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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 January 1903

tt'IWBI ASB*' POaX'fiV .,, ' I Cool woather. Again threatening rain. Arrests made at Auburn. Town deserted yesterday. Lismoro show entries to-morrow. Mr. G. H. Reid splendidly received in Wostralia. Mr. O. V. Vesper continues to mnko good progress. Mr. Ironside making a survey for Casino water supply. Two deaths from sunstroke hnvo occurred at St. George (Q.). Moylan's sale of boots and shoes and ironmongery a great success. Tenders for erection of bridges over Deep Creek and Oakey Creek closo next Monday. Mr. Calfour, the British Premier, who lias lately been ill, is now convales cent. Returns from 49 dredges in tho Otago district of New Zealand showed a yiold of 1258ozs. of gold in one week. ? Heavy floods in the Fitzroy River district of Western Australia have de stroyed largo numbers of stock. - Ladies' Evening Shoes. — A clearing line, half-price, 2s Gd pair.-- A. C. Simp son's. The Duke of Connaught killed three tigers with his own gun in a shooting expedition in India. Sir Jo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 January 1903

Local and General News. 'Women's Political League. — The meeting of ladies for discussing the advisability of forming a Women's Political League and Debating Society was not well attended on BViday last, and consequently nothing definite was arranged. 1 he meeting was adjourned for a fortnight, due notice of which will appear iu next issue. Taurkd and Feathered. — The Bulu wayo correspondent of the 'Rand Daily Mail,' Johannesburg, 011 De cember 13, says : — ' A vigilance com mittee has been formed here, aud 0Y10 result of its action is that two .-white ?women, who consort with the natives, were tarred and feathered on Thursday last. Their house was burn 3d down the same night.' ; Value of Irrigation.— Several selec tors on the Murray have successfully grown hay by irrigation. In one case a crop was sown on November 5, and so rapid was the growth that, the crop averages nearly two tons to the acre. Other farmers on the Murray flats are trying irrigation, aud provided suffi cient wate...

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 — 27 January 1903

Retiring from Business, rjUIK undersigned, in REfURNTN'Or HIS GRATEFUL THANKS ' /?; . for i he uninterrupted . - Stream of Public Patronage ACCORDED THE TRADE PALACE ? POR UPWARDS OF A Quarter of a Century, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THE FACT OF The Disposal Of The Business, WHICH WILL BE HANDED OVER TO HIS SUCCESSOR ABOUT The End of February Next, PRIOR TO WHICH THE LAST & GREATEST WOtEApltiG OFF 6A1£ WILL TAKE PLACE. THERE WILL BE A General Slaughter of Prices. AS OUR. ONLY DESIRE IS TO Turn the Qoods into SVioney At Any Reasonable Sacrifice, WE DON'T LOOK FOR ANY PROFIT WHATEVER, BUT SIMPLY' WANT TO Reduce the Stock to a Minimum, WITH THE LEAST POSSIBLE DELAY. OUR RETIRING FROM BUSINESS SALE WILL BE OF COURSE FOR PROMPT ZCST-EJT CASH, AND THE PRICES QUOTED MUST CONVINCE OUR NUMEROUS FRIENDS AND THE GEN URAL PUBLIC OF THE Genuineness of the Sale .9. Trade IPalace, Oasino. 'IFIIIIGII ' arc not ' AWEASt ' OF THE FACT, THEN JUST LOOK HERE, fOIt AT H. C. PAGE'S, In Barker -street (adjoi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 January 1903

Latest News. ? — — ♦ — - [BY TELEGRAPH.] ? - T.DNDON. Sunday. '1 Beforf. passing sentence on Colonel Lynch, who was convicted nf hi^li treason, Mr. Justice Wills delivered a most impressive speceh, emphasising tlie oravity of the crime. Lynch was, liis 'Honor declared, a citizen of no mean citv, and was oorn in ./vusmuui, a country which had shown the utmost devotion to the Motherland. - It is ex pected the King will release the pris oner after a short term of imprison ment. ^ On Lis visit- to Greneral Cronje s house, 38 burghers drew Mr. Chamber lain's carriage, while others waved -'the Union Jack. In his speech,: Mr. Chamberlain said he hoped the burghers would enjoy as nnich liberty as former ly, and even a greater degree of pros perity. ~ . . ... ... ; A sensation lias been caused in tlie German political world by the resig nation of the President ot the 'Reich- stag. He was accused of stifling dis cussion concerning lh$ late Herr Km p.p. The blockade of Venezuela has pre vented...

