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

It has been stated that on an average a murder is committed in Italy every two hours. Thus the 'Raleigh Sun': — 'The township of Ballina can now boast of a good and pure water supply, although a great effort was mado by some ' behind the times' folk to prevent tho Works being uuvricdout,' 1

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Oldest Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

TJic -S-Mest rftfc.ivsjMigter.' :? In Pekin there is a ' newspaper en titled ' GhingrPao'. (news: -from ; the capital), -which is said to have been in existence^since the year.-740 'before tlie Christian era. -r. TheSnatter - published - in its columns is vastly instructive: We find -.here;s among;- .other. ^official. announcements, . the precise date v 011 , which the Emperor lias decreed that: the winter hat is to.make waySfonthe summer hat. : . Further. on we read-; t hat six candidates for; the office of teacher wero above 90, and.vtliirleeir; others above 80 -years of age ; :troni,wliich -we are enabled -to -form- an idea as -to; the; limits of age for examinations in the. Celestial Empire. : The ' Ching-Pao': is especially re markable for or.e thing, that' not a single inisprint-i-is to/be found in its pages. Readers and foremen' are very : well paid;: but^the. 'slightest error would, we are told, cost the head of the culprit— neither more nor. less ! Thus it comes to pass tha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Fi-pin ^Xijai'-liy Town. what TUisY1. s.ttvix Lisaiourc coauonon ATKS WHATiTUlSY SAY; IN CASINO. , . Readers of the Lismore newspapers are familiar with . it. ;At. lirst- it created considerable excitement, and the resi dents wero anxious and curious 10 know whoso statement would he tho next pub lished. Week after, week went by, and 1 he good people of Lismore ceased to wonder and settled down to the fact that what so many, (if theii'i.ijeighbours said must be true. What was successful iu Lismore will bo successful in Casino. Any medicinal preparation that carries out its representations to the letter like Doan's Backache Kidney Pills becomes a household necessity. Ask any citizen of Lismore what will cure backache. The answer invariably is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. One of thoso whose testi mony has helped to push the good work along ill Lismore is Mr. W. Robinson, who carries 011 business as a wool nnd coal merchant in Little Magellan Street. He says : — ' I have been a great s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

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Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 — 30 January 1903

Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. [By CHARLES WHITE.] ... [CoNTINUKD.] CHAPTER VII.— THE LAST OF - ?' THE CONVICTS. THE EUGOWRA ESCORT ROB BERY. Since his condemnation, tlieyontliful criminal— lie was only twenty-four years of age — had conducted himself in gnol with great propriety, and under the zealous and untiring efforts of the clergymen and Sisters of Mercy who attended him, devoted himself earnest ly to preparation tor the awful ordeal through which he was to pass ; though it would seem lie was not wholly with out hope up to the previous evening that, his life would be spared. This belief was intensified, no doubt, from his learning what had been, done in the case of Bow, and in the strong efforts which were being made on his own hnlialF. But all those efforts, proved unavailing, and Manns was handed over to the Under-Sheriff - in due course, and by . him: transferred to the executioner. His distracted mother, being anxious to have the body for interment at Campbelltowi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

J-^ENTISTPvY 1 $g|||| DENTISTRY. IP. G. I0BLEY WADE, I- 83 XT 1ST, : : LATE OF SYDNHY, : : : ,: . ?Bugs_to iiifoi'ii) the rosidonta^jf Casino and disci-ieb tlmt I10 continues tlio practico of , Ins l'rofussiou at his old uddrcss, 1 Haukkr Street, Casino, ' Next door to Crouch's Trade PalawV'iwliqto: ''-j ??'?' .ho may bo consulted daily. . ' Extractions roiidci-cd aijsolutoJy.paiHloss.by ? tlie aid of Nitrous-Oxido (3as, : Cliloror. form, or by tho most' i'cliablo local I ; ?Anaesthetics. ??''? .'.'? ? ' ' .'?. ? ;.:'r ' :' ' I Fillings viir . Gold) 'Amalgam, and' Gomout, ' ? inserted .with tho.'greatest skill and care, 1 and when required the uervo destroyed u.: absolutely without pain. - . Artificial Teeth .mounted 011 Gold, V ulcanite, Ir ? andnplatinum. Old and broken Plates Iii 'mended or re-modelled, and hiado to fit 1 ; the niouth'better tlian. ever. Also, tho most modern style of Gold, Pot-co - 1 lain, Crowii and ' Bridge Work, and ~ Pivoting of Tooih 011 Natural Roots. Toot...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

