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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
rrUIE NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI I GATION COMPANY, Limited. ? EXl'SUiSS Passenger and Cargo Service Between tlm RICHMOND RIVER, 'and SYDNEY. pJVJ&v f.M HE fast and powerful i- scre,v Steamships TaMORNIS & TOMKI Are now running ^Ip' loaving Sydney TUESDAY .and SA II. R- DAY and leaving CORAKI on TUES DAY' and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon)- , The fine steamer RAMORNIE now making regular weekly trips has a refri gerating chamber equal to 00, tons capacity, is lighted throug .out with electricity, ventilating fans in tlio baloon, and all monlern improvements. The steamer ST, .GEORGE .leaving Sydney on Thursday will also make weekly trips t-- the lUvor, culling nfc Newcastle turning N'oitli. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Toinki, St, George, or Ramornie , by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis ninre, where Saloon plans may he soon. ]( is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Car»o be directed. to tho Local Manager, at Coraki, ...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
.. . 'SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. ;:tau-\me arc the wholesale quotations inSuaaex -street, Sydnoy : — .-: Wheat: South Australian. new crop, -choice milling. Gs per bushel, f.o.b. Port Adelaide,- or equal to bs 4d in .Sydney. . v flour : bydncy roller, to £12 10s pel ton ; Manitoba, oil spot- ill Sydney, £1.) to £l - Ja ^ ditto, to arrive tit April and May, £12 17s 6d to £13 5s. -Maize s Local, new, 5a 3d ; Northern Rivei graio, 5s ; prune, f-s 3d per bushel ; south ern grain, choice, 5s !M wanted ; Argentine, 4s 9(1 bus., 5s being wanted later in tho day. . Bran,- Is 4d to Is 4.J«l- per bushel. Pollard, Is !)d to Is 10 I per bushel. Cluck wheat : L-s.il, to '5a I Oil per bushel ; Adelaide, 5s lOd to bs. . Barley: Pri'ne feed, to-4s 7d per busliel. ' . Oats : .Tasinauiau, 3s 3.1 lo 3s Gd ; prune, 3a 8d ; New Zealand, prune. 3a 8£d ; good, to 3S Cd ; inferior, 3s per bushel. Oaten Hay: LicmI, prune, £G lo4,to.£7 7» 6 1 per ton ; ine.lium, to £-- os ; inferior, to ' . £5 as ; S.iath Auitr-i...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
COMMERCIAL fsEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT..: % * II. P. JixvresH Olfiuo, Monday. KoLLOWiNU aro the ^notations for farm ami dairy produce ruling in Casino to day : — ?? \VllO!.K8AM?. UKTAIL. ii 8 I) ii 8 0 Maize, per bushel . . 0 f» 0 0 f- C Chaff, par cut. . ..0 3 «? 0 0 0 Hay, oaten, per ton ..0 0 0 0 10 0 ? t)atd, per bushel .010 0f-0 J Ej&s, per UuK?it .. 0 0.10 0 1 0 I3uttcr, local factory.. 0 10 0 1 1 lJuttcr, dairy . . .. .0 0 10 0 1 0 ? 5$ ?
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
l'lTItt AX1- POINT. I Polling Day. Record your vote. ? S ?- Local option vote to-duy. Lismore Show succossful. Alston vi lie Show opens to-diiy. Two furniture sales next Thursday. Mooting re cheap meat on Thursday. Band moonlight, concert on Wednesday. Plenty of promise, but little rain. A hail outluok ! * Ladies' Evening Shoes. — A clearing line, half-price, 2s Gdpair.-- A. C. Simp son's. ^-0 Mr. C. T. Sehwingliammer has been re elected Mayor of South Grafton. Miss Bridgot Connor, of Whiteman. Creek, died in tlie Grafton Hospital last week, from typhoid fever, aged 28. Tlio tender of Mr. W. G. Mackuey (£55) has been accepted for additions and im provements ;ifc Clovass public school. Police busily employed enforcing the Early Closing Act, and preventing lollies, fruit, and ' soft' drinks being sold on Sundays ! _ _ Spocial attention is drawn to alteration in the date of holding big auction sale by Messrs. Gay and Co, at Guiidurimba, from Monday, 16th instant, to Tuesday, 17tli inst...
Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
JL/at-est News, . - — . . ? ? [BY TELEGRAPH ] ? LONDON, Sunday. The progress of King Edward is most satisfactory, and on Friday lie enjoyed a drive extending over two hours. At- Bloenifontein Mr. Chamberlain, Colonial Secretary, refused to rcceive an address from uenerai no wet and others dealing with concessions re quired in regard. to the language ques tion. An accusation that the Govern ment had contravened the Vereemging agreement, especially as regards am nesty, was indignantly denied by Mr. . Chamberlain. The debate was a heated one. General Do Wet was anxious to teat' up the Vereeniging agreement and begin afresh. Mr. Chamberlain's reply to. this proposal was direct, for cible, and . uncompromising. He de clared that- it the peace agreement were reopened lie would dictate terms. In the course of a speech at a Club dinner in London, Mr. B. It. Wise, Attorney-General of New South Wales, defended and explained the industrial legislation recently passed in New South Wales. Speaki...
