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New Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
*.'-'- f '' 'New Hotel. ' 'Whaio uifoiined that the* uieclmn'of \hVnow two lti}iy hotel, uiinei of'AV,il|»eli and Noith utieots, Casino, lo the ouki of tho Missus fllooney mil be coimnunecd o.n ly next weoK The stiuctiuo will bo ,,--nc of Uiu most o\ionsivo and wollde siguud buildings of the Kind in town, and 'luno.ivuiy iiuposiug tiuntlil .ippciUimec U- tho niiiiiKhtiuot, the owneis lia\ing do-k out ed to sp..io wi' o\peuso ni making the [now lintel1' thoroughly up lo duto m all puticulais. The ' plan -, ' oto ,, foi' the building w oiu designed and piepaiod by Mi ' John JWy.vtt, (»t pasino, and tho hotel whon completed will leiloet eiodit up in oiu follow Unuisinali,' ,' , ; 1 i ? ^ ? -
Musical. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Musical. Ti is tlio uitmition of Mi, H W Bui go to ebtahlit.li hiniselt as .i^intiBioal tutui in Casino, and as Ins oiedotitl.ils aie i if ^an'midonbtodly higlf elass^ho'should meet ,uth bULoess. Mi lim «iv has been on tiiu Tweed, but dcsiies. n l.n^cr Jk'ld of opei.it'oue, which ''his evident ilulity destines x Ptioi to-'leaving Minn illiini- Ijili he was ton - a oil a bunulit conceit, at which iiiaiiy of 'his pupils took part, and on behalf of/ the local oiohe-)tjM4the Miijoi piosente'd 'linn with a liHiulhOnie -;old oil ti in aud'^inodjil. We coulially woloomo Mi Binge, and wish bun ovoiy SltCOBbb. 'I ?'»_,_
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Accidents. ? On Fudtiy ' List, whdu lomovmg .i p mo of glass in Ins -hoji in Cisium, Mi J Govaja met with i puufiil accident The idti' bloke iu Inn, (ino pnitliin cullinj! hi uin (\'ieh )U I ilime llu wn-* Di Coil i d.e id th' wouid - Mini lit' us, 5 \eii-. ii^'o, diughtii if Mi KicduN K 1j(\\is i faun h mil, lesid-n1 al. Balliua, wits burnod to dojith on Wid nes i.iy e\emn» _ rJ he. bilk uui »lm-nn' . a Hunted Ui'^IilW »v'as pi i-ifi;! « H IrtJu I in u The i)fil- put ion ofhu bo ]y n .1 | burnt wan hur leys, which were covcrud I with ( I'hineie ' id ?, V ln«,' mini n i i of iinnl u I'll ill i« ?? lu\( o i inii'l dtiiui_, thocunont \ou ? On Wi iliu ,-l.i^ ].- ,1 M.VK. T. Oliivk, of Lawruiieo roiul, had the lnisforturo to break ono of her arms, by falling oil tho \ ciaud di at lief lUnm * Th- old I idy has In en in un mdiflei cut stale of health for some time, Urns roudoiing tho imsh.i[) moio p miful
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
School of Arts Tru, monthly mooting of tho Cnsmo Sohool of Aits was hold on Weduosday «veniiig last I'ie3ont — MebBls.^J. T. Junoi (in oliiin), J Giny, B Pun mill, W Umikiii, Gr StiU, F StiU, 3 L.iteh foid, and \ W Simpson (acting seciei taij) An apology wab leceivoil fioin Mi. B Miiy Letteis weio lead fiom — lvoitn ?.s.tfinieuy Uo . toi uso ot hall on Apiil P and 13 (Show nights,), fiom 'Sydney Mail,'1 in luteioucu to 'pooial issue. Tho following accounts wme passed foi payment, on the motion of Mi O. Stit-5, M'eoiid««d by Mi. Itanlini — ' Bulletin.' LI 6s , N Mai tin, gas plant, b*5r) 3b lid, (i Oiaufoid, icpano £4, ?ins houso £11 KK It w is also deeidod to pay aiolntect'j teob dtiu to ftlobGis Popplovvoll and (Jill Three .tenders were- roceivod for repairs lo building, uiid that of Mi l!i 13. Riloy toi £45 los acooptod, on tho motion of Mr. Gray, uocondod by Mr. Stitss ; tho work to be completed in six weeks uiidor a ponalty of fa por woek. The mattei-'of huving a. aniull shod oi...
