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Nomination Day in Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Nomination B-j«y in Casino. I Nomination day, in connection with I Casino Municipality, was held on Tuesday I last, in the Town Hall, when upwards of 50 ratepayers asseniblud. Usually on such occasions ratepayers have not turned up in force, but in this instannn snnn- Ht.Hn in terest has been taken. Ratepayers should not fail to at tend on nomination day, and heal- from the candidates their views on Municipal matters, thus enabling them to judge as to who are the bust to give their votes to. The Returning Officer . (Aid. J.- B. M'Dougall) read the advertisenn-nt with reference to the annual election, and also that referring to the extraordinary va cancies, together with the nominations received in both cases. For tho vacancy 'which occurred by the resignation of Aid Carmont, he declared Mr. Dugald S. Kayner duly elected un opposed ; and for the vacancy in the re tirement of Aid. James Page, lie declared Mr. Herbert C. J. Pa^e elected unop posed. For the tegular election of aldermen,...

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 — 6 February 1903

Local and General News. Official Correspondence. — The Principal Undor-Secretary advises Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., that the sum of £101) has been allotted to the Casino Hospital out of the vote of £6000 passed in the 1902-3 Estimates, for ' special grants to i' »„,i. ? ? *i.„». r J ''J' mijitoata imuu mio usual form of application be completed and returnod as soon as possible. Casino Police Court. — At the Police Court, on Thursday, John Enright was fined os or 24 hours' imprisonment for drunkenness ; and 10s or seven days' light labour for obscene language. Twenty-four hours were allowed in which to pay tho fines. R. Stewart pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and7 was fined 2s Gd, one hour being allowed to pay. Massed Bands Concert. — Every thing -points to a big attendance on Casino showground on Wednesday night noxt. when tho Lismore nnd Casino Town Bands will give a moonlight con cert, the proceedings to open at 8 o'clock. Special efforts are being made to pro vide a tip-top...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Stock Boards' Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Stock Boards' Council. Tub 23rd quarterly meeting of the Council of Advice was held in Sydney on the 27th and' 28th ult., when the Pastures Protection Act was laid before the Council, also the Travelling 'Stock Bill, which,- being identical with the Hill prepared by the Council,, was adopted. The following resolutions were also carried : — ]. That the chief inspector of stock be asked to obtain the fullest informa tion possible as to the mode of treat ment of starving stock coming on to green pasture, and to instruct the in spectors to give the information to drovers arid the public through the local press. . ? 2. That-,, under clause 18 of . the Pastures Protection Act,: the situation will arise that - owners ????in::' droughts stricken country who liave'tlieir stock ou agistment in other districts will be rated in their own districts ? on the carrying capacity of their land, and in the other districts on their stock on agistment, thus paying a double assessment, and a provision sh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The State's Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

The State's Unilways. The outlook in connection with the ?railways of this State is anything but promising, the loss during the current year being estimated at £500,000, which will have to be made good from other sources, or be added to that con venient and ever-growing account the accumulated deficit. The past quar terly returns, recently published, show a very unsatisfactory state of affairs, and prove that the wish of the people to have the railway service disassociated from political control has been thwar ted. The blame therefore does not altogether rest with the Commission ers. The Government, at the instance of the Labour Party, went behind the advice of the Commissioners and this year increased salaries to the extent of £60,000, which increase was forced upon the Department ; and as a con sequence retrenchment lias resulted in the dismissal of working hands where by upwards of £50, 000 has been saved, and by reduction of working hours in various departments another £10,000 l...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The New Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

The New Kaihviij Station. Rkferbncb was made by the State Premier on Thursday to t he Govern* meiit proposals in connection with the new railway station. Sir John See said : — 'Weiutend to expedite the work of construction in terms of the original plan as quickly as possible, The Go vernment do not, propose to retardvtlie matter in any way, but, we wish to make the place available at an early date. For many yeavs now the Bail way Commissioners have been com plaining that the yard accommodation at'Redferu is quite insufficient, so much so that the trains cannot be safely worked. Iu view of that fact the Government have determined to give the commissioners extra accom modation, afforded on the new sito; as tarly as possibl We want to ex pedite tho traffic arrangements in every way. As I have said, however, this will not retard the construction of the main building, but it will necea Sitrily be some time before that is available. The building is part of the plan, and will be completed ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. NEW ENGLAND J. C. RACES. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