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 — 27 January 1903

Sum m Lit Pomi'Laint is the children's most dangerous en'juiy ami the mother's most ilreaileil foe. Iimni-dnitc' and proper treat ment is always necessary. Chamberlain's Co!ie, Cholera, ami Diarrhoea Remedy, given according to diiections, is the most effectual remedy kuown. .livery household should have a liottle at hand. Get it to-day. ! It may save a life. F. G. .Crouch, Casino, I sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CASINO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 January 1903

(1ASLW IIOSPl'TAi* C.C. ' The Committee of the above institu tion met in the Town Hall ou Friday last, tlio following being present : — Messrs. W. G. Simpson' (chair), A. C. Simpson, J. Fay, J. B. M'Dougall, J. L. Grieve, F. Cannon t, L. E. Cope, F. B. Tyrrell, F. Stitz, A. M'Kellar, Rev. C. Barker. and the secretary (A. W. Simpson). Dr. Stewart was also present. * The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed,, on tlie motion of Mr. A. C. Simpson, seconded by Mr. Grieve. correspondence. From E. W. Williamson, applying for the position of probationer. From Mrs. Pledger, stating that she , intended to tike two weeks' leave of absence about February 16th. O11 the motion of Mr. Tyrrell, seconded by Mr. Junor, the incoming House Com mittee was deputed to procure the ser vices of a muse to relieve Mrs. Pledger. accounts. The following accounts were passed for payment, on the motion of Mr. Stitz, seconded by Mi\ A. C. Simpson : — Grieve and Turner, £1 3s ; Miss Asbery, £1 10s ; F. S...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 January 1903

Gazette Notifications l-j Gold-mini N'l'i lease ready for delivery : I Whereat, portion-No. 11, of S.acivs, ap])lied for at Drake. . Annual lease granted : — D. Grady, 138 acres, parish of West Coraki ; annual   rent, £40. , ; ne vocation ot temporary reserve : -ino; 582 for'publie purposes, notified Feb. 5), 1880, county Richmond, parish Myrtle, area about 100 acres ; within reserve No. 35,71(5 from sale other than auction, now notified. Reserves from, sale: other than auction sale only : — Within resumed area No 712 : No. 35,00(5, county Drake, parish Yulgilhar, containing an area of 1218 acres 0 roods 34 perches ; includes part of Yulgilhar Gold-field reserve, notified Dec. 20, l'.)02.— No. 35,710, i^uiity Rich mond, parish My i tie, containing an area of 88^ acres j includes part of reserve 582, revokod. Crown lands to bo sot apart for home stead selection : —Within Uyraaba Hold ing, resumed area No. .141 : County of Itous, parish of Mumuuilgun, containing an area of 351 acres ;...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Municipal Nominations. Foit the three ordinary vacancies in the Casino Municipal Council, and two extraordinary vacancies caused by tlie resignations of Aldermen J. Page .and F. Carmont, the following nominations were received on Monday last. : — Or- dinary — Messrs. J. W. Frost, T. F. Moylan, L. E. Cope, and F. G. Stitz. Ex- Aid. Page's seat — Messrs. M. Moy lan and H. C. J. Page. Ex-Aid. Gar ment's seat — Messrs. J. W. Frost, J. Maloney, and D. C. Rayner. Only two were nominated as auditors — Messrs. Tlieo. Balzer and H. C. Page. The official nomination takes place at noon on Tuesday next, and tlie polling day has been fixed for tho following Tuesday. Any candidate may with draw his nomination by notice in writing up to and including Monday next-. At Lismore the following' nomin ations have been made : — M.essrs. T. Exton, W. Moses, J. F. O'Flynn, T. F. Schick, V. J. Norris, G. Nesbitt, J. Wilson, D. J. Allen, and John I. Smith.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Sir John's Finance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Sir John's Finance. The old saying that if one could make a country's ballads he would not care who made that, country's laws, finds a later exemplification in the utterances of Sir John ? See (says 'the ' Eveniner News.'-). His versati lity in dealing with his opponents has again been displayed. He does not. care what are the facts, so long' as he has the stating of them. It is related ,of the late Mr. David B ichaiinn that once, when speaking in xhe House, he was interrupted by jui interjector exclaiming, ' The facts are against you, David !' and then lie replied, 'Then so much tho 'worse for facts !' So small a matter as ' facts ' does not trouble Sir John See. Speaking at Kiama on Saturday, the State Premier produced a comparative statement of j expenditure under the Ueid Adminis- i tratiou and under the Lyne-See Ad ministration. There is no need to -repeat, the figures quoted by the Premier. But .in one respect he showed that whereas the general ex- I penditure upon public work...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Bismarck and German Champagne. Hi-:t:ii is an amusing and character istic story of a friendly ' recontre ' be tween Bismarck and the young Em peror of Germany. The conversation was at a dinner which' took place at that early period in the reign of the Emperor when his patriotism assumed a very violent hue, and when he sought to banish everything French from Ger many. Here is Bismarck's story : — I had some champagne in my glass, the taste of which made me suspicious. When the butler again passed I tried to get a look at the label on the bottle, but this was impossible, for a napkin was wrapped round it. I turned to the Emperor to inquire the name of the particular brand, ? when his Majesty blurted out that it was indeed German champagne — Deutscher Schaumwein. 'Yes,' the Emperor said, ' I drink it from motives of economy, as I have a large family, and I have strongly re commended it to my officers. for. the same reason. Then, again, I also drink it from patriotic motives.' Thereupon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

