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

v v ^ n --/ y ... I , - J--' 1 f \M^h':y wi&tss . ^wA$m »s? o- m: cs :o:i-|#|fJf ^fllgy rvS^.KS,E3£S WEE53 SMS^SlKT. A competent stomach means vigour, vitality, health, Fcr fs'-M ' ??'?'?'iwTO by digestion alone can food be transformed into blood, brain, i&Nb&L- ? - ^SjKp^iW musclc, wasted tissues repaired, decay arrested and life sus ?'?''' '?' vssr§f ta'ned» Imperfect digestion (indigestion) upsets the whole economy of life. It ulakes good food poison, breeds dolts, laggards, hobbling rheumatics, nerve racking pains, Seigel's Syrup ensures Spar digestion, dispels disease, produces health. Backed by 34 years' ua- tSLsfefc. ygyf broken success in 16 countries. ferw^ iSEiGil'S 1 ft CYBIID If /Ml 'Two years ago I contracted indi- e&Cim S ram ls5?ll P3[ jfeiagestlon and had it pretty badly,' says T&sqjffir ® ® *? ^Sgy&Mr. Geo. Matthews; cn, Bourke St., Bragga. JSfeJwi Sydney. N.S.W. 'I suffered from severe pains in the stomach, sleep @gfi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

OKNISltAL. ITEMS- ? I Tub population of the Lismoro Muni cipality proper is 4710. The groat electric generating plant at Niagara Falls has boon destroyed by fire caused by lightning. Pigs, harnessed to little waggons, are made to do farm work in some of .the agricultural districts of China. It is believed that hve Russian torpedo boats have passod through tho Dar danelles. A number of frozon pigs, imported from America, and purchased for bacon curing purposes at Lismoro, have been received thero in good condition. Havo you considered — That wo are giv ing 20 per cent, discount, of all boots this month i— At A. C. Simpson's. At Tarcombe (Q.), last week, a man named William Evitts was struck' dead by lightning, and two horsos were also killed. Frau Krupp proposes to convert the Essen works of her late husband into a company. Her daughter will retain the mam interests. At Coolu'mbooka, near Bdmbala, on Sunday, a lad was dragged by a bolting horse for three miles. No bones were broken, ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Story of a Horse Deal. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

of si Horse Wcisl. 1 A huykr wanted a pair of well matched carnage horses. Simpson, the selector, had a bay gelding of exceptional type, and the buyer called to inspect. ' What do you want for ltr JUiorty s . =tue Jowest. 'I ll give you 30.' No, I won't go any lower.' Then there was a pause, and Simpson casually mentioned that Johnny Williams, who lived about 10 miles up the creek; had a good match for his horse. ' A beautiful bay with black points, just sucli^anotlier as this 'un, and bred by the same man. Johnny's away, and he'll be back before dinner to-morrow, and you can seethe horse then.' So the buyer determined to see Williams' horse, and if it suited hnn to come back to Simpson, and secure; the other. The following evening the buyer returned, bringing with him flie bay lie had purchased from Johnny Williams. He had to pay £50 tor him — Johnny would not take a penny less. At the gate 'Simpson met the buyer. . ' Well, I see you bought Johnny's horse ?' ' He's a better sort th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes by "Bushman." POPULARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 February 1903

? Notes I-y »? MDisSBsnaii.' I Poi'ur.Aiirrv: ? ? ?? ?. UsFORTOKATKf.Y for Uic -well-beinsf of ! the human race, Hie g-cat ni-'i]oritv I accept popularity us a ccrtificato of intelligence and gem-ral worth m the | - man. In civiliswl life, cspcc.inlly go-; ' -vermug politically mid .socially, tliere i is no human lmpume so ? (hsastronsly I far-rcaclnng 111 its effects as is the 111- i fluencc commanded bv men of popu- 1 ? larity. In every social or public move- I rnent the popular man gets to the! jront. He is 110 doubt, a n:ce fellow 1 — a kind-hearted, charitable, good fellow — and mayhap, if lie possesses the shekels, a good shouting fellow ; ? fulfilling which standard the popular ?-.'- man is impulsively lifted into the most ? v v o , important national offices, regardless .--of. any sterling qnaliticat.ions for the position. Man, who belongs to the brute order, is ever hungering after happiness orgratilication. J-Iow, then, is it reasonable to suppose he will vote : ? 7^ a his...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cricketing Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