, ' SB.»OKTIX« JXEWS. .. ? ? 'V ... NEW ENGLAND J. C. RACES. Akmidale, Wednesday. To-day s events resulted : — Borough Handicap. — Wyenii, 7-2, 1 ; Weetah, 8-12, 2 ; Loch Long, 8sb.,:3. ? , Flyinir Handicap. — Gentleman Jim 1, Weetah 2, Monte Chi'isto 3. City Handicap. — Incision, 7-6, !?; Biru, 9-(i, 2 ; Comrade, 8-1, 3. Park Stivkes. — Rosewood 1, Atom 2, Dromedary 3. 1 v: ' . Thursday; Club Handicap.— Tellurium 1, Monte Christo 2, Lock Long 3. New England Cup.— Wyona 1, Keeble 2. Only two stnrted. 1 Disposal Stakes. — Rosewood 1, Catar- I act 2, Velox 3. . . Grandstand Stakes. — Evangeline 1, Keeble 2, Comrade 3 Farewell Handicap. — Atom 1, Loch Long 2, Blue Gown 3. The racing was excellent, aud the at tendance good. Haymaker is said to be amiss. Tuesday's ' Daily Telegraph ' says : — The stipendiary stewards have disposed of what is known as ' the Bob case ' by dismissing it. They added that the evi dence given was most unsatisfactory. It was shown that for tho Amateur 'Plate wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

General Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. Tho Case of Mrs. A. HANNAM. ' (FOB THE 'TIMES.') It is an indisputable fact that if sensible measures are taken 111 tune many of the ovils to which we are subject ean be counter acted. Conclusive proof of this is fur nished by Mrs: Ada Hannam, of Church street, North Purramatta, who, oil being interropatcd/by our reporter, replied : 'It I had not adopted the iuea tires I did, I foar to think what might have hap pened, for I was iu.*-t 111 that weak condi tion which materially helps nil sorts of disensos-to lay hold of people. It i» when tin re is 110 vitality in the body to assist in warding off the pi m ailing epidemics lliat the Iivcb of the feeble are lost, and for that reason alone — quite independent of tho misery attached lo being sick from day today — it is a iiignlv nnpoitiint mutter to keep up one's strength.' ' I'ut some folks consider tlmt you enn ?nofrftlwnys ilu llml,*' mud ili« writer. - 'All! but I know dillurvut to that,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

'GS5MB2aSAl. MEWS. ,An exchange wants to know will Mr. 0', Sullivan take up a selection - iu ? , .VVostrnlia ? . ; i If molas'os be a euro for cancer, sugar-cane growing will have a now ' significance. The best weather profit in Australia wOuld be a general heavy fall of rain. i.- ;r X'eopie in tae urenreii iiislrict aro at their wits' ond to' Itnow where to send their stock, for which there is no feed. Soma homeowners are considering tho advisability of shooting their animals. '? A man from out back says that people '? ' . there are in a starving condition, and . that he saw some wearing -sacking as clothing. Their food hus been chiofly flour and rabbits, and these aro ex- ' ^ hausted. ' CAVANonoii's Liver Tonic never fails to ; ' give relief iu all liver and kidney complaints. For sale at all stores.* i ' It . is stated., that Countess Russell, . who' obtained a divorce from Earl itussell in 1901, has discovered that her - - second husband is a bogus prince. ' The restrictions pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

mHE NORTH COAST STEAM- NAVI T G'ATION COMPANY, Limited. . j ?EXPRESS Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. , H E fast and powerful sere iv Steamships ramornie & to.mki Are now running a B i - weekl y c,S,B,pT-°^ ' leaving Sydney TUESDAY _an SATLR DAY and leaving CORAKI on 1 Uil/b DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). , The fine steamer RAMORNIE now niakin' regular weekly trips hits' a vefri S& chamber equal to '00^ tons capacity, is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in the.SSatyon, and all mordern improvements. * The steamer ST. GEORGE lehving Sydney on Thursday will also ???make- weekly trips, to the River, calling, at Newcastle coming Notth. . Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Toniki, St. George, ov Ramornie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis mnre, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that nl I .com munications regarding; Shorts or Mibbiiir Car^o be directed to the Local Managor,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

