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Casino Co-operative Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

Casino Co-opcrntive I»airy €o. I A mkkx'ING of sliarebolders in con nection with the above Company was held in the School of Arts Library on Tuesday last, there being over forty shareholders present.. Mr. J. T. Junor occupied the chair. The minutes ot last, meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Dockrill, seconded by Mr. S. Walters. The Secretary read a report fur nished by tlie Provisional Directors, in which they stated that, having made all necessary arrangements for a loan, they had made an offer to tlie N.S.W . ? Creamery Butter Co. for their plant, which had been refused, and the Company suggested arbitration ; this the directors did not approve of. They reported having inspected sites with il view of purchasing or leasing, and had seen .several good sites. They also reported having received another reply from the N.S.W. Creamery Butter Co., from which they found it would cost about £5000 to buy their plant. The directors, in view of all negotiations having fail...

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

~YXT ALKER'S RICHMOND & TWEED YV DIRECTORY ALMANAC fob 1903. Price— One Shilling. Is now published and may be had from the following agents : — Alston villo. W. Ross ; Biillina, Mrs. Norris ; Broadwater, A. M'Kinnon ; Bungalow, G. Noble Byron Bay, Gus Harrison ; Casino, F. Stitz ; Coraki, U. Bunaud ; Kyogle. E. N. Larkin ; Lismoro, Syeraud Co., G. H. Mackay, T. F. Schick ; Mullumbimby, J. H. Haines ; Murwillumbah, J. Kelly ; Rous Mill, IV. .Strong ; Tyagarah, W. Savill ; Wardoll, H. Dawe ; South Woodburn, E. M. Row ; Wyrallah, F. Scrivonef ; and for is 2d post free from tlio Publisher, J. P. F. WALKER, Lismore. N.B. — Pro paid Copitis may bo had from local Agents and Publisher. Sore Eyes in Cattle SHOULD your Herd bp attacked with BLIGHT, don't neglot them. L'elay means loss — loss of Eyes and loss of money. The lCcmcily is Mortimer's Stock Eye Lotion You should take notico of the Eyes, night and morning, aud as soon as you see tho animal closing the eyes, and the eye discha...

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

TAKE NOTICE! TAKE NOTIC E ! ! K»* -? . --. - ? ? ? : ? ? ? ; ? ? ? ?_ ? ; ? ; ? ? ? ? ? . ? ..-??? ?? y y.- ,;, ..?/ '- v: .:. V'.:: y-'r ; ??'.'? '*'f oJ ? JlBlE@ 3B1@- ? Oo» ; * ' ' ? 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 become their 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 Corners 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, going to sleep behind the c6unter, or by. neglecting to observe the SIGNS OF THE TIMES- ? — Bsa- WHEN 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 is4 dear at any price, ...

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

High Shipping Charges. Speaking at a dinner given by the Chamber of Commerce at Edinburgh, ?tlie liarl of Onslow, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Colonial Office, blamed the shipping lines conference and the Union (InKtlo flnm™,,.? fu tile high freights, which were imped ing trade with South Africa. Now that the Transvaal and Orange River Colony Governments, lie said, were placing large orders of every kind of goods incidental to the de velopment of the colonies, the Colonial Office would endeavour to secure, even if it chartered its own steamers, fair but remunerative freights for goods, both Government and public. Mr. Copeland, the New South Wales Agent-General, speaking at the Edin burgh diliner, described Lord Onslow's announcement as the most cheering news he had received since he came to Great Britain.

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

'MEWS. I .Honoukino a Political Opponent — Sir W. Vernon Harcourt in a letter to the London ' Times' refers in compli mentary terms to Mr. Chamberlain's progress in South Africa, and adds ' ho has dealt with some questions iu a spirit all can annrovo.' ( Tub Kino's Rkpiiksdntativi!. — When Lord Curzon, tlie Viceroy of India, travels, be is usually accompanied by x Lady Curzon aud 120 attendants. Great precautions are taken to ensure his safety, and everything is done for his comfort. In Southern Punjab the rail road lino is watered to lay the dust. At his destination ho is received with ex traordinary ceremony. Hbavjt Lossbs op Stock. — The stock returns for Moroo district, compared with those of the previous year, show a ulinrf.orro n{ WtK 1 (\-t ? A 11 una cattlo. In Narrabri district there is a ? deficiency, of nearly 300,000 sheep, as compared with the number shorn last year. Int the Brokeu Hill district tho decrease in sheep was 247,380 ; in Mud gee 18,952, and 7334 cattlo. Vic...