LOCAl NEWS. Government Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
LOCAL NEWS.. ; Government Works. ±Hh following teiuloi ?- foi- ('imeminuut \\m Us li.no been accepted — Election of .poliec -.lalion ..t B my.ilott, 'Doyle 'and Gilbuil, Miuwilhmibih, fyi ,£(-'J0, t» bo completed in twenty-two weoks , iu.mi.igo and lopuib to the post and tolegiaph othee, Hailma, J T Clv-i-j,, lialliiiu, foi 135, to bu completed in six wocKk
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
1*III*- issut'j)f Hie' I3\I'KI ?»?- cninph'H'- th'i tliu t\-foui Mi -i\n ol it» utisfciKc, (lining winch it has --i(MMi uilli tliu (own ,uid ilislnct, .md as ,i (oiuili_- jouinal «e Uimk il will /bo admiitid l)j nil is uocli'cicdit to tin- ('omnium^ winch it h.is euiliiivoiuud i(j l.utliUill^ lepiescnt aril bliinulnlc uuung (li.it leiijjllicucfl p'.'Uiid Tu sonic Kilk (lquotless it niiiv appeal (ho CHsicst tbjii}-; in Iliu hoi Id (o run ;i ikw.s pn'pi'i , and not lung but actii.il u\ peiiL-nce hn .i peiiod c.iu (.'fta-tuiill} 'dis.ibu-jc ilieir_ iiimcK of tliu buluf Vox till' gicafci pnfc'ot by^no miiius .1 slioit f pan oh lit-e »i! line Ix^-ii iu (nimlely connected uiih join nnlisni in its m.ni} phases, and \i-fc wo c.imlidlj .ulinit the le.ili-ujlioii of tlio hteiit hict that eMJry tl.i- 'sri'Xistcncc flisclo--i*s sonic new pli.uso, and that in tlm'-elmol ol iiio no in. in, di-ciious ol' .i\ailin^ IninsclF of the many oppoitunitu', tm selt-i'diication/c.in tail to |ieicei\e lli.it...
Hideousness of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Hideousness of War. In ii letigthy account of the great but tle in which the Russians had to rutruat' fioin Liao-.Yiing, tbo 'special correspon dont.of.tho London ' Grupliic' vtates : — Several Japanese are bttipg ? carried fioin tho doctors' tents into the railway eai tinges. As far as the baiKiiigiiig al lows, they wear uniform 1 ho cap moio espcciully, with its oehre-eolonred eoids, at once' attracts at tciitiiiii, mid people giitbcr round them. One of them is lit- ' boiionvly hoisted int:o a carriage ; be is woiuided both. in the chest and the arm, and .he has considerable dilticiilty in ' finding a position which allows him a ' little rest. The wounded I^us-iau sol diers in the suiiie carriage, as well us tlio spectators outside, watch him witii keen interest, although them is nothing re tmnkablo about him. Various attempts to get-up a convcis ilirn fail conipleUlt Tho two sides, the Japanese and his Kussi.in comrades, aro obliged to confine themselves to smiles. They do try to...
Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Casino Hospital. E\U\ last week Mi. 'A.;Bauow, a leiont sottlei on tlio Uppui Kichnfond, was biun^lil down (o. C.vsiiki, in iivionio* whnteiitic.il condition, .mil on Finlay he sucumnbiid, the e.utbu of death boniK appoiidicitisandpuiitoinlib' The fun.ei.il t(»ok place at 3 p ih.^ihi Satuid.iy sWe logiot lo state Mi. Doniild Connoi w not so wen, ami u i-- lepnituMviil piouapry have to uuduigo am it hoi opoial'iun.x^Mi. Dovlm Ucis.'Luuoilud to be making .ihfans piojjiess as uuijlit bo o\peetod imdei'tho eiKiiinstaneos ». * I
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Coiaki liiees on Monday. Good fields o\pceted in all evonts Tho gicvt English in.uo .Sceptic In-, loft tlio tuif, 'and goes to tho stud Al lo«ctlioi tho wondelfiil daughtoi of Pei Hiinmon won £.iJS.78.i in ht.iki s ''' Tins Duko of Wcstnnnstcr ligures as a noiinnaloi m tho g.illovv.ty l.iecs in South Afiitii I' would he .leimiu foi his loid shi|) to do so m Auslialia *The Ausli.ilum Incd limso Gieit Scot, by Loolnol, won llio Yiceioy's Cup in India Jiitho ill eoineis' li.mdicip scullin*; l.ice .it Now 1. 1, fst inbiiiy was* button 1-- b Kemp .ind G- Foul by nioie llun the (lino .illonud them Thceueket vviitoi fm Ihu Melliouino ' Aigu 3 ' giv c , the follow ing soluction foi llio Aiibti.iliaii tc un foi Engl mil -M \ | NolJo, Tiiiinpci, Dull, Kully, Hojikins, Waddy, Cnttei, Johiijon, How oil. b Uugoi\ (No\. feouLh Wales), Aims! long, M'Leod(Vietoiu), Hill (South Au ,ti.ilia), with Ijiuci (Victoiia) .is nianagei Foi tho We'hl Auslialliu Deiby, ]vehtuii, Cull -iy, and Antean l.ui u du....