John Dixon, of Myull Creok, produco morel unit, has sequestrated his estato. A Sydney fruit hawker was sontencod to 21 days hard labour for solliug' 211bs. ♦Aozs. of grapes aa 3Ubs. P »t H is the Trade Mark A Postal Card Request of the genuine and . LP brings you the only portable ml , opinions of Knolin},' ^ Public e::i ruberoid roofing .;:i to endure - ^ ^ everyone in this cVtmntc. It has confiflcnre. is much Cheaper and Cooler than Iron. E. RICII & CO., LTD., SYDNEY. TH E \ Fill[ )»articu|„s tron) tlic sole AGENTS, * N. SIMPLE. AUTOMATICS v E. RICH & CO., LTD. \SAj;fHir\ \ SAFFTV \ \ SURE. \ \ LIFT \ SIDNEY, W.S.W. \ CHEAP.\ Be sure you get P & B Dampcourse is the genuine. the cheapest, Metier the best, r P & B DAMPCOURSE. ss the laid contract than any . every time. ' in the market. \-a U Dampcourse. , E. RICII and CO., LTD., SYDNEY. ? / ? , Retiring from Business. rj^HE. undersigned, in RETURNING HIS GRATEFUL THANKS for the uninterrupted . ^ Strea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Special Advertisements. ? ? u ? ? ? 1 5 Chemist 8& Dentist | €.' «to«30©a-o » % l GEO. J. MORTIMER, I | CHEMIST & DENTIST, | d.. Barker Street, Casino. -P 1 Painless- Dentistry. | | Teeth Extracted Painlessly | 0. By the Aid of Nitrous- £ r Oxide Gas, &c. € 5 Local \noestlietics when 0 Required./ ' , ? j® v Tcctli Stopped in Gold audi ^ Amalgam Fillings. 0 \ Artificial Teeth Mounted on 5 ? Gold, Platinum, axd Vulcanite, d 2 ;®--T£ETH SCALED, i© § ? ® Children's Teeth Regulated. £ S -A' Large - Stock of Drugs, 5 tf. Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries . jc Patent Medicines, Perfumery 5 ij and Toilet Requisites, always 5 . £ kept in stock, 0 r such as 5 5 Hair Brushes. ; -3 i . ? . Tooth Brushes.- ? r ? Nail Brublieb. ? !£ Combs. a -£ Tooth Powders. P J Toothpastes. ~ £ £ Toilet Soaps. £ 4 Sponges, &c. fj 1 Spectacles to Fit all Ascs. a m Prescriptions and Family Receipts 0 4 B.'Accuratoly Compounded. & ^ Agent for ^ | ZOELLER'S | 0 Inoculating Instr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Fred. J. Board, A. I. A., _ Archi teet, Woodlakk-Stueet, Lismore. Eight Years' Experience' with two leading Sydney Architects. Flans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms VISITS CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, und may be consulted at Stirgess' Hotel. ? The Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casixo, Fuiday, February G, 1903.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Weekly Calendar. FEBRUARY. .=' 'S i i . i s ' ? H. WATKR I sS isJi ! i i| ! 1 1 Sytlncy ^ -3 igl' * a e 1 i' ! -. -- s B. ! § ^ iMor. Aft. & -g ; ^1 O) » a.\ , H. M.lH. S1.|H.M. 1'. M. P.M. II. M. H.M. GF 12 or. 21 G 57 1 27 1154 2 23 3 1 7 S 12 9 5 23(5 57 2 30 a.m. 3.38 414 SS 12 9 5 24 G 55 3 3212 47 149 523 9 M 12 9 5 25 G 55 4 30 147 55G 627 10 T 12 9 5 2GG 54 5 24 2 50 G57 723 II W 12 9 5 271! 53 G 13 3 58 7 48 S 0 12 Th 12 915 28 G 52 G58 5 8 829 84S v Phases of the Moon. First Quarter, February 12, 10.58 a.m.

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In the Company of a Corpse. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Ill the Company of a Corpse. There was - excitement at Stawell railway station shortly after the arrival of the Horsham train on Friday after noon. One of the trucks attached to the train contained a corpse, the coffin having a tarpaulin wrapped round it. A porter went to the truck to see that everything was right, when he was astonished to see a movement of the tarpaulin. He . discovered two stow aways, one of whom jumped up and bolted over the side of the truck and escaped. His companion was secured, and the stationmaster gave him into custody for travelling without a ticket. The man gave his name as Percy Lin ton, 22 years, and his occupation as that of a clerk. He stated that his family, who are residents of Kent, are in comfortable circumstances, and that some months ago he went to Western Australi 1, but being unable to obtain employment, decided to return home.. His funds by this time being very low, 011 lauding at Adelaide he decided to' walk to Melbourne. He had got as far ...

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The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

The Produce Market. r [By Telegraph.]1 SYDNEY, Thursday. Butter: Choice creamery, Is; factory, lid ;? dairy, lOd per lb. Maize: Northern rivers, 5a to 'Si 3d per bushel ; Argentine, 4s 8d to 4s Od. Eggs : ' Northern rivers, lOd to 12d per .dozen.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Canadian Marconi Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

The Canadian Iflarconi Com pany. A .message from Montreal to the Vancouver 'Daily News Advertiser,' dated 3rd January, gives the following particulars of the establishment of the system of wireless telegraphy in America : — Montreal will be the centre of the business operations of the Canadian Marconi Company, which proposes to establish commercial offices in every city, town, and- village in the Dominion, and will iu all probability reach Alaska, and as far as Cape Nome. Two men have been sent West, and are now iu the Rockies, looking for a desirable site for a sta tion. The prairie station, in all pro bability, will be near Stony Mountain. As soon as it is opened messages will be exchanged from the top of Mount Royal, Montreal. Mr. Green said to day that the commercial work of the company will be in full swing in: a few months. According to a Halifax tele gram of same date, Signor Marconi, speaking at a mayoral banquet given in liis honour, said that wireless messages would be so ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