R. R. A. H. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
BK. BC. 4. BE. »»-! 11*. Society. A meeting of tho connnittoo of tlio I abovo Society was held iu tho School of Arts Library on Thursday last, tho fol lowing members being present — Messrs. W. G. Simpson (chair), C. H. Anderson, C. M'Koo. W. A Parkorr J. T. Junor, W: W. Junor, J. Gooley, G Marsh, D. Campbell,- R, Watkins, M. Bnlmor, W. .J. Dockrill, N. Fogwell, F. W. Knapman, F.- Stitz, G. Lollback, nan., J. B. M'Dou gall, G. K. Imeson, A. P. Carlton, W. L. Boyco, C. H. Riloy, P. M'Grucr, R. Bar ling, and E. J. Robinson (secretary). Apologies woro mado for tho absonco of Messrs. Elliott aud Cope. Tho mmutos of last mooting woro read and confirmed on tho motion of Mr. Junor, soconded by Mr. Bnlmor. correspondence. „ : Corrospondonco was road, received, and ordered to bo dealt with on tho motion of Mr. Knapman, soconded by Mr. W. Junor, and consisted of the fol lowing: — From Secretary Casino Town Band applying for tho use of tho show. ground on the evening of tho 11th February. From ...
Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
EEallina. Wo (says Saturdays ',N. C. Beacon ') are sOrry to have to report that the infant- daughter (D iris) of Mr. aud Mrs. Rodford, of the Ballina Coffee Palace, died on Wednesday evening, after a brief illness. She was only eleven 'months old. . . i no irionas ol-iur. ana «J ra. aas. Curran, of the Exchange Hotel, will .also regret to hear of the death ? of their six months old child, which occurred- on Friday afternoon aftqrthrep weeks illness. Tlio rtyuains will bo taken to Wiudell by Lho s.s. Magnet, and will bo buried in tho Wardell cemctery at i p.m. Captain John Woods, who for many years was connected with tlio lato Cap tain T. Femvick's line of Bteamors, is now back in the service, and has been placed in charge of tho Sarah Hixson.
THE LISMORE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
TSIB3 A.ISMOKI3 »««- W- Fine weather prevailed, and tho gate takings woro— -First day £22, second day £132 Is, third day £28 lis ; total, £182 12s, boing £33 19s 9d loss than last year. Following aro somo of tho awards ; — XT Blood. — Stallion, 3 years and over, G. Rutlodgo's Fernando .1, J. Lynn's Albe marle 2. Mare, 3 and over, C. B.ice 1, J. Kinneally 2, J. Brj on 3. Filly, 2 and under 3, J. R. Thorburn. ? Filly, 1 and under 2, D. Cooko 1, F. Gulley 2. Draught. — Stallion, 3 and over, T. Coughran's Cantab. Stallion, 2 and un der 3, R. Caisloy. Colt foal under 1 year, with dam, G. Lee 1, T. Heron 2 Maro, 3 and over, D. Cought'aii. Mai o, with foal at foot, G. Leo 1, A. M'Donald 2. Filly, 2 and under 3, O. H. Gollau 1 and 2. Filly, 1 and uuder 2, G. Lee. Filly foal under 1 year, with dam, A. M'Donald. Heavy horse or maro, John ston Bros. Johnston Bros, took prizo for pair of plough horses, and Bortio King for active farm horse. Hackneys. — To carry a lady, Miss Armstrong. Gout's, t...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
municipal Elections. . Polling took place on Saturday at the following places, with the following results : — Coraki. — Burgess 56, F. W. Scharcr 54, W. M'Lean 50. Messrs. Burgess and Scharer were elected. ? Lismore.— W. It. Moses 472, J. F. O'Flynn 401, T. Extpn 351, G. Nosbitt 325, John I. Smith 291, J. Wilson 24G, V. J. Norris 235, D. J. Allen 209 ; informal, 9, The four first named wero elected. ^ Ballina. — T. Martin 192, W. Webster 108, John Lang 111, J. Tandy 105, C-JEI. Ashwooil 50, J. Richardson 20 ; informal 3. Messrs. Martin, Webster, and Lang were olected. Tho local option vote wiis in favour of more hotels, also of reiiiovjrls. Tlio poll was the heaviest over recorded ilt Ballimijtho auti-wator candidates boing I defeated, - ! ' ? ' ^
News of the District. Fairy Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
News of the District; I Ifaii-y BEill. I (from OUR correspondent.) A cricket match was played here on S iturday last, between a team from the Upper Richmond and a local team, aud resulted after a-close game in a win for the visitors by 13 runs. Mess's. G. S. Wilson : and H. B. Campbell captained thuiv respective teams. The chief scorers for the visitors were A. Lainond 24, G. S. Wilson 34, and T. Wilson 18. For the local team i Dalziel- mado 10, Pollack 23,: and J. Reeves 28. ftlrs. J. R-eeves at tended to the necessary cuisine branch of. the sport in her usual neat and sumptuous manner. Following are tho scores : — U.R.R-., 1st Innings. — W. Walters, h G. Clarke, 4; .1. Felt-on, c Reynolds, b G. Clark.-, 6 ; W. M'Briile, b Clarke, 2 ; E. Green, b J. Reeves, 0 ; G S. Wilson, runout, 15.; C. Bmt, b.J. Reeves, 4; T. Weary, jun.j c Reeves, ^b - Clarke, (i ; A. L iniond, not out, 4; A. R-oeves, sen., c and b Clarke, 2 ; T. Wilson, run out, 1 ; T. Weary, o Reeves, b Clarke, 0 ; byes, 12....
