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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

BRISBANE MARKET PRICKS. Following were the wholesale prices in. ? Btiabaue on Friday : — ' M uzo : Argentine, 4s 10d to os per buslieU Braii,,»£7 per ton; pollard,- to £'J os. ? Chiff: O it en, prune, £0 15a per ton. Potatoes: In short supply, ii ? -r;;Hains : Pineapple, Is to Is Id ; Mild Cure, la per lb. ,a; Bacon : Pineapple, flitches, 12d per lb ; .Mild Cure, Hitches, 1 2d, and sides 14d. w, i i-: Butter : Local, factory, to 12d per lb; ...80Uther.ii, 1 2d to 12id. . .: ., Cheese : N.Z., medium and largo, 9A«1 to ? lOd per lb ; Victorian, 7id to8d ; local, 7-Ad to'Sd. . ' ? ^ ? FatC \ttlk — At Homebush, oiiThntsilay -vxa .? .v last, r upwards.-- of- 847 head of cattle / .were ; ; i - yarded, l-eproseiiting 41 consignors, chiefly from the southern districts, the balance from 'v tlieN north aud west. The yardiugs com : .; prised. all qualities, mainly medium ; prime ? . bullocks none too plentiful ; about 350 cows and heifers, principally medium, light, and inferior ; 17 bulls, au...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pig Feeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

I*ig Feeding. Few problems in pig-breeding have attracted so much attention or have given rise to so much discussion as the benefit or otherwise of cooking the foods given to such animals. The subject was gone into at some length in a paper published by the ' Journal of the Department, of Agriculture for Western Australia,' and, according to. the writer, it would appear that cook ing should have a detrimental effect upon such albuminoid foods as peas, but on so exclusively a carbo-liydVato food as potatoes the opposite should be expected. This is precisely what practical experience confirms. By cooking peas before feeding, their growth-producing power has been found to decrease 25 per cent., while raw potatoes are of little value for fattening, but, -if cooked, they easily head the list of roots for this purpose. Between these extreme cases are. the many foods of variable constitution iu which tho digestibility of the carbo hydrates suffer if uncooked and the albuminoids if cooked.<...

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 — 17 February 1903

J^ENTISTRY ! DENTISTRY ! . Ir. G. ffiORLEY WADE, WI3XTIST, : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : Bogs to inform the residents of Casino and district that lie continues the practice of liis Profession at his old address, Barkek Street, Casino, ?Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, where . ho may be consulted daily. . Extractions rendered absolutely painless by the aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Chloro form, or by the most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, anil Cemeut, inserted with the greatest skill and care, and when required the nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted on Gold, Vulcanite, and Platinum. Old and broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and mado to fit ♦the mouth better than ever. Also, the most modern style of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work, and ; Pivoting of Teeth on Natural Roots. Teeth Sealed and Polished, and greatest attention paid to the Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may rely on receiving every attention, combined wit...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Molasses as it Cancer Cure. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

-? .Molasses as a Cancer Cure. With reference to the alleged mo ' hisses. cure for cancer, the ''Northern Miner ' says: — ' A gentleman now on Charters Towers knows Mr. Braun, who first experimented with the mo lasses, well. In May last Mr. Braun was suffering from cancer at the root of his tongue ; his neck was swollen and he was almost confined to his bed. He suffered terrible agony, and was .not expected to live longer than a few months. That was in May. In July he was hale aud hearty, and though in the sixties, was looking for work on the wharves. Mr. Crabb suf fered from cancer in the stomach, aud though over sixty lie made a complete recovery .in less than two months. Our i .'informant; fit at es that months ago the ! ay were confident mo- i fa&amp;eS' . would eutp cancer, and l)r. ] Hepzell'u experience with his two patientsjs very encouraging. It will be extraordinary if Air. Braun by nusro accident, has discovered a remedy for whiclf scientists have for so ma.n y ? y.ea...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

