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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

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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 — 6 January 1905

Tho Victorian Promior proposes to nlwiish money compensation for_ the closing of hotels/ and to substitute seven years' notico.

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 — 6 January 1905

DYSPEPTIC DEBIUTY. A REMARKABLE CURE. The Case of Mrs. E. YEATMAN. (bt our reporter.) ? Everyone capnble of forming a judgment tipon tlic matter will readily admit tlint the reporter's time was well employed when he elicited the following information from Mrs. Emma Yeiitman, shopkeeper, of South etrcet, Granville, whnse own words were : — ' I was so weary and weak after an at tack of influenza some eight years back that I really thought I was sinking away. JMy weakness waB so pronounced that for two months I was co .lined to my bed; and thero is no doubt that I hud a spoil of terrible hardships. It was an uncommon thing for me to g«t any Rleep, as my 'urain was so un naturally active thut I could do nothing but think and tisink till morning; and the worst part of it was that my thoughts were never pleasant ones. There was always trouble looming ahead in my mind, and, likely . enough, my spirits sank to a very low el.b. Such u melancholy condition 1 had never been in before; for what...

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 — 6 January 1905

From a Near- By Town. WHAT TUKVyAY INM.I&M01.K IS Till, SAML AS 1111 \SU HI KL PliLKii lb something no\ol m leading in cidents connected with tho bfo of people in .i ii( ighbouung town K\cn if theso aie of tlio most tin nil n,i tmo the fact of them being neai ncighbouis makes them uiteiest mg Take tho opnuo is on 1 )oau'b Baclwiohu Kidney 1'ills m this tow n and compalo tliem with nhat follows fiom Liisiuoie Tins is only one example, but it is suflioient to pio\c the tiuth of thu assoitiou Mi W ' Hobiiihon, w lio can ios on biismcbs as a wool and coal mcichaut m Littlo Magellan stieet, Libinoio, ba^s —'I ha\o beonagicat suflcieu fiom tiduey tioublo foi many jo.ua and having huen ad\iHud to tiy Uoan's 13aoka(hu Kiilney Pills I obtained home mid noticed a decided iclief affci tho hist box I iioi si-\ oied with them and now, wiltoi taking '-onouiI boxes of them, can testily to thu bunoticml I'esults Iv obtained t loin them I am complctoly cuicil, not hiMiig hid a ictiiln of'tho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-State Cricket. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

Inter-State Cricket. SiDMuY, Monday In the match between second elevens of Nt-w South W.ilos and Yiutonu, the foimei ecoied 031 in tlio hrst inningb — Johnson 81, Pyo 94, Cuiter 81, Redgiave 78,vDiamond 24 (not out) The Victor ians havo 5 wickets down foi 108 — Wai no 38 OM)Ni'Y, xuesaay. - In tho second eleven match, tho Vic tpnans aie all out in tho hist innings for 110, Pj e, tho N !- Wales bowler, taking 5 wicKots foi 3 l uub In then second innings tho Victoiims had scoi ed 135 foi tho loss of 3 w ici.ets, w hen lain stopped play. sSvijni^, Wednesday In the second innings the Victonan ?second eleven me all out foi 170 — Giant 44 , P^e took 3 wickets foi 21 luns. The N S Wales team won by an inn ings and 3liO lunR Mi.llouum:, Monday. In tho nitoi State mutch, Victoiiav. South Au=ti.ilia, tho latttei scored 420 in tho hist innings — Golns 170, Claxton 58 Viotpiia had scoied six without tho loss of a wicket, when heavy lam stopped play and the stumps were diawn * Mm.boi itw, Tuesda...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lismore Happenings. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

