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The World Grows Sweeter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

The World Crows Sweeter. Whatever else evolution may be do ing for us, it is a fact that the world is rapidly growing sweeter. If you have had your proportion of the sugar which is eaten annually in this country, you have used just treble what you took 50 vears aero, if von were 1 i v i n r* then, for in the last half century we have increased our per capita con sumption of sugar to three times the quantity. This increase in desire for one of the sweets of life applies to the entire civilised world, for the interest ing figures show us that while the earth produced 1,150,000 tons of sugar in 184-0, the record of 19u0 gives us 8,800,000 tons. That is an increase of 650 per cent., while the increase in population has been only 50 per cent. Another thing. You have heard a great deal about beet fiugar recently, and the figures bearing on that indus try are full of interest. In 1840 the. beet gave the world only five per cent, of its sugar, and now it gives 67 per cent. Our cane sugar su...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

SMALL DEBTS COURT. ? G. Andrews v. Hugh M'luues. — Claim of £9 2s Gd, for wages. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed. E. E. Riley v. Hugh M'lnnes. — Claim . of £6 14s, for wages. Verdict for plain tiff for amount claimed. Mr. Kissane appeared for plaintiffs ; defendant did not appear.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adventure in British Columbia. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Adventure iu Itritish Col umbia. A hunter, who was out after bears in British Columbia, tells bow lie was buried by a cougar or leopard. Find ing no trace of the bears, and being tired after a long hunt, he went to. sleep at the foot of a tree. Au hour or two later he woke up to find that lie had been covered with dead leaves to a depth of several inches. He was experienced enough in woodcraft to know that some wild animal had been at work, and that he had been, so to speak, put in the larder for future use, just as a dog will bury a bone. Judg ing that the animal would soon re turn, and curious to watch the result, the hunter climbed an adjacent tree, first, however, obtaining a log of wood and burying it under the leaves where he had himself lain. His ar rangements were hardly completed when a female cougar with a number of cubs arrived on the scene. She made a furious leap at the mound of leaves, and commenced scratching and snarling vigorously. Then the log was revealed, and the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CASINO COURTS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6TH. (Before Mr. F. G. Adrian, P.M., and Mr. N. Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

TJIE CASINO COURTS, ? Tuesday, January Gth. (Before Mr. F. G. Adrian, P.M., and Mr. ? N. Harper, J.P.) Before the business of the Court was taken up, tho P. M. took occasion to con gratulate Sergeant Draper on his pro motion to tho position of Sonior-Ser- ? goaut. He had watched Sergeant Draper's conduct for the past four yoars, and had always found hiin^'a most con scientious officer, and fearless in the execution of his duty. The promotion was fully desorved. Mr. Kissane, of Messrs. Parker and Kissane, solicitors, said that he had been throwu into contact with Sergeaut Draper a good deal, and had always found him a fearless officer ; no matter what the consequences were, he never in any way shirked his duty. Ho heartily congratulated tho sergeant on his promotion, and hoped he would be long spared to carry out his duties. Senior-Sergeant Draper briefly re turned thanks, and hopod he would al ways retain the good opinion of the public.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casino Land Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

. Casino Land Ollicc. The following areas were applied for at the Casino Land Office during the week : — conditional lifase. A. H. Yalisley, 200 acres,' county Rich monl, parish West Coraki. ? Sl'KOIAL LEASE. , W. Yabsley, 200 aeres; .county Richmond,-' parish West Coraki. ' . , ANNUAL LEASE. \V. Yabsley, 223 aeres, county Richmbud; parish South Cudi'iiigtou, .- ? ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kyogie Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

