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Straight Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Straight Talk. , . . At , one ...of ,. his j recent, meetings, speaking 011 ' God,' Dr. Torrey, the famous evangelist, who has made such a stiri'ir Scotland, Ireland, and' Eng land,' said that in modern thought, so called, God was nowhere. , Man was the -whole thing: NAi. modern novelist had unduhiken. to dictat'e to 'God. In modern thought' we. bad\a very great man and a very, 'small God. ??Look 'here, you' man,' he, continued, ? '?That are talking., about ; what God ought to do, who aro yon'? I will tell you. Yon are ono;oul of fifteen hun dred millions like yourself that inhabit the earth. Not very -big, are you? One out of fifteen hundred millions. And what is . the earth? Oh, the earth is so small, in comparison wtili .1 he. sun, iliat. if the- sun we're hollow you could take one million four hun dred thousand earths like this that you and I live upon, and, throw- them all 'into the sun. And there would si ill be.-. left room enough, for them to rattle round. And what is the su...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

PITH AND POINT. ' Mr. Gray, dentist, makes a professional visit to Coraki on Tuesday next. There aro more than 1800 miles of water pipes underlying London streets. Don't forget to look up particulars of auction sales notified in this issue. Usual mooting of Protestant Alliancu o ? ? ? rii...„„i_ ? .- ? ? o.. ?.... iila v x ucauitj uvtHiiuj^, at Rumour says that a resident *of Casino lias been left a considerable sum of money. It is reported General Kuropatkin is paid i'29,(HM) a year by tho Rusniau authorities ! Professor Mackay was an extensive prize winner at tlio Warwick Caledonian sports. ?. -J'liore'aro still some pretty New Year's gifts le.ft^it, J.-T. Cradiclc's. Tlieie aro indications of ' another disas trous coal iiuucrs' strike 111 the Newcastle dislnct 1 Admiral. Togo is a Roman Catholic, Iiav mg bei-ii 'converted ? to Christianity in Englnnd ' / :;Tho'tirst sitting of the Cn-ftuit Ciairt: will bo /hold 111 Lismore on /Wednesday,. 4th Ootobei next. ? . An area of 20 acres...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

? imwww w-«i«i ? ? u ]: H@THER SE18ELS j I SYRUP i Indigestion means torturing pain, incessant weariness.- . r' *= ==a '. wi'iituhi'il- days ami wakeful n i ^ 1 1 1 .-* . It means sttirvcd, J, -QTRrninTH Wowl, starved .muscles, a starved body and .a starved ft O 1 KLIlU I rl brain i in short, it means shattered health' and a bioken [ TO' TH' constitution unless you rout it out , without delay. * , Molher.Seiscrs Syrup is tlie national reniedy 'lor. tiKlt U/ip'ik K ' cest'ioh In sixteen countries. ' Its uniivalleil reputation is | v' ? , backed liy .thirty-live years . ?, j . -r— - ' j— — : — i unbroken success in curing j ' I . ? I ~ ' Indigrs'ion.. Hi'.iousness, 'I led it to be nothing . ? ? |£ N E R G Y and all ailments that arise siiiivl ol a duty on my part,' - libiii a disordered condition \ writes Mi;. Tlimiias \Vc»t, ?..- TO THE ol the stoinach, liver and ''ol John St., Collinnwopd, . j* ivi#si;i'iri' ' y: 'kidneys.' It' .cured Mr. j Melbourne, on April Villi,- tANUUlVi . - A...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

: Casino Hospital, ' Tun regular meeting of tho com luitteo was held in the Town llall on Thursday evening last. Present — Messrs. W. G, Simpson (in chair), J. T. Junor,' A. M'Kellar, J. Latchford, W. P. Pope, A. C. Simpson, L. E. Cope, W. G. Mackney, F. 13. Tyrrell, He v. C. F. Seymour, F. Stitz, and A. W. Simpson (Secretary). Dr. Stephens was also present. Minutes of previous meeting were confirmed, 011 the motion of Mr. A. Simpson,, sec onded by Mr. Tyrrell. Letter was read from Mr. L. E Cope, for executors of tho will of the late Jamos Walker, a patient, advising that he had willed an allotment aud cottage 011 the Wharf road to the Hospital, reserving a life interest therein for tho widow. The executors recom mended letting tho cottage, and. that tho committee pay cost of Walker's funeral. Oil tho motion of Mr. Tyrrell, secon'ded by Mr. Junor, it was decided to adopt ?the suggestion. 'The Board .of Health wrote approving of alterations made in plans for isolation wards and opera...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crowd-Catchers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

