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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Advertisements. /^ A' U T 10, N. Owing to tho continued destruction of my l'oultiy by Dog-- belonging to Rissidunts in I tho neighbourhood, I liuruby give notice that .in ftilui'u all Dog?, found on my prnpoity nt Grci'iiridgu will bu shot without lesncct to who llioy bulong to. ??'_ '? \V. PEAKSON, Uiuuniidgo, Jiinunty 7th, 1003. 'ijw 0 T 1 0 ,. li: Poisons found Trespassing, Shooting, or othorwibo, on Dyniaba will bo PRO SECUTED. - MANAGER, Dyraab.i Station./ |Sj 0 T I C~ 15 Any Person found Trespassing, Shooting, ' ?jr otherwise, on Wooroowoolgen will bo PROSECUTED. CECIL H. ANDERSON, Manager. - j\~j 0 ~V I C 13 POISON is Ficcly i. aid on Wooroowoolgen ?Estate CECIL H. ANDERSON; ' Manager. AJ O T I 0 K All Persona found Tiesp.is.sing' or Shooting in any of my Paddocks -.-from this date will bo PROSECUTED to'fjhe utmost ligour of the law. . 'z 0. J. RIVERS, Saudgate.,. Match 31st. ' ,' ? 'pTj O T I (i K POISON bus buen ficoly Laid 'in , my Paddock, Sandy (Jicek Estate. '' ? DAVID ...
Important to Stockowners. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Important to Stockowners. With a view to restricting the move ments of atTected animals, aud, when necessary, compelling owners to ndopt proper measures for tin; prevention of disease, Mr. S. W... Moore, Minister of Minus aud Agriculture,- -.has caused, the following diseases, in addition to those already notified, to bo proclaimed under tho Stock Diseases (Tick) Act, .1901, namely, blackleg, or symptomatic an thrax,- cancer, actinomyeosis and manifest tuberculosis. St ick-breedcrs will soon have to develop into amateur uhcmLsts. and medicos. . ? ?_ ' V' ';
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR. Somk of tlio Fuclornl Seantors liave gone io tlic expense of linvin'gn speecli j jiiiiclc liy Snmtor Styles, in conch mun- ' tioii of tlio pro|)nh(-(l Knlgoorlie to ' I'm! Angustii inilwiiy sclicmc, pub lKln d in pamphlet foim. The wtnlhcr lms been too mltiy to Wde through tlip A\holi-, but a (uisoiy jinnee shows ns Mr. Styles evidently beloiigs^lo Ihe , old iion-piogieF&ive school piVpubljc^ mi'ii. Ho oiiL'lit Io lend, soniothiiif?1 iiliout. w lmt 'inilways hnvo tncconip lis-licd for Afnciicn. *~ (' The dredging' of the7 Sidney Har- .- bonr cobtb tho Harbour Trust out £2O,U0O n jeiir. ' During, thm* y«ms ' and two mouths over two million Ions of silt, stone, ashes, jgnrliige, t'le., lime | been lemovcd from the bed of the Imiboui1 ami towtd to B(a. | Canon lioyce, spcaKirg al St. Paul's Chinch, lledfei Ji, lefeind to tlie'bnd habit some men have, of wandering ' about the counliy, woikingoi looking lor work, while their wives and little one nio left to s...
The Drink Question in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
The Drink Question in France. Thr Paris correspondent of the 'Pall Mall Gazette' writes :— Since 1880, when any person can open a wine shop by giving notice to the Pre fect, there has been n great increase in the number of houses selling alcohol, and in the quantity of drink consumed. The evil has assumed tremendous proportions in certain departments, where the number of able-bodied young men available for military service in any one year has grown steadily less. In Normandy and Brit : tany the ravages liaee been very great, so that a Sunday's walk to church in a -- country district, is certain to reveal three or four drunken persons. Not only has the effect been seen in the lack of phy sique in the lising generation and the great spread of consumption amongst the lower classes of the population, but also in the prevalence of crimes of violence and the frequency of cases of insanity. 'Unfortunately the quality of the drink is often detestable, ruining the health as well as speedily ...
Nowhere to Nowhere. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
? -i- ? Nowhere to Nowhere. Thus the 'Manning Times' — ' Had the North Coast line been started at this, southern end, namely, Maitland, in all probability it would have been payable from the first— as it would connect thu country with the metropolis. Tho. line from Orafton to Casino, however, starts nowhere and ends nowhere, and could hardly be expected to pay.' Our- con temporary is quite iii error in supposing the lino starts froin ' nowhere' for it happens to junction at Casinowith a line which runs through a dibttict, absolutely the richest in every respect, and. the most densely populatud, to be found on the whole of the coast
A "Record" for 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
A ' Record' for 1904. The Government dairy expert (Mr. R. Crowe) has furnished the following report to the director of Agriculture in Victoria (Mr. Williamson Wallace) : — I beg to forward you statement show ing particulars of perishable exports from 'Victoria and values of same. It will bo seen that the_ dairying industry has quite recovered from, the effects of the drought. For the year 1904 a record Iihs been made, the previous record year (l'JOO) be ing exceeded by (i3 tons of butter. The value of butter exports for 1903 shows an increase of 85 per cent, over 1902, and 142 per cent, for 1904, as com pared with l'J02. Butter comprises in; value 6!) per cent, of the total perishable . exports ; dairy produce, as a whole, 75 per .cent. ; meat 11 per cent., .rabbits 9 per cent., and fruit 5 per cent. The condition in which butter has been delivered in London so far this season is, on the- whole, better than ever before in the history of the export trade. The mail companies are gradu...