Local and General News. Death of a Child. — Wo regret to have to report the death of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Askew, of Casino, which occurred on Sunday even ing, after a .brief illness, the cause of death being accelerated by the extreme heat of the day. The funeral took placo yesterday. Special Meeting.— On Friday even ing a special meoting of the Committee of the Casino Hospital was hold in the Town Hall, for the purpose of consider ing applications for the. position of Matron, married couple, and nurse, for the Hospital. For the former a large number of applications were received, and the matter was left in the hands of a sub-corn mittee, appointed for the pur pose, to consider. A Just Grievance. — The sleeper cutters at Ourimbah have been taken aback at the turn that events have taken , with regard to. the supply of sleepers for South Africa Snbcon tractors are offering only Is , flj per sleeper oil the trucks, and as' the fixed supply has been set down by the cut...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Red Tape at the Post-office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

H-' Ilwl Tnitc «t the I'osi-iilHcc. | . ; A month ago a citizen was informed by tluT Post-oflice authorities that . there was a small sum of money, a matter of 3s 7d, due to him by way of ft ? : : l-ef und on a deposit, and he set out if;- confidently to collect it. First, he / went to the cashier's window at the i «'?-r General ? -Post-office, where he pre- 1 ?? sented the letter from Mr. Wilson, the i .Manager tor Telegraphs, and was re- i ferred to Mr. Wilson himself. Mr. ^Wilson was found to be away, and - thereupon the seeker was sent in turn ? to various officials in different parts of the building. At length, after half an,ljpur's travelling upstairs and down, . - und'aloiig corridors till he was nearly ns tired as the tired officials them selves, he was fortunate enough to discover . somebody who knew some i ?? ? thing of the matter, and who readily admitted the debt. 'But you must. ? write a formal application for a re j fund/' he said. The application was V written on the ...

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

mieclioa of JSiijor. A large number of ratepayers turned up at tho Town -'Hall 011 Fridaj' evening to witness the election of Mayor for Casino Municipality for the ensuing year. Mr. ^M'Doijgall occupied the chair, and every (alderman was presont. The Chairman said he would like to say a few words beforo the business was gone 011 with. I11 reference to tho past year, the. Council had got on .vroll to gether. So far as monoy went, they did 11 os nave mucu money 10 spend, as by the time salaries and other expenses were taken out of the rates, there was very little left for the use of the Council. Tliey bad, however; been fairly success ful in obtaining special grants from the Crown. The Council's account this year was in a far batter condition than it was at the same time last year. In collecting rates thoy had -been fairly successful,, having collccted over £500 out of £000, w.hich was more than the actual rates. This was through having collected a lot of arrears. He hoped that the ne...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Style Confidence Trick. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

New Style Coiifhlcucc Trick. One Sunday morning when every body had gone to church a traveller undertook to show the landlord how to draw, three different sorts of wine front the same cask. The two \yeut down in to^the cellar, and .the stranger bored a hole in the barrel, over which lie asked tlie landlord to place his thumb; lie then bored, a second hole, which mine host hud 'to stop up with hi.s other' lliumb. He then set to work on the third, when it apparently struck him that the landlord would not he equjil to the task of stopping that also, 'and he ran out of the cellar to ' fetch a tap.' He never returned, and the innkeeper had to wait by the side of his cask, until the folks had come out of the church. The rogue had by that time deeaniped with all he could lay ..hands upon. Casino : Printed and published by Jamks Gkieve and Geor«e Hkkbekt Ti'knku. Proprietors, at their General Printing , Otlioo, coruor of Barker and Walker . streets. ?

