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POET'S CORNER. STEADFAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
POET'S OOKNEIt. ? ......... ? U*i«. STEADFAST. Tiiry say that Jack is very poor, That I might bettor wed, That I- have charms and status which Might marry wealth instead : But ah ! the world without forgets That I've a world within, A heart where love must have a place Which love alone must win. Why should I starve my soul and leave My worthier self to die, Or only trend those desert ways Where love's dead ashes lie ! I've lived, and, living, I will love ; And, loving, I'll inspire ; I'll show that woman's heart can light In mail a living tire. To my Jack I'll aye he true, Though poor he now may be ; For a strong heart und will like his Must win prosperity. It take* a man to steer life's craft, Unaided and alone, But weaklings born to wealth arid ease Oft weep o'er riches gone. I may have beauty, but I'm not A human butterfly, Nor a frail uioth which plays at eve The burning candle ni-jh. One' thing I glory in — 'tis this, ? ' That I'm my Jack's chief pride, Waiting in steadfast tru...
Meteorological Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Meteorological Information. The following are the observation* of emperature and rainfall in Casino, taken by tho Telegraph Master at !) a.m. caeli day, for tho week ended January 8th : — ; gay Friday, Jan. 2 107' ] 72* j O'OO Saturd'y, Jan. 3 101 '5 1 71' 0;(H) Sunday, Jan. 4i H5* | 85' I 0*00 ' M(-nday, Jan. 5 115* | , 79'5 i 0*00 Tuesday, Jan. fi; 1C6' 73' ! O'OO Weilnes., Jan. 7; 100' ! 73' : 0'00 Thursd'y, Jan. S| 104- j 00' ! O'OO ' Average ? 107 *78 73'35 . Total rainfall ? ? ? 0 00
Germany and the Monroe Doctrine. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
iftermaiiy atul tlic Jlonrne Doctrine. The situation of the United States navy at the' present time is such as well deserves consideration (says the 'Army and Navy Gazette'). It must, be regarded in its relation to the strong spirit of 'Imperialism' which is now so loudly expressed beyond the Atlantic, and to the insistence with ?which the Monroe doctrine is pro claimed by President Roosevelt. The force now consists of three cruisers and a gunboat, and the commodore is to be succeeded by a rear-admiral. The 'Army and Navy Journal' de scribes the squadron as a visible re presentative of aggressive ideas and . purposes, and says that its presence cannot be ignored. Germany is mak ing vast strides in South America, ?where her cognising enterpiise has. proved successful, and she has de veloped very large trade interests in Brazil, Venezuela, Columbia, and other South American Republics. In Rio Grande do Sul, the southermost State of Brazil, she has established a colony of more than 200,...
Fire Trap in a Chicago Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Fire Trap iua Chicago Hotel. 'A im:&patoh from Chicago, dated the 4th December, reports: — Fourteen men met death by suffocation this inoming iu a fire which occurred in . ! the Lincoln Hotel, 167 Madison-street. v'vvATbirteen of those who lost their lives ?were suffocated while lying in their beds. One was taken from the buikl iug before life was extinct, but died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Coroner I'raefer. after in specting the building, united with Fire Chief Musliam iu declaring that the building was a veritable trap and liever'built*for hotel purposes: Chief JVIushain declared that there were such wide cracks in the floors that the smoke poured through the building in clouds, rendering escape extremely difficult for those persons on the ?upper floors. There was no fire escape on the front of the building, although there was one in progress ^of construction. The scaffolding was up, and from it dangled several ropes, down which a number ot people blid t...