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

' ' MEULECT. A COMMON CASE OF PILES. IT MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS KESULTS. ^Whbn people generally uudevstaiid that nil such fatal discuses as listulu, ulcer of the rcctuni, fissure, etci, uhnosfc invariably beyin in a simple gase of piles, they will loai'ii the wisdom of taking prompt treat, - liient for the lirst appearance of trouble in this (|uai'tiu\ Dunn's Ointment will certainly cure every form of piles, itch ing, bleeding, protruding, and blind piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap but efl'ective remedy right at the start, because at such times a single pot will effect a cure, while in tho ?old deep-seated chronic cases several pots are sometimes necessary before a ciu'o is effected. Here is a case in point : — Mrs. A. Anderson, an old resident of Lisuiiire, residing in Park-street, near Gerard s Hill, says : — ' For some three years I have been a gro.it sufferer from that distressing complaint known as piles, and although I tried in various ways to get c...

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

'A Most Outrageous and Ini quitous Act.' A case of more than ordinary interest came before the Lismoro Bench on Wed nesday (reports the ' N. Star'). Pat rick Quinn, Small Debts Court Bailiff (acting as agent for William Kennedy. of Casino), proceeded against George Trumann (under Act Distraint, II. George 2, Section 1, for clandestine re moval) for removing furniture to evade payment of rent. Mr. XI. A. Sullivan appeared for plaintiff. Defendant did not appear, and Sub-Inspector Carroll proved service of summons by Sergeant Thompson of Uralba. The case was heard ex parte. Plaintiff's case was that the cottage was situated in Zadoc street, and tlie rontal was 0s per week. Defendant took possession on Septem ber 7, 1902, and paid £3 8s as rent. He left on January 19. Plaintiff last saw him on the 17th ; £1 ,19s was due as rent. The value of his furniture was about £0. He gave no notice. George Hutley, carter, deposed he shifted de fendant's furniture on 19th ultimo to a spot between t...

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

CRICKET. A cricket match was played on Satur day last on Coraki wicket between Bungawalbyn and Tatham which result ed in a draw on the first innings. Scores : — Bungawalbyn: First Innings — Thomas Yabsloy, b M. Nolnn, 25 ; H. Bucknell, b Pidcock. 10'! T. Vnn Tlnnnn, h Rnwpn 0; J. M'Rae, b Bowen, 1 ; H. Yabsley, not out, 30 ; W. Lutherborrow, c Fog well, b James, 5 ; G. Marsh, b James, 4 ; Hetherington, b James, 0 ; Gibson, b James, 0 ; A. Henr}*, b Nolan, 0 ; sun dries, 10 ; total, 85. Second Innings — T Yabsley, c M. Nolan, b Pidcock, 8 ; H. Bucknell, run out, 0; Van Eppen, b Pidcock, 15-: M'Rae, b Pidcock, 0; B. Yabsley, c Beaumont, b James, 13; Lutherborrow, c Beaumont, b, Pidcock, 11; Marsh, b Green, 17; Hetherington, b Nolan, 2 ; Gibson, not out, 9 ; llenry, not out, 0; total, 96. Tatham : First Innings— Beaumont, b M'Rae 2; M. Nolan, c Yabsley, b M'Rae, 5; J. Bow en, b Lutherborrow, 3 ; Pidcock, c M'Rae, b Lutherborrow, 6 ; W. Cox, b M'Ltae, 12; A. M'Donald, h Yabsley, 25 ; Fo...

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

|J| ' H A N K S. Tho Rolativos of tho lato Mrs. SCH ARER desn'o to return their sincere THANKS to all for tho many kind expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes received, m their lato sad bereavement, and thoy would' especially lhank Mrs. E. Andrews and Mrs. A. Cumniing for their groat kindness in tho hour of trouble.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

| O D E R N D E NTIS T R Y. I MR. « 1HOKLEY WA»E, ' Dks-tist, Casino, Will Visit KYOGLE on THURSDAY NEXT (only), and may bo consulted at i Scharor's Hotel. i ' j; J' I G H - C L A S S . DENTISTRY. Mr. W. A. GRAY, DENTIST, Will VISIT C«K AKI on MONDAY and TUESDAY NEXT, 1 Gth and 17th FEBRUARY. QRICK1S T E R S' £B A L L. A Cricketers' Ball WITjU BE JIEFjD IN . MARSH'S HALL, TATHAM, * — OK— Wcilncsdny Feb., Night of -Sports. Double Tickot, 3s ; Single Ticket, 2s. ,T..B. BOORMAN, . , . Hon. Sncretary. QORAKI . V ANNUAL ? SHOW. ? FRIDAY, 6th MARCH ,: 1903. ? ; One Day Only. Entries Closo on SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY. , . . : Copies of Schedules of Prizes may be, ^obtained at ' R. R.: Express.' Office, or on application to - D. CAMERON, Secretary. -piVERYBODY SHOULD COME ! Grand Old Fashioned METFIODXST TEA MEETING, — IN— LARGE J MARQUEE. CASINO t CHURCH GROUNDS. Wednesday, 11th March. ?Tea commence sharp at G p.m. Real Live 'Public Meeting, with Good Programme, to follow. : Public Auction ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 February 1903

