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The Peanut for Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

The Peanut for Poultry. The peanut is one of tlie best foods tliat I liave ever fed to poultry (says a writer in the Texas ' Stockman'). It far excels maizes, wheat, or oats for laying liens as weli as for growing chicks. 1. Hens or chicks will not get fat on peanuts as they will on maize or wheat. - 2. Hens will lay more eggs and chicks will grow faster than if fed on maize or wheat. 3. They are health-giving food to all kinds of poultry. 4. They will grow on almost any kind, of soil from the poorest white sand to sandy clay. 5. They will get ripe farther north than the earliest maize. 6. You can raise more peanuts to a given piece of ground than yon can of maize or wheat, and it is not so much work to raise them as it is to raise maize. 7. They are the best feed to throw in a scratching shed with tops and all, and hens can be keep busy all day. They will work for them and lay too. Wherever the peanuts (or eathnuts, as they are sometimes called) have been tried in N.S. Wales succes...

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

Itchiness ol'tlie Skin. . Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker, Nothing tuxua a man's puticncu Like uny itchiness of tlie skin. Piles almost drive you crazy ; All clay they make yon miserable, All night they keep you awake. Just the same with ecuenm. Such miseries are daily decreasing : People are learning they can lie cured, Learning the merit of ] loan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that Doan's Ointment will cure l'iles, Eczema, or any irritation of the skin — Head the testimony of n Casino citizen.. Mrs. T. G. M'Mahon, who lives in South Casino, opposite tho butter factory, says : — ' I must say that I liavo never found anything like Doan's Ointment for healing purposes— it is really splendid. I had occasion lo use it on some of tho children who wore suffering from painful and obstinate eruptions of the skin, and the quickness with which it completely healed same was surprising. I might also state that I tried Doan's Dinner l'ills for sick headache and biliousness. They are *' ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

GOMvVIEKCiALi ? i\EWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. f ' i ? '^'\r '* 1 ? - » - i' 11:11: Exp reus 0Mlue,Thur-5-luy. ' Following aro the. quotations for. farm and dairy oduce ruling Iu Uiwino to-day ; - i 4 « -w*»MVl!0UIWAI,B. 1 I * £ a 'u £ 'a ,o i Maize, per busliel- O^u.. 0 ' *? r 0/.0, 0 » i . Z1 C'lmtf, per ewtl.i ? 0: ?- ?? U- U : 0.;, .,i iiay, oaten, per ton 0 u .? ? U 10; 0 « ,i ? Oaw. pur busiicl : : 'r. , 0 ^ 0 v :- U S-0 Eggs, per doZ'/n' f Ujlfk0* 0 1-«I« * Mutter, local factory.; ' U 0 10* , 0. 1, 0 . - . JUuttcr, dauy ? . ^0 0^ 0 0 10 ? t ~ - '*? ' '

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

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

! Religious Scrviccs. Church op Enrland (Casino District) — January 25th, third Sunday after Epiphany, Neil'. Park, Confirmation Class at 10 a.m., Matins and Holy Communion, at 11 a.m., Fairy Hill,. Evensong ami Holy Communion, at 3 p.m., Casino, Evensong at 7.30 p.m. $ Wednesday, Jan. 2Stli, Casino, Cjminuni caut'a Union, at 8 p.m. ; Friday, Jan 30th, Choir Practice. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. PRESBYTERIAN CiltlKUH UP AUSTRALIA — Sunday, January 2jth', Coraki at 1 1 a. mi., Tathum at 2.30 p.m., Casino at 7.30 p.m. —Supply. Methodist Cuuroii of Australasia— Sunday,' Jan. 25th, Casino dt 11 a. in. and 7.30 p.m., Clovass ut2.30p.m. ; Muiulay, Jan. 20th, Casino at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. J5. Danks. Sunday, Jan. 25th, Casino at 7.30 a.m., Spring Grove at 11 a.m., Naughton's Gap at 2.15 p.m. ; Wednesday, Jan. 2Sth, Runny f inede (Aborigines' Station).— Rev. C. Bark nr. Sunday, Jan. 25th, Wooroowoolgen at *2.15 p.m. — Mr. H. C. .Simpson. Sunday, Jun^ 2oth, Mougogarie (Mr. Alcock's) at 11 a.m. — Mr. J...