Municipal Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
Municipal Stakes. (By ' Beeswing.') ?! The contest for the Municipal Stakes .will take place to-day, andgjudgiug from the interest taken by most sportsmen, promises to be a bit exciting. There are four contestants for three places, so that ouo must, of course, be defeated. ' Le gality' will carry tho heavy weight, having been a winner on other occasions, and if his impost is not too much for him, I fully expect him to be very close at the finish. His legs, however, begin to show signs of hard battles fought in j the past, aud it is possible that if lie' fails at all, it will bo there. Otherwise, he has the pluck, aud will undoubtedly finish well, although I caunot pin my faith in him to prove the winuer, but will allot him a place The next is ' Hanks,' a woll-tried aud honest goer, with plenty, of .pace com bined with goad staying powers. During tho past he has, by his work on the track,' gained the good will of the sport ing public, and will ba accorded good support to-day. He has ...
Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
' - iLisinoi'c. The late Show, (say.s; the ' N. Star ') did ? not pass off .without some mean pilfering on the part of . some. . light fingered gentry.. Among the, . articles pilfered was a cap off the wheel of Mr. : Morrissey's sulky — which could have been of little tiso to anyone— fruit, and cobs of corn. The offenders in the last instance were not all children, as several grown up men were seen to .pick up a cob of corn, examine it, and, protending to re place it, slip it into a pocket -instead. An unfortunate accident happened t - one of Mr. David Harley's cabs about .10 o'clock on Friday morning. The cab — a hansom — was in charge of driver Fraser, who endeavoured to turn on the narrow road on the high liank- of the river op posite Dr. Parker's. While doing so the horse jibbed and backing off the road the whole turnout wetvg down tho steep in cline into the rivey. nnd horse and vehicle sink iii about two fathoms of water. Fortunately there was no one in the cab at the time, au...
CORAKI [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 February 1903
' CORAKI. It is anticipated (says the ' Herald ') that the work of erection of the Methodist Church at Coraki will be in hand within the next tew weeks. Mr. J. M. Kelly found.it necess-iry last week to. end the career of an old servant by aid of, a .friendly bullet — 'Nugget,' a well-known horse, who pulled -the first baker's cart, in Maclean over 21 years ago. He was 25 years old. -By tho way a grey pony, owned by the late Mr. John White, of Coraki (says the ' R. R. Herald '), 32 'years old, and can do a day or week's work nith any horse his inches in .the district. At Evans Head there is .a regul.tr epidemic of wlit/bping; cough and blight ' amongst the visitors camped there. - .The Mayor (Mr. W. Nolan) is in re ceipt of the following letter from' Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A. — : 'Public Works. Department, Sydney, 30th January, 1903. — Sir,— -With reference to- the letter dated 9th instant, from the Council Clerk, Coraki, presented by you, asking that the bridge over the South Arm at Cora...