[?] (i'«03i ouu coiiiiUsro.N'iin.sT.'l -1 AMJAiiv li.: — .While writing this it looks; very, much like ram doming,; which I hope n.dl 1)0: the unse,* -Tiie heat during the ;:past week has been tumble, the' tiler- l ? uiometur-,Hhowing: higher than, was ever known hero before, and registering during, thoj past-seven days .from 100- to llO- in I : Lho jsllade.,: -If the heat , and dry weather liistnuueli :-liuigi'r -the crops i will'- be a failure., :;.We still have' ivmplo^. urass aud water,- hut the secu'cliing winds will soon dry , the grass tor tinder unless; a - change OCClll^ We, note, bytilast,-V Express ' that' the poskoflice is to be shifted fr- nil New. Park to-'ljyogle,. aiul Mr, E., -N. Larkiu will liiive.eharjeTof the.uow.olilco, ? ? s-.v-v.-l he. sports amxiunuetl to tako plaey. on': i-Anuiversary lMy,v 2IIth January,, pr-.nuso to be successful; The: sum of .-t'20 js to ? hefdistnbutud ovijt' seven Events, ?i|iah)d-- ing'.i £0 handicap foot-iaoe, ,'44 ivoed chojiping oii...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A "Good-Bye" Story [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

?.?.;A^'Wo«i|p||ye,'S4oi7vV' , THEUK.is-a story of a villago sohool of. the' ancient ordor, .... which the .squire'ss wife was wont to visit on cortain 'fixed dates1 to catechise tho - children, ; The deai1 old ludy .-maian t .\yol 1;- :.:but -u'n fortu uiatoly\sh*o.aIwiVysHisked.tho:fsivhie; ques tions iti the sam'o sequence, ' that each child 'always;; knejy^ exactly what- aud wlieii to ttns\v^r'.f ^(!)np-,day a catastrophe occurred. V. The: tji-st child ate tiio many ' unripe pliiiiisj'iuid went ljonio suddenly. So the next scholar got ,tl)o . first ques tion : '.^Viio made you ' Dust of the earth,' was thp reply* ' Nonsense, child,' said the lady. ' God made you.' ' Please, VniuHi,' piped tho little voice in protest, 'tho ,boy Unit Go'd'made 'b gone homo with the stomach-acho.'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Local and General News. ? Compensation i\ii; Borrp. — Tho High Commissioner (Lord Milner) now recommends that the Boers who surrendered' under Lord Roberts' first proclamation he fully compensated for the stock taken from them, apart from' that destroyed during the drives and subsequent proceedings. Lord Milner recommends that such snrrenderers and tho members of the National (Burgher) Scouts part'cipato in . a £2,000,000 grant. A Plain Scokhn Bishop — The Bi shop of Hereford, speaking at Derby on November^ 1-1 , said, he-feared public opinion was iiot ripe for stopping the pubiic.ilion of -starting odds m news papers,- but they, proposed next, session to bring in a bill dealing with tipsters' ad vei-fiseinents, '.t.ip.ster.. circulars', and other forms- of solicitation. They also proposed , to 'increase; the penalties for street betting, and to bring letters and telegrams within the Betting Houses Act of 1853 t : Gin, ixPuoijuction. ^Australia ;,and the Un i led . States are nearly...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Education. This is a subject that will continue to engage attention while the world in a civilised state exists, and anything cal culated to advance the cause of prac tical instruction should receive con sideration. No just, fault can be found with the cirriculum of our public schools so far as elementary instruc tion in the rudiments of the English language is concerned, and children attending those schools have, as arule, every opportunity to attain a pro ficiency that should fit them for the ordinary paths through life. In the cities and some of the larger and moro important towns technical branches have been formed, which are produc tive of much good, and afford pupils who attend au opportunity of tittiug themselves for various occupations! There is one branch of education, how; ever, wliich is sadly iieglecfed, aiid that is practical instruction in agri-. culture and horticulture. This branch primarily belongs to the country dis tricts, and we should be pleased to see more atte...