A. Cricketing Incident. ' I Ihk action of the Marylebone com mittee in instructing umpires to gauge the width of bats used in matches re minds a writer of an amusing incident iu JSiiglaud' some years ago. The oc casion Avas the tirst match played by the 188-1 Australian eleven-, and the scene Lord Sheffield's beautiful park in Sussex. ? W. G. 'Grace, captain of the home side, expressed some doubt about the bats used by the Australians ?not exceeding the orthdox maximum width, and with tlio consent of the visitors the bats were submitted to the test^of the gauge. When it was dis covered that two or three of them re quired a slight shaving before they would go through, Grace said, in a tone of banter, ' I say, we can't stand you fellows playing against us with bats that are made wider than the ruh s allow, you know !' There, was just an. indication of a snigger at the expense of the Australians, but little Alick Baunerman turned tlio laugh dead against the burly chanipiou and Jiis cum...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our New Naval Commandant [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Oup lVew Naval ComiiiaiKlaiit The new Naval Commandant of Australia, Vice-Admiral Fanshawe, though not exactly an orator, speaks well. He expresses himself deliber ately and clearly, but is very guarded not to overstep the line which separ ates his office from the affairs of State or polities. He paid a graceful com pliment at- the regatta luncheon to the kind-heartedness and naval skill of his old chief, Sir Harry Rawson, the State Governor. His reference to his Ex cellency's generosity can be borne out by some people who are aware of the princely way in which. Sir Harry be- . stowed his charity in deserving quar ters at Christinas lime. Sir Harry, it may be explained, is not a rich man, but. he knows how to give and how to say nothing about it.— 'Sunday Times.' ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Duties of a Constable. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

The IMities ol*a Cou$tall)le- 1 . f A si'iioiAij ?' Gazette' has been pub lished containing rules for the general government and discipline of members of the police force. The rules1 are made nrider the Police Regulation' Act of loilO, and are m lieu of those pub lished as far back as January, 1885. They have now been brought, up to date, the old regulations having been revised in many particulars It is proposed to publish tho rules 'with other: particnlars in book, form, for distribution among the police. There are 287 rules, besides a dozen dealing with the distribution and ap propriation of the superannuation and police reward fund and pensions', so that the constable who is well up in them will have much to read and plenty of tilings to. remember. Not only so,. but it is expressly stipulated, as follows ' Members of- the police force should make themselves well ac quainted with all Acts of Parliament relating to crime, or under which any duties devolve upon the police. They shou...

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 — 10 February 1903

p U I! LIC N O T I C K. Wo hereby give notice that we have ap pointed Mm. A. P. NEILL our District Agent, who will reecivc names of Subscri bers for the ' Express,' and orders for Printing, Advertising, &c. His receipt for all money 'received in our behalf will bo accepted as sufficient discharge. 'GRIEVE & TURNER, ?i'- Express? Office, Casino.) J^ICHMOND RIVER EXPRESS. SALE COPIES of tho ' Kxi'ukss ' . can , be procured from tlio following Agents CASINO— Messrs. Stitz Bros. ?- ? - ? LISMORE— Mr. W. Ropkkv. ' CORAKI— Mh.' A.. Larson. .. BROAD WATER-Mr. J. M'Kixnon. Single Copies — Tuesday's issue, . 2d' ; Friday's issue, 3d. GRIEVE & TURNER. Sore Eyes in Cattle SHOULD your Herd be attacked with BLIGHT, don't neglot them. L'elay' means loss — loss of Eyes aud loss of money. . . .' The Itciiictly is Moptiiaep's Stock Eye Lotion ! You shouljl take notice of the Eyes, night and morning, aud as soon^as you see the animal closing the eyes, and the eye discharging a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Care and Feed Count. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Care ami Feed Count Tiikkr are more poor cow-keepers than there are. poor ..cows. Good treatment will often develop the poor est cow into a paying animal. Cows should never be run, beaten or scolded before milking. It is wonderful how1* a- cow is influenced bv her treatment. She will give more milk, give it easier, and it will lie absolutely purer and better milk, when she is treated kindly. It is an imperative duty that owners demand their cows receive the kindest, treatment from milkers. If your milker is cross and impatient, dismiss hirn at once. To give good milk and- butter a cow should be fed regularly the year round. Of course more food is required in cold weather than in hot, but the feeding should be done at regular hours/ Some dry, solid food is needed iu summer as well as in winter to insure good milk and butter. Food should be varied just enough to make them relish what they eat. Hickory wood ashes, mixed with salt, should be kept where they can lick it. at any time. The...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