SYDNEY MARKET . PRICES, - Following are the .wholesale quotations iu Sussex-street, Sydney : — ? Wheat': South Australian, now crop, choice milling. Os. per bushel, f.o.b. Port Adelaide, or equal to Gs 4d in Sydney. Flour: Sydney roller, to £12 5s per ton ; Manitoba, on spot in Sydney, £13 to £13 as ; ditto, to arrive in April and May, £12 17s 6d to £13 5s. Maize : Local, new, 53 3d ; Northern River grain, 5s ; prime, 5s 3d per bushel ; south ern grain, choice, 5s 5d to 5s 6d ; Argentine, ' 4s 7d to' 4s ltd, according to parcel. Bran, Is 4d to Is 4^d per bushel. Pollard, Is Ud to Is lOd.per bushel. Chickwheat-: Local, to 5s lOdper bushel ; Adelaide, 5s lOd to 6s. Barley : Prime feed, to 4s Tilper bushel. Oats : Tasmanian, 3s 3d to 3s Gl ; prime, 3s Od j New Zealand, prime, 3s lOd; good, to 3s 8(1 ; inferior, 3s 2d per bushel. Oaten Hay: Local, prime, £0 15s to £7 7s 6d per ton ; medium, to £0 5s ; inferior, to £5 5s; South Australian, £5 10s ; Victorian, choice, £7. 10s. Lucerne' Ha...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

SPOfitTING NEWS. ? ? ? ? Thosk speedy horses Bcngalla, Car nientii, and Sparklet have taken then departure for South Africa. . Mishap, who travels round with Darcy Hylands' circus, and has raped all over Australia, won the Trial Stakes at Laun ceston, paying the tine dividend of £30 8s. Mishap is by Mistake, who is also the sire of Blunderer. At a mooting of the Tasmanian Jockey Club, lsisb week, the consistent Chester field, who had the HobarbnndLaunoestou Clips to his credit, finished first in the T.'l'.C. Handicap, but upon weighing in the rider was -fib short, owing to losing a stirrup, and the stakes went to The Sirdar, withVolee second, and Rapid third. . . . The enquiry into the running of Bob at Warwick Farm, Rosehill, and Randwick, is ' not. -yet done with. The stipendiary stewards, 'after taking evidence, sent the matter ? on to the A.J. C. committee, but this latter body lias forwarded it hack to the stewards. . , ' . -Telegraph, at one time a good performer on the suburb...

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Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

Meteorological Information. 1 The following are the observations of emperature and rainfall in Casino, taken by the Telegraph Master at 9 a.m. each day, for the week ended February 5th : — 1)ate- ^Shade!' Shade. :^ninf''' Friday, Jan. 30 SO- GO' ; 0'07 Saturd'y, Jan. 31 82- : 52- I 0-00 Sunday, Feb. 1 84- ? : 50- I O'OO Monday, Feb. 2 00' | G5- | O'OO Tuesday,. Feb. . 3 . 84' : G4* , O'OO Wednes., Feb. 4 93' ! GO' j O'OO Thursd'y, Feb. 5 89' | 59' 0*00 Average....' ? S6- 59'85 Total rainfall ? 0 07

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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

. BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. Following were the wholesale* pf ices in Biiabaiie on Tuesday : — Maize : Argentine, to 4s 3d per bushel. Bran, £7 10s per ton ; pollard, to £1) 10s. Chaff: Oaten, prime, £0 per ton. Potatoes : Imported, 5s Gil to 5s 9d per c\\ t. Hams : Pineapple, Is to Is Id ; Mild Cure, Is per lb. Bacon : Pineapple, flitches, 12d per lb ; Mild Cure, Hitches, 12d, and sides 14d. Butter : Local, factory, 10Ad to 1 Id per lb ; 1 southern, lid to 11 Ad. ( Cheese :, N.Z., medium and largo, Od to r 1 Oil per lb:; Victorian 7Ad to 8d ; local, 7Jd to 8d. ^ . , ? ? ? Fat Cattle. — At Homebush, on Monday last, ' upwards of 787 head of cattle were 1 y aided, representing 43 consignors, nearly , equal in proportions from tho north, south. ' / and west ; also 13 head from New Zealand. « There was the usual attendance of buyers, and as .the supply of really prime bullocks was not beyond requirements the market opened firm for such quality, while other descriptions were lower, closing ...

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