Our Butter Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
r.y— ? — :' Our Butter Company. , ' SlONKWAM, Co-OI'KKATOK ' again writes: — I observe in the issue of (lie R. R. EvniEbs of (lie :JOth December that Mr. E. J. Robinson lias made a feeble at tempt at explaining tlie work ing of the Cnsino Co-operative Co., -Ma. ; also that he lias a belter opinion of liih fellow dairymen than 'Stone- wall.' Now, Mr. Editor, 1 have such a good opinion of my follow dairymen that I do not wish to we them led Hbtray by any ' misprints,' etc., no 1 desire to have another word or two purely in their interest. In tlie- tirst place, no business man would print, or cause to be printed, some hundreds af circulars v\vit bout reading one (o see- if / it w as correct before distributing them amongst tin; shareholders ; and, as]\Ir. Robinson states, fully nine-tenths at least would see the error at a gliince when the figures are quoted, it. is strange Mr. Robinson did not see it himself beforj distributing the cir culars. So much for that ! Now, as to the second-...
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR. Two'. little girls, whose grandmother died recently (writes Ellen) were very 'iiitorestod in tho funeral,-, and especially in the cpliin with -its hiindsniue. brass fittings. They discussed ,tke uiatrui- a good deal among .Uionisc;lves, and at length approached their mother. ' Mo ther,' said onei, 'Do ..you,, think 'l-iiiiny has got to: Heaven yel -?. ..;'.' Oil, yes,' replied (heir iiiiitlier.;v''S||O;.;i.u.«,st have 'one (juickly, angels .uiu.st.idly!-fiiMt; iiud that box was very heavjv^loo!' ?? ' I wonder,' said thu olhcr ? one; pensively, ' if God has unpacked her: yet :i'l ?-- ' The State Government bus got rid for a time of its steam yacht Victoria. Level1.; Brothers have liii-odjioi- for ii'foin- months' ; eritiso, at the rate of- L'200 a iiionth, to gu to Singapore and other places. Besides the £800 paid to the Ooveuinn ut. Mi Level Ins pud ovei £700 insui nice money. V. new dunk w is being In ought undei , the notice of local te'etotallus in Victim i b...
A Rich Eccentric. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
A Rich Eccentric. Napm.s is much interested in the doings of a young man supposed fo be English, calling- himself Itiehard At kinson. Ifc has taken expensive rooms. at the Hold Savoy,* keeps a letimie of twenty servants, 'drives in a carriage'drawn by eight magiiiliccnt horses, and generally has- the appear anee 'of- being ''immensely 'wealthy. Wliat.'is,moro remarkable' is that I ho young mini' possesses u'-vardiohc con tiiijiing malcaiul femalc.'altire in un limited quantities,, and 'lie makes use of one' or, the other kind of garment as -his fancy decides'. The/ collection of .Parisian' headgear ' ami millin ery' is said to lie; worth many . thousands' of ^pounds. \ A journal ist, who subsequently called -on this eccenl lie individual was ..received in n .boudoir by the latter, decked, out in the gorgeous, habiliments of a graude dame and much decolleVe. -The. jour nalist says- Atkinson- is about '21' yearn old, and suot at all jbundsome. He speaks b'rench well^.bijt'iiot Italian...
Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 January 1905
Benefit Concert. Tin: concert; tendered by the people of MunwNtmibiili to Mr. W. II. Hinge, who will shortly leave the district, eventuated jn the School of Arts on Wednesday night. 'I he progrninuiR luLniiltid wttti.a good one. Mr. It.urgu' luif, piovcd a gnat benefit to local music dining his Jesideiiee here. Tlie local orchestra playrd four selrrtions magnificently and pioved the linielit, ] of Mr. l-Jurgo'hCondnctoYship lias been to the members oh thiil body. Tim numbers would have been a ciedit In a town ten times the- size 'of' Mur'wil lunibah. Misses Joseph and Liarligiiu and Mensr... Smith and Hoyle guve a tuneful rendition of the. (juurtultu 'Sweet and Low.' Mrs. E. f. Kelly made a most welcome rc-appcaranic on the local concert pliilforni and wns vociferously encored for ' Flight of Ages.' She responded with tlu- ' Banks of the Wabash'— one of her finest effoits in Murwillumbah — most charmingly rendered. In the second portion of the program me' she was en cored for ' Why ...
