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Our Member Burglarised. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Our Member Burclariseri. A' thief entered '' Clarcuiont,' the residence of Hon. C. A. Lee, Minister for Works, on Monday night, and ransacked the bedroom in which Mr. Lee was sleep ing, and after rilling the pockets of the latter the burglar d'eaunped with 1*3 in gold, together with a watch and chain, which were left iu a waistcoat haniniii' at the head of the bed. Mr. Lee also missed his railway pass, which was attached to the chain, but subsequently found it in the lining of the waistcoat, the thief apparently having removed it from the chain and then placed it in the top waist coat pocket iu which there was a rent. Mr. Lee on retiring to bed, left his bed room door, which is entered from tho verandah, open, hence the thief's easy access to the room. Although the matter was reported to the police early next morning, so far there is no clue, to the perpetrator. — Tenterfield ' Courier.'
Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Political. Ar the/ Caledonian Society's luncheon in TpnterlHild, the Ili-n. C. A.. Loo was enthusiastically received wheii 'respond ing to the to.ist of thu Ministry and Par liament. Tho local paper reports that Mr. Lee thanked the -gathering, heaitily^ for (ho. liiannor in which they had re-* ceived, tho toast, .They had not reprc 8enlatives:of all the P.arliiimonls of tbi^ great. Co.niiiKiuwealtli present, but if they vpenuilte'd. '-liiiri ho wmild spenk on their behalf; 'He came from the Pailianient. of the State, with which he had been con nected iwiihout a break for over '20 years, and lid- ?ftiiod- that day as next to the father of the House. Whether he would succeed ;lii tho position now occupied by his chief lie: djd not know. He had had .an .opportunity of seeing tho progress which had ? been made during thfi.su 20 years. Ho had seen the House pass through great tria's, and had also seen itsnunibers reduwd'to the happy medium of !10. lie would tell them that in bis opinion ...
Methodist Church of Australasia. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Methodist Church of Australasia. Tub quarterly meeting of tho Metho dist Church was held on Wednesday last in thu Casino Church. Owing to. exces- sively hot weather, huliday-inakiug, and the fact that Wednesday afternoon was not a holiday, the attendance was not as large ;is usual. The quarter's work show ed immwoinent in attendance at some of our churches throughout the Circuit, and though the income did not incut the expenditure, there was satisfaction in finding that the ordinary income had improved. Messrs. A. C. Simpson aud W. E. Rankiu were elected representa tives to flic ensuing Conference, to be held in February in Sydney.
The Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
The Clarenoor Tilt's tho Gnifton correspondoi t of thu ' Hrisbiino Courier' :— The year lDO'l has been a fairly good one on the Clar ence. The maize crop was quite up to the average and yielded about 800 000 bushels, worth to the producois fully £1)0,000. Tlie enno crop gave a return of 70,000 tons, woith £105,000. The potato crop, rju*t harvested, put in-tlio growers pockets ?t'3»',(l00. The output of timber exceeded that of former years, as not only were tlio iiiiffs in full work, but two ur threo new saw-nulls wero erected in. tho district during the past twelve, months. This indicates that the building trades were occupied. More stmo cattle wero passed through (he local yards than in uiiy previous year, while tho prices wore considerably higher than uswil, ho that. I tho pastoral industries must have boon ? particularly profitable Dairying has 'iiincd ground, while piga and poultry fmvo quite held their own. Property values, however, hnvo not correspond ingly advanced. Tho openi...
Plague at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Plague at Grafton. .'^ ;- On Thursday last, Dr. Tidswell, i-f tlie Board of Health, instructed Dr. Millardt to proceed' at once to Graftoivvwitli.vi sanitary inspector, a rat-catcher, --mid a full equipment of the necessary materials for dealing with (he outbreak. Dr; Mil lard and his staff, with the materials, left by (rain m the afternoon for Glen limes, whence they will proceed across | country by coach to Gratfun. The party wasexpeced to reach its destination on Friday morning. Dr. Millard was in structed to telegraph at mice if he jvanted further materials. If he does so, they will.be despatched by steamer on Friday. Asked if be could account for the out break, Dr. .Tidswell remarked :— ' We must light- the disease lirst-, and theorise afterwards.' The Chief Secretary, Mr. Hogue, ex pressed the belief that Brisbane was (ho sourc.e of the contagion, as (hero wasa considerable coastal shipping trade be tween Grafton and Brisbane. ? ; ' The usual restrictions will be imposed by th...