Interesting statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
laitefesJi.sy: a if alibis cs. j-K- - pi- 'W 'i;':-' .V ? ' Sojii-;- interesting, tacts - as ; to; the growth.-: of the world's 'p'opulanon in the last. century. \ were7 given by'' Major P. G. ;Graigte,v.O.H;; 'iu h:s -iiiau^ural address as presideut ot the Roval Siatistical Society. .In seventy years, he said; : I lie;-; population ol - England ? showed, a 1 growth; of 132 per cent.' ? .Two great . Brtipires alone - — Grea t: Britain and Chma^-now accounted for something like -half the population of the world. Between thorn they, com prised a multitude as great as. the world held'a century ago— 800,U00,000 soi.i!s. The subjects of King Ed ward slightly: out-numbered those of the Empire of China, and, by a long way, third came. the Empire ot the Czar. L'jtt.y years'* ago ' the . income tax1 ' assessments showed^a total of :£300,00oV-)00. 'In 190l thsy amounted, to ;;Crf.53,OOy, 000- House, property had rgrown proportion^ ately.,- -; The. 'home liatioir-:, still grew aud strengthened...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. - Following are the wholesale quotations iu Sussex-street, Sydney Wheat: N. S. Wales, on country railway stations, Us per bushel ; South Australian, new, 5s 2Ad to 5s 3d f.o.b. Port Adelaide. Flour: N. S. Wales, best roller, £12 per ton; ordinary brands, £11 15s ; Manitoba, oil spot, £12 15s ; to arrive, small lots, £12 10s. Maize : River grain, 4s 9d to 5s ; prime, 5s 3d per bushel southern grain, choice, 5s4dto5sGd; Argentine, 4s Od to 4s yd ; Island, to 5s. Brail, Is .'id to Is Od per bushel. Pollard, Is 9Ad to Is lOd per bushel. Chickwheat : Local, 5s Od to 5a lOd per bushel ; New Zealand, 5s 0-l. Barley : Prime feed, to 4s 3d per bushel. Oats : Tasmanian, 3s 7d to Ha 8d ; prime, 3s lOd ; New Zealand, prime, to 3s lid; good, to 3s 9d ; inferior, to 3s Od per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local (in bundles), prime, £7 10s to £8 per ton ; medium, £7 ; inferior, to £5; South Australian, derrick bales, £6. Lucerne Hay.,: Hunter River, wharf price, choice green, £4 10s ; ...
The Gratitude OF A CASINO CITIZEN HEARTHY EXPRESSED FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
^'T3h» WratitissJe Of a Casino Citi/.e:; Tri:AiiTiiA'. IiiXi'iii;ssuD ^ ron tiie Public Oooo. , .J; \Gn.ATiTl'l-i3,-,S!iys :iin -old; writor;«.^',)is'.tlio inusiovof i tlio heai't^whon:! its^chords are;. swcpt.,Uy lfiudne.s«t huill'fc string i has been;- toiiehwl ,inj; Casino . under -; pist rucIi ou'ounistnnGus as ? thuso'sumiundmg the ciise of Mrsi^Snnpkinsji (mil niaiiy^uv, they whoso . gnifcitudo?; is; so; groat ';tliat it: description ? iii -;woi'dsw fai]s^ : because- eoltl: print cuunot; express Ueolmus; .v ftlrs. JL). isinipkuiH, who 'resides; at; tin: 'comer- of: North and.AValker strectsjvCasmo^grato-. fully ?aoknowludges :. benefit ? frfinvv- tlio : 'Tattle Conqiieini ' in i tlio follouin wolds — 'I n illy* do belie\e Doni's Backache ilvulney.1 J?illtr». t«i-- bo: ;-a%vgiiuid remedy -for kidney: coiiiplaint,v they are; really . splendid..; Many years ago I- in jured in v buck ;hy ; a fall, ? and ever since then , 'I -, -have . siiflored. from -a- weakness right across the ...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
CQM\r;ERCI A L JSEWS. local 'Prices current. Jl» it. Kxprctfif Olliec, Thuruday. Koiiti6\V'!.N,a arc the quotations for farm and dairy proliuco rating in Ciwino to-day;— ' WUOLK8ALK. ItHTAIL. ?' . . £ 8 D '.£80 Maize, per bualiul .. 0 5 0 0 0 6 Chaff, perewt.. .. 0, 0 0; 010-0 . . Hay, uaton, pur ton . . 0 0; 0 ; -.010.0. Oats, )ior bushel .. ;0 ;4 (i 0 0.0 *:£tfgtfj'|)er.-loss4ti -r..-0 1 1 0 .1 . TJuttcr, local factory. ; .0 '0 10 0 1 Oi liuttcr, dairy .. .. 0 0 b 0 0 10 ? — A- — — ? ?
