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SPORTING NEWS. WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 February 1903

.'vu w.s. WARWICK FARM RACES. Saturday. .lumpers' Mat Rico.— Marathon 1, I William James 2, Bonnie Boy 3. I Stewards' Mile. — Bombshell 1, :Vic- 1 tory 2, Equator 3. \ Farm Stakes. — Beaufleur. 1, Spanish Lady 2, St. Modan 3. ,?? _r I r . Warwick . Farm Handicap. — Acrasia 1, Stroet Arab 2, Torchon 3. . I Weltor Handicap. — Bonos -1, Tarn I O'Shanter.2, Caprifonn 3. 1

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 — 17 February 1903

? ; ? ? ? , BSulIiim The friends of Mrs. Sniythe (says the ' R. R. Times') will bo pleased to learn that the critical operation which has been contemplated for some tiino was successfully performed in the Hospital 011 Monday, and that the patient so far is doing well. We regret to announce the death of the infant son of Mr. Joseph Kirby, of Ballina, who passed away on Monday. ' Alstonville Agricultural Show resulted in a great success. Hismoro Caledonian Society has a paid-up membership of 58, and a credit balance of £218 los 2d. LismoreHc9tising Bench refused Mr. J. Want's application for a conditional publican's license at Lismore. Alstonyillo Guessing Competitions. — The weight of the bullock used at the Alstonville Show for tho guessing com petition for the Singer Co.'s machine was G911b. Messrs. Robert Gibson and Donald Petrie, aud Miss Grijce Rish worth guessed the exact weight. The number of peas in a bottle for Messrs. Coliu Nelson and Co.'s prize was 1738. Mrs. Louisa Carte...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. ALLEGED BREAKING AND ENTERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

THIRD DAY— THURSDAY; ALLEGED BREAK INO AND ENI'EltlNG. James Thompson, Thomas ' Ramsay, and Samuel Sampson, wero arraigned for alleged breaking, entering, and steal ing from a dwelling. The evidence had concluded, and the jury had retired to consider their ver dict when wo wont to press, 'v'' ,

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY. PLEADED GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

SECOND DAY— WEDNESDAY. ? PLEADED GUILTY. - The following -accused pleaded' guilty to the charges against ? them, and. -were remanded for sentonce Cyril J. Smith,, larceny fro in a dwell-: ing. . Fred: Edwards, found on premises at. night with intent to steal. : ; Ernest C. Adams, obtaining.monoy by moans of talso pretences from E. A. Scharer, at Kyogle. ALLEGED OIUMINAL LIBEL... Hugh M'Innos was charged with al-. leged criminal libel. Mr. Ivissane for accused. . V- „ The prosecutrix stated she -was satis fied with the apology which , had- been: tendered, and did not, wish to. give. evi- dence ; and, by his .Houor's direction, the jury at; once returned a vordict of .acquittal. :GKIEVOUS BODILY IIA1MI. V Thomas Cooper' was found : guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm. 011 A. E. Ratcliff. . Sentencerl to 12 months in Grafton Gaol, to' date from whoirpri-* si'nor was first incarcerated, somo. four ? moiiths'ago. ' : ' :' ' C-N 1'ltEMISES . WITH '.INTENT. _ ; Charles . Hoskins was ...

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Lismore Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Xiisiuoi'o Quarter Sessions. . The Quarter Sessions' opened in Lis moro 011 Tuesday, before His Honor Acting Judge Armstrong, with Mr. R. J. Browning as Grown Prosecutor. Three jurors, Messrs. Robt. Campbell; F. G.. Hayes, and John Staggs, for non attendance, wero each fined 1:2. Messrs. G. F. Akers and S. C. Frasor, two jurors, wero excused from attend ance, the last named for the day only. ?The following newly-appointed Jus tices to tho Commission of tlie. Peace were sworn in, viz. : — Messrs. H.T. Car ter, D. B. Finlayson, A. Fonwick, W, Gollan, W. Nolan, J. A. Perry, C. D. Ross, Jas. Taylor, John Taylor, G. Loll back, A. Ralston, aud T. A. Small. G1UEVOUS BODILY HAllM. Andrew Jones was charged with ma liciously inflicting grievous bodily harm ou one Andrew Day, at Ballina. A second count sot out that he did assault and otherwise ill-treat the said person. Accused pleaded guilty to common as sault, which plea was accepted by the Crown Prosecutor. Mr. Kissane appeared for accused....