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Notes by "Bushman." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

IVotcs E)y .'' HSiistumin.'' Seising, Mr. Editor, tli vfc you arc -tuLl up of Press umfctci' ]ust;no\v, I- would nofc. trouble you this week were it not fcliafc . Mr. Hoskuig'a - letter -hikI a - few! other items in your last 'issue-cull for a little' further elucidation. ? T may by way of a sunt tell my old fuend Hoakmg -who, liy the wiiy, is one of tlio: uiOHt enthusi-' Kstio debaters -j tliafc when: religion in vades civil avenues or public domains-it becomes matter for ojjbii criticism.- ''I: limy also tell Mr. Hoskmg that,- provid ing sectarian contention -be avoided, there is no ivork extant which calls for more deep study and open criticism than, does the Bible. Tho Hi hie endeavours, to operate m a kind of double-barrelled, way. It tries to iniluenco-'raojuiin^s^fi Immunity, and also plunder tlie wages of toil. This, Sir, is to run and maintain ;ii; doctrine, the theory of which is imb'orily contradictory and absurd in itself, but'is opposed to natural laws, and rotten at it...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

[By Tjsleoiiaph.] SYDNEY, Thuksday. ^ Tha Produce' 'Market.'. ? ; - ' ' *? Butter advanced one penny. / Pasteurised : is quoted at lUd per lb; creamery, lid ; ?factory, lOjl. : v- Maize: Clarence Rivor, new,, ,5s 3d per: -bushel ;, Arijentiiie, 4s .3d to . 4» . 8ib .;t »?'.??;? ;'.i . ' Eggs :* Noithern riversj' lOd to 'lid per : dozen, j .iJh ? - ' * ? : ? r. -.

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Registration of Firms Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

Htugislratiou of Firms let I U ad Lit tlie above Act, -\vlncli came into lorce on the 1st inst.* 1 1 is. provided i ' that- evenji person carrying on; business i oijrliiiving a place of business, under a name or stylo other. tlian^tlie-i ull name, ot'tlie^.persoii-or .persons:coiiceriied''iu „tbc business i^ leqnued to u-gjster in the ; oihee .ot tlio ftegi.s'trar-Geiieral a .stalenientcontaini.ncr.partiiculars'6t the full Obrisi'iaii'.andc sarilaTnesgand t lift, addresses, of^tlu^sfiyjenillpersoiis^caiM'y 'ing ou.:tbo'busiue.«s, the iiTiture ot the busines's, find'tho name under which it is c.uiied on. ^ ^ - The Act^pvoyicleR^liat 'every tirm canning 'on 'lnisiiiei-s, or liavirg any placo ot business. . . . under u hrm-name 'iwlucli '. docs not consist of :i the fullioi^'theuisnal -lifimes ;of . all the i partnersr-nYitbout\ any. addition,'' and ' every person carrying on business or having:-/5uiv,;place»of .ibusinesS. under 'any* firm-name; consisting of or con taining any name' o...

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

SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Following 'are? the J wholesale quotations iu Sussex-street,' Sydney : — . ?- ' ? Wheat : Suath Australian seed, in Sydney, Gs 6d per bushel ; South Australian, 'prime 08 7d to 5s 8d f.o.b. Port Adelaide. Flour: N.^S. Wales, best roller, £1*2 per ton ; ordiuary brands, £11 15s ; Manitoba, on spot, £13 to £13 5s. Sydney millers will uot book- roller -flour aheail at £12.: . _ - Maize : Northern River grain, 5s ; prime, 5s 3d per bushel ; southern grain, enoiee, 5s 5d to 5s (id ; Argentine, '4a 5d to 4s Oil. Bran, Is 5d per iiushel. '.. Pollard, Is Ud per bushel.,. - Chlekwheat : Local, to 5s 9d per bushel ; Adelaide,- 5s. lOcl. ? I, .. ????:.?' Barley':' Prim'efeed,'to'4s 3d per bushel'. Oats : Tasmania!!, 3s 7d to 3s 8d ; prime, 3s lOd ; New Zealand; prime, 4s to 4s Id ; good, to 3s lid ; interior, 3s'Uil per bushel. - - Oaten -Hay : Local; prime,' to .£7 10s per ton ; medium, to £6 ; inferior, to £4 ; South ??? . 'Australian, derrick bales, -to £5 JOs. ' : Luc...

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

Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering. THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Case of tyre. E. H PRISON. / (BY A SYDNEY REPORTER ) . The value of expert knowledge in the various' imiaiuts of life is rendily admitted ? by .Mrs. Kinm.i Harrison, of No. 19, Little lilooniiiulii-Ktrect,, Surry Hills, who staled to our lu'porter that by occasional practical aympnlhy and intelligent help we may gre;itly assist our neighbour!, and promote the prosperity of the distressed. Continu ing, Mrs. liarnson caul : — ??Iain thankful for what my past me thods have accomplished, and in justice to those around inc 1 will tell you what those methods wore, and why they were em ployed. For many months I had sufTerod terribly from indigestion and debility, and 1 hopo never to po through tho same misery again, for my hfo was a burden to me. I felt so dull and drowsy that if I took a meanircnient for a dress I would forget it if 1 dnl not write ltdown immediately, out the strange part of i...