The Produce Market. ; v [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY: Monday. Battel: vhoi(,c citunery, Is ; factory, -io-:l 1^-1 ; dairy^lOAdper lb. - Maize: Noitliciu u\ers, 5s to 5s 3il per ? bushel. ' ' Eggs . iNoitliein rivers, lid to 12d per dozen. ? ? EatCattle. — At Homcbush, oiiThursday last, upwards of 1057 head of cattle were '????: ?' '.???? yardod, representing GO consignors, chiefly fioin tho northern anil southern districts, with odd drafts froiti the west and local sources. The yanlings included all. qualities, chiefly medium and light descriptions ;tiiot many prune bu Ducks ; about 300 cows und heifers, principally mediiuu, light and rjugh, . ? ? with odd yards of m ime ; about 40 bulls and 30 calves also forward. The general average quality of the yardings was not up to the usual standard. There was a large attend ance of buyers, but the supply of all but really prune bullocks was beyond require ments, and the market again opened lower for all descriptions other thau prime heavy ? bullo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marketing of Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Jlai'kcling of Fruit. ? I?C an article on the marketing of fruit, the '' Field ' makes the follow ing remarks, which, may be worth the attention of Australian fruitgrowers : ? — 'Light wood boxes, made to hold 12, 18, or 24 apples or pears all in onc layer, should have simple, self-closing lids, easy of removal, to show the whole contents at a glance. Nailing down a box-lid causes a loss of labour and time at both ends of its journey. In any case, the 'best of fruit should be handled as. little as possible, and should reach 'the consumer in the original package, the price of which should be included in .that of the fruit itself. Continental fruit-growers and exporters have carricd out this idea for some time, and the London markets are supplied with apricots, pears, and plums, neatly and tastefully packed in dozens or more, ready to be carried away by the purchaser. It will al ways well repay the grower of really first-class fruit to send it- to market in a neat and tasteful manner,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. MOOREFIELD RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

- . Sl'OUTlKU' SKICS. v ? 15 MOOREFIELD RACES. Saturday. ? Kogarah Stakes. — Ilderim 1, Goizil 2, Leisiuic 3. -?'?'Flying Handicap.— Sant.oi 1, ; Marvel Loch 2, Fungus 3. Stewards' Mile. — Reduefed and Ariaha rail a dead heat for first and divided, ? Brazen Lad third. Tivo-Year-Old Stakes.; — Love Lawn 1, Lifobelt 2, Sfcreainlot 3. . . iVloorofiold Handicap. — E |uator 1, Lord Monuionth 2, L:v Simmer 3. Welter Handicap — Miss R -sabery 1, Royal King 2, Ariana .}. It lias been found advisable to change tho date for holding tlio sports at Tabham from Wednesday, 25t-li February, t i Wed nesday, 18th February. In consequence cif this, nominations lor tho £5 handicap footrace will close on Monday next, tlio Kith instant, a fact which should bo noted by peds. J. Burden will rule Wakeful in her V.A.T.C. an l V.R C. engagements. Jes.su: Agnes will shortly be sent to the Metropolis to race. 1: Fancy, who performecl well at Lismore Ifi'ftb wei-k, was' put up at. auction and . knocked down to ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia and Other Powers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Uiissin mi-l Otlicr JNiwcrs. | ? ?A Sr. PUTBnsnuiHi correspondent writes:— Tlie Russian papers have been raising questions us to what would have happened if. Russsia had not. maintained, a- passive . attitude during the South African war. It is well enough; known in _ England that Russia not .only was against that war, v but considered it. a most unjust one. Almost without exception tlie Russians were emphatically pro-Boer. How ? ever, the papers maintained a nioder ; ate tone, no protest of any kind was officialjyf'riiade, and every individual bottled' up liis private displeasure or indignation. AH tlie strongest accusa tions against the English came fvom German fiources, and some of the Ger man caricatures were forbidden in St. Petersburg as offensive to the Empress, who is considered more English than German. Now that, the war is over it is found that England is not grateful for t)je neutrality maintained, and that as soon as her hands were untied in Africa, she did two things in...