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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

THE WEATIIElt. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.. BRISBANE, Thursday. New South Wales. — Rain in coast districts, undei'Koutherlies, fine else where ; cool throughout; ureiis of rough sen south from Port Mucqunrie. Ric'i gold hns been struck in South Africa at a depth of 3300 feet, ill A ButuiLAit Captured. — Tho Baden g|$ 'aden Hotel, Coogeo, was' the seono of p| 1111 exciting encounter with 11 burglar on 111 ^uosday morning about 4 o'clock. The M licensee, Mr. G. Staples, was aroused by ||| his wife, who told hint that someone &| wu6 in tho room. On lighting a. match i!°y 8iUV a miln crouching down near ipy the foot of tho bod industriously going through the pockets of boiuo garments ^liioh lie had removed from behind tho |jTt.j door. The intrudor, realising that he ^ j was discovered, bounded ou the balcony, Is4 outered an adjoining door and rushed '! j down stairs, with Staples at his heels. |K'| A desperate struggle ousued, and ultim ggJ utely the fugitive was ovorpuworod, hut ',J...

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Latest News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Latest News. ? / ? ? ? ? ., [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Wednesday. In the House of Commons, Sir H. Cmnpbell-'Bannerman, leader of tlie Opposition, alluded to the curious omission from the King's Sprech of any mention of the Anglo-Germnn co-operntion in Venezuela. The Prime Minister, in replying, said that Vene zuela would have played off Britain ami Germany, one against the other, had they acted separately. Geneva! Sii;.Redvers liuller, giving evidence before the War Commission, said he went to South Africa without instructions regarding the plau of. campaign. In reply to a question, in the House of Commons, regarding the effect of the Brussels Convention, Mr. Balfour (the Premier) said that Britain would never penalise Colonial sugar. Heavy snowstorms have occurred- in the United States. Tlie snow is 30in. deep in New York, and .5000 people are employed 111 clearing the streets. ' The concluding tests between , warr. ships / fitted.. ;V-v'UljL_V- S^tjali^ ville boilers resulted iu;..th...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

[?] The Sultan of Alorocco has captured aud beheaded '40 of the Pretender's escort. Air. H. Copeland, Agent-General for Now South Wales, in an exhaustive reply to Air'. Wilson's article, says if Australia is solvent it is not for lack of assailants. ? Mr. John Bromhead, a very old resi- H dent of West Alaitland, died on Tues- H day, aged within a couple of months of , H George Clayton died at Albury hospi- ? tal from' injuries received in a fight. v.H He made a dying statement to the H effect that he was the aggressor. . H Blouse Flannlettes, usual price 7id H per yard, going at 3/11 per doz. at. H Crouch's Great Sale. — 0 , B Frederick Smytho, late postmaster at H Hurstville, formerly of Dalmorton and H Bellingen, pleaded guilty at the Criminal BS Court, Sydney, to embezzling £100; the HH property of the Government. Sentence HH was deferred. H The Australian Workers' Union has been ordered by the Court to pay H £1400 costs in the Coonamble- shearing.. H case by Alonday afternoon. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

TEX UOLD ASSEICTIOXS Regarding Chamberlain's' Colio, Choleka anu Diarrhoea Remeuy. 1. It affords quick relief in cases of colic, cholera morbus und puins iu the stomach. 2. It never fails to elfcct a euro ii-. the mostsoverecutesof dysentery anil diarrhoea. 3. Itis a sure cure for'chronic diarrhoea. 4. It can always be depended upou in cases of cholera infantum. 5. It cures epidemical dysentery. (j. It prevents bilious colic. 7. It is prompt and effective iu curing all bowel complaints. 8. It never produces bad results. 9. It is pleasant and safe to take. 10. It has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine iu the world. These are bold assertions to make /regard- ing any medicine, but there is abundant proof of every one of the above statements regarding this remedy. Every household should have a bottle at hand. Get it to-duy. It may save a life. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it. Judge R. W. Wiley, of Hennessy, Oklahoma, has been publicly horse whipped at Guthrie, Oklaho...

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

SPOKTINti vews, Annual meeting of Casino Jockey H Club to-night. H A nice little programme of five events B has been issued by Coraki Tatterssdl's H J.C., for races on St. Patrick's Day, the H chief prizes being the Town Plate of H £12 (6fuvl.), St. Patrick's Handicap of H £25 (1 mile), and the Farewell Handicap B of£8(6furl.) Nominations for tho prin- H cipal events will fall due ou tho 6th H March. H Ipswich races last Saturday resulted : E3 — Open Welter : Iroquois 1, Abbott 2, H Boadicea 3. Trial Handicap : Cobb 1, ||l Zephyr 2, Fortunier 3. J.C. Handicap : . ill Abbott 1, Adamant 2, Leander 3. Novice En Handicap : Chesterfield I, Verdict 2, Hu Phyllatis 3. Stewards' Mile : Lady BB -Maud 1, Iroquois 2, Roi-do-Lis 3. B| At Caulfield races, on Saturday, Sea- EH kale won the Alma Stakes, Sweet Nell -B| second; Wakeful the St. Hilliers Stakes, 98 Purser 2, Victory 3 ; and llising Fund Hj the Steeplechase. HH Tho well-known jockey, Tommy Wood- |H gate, has decided to try his luck iu ...