Methodism. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Methodism. :, ,.. Sohb short time since there was a debt of about l!00 on the Methodist Church at Wyrallah. A few energetic members took the- mutter in hand, and hy 'means of a fair, to which people donated live stock, etc., and a concert, raised £90. In another case, ri veteran church member wanted a pulpit Bible and a hymn book for the. church in his centre. Meeting a couple: of friends, he explained his re quirements, both premising to consider the. matter. In a day or two he was agreeably surprised to receive a hand some Bibk) from one of the friends and a cheque for 25s from the other.
English Milk Records. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
English Milk Records. The milking records of the herds' owned by ''Lord Rothschild at Tring pai'k for the year ended September 24 last (writes the 'Morning Post') again bear striking testimony to the ' competent manner in which the man agement is conducted. Not only is there an educative example for others in the exactitude with which the ?figims are kept, but the uniformly high yields forcibly illustrate the value of the system in aiding the discrimin ate weeding of the herds. Taking only those animals that were in the herd the whole year, the averages per ' cow are shown as follows : — 21 Jerseys, 00051b. ; So red polls, 71101b. ; and 40 shorthorns, 03021b. per annum. These figures do not seem iii any sense abnor mal, yet it is perfectly safe to say that , they largely exceed the averages of the ordinary herds throughout the country. Without adopting some such system as that in vogue at Tring-park, it is 'practically impossible to maintain a high average stnudard of milk produc ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
I Mo t Day 1 w GomfoTtB II i*& Avoid too ranch liquid re- Kg fij freshment. Take small g| -- drinks, in frequently, with a jg| ^5 ilTT/.E IVolfc'a Schnapps K| Mrt| to &lve them piquancy and S2 t- quench thirst. Jt is of among jg| 2a bevezu&o in hot climates, \i ^jflf AROMATIC -^ SCHIEDAM g FOR THAT TIRED FEEIIHG.' 1 g3 Somothlng upon which you l 2 / 19O5. - - 19O5. TTT-E take this opportunity to thank our Numerous ** Customers for the eucdu racing' support we have ; . received since the Iiiaui-'uration of our Business, and ? for the Gigantic Xwias Response to Our Efforts, which has given us Confidence and Encouragement in launching out into the New Year. Spurred on by our great achievements in so firmly establishing* our ? foothold, it is our intention not to rest on the success of the' past, but to ASPIRE TO BIGGER THINGS in the future. WITH THIS END IN VIEW tat Preparations are In Hand to merit a, STILL LARGER RESPONSE during, this New Year. V: ;-». . No st...
The Russian Peasantry. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
The Russian Peasantry. The description given by a Russian writer, AI. Vidogredoff, of tlie coudi tion of the Russian peasantry, in the 'Independent- lleview,' plaiiily illus trates the folly and wickedness of the Government of that country itr squan dering at least £,100,000,000 sterling upon an iniquitous and . disastrous war, undertaken to extend the terri tories of an already overgrown em pire, when there is a frightful amount of poverty, misery, ignorance, disease, and degradation among four-fifths of its population crying aloud for imme diate alleviation. During the last 20 years, the areas of taxation in many districts of provincial Russia have ac cumulated from 150 'to 200 percent., and in one of the most fertile pro vinces about. 80 percent, of the peasant holdings' are left without, horses or cattle, and about 20 per cent. are. pos sessed of one lirad per household.' In others, the wretched tiller of (he soil pa'ys in taxes more fan it actually yields him, and it is only by...
Huxley and His Cigar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Huxley and His Cigar. The late Professor Huxley, during one of his lecturing tours, received an invitation to preside at a meeting to be held -the following night by the Anti-Tobacco He-ague. Though some what surprised, tlie professor accepted the invitation, and the following even iug -was duly instilled in the chair, There wniTa large gathering, aiid the' learned gentleman 'received a * hearty reception.- 'Ladies' and gentlemen,' said the lJroressor, on risings 'I shall open this meeting by relating a ?little incident which occurred ? some years ago. 1 was o i n visit to a very dear friend of mine, who' was at that time deeply interested in a discovery then recently made in conuection with science, and being much interested in the same subject, myself, we frequ ently exchanged- views which natur ally led to much animated discussion. However, notwithstanding the sirni ilarity of our studies, there was one point on which we differed — my friend was an inveterate smoker, whilst I, on...