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. CAULFIELD—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ? CAULFIKLD — SATURDAY'. Utopia Trial Stakes : . Soldene 1, Sir Roger 2, Royal Oak 3. Hurdle Race: Fusilette 1, Austerlitz 2, Royal Error 3. Ormond Handicap: Wairiri 1, Mael gwyn 2, The Austrian 3. . Steeplechase: Monarch 1, Kaimito 2, Excelsior 3. Oakleigh Purse : F.J. A. 1, Corroboreo 2, Tilbury 3. . St. George Stakes, 1 mile : Thunder bolt (9-1) 1, Wakeful (8-12) 2, Sir Leonard (9st) 3. Won in a canter. Mr. A. J. Noud,- who won two events with Rosewood at Armidale races, sold the Metal gelding to a Maitiand sports man for £75. . The 100 yards swimming championship of Victoria was won on Saturday by F. Humfrees, of the Abbotsford Swimming Club, in 10 l-5th sees. The English stallions Napoleon tho Groat, Victor Hugo, Grand Slarn, Silver Bow, Crarae, Lucknow, and Dumbarton were sent to South Africa a few weeks ago. Dumbarton, however, died on the voyage. . Bob Turner and Ed. Jessopj who are surely the best matched pair in the country, for they have already f...
Latest News. LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903
Latest JSTews. . [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON. Wednesday. A Bond organ states that General De Wet's deputation at Bloemfontein to Mr. Chamberlain represented the views of the great majority of burghers. ., Many Dutch colonists joined in ail enthusiastic welcome to Mr. Cham berlain -at Grahamstown. The Colo nial Secretary fervently appealed to them to initiate Dutch loyalty. He said they should accept the result of the war, assist, in promoting peace, banish' racial animosity, and dispel the now chimerical idea of wresting the sovereignty from Great Britain. Rabino, the Italian Anarchist who attempted to assassinate (lie King of the Belgians, has been sentenced to penal servitude for lif j. : Four hundred Coolies were pro hibited from landing in South Africa, under^the. provisions of the Immigra tion Act. ?*?' ? The ,Cro\yn ;. Princess Louise of Saxony has been divorced. .. SYDNEY, Thursday. .-.-'??Tlie Premier speaking yesterday re ferred to' 'the accusers of his Govern ment as political ...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903
OBCIVESltA IL ITEMS It is believed that before long there will be an open rupture .between the Labour Party and the Political Labour League. Binks : ' I see by the electoral returns that there are more women on the roll than men.' Jinks : ' Yes ; terrible liow women have taken to drink lately, isn't it Mr. Chamberlain has informed the municipal council of Bloemfontein that Responsible Government will not bo granted to tho Orange River Colony for some time to come. The importation of Mexican- cattle into Great Britain has been forbidden. For a Few Days Only.— Prime Algerian maize, 5s (kl per bushel ; cracked, 5s 9cl. Terms, spot cash. — A. C. Simpson. -,. Over 100 students have been enrolled at tho Hawkesbury Agricultural College since the vacation. This is the largest number since the establishment of the institution. Tho Australian Pastoral .Company in its report shows a loss. on. working its property of £3362, a loss of stock valued at £14,484, and a debit balance of £74,996. Team...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903
[?] Muggy \veathcr. Vel-y threatening. But so far no rain. . ? Blight still prevalent. Dr. Dill- Macky to-night. ? - . joanu concert successiui. Election of Mayor to-night. r May and Co. 's Fair booming.- : . Alston villc show a succcssful affair. Casino's Mayor will he elected -to-night.1 Coraki Shuw schedule has been issued.. Sale of Wooroowoolgen farms : to morrow. , Co-oporative Dairy Co: advanced another' stage. - i'- ;-- There will be only one day's show at Coraki this year. Make a feature of lltli 'March, the. tea meeting of the year. Wooroowoolgen land sale to-niorrow in School of Arts, Casini i. ; Lismore Sessions open next Tuesday, with a record calendar. Wednesday. '11th March; will be' a Methodist red -letter day. Casino ratepayers favour the granting of additional hotel licenses. ; Marconi, expects to commuuicato direct to India and Austinlia. . ... . ? The dry ' 'weather has .' ruined the maize crops around Ai-midale. ? ? .- Tenders for i erection of Methodist Church a...
CASINO MUNICIPAL ELECTION POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903
CASINO MUNICIPAL ELECTION POLLING DAY. The poll for the election of three aldermen for the Municipality of Casino was taken on Tuesday last. There was not much excitement during the day, and, but for tho presence of a few who hovered about tho lown Hall, a person would not have thought that there was an election on. As tho hour for closing approached, a fair gathering assembled. At 6 o'clock the Returning Officer an nounced tlie result, which was as fol lows :— J. W. Frost ? 129 votes L. E. Cope ? 108 „ F. Stitz.... ? ? ? 106 :,, T. F. Moylati ? ? 76 . „ . Informal ? 9 „ The number of pjumpors recorded were— For J. W. Frost 58, L. E. Cope 0, F. Stitz 1, T. F. Mbylan 10. . '. Local Option.: — The voting in connec tion with local option was as follows : — For new licenses 68, against 43 ; for re newals 68, against.42. Informal, 2. Mr. Frost thanked all who had voted for him, and said he was proud of the position they had placed him in. He was not a believer in, plumping, but those who...