On the Spot Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
On the Spot Again. Through the foresight of an old friend wo were enabled some few issues back to call ii'teiitiou'tu what would cleiuly bu an injustice under proposed Federal electoral u-rangt.-nieiits, whereby voters in some cases would bu compelled to travel unnecessary distances to transact electoral business. Our comments were quickly perceived \y Mr. T. Ewiug, M.H.U., ami with his customary promp titude and forcef illness, ho brought the Express remarks under tho notice of tin1. Department of Home Affairs. Mr. Ewing forwards the following reply from Mr. G. Lewis, the head of the electoral department :--' I have just returned and received your clipping from the Casino Expkess regarding the con- I venience of electors at Wynn anil Mum mnlguin, and will take immediate action in connection therewith.' Without any breach of confidence we would urge Mr. Lewis to get a report- about the matter from Mr. M. Riley, the electoral regis trar »t tireenritlge.
Special Areas. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Special Areas. - NoTK'E is gazetted that the under mentioned Crown lands in iM anvil] inn bah district will be available for conditional purchase as special areas : — On January 12, 70 acres 1 rood id perches, parish Brunswick, 2 -miles from Mulluuibiiuhy, at £1 10s pur acre ; on March i», !)8.jf acres, ti miles from Byron Bay, and 40 acre-;, 1 mile from Tyag.irah railway station, parish Brunswick, at £5 per acre. On February 2, 000 acres, parishes Leigh ami Bligh, at £1 per acre, and 35U0 acres, parishes Blighand Fentim, 'at 23s 4il per acre, in Bellinifcn land district .
Death of Mr. Coleman, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Death of Mr. Coleman, M.L.A. Ox Monday morning we received with great regret, and the same feeling is expressed generally,' news by telegram of the death of Mr. J. W. Coleman, member for Kous The deceased gentleman had only been ill for two days, and died at his residence at Marrickville, at 5 p.m. on Sunday. The deceased was ;i .son of that highly-respected old' Richmond River pioneer, Mr. E. Coleman, and thu esteem in which he was held was. demon strated by liis triumphant election for a second time as representative of Rons in the N.S.W. Assembly, after one of the hardest-fought contests ever known on the North Coast. Mr. Coleman leaves a widow and four young children.
The Late Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
The Late Fire. ? Inteuviewkp recently in regard to the disastrous tire iu Lismore, Bishop Doyle stated he had -satisfactorily settled with the insurance companies' inspector. The total cost of the buildings was £050!). and they were insured to the extent of Eomethiiiir over £4000. His L- r;l.-hin says the next convent and college will In built of brick. We regret to hear thii the Bishop is far froni_jvell ;. and wn templates a trip t'» Now Zetland.
FAT STOCK SALES. [By SPECIAL TELEGRAM] HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
FAT STOCK SALES.-! [By Si'eciai, Tklkgium 1 Ho.mebu.su,' Mondav.'''' At the fat stock sales, to-day, 1100 head wore yarded. Tho market was un altered Bullocks brought froni £(- to ,£11 14s. Best hoof is worth 22s (JlI por lOOllrs. The ni^v Cataract il-iiu in connection with the Sydney water supply will have a stir ngo capacity of one tnilfion gallons. During tho last three months of l!IOi tho niiinh'.'r of vessels arriving ,it Sv-lnoy, other thin New South Wales coaster;;, was 310,. with a registered tonnage of !WH,.-)H. We have to hand a copy of thy schedu'e of prizes for tho 2Sth Annual Show, to bo held at Teuturliold on March 7, 8, and !). There arc 14 sections, containing' 521 classes, and llm prizuo are of a liberal char acter. No less than £1^2 is provided fur six lmnsij jumping contests, aud in on-jeaso i'l will be given to the first and second horses for uve.ry inch cleared over 0 feet. .tS is offered fur tho champion hack. An exciting runaway occurred in -Casino on Saturday...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Accident. Tiik pel ntle \\.i.s luspousible on Sttuitl.iy l.istfoi auothei senous accident m Cas'iio. It appeals ,i lad named Fold, employed by Dr. Curlis, was watching :i chance :U- ' pot ' a dog, holding the ritle full cocked in his hand, mid iu turning round sharply tho weapon went oft', the bullet uoiiig nearly through the lleshy part of tile leg, uIimvc the ankle. Dr. Curl is being absent, young Ford \v;is taken to Dr: Stephens, who skilfully re moved the bullet. ' Ford was then sent to the Hoepitiil.