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

' ; «i3NEIMEi news:' The Clarenco bar is .causing trouble just now. On Huddart, Parker's wharf, Darling Harbour, there is at prosent a raft, which was brought ovor from Now Zea leand by ono of tho cargo steamers. The raft is said to be one which belonged to the Elingamite, and which landotl pas sengers from the wrockod vessel on to ono of the Throe Kings. Marriages.— Miss Maggio Corrigan to Mr. William M'Dormid, both of . South Grafton ; and Miss Bella Harris to Mr. L. Chaseling, both of Grafton. At Tamworth ton local hotclkeepers have been fined £2 10s each for neglect ing to deface the Excise stamps on beer casks. Cavanoooii's Liver Toxic never fails to give relief in all liver and kidney complaints. . For sale at all stores.* ' A young Victorian visitor to tho Laiincdston Cup was accused on the track of thaft, nnu locked up itu gaol. Thir teen days olapsed beforo tho mistake was rectified. Jules Bruggtnann, a well-known Mol bourno importer, was last week fined in all £230 for def...

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

rriHK NORTH COAST 8TICAM NAVI J_ CATION COMPANY, Limitbd. express Passenger and Cargo Service. Between tho RICHMOND R1A ER and SYDNEY. . ' ' ' ? fp II E fast and powerful screw Stoainships RAMORNIE &amp; TOMKI Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, loavin' Sydney TUESDAY and SATU R DAY 'and loavin* 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 enpacity, is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in .the. Saloon;' and all mordeni improvements. Tho steamer ST. GEORGE leaving Sydney on Thursday will also make weekly trips In the Rivor, calling at Newcastle coming Noith. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Toinki, St. George, or Ramurnio by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more, wliero Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com munications. regarding Shorts or Missing Car«n be directed to tho Local Manager, at Coraki, who wil...

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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

? SYDNISY MARKKT PRICKS. , Follow r no arc the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Sydney : — ? Wheat: South Australian, now crop, choice nulling. 5s Oil to 53 10:1 per bushel, f.o.b. Port Adelaide, or equal to lis ltl to 6s 2d in Sydney. Flour : bydncy roller, to £12 10a per ton ; ? Manitoba, on spot in Sydney, £13 10s. lUaize : Lic:tl, new, 5i Gd ; southern grain, choice, 03 0d ; good, 5s Sd ; Argentine, 5s to os 3d per bushel. Bran, Is 4d to Is 4A-1 per lmshcl. Pollard, Is 8(1 per bushel. Cluckwheit : L--cal, to 5s lOd per bushel; Adelaide, 5s lOAd to 5s lid. Barley : Prime feed, to 4s 7d per bushel. .Oats : Tasinaiimn, feed, 3s to .is oil ; prime, „? 3s Gil; New Zealand, prune, 3i -7d; good, to 3s Gd ; inferior, 3s per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local, prime, 10 los to £7 7s Gd per ton ; medium, to Lb 5s ; inferior, to £1 li)3 ; South Australian, £3 10s; Victorian, choice, £7 os. Lucerne Hay : Hunter Hi very wharf pi;icb; prime, £4 I5s; good, £1 10s ; choice, small bales, £1 17s 01;...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

COMMERCIAL iSEWS. LOOAL PRICKS CURRENT. It. R. Exprets 6ffiue, Monday., e- Foclowino nro tho quotations for farm aud dairy ?. produce ruling in Casino to-dny ; — WllOMUJAIiK. RKTAIb. £ H D t H o ? flfsitzc, por bushel ..050 0 o 0 Cliall, per ewt.. ..0 8 0 0 9 0 Hay, oaten, per toil .. 9 0 0 9 10 0 Oata, per biwliel ..040 050 . per doz?n .. 0 0 10 .010 Hatter, locnl factory .. 0 10 0 12 Butter, dairy .. .. 0 0 10. 0 1 Q -*

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carlyle and the Donkey. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