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 — 9 January 1903

AVENARIUS (PATENT) CARBQLINEUM I ' \ A Wood-Preserving and Antiseptic Oil, preventive against Decay, DRY-ROT, FUNGUS AND V/OOD-DESTROYING INSECTS; CHEAPER THAN TAR. Proof against White Ants. '' PASTOnAL awl AORICUL ? il'K-Aij uses : - l or Prp.survuiif mipl'-imnits of all. sorls, Mich as A\airjro»w. Carts. l!louj:h«,-l*o!i'.s. l*«sts.!. a-nl Itinlim tii all aoru of ? huiltiiii^. ? ? MAHINI2 uses inclurli'. Ho.its, Tiukk'S, l.oc;ks I'.rM. ts, rilf:.-?, nnd nil }-atts uiaile.fnim wnrH|, : cillit-r above or below ground or water. Hail ways 11^0 it on Carrlftpfca, WnjrjronjJ, Trnekn Slcei»ors. Tek*^rajili Uunnin£ Sheds, I'osts. Floors, and Timbers iu all kinds of per. umneut buildings. Pricca and fullest particulars from the kws: Messrs. E. RICH & CO., Ltd., Sydkey, h.s.w. Xmas Cards & Xmas Presents GO TO THE . 'TOWN HALL. Xmas Cards ! Xmas Cards ! Xmas Cards NEW YEAR CARDS. \ TOYS ! TOYS ! ? DOLLS ! DOLLS !— BOOKS, for Young and Old. A New and Seasonable Stock of Jewell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., - A rr-.h i f.ftp.t. Woodlauk-Strkkt, Lismoub. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects. Flans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, and may bo consulted at Stikcess' Hotel. The Richmond River Express AND TWEED A D V E RT I S E 11. Casino, Friday, Jaxuauy 9, 1903.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER VII.—THE LAST OF THE CONVICTS. THE EUGOWRA ESCORT ROBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Australian' Basfanpg. THE EARLY DAYS. ? [ByCHARLESWHITE.] [CoNlINbLD.] CHAPTER VI [ —THE LAST OF THE CONVICTS. THE EUGO.WRA ESCORT ROB BERY. , , N It was reserved for Senior-Sergeant. Siiiidmon to score' the second success, i as lie lmd scored' the - first; He knew tiie field over which . lie :wns working: and (lie men who lived 'on ,tliat field..; and quietly;, but, effectively, he carried 011 his woi'lw - Proceeding to Wheogo he arrested',' -011 -'suspicion of cattle stealing, 'vsovernl ?''?well-known charac ter', ^amongst them being John M^Gnire ' ('quartz: miner), Benjamin Hall (labourer). John Brown (labour er), Daniel- Charters (labourer), and William Hall (miner),, the whole of the'' men, ' With,-- the exception of . .the. liist-nanied, being residents of Wheogo. Ujiqn.oneTof-'thci'nie.i. Roine.not.es were. fctonS^v.h'ichi'wei^laimcd.liyiV^llwini-' Iiall, but- as the}' appeared pta . cones- pond with apportion of the money stolen from f ho escort, tile- men, when brought up a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Composition of the Body. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Composition of the HSody. Bj A series (if experiments to determine the exact. quantities of each element in the composition of the human frame have lately been carried on. by a French chemist, who gives his conclusions ill the ' Revue Internatinnale de Medicine.' All the constituent chemical elements of a man of medium woiVlif, fRO kilns V »iv he savs, represented in the yolk and white of 1000 ordinary sized eggs. Reduced to a fluid state; the same man would furnish 98 cubic metres of gas and ceusional force of ^70; kilos. In the normal state t.he budy'coiitains sufficient iron to make seve.i big nails, enough fat to mak'o thirteen pounds of candles, enough car bon to make G5 gross of pencils' and a sufficient quantity of phosphorus to tip 820,000 matches. To complete tho an alysis, he adds 20 teaspoonfuls of salt, 59 lumps of sugar, and 42 litres of Witter.