Lismore Happenings. ' WliuNKsilAY. . Tun heat wave has struck us very hard, ftucl you sep red-faced, hoiifced-looliiny ' citizens striking a beo-line for pubs.^and icbd drinks shops very frequently; through tho day, and night too for that matter.' No eases' of heat apoplexy havo been re ported yet, but if ? the heat .continues soinoono must cave in' before long.-V As it is a L'ood deal of sickness is nrovalent. especially among children. ' ; ' ; The fire fiend paid us a right;Vroyal. visit on Monday, vvhon a cot tage tieiir the convent took h'ro, and as a vory.hot wind was blowing it was nob many; minutes before tho wholo ' of tho splendid block of buildings, comprising the convent and Roman Catholic church, wore destroyed;. Vory little of tho furniture was saved, owing to the rapid spread of tho llames; and practically everything was lost.; 'No particulars are to hand re ^insurances ;: but in any case much of the' furniture and. fittings consisted of choice articles that could hard...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. Sydney, Monday. 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

OUR SYDNEY UTTER. (FHOM OUK CORK BSl'ON DENT ) Sydney, Monday. 1905. Thoyenr is opening nono too auspic iously. 'Tlio'1 harvest Inia failed to justify its oui'ly proiuiso, nud in some cases the crop has boon an nbsoluto failtivo. Bush fires havo done nn in nnlculnblu amount of damage, und al ?- though the Government Exporinientiil Forms manage to show fairly pood re Biilts, the knowledge necessary to muke i tho host of so capricious a climnlo does not soeni to be vory common among cultivators. Tho Minister for/ Lands is ondonvoring to galvanise his depart ment into some show of activity, to got ' 500 families settled on the newly acquired Myall Creek property in time to got a crop in for next harvest. The nrea will be about 100 acres each. Tho land has to bo surveyed, taken up, fenced and cultivated, so, to practical men, tho prospects of success seems dubious. Vory shortly wo shall hoar tho usual cry that tho areas ofibrod are not largo enough, and Mr. Ashton will learn to his disg...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

THE LATEST NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON. -Monday. A mystery surrounds tho rot urn to St. Petersburg of Admiral Kamiakon' fmm Paris, whoro ho has boon sitting on tho International Commission 'of- Inquiry into tho North Sea outrage. It i.s supposed that ho is going to report. 'ro.bJie.Czar-tho probable outcome of tlio -Commission. Tho plea of ill-health is ridiculed. T.mcmn\r.:,rni,,,,.....': . - Newspapers in their annual reviews stato that tho year 1904 was tho most , prosperous in tho 'history of Canada. There was a notable increase in immigra tion, and tho laud sales in Manitoba doubled. There has been a great sottlo mout of fanners from tho United States. The interruption 011 the Polish railways and in other districts in Russia is officially attributed to snowdrifts, and unofficially to tho destruction ' of bridges by tho relations of reservists. Aborcorn, tho famous Australian race horse, dropped dead at Rahony, in Ireland. Thecloarancos made by London hankers at the Clearing Ho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. Tattersall's Club Races MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

SPORTING NEWS. ? ? ? -NT— ? Tattorsall's Club Races MoNIlAV. ..--.. Flying Handicap --Handsome ljHolo photo 2, Deemster 3.. - . Nursery Handicap — Lady Wallace 1, Cushla 2, Picturesque 3. - Tattersall's Gift — Marie Corelli, 1, Lady Simmer 2, Deemster 3. Tatterpall's Cup-Ovordalo 1, Tattor demalion 2, Elvo 3. Steeplechase— Snowstorm l,Bardeiioo 2, Dolob 3 Welter Haurlicnp— Fashoda, 1, Dip loma 2, Port Jackson 3- At the Coiaki laco meeting C. Caimont lode four wmneis out of si\ events. At tho Bnsbauo J C Races, last1 Satmday, Titbits won the Flying Handi cap, and Flame (ho Club Handicap 'The Bega Cup, iuii on Tuesday, v.is wen by Loid Robeits, Ivy second, and Hui et Rose tlind. \ At the V It C nets, on Monday, Watchinakci won the Huidlo Race, Blight Beauty tho Bagot Handicap, Aggiession the Woltoi, Sinnang the Standibh Handicap, Abd.ill.ih theStceplc chasp, and Chainiaut the Cnteiiou Handicap. All tho Giaflon hoiscs taking paitat tho late Coiaki meeting left that place foi Giafton on...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Important Matter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