The Cost of an Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
1 s ite «-S'asi OinIci'. : vt AoooBDiNO : to i.'iiicable message from . Lond«ai,j, published! :in ;the- NW^-York b;'n,'' .althoiigh ,;Li-rd .Robert-t has had .:co.iiferi;ed;ou;-: linn the Ordeivuf Kmght of the .Gai-ieiv.lie.d. es as y- fc not pnjoy tile full benefits-: of knighthood, beciiuse ho :has;civ.fused to - pay: the fees exacted by l.the.'-coiirti'vofhcials'iipou the li.itiation of individuals' who ' were about to - recoivo Roval favour. ;!',Tho;;suiu demanded for l.be- acceptance of the King's gift is £1000 /riiis sum, Lord Roberts argues, should bo i pai.l by ihe.-. Goveriiiuent. if by anybody. 1 He did not seek the decoration. It was given hi hi in in partial recognitipn of his ;sei vices iii South -Africa, and ho. do.-s not consider, it: fun-. th»i what was nominally a i owardr should m reality be a heavy tax on -,his;;pi-ivate purse. Tho matter lias beeiiiinidt.-uiiock for several months, and is , likely uto reinain so, as far as Lord R^liei-r,s is concerned. [If not pr...
BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
i : 'RRISliANlS MARKET PRICES. FotifcqwiNO were the wholesale prices in Brisbanc'on Tuesday :— Maize :: Argentine, to 4s 6(1 per bushel. lirah; £7 5s to £7 10s per ton ; pollard, £9 as to £9 10&. ChAif VQiteri,Vpri|iie, to £5 10s per ton. Hay : Oaten,, hydraulic, £8 per ton. Potatoes : Kuglisli, 13s per owt. Hams : Pineapple, .Is Id to Is 2d ; Mild Cure, Is ld'per ib. Bacon. : . Pineapple, flitches, 13d per lb ;? Mild Cure, flitches, 13d, and side3 14(1.. Eggs, to lOAd per dozen. Butter : Local, factory, lOil to lid per lb ; southern, lOA'd to lid. Cheese: N.Z., medium and large, lOJcl per lb ;. Victorian -Oil to 9Ail. Fat Cattle. — At Homebush, on Monday last, upwards of 928 head of cattle wore yarded, representing 41 consignors, chielly from the southern districts, with odd drafts from tho north and west. Tho yardings mainly comprised good, ? useful, trade b*3ef, with a fair representation of prime bullocks ; about 300 cows and heifers, including a sprinkling of prime ; a ...
