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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

COMMERCIAL -NEWS. j LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. ? .1 , II. h'xpress Olllce, Thursday. Fotitowixo. are .the quotations for farm and dairy . produco ruling in Oasino to-dny : — .? ?' ?????:?? WllOLKSAfcK. ' ItKTAIL. ' . .? ' .-..'? V. & S D £, H D Maize, per busliol ... 0 5 0 ' 0 6 0 Chaff, por civt. . .. 0 8 0 - 0,;0 0. ? ? Hay, oaten, por ton .. 0 0 0 ' ?'? 0 10 0 Oats, per bushel ; .. 0 4 0 0,6 0 . ' K}r0'd, per ilozoii' . . 0 0 10 - 0-1 0 Butter, local factory.. 0 1 0 '01 2 . » Mutter, dairy .. .. 0 0 10' ?'-? 010.

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 — 13 February 1903

? Why suffer from a cough or a cold when a y few doses of Cavasough's Pi;i.sio- ic Balsam will euro you. Try it. ' Sold at nil stores.* . At the Telegraph Construction Branch n picnic on Saturday, Mr. O'Sullivan said if they made the masses happy the i clussus would also bo made happy. But ' Oive Sullivan Is making neither olass nor masses happy.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Itcligious Services. . j Church of England (Casino District) — February loth, Sexugcsima Sunday, Casino, Holy Communion, at 8 a.m., Children's Service at 3 p.m.. Evensong at 7.30 p.m., Greenridge, Matins and Holy Cjuhiiuihou. at 11 n. in. ; Wednesday, Fell. IStli, Casino, Teachers' Meeting nc 8 p.m. ; Friil ly, Feb. 20th, Choir Pnetice. — Rev. C. I''. Seymour. Roman OatuolicOiiurcii (Casino District) — Sunday, Feb. 15th, Tatham. MassatKa.ni., Casino, Mass at 11 a.m.. Evening Devotions at 7.30 o'clock. —Rev. M. P. Wnlshe. ? Roman CATHouoCiiORCH(CorakiDistiict) — Sunday, Feb. 15th, Coraki, Mass at 9 and 11 a.m., Vespers at 7.30 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 22ml, Coraki, Mass at !l a. in. ; Swan Bay, Mass at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. — Kev. John Durney. PllESBYTKKIA.N CllUKCII OK AUSTRALIA — Sunday, February loth, Casino at II a.m., Codringtou at 3 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. ; Sunday, February 2:2nd, Coraki at 11 a.m., Tatliuni at '2.30 p.m., Casino at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. John Strung. Mbthodist Church ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Tub V kxkzuki.an Tkouhi,k. — German newspapers condemn the German Am bassador at Washington for liis com plaisance to tlie United States, instead of repelling insinuations and attacks. Ono paper complains that t; American insolence lias reached an unbearable ?pitch,' Und declares that the impu dence of Mr. Bowen equals that of President Castro. The German jour nal, in conclusion, reminds President Roosevelt of the comparative strength of the tleels of the United States , and the allies. President Roosevelt has again declined to act as arbitrator, and the question of preferential treat ment is, therefore, transferred to the Hague tribunal. The British and German Ambassadors have now sug gested that the Netherlands Minister for Foreign Affairs should act as sole arbitrator.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

fBy Telegraph.! : . SYDNEY, Tuuksijay. | The Produce Market. I Butter: Choice creamery, Is; factory, 11^1 ; dairy, lOJil per lb. Maize : Noitheiu rivers, new, 5a. Gd to . ? 5s 9d per bushel ; Argentine, 5s 3d. i Eggs: Northern rivers,., lid to 1 2d per ? dozen.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

A Ifiad Taste in the Mouth. It is anything but pleasant to awake with a hud taste in the mouth. Tliia always arises from a disordered stomach, and may be corrected by taking a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immedi ately after supper. They cleanse and in vigorate tho stomach, improve the digestion, anil give one a relish for his food. Tliey aro easy to take and pleasant in effect. 'Just What You Nkkij.' Only 1/6. Sold by A. C. Simpson, Casiuo. ?.'?'? ? ? SPORTS AT TATHAM ON Wednesday, 18th February. p R O G R A M M E. TRIAL HANDICAP of £1 5s ; 100 yards. First prize £1, second 5s. Nom. Is. TATHAM HANDICAP of £5 ; 100 yards.. First prize £3, second £1 10s, third 10s. .Nom. (Is) closes on Monday, 1 Gth Feb ruary, acceptance (Is) on morning of sports. BOYS' RACE (under 16 years). First prize ; 5s, second 2s Gd. Nom. Gd. GIRLS' RACE. First prize 5s, second 2s Gd. -??: ;y QUOIT MATCH (Handicap), 16 yards. Prize 10s. Nom. Is. .-? - ' THROWING AT WICKET. ' Prize 10s. Nom. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

; SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Following are the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney : — ? ? Wheat : South Australian, now crop, choice milling. 5s Oil to 5s lOd per bushel, f.o.b. Port Adelaide, or equal to Gs Id to 6s 2d in Sydney. , ? Flour : Sydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, on spot, in Sydney, £13 10s. Maize : Local, new, 5s Gd ; southern grain, choice, 5s 0(1 ; good, 5s 8d ; Argentine, 5s per bushel. Bran, Is 4d per bushel. Pollard, Is -Sd per bushel. Chiukwheat : Local, to 5s lOd per bushel : Adelaide, 5s lOd to 6s. Barley : Prime feed, to -Js 7d per luisliel. Oats: Tasmanian, 3s 3d to 3s 6;l ; prime, 3s 7d ; New Zealand, prime, 3s8J-li good, to 3s Gd ; inferior, 3s per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local, prime, £6 15s to £7 7s 6d per ton ; medium, to £6 5s ; inferior, to £4 15s ; South Australian, £5 10s; Victorian, choice, £7 10s. Lucerne Hay : Hunter River, wharf price, prime, £4 15s ; good, £4 10s ; choice, small bales, £5; Railway, small bales, choice, £5 10s ; tru...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

lCc|M-rted ftouucr Cure. Representatives of the Victori-i.h Cancer Research Association' waited upon Sir John:.-Madden, tho Chief. Justice, with a petition, signed by 2311 persons, beseeching him to use his influence in .securing an earnest, sympathetic, and scientific investiga tion into, the .efficucy of the reputed cure for cancer, lupus, and tumours. It was explained by speakers that, the association was convinced of the efficacy of the remedy now being ap plied by Joseph A. Davies, and wanted the matter placed beyond dispute by a scientific enquiry, conducted by ex perts. Several persouB who were said ?to have had cancers satisfactorily re moved were amongst those present. Sir John Madden said that lie had always -taken the greatest-interest in this matter. It should not. be forgot^ ten that Davies had been prosecuted in the courts for having used his alleged cure, and, therefore, it would not be wise .or becoming on the part of one holding the office of a judge to declare conf...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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"I Won't Fall In." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

♦'I Won't Fall In.' ^ The above elegant, sentiment was ex pressed by Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan (says -' Billy Badge') when asked in Mel bourne how his Ministry was getting on. Now, here's good news for New South Wales! O'Sullivan won't fall in ! No odds what' dire distress prevails, , , . O'Sullivan still can grin ? When we're invaded, don't you know, ! And all are called upon to go And join the rank's to face the foe, O'Sullivan won't fall in ! At party engineering tricks - O'Sullivan's great, no doubt At thldlywinkihg politics His claims we dare not flout. Of course, he thinks his crowd will win Tho next election by their skin, And though they probably won't fall in, They probably will FALL OUT !

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Relics at the Tower. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Itelics at the Toner. ? Intekksting discoveries have recent ly been made at the Tower of London of some inscriptions made on the walls by persons confined there in past times. In the work of repairing a defective window opening in St. Martin's Tower, a piece of deal framing had to be re moved. Behind this wns found the name of Ambrose Rockwood, a wealthy young Suffolk squire, who wns con cerned .in :the Gunpowder Plot. It. was finely carved, and the surname divided, ' Rock-wood,' indicating the nature ot its derivation. The unfor tunate culprit was drawn and hanged iu Palace Yard, Westminster, with others of the conspirators, on the last day of January, 1(500. Mr. Hep worth Dixon, in 'Her Majesty's Tower,' gives an account of Rockwood 's ex citing' ride out. of London to his home at Cordliam Hall, in Suf folk, after the Gunpowder Plot was discovered. He covered 30 miles on a single horse, and by means of relays of animals the entire distance of 81 miles in less than seven hours, a r...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII (Continued.)—THE LAST OF GARDINER. GARDINER'S CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Australian Bushranging. . . ? ? -♦ — -- — ? . THE EARLY DAYS. [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER VIII (Continukd.)— THE LAST OF GAEtfDINER. GARDINER'S CAPTURE. There was in tlio Sydney Police Force at tin's time ft detective named MuGlone, who liad had a little experi ence in hunting down criminals, al though not so large an experience ns some of Ins colleagues in dealing with bushrangers. In some way never fully explained to the public lie received in formation from what lie considered a reliable source that Gardiner was in Queensland, living somewhere on the Appis Creek road ; and armed with all necessary documents and weapons, and accompanied by two policemen named Pvc and Wells, he took boat for,, Queensland, reaching Rockhnmpton, the port nearest to the locality ? for which they were bound, on lltli Feb ruary, 18(54. The object of the expedition was not made known by M-:Glone to 'his mmnanions, but they were satisfied to know that- it was one of more than or dinary importance, requiri...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Wise Precaution. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