An Important Matter. 'In\ Mill)' wnLeb as undei — ' With youi pel mission, I would like to diaw public attention to the Casino Giuftoti railway line Ase\oiyouo isaw.iiotho rails ha\o all been laid fiom the Giafton oncl, and now it is to bo ballasted fiom Casino towaids Giaftou, so that tho ballast-en»ino and waa''ons will not bo running o\ oi it till completed Tt booms that the neaiesb metal is home .38 miles distant, and will bo diawn to Cahino Now, wo h.i\o tho hnoht niolal in tho colony .it Naughton's Gap, only some hi\ or seven miles ,iway; and to the oidin uy lay mind it lb cleai that the best and cheapost'way^to hnd ball isL -v\ould bo to erect a oi usher* .it the Gap, instead of Miauling lndilluent niet.il foi 158 nulos In fan ness and 'justice to tho people of C.isino, half tho lino should have been biiilt fioni Casino, and tho mils laid fiom hero , and had bho people of Casino been moioahvoto thou nitoiosts, they would havo moved in the mittoi Lismoio derived neaily all the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Great and Useful Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

A Great and Useful Work. Wiioevkr was instrumental in forcing upon (Ik- attention of the ' powers that, be ' the necessity for ;i water supjily scheme for the progressive town of Casino, deserves commendation. Tho first in Rtalmunt of the contract is now being nni'i-iii(l niir i\ ncl i tirti nrl nu ti iniTnivirwr VUlllbM U'll^ llftlLl IIIUUIlll' (* till KIU1IIU station on the smith b»iik of the river, about midway between tho ruilway bridgo and tho Casino Co-operative Co's large butter factory ; a reservoir, on whut is known as Church Hill, with a storage capacity of 40(5,000 gallons of water; a large muin from the pumping .station to the reservoir, and ncioss the river ? l-y Irving bridge to the. main town The first instalment of reticulation,! pipes will bo Centre-street to Barker-street, uptli.it street to Walker-street, thence down the latter street to the railway station. ; Hut Mr. G. A Fowle, this Government In spector iir charge of bhe . work, ,is 'now busily ougngL'd in maki...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tatham. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

' '?? Tatham. A MiiBTiNti was hold in the Presbyter ian Church,: at Tathain; . oii Wednesday night last, for the ?purpose' 'of opening a Good ToinplarsVLodge.;;;Mr.':J. I;' Smith, D.C.T., occupied the chaiiv and the meet ing was 'opened ;, by; ;tlio;^ingiiig of tho Toniperauce ., Hoiig, . ' '. Sound,! tho' . Batt le Cry.' Bio. li.;R. Jack then, ofi'ored up I'1:}?01'- ??;:.:' ; ?' ^:.:-':-:?^^v:;'!',.. , , Tlio uuairiiian .aunijuucuii -wio oiyoui- «i tho visit,, and also pub forth the platform of tho I.O.G.T., ; ' Total Abstinence fur the Individual and Prohibition for the State.' Tlio address was;followed with a song by Bro.Jonks, '', My Sunbeam Lou.' SisLor F. Turnor then sang' You 'and I '; -Bro. C. Raynorgiiyp a short address, and Bro. Mobro--''8aiijc.i;.'-',;My^ild Kentucky homo.' The Chairniiin then' gave a comic reading ; ;Bro-:'Moore ^fbllq wed '?; witli d( short address, n aftpr,^ which ; tliore ?, was a song by tlio company, i*4-' Gospel Bolls.' Bro. C. Rayner supplied a- r...