-The Railway'' Returns. — The half yearly report, of the Railway Commis sioners show a decrease of approximately £136,000 in the revenue, and an increase in the working expenses of £37,000. The loss of revenue is attributed to the drought and the falling off of the receipts from wool, and the increased expendi ture wus caused by tho conveyance of food for starving stock. Archbishop Kelly, in the course of a sermon delivered by him on Sunday evening on tho Roman Catholic Schools and their mission, said that tliefiiia'icinl aid claimed by the Catholics peaceably, and on the ground of equal civil rights to citizens, irrespective of religious professions, was not pressed for iinpor tunely.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Works Department. SOME PLAIN TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Tlie Works ileimrtmciit. Somk Plain Thutiis. ; Tiik following straight out, letter appeared tlie other day,- under the signature of Mr. J. 0. 'L. Fitzpatrick, 3I.L. A. : — There are indications ahead of trouble. The Hon. E. W. O'Sulli van, Minister for Public Works, lias I thought fit to leave the Stiite 011 a i protracted visit to Western Australia [ at a time when his office table is piled 1 high with unaccepted tenders for works 1 throughout tlie country. During the last couple of months of 1902 when t ever ail appeal was made to the Public 1 Works Department to carry out im ! provements in this or that electorate1, i the invariable answer was, ' This inat l ter will be dealt with as soon as the i Appiopriation Act lias been passed.' [ Aud now that tlie Appropriation Act i is an accomplished tact we discover ! that Mr. O'Sullivan is away 011 a lioli i day tour in a distant State. All con i tracts are hung up indefinitely, deposits ! lodged by country tenderers are held I by the d...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

-A- GLORIOUS CHANGE. A Twenty-Yes rs* Resident's Testimony. Tho Case of Mr. J. CHLSSQN. (BY A SPECIAL RErORTEll). In no Inisii ess place is there ft greater variety of subjects discussed ilian in u hair drcs: er's_ saloon, as all callers ventilate their opinions to the gentlemen ofliciiiting with the razor ami scisaora. Hut the latter - takes his turn in the conversation us well, and when our reporter stopped into a shop in Botany Koad, Botany, Mr. Joliu Jsilsson, the prop: ietor, said : , ? ' This- hriglit. wcatlier ought to make everybody fuel happy, us you say ; but I tliiiik it nil depends upon one'.-! health. I reinuinher when I used to be low-spi-ilcd wlion overydne I met seemed to be btimful ? of . joyfulness.' . . . ^ When was that!' enquired the man with the notebook. ' ICijjIitren- months ago, whon my food failed lo have u.uouiisliing'ofTect upon my body. Aii attack of rheumatism airectcd my pys em throuL'hout. J For ti lonj; time 1 had .nut been getting my. proper rest ow...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lord Robert at House. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Lord ;It^erts:^at;;lIomc^N JMk. Hkniiy W.'Lucr writes, in the ' S.M. Herald' A friend who hap pened to sit . next to Lord Roberts .at a private dinner the other night tells me some interesting things .about the Field-Marshal. Hei lias not read either Kruger's book, or the one more recently issued by General De Wet. More especially the latter, it might be thought, would be interesting to the ex-commander of the British forces in South Africa. But Lord Roberts said he was very busy at the War Office, and had been content to read the sum mary of the successive books as given in the 'Times.' It will be remem linvpil (liiit. Dp WW. mmiPK K^nnv ns flip general of' the British army whom lie' most admired. Lord Roberts, asked for liis opinion of the comparative merits of the Boer Generals, fixed upon Delarey as the ablest of them all. In i spite of an arduous /life and his three score years and ten, ' Bobs' is still full of tight and bodily vigour. His slight, spare figure is as upright as ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Thoughtless Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

A Tliotigliltoss Promise. I Puesidknt Lincoln's regard for the sanctity of a promise is illustrated by the following incident. A friend paid a call, and in order to induce the President's little bov to sit on his knee offered to give him a seal which was attached to the end of his watch chain. After further talk the' visitor rose to go. ' Are yon going to keep your promise to my sou ? ' asked Lincoln; 'What promise? ' ,????. ' - 'The promise to give him your seal.' v:;'- ''? : ? ?- . ? ? ? '. ' Nousense ; it. is most valuable, and, besides, it has been an heirloom in otir family for generations. .1 really can not give it away.' ' Give 'it.:-tor.the: lad,' exclaimed Lincoln. ' Do you think I will let the lad believe I have friends who do not adhere, to their promises.' And the visitor was obliged to comply.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