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 — 9 January 1903

[?] rr.An old identity of Grafton tiatned ?William I-Inrpor, an old ago pensioner, ? diod last week, ngod 83. '.!:Dr.!/ITiggins,- t.ho» Roman Catholic .Bishop of .Roekhampton, has sent tho iSalyjitioiv. Army. 111 that town his cheque ftiu. 1-2, 2s towards the fund for fitting up and';.fiii:nighnig tho Army Rescue Homo for.womonm that town- svLi-vNow. Guinea . ..tho drought lias lnaf.rtrl fnnr mnnt.lie linvn linrl fn dig ropls . tor food. SorJjeaiit^Bi'Owno, who,- it will bo re membered,'' was -maimed for life at -.Maclean^: while 111 tho execution of his diityfj liasMiow' been, retired from the ?service 'oh1* a -pension, and has gone with his family- to reside m Sydney. ?:iv: Cava Notion's Livek Tonic never tails to give relief- 111 all liver and Uuliicy complaints. For snlo at all stores.* ? ?..Mr;:.Reid, \_M.P., in a 1 otter to Mr. Cnrruther.s wishing success to the liberal pftrt^?a.vs-,J;he tr.no.g^».+iY pf .liboiiflism will be t fiat, which resolutely faces tho iiocossifcy.ifor'...

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 — 9 January 1903

TWTORTH COAST STEAM N A VIGA- jS TION COMPANY, LIMITED. . ? ; ®5 X P R' E S S Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RlMiR Aiid SYDNEY. ?. rn HE fast and powerful -2- sere iv Steamships c EAMORNIE & TOMEI Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, leavin'. Sydney T'O.ESDA Y and SATUR DAY, and leaving CORAKI on TUES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steaiiior' RAMORNIE ,no\v makiujc' regular, -wockly trips'; Ima. a rflfi'i geraM^ig/'eliaiiiberve(|u'al ;Uc!. CO. tons . ' capacity--' is' electric Tighted^,thi;ou«li-iut witli electricity, vi»iitilatin«vfati8 in the ? Saloon j and -all nionlern improvements. Tub Favookitb Steamur, CITY ,OF Leiives Svdney for tho 'Richmond overv ' THUKSDAY Evening, making CORAKI . V the .Terminus; and v leaves 5 there every : MONDAY-MORNING, crossin» out from : BALI.INA on TUESDAY MORNING. Tins' vessel has extended -accommoda- - tinu fur LIVE STOCK 'f all kinds. intending Passengers can en«a»e Berths oh Tiimkii St. George,. or R...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Editorial Comments. INSURANCE UNIFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

ISiSitorial Coimnciits. V.NSi:iTAniiE liNIKOK.MS. ' Aktentios1 has frequently been drawn to the heavy clothing the members of the police force arc com pelled to wear during the hot summer : months, aud we have some recollection ? of a promise being made that it would be changed for lighter material.- Here on the Richmond during the- recent lieat wave, when so many cilizens succuuibcd to heat apoplexy, the police have been obliged to -wear, heavy uniforms, well suited for1 the winter months, but altogether out- oh place when the mercury \stood lor days at from 100 to 115 degrees in the shade, and probably ,'-0 degrees higher in the sun. The matter : is one re quiring immediate attention; as at present it is not only dangerous but a species of cruelty to compel the; police to wear the heavy dark clothing served out to them. We. direct the attention of the Inspector-General ' to the situation, and hope lie will see hjji way clear to provide the members of the force iu hot districts , w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