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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII (CONTINUED.)—THE LAST OF GARDINER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Australian Bustanging. the early days. . [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER VIII (Continued.)— THE LAST OP GARDINER. N ' THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. Qs the clay appointed the prisoner, under the three names — Francis Gard iner, alias Clarke, alias Christie — was arraigned at the Sydney Central Crim inal Court, before Mr. Justice Wise, the ohUrge being shooting and wound ing Middleton with intent to murder liiin. I The Attorney-General prosecuted, and Messrs. Isaacs and Dalley appeared for the defence. After a curiously mild trial, towards the close of which the Crown Prose cutor remarked that ' no one would be better pleased than myself if you acquit the prisoner,' the presiding judge summed up carefully, and the jury retired. At twenty-five minutes past 0 o'clock it was announced by the Sheriff to his Honour, that the jury had agreed. A profound silence en sued as they re-entered the box, and the prisoner was again brought into Court. . % The clerk 'of arraigns put the usual question...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

riTlK AIVI- 1'OINT. Heavy storm. Rainfall at Casino, 289 points. Elton Family back in Casino. Part of ' Bushman's Notes' held over. Entries for Coraki Show close on the 28th inst. Ex-Alderman Page elected Inspector of Nuisances, etc. Tenders due to-day for Wesleyan Church at Kyogle. Lower Clarence Show is to bo held on the 12th and 13th May. Important property sales by Mr. J. B. M'Dougall, to-morrow. ' 200 yards Strong Navy Serge, clearing out at 9d per yard. See Crouch's Sale.— 0 A longthy list of deeds of grant ready for delivery is published in a supplement to the ' Gazette' of 10th February. Stock Taking. — American Axes, all makes, 3s fid each, during stock taking at A. C. Simpson's. At Lismore only 72 points of rain fell on Wednesday night. No rain fell at Wyrallali, nor did the storm extend far above Casino on the main river. Lieutenant-General Sir William But ler, who was commandant in Cape Colony in 1898-9, testified before the Royal Commission on the war that in his despat...

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Treatment of Consumptives. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Trciituiciit oil* €oiistiuis-tirc$. At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the Queen Victoria Home for Consumptives' Fund, Sydney, it was announced that the new sanator ium at King's Tableland, Wentwortli ; Falls, would be opened on the 18th inst. by . Sir Harry Rawson. The sana torium will accommodate 20 patients. 'Atmiu wo have to renort' — savs the yearly statement, which will be sub mitted at the meeting in the Town hall on the 17th inst. — ' that a large number of those seeking admission have had to be refused since they are suffering i.n'.thc late stages of the dis ease, and .were too ill to be sent to Thirl mere. Many of these are very sad and very deserving cases. . The providing of a hospital, by - the Gov ernment for those suffering in the late stages of phthisis is still in abeyance, and there seems to be no desire on the part of the Government to accomplish this. How long such a state of affairs is going to be it is hard to foretell, but the need for such a hospital...

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The Tweed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Tlie Tweed. An oxciting bull fight, resulting iu the death of one of tho combatants, took place at Cudgen last week. From par ticulars it appears that a bull which had been grazing ou the road side happened to stray into an adjoining paddock through some broken fence, where another bull (the hero of the part) was located. Tho newcomer's presence in stantly raised the ire of his combatant, , and in no time they were furiously at tacking each other, the air being rent with their bellows, and masses of earth were lifted skywards in tho deadly struggle. After fighting a very few minutes the end came like a thunder clap, as tho home bull drovo one of his horns into the intruder's body and with all his might tossed him into the air, the defeated bovine falling on his back with a heavy thud, lifeless. _ The. dead bull 'wjip much Jtirger thau liis antagonist, — ' Tweed HerulVl.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

A Macilent Wasted System. Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC. The Case of. tyrs. E. lYjERTON. ? (BY A LOCAL REPORTER.) Surprise is an iimiloquntc term to describe tho ieolinK with which such an announce lmrnfc as tho following will be received by th.o guueral public ; yet the uctiuil state of tilings whiuh prevailed at No. 68 Mac-' quarie-stroet South, Surry Ilills, are nar rateil by the lady who experienced them, so there can be 110 doubt as to the facts. ' Not so very long ajjo,' said Mrs. Eliza beth Merton, who lives at tho above address, 'I found that I could not Btaiid the cold weather. This was a great sur prise to mo, because I used to appreciate a cold climato so much.' 'Perhaps you were not very well?'.' Tonturcd the reporter. ' I certainly did not feel as buoyant as usual, as I h.ul no energy to hustle about my work as in former days, feeling only fit to wrap myself up and sit down. Hoyond that there was no occasion for alarm for a Utile while : tlicn I seemed to collap...