Cau'Jylc anil -Iic l»onlicy. A new anecdote of Thomas Cnrlylo as a schoolmaster, told by one of Garlyle's pupils in Kirkcaldy, vt-cei.tly came to -light. Asa teacher Carlyfo is defacribcd as a gloomy disciplinarian, - whose large, glowing eyes constantly shot fort ii wrath. His mere scowl would hush tlie whole school, and lio had a laugh that was a series of chuckles and lond guffaws. One niorn ;j'g» just as the children were eider ting school, a donkey came into the ?playground, 'and a boy rushed to mount the auiinal and attempted to ride it in to the '-^schoolroom. The donkey duly entered amid shouts of laughter and cheers from the assembled young sters. Then Carlylc appeared. A tre mendous explosion of wnilh was ex-' peeled, but instead he burst.forth into ?a great roar of laughter. A roar, however, that produced a sudden and complete hush — and his' laughter- whs renewed again and ngaiu. 'That,' said the master, when finally he spoke, ' is the wisest aiid best scholar Kir cald h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

k E NOTICE! ' ,. ' TAKE NOTICE!! &amp;n**\ *** »V * '' W u ' *' ? . ? ' ? ? ? = ? ' '?' '''' ^'~'v '* '??' ''^^'''' ? ? 1 ;!'i;i,';\,.' B. ' »«- S&amp; C O. V?:-? : V,;V , ' ~ ° — o ? \ ? - Are grateful io 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 w:-i-;-A'-v;against all Comers 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, gcing to sleep behind the counter, or by neglecting to observe the SIGNS OF THE TIMES. - — ? ' ^ WHEN YOU ARE FULLY COMVIMCED TrtAT CLEARING OUT SALES ARE A DELUSION, ??.^?r^hat-.GH'EAP'N.ESS--dLvided.-from Quality is a snare to catch the unthinking, and that Rubbish...

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Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

.Latest JSTews. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Sunday. The demolition of property in the Strand caused an invasion of rats in the Gaiety restaurant dining rooms, which have been closed in consequence. Colonel Morlanu occupied Kano, in North Nigeria, 011 the 3rd instant. In the fighting two officers and 12 mou 't were wounded, and 300 of tho encrny killecl. The Emir of Kano fled to Sokoto. The death is announced of Field Marshal Sir John Simmons, aged 82. The Bulgarian Government announces the dissolution of the Macedonian com mittees. ? A strong cordon has been placed along the Macedonian frontier. Several officers and many members of the Sofia committees have been arrested. The protocols of the Powers, for sub mitting the matters in. dispute with Yenezuela to arbitration, have been signed. The warships captured from Venezuela are to be retnrnedj.and also a renewal of commercial treatio's granted. Orders havo been issued to raise tlio blockade at all the Venezuelan ports. Generals Louis Bo...

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V.A.T.C. MEETING. CAULFIELD—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

V.A.T.C. MEETING. . : Cauli'ihld— Saturday. Oakleigh Plate, 5A furlongs.— Pendant', 8st, 1 ; Dulcimer, 7-10, 2 ; Boaz, 0 11, 3. Bond Cup, li mile.— Falkirk, 7-5, 1 ; Athauie, 7-3, 2 ; Maelgwyu, 7-5, 3. Tho annual general meeting of- mem bers of the Casino Jockey Club is called for Friday night next, at- the Commer cial Hotel. Mr. D. Cronin left for Queensland last weok, taking with him Rosebud and hor two-year-old half-brother by Uabba. The big bay mare should pay for her oats iu the northern State if properly placed. ? An old identity inrtho Clayton golding Acis is expected to arrive 011 tho river during tho weok, and will probably' bo a starter at Coraki on St. Patrick's Day. Tho betting in Now Zealand on tho Ribbonwood-Fritz trotting match is G to 4 011 the former. News is to hand from Cobbora, on the Talbragar River, Dubbo district, of -the death of the celebrated blood stallion Splendor, owing to injuries sustained from a kicking mare. An Australian gentleman who recently retur...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

S*lllll|« iSJiictillg. A well attended meeting^ of the general public was held in rt'ne Town Hall, Casino, on Thursday evening 'last, in answer to an advertisement which ap poarod in tho press with roference to the price of meat. Several- of those present wished to know who put tho ad vertisement iu, but no information was forthcoming. Mr. Frost moved, — That Mr. W. G. Simpson take tho chuir. This was duly seconded, and approved of. Mr. Simpson said that perhaps by voting him to the chair thoy considered ho was tho author of the advertisement, and ho did not care if thoy thought so. The cause was a gooJ ono, as people had been calling out for a long time about tho price tliqy had been paying for beef. He would be tho last person to try and injure any man's business, but tho price of boef in Casino was. very high and many had to go without. Mr. Frost said that Mr. Z. Bonn had told him he was going into tho business, and would bo prepared to sell beef at 5,'jd per lb. Ho know of moil,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

