Brushes. k 5 Combs. £ 0 ?' Tooth Powders. -p 5 Toothpastes. \ - Toile^ So.aps. £ « Sponges, &c. $ Spectacles to Fit all Ages, j* a Prescriptions and Family Receipts # j (Accurately Compounded. a jj Agent for , 2 | ZOELLER'S | 0 Inoculating lustrum ens 0 9 country Orders Promptly Attended To £ | GE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

CLARKE'S S 41 PILLS are warranted to cure, in oithor sex. till acquired or consitutional Discharges from the Urinary Orgairn, Gravel, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury.' Estab lished upwards of 30 years. In boxes 4s Od each, of all Chemists and Paten Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Proprietors : Tub Lincoln and Midland Counties Dhuo Company, Lincoln, England. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Advertisoments.^ /CENTRE 'STREET, BUTCHERING \J BSTAULISIIMI^NT, TIIL Bitilx.n, Cvsino O. H. Greemstreet, Having purchased tho above Old-Established Butchery, trusts to merit. .a coutinuanoc of support- by . 8iipplynig':the: best,- of Moat:. procurable, :aiul prompt attention to orders, toi icadj money. pUBLIC NOTICE ?We lieroby- give. notico-, tlia't w'oShavo ;? a p-; ! pointed Mit.' A. 1'. .'IflilLL our, vDistneti : Agont, who will receive nainos of;.Snbsori lieis fot ?,tho^j- 'Hxpress,' and orders -for Pi lilting, Advertising, 'f&e. -Hisj receipt' for all money received m our behalf. will bo. accopted as'sutfieicut discharge. . ORIEVK & TURNER, -f 'Express' Otiice, Casino. Wante:dcKnown r . rj^HAT THE UNDERSIGNED HAS 3E'OS& SS^SL-XaES' : SELECTIONS. FARMS (of all areas), ? BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, : in: allipiMs-. of the Disti ict FAT CATTLE , \ ' STORE: CATTLE^ ^ .U S ? ^ DRAUGHT & BLOOD HORSES (biokon , : and; unbioken).~v stallions:, ,r c Wnte ^foi ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

!Fat Cattle.— At Homobush, on Mouday last, Uipwards of 703 liead of cattle were yarded, representing 40 consignors, chiefly froin't.he south and southern border districts, Avitli i larger proportion fi'om tho north and west than of late.. The yardings included a very fair proportion of prime medium and li«'ht-.weight bullocks, not many prime and In, ll/mlra ? nhnnt. MTO r-nu's and heifers. all qualities forward, aud including a good ' number of prime ; a few bulls also forward. Thero was a full attendance of buyers, and as tho supply was evidently below trade requirements the market opened to active competition at a rise on all descriptions, and fully '20s per head on ?prime bullocks and cows. ...Quotations : Yards of prime bullocks, £13 10s to £14; odd extra prime bullocks, to £14 17s Cd ; good bullocks, £10 to £11 10s ; medium bullocks,' £(i 10s to £7 10s : li'ht ahd inferior bullocks aud steers, £5 t(T.t'C. Cows : Yards of prime cows, £'J to £10; extra prime cows, £10 10s to £11;...

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

? F.,lt from ll.r f..tr Ae^nU- /^BEStN (anchor) E-R,C'?'°'Ltd-' ( ON ) \fence/ s^- \earthJ KEMPS' PATENT '11 SHEEP BRANDING , LIQUID. E. RICH 4 CO., Ltd., Sydney. . i , . . . ^ Who is Bob Brunton ? WHY I 'FTTH T^TTlTnT^R SHOP i IN WALK BR STREET, CASINO (Opposito the Town Hall), WHERE he Sells Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes of every good brand ; Pipes, plain and silver mounted ; Fancy Goods of every description; Electroplated Ware a speciality ; Ladies' and Gent's Watches ; Prayer Boobs, Birthday Books, &c. ; Perfumery, Silk Handkerchiefs aud Toilet Soaps. — also, — An Up-to-date Hairdressing Saloon, Where you will be treated with Cleanliness and Civility. IHIIE 3 IS ?^7-0$BBnP23E 'VISIT. ? ? : ? » M. J. JONES, — - TS'to nunie 11 tal Mason, — — LISMOEE. f __ . Photographs au^ MONUMENTS J,1 fB — — - „ Designs , ? ? ^ ^or w'' rd,ed Fre^e CASINO AGENT— M:t. JAMES PAGE, EAST-STREFT STITZ BROTHERS, Barker Street, Casino. The Old Established House .for : STATIONERY Kv. .? ,/ BOOK...

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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

''BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. ' Following were the wholesale prices in : Brisbane on 'Tuesday : — ' ' ,? Maize : Argentine, to 4s 7d per bushel. Bran, £8 per ton ; pollard, £10. r Chaff : Oaten, prime, £C to £G 5s per ton. ' Hay :? Oaten, hyilraulic, £S per ton.; Potatoes : Circular Head, inferior, 4g per owt..; Brightons (Victoria), 4s, passed., ._ Hams: Pineapple, la Id to is 2d ; Mild Cure,: Is Id per ib. ; Bacon: Pineapple, flitches, 13d per lb ; Mild Cure, flitches, 13d, and, sides. 14d.':. Butter : Local, factory, lOd to lid per lb sou tlie I'D, 10-id to lid. J',;.. -j|£ » Cheese : N.Z., medium aiid, large, 9d to lOd per lb.; Victorian 8-id to OiJ../ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

r Would You Like '1 j A Good Suit I | Of Clothes j; I Made to Order for 42s? || I DROP A LINE TO !- | The London Tailoring- Depot, | £ . . 264, George Street, Sydney,' § X 'V7'OU will reset ve by return mail a fall range of Samples and 2 J X. Materials, a Measuring Tape, and a Simple Self-Measurement X 0 Form, Positively Free. , 5 1 We Make Suits to Measure for 42s. | % That Can't be Equalled in Your Town for 63s. S 2 We pay carriage to any part of New South Wales. We make to % J your measure and guarantee a perfect fit. Satisfaction assured or g 2 your money back: g I London Tailoring', Depot, | S 264, GeorgeStreet, Corner Bond Street, Sydney. * rjlOWN HALL ARTISTS' & FANCY GOODS SHOP, CASINO For Stationery & Jewellery, Fan y: Goods and Tobacconists Goods, ?? Artists' Materials and Art Studies, Picture Framing, LESSONS IN OIL PAINTING,/ CS-O TO J. & N. S T R A N G, Booksellers Sc Stationers, TOWN HALL, CASINO. ? :o: ? Agent for WICK'S and Co., Jewellers, &am...

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