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
THE LATEST NEWS. .. ' '? ? ? _ ?*? ? ? ir [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Tnuii.siuY. The Russian authorities have suspended the public sale of the ' Naskidni,' anew Liberal newspaper at St. Petersburg, and the *' Russ,' on account of articles pub lished by them reflecting on tho Go vernment. A bliz-yird has bee.n experienced in the State .f New York, and in some places the .snowdrifts aro Irom oit. to .iuii.. dc«p. The 'Standard' this morning nt«tes that it i.s rumoured that there will be an early issue of a Transvaal Government, loan of £10,000,000, and also a New South Wales loan of £2,000,000. News from Washingion states that the report of tho Merchant Marine Committee has bo-n submitted to tho United States House of Representatives. The proposals in tho report provide for tin1, granting, of annual .-ubveniiims to American shipping at the rale of £ I per gross ton, and for mail subsidies; the imposition of a ton nage tax on foreign vessels trading in Ainelicau waters ; and aIko the esta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
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THE WAR. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
THE WAR. LONDON, . Tjiuksdav. .. Tub Japanese will make their formal entry into Port Arthur on Sunday next, the 8th instant. General Nogi is reported to be recruit ing hordes of Chinese coolies for the pur pose of reconstructing tho fortifications of Port Artnur, and in the now scheme all the weaknesses shown in tho Russian defences are to bo eliminated. Vast quantities of .cement, timber, and iron plates have been accumulated by the Japanese on the Yalu River. Russian uflicers at Port Arthur declare f hat -the Japanese casualties during t h siege have totalled at 1',-ast 80,000. Tho Czar has sent a cable message to General Stocs.se], thankiug him and the brave defenders of Port Arthur. Tho ''Runs,' of St. Petersburg, in lamenting the fall of Port Arthur, de clares that if the press was not gagged uilional agitation would have compelled tho despatch of the Baltic fleet in time to relieve. Port Arthur. The country is panting for tho truth, and not for bureau cratic deception. Other j...
Yulgilbar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Yulgilbar. Minino 'iiiultei'M aro -very dull- lit Sol-' ferino, which sonic years -ago was ono of the most promming ?gold-mining- centres in Now South WaK-s, and 'inndo mid ninrred inany men. There aro a few men fossicking in the river with indifferent Kucce.s-s. At Cunning uully, rather an npinopri ato iinino for a mining, centre, there, lire ii party of six niiiK'rs working, and get- | ting fair results Mr. Adams, one of the j paity, is iiwiiy on a holiday. t | Tho country about Yulgilbar looks splendid, plenty of grass and water, and ko far no bush lires. Cattle and all live stock are in tip-top condition Undir our old friend (Mr. J. Campbell) matters me iiro«ressin-j famously on _Yulgilbar Station.' Another old Casino resident (Mr. S. Shtinley) is employed on this station, and looks wull, but like ninny others is growing older. Hatliurn's paily of miners and Colgate, rind party »re doing fairly well working for alluvial gold at the, old Bull Dog township, the scene of much life ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Advertisements. . \ir ANTED SERVANT, htioiig middle VV u^ccl won .in picftiied Apply iMita LATCHFOKD, Cibino WANTED, by ono of tho lust Dairy Families in the State, large Dairy iij) to 100 to 120 Cows, on shares or salary as may bo agierd upon. I'ailiculuis at Ofiieo of this- paper. rT''0 LET— Shop, suit Dressmaker, low .1 rent. Apply A. SIMPSON, Booishop, School of Arts, Casino. ]OST, about a fortnight ago, in Casino, _i a young Mack and b!uo CATTLE DOG. Ten shillings reward on delivery to O. S. MARSH, Tnt-lmni, or W. (J. SIMP SON, Casino. REWARD-Lost, from Casino, DARK DAY MARE, bi muled a/ °' 'C!lr shoulder. Ton Shi'lings Reward. on do livery to A. H. W. MHiELLAR, Commer cial linuk, Casino. NE POUND REWARD— Lost, from Casino, a CHESTNUT HORSE, iin branded, sliort thin mane, about 15.1 hands. £\ Reward on delivery to WADE & AINSWOKTJT, Casino. WANTED. ifiAA BUSHELS OF MAIZE. Send 1UUU Samples mid Pino dclneicd at Casino, to W. E. MEE, Auclioueei, Ca=mo. 'I- E N^ D 13 R S. ...
Marriage at the Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 10 January 1905
Marriage at the Methodist Church. A i'kettv wedding, under pleasant circumstances, took place at the Metho dist Church, .m Thursday, the 5th hist., the contracting parties being Mr. Per cival Young, .sou of Mr. J. Young, of Grafton, and Miss Alice Mountetield Popplewell, only daughter of Mr. J. G. Popplewell, architect, Casino, late of Orpington, England. Tlio Kcv. G. W. &nbsp; Furiier w;us the oilici-iting clergyman. Miss Pupplowell, who was highly re^ speetcd as a number of the church and also as an active Chorister, was rewarded by her friends, who went to considerable trouble iu beautifully decoratiug the church in the vicinity of the pulpit. Pretty festoons of maiden hair and other ferns, (lowers, and wild apple blossoms combined to .product: an effect that was aptly completed by the. erection of the orthodox wedding bell al the entrance of the church. The bride, who. wa.s given away by her father, looked very nice in white .silk lavishly tucked' and ?- deeply flounced ...