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Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

?. ? ? ; ? ? ? -V AEaliiiia. - ' A serious accident befel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, sen., of Newrybar, on Saturday evoning. They were out' driving, when the horse shied, and up set the sulky, throwing Airs. Johnson on a barb-wire fence, and Mr. Johnson on to the road. Mrs. Johnson had her left arm broken, and was otherwise severely lacerated by the wire. Air. Johnson sus tained a scalp , wound three inches in length, rendering him unconscious for some time. Alcdical assistance was ob tained, and both are nOw doing well.

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Religious Services. IOHURCU or England (Casino District) — Fubrnary22nd,Qiiinquagesima Sunday, New Park, Confirmation Class, lit 10 a.m., Matins f at 11 a.m., Fuiry Hill at 3 p.m., Evensong and Holy Communion ; Casino i»t 7.30 p.m.; Feb. 25th, Ash Wednesday, Casino at 8 p.m., Conifnnnicant's Union ; Friday, Feb. 27th, Choir Practice. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. RomanCatiiolicCiiuugii (Casino District) — Sunday, February 22nd, Casino, Mass at - 8 a.m., livening Devotions at 7.30 o'clock ; Feb. 23th, Ash Wednesday, Casino, Mas? nt 8 a.m. ; Sunday, March 1st, Tatliam. Alass at !l a.m., Casino, Evening Devotions at 7.30 o'clock. — Rev. AI. P. Walshc. jl .-.?????. Roman Catholic Ch ouch (Coraki District) , — Feb. 22nd, Coraki, Alass at 9 a.m. ; Swan ,£ '? Biy, Alass at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. — Rev. v John Uurney, i; = Presbyterian Church of Australia 's v 1 Sunday, February 22nd, Coraki at 11 a.m., g - r Tu til 'i m at 2.30 p.m.. Casino at:7.30 p.m. if — Rev. John Strang, lit ? .: Methodist. C...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

. ;«K!XElitAL' ISBNS'. * The miners at tho Dennhy- Main Colliery have refused to obey tho order of the'Yorkshiro Miners' Association to resume work. Jamos Cavanagh, aged 58, died in tho ' Grafton' Hospital on Saturday last. - ? The Marconi Co. has insured tho lifo ? ' of the great wireless telegraph inventor fpr £150,000. . ?aronueacon ivioxon, wno is siowiy improving in health, has resumec| duties. ? The Full. Court granted ; a new trial in the action Griffith, M. P., v. ' New castle Herald,'' for libel. Tho jury in ' the first trial found for defendant. , Cavanoiigii's Liver Tonic' never fails'to ? i^ive relief in all liver und kidney complaints. for sale at all stores.* ? ? - A strange fatality is associated with. . the.titlo«i.df great soldiers, - Not since his - own time until our .own hns..tbe D.iiko ? of Wu'iington'a title doscended directly through., a son ;. and that of Marlborough came down to posterity by . special legislation conforririg it' upon » daughter. Not one' of-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

THE 'NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY, Limited. EX Pflt ESS Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND .RIVER and SYDNEY. fTlHE fast and powerful yMyftjrr^ X screw Steamships RAMORNIE & TOMKI Are now running a. Bi-weelcly Service, leavin-* Sydney TUESDAY and SATLR DAY,°arid leaving CORAKI on TUES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNIE now making regular weekly trips hiis a refri gerating chamber., equal 'to CO tons capacity, is lighted throughput with electricity, ventilating fans iirtheSaloori, and all mordern improvements. - The steamer ST. GEORGE leaving Sydney 011 Thursday will als» -make weekly trips to the River, calling at Newcastle coming Noitli. Intending Passengers cati engage Berths on Toniki, St. George, or Raniornie by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis ninre, where Saloon plans may ho seen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local Manager, at Coraki, w...

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Visit of Rev. Dill-Macky, D.D. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Visit of Rev. Dill-Macky, D.D. On Friday evening last the Rev. Dill Macky gave an address in the School of Aits Hall, Casino, the building being crammed. Rev'. C. F. Seymour (C.E.) occupied the chair, there being also on the plat form Rev. C. M'C. Barker (Methodist) and Rev. J. Strang (Presbyterian). 1 The chairman, in a few appropriate words, explained the object of the- rev. lecturer's visit, and then introduced him to the audience. Rev. Dill-Macky, who was received with applause, thanked the chairman fur his kindly words. In the first place, he desired to explain the reason why tho Australian Protestant Defence Associa tion, which he was there to advocate, came into existence. He was an .Orange man — (applause)- and had been one al most since he landed in the colony. Strange to say, he. was not an Orangeman when he was in the North of Ireland, but he explained this hy informing his hearers that he belonged to the Prentice Hoys' Association, which was a twin brother of the Oratnje...

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