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 — 10 February 1903

J~yENTISTl!Y 1 DENTISTRY 1 ' Ip. S. MORLEY WADE, BSMTfiS'l', : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : Begs to inform the residents of Casino and district that ho continues the practice of his Profession at his old address, Bakkkr Stukkt, Casino, ! Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, where he may be consulted daily.' ? ? i Extractions rendered absolutely painless by the aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Chloro form, or by the most rehablo local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, and Cement, inserted with the greatest skill and care, and when required the nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted on Gold, Vulcanite, and Platinum. Old and broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and made to fit the mouth better than ever. Also, tho most modern stylo of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work, and. Pivoting of Teeth oir'Natural Roots. Teoth .Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to the . Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may 'relv on receiving every attention, combine...

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 — 10 February 1903

'? '? A K Hi NOTICE! ? ' TAKE NOTICE!-! ; 33® '' ? Cio. ^7 T:;c-^ ; i h--i^ «« iMt ' 1 -, 'P / . ? . ? ; ? ????? ? ^ ? ' ' 1 JV. _ '; , , \ Are grateful to the Casino People for their patronage during the past twelve months. Had that patronage NOT been available, or had the Public not listened to Our. request for us to ,;«»-':'%!o:':J)ecome . thei r Suppliers, Our Position would have been an Extremely Unpleasant One ; we did not expect to attain our present position 'in a day, 'nor do we expect to Hold the Fort . against all Comers without Hard Work, and Strenuous Exertions. No man ever did ; no one ever won Fame and Fortune by standing with his hands in his ? pockets, gcing[-to, sleep behind the counter; or by neglecting to observe 'the SIGNS OF THE TIMES. . ' ? - , WHEW YOU ARE FULLY ''.CONVINCED THAT CLEARING OUT SALES ARE A DELUSION, ' _ ' ' . , \ That CHEAPNESS divided from Quality is a snare to catch the unthinking, and that Rubbish at . all times is: dear at any price, you wi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Local and General News. Rumoured Death. —The Tiensin cor respondent of the Londou ' Standard' reports' a rumour of - the death of the Empress-Dowager of China. Tho cor respondent adds that the rumour is pos sibly true, and that the announcement is being suppressed until tho new year ob servances, are completed. StrciAR Caste IIbbate-^ Under a new regulation it will be necessary for cano growers to give notice of their intention to claim rebate - bofore the 1st day of March next. This also applies to pro ducers who gave uotice of iuteution to claim on the late cuttiug, but were re fused rebate on account of violation of the regulations. Alteration in Date. — The sale of Mr. M'Clelland's splendid dairy herd, horses, pigs, aud dairy utensils, also goodwill of lease of farm, will be held by Messrs. M. Gay and Co., at Jeffrey's Farm, near Gundurimba, on . Tuesday next, 17th inst., instead of on the lGth'as previously advertised. The herd to be submitted is of exceptionally . good quality...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