®'' SJ. f YOU *L 4 SQUANDER f $ MONEY i in buying substitutes or }K imitations which may be Jlv thrust upon you in an \ : W unguarded moment by i ^ W dishonest tradesmen. -?: \y m 4) rOR. | EXAMPLE, | vji „ jl\ X You might save a few ii yj-. pence in the deal, but ^ ^ yj-. you would lose the entire i c benefit which would ; ; follow the use of a bottle ic ^ of Wolfe's Schnapps. ^ ^ § . UNLESS t | . YOU CAN | ^ obtain the real article you t: ^ Hi) want it would be wiser to ^ save your money and not ^ take any at all. ^ ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.B.A., ! : r A pp.h i r.fi p. t. ' Woodlark -Street, Lismore. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects; ~ - Plans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms YISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, ? and may bo consulted at Stiruess' Hotel. The Richmond River Express ' AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Embay, Jaxuauy 30, 10U3.

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Rains in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

ECaiiis in Queensland. Duiiixc; last week some -fine rainfalls were reported from Northern Queens land. The following list shows the principal rainfalls for the six days ending 9 a.m. on Saturday : — Burke- town 2*40 inches, Cairns 10/28, Card well 5'7G, Cumberland 1*49, Coen lU'28, Cooktown 28-30, Croydon 5'15, Fair view 8.88, Geraldton 14'45, George town 2-71, Gijbert River 2'50, Halifax 5'G3, Herberton 1'63, Trvinebank 1.16, Karumba 10'99, Kurauda 10*95,. Laura .5*58,.; Mareeba .3*10, Maytown 5'88, Mein 4' 19, M'Donuell (9 days) 7'95, Moreton 3'98, Mount Garnet 3'62, Miisgrave 8'70, Normanton 9'70, Pal raerville 8'17, Tate River 2'36, Towns ville 1'50, Tbornborough 4'67, Thurs day Island 8'69, Walsh River 5'4(j, Port Douglas 13'37.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. JANUARY and FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Weekly Calendar. JANUARY and FEBRUARY. i , , | . : ? ii.- water = I a S i I -2 -S 1 Sydney. O , I? I § .2 ? o: p; at, S Ph . w ® , -?' 'I''-' I I ' J ? Mori'Aft'; gj- j j ^|-B- yg- ?' I II. M.lll. M. II. M. A.M. P.M. II. M; II.M. 30 F 12 8 5 15 7 3 6 39 729 913 930 11 S 12 8 3 16 7 2 7 34 8 3 9 50 10 9 1 N 12 8 5 1G 7 2 8 30 S37 102;, 1049 2 M 12 8 5 17 7 1 9 23 9 11 11 10 1130 '3T 12 9 5 18 7 0 10 24 0 47ill53-^— 4l\V 12 9 5 19 G 59 11 23 10 25 12 16 12 44 5 Tli 12 9|5 20|G 58 p.m. 11' 8 1 11 147' ; Phases of the Moojt. First Quarter, February 5, 8.13 p.m.

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Additional Land Regulation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Atfrikiouai JLaiuE Itegiilation. An additional regulation (No. 314a) under the Crown Laiids Acts came into force last week, which reads : — 'Any woman who, being the regis tered holder of any purchase, lease, or license, shall afterwards marry, may be registered in the books of the De partment as the holder in her married name of such purchase, lease, or li cense, by making an application for the purpose in writing and by lodging the same with the Crown Land Agent of, the district, accompanied by a copy of the- register relating to such mar riage under the hand of the Registrar General or Deputy or District Regis trar that such marriage has been duly celebrated, or such other proof thereof as may be deemed sufficient, and upon payment of the fee of five shillings.'!