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 — 6 January 1905

'f^TE take this opportunity to thank our Numerous ^** Customers for the encouraging* support we have received since the Inauguration *:of ? our Business, and for the Gigantic Xmas Response to Our Efforts, ? . ? I which has given us Confidence and Encourage in ent in launching* out into the New Year. ». Spurred on by our gTeat achievements iit so firmly establishing* our foothold, it is our intention not to rest on the success of the past, but to ASPIRE TO BIGGER THINGS in the future. WITH THIS END IN VIEW''' . to merit a STILL LARGER RESPONSE during this New Year. No -stone will be left unturned by the . leyer we shall apply — strict attention to - ''every ' individual I Customer's requiremeutsr—which shall have for its fulcrum our* SUFFICIENCY OF CAPITAL, enabling us to pass on to our Customers the benefits which our UNHAMPERED BUYING CAPA CITY brings in its execution. ? ~__ ? / , l) / ' 'In Eatables, Wearables and Usables :,.; ' WILL BE BETTER SUPPLIED AT than in 1904, and it is o...

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 — 6 January 1905

PITH AND POINT. Quite a run on Mr. Imeson's ico factory for some days. Application to. be made for a license for a third large hotol at Kyogle. Temperature at Graf ton ranged up to 11/5 degrees in Uiu shade cm Monday lust. Animal sound gathering in connection with the Casino Band was boiiig hold lust nif^lit. Warm weather in Lusuio, a cloio ap proach' lo whatsoinu folk describe as tho In t'pi mo Ti'iubly destiuctne firo in Lisn'iorc. Roman Catholic com cut -ind clmvoli deb troy cd. .'Poll Aitbui has met its fato/surrcniiercrl aftci a tumble butdicty of beseiged and buiOlglM S ? Bmli fires c\cry\\heio have added to tho ti;»-pical I1U0 ho it ?wave which swept over the Statis. On Cluibtmas E\o last thu Brisbano trams earned 8000 nioio passungcrs than in any previous year. In the I'uiuut district thousands of sheep, lioltcs, -,ittle and poultry weio roasted alive bj' U10 bush firop , .-' It is luniomed Messis Scharcr and Co. Iia\e wrild their butLlieiing business at .Ky ogle ti) Jlr. Fr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Taste of Hell. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

A Taste of He!!. ' It whs magnificonfc, but — by ghost, ?it was a taste of hell itself !' Thus a railway engine-driver at Jtedfern Station on Monday morning, discussing his experiences on Saturday, with an 'Evening News' reporter. ' I've been a good many years on the foot-plate,' he added, 'but I never felt anything like it in my life. And I hope I don't never feel anything like it again.' ' . fI1luiinr]i fr.wn Tin'fjiHvnN :iri» Wfill known to constitute the equivalent of an affirma tive, ho evidently didn't mean them to be ho in this case. a' ' This side of Hill Top,' he continued, 'the view, oh 'Saturday night, was beau - ' tiful. A lot of gullies open out there, sweeping away from the line to one side, and the flames were running right through ; them. '*-.- ' '? Everything was ablaze, and it looked splendid. But, by ghost, the heat was awful. 'I couldn't hold the valve handles; couldn't touch the steam register, nor the brake, nor the reversing gear, only by using a wet rag in in...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Severe Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

Severe Drought. ., '-The present drought in Louisville, ? ? \Ainoiica, is the severest since 1854 Theie - '' lias been virtually ho rain sinco the hist week in July. Pastures failed in Sep 'tember, when all vegetation was cut short, , and the corn cr- p was greatly d imaged, - '. aud failed to mature. A conservative ! estimate places the corn crop at one-half 1 had not failed since 1881 are entirely dry, '' and farmers in many localities are com pelled to haul water for miles, both for '' ' - stock and household use. Wheat has failed to sprout, and is decaying in , the ground. Fanned by high winds, and ' . t with no water to stay the flames in many ; localities are compelled to haul water for ' miles, both for stock and household use. Wheat has failed to sprout, and is decay - ' ' ing in the grouud. Fanned by high winds, and with no water to s,tay the flames, Kentucky is at the mercy of fire. Last night was one of terror in many sections of the State. Owing to live mouths' drought t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coraki J.C. Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