A Wise Preeantion. ' The new minister of a Scotch kirk had occasion to complain to one ot the elders of the poorness of the collec tions. 'Ay,' remarked the worthy elder, ' they are verra- close ; but, the auld meenister alwa's used tae gie them a start by putting three or four sax pences in the plate. Of course,' he added, ' he tak his saxpences awa' afterwards.' The minister smiled, ? but resolved nevertheless to try the ' auld meenis ter's' plan. With a very sad face he had to report a failure on the occasion of the next collection. 'I placed seven sixpences in the j plate,' he remarked sadly to the elder, ' to find the total collection was eight shillings and fourpeiice, and I am deeply grieved to say that three of the sixpences are missing.' 'Mannie, inaunie,' said the elder pityingly, ' maybe ye're a better preacher than the auld meenister : but. if ye had half his ken o' the in general, an' o' your flock in particular, ye'd hae done as he used tae, an' hae glued the saxpences...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Remarkable Career. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

aCemarkahle Career. , A triai, at Cracow concluded a re markable Polish romance. In 1890 a millionaire, Reuben Slamowicz, mar ried a poor girl of striking beauty at Lodz. In 1898 lie deserted liis wife, who in revenge blinded him by throw ing vitriol on him. She wassentenced to imprisonment for life in Saghalien. She escaped, donned male attire, aud reached Valdivostock as a stowaway. She then tramped across Siberia and Russia, over 5000 miles, a journey which took her two years, during which time she suffered terrible hard ships, and had strange adventures and some' wonderful escapes from the police. ' All this time she was harassed by the fear of recapture. She reached Austria, and married a beggar aged 77 at Cracow, in order to become an Austrian subject. She was recognised at Cracow by an old acquaintance from Lodz, and denounced to the police and then arrested. She was re-tried by the Austrian court on the original charges of vitriol throwing and bigamy. The appearance of both ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. ALBION PARK (Q.) RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Si*01tTlNti M83WS. ALBION; PARK (Q.) RACES. ? Saturday. . Trial Handicap.: Zephyr 1, Bewaro Of 2, Fascination 3. ?Flying Handicap : Adamant 1, Brazen Girl 2, Leander 3. Graduation Handicap : Unara (First Water — Wilful) 1, Transvaal 2, Rose d' Amour 3. Welter Handicap: Speculation!, High tide 2, Gayfield 3. v- ? Novice Handicap : K. and.S. 1, ;Phyl latis 2, Zephyr 3. Park Handicap: Juauita 1, Iroquois 2, Gala 3.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protection of Pastures and Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Protection of Pastures an-l Stock. t The new districts uuder the recently passed Pastures Protection Act will shortly be published, in the ' Gazette.' There are' to be 60 districts altogether in the Eastern, Central, and Western Divisions of the State, and a board of directors, consisting of seven members. for each distriot. Six of the directors are to be elected or established uuder the Act, aud one, who is to be chair man, will be appointed by the Gover nor from among the, persons liable to be rated. The chairman is to hold office for four years. :In every dis trict which contains a rabbit board the four directors elected under the Rabbit Act of 1901 are to be directors of the Pastures Board, and two other* di rectors are to be chosen at the fi'st election under the Act. Three of the rabbit board directors to be deter mined by lot, will retire at the end of one year, and the fourth and the two directors elected under the Act will contiuue in office for two years. At every election...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ambulance Drill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Aiiibiilauee Drill. A mttmo anecdote for the Ambu lance and Bearer Company, S.V.A. : — The ' Natal Mercury' tells a good story of the experiences of an ambu lance man up-country during the tight- 1 ing ou the Natal border. During a ijuiui micnuuD a nooviuu ui uie iiiuuu lance .'detachment were having^ ifin,, bulauce drill. The hero of the 'story was sent out to act as ' dummy,' but while waiting for the ambulance men to come and pick him up he fell asleep, and was forgotten. When he awoke he found himself surrounded by a patrol of mounted men, and tho officer iu command addressed him roughly witli, 'What the dickens are you doing here?' Me? Oh, I'm wounded in the cbost, and I'm waiting ' ior the ambulance men to come and pick me up.' The_officer thought there must have been a skirmish. 'How long have you been lying there 'f ' he asked. ' Oh, since 10 o'clock this morning.' ' 1 suppose you must be thirsty ? ' said the officer sympathetically, hand ing 'Jim' his flask of whisky and wa...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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De Wet and Chamberlain. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