News of the District, Usmore. Ai/rnortiii not to be compared with tho ceremony of the unveiling of flic Patriotic Memorial, a little ceremony which took place at the Council Cham bers on Saturday last was (says the ' Chronicle') full of interest as a re miniscent incident connected with the late war. The event of the occasion ,.-.,o ? ,„:i: ? * +i.„ ' c„,.„n nit uuicimi' mi l:ii; yi Honour,' which had been placed in the Council Chambers, and which con tains the names of all who left the^ district to fight for the Empire. Bri gadier-General Finn, Commandant of the State forces, performed the cere mony, and the Scottish Rifles, with the Lancers, constituted a guard of honour. Graceful tributes were paid to those whose names were inscribed on'tlie roll by Brigadier-General Finn, Major Taylor, Mr. Coleman, M.P., and the Mayor (Aid. W. Lockett). It was only to be expected that when it became known in town and throughout the district on Saturday last that the well-known and more than resp...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Salt for Cattle [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Salt Cor Cattle. The French Government some years ago appointed a commission of scientific men to investigate the subject of the use of salt for cattle, and. tlio conclusions they arrived at were most favourable, to its use for farm animals. For milch cows the allowance for each animal daily is 2o/.. ; fattening and stall-fed oxen, 3ioz. ; f,„. 11.... . f..„ sheep, loz. ; and for horses, loz. For daily use these, allowances need not be exceeded, but from . our experience of using salt for farm stock we much prefer laying down rock salt in convenient places to adding common salt to the food. When supplied in this way the animals am help themselves, and it may be taken as a certainty that they will take no more of it than may be required. The only objection to giving salt in measured quantities as given above is that, through forgetfulness, the supply will not be given regularly, and, as pointed out already, ' the composition of the blood is constant,' and therefore the chemical suppl...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Punishment for Drunks. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Piiiiislimeut for l-riinks. In Norway drunkenness is punished by imprisonment. As soon as he is incarce rated the delinquent- has no other food than a log of wine morning and evening. The bread is served in a wooden bowl full of wine, iti wmch it has been soaked for an honr previ ously. The I first day the drunkard swallows his allowance wi lliiigly enough. Ihe second day it seems less pleasing. At the end of eight days of this regime prisoners have been known to abstain altogether from the food thus pitilessly presented. This course, of treatment finished, the drunkard, except in rare instances, is radically cured. Many renounce altogether the use of wine, the very smell of which creates a feeling of extreme disgust. What the Lacedemonians did for mor ality by showing to the \-oung of the aristocracy their drunken slaves, the Norwegians do directly for the druuk ards themselves. It is the treatment by satiety and disgust. If ' like cures like' then there is sound philosophy in this...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Balina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

ISalliun. The residence of David Souter, at South Ballina, was. totally destroyed by tire on Saturday evening. The tire is alleged to have spread. from an ad journing farm. Mr. 'E. Ross, J.P., of Ballina, is an indefagitable worker on behalf of the Ballina Hospital,' and is never weary in the work of collecting funds for the institution.; Last, week .(reports the 'R.R. Times') he was. a bit surprised when one of tlie local Chinese veget able sellers, by the name of Jimmy Ah War, called upon him. It took some time, and in fact another member. of the Hospital Committee was called in to the conference; before it' could be made clear what All War-Is intentions were. He had, it appears, got. his cane- cut, and in his broken English he brought- a £10 note and wanted to leave half of it. with Mr. Ross as a donation to the Hospital.'. After some confab, iii which the words ' You savee' formed an important part, Jimmy's intentions were made known and the money was handed over.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Last of the Tribe. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Last of the Tribe. I [King Mur.GA, tho last of the Bogan blacks, died on Thursday. The old follow ?was over 80 years old. — News item.] : : ' 'l.'NAltA.' . Whence this sable work of Nature — Atom of tho huni'ui race — ' Lithe of liml), of perfect stature, With » wealth of native grace ? Behold him in his hill-lock'd lair : . What a study this ' unura !' ' Parrot's plumage in his hair, Dingo's brush his proud tiara ! Sec him in his pristine glory. In tho rugged jungles wild ! Who shall speak the silent story Of this strange nomadic child ? , Is he Persian with traditions Well described by 'Xenophon, ? ; ? Swayed by ancient superstitions Which King Xerxes perished on ? There must lie some 'wondrous' story . Coupled with this sable child ; . i Handed down from ages hoary, ] Waiting to be reconciled ! Shall it perish with ' unara' — Pass with all its mystic lore, ' Like the music of Urara Where he danced in days of yore ? What those songs of mournful cadence - War notes of a stern decre...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. Q.T.C. JANUARY MEETING. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