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

Sweethearts and Wives. Tub rector of Haslemere, Surrey (the Rev. G. H. Aitken), speaking at the local Workmen's Institute on ' Sweethearts and Wives,' said no. man had a right to have a sweetheart unless he intended to make her his wife, if she would have him ; and no man had a right to have a wife unless he made lier his sweetheart for {life. He did not know where the rule came from that the men should do the pick ing and choosing ; but lie was certain that, if the women had to do it instead the world would be a much better place.

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

Wholesale Iponmong'eps £& Hardware Mepehants, IMPORTERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ^3*^ MACHIJsTE : : F (!) R : : MT SawmilBs, Plantations, Engineers, Agriculturalists, &c. 'W: We Carry the LARGEST STOCKS in the Commonwealth of Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps, Woodworking Machinery, Household and Builders, and General Ironmongery, Agricultural Implements, Coachbuilders and Blacksmith Supplies. ~ ~ AGENTS FOR: - ~ Buckeye and- Albion. Mowers, Spal&iiig-Slo'b'biiis Botary Disc Ploughs, Sock Island or Buford : : ; - ; = ; Ploughs, Snow Duplsa Steam Pumps, 8so. .= : = ~ - Alice and Edward Streets, BRISBANE, also at., TOWNSVILLE (N.Q.), ' .. . and LONDON. ^

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

PLANT NOW. — All kinds of Evergreens and Tropical Treos, Guavas, Orna mental Trees, Rosos, &o., iu pots from Is. Paspnlum Dilitatinu Roots, &c., to bo had from D. J. M'AULIFFH, Grconridgo, ngont for Sydnoy and Brisbane Nurserymen. '^j' O T I C E. All Persons found TRESPASSING and SHOOTING in Spring Hill Paddocks will bo PROSECUTED. R. BARLING.. O T I C E. All STOCK TRESPASSING in my Pad docks or on any of my Leases, aftor APRIL 21st, will bo IMPOUNDED. 1 ' . W. J. TOMKINS, ' Braemar. O T I C , E. Persons found-TRESPASSING, SHOOT ING, FISHING, or otherwise, on the TABULAM HOLDING, will be PROSE CUTED. 1 R. BARNES, Manager. ^ O T I C E. All Persons Nfound Shooting, Snaring, or Othorwiso Trespassing on STRATHMORE FARM, will be Prosecuted without respect to persons. . _ JOHN MAGNA\* o . .'j:' , i; . , .0 , ei POISON -is' FREELY LAID oniKYOGLE ESTATE. . ? '.' ' S A. CAMPBELL, Manager. O T I C E. Any person . found TRESPASSING, SHOOTING, or OTHERWISE, on KYOGLE will bo PRO...

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

«E\CUIL XKWS. Cumous Law Case. — The Paris law courts are occupied with an extraor dinai-y case. The Vicomte des Vesins applied for authority to obtain the custody of his daughter. The Vi comte married, in 1808, Mile. Abadie, daughter of a millionaire cigarette paper manufacturer. After twenty tive years of married life they were divorced, the husband taking the son and the mother the daughter. The Vicomtesse developed a passion for lion taming, aud, though a million aire, toured Europe as a professional, appearing masked on the stage. Lately she retired, but is now a dealer in wild beasts at Hamburg, and threatens to bring out her daughter as a lion tamer. The father has applied to the courts to have her removed from her mother's custody. The Patikxt Woke up. — James M' Arthur, a middle-aged man, who was taken to the Melbourne Hospital in a semi-comatose condition, was so effectually aroused, with the aid of an electric battery, that he attacked and kicked the dresser, turned liim ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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POET'S CORNER. PRAYING AND HOEING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 23 January 1903

PGET'S CORNER. - | PRAYING AND HOEING. Said Farmer Jones, in a whining tone, To his good old neighbour Grey : ' I've worn my knees thro' to the bone, But it ain't no use to pray. ' Your corn looks twice as good as mine, Though yo'i don't pretend to be A slunin' light in the church to shine, An' tell Salvation's free.' Said Fanner Grey to his neighbour Jones, III his easy, (juiet way : ' When prayers get mixed with lazybones They don't make farming pay. ' Your weeds, I notice, aro good and tall In spite of all your prayers : . You may pray for corn till the heavens fall If you don't dig up the tares. 'I mix my prayers with a little toil Along in every row. An' I work this mixture into the soil Quite vigorous with a hoc ; 'An' I've discovered; though still in sin, As sure as you are born, . This kind of compost, when well worked in, Makes pretty decent Corn. 'It's well to pray both night and moru, As every farmer knows ; ' But the right place to pray for thrifty corn Is right between ...