News of the District, ? V — : ? ? Lisinore. At - the' Lismoro show sales- a pair of unbroken two-year-old fillies, bred by Mr. O. H. Gollan, of Woodburn, realised 50. guineas. The purchaser was the De partment of Agriculture. Guessing Competitions at Lismoro Shnw — 'A rrnr.fi rlc-.l nf rlio. played on Saturday in the weighing of the fat bullock used at Lismore Show for the Singer Co.'s valuable prize, and tho counting of the peas used in the guessing competition for Mr. Quilty's donation of a suit of clothes to the for tunate one being nearest to tho actual number. The bullock scaled 1008ilbs. Thero were 573 guesses, and the follow ing were within half a pound of the exact weight, viz. S. Trimble, Pearce's Creek ; j. Madden, Casino ; Thomas' Armstrong, W. Robinson, and Miss M. ?Brennan, of Lismore. The bottle con tained 1394 peas. There were 435 guesses, and Mr. D. Gardiner, of Lis more, was the nearest -with 1390. Boxing. — The return match betweon W. M'Kell, the bantam champion, a...

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

Combined Kamls -Goiiecrt. The moonlight concort, advortised to come olF in the Casino show ground oil Wodncsday ovonuifi, took plaeo as an nouncod and proved a s.iccossfal affan, The ovoning was not a Rood ono for out door amusomont, as tho ueathei was verv throateninff anti no.i vy lioverod about. This gi oatly intci feied ii-ith tho attondanco of the geneial public, still a very fair gathering was present, tlioro being fully oOO present. (Jut for tho ominous appearance ot matters ovorhead this nuinber, it is „retty safo to say, would have been considerably augmented. The members „f tho Lismore band arnvod rather late, fo that it was 9 o'clock before, a start wis tii'ido with the porformanco. Tlioso who wero not presont certainly missed ? musical treat, and those who wore thcro wero highly dohghtod. Both bands Dcrforinod in a most creditable manner, reflecting the greatest credit upon their conductors, Messrs. Plnlpott and West lev Tho Lismore band, being in full practice for the c...

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

Life's Happiest Period. Wiien an iincicnt Greek philosopher was asked which he considered was the happiest ? time in a man's life, lie promptly selected the period between the ages of 40 aud 45. On I'eing preised for the reasons which in duced him to make this selection, the phil osopher added : 'At 40 a man, if he be intelligent, has lost his illusions, and looks upun the world as it is, not as lie would like it to be. He is still young enough to par take of the pleasures of youth; yet has suf ficient experience never to permit his heart to rule' his head ; is moderate iu all things, and wisely shy of hazardous enterprises. '' On being further asked which he consi dered the Happiest time in a woman's life, the philosopher paused a long while, and when at last he replied he prefaced his answer by asserting that this was the more difficult question of the two. Finally he said : ' When she is too old to be called a girl, and not old enough to be called a woman without the word 'young'...

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

italliam. ;It is with feelings of deep regret that we (u R. It. Times') record the uiiex- , pocted death of Mr. G. B. Smith, auc tioneer, of Ballina. : Deceased was . ap parently in the best of health last, week, and on Sunday wont to Bungalow, re turning in thev afternoons On Sunday night lie had just undressed when he ^complained; to Mrs. Smith of a pain in liis . chest and said ho would see a doctor in the morning. Mrs. Smith lirged him to put ou his clothes and see one: then and there, when ho fell back as though taken with a fit. Mrs. Smith took him in her arms, but a neighbour who had been called in realised that he was dead. Meanwhile medical assistance had been summoned, and two medical , men were in attendance in a few minutes, only to confirm the sad intelligence to the grief stricken wife that her husband was no more. Deceased, who was only 42 years of age, leaves a family of three young children to mourn their loss. Mr. Smith was formerly a resident of Lis more, and at o...