' Crowd-Catchers. ?-»? A North London hatter, spurred- 011 ?by the opening of a rival establishment close by, wentto; considerable expenso iu .securing /.-a good ?' crowd-catcher.' In the space behind his big window -waR set up a mechanical .-dummy man, ? life-size, and attired in clothes of fashionable cut., the head boing crowned with a glassv uiit/-,,!, ' ' i..i..,ii..j k /?»„.. ? ? ? . iciwcnuu v/ur niynsn half-guinea , speciality.' Stuck in an amber holder between the '.dummy's 1 lingers was a cigar. When this was lighted, and the machinery wound up, tho dummy gentlemau brought the cigar ^tu his lips, took a long drawi and as his hand-dropped Ur its original position , ex pelled Lhe smoke gracefully through his nostrils. This ingenious figure cost £50, but the enterprising hatter admitted that it was well worth the money, the fume of j 1 the smoking model iu his window causing his establishment to be talked about iu 1 all quarters. Bush tires in West,' Australiu have swept 120 ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

The Federal Capital. ? ' Mr. T. E. ' AViLLia writes to the ' Herald' : — In rejecting - t he Dalgety Monaro site chosen. by- the Federal Legis lature,; the- New. South Wales Parliament has lost sight of the fact that a prosperous new . settlement would be created in the soutnern exu'enniy ot Tlie ; State by. the. expenditure of Federal capital, and a great commercial, shipping port would spring, up at Twofold. Bay, ..giving new- life, and ^energy , to .what is now , a liegr ? looted portion :of ? this Common wealth, : and- instead of-being '' the- ruin of Syd ney, ' as. some opiiononts have ])ictured, Twofold Bay would be a new source of wealth to the Sydnoy meichant.s and tradesmen, not by- -.taking--' trade away from them, but- by dealings, with them Just as ^ewcii.stle piospei.s hy being able to ship; the produce of. the/ great inland districts direct, to ?? all', parts of ? the world, its prosperity holps ?-- the commercial in terests, of Sydney. New Zealand pros pers as a whole...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disfigured by the X-Rays. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Disfigured by the X-Rays, D11. Hall Edwauhs, Birmingham, a.i leading authority 011 X-rays, is suflbring from dermatitus disoase, which attacks' surgeons- experimenting with Rontgen's discovery. His hands are fearfully dis figured. . being almost -covered ' with*- a khici or wart, xne nans are olacK, and the. skiu . coarse and dry. ' There is, it seems, 110 specific remedy for the disease/ .the only thing to bo done being'to refrain froin operating. Sir Oliver' ^odgo. in fterviewed on Tuesday on the subject,, expressed the opinion that the X-rays' themselves were not responsible for the sores, but something which accompanies them, and which can be' screened off by suitable appliances, whereas no screen will completely obstruct: the rays.^ -The danger does not affect-, patients to -the? same degretv though lie added'tlnit si. me unfortunate results had in tlie past been produced , upon ,, patients ; also. ; With.' suitable precautions dermatitus might be avoided. It - would be injudic...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sandy's Selection. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