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

Ail Australian Xavy. Referring to tbe opinions in favour of an Australian navy controlled by Australia, and the exposition of a similar policy by the Canadian Min ister of Defence, the London ' Daily Chronicle ' savs : — ' It is true that Sir Edmund Barton and his Govern ment are committed to the agreement adopted at the Colonial Conference, but the Federal Parliament is not committed, and the electors are not. Very foolishly, as we think, in Aus tralia's financial interest, the popular idea favours an Australian-owned and Australian-controlled navy. It will, of course, be many times more costly than the easy terms on which the services of a British squadron could be secured, but it will be ' Australia's own,' and that is a phrase to coujure with. At all events, that is the policy which is being advocated by Mr. Reid and some of the more influential papers in the Commonwealth, and as Mr. Reid's success at the next Federal election seems to be accepted as, at least, probable,, the su...

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

Useful Hints. Ik a cork should be too large for the neck of a bottle, drop it into boil ing water for three minutes, and it will be found to lit quite easily. Glass, if rinsed in cold water, after washing in warm soapsuds, will be brighter and clearer than if washed and rinsed in hot water. Milk keeps much better iii a shallow bowl than in a jug. A lump of sugar dropped into the milk will help to keep it sweet. Meat keeps nicely if it is wiped with a dry cloth and hung up in a cool, airy place, with a muslin bag lillcd' with charcoal on each side. Fish which has to be kept for any length of time should be cleansed, wiped dry, aud rubbed over- with . coarse brown sugar. Wash before cooking.

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

All Awkward Meeting. Quite recently a daily paper con tained the following matrimonial advertisement: — 'A lady of mature age, but looking young and feeling so — tall, blonde, imposing, and graceful, at the same time rich — wishes to again enter the bonds of matrimony.' The lady received a number of replies, but. she was not long in deciding. One of them (a typewritten one) took her fancy, and she arranged an interview. On a certain day she would be at the railway station wear ing iu her corsage a nosegay of lilies of the valley, while the' gentleman was asked to wear a led rose in his button hole. With beating hearts, advertiser and responder arrived on the platform, the lady wearing the lilies and the gentleman his red rose. But before either had time to beat a retreat or conceal the compromising badges the lady fourd herself face to face with her own son ! She turned as white as her lilies and he as red as his rose, a.id both speedily took to their heels.

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

Starving Inlanders. . Some little time ago we were given to understand tlmt the Government, intended to grant, relief to all wbo were really distressed in tlie country ; bat it seems lliat the producers, as ever, are being neglected, while workers — or rather the unemployed — of the city are being looked after. Last week about 100 unemployed ?waited npon Mr. Barnes. M.L.A., at Gootan^undra, and asked him to ob tain relief work in the district. In reply, the member said that £20,000, voted by Parliament, was squandered about Syduey. He stated that he could not get either money or satis faction from tlie Government. If be did not get the money promised he 'would not support the Government, any louger. He bad received a letter that morning, saying that £75 was available to spend on the Courthouse and grounds, and £400 for the Gun dagai Police Station. The recent, rains certainly proved of benefit to many spots in the State; bat there are hundreds of ruined set tlers looking for somethi...

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

I y® y ^ e v'20ur anc* buoyancy o! health arc secured by the timely and regular use of Mother Selgel's Curative Syrup — a natural ffl tonic and blood purifier compounded of fruits, roots and herbs, It tones the liver, regulates the bowels, promotes the thorough digestion of food and thus sustains and nourishes both brain and body with an abundant flow of pure rich blood. iSEIGELS 1 JagM 'Six years ago,' says Mr.T. Martin, |§ wnK |f|^ of 91, Brougham St, Sydney, N.S.'W., NffiiiP' ® 'I began to suffer from quite a complication of complaints. I ISdsT' » was both bilious and dyspeptic, and suffered excruciating agony in my back. ' One doctor told me I was suffering from dyspepsia yS|$laL JMwxk an-* en'arBemcnt of the liver, but his treatment failed to cure me, and not until I used Mother Seigei's Syrup and Plasters I find permanent relief. I continucd with the remedies ^|||j|||P-^for nine weeks, by which time I was permanently re-i$M? |||||i^ Roots &

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