Coiaki J.C. Annual Races. The above meeting came off on New Year's Day, and was very successful, there being a large attendance, although the excessive heat prevented many from being jjresenb. Tho arrangements were all in good order, and tho Club should come oufc with a substantial credit bal ance over the meeting. Results : — Towx Plate' (£40), 1 mile. - M. Moylan's Bii-h, 8-12 (Carmont) 1 W.. Barnes' No'ela, 7-12 (Palmer) 2 J. Fraser's Zaloo, 7-5 (Langlnun) 3 Onco Again 9-3,'*Hindoo 9-2, Sarto 8-12, Master Dantou 8-9, Muscatel 8-5, Uralba 7-0, also started. * ' , . Bolting : 2 to 1 Hindoo, 3's Zalbe, o's Bira, Muscatel, or Noela, 8's others. Zaloe immediately 'rushed to tho front, and led out of the straight closely attend ed by Bira and Noola, with tho rest strung' out. . Zaloo - continued to load along tho back, and past, tho half-milu, where Bira ran up to him, and tho pair raced to tho homo turn together. Bira led into the straight and won' comforL ably by three lengths. Time,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
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One Body with Two Heads. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

One Body with Two Heads. Two young ladies of just the same age, a little dissimilar in features, so that you could easily have told one sister from the other, but could have 110 doubt that they were Bisters, rose ? i i ? i l . ji ? ? i; ? „,. ?' „£ aI. „ aim uoweu 10 me uuuieimu ui me Metropolitan Music Hall as tho curtain drew up the other nftcrnoon. They ?were dressed exactly nlike, in lighf blue satin, with short skirts and silk stockings, mid big jiictme hats; they smiled together, and .their four eyes twinkled lospoiihively with amusement, as the audience greeted them with a sound thnt was half applause and half a murmur of curiosity. Clearly, any one would have said, who' had strolled casual Ij* info the orchestra stalls with out looking at his invitation card, these were a new couple of performers of the sister duetists type. So, in deed, they were. J3ut they did not sing. They sat. down again, and each drew a bow across the strings of a violin ; their performance was a violi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
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THE WAR. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

THE WAR. LONDON, Sunday. On (he ground that the time was yet unripe for tho ceremony, Admiral Togo declined a reception proposed to bo ac corded 'him by thu municipality of Tokio. Admiral Togo attended funeral services ofthoso killed at Port Arthur, and read a eulogy on the dead. Tlio Tnivio correspondent or mo - (stan dard' lologriiplis that a number of Rus sian naval ijfliccrs who weio interned ab Chinese ]iorts, and oven some of (ho olficors interned in I ho German possession of Kiao-chau, h:ivo escaped. All hope to join tho Baltic fleet. 1' TJiu Russian Government; has invited the monasteries of thu Orthodox (Greek) Church to lax thumselves for tho support of the war with Japan. The mobilisation of the reserves iu Poland is oxrreiiiely difficult. Reservists are treated like criminals. Many aro trying to escape service, hut despito all efforts aro forced into the railway carri ages. , Seven junks which were attempting to provision Port Arthur havo been captured by the Japanese. T...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Casino Kyogle Advertiser, The
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Pictures of Christ. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 6 January 1905

Pictures of Christ. , , ? Who painted the first picture of Jesus Christ. Were, there artists at the time he lived, and if not, where were the features by which he was re presented taken from ? ? Replying to this interesting qnery Van Dvke. author of 'Art for Art's — — ^ — , ? _ - ^ Sake,' says : — '? There is no authentic likeness of the Christ. -The /Mosaic Decalogue forbade the image, and Palestine never had any pictorial arf.. According to Church tradition, /St. Luke was 'a painter, and painted the Virgin, and again, by the same authority, St. Ver onica, who wiped the-face of the Christ as he sank beneath the cross o x , the way to Calvary .received upon her handkerchief ihe. imprint' of his features. Bnt the Veronica, handker chief and the St Luke pictures existent in churches and'galleiues to-day were not painted until after the eighth century. The face of the Christ what we know at the present, lime, came about iu this way :— ' The Church at Rome in early Christian times accep...

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