[?] Q.T.C. JANUARY MEETING. Saturday, ~ Trial Handicap — Blix 1, Linnet 2, Chesterfield 3. . Flying Handicap— A. J. Noud's Pericles 1, Abbott 2, .Robert Etnmet 3. . ? Two-Year-Old Handicap — Best Man 1, Phyllatis 2, Fascination 3. _ I January Handicap- -Glengarry, 9-3, 1 ; Smvblats, 6-13, 2 ; Princess Runner, 6-11, 3. Roi-do-Lis, the favourite, finished fourth: Novice Handicap— Snablats 1,- Kate 2, , Accountant s. Tramway Handicap— Maud 1, Loander 2, Piirbleu 3.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

Rose Petal, winner of the Challenge v.- ' Stakes, went out at 12 to 1 against. ' A6 the Lawrence pony races on Satur day last Sentence and Unicorn won the. two principal events. 1 The Wellington (N.Z.) Cup was won by Advance, with Hinctura second, Cannie Pli.nl Mi.wl The Victory lias been scratched for the , Australian Cup, and it is probable that he | ?nill be Kept for weiglit-for-age races. : ;? It is stated in Melbourne that the Sydney jockey W. H. Smith will succeed F. Dunn as chicf jockey in Mr. C. L. MacDon.ild's stable. In a cycling i.ice Over one mile, and in ;v . ft second race over 20 miles, Sutherland defeated Mai tin .it Chnstchurch (N.Z.) Playing for the Valleys against So'uth Brisbane, on Saturday, C. Morgan scored 141 runs The ' Daily Telegraph' states that the lacehorse First Charge has been leased to a sporting man whose headquarters are in the northern districts. Mr. W. Clark, writing from England on the 17th of last month, says thatNiphet.os is doing well,- and ha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Dress Fitting in Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

BH'ess Fijting in Court. Ax amusing case was heard in : Bloomsbury (London) County Court, before Judge Bacon, when a domestic servant, named Morris, sued a dress ranker tor at-i 2s 9a, being the Value of a dress which the plaintiff declared did not. fit her. Judge Bacon : What sort of dresses { did, she make you ? \ Witness : A green stuff, and a white r, silk. What ! A domestic servant with a Ifs white silk dress? — I was going to be jj| married, your Honour. Judge Bacon: Lot me seethe dress °n- . | Witness retired, and returned to court wearing a grecu walking dress. I Judge' Bacon' (after closely inspect- |l ing the dress) : It certainly is not a jf good tit. 1 - The dressmaker explaiucd that the |l gown was made in a hurry. I Judge Bacon : But how do you ex- |j plain the cut ot the collar ?, Witness : I never saw the drpsR oil, your Honor. . But no amount of alteration could alter this bad cur. You havo snipped too much of it away.— I could take it ill. Judge Bacon: No, vou coul...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 30 January 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. ? o ? (To the Editor of the Richmond lliccr Kxprem.) ? Sitf,-*- With your permission! would like to have a few parting remarks with 'Bushman.' Then I have done with this subject for the time, because I feel that 110 good is likely to come from arguing with a man that will make sucn areacitui statements as ' Bushman' has mide. I thought his first assertions were bad enough, but, Sir, what his last are : — 1st. That the Bible operates on the community in such a way that it is the means of robbing tho wage-earners of their toil. 2nd. That it is opposed to natural lawf, and rotten at its base. 3rd. That the life of religion is dependent 011 a blind faith. 4th. That it is doubtful that King Solomon wrote the writings that he is credited with. atli. That the' Bible litis been compiled by a partisan committee, their main object Licmg il» acuure jjuwtrr uver JglH-ranC(.\ Gtli. That the chronological dates of the Bible are in many places more than 400 years astray. Now, Mr. E...

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