lie Wet mill Chamberlain, j GuKBitAri Christian' L)k Wi;t and forty others of the last lighters, or ' Wik^Boers,' had an interview last ing two hours, at. Bloemfontein, with Mr. Chamberlain. Mr. Chamberlain declined to receive an address dealing with the language question, repeating the efforts lately made at Pretoria, and accusing the Government of contravening tlie Vereeniging Convention, especially as regards the amnesty to the rebels. This Mr. Chamberlain indignantly denied, aud the debate became heated, Christian Do Wet being anxious to tear up the Vereeniging Convention and begin afresh. Mr. Chamberlain's reply was direct, forcible, and uncompromising. The ' Hands-uppers' and National Scouts, later in the day, tlmuked Mr. Chamberlain for all he had done, aud gave pledges of unswerving loyalty. ? Later wires state that the delegates declined to accept the hospitality of the Government. Mr. Chamberlain was not satisfied with the representative character of tho first burgher depu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wives of Literary Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Wives of Literary Men. Dante was married to a notorious scold, and when he was in exile he had no desire to see her, although she was the mother of bis six children. Shake speare lost the sympathies of tho world bv marrvinp- Annp. TTnttinwn.r a woman eight years his senior, wlio was coarse and ignorant. Lord Bacon enjoyed but little domestic _bliss, and ' loved not to be with liis partner.' Milton was not great in the character of husband and father. We read of him that his . first wife was, disgusted with his gloomy house, and soon ran .away from him, and his daughters were left to grow up utterly neglected. Dryden ' married discord in a noble wife,' and Addison sold himself to a .crosstgraiiied old countess who made him pay dearly for all she gave him.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"To Avert Bloodshed." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

'To, Avert ISIoodsiicil.' ' A. despatch story comes from Mr, Chamberlain's Department, which (writes ' A.M.' in the ' St. .Tames'. Gazette '), for daring and audacity, would not be easy to beat. A popular Major was sent some years ago to es --.J _ ? ? '111 . I ? iu uiioii inner in a small xownsnip in Africa, which had been placed tempor arily in charge of the local Military Commandant, a man who bad ri'seu rapidly from the position of store keeper, and who, not satisfied with his official elevation, had elevated himself oil the day the Major arrived by drink ing too much. The first act of tho Major was to place the Commandant, under lock aud key, but tlie inebriate managed to burst liis bonds and invade the telegraph office, from which place he despatched this wire to the Colonial Office : ' Chamberlain, London. Man here named Tliorold questions my sobriety. Who is Tliorold ? Wire at once to avert bloodshed.'

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fresh Air and Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

; Frcsli Ail* and Suusltiiie. How much better it would be, cer tainly in the interests of tlieir chil dren, says tho ' Family Doctor,' if pn rents', nnd mothers especially, real ised more than tliev imnear to do the importance of fresh air and sunshine. Children should live out of doors, they ought, to be brought up in the fresh an nuel sunshine. Without it they droop and die, for ' life is a sun child, 'and its beginnings cannot thrive deprived of its native element. In childhood the foundation is laid for future life. Pale, delicate, hothouse children, when brought up in the heated atmosphere of the. luxurious modern home, have no stamina for the future. A robust, hardy childhood, secured by plenty of outdoor life, even in cold weather, simple nourishing food, afc regular hours, -without- meat, cake, pastry, or sweets, clothing that permits of per fect freedom m the making of mud pies and other childish delights, be sides the early to bed of the old nur sery rhyme, would help to l...

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