I Sandy's Selection. .Uni-i-;i; this title. Steele Rudd has published another of his humorous volumes descriptive of life ' 011 the land ' in the bnek blocks. Here is a description of a bush family taken from 'Some, Neighbour's oT tjamlr'n ' : — ''Tl'in .Taltv* mviwd fnnin rn t.t.ln .-lin i' they only came round the place when the wheat was coming 011. Tliey po.. 'sessed fowls, too, and -a pet, kangaroo,' an einu, and a magpie. . T.h'se were always at: liouie. i-'.L'liOv kaugHroo^aiid? einu n«e-l lo foragc;near the road/aiirl-. race drovers-niid idiepbercl'iv dogs 'lri.ui. the tenco to the house, whei i' tho mag pie would' lend a. handy . and would slang the. retreating canines, Talty was a methodical man, and farmed'ou a system — a good system I10 reckoned was everything 011 a: farui. . He cooked for shearers'lialf the year, and grow vwheat and - pumpkins, .and: ineJom-i.--(aud»v!.,,Klraiiiud.''.$3lioiiey.':i'.tlie- other half. :. He pottered .about till n I liiours. of .t.h&am...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horse Racing with a Vengeance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Horse Racing with a Vengeance. A HORsii race from Bordeaux to Paris, which -lasted -four- days, concluded' at Taris in the. middle of- October, vvheu t from in'orning' ,1111 til / night - poor, ' ex hausted beasts, j most of them pitiably the worse for the taxing contest,.: strug gled into the. capital. r, They - had been 1 ridden or driven 460 milns. . TIih ivimmi. , Anatole, eovered-the distance iu 50 hours 40 minutes. ..The contest was open to mounted horses and horses harnessed to ' sulkies,'' and when the start' was made half-u-dosseu of the former and 41 of the latter were- sent on the longr journev. Anatole, a.- harnessed competitor, took1 the lead at once, and kept it, and .when she trotted into Versailles . she- looked, considering her long journey, Very fresh. On the first day Anatole travelled 82 miles, 011 the second 8-1,' and the third 90, on the fourth 97, and 011 the filth she did not stop until she had covered 107 miles. M. Uordes, who drove a ' sulky ' the whole way...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. A. J. C. Races. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

SPORTING NEWS. j A.J C. Races. SATUtlHAY. V Trial Stakes— Talofa 1, Isos' 2,; Ran giora 3.* : Flying 'Handicap— ^Portland Light 1, Zytlios, 2, Handsome 3. v NuraoryHaiidica]}— Mutatioii 1, Binnia 2, -Yaiiiagata 3. Grand' Stand- Handicap — Notlios 1, Cato 2, Tattordomalion 3. Holiday Handicap— tGreou Mountain 1, Cako\valk:2, Lady Simuior 3. ; High-weight Handicap — Birida 1, Koll 1101- 2, Lord Ullin's Daughter 3. ? Monday. . Christmas Handicap — '.Lord Ulliu's Danglitpr 1, Holophoto 2, Fashoda 3.r , Villiers Stiikos — Cherson -1,' Marie. Corolli 2, Deenister .3. . . Decenibor. ? Stakos-^Nort-h ? Head. 1, Steol Trust 2, BinniitS. 1 Suinmor Cup— Cato 1; Elvo 2, Notlios 3. , Nursery Handicap— Lochino 1, 'Yama- gata 2,-Jjady Wallace 3.' : A. : .rr c. Ilandicap-T-Porb. Jackson 1, Lorcl-Boyno 2, Green Mountain 3.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tweed River Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Tweed. River Jochev Club Races. Till-: above races took place on Monday last, (Boxing Day), and were' fairly well attended-.' Following are the results : — CiiiUKT.MAS_Gn.T of £20, -0, furlongs. : Tirrima, 8-2 (C. Carmout)......:;.' 1 Hindoo, 9 5 (Brown). 2 I Rock Lily, 8 4 (W. Kelly.)......... 3 Lord lthii/.e (8-2) and Sirocco (0 9) also started. ' Won by two lengths.' ? : Tuial'Hanijioai' of £*'10, ;.0 furlongs.' Cherry, 0-!) ? - ? ? ? I Lady Ho|ietouu, !)-5...; ? ? 2 i Judith, 8-!) ? .....................' 3 I Rnby (9-2), Ualla (8s t), Dnat.y . Bill (7-2), Wakeful II. (7-4), and Lady Malice (0-11);' also started. A protest was- en- tered by the owner of Lady Hopetoun against Cherry for boring,' thus , running ? Lady. Hopeton'n out. : After consideration by the : coniiiiittoo the protest was dis missed and tlie riice awardod ;to Cherry. Cluii IlANimiAi' of £40, mile. ? ' ?'?'?Hindoo, 8-11, (Brown). ? ? ? 1 i Birii, 8-12 (C. Cannont). ........... . 2 ' Sarto, 8-4 (\V. Kelly)....-.....