Casino Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Casino Dairy Co. DuHixo tho month ending December 31, 1904, the output of buttor at. this -Company's Casino fuctory was 18l,281Ibs.~ The total sum paid to suppliers was £0021, being at the rate of- 7 7-8d per lb. for tirst-class butter, and 6 7-8d per; lb. for second-class The output dnting; tho lust week in Ducember-was 19; tons,; a record for that period. ? Owing tb^tlie dry weather the cream supply is now'; falling off somewhat. ,.\. '?':'?' |
Reserves Revoked. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Reservos Revoked; ' ^ '' ' ? The- underineiitioiiocl reserves i for1 water supply °jn 'parish Darkb,; Ciisinb Lund District, have been revoked :^— No. 1220, of 80 acres ; No. 9209, of U acres'; and No. 924-4, of 8 acres. The notifica-: lion that the undermentioned area ... of Crown Land was not available for settlement has been revoked — 1005' acros, parish Itarrawangn, Casino Land' District; partly contracted to be granted by. way of exchnngo. . ' ;- ?' .;
The Rous Seat. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
The nous Seat Foil the vacant Rons seat'in the As sembly, caused by the sad death of Mr. Colomuu, the names of three local busi ness men have already been mentioned as candidates to contest tbe seat in thu Legislative Assembly ' against Mr. Meugher, who is certain 'to again be a candidate. It is very probable that a strong requisition will be sent to Mr. All,ert. Britntnell, who opposed Mi\ O'ljullivau in the Bel more division at the general election, to contest the seat. The contest is expected to be a keen one. : ' ?
Sewerage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Sewerage. ;i ; ^ A, Lismoue friend .'points out -that tho (lay is -not far distant \vhen a. scheine. wil I be * devised to denl with, sanitary; refuse on separate premises, by:ineaiis of the antiseptic system.- As he points out, if it is poHsibletovdeal with sewage in dray-loads it is equally practicable to do so as regards a bucketful. This modern system is already being utilised in ninny homes in and around Sydney; and in the caso of Lismore ho. considers tho burden would bo much less to rate payers than tho costly sowerage system' now being carriod but there.
Russian Despotism. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Russian Despotism. A moke awful picture, of despotism in Russia lins seldom beun givon than wns done nt Konigsberg— in the trial for high ? treason which is going on there— by I Professor Michael von Roussucr, who was called by tho defence ns n witness I and exju-rt.- He is a Russian subject, a tnomber of tho Orthodox Church, and j has f -r lico years been a Professor of I Public Law and Criminal Jiiri^pudcncu a nt Tomsk. He resigned after the Into I student disturbances at Tomsk, when a jj number of undergraduates were beaten | and Hogged by the pulicv, inconsequence I of u-liir.li tho University Senate uuanini- 1 ously sent a protest — though in vain — to I tlie Minister for Public Instruction. | In his long cross-examination Profcs- i sor von lieussner said : — The influence j| of tho Czar has certain limits. The |f power of the officials is unlimited. There |j is no criminal responsibility for them, i unless the higher authorities give per- 1 mission tor a prosecution. Even then...
Depravity. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Dspravity. A cam; heard at tliti \V.ilchV(N.S.\V.) police com tjetw a littlo light into tlio depiavod Jives led by some people, says an exehiingfc. Tho case was ono in which an aboriginal was 'charged with lavishing tho duuglitei of a farmer. The evidonce' disclosed that there was no rtivishing ab-nt it, tho woman, wl:o is 25; years of ago, being a couspnting party.' She admitted that when she wont homo Mint night she said nothing to papa or mamma, because they wore both beastly drunk when they, came homo from the township in the after noon. Her brother, aged 13, was called to give evidence He had never been to Bchool, and. never heard of God, and diiJ not know tho difference between a He t and the truth. The ease broke .down, ' and tho nigger was- discharged, only to be again arrested on a charge of vagrancy, on which ho received a .soutouco of six months. Casino: Printed and published by Jamk's'1- Okievk and Geokiie IIkhiusut Tokneii, Proprietors, nt their 'General Printing Oflieo...
Millionaire's Son Kidnapped. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 13 January 1905
Millionaire's Son Kidnapped. Onk of tho most extraordinary acts of kidnapping on record vhas just been carried out in the very 'rounds of the World's Fair, at St. Louis. On November 10, Stephen Putney, a youth of 10,' son of a millionaire manu facturer of Virginia, paid a visit to the Exhibition, accompanied by some rela tives. Ho suddenly disappeared, and until'' ycsterdHy nothing 'could be aseer tuined as to his whereabouts. All sorts of conjectures were made, tho most plalibible being that ho had boon attacked and robbed, especially as at the moment of his disappearance he ? was known to have been carrying a bag containing jewels belonging to his sister in-law. ?However, his brother received a note to tho effect that tho kidnapped lud was quite safe and in good hands, but would only be restored to his friends if u largo sum was forthcoming as ransom. Tlio exact amount of tho sum de manded has uot been inndo public, but the lad's parents are quite willing to pay anything to have t...