A Wife Brater Punished. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
A'.WiSi ISmtcr I'liuisliKih I-?). Ayi.-Ahn Centml.. 'Pohcu Court, Sydney, on,. Friday last , ? 1 ieforo. Mr . Wilsh in-, S. ftl., Alexander Bodm. ;.3(-, harbor, was charged .?» itjt jissaiiltiu'.1: his wife.. The prosecutrix .-appeared in coiii't with her head swathed (.im. baifdaiiok, and- informed the Bench that slio lia'd. severe bruiseson hor body; ' Ho had; been drmkiug,' continued prosceu tiix^-.^andM)ii...Tlv iisday; afior lyimj down forc'a\inii-.%'fho-,g-):;'iiip,tand'. asked for food. [ said I didvjivt, kmivv. how ho could ox ncct me to siqiply. hnii-. wi h; food if ho did not: work; I work -invsolf:'.' Mi Uilsluu Weil, what hippened thou 1 1 1 tMfe^Tcat'-ino. witli-a sliovol; He knocks ?'?-o about with miii Ytlium lie' cairget his ?hands on. -':d]o also struck mo on the head ? ft ith-a cliau-.i I wein ? to tho hospital aud hadktenj'stitehcsi iiut.-into the wound in .my; head, .caused by the blow, jj .Did.he.evor assaiilt you beforo ^ i, Ye», ,I have been knocked about befo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
DYSPEPTIC - DEBILITY. A REMARKABLE CURE. Tho Case of Mrs. E. YEATMAN. ? - I , ' ? ? ??? . . (cr onu hepoiiter.) ?Everyone capalilo of forming, a judgment upon thu.maltui' will ruadily uibiiir. that, tho lepoi-lui-'s mno was well employed wlion he c'.imU-il the tollou 1111; 111 fotnnitioir from Mrs. JCiimia ^ calnv.n, shupkeeper, of iboalh- ? Btrcct, Granville, \vh.:so own words were : — ' I .was -no weary and weak after an at tack of influenza some e:g!-t veins hnek that I really tiioni^hc -I - was.- -sinking away.- ---Aly ' wcaUness was so in'otioaiieed' tliat: for-' two ? months I wasco lined'. to myljeil; 11 ml theio , is. no dnabt that I had 11 spell oC.ternh'e .. hardships. It was tin aneonimoa tiling for ? nie lo i»«rti any sleep, as 1113' '.brain wus so nu-' ?naturally active tliat.I couldxlo nothing bat-. ? 1 think and t.-ink till iiioniuig: and the worst i-.parb of it was that. my thonghls were' never :. 1 pleiisiinb iaies. 'J hero was always li on l-le I loonnng atiead 111...
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
Religions Scrviccs. Church (Jr England (Casino District)— January lltli, lir.it Sumlny after Epiphany, Wyan, 11 a.m. (Holy Communion). Mr. Alcock's at p.m.. Cadi no. at 7.30 p.m.; Monday, . 7ii n. 12th, Deep Creek (Mi'. K. -J. Robinson's) at 7.30 p.m. : Tuo.Hd.iy, .Jan. 13th, Clovasa (Church of England Guild) at 7.3!) p.m. ; Friday, Jan. 10th, Choir Practice. — Rev. C. K. Seymour. PRESBYTERIAN ClUTKCH OK AUSTRALIA — Sunday, January lltli, Coraki at 11 a.m., Tatham at 2.30 p.m., Casino at 7.30 p.m. ; Tuesday, Jan. I3th, Deep Creek (Mr. G. Sten mirk's) at 8 p.m. ; \Vedncnday, Jan. lltli. Deep Creek (Mr. A. Monro's at 8 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. IStli, Casino at II ii.m., Codringtoii at 3 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. John Strang. Methodist Church of Australasia — Sunday, Jan. 1 1 th, Casino at 7.30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Clovass at 2.30 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. (Covenant .Services) Monday, Jan. 12th, Coraki at 7.30 p.tii. ;? Tuesday, Jan. 13th. Bungawalhiu at 7.30 p.m. ; Wednesday, Jan. 14th,...