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ballina Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Ballina Annual Races. ... ' , ~ -. ? I ? I ii k abovo raco.s'oirBoxing , Day , were wull attended, aud the racing: good. sThe Club caine out with a substantial profit ou the 'meeting.' Results.: — . - Opk.nino IIaniuuai' of, £15, (i furlongs: Walerci-ess, 9-5 (Honkel) {.... ... .1 Emniio, 0-10 (Taylor) ? ? 2 Geebung, 9-4 (Bush) ? ? ? ? 3 Watercress wits favourite, and won easily by three lengths. Time, 1 19|. Novich Hanmiiuai' of £5, 0 furlongs. I Eueiira, 9-5 (Hartley) ? ? 1 .-Doubtful, 8-10 ? ? ? ? ? 2 Jiino, 8-8 ? ? ? 3 , Thirteeii started. Won by a-Jiose. Tiino, 1.20i. :!'Cn;u Handicap of £30, 1 mile, i . Uralba, 7-0 (Hartley) ? ? 1 j - Wenonah, 9-5 (Peck; ? ? ? ? 2 Crusheen, 8-5 (Callinnu) ............ 3 I Einmie (i-9 also started. Betting : 0 to 4 on Uralba, 2's Wenonah, 3's Cru- i .sheen. The favourite wonb.to . the front | at the 'halt-mile, and won comfortably by four lei'gths Time, 1.40-J,-. .-?-, ? i Hack Rack of £7, 0 fin-Jongs. . Driioular, 8-7 (Wright).,. ? ? 1 Sorocco...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Advertisements. IgAW MILL 'ACCOUNTS. All Ac-counts duo( for Timber to the umlersigniid must be paid -or arranged for by t he end of present, year. . . ? A.C.SIMPSON Absolutely Necessary rnlTAT some satisfactory . nrningcinoii{ ? I chould be made by thoso nidcbled to me for the early settlement of their acfounts., A. a SIMPSON.-' ?p I A N O TUNING. T. IJ. IH'/AROY our.'.Tuneri is now, in, Town. : All uninmuiiications addressvil _to him to. tho Post Ollice, Casino ..w ill rcooive . prompt attention; ? i . ? .. \V. II, PALING & CO. V Ocean Acoident and Guarantee Corporation, Limited EVERY Description of Porsonal, Acci dent, Employers'. Liability,' Burglaty,: . and Plate Glass Policies, issued. FIDELITY GUARANTEES ISSUED. ? \ ?»' 'y''^ ? ? ? Sub. A^ent — W. 15. Mee, Barker-street. District Agent, Northern Rivers — K. ALAN GRANT, Lismore. CORA^^^PcLDB. Annual Races. New Year's Day, 1905. £175-Prize Money~£175 p R, O G R A M M E., ? First Race — To start at 12 o'clock. TOWN PLATE ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Squandered Fortunes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

7 Squandered Fortunes. I - ? A sad tell of wasted life and fortune 'was l elated ia Blackburn when William - James Luuus, 00, stood in the dock .. cluuged with abandoning liis two child ? Jon, Lucas, who formerly occupied a nign position m the town and was es teemed as a man of great commercial talents, was stated to have been three times niiinied. His second wife was the bistei of a member of the Buokburn Bench and herself part owner of a lai'ge cotton mill and much property in the town. l-\u- Homo years Lucas managed his business, but lie developed a fond liuss for drink, and tlie inevitable crash c.iino when Ins wife and her sisters, 'whoso capital was invested in the busi ness, found it had all vanished, and that tlio house property had also been mort gaged np to tho hilt to supply the extra laganeeu. His wife's relatives came to _ thu rescue, and backed him as a weights ? and scale manufacturer, but this busi ness too smashed. Then liis wife died, leaving tlie two children form...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sound Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

' — — . --$?— ? ? , ... Sound Advice. 1 J. Palmer, and Son, the well-known Sydney brokers, who, very often give souiid: and practical advice in regard to fitiaucial affairs, in referring to the tloat mgof State loans, remark : — ' Another thing that wants changing is the practice of what tho Premier calls 'delicate ne gotiations, which means the payment with more or less secrecy of a big com mission to a syndicate for 'underwriting.' Nothing of this kind was done until re cent years, and, whatever excuse there may have been for it when first intro duced, the conditions appear now to be such that there is no longer any need for it. Australian stocks command fail prices iu the Loudon market, and a loan, if ottered to the publio, would probably be fully subscribed, and, if at first only partly taken up, no damage would result as' things are now to either public or commercial credit.'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Seddon-Taylor Slander Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