.? ? , ? , ? - ? 1 T ? ? ? Spaclal Advertisements. 1 J ???:???'??? ? - ? ? — ? ? ? £ ? j| Chemist & Dentist | ? «CW3-0©W- § | GEO. J. MORTIMER,, I | CHEMIST 8s DEHTIST, t Y- Bakkkk Stiii'kt, Casino. -f ^ '-Cy©08-^- 0 I Painless Dentistry. ! I £ Teeth Extracted Painlessly ? ? 15 v the -An- on Nitrous- & | Oxnn; Gas,. Ac. g % Local Ajuustbeties when P g ( Required 1 ^ S Tcetli Stopped in 4ioId and J -P Amalgam Fillings. £ | AiiTiriciAL Tkkth Mounted ok ? J Goi.d, Platixum, and Yulcaxitk, 0 £ ®~ TEETH. SCALED. -« g s- . Children's Teeth Regulated. 0 * ^ A Large Stock of Drugs,? $ Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries p \ Patent Medicines, Perfumery ^ i and Toilet Requisites, always - 0 kept in stock, £ -£ SUCU AS 5 S Hair Brushes... 2 w Tooth Brushes. % ? Nail Brushes. ? 0 Combs. 5 Tooth Powders. r . J \ Tooth Pastes. - g 4 Toilet. Soaps. . 5 g Sponges, Ac. . J % - Spectacles to Fit all Ages. £ 0 Prescriptions and. Family Receipts 2 0 lAccuratoly Compounded. A 5 Agknt rou p | ...

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The Warwick District. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

The Warwick District. I A ookkespondunt writes:— In this district perhaps it would be fair to com pute the losses in dairy cattle, through the drought; at 30 per cent, and, of course the methods employed and the worries of the owner to keep the re mainder alive, are matters of aneiont history now. With the advent of rain. ? aud the springing of feed, dairying has been resumed again in a small way, and * creameries are reopening everywhere. ' Each day the dairyman milks a greator number of cattle, and as fodder is be coming plentiful lie will soon be getting a fair return. With the prospect of a ? *n^n£» corn crop before him, the fanner will devote more time and energy to dairying, and, given a fair show, that industry should boom very soon. Tbe directors of tho Warwick Dairy Com pany, Limited, nothing daunted by tho drought, will soon have thoir factory completed, and this extra competition in nnlk-buying can do the producer no harm. an|l I'Utjlishod liy Jambk G'iiikvk ami UBOitGR ]...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

? William BecUl^jiij aged 14, was 'acci iloiitally1 ? Sjiot with a poa rillo , hear Ybiiiig op Sutiday, ivith fatal results! r. Not a Minute sli.mld be lust after ae'liild .?liou-s iiiptniii.-i of tli'ilt'ia i ii f an tn in. Tho first npiitiiol loiisuiiess ot the Imuela- shoulil In- Mitlie nut warning. If ininiuiliaiu . and I'loper tie.tment is given, Sfiiouu ci'iiiae ij'ii'iiut's u II tic uveiteil. Cliaiuliorl.iiu's ? C.ilie, Cli era, und lliarrliuta Keincdy is '.fhe sole r. liiinuo of thonsdii-lii of: iiu'thers ami by il * i(l they liuve often saved their cliildien'.s live?. Every lioaseli.'ld Uwiihl \iaye.,a Iji'itilo at liaml. -Cfet it to day,. It ?iiiny - s.ive' ti' life. F. G. Crouch, TiSidu I I'lil^cu, (Juiino, Sulls it, '' ^

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Weekly €alemlar. JANUARY. - js ? I . ? . I m i ' i-H. WATKB' s £ ?: S g 1 S 4.-1 I Sydney. O J? , C .S .2 o ' rr- - ' ~ s i\ - C3 a- o ? -- -, 5 = § ' 3 ;Mor. 'Aft. ?g £ ! ^ W ^ ^ ' I' ? I II. M. II. M.lll.M. 1-.M.|A.M. II. M. II. M., 9,F 12 24 517 11 2 36'122G 4 3 4 M7 10S 12 21 r»5j7 10 343 111 5 10 542 ll|S 12 24 f.0.7 10 4 4812 3 G 14 043 12 M 12 3 4 .57 7 10 5 50 3 .2 7 12 7,38 13, T 12 3 4 58:7 10 (5 481 4 5 8 3 8 22' 14;W 12 3 4 58 7 10, 7 40 513 8 411 9 3 15 Tli 12 4 4 f-0|7 101 8 27. 0 24 9 25 9 50 PlIASBS OK THE Moos. Full Moon, January 14, 12.17'a.in.

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