' We Must SeU! ] ? ^ ( T ,.'lf EXPIRATION OF1 LEAS B SALE, ? L, /' - I We are Going to Sell ! ' =================^ - ? Commenced on SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. , ^ ? V02/5OO -j^sTe-w Clean Drapery, I ]0 Pieces Ilorrock's 30 inch A1 Calico, 3s 9(1 dozen yards v r:; | -5 piocts Honock's 30 inch B1 Calico, 4s lid do/en a | 2*j piepja 30 inch Special White Calico, 3s Dd do/.en , ... f -, I 3 Pieces 36 inch hcoured Grey Calico, 3s 9d dozen 5 4 Pieces 70 inch Heavy Twill Grey Sheeting, OJd yard ;. y | ?-) Pieces 72 inch Heavy Twill White Sheeting, !Ud yard . ? i, ? -v 1 'J Pieocs GO inch Plain Groy Sheeting, 7i«l yard ? ?cvwjjm.-t;-.'- ? j ] Piece 20 inch Striped Bod Tick, 4^d yard ? ? .:-vTi ? 1 i Pitccs Sluing SI ite Sclcsia, 2s 1 Id do/cn jards ?I o pjCC08 27 inch Floral Cretonne, 3s 3d dozen . . j l Pieces 2!) inch Floral Cretonne, 4s 3d dozen i- \ 3 Picces 20 inch Floral Cretonne, 6s 6d dozen ?- v. .y irx J 7 I'ieccs 27 inch Floral Art Muslins, 2s Gd dozen ] i-. Pieces 20 inch Cotton Shi...

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The Municipal Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Tlie Muiiieipiii '''I (CONTRIBUTED.)' Thb corners good old regulars sooin imcom , mon blithe and gay, Aud ratepayers are flacking to. Casino town to-day : ? ' ' A race is to be run for .the Municipal Cup, And it's- nice to lixvc' a winuer when the numbers are put up. So thought they all in Walker-street' as' np that way they Hew, Some ten lengths first was Frosty with ? the station in full view ; Excited was Bill Wallace, who thus cx. prcssod himself : ' Who beats my fa vourite to-day, must be ? Beelzebub himself.'- ' Now Frost, look out for Moylan ; then glance to your right hand, ? There go Jim's fingers off his rein, lie lifts him in his stride — 'He wins, lie' win3,doe3' Frosty ; ^there's his number up the slide I! ' - 'lis won. Mixed pain and pleasure sends eaoli linul brain in a' whirl, And loving is the greeting of cach noblb liearted girl . - ' When the delighted ratepayers alt hail, with right good will, The victory at the ballet box of Lirry, Tom, and Bill. , And men stand...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

Advertisements. WANTED— A Good Strong Lad, to make himself generally useful about a Farm. Apply to JOHN MAG NAY, Strathmore, Now Park. WANTED-A GROOM, one able * to milk and make hiinsolf gouor.illy useful. Apply DR. RUTHERFORD, Casino. rp E N 1) E R S. TENDERS aro -invited up to SATUR DAY, 21st February, 1903, for PACKING, and BURNING ALLEN TIMBER on about 200 Acres of Laud, situate at Wyan: For full particulars apply ti- J. A. M'RAE, Wya». 0 A S I N 0 JOC KEY ? C L U B. : Tho ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Members of tho above Club will bo hold at Mr. Stirgoss' Commercial Hotol on FRIDAY EVENING, 20th February, at 8 o'clock. ^ Business : To rocoivo Roport'and Balance Sheet, Elccliou of OHicers for ensuing year, &c. ? ? W. II. CARMONT, Secretary. TpHE PRICE OF MEAT. A MEETING of all interested in scouring a Reduction in. tho Price of Meat, and. if deemed advisable to form a Co-operative Co., or give a Guarantee to an up-to-date Butcher who will establish a Shop-in. Casino, will ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903

'? MEWS. . ' . Mr. Conly Dicky has returned to Lismore. ? While chasing a kangaroo at Gini»iii (W.A.), a young nvin tianied James Wal lace' ran against tho tree, and severely injured his spine. 1 r ; A miner at Whiru Cliffs fell into an abandoned shaft His wife on rushing to iiis ' assistance, fell with a baby she was carrying ' into another shafr. All were rescued. A Darling Point resident, who lost an umbrella in n city hoiol, afterwards on countered an ohl man carrying it. Police court, proceedings followed, but the charge of theft was dismissed. 'Cavanoiigh's Liver Tonic never fails to give relief in all liver and kidney complaint's. For salo at all stores.* The. Victorian Government proposes to amend the Reform Bill so ' as to enable Civil servants to sit in Parliament as re presenfcillvesi of Statu employees. ' ' West Australia, says Mr. O'Sullivan, is not a coiintry of sand, sin, aiid cornnv, but one of courage, confidence, and con tentment. . i The country at Gunnedah is in ...

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