The 8eddon-Taylor Slander Case. At the close of the Seddon-Taylor blander action at Wellington, Now Zealand, Iho defendant oft emerging from the court, was greeted. by a yell ing crowd, aiid carried shoulder high. The enthusiasm is said to 1 in ye been beyond description, and , clieers were mvi.iY fr.r ' Tli(« scouts that', knew how to tight.' It liMs traiispired that 1 lio jury by a liiree-forirths iiiiijority found that (he plaintiff aiid tlio whole ? of his troop galloped a distance otVspme utiles, and, although there were, two or three positions which they could have easily hold and defended, and so enable the scouts to extricate themselves from tlie Boer attack, tliay passed each position at a gallop, and never halted until they were out of range of the enemy's 'fire aud in absolute safety. Tho jury answered 'No' by a similar majority to the question whether by this desertion tho scouts wero able to extricate themselves without loss, and as a consequence Lieutenunt Dillon was s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Resident Sick. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

/ Old Resident Sioit. - We ? regret, to-hear one of our pioneer settlors, Mr. A. P. Carlton; is at present at Bilongin Hospital. For about a, fort night ? Mr.. Carlton had been -suflering. from what- was - though to be a bilious attack, and Dr. Corlis considering ' the syniptoins gave indications of typhoid fever suggested removal of the patient to tho hospital, .where we are pleased to say.i I10 is lnaking good progress and hopes to be about again in a few days. /

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

- — — - . ' The lew Cash Store. ? — -® ? ?'GIFT CARNIVAL.' — ? ; — Hfl — : ? ? T IEEE IE! . JEIJH S TJ Iii T; V . HAVE . PLEASURE IN .ANNOUNCING' THE NAMES OF The Lucky Prize Winners In Oup Xmas Gift CarnivaL . 1st Prize — Mr. F. BOSTON, boing 1st Highest v - 2nd Piizo-MR. W. DOC-KRILL, boiiig 5th Highest SrdPrize — Mil. A. VIDLER, beiuglOth Highest . - / A 4th -Prlzo — Miss. M'KEEVER, being 15th Highest ? -a v ? oth-Prize— Mrs, KIRKLAND, boing-20th Highest Gth Prize— Mas. A: W. CAMP15ELL, being 23th Highest . '???7th Prize— Mas; J: TOOVEY, boing 30lh Highest . , . . 8th Prize— Miis. E. .R.' RILEY, boing 35th Highest : . ! :' 5)th Prize— Mits. BASKERVILLLE, being 40th Highost ? -.-???., '10th -Prize — Mas. SLAVIEN, boingv45th Highest . 'j :: - Vfllth'Prize-^jRlK. MULLHOLLAND, being i50th Highest , a ' ' ' 12thTii/e— Mr'ROSkVtERRE, btiing'COth ?Hig!h',st;' ' \ -J ? $- ? - The PRIZES W/ill bo'dolivereil to the abovo Ladies-and Gentlemen on . / Satu rday , 29th Decern ber, ' NEW YEARS'...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Critical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

? ? / Critical Oporation. AuoUTa week ago a little son of Mr. It. Graham, of; Kyogle. aged 10 .months, 'was brought to Bilongiii Hospital, Casino, sulloring infernally. Dr. Corlis at once diagnosed the case as one of partial. strangulation of the intestine, .and with Dr. 'Stephens. performed an operation of/ a. successful character, (luring .which the appendix : was removed ' also. Wo . are glad to say ; the little one is now.outof dangei. 1 .v'/.' :i_ ? ? ? '? ' 1 ? ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Short-weight Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 30 December 1904

Short-weight Butter. Every week at sales of Australian butter in London allowances have to be made for short weight on a scale which, taking into account the fact that excess weights are not accounted ns a set-ofl' to any deficiencies, and aro not paid for, seems to work out on tho whole to the considerable disadvantage of tho seller. At least such is tho opinion , of inde pendent Government experts who have watched the weighing in nniiiv chbus. When a purchase is being made it is customary to take the weight of three boxes as a fair indicator of the average weight of the rest of the whole parcel. A test made at a sale of thirty boxes recently serves as an illustration. Two ofthe boxes weighed oO^lbs each, and the third 6(51 lis, less 2ozs. Through this slight delicienuy in the third box the seller was obliged, under the rules of the Home and Foreign Produce Exchange, which governs all such matters, to make a short-weight allowanco to the buyer of ?Alb on every three boxes in tho wh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
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