Remarkable Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
Remarkable Gathering. A UKMARKAur.n family gathering is referred to in the ' South Australian Registrar 'as follow.') : — '' As 15tli December was the eighty-first birth day of Mrs. John Ragless? relict of the late John Ragless, of Enlield, a movement was mnde by Mrs. B. Brooknian (eldest daughter), of Pro spect, and her husband to gather as many of the family togulher ns pos sible on that day. Distant members entered into tho spirit of the sugges tion, and a complete domestic re union resulted. There were present the mother (Mrs. John Kagless) and her eight sons and three daughters. This was the first time the family had been united for 82 years, the last being the occasion of the first marri age iu the circle, which was also the start of the. family separation. Since then seven of the sons and oiie daughter have married, resulting 'in afamily increase of twenty-five grand children aud ono great grandchild. There were also present Mr. George Ragless (brother of the late John Ragles...
New Wrinkle in Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
New Wrinkle in Billiards. During a game in London recently, the balls were changed in order that a plain white ball marked with an ink spot should be used instead of one with the usual bored-in spot. There was nothinjr wrong with thofce in use, as H. W. Stevenson, one of the play ers, admitted, but directly ihe new set were placed on the table, he simply galloped to his points. The ink spotted ball, which was Jirst brought into uso when Stevenson and Dawson played the first of their scores of three long matches,- may have uo effect up on the play of the moderate performer, who, in most, cases, does not trouble or try to understand the very fine points tlmt'necessarily come under the con sideration of the chief players, but after the remarkable improvement in Stevenson's play, there does appear to bo proof that a marked spot ^is pre ferable to the manufactured article. Dawson is of the same opinion as Stevenson on this matter.
A New Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
A New Discovery. .A 'chemist has mnde a, discovery which , a London paper reports will revolutionise the baker's art. 'No change or addition to the ingredieuts which go to the making of bread is involved by iliis discovery. The water, -iiul dm v.mof will ln- ' lninrrled as before. The difference lies in the manipulation of the material. That the difference is great will be seen when it is said that using a sack of Hour— _831bs— nine more quartern Joavep. or 18 small loaves, can be pro duced by the new pioeess than by the old iii three or four hours instead of from six to eight hours. That means, of course, an immediate increase in bakers' profits, or u probable decrease in the prico of bread. Tho new pro cess is naturally a secret, and has been purchased by n company.
Non-Decomposition of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
Non-Decomposition of Meat. M«. I. I?. WirriNii, graduate of Alnarp Agricultural College, Sweden, and at present at Ynngim (says' tho 'Warwick Argus') lias agniti mnde a discovery which may have great in tliieneeon one of the staple industries of Queensland. Mr. Witting has dis covered a very simple and cheap method by which tho bacteria which cause decomposition in meat are de stroyed and the meat is. preserved for an unlimited tinio. The exact nature of tho discovery has not been made public yet ; but so much is known that neither freezing, cooking, nor smoking is required. The taste and the nourishing properties of the meat are not iu any way affected. It is not long since Mr. Witting discovered a method by which the bacteria in milk was preserved in its original state for unlimited time. A company to work the patent jb uudev formation. '
New Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
- ?-,-. New Book. ' Fkom Mr. A. C. RnwLimlson, of the N.S W. BooksUll Co.1, we'Imve to hand n copy of Steele Rudd's new book 'Sandy's Selection.' It is much on the same hnet as ' On Our Selection.' and cleverly jmd humorously pourtray's the hard life many nf t-.\\i\ himk-lilnnl.- clupfnvc Ii;ivf- f.fv' nnh up with. The book cannot fail to have, an' extensive sale, as» it deserves.' , We may mention that tho publidher-'paid th'e author of the' bopk £f-00 foi\ the aright to' publish it;' and if \ye niistakj} not this is ft reenrd price in'Au'stralia for any beb'k of fiction written by* an 'Australian author,, and published locally. ' -. J,;j *. , } . '
Mr. Carnegie's Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905
Mr. Carnegie's Happiness. In nn interview witb a vepresenta iivc of ib'e ' Clmrcli family News pnper,' Mr. Andrew Carncpie says : — ' No, there never was a greater mis lake tlwn -o suppose tlint the richest people extract the liigheHt happiness out of life. As a rule, I say, as a re sult or my own personal experience, for I have known the extremes of both wealth and poverty, there is more hit ppiness and genuine satisfaction to bo got out of life iif the cottages of the humble poor—such a cottage us 1 was brought up in — than in the palaces of ihe rich and /the mansions of the ?wealthy. I 'pity the sons and daugh ters of' the rich who are pampered in every luxury and brought up with trains of servants to attend to their lightest wants. They would be much happier if they were brought up in poverty and had their own way to make' in the worlds.. Tliey don't know what they, miss in not having a father ?who has toiled hard and whose old nge they can hope to ease by their exer tions, and ...