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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

' MctcoroIogical liitorniiitioit. Tub following are the observations of empnratiire and rainfall in Casino;' taken by the Telegraph Master at 9 a.m. each day, for the week ended January 2!)th : — i-- . : Maxim. ? Mini. in„- f,ii Datc- ! Shade. Shade.!Ra,nfl Friday, Jan. 23 9!)* I G9- j 0'03 Saturd'y, Jan. 24 86' '! G5' O'OO Sunday, .lan. 25 88' I 61' i O'OO Monday, Jan. 2-i 84- j GO- ! O'OO Tnr.sday, Jan. 27 82' 59- | 0/13. . Wednes., Jan. 28 79' . ] 60* ! 0*3 1 Thursd'y, Jan. ^9 82* , ! GO' ?' 0'o'C,. . Average...; ? '. 85'71 62* Total rainfall ? ? ? 0-83

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Improving War Weapons. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

. Improving' Waiv W capons. A French officer, a Colonel Hum bert, hns recently brought out a most ingenious invention, which, it is stnt.ed, entirely does away with sound, flash, and smoke when a gun is fired. Such an invention, if it could be practically adopted, would exercise a great effect in ihe war of the future, In its pre sent stage it would seem that it would make a tieldrguu a rather unwieldy machine. It consists of a long tube, which is screwed on to the muzzle of the gun. In sotne forms it has short cross tubes, closed by screw plugs at the sides, but in others these are. ab sent. Inside the long tube are fitted a series of short steel cylinders. One end of these cylinders is quite open, the other closed, but with a hole in the centre of tbe end, which is slightly larger than the bore of the gun. These are pla'ced in the tube one after the other till it is quite full of them, when a screw-plug or ring is inserted, and the whole pressed into close contact. The tube is thu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

The Casino Town Banrl Grand Moon light Concert, on show ground, 11th February.— 0 - Early in Ap.ril the Czar of Russia una tho Czaritza will pay a visit to' Rome. Another 'Austrian Av.ciiiluke wishes to renounce his birthright that he may marry tho daughter of a tradesman. . Owing to tho spread of the plagno' u thousand native servants and labourers ' are leaving Durban, it is oxpoclod for Zululand. . ;

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Tree Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Tree (Farming. Tub fact that tree farming has been started for Egypt and the Soundau seems to point a moral for South Africa, where' there is an even greater scarcity of local timber. One of the greatest hardships of the war was the abseuce of even enough fuel to cook a meal. The men as they marched soon learned to pick up and pocket every bit of dry dung they passed, in order to have something to boil a kettle over.. Every wooden post in the wire fences was pulled up and burned ; and so scarce is timber that many oi the farms are fenced with iron posts and wire. All the wood was pulled out of the houses for fuel, too. The obvious inference seems to be a State forestry department.

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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

BRISBANE^MARKET PRICES. ?''? Following were tlurrwljblesale pri'ces irii ? Brisbane on Tuesday i , . . . . ' Maize' ! Argentini', to 4s Gd' perbnsliel. ' 'Bran, £7 15s per ton ; pollard, £10; Chaff ; Oaten, prime, £0 to £G 5s per ton. ?????? -?.-. .'Hay Oaten, hydraulic, £8 per ton. Potatoes ? Circuliir Head, inferioiV 4s ' per cwt ; Brightons (Victoria), 4s, passed. , Eggs, 0^1 to lOd per dozen. ' ' . . Ha?ns - Pineapple, Is Id to Is 2d ; Mild Cure, Is Id perlb. /??, ?[ : ?;. ^). H , Bacon: Pineapple, flitches, 13d per lb ; Mild Cure, flitches, 13d, and sides 14di r Butter : Local, factory, ,1 Oil to lid per. lb / southern, lid to 1 1 id. ' i ' ? s Cheese: N.Z., medium and large, Odto lOd por lb ; Victorian 8id to 9d. ? ' ' . ?' — ??' There were no sales nf fat cattle iu Sydney ? on Monday last, owing to that day being a public holiday. Local Market Report'.— Sir. James B. M'Dougall reports having sold during the ?week' the following :— Store Bullocks : 105 at market rates. Dairy S...

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