Motor Car and Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
TSotoi* €ar ami EEiiHiy. :' A .' Paris telognun on November 13 says Tho;,-; ' Temps-' tins iifternobn ? ?'states, that a letter has been received by theieditoiv tolling the following romantic story : - ?j -' The other .day;' says the writer, ' a fine motorcar, ;bearing no number, and ^containing four persons, of whom one ?was a lady, travelled along tho national ?road . between Paris and. Cherbourg Oil .arriving, at . Fontaine-la-Louvet the car stopped and, one of tho travellers got out and .placed a bullcy packet on the -steep .bank - of ?.'..llio river. » At this .nioinont; two workmen, returning home from ,.thoir day's ;.work, came ill sight, and thereupon ;the, .travellers. re-entered tho car, which' was driven rapidly away. 'Tho workmen, 011 examining., the' , packet, found'that it contained a newly born livUMualu-child,, the head resting on ?a pillow, to, wbiih/ivero r pinned 14 bank iiote3,-eacb of a thousand francs value, and a short -letter,' stating: 'Whoever, mail or woma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
It is rumoured (says tho ' Grip') that a special Bteamor will be placed in tho Brisbane-Northern Rivers trade this v month. Mrs. Cathorine M'Rfto, an old identity ' ^ of Warwick, died on Saturday last, as a result of the heat, aged 82 ; and ou dun day Mr. Edward Craig, another old resi dent, succumbed to the same cause, aged *??? . 60-years. : SuMMEH CoMPLAJKT is tho children's most dailgcrous enemy and tiie mother's most , dreaded foe. Immediate and proper- treat- merit iti ' always iieeeBsury. Chamberlain's ' CJtilic, Gliohjra, aud Diarrhoea Iiemody, given* according to directions, is tbe mtwt effectual remedy kuown. Evory household i t s should have a bottle at baud. Get itto.day. It may save u life. 1*. G. Crouch, Casiuo, flells it. ? — ' J
To Heaven Without a Fan. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
I To Heaven Without a Fan. 11r. Axdeksos tells a story of Miss Elsworthy, during one of his American tours. In the midst of something ap proaching the wreck of the ship in which the Company was travelling j from a northern port to New Orleans, j Anderson, rushing to the saloon to help the ladies, found Miss Elsworthy with her maid, both in an agony of fear which had cured their seasick ness. The perspiration was rolling down their faces. He assured them there was no danger. ' No danger ! No danger ! ' cried the actress, hys terically. 'Why, I can see the sky and sea through the ship's side. We are going down ; the heat is suf focating — oh, dear, oh, dear; we are going down, I tell you, and — and (looking everywhere around her) — my God, I have no fan ! '
The "Blane Mange Ministry." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
The 'Bhtiic Mange Ministry.' Sn: John Skb was recently indulging in a cheap and childish sneer at the expense of the paper that is most prominent in the Reform movement. A Reformer who overheard him re marked : ' Well, anyhow, it's straight talk makes the Ministry feel like blanc mange ! Ministers shiver when they are compelled fo contemplate the 'gathering wave of Reform that must ere long overwhelm them. Naturally they don't feel kindly disposed to wards those responsible for tbe wave.' The ' Blanc Mange Ministry ' would be a good uame for it. Certainly, it is as spineless as a blanc mange, as witness the latest mean whine: 'It wasn't the Government that forced the Railway Commissioners to in crease the wages list by £60,000 — it was the Parliament !' Let it go down in history as the ' Blanc Mange Ministry.' — ' Arrow.'
Newgate in the Olden Days [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903
.^etrsalc in tlic 1-IsJe:i a-a.r.s. j In the November number of Cas-, sell's Magazine,' Mr. Tighe Hopkins -tells the story of Newgate Prison, now ! in course of. demolition; It is a melan— i choly history. ; In spite of-Mrs. Fry, ?lie says, an; spite of all that. John How ard had.; done,, -in spite- of : the new .Pi-isoii'-i Society,-. and. 'the - reports of various committees -of -, the House of Lords and the HousG of Commons, ivewgare was in a ban way. The report ot -the two hrsj- inspec tor.s of prisons, Mr. William Crawford and. the : Rev;' Wlutworth5 Rfcssell, m ? l8.3.r--6, ,re,veals': an extraordinary con dition ot- affairs. - -The governor of the day, oue Mr. Cope; had his own notions ot:; the. . administration i of . a . prision; When the population under his : care was sinaller.-.tluMi .-usual; he shut, up one lialf ,ot thij^gaol .- aiid'crowded the prisoners ??''liito: 'tlitr other?! half. » As many, as four slept, on a rope mat un der, 'dirtv stable rugs,' and those who ...