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

Local Market Report.— Mr. James B. M'Dougall reports having sold since last report the following : — Fat Cattle— Cows G at L5 15s, 2 at L3 5s, Sat L6 15s, 4 at LS'lOs. Dairy Stock— Cows : 1 at LS 10s, 1 at L5 5s; 1 at L6, 1 at L5 15s, 1 at L4, 1 heifer at Una. . Store Cattle— Cows- : 2 at LS 2s Oil, 7 at,L3;. 2s Gil, 2 for L9. Heifers : 1 at. 33s, 12 at L3 2s Gil, 80 at LI 5s. 11 at L4,i3 nt . LH; Gs; 1 at L3 5s, 1 at Li 5s, 12 at 50i-, 1 (weaner): at 50s. Steers : 5 at 353, .4 at. L2 12s GU. 5atL2 1s, 12 at L4 12s Gil, 2f at Xil' Ills,; 1 at L4 2s Gd, 8 at 47s. 4 at 50s.' ' Bullocks;!*;. 2 at L5 2s (id, 1 (worker) at L9v10s. Howthe(Early Closing Act applies A man on tho look-out for a job. walked, from . Lismore to Casino during tho: week, reaching the latter town? shortly after 0 p.m. He went , to the bakers'; shops to purchase a loaf of bread, but: could not procure one, as the bakers dare not sell iu contravention of the Act. He ejeprossed himself volubly, but to no purpose unti...

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Solicitor or Bookie! [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

? Solicitor or SSookic! Justice Wir,T,s and Justice Channell have decided that the occupation of.a bookmaker— of course, a bookmaker in the sporting and not in the- literary sense — is a business, and not merely a luxury. The point came before ..them at Westminster, England, in connec tion with the case of a solicitor who was admitted to that profession with out disclosing the fact that lie was carrying on the profession or occupa tion, ot whatever it may be called, of laying against horses. There was no suggestion of; anything dishonourable on the part of the solicitor in question, and . the matter was urged on the technical point. . Seeing that a book maker has to pay income tax on the results, if any, of his betting, the judges could hardly come- to any other decision than that the rules of the In corporated Law Society had not been camplied with. As Mr. justice Wills said: 'It could not enter into the mind of anybody in the United King dom that a man could obtain the sanction -o...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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A Gaol for Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

A €-aol lor JLisaiore. Fon 'some time past the accommoda tion at the local lockup has been fully taxed (says the' N. Star'), and., Casino Gaol1 has also been filled, there being at present no less than 23 prisoners incarcerated therein. At the Lismore Police Court on Monday four prisoners sentenced to. short terms of imprison ment had to be ordered to Grafton Gaol, as there was no nearer gaol avail able. This means that the country is put to the. additional expense of send ing them 90 miles, when tli ere should be a large gaol at Casino or Lismore, With the rapid growth of the popula tion of the district if is only to be ex pected that there will be a corres ponding increase in crime, and it'will be necessary for the authorities to provide accommodation at tlie gaols for the prisoners. The P.M. said he had known for a fact that Casino Gaol has been overcrowded for a long time, and it was quite time a gaol was erected in Lismore. Inspector Carroll said there -were only four cells in ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Model Waitresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

RSoilel Waitresses. A new departure by the Sanuki Railway Company is causing much interest in Japan. Tho company has arranged that all its refreshment cars shall be stalled by girls. The wait resses have been seleqted for five quali | f.)'n,n reasons : ( 1) A passable personal appearance ; (2) fair education ; (o) good health; (4) good conduct; and (5) a blameless past. But more curi ous' than these qualifications are the regulations laid do-.vn for their be haviour. They must dress their hair in a certain style, resembling a Greek helmet, must wear a certain kind of costume, and are enjoined to behave witlv military discipline, to take no tips, and to refrain from chatting with the passengers. .. ?

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

[By TeLBGUAPH.] - ' SVDNEY, Monday. ' -?-- t - Tha Produce Market. ; Butter : Choice : creamery, Is ; f,ietory, ? . ; daily, 10}d pel lb. ttfeT.Maize:: Northern rivers, new, os 6d to - 5s 9d per bushel ; Argentine, 5-. 3d, ' Eggs.: Noithern rivers, lid to J2dper ?-: dozen. , ? ?

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Artesian Boring and Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

Artesian ISoriug and Irrigation. Tin; report by Mr. J. W. Boultbee on artesian boring aud irrigation in A merica has now been printed and published for distribution. 'Mr. O'Sul livali, Minister for Works, commends the document in a short introduction. ' The information herein furnished should,' lie writes, ' provide ground for thought and experiment, and tend to assist the development, that is taking place by reason. of the artesiau bore, a development which may be supplemented in a far greater way by a careful and intelligent use of the means now- to our hands for the alle viation and mitigation of some of the harsher conditions of our western life. Water conservation and irrigation provide those means, and it is my in tention to keep these developments ever in view, and to push them as far as the means place at my disposal admits.'

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