We Must Sell! IT EXPIRATION OF LEA 8E SALE, - -1| , |We are Going to Sell! Commenced on SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY.. ' ' , -f * * v 1 ^ * .&amp;2&amp;00. New., Clean Drapery, -^c-v , ^ ^ 10 Pieces Horrock's 30 inch A1 Calico, 3s Od dozen yards ? vw i' « 5 Pioccs Horrock's 30 inch Bt Calico, 4s lid do/oil 13 PiceEs 30 inch Special AVhitc Calico, 3s Od do/cn 3 Pieces 30 inch Scoured Grey Calico, 3s Od do/on 4 Pieces 70 inch Heavy Twill Grtfy Shooting, !Ud yard fl Pieces 72 inch Heavy Twill White Sheeting, OUl yaul 3 Pieces 00 inch Plain Grey Sheeting, 7 A(1 jnid ] Piece 2!) inch Striped Bed Tick, 4Ad yard . , Ti. :: : 3 Pieces Strong Slato Sclosia, 2s lid dozen yards » - / 2 Pieces 27 inch Floral Cretonne, 3s 3d dozen « 1 Pieces 2!) inch Floral Cretonne, 4s 3d dozen 3 Pieces 20 inch Floral Cretonne, os Gd dozen 7 Pieces 27 inch Floral Art Muslins, 2s Od dozen ** - '? 2 Pieces 20 inch Cotton' Shirting, 3Jd yard _ 2 Pieces 20 inch Heavy Cotton Shirting, 5:f'd y.nd 3 Pieces 20 inch H...

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News of the District. CORAKI [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

; News of the District, .. . — . — — ? , «4-lt4S£S. The numerous friends of Mr. William Gollan, J.P., of Woodburn, will bo grieved to learn that ho has completely lost tho sight of 0110 eye. During the week a survey of the land between Coraki and 'the head of Sandy. Creek, and tho taking of levels in con nection with the drainage scheme, has been commenced by Mr. Surveyor Turner, of Sydney. Local enterprise took tho work of draining tho large area of low land which this embraces, and (says tho ' 11 R. Herald') tho good work accomplished is an object lesson for other parts of tho district. The cost was pretty sovere on a few who -under- took the work, but it is understood the Act under which it is now proposed to bring same will compel all who have benelitod to contribute proportionately. Loading for Drake. — On Saturday last two pioneer horse teams left Coraki, loaded with general merchandise for Drake. It is intended by the business people in that district that the whole of their g...

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

PB-TBl l*OI.VIV Another heat wave.' Thermometer 110' on Sunday. . - Casino Council meets to-ni«ht. Alderman L. E Cope elected Mayor. Sports at Marsh's hotel, Tatham, 011 Wednesday next. The enervating licit is causing more cases of indisposition. Archdeacon Pritt has died at Towns villo from pneumonia. | Ladies' Evening Shoes. — A clearing | line, half-price, ^2s Gd pair.— A. C. Simp son's.— 0 The sum of £16,000 distributed by Byron Hay Company for butter and bacon last month. The Alaskan boundary treaty with Great Britain has been ratifiod by tho United- States Senate. Byron Bay Co. contemplates tho erection of a depot in Casino so soon as tho railway line is opened. . ' Another' butcher's shop to be opened 011 tho 19th inst.., iiext to the Royal Hotel. Vide advt. The new timber and quai'ry regulations are published in a supplement to the ' Gazette' of 11th instant. Dr. Dill-.Macky procjede.d to Cor.iki yesterday, where ho -was to deliver an address in the Bridge-street li ill iu t...

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