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

An Infernal Machine. A telegram lias been received from Yalgoo, W. A., stating.tliat an explosion occurred while Mr. F. W. Lownes was opening a package addressed to him in the post-office. Mr. Lownes' arm was shattered, and the assistant in the post-office was severely burnt. Mr. Lownes states that the parcel, which contained gelig nite, was sent to him through the post by an unknown enemy. Later particulars state that Mr. Lownes, the victim of the Yalgoo out rage, is a well-known business man. The postmaster early on Friday morning last noticed an untidy-looking parcel, wrapped up loosely in a piece of the ' Sunday Times.' Unwrapping it, he found it contained a neat parcel, carefully sealed at both ends, and ad dressed to Lownes, in beautiful hand writing, apparently a lady's. The postmaster saw that the packet had been posted contrary to regulations, and was closely sealed against inspec tion, and only bore packet rate. He shook it close to his ear, and came to the conclusion that...

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 — 20 February 1903

|«e ♦o*©*©oo | Would You Like | I A Good Suit I I Of Clothes I I Made to Order for 42s ? 1 $ DROP A LINE TO I | The London Tailoring Depot, | ® 1 S 264, George Street, Sydney, $ I 'V7*0U will reseive by return mail a full range of Samplos and | § j[ Materials, a Measuring Tape, and a Simple Self-Measurement x ® Form, Positively Free. . ♦ 1 We IVIak^ Suits to Measure for 42s. | . § That Can't be Equalled in Your Town for 63s. I 2 We pay carriage to any part of New South Wales. We make to & 9 your measure and guarantee a perfect, fit. Satisfaction assured or ¥ 5 your money back. 2 ? ? — :o:— ? : — O J London Tailoring I^eppt, | § ' 264, GeorgeStreet, Corner Bond Street, Sidney; ' § CASINO ODDFELLOWS' ATHLETIC OI.UB.~~ -i»-ANNUAL 8PORT8-^- WILL BE HELD QN THE SHOW G-KOUWI3, CASIZffO, —ON— Easter Monday, 13th April* 1903 OFFICIALS : Judges: Messrs. J. Ghay & YV. Caknont. Startkk : Mr. E, Andrews. Referee : Mr. T. I'. Moylan. Assistant-Starter : Mr. J. Grieve. PRO G- E ^ ...

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 — 20 February 1903

dB25Q0 New Drapery Being Slaughtered. Our Expiration of Lease Sale STILL H U M M I N G. — -sfe- £2500 New Drapery Must be Sold. . —r SUCCESSFUL BEgAUSE GENUINE ; We Have Made It Genuine. / ? ?£= :: — The Public Have Made It Successful. Everything* Must be Sold, Excepting tire Four 'Walls and Fixtures. Heaps of Stuff yet to be Sold. PRINTS & AtUSLINS A CALICOES & SHEETINGS ) SHIRTINGS & FLANNELETTES '/ ? RIBBONS & LACES ^ PARASOLS -Sc GLOVES Send for one of Our Price Lists. MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING MEN'S & BOYS' SHIRTS ' ' FELT & STRAW HATS COLLARS & TIES TENTS & FLYS '' ' Prices Cut to the Core in : BOOTS & SHOES ' ' , STATIONERY, &c. ' , , WATER BAGS & FILTERS - If TIN TRUNKS & BASKETS V\ ' LINOLEUMS & FLOORCLOTHS ' - .- ? ^ at halSpje^je. ^ ?Am mAm mAm rtHbi fftra ~*^n. rrft» ?Am T~^r~ iWftw mftn itrAm — ^ — iflba ? Am i^^i» wifc— «Aw mAm mAm ?frw mAm mAm ilffbi ?irfifLw ....

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Acacia Creck Timber Supplies. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Acacia Creek Timber /Supplies. The Warwick corresponcldnt of the 'Courier' writes: — Up till quite re cently tho building trade in the War wick district boomed along, nnd builders and cabinet-makers experienced great difficulty in purchasing suitable timbers. Induced by this healthy activity in tlia timber trade, three young men with capital and experience secured the cut ting right of about 10,000,000ft. of standing timber at Acacia Creok from the New South Wales Government, and in a short time bad a big mill erected and quickly worked up a large business connection.' Acacia .Creek is a pro gressive agricultural district, situated immediately over the border. Only about four miles froni'Killarney, it was inevitable the whole of tho trade from this district should come to Queensland and on account of its proximity to the Killarney railway station, audits wealth of good timber, it was chosen as the most suitable district fo'r the timber business. Logs are conveyed to the mills there ...

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 — 20 February 1903

| ' INES ^SELECTE ' ' ^ ^^5=^55;,. Look at This I JT\ DRINK & ENJOY / I. ISRAEL'S V. „ i'/ /f£- 9^3 \\ 0 large bottle's of Ale or Porter S y0lQ.6Yl iylD W-i bottles of Whisky (John Dunn's) I ^ ~~ 111 bottle of 0. P. Rum 1 0 qo 1 1 1 1- bottle Brandy (Joshua Bros.) I » ^eylOn jg' botilcs of Special Port. HI. \\ WWMS ====== B SugaR— Co. : 's No. 1 or I. C., 701b \\ 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 per lb. // bag, 12s 8d \\ metjuri/'ucnv. sAstrzEs rosr rsEE. IB ^°' 3 or Light Brown, V\ ? : ? /£ 701b bag, lis 3d V\ Once Tried, Always Used. /J Samples Post Free. rniti miiiw ciiccrv Half-chest, 401bs, New Season's GOULBllRN and SUSSEX TEA, and a 701b bag SUGAR, STS., SYDNEY. 33s 101b .Caddy TEA and 70lb bag SUGAR, 20s CURRANTS -od lb, or 121bs 4s Od. RAISINS— 5Ad, or 121bs 5s 3d SALMON — Silver Pearl Salmon, just landed, splendid red fish, ;-s9d doz. Leader Brand, 5s (id doz. Salt Salmon, 3Ad lb by the cask, lUOlbs ; Salt Salmon, in brine, 71b tin 2s G(1 SARDINES, Small — 2s Gd and 2s 9d doz. Large ...

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 — 20 February 1903

A Citizen's Story, Told, by a Casino Citizen foii the Benefit -ov .Casino People. - The, greatest importance attached to / the. following is that it concerns a Casinu ? resident. Ib \vould . lose three-quarters of its interest- if it involved some resident of Bourke or; Albury. . Like all testimony which has appeared here, aud will follow, about Doah s Backache.' Kid ne v Pills, it comes fro.iii residents, felloiv-citizens, and Hj neighbours. No other remedy can show H such a record of home cures. Iiead tin's H case H |.. . Mr. John Hall, .Swanip-street, Casino, B says: — ' For a number, of years off ami H (in l lmye -heen a sufl'erer from kidney H trouble. The urine was. in a very bud gH state, being; high in colour and containing H| a lvddish sediment, but my back, just jn across the small of it, was by far the BH . worst, The pains wero 'terrible, in fact JH sometimes I could scarcely get about at H| all, .and as to stooping it was next to im- ?? possible. One day I was very bud,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Sugar Refining Process. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

New Sugar Refilling Process. j A new process for refining sugar is ? now, according to the ' Wall-street Journal;' under consideration of the . American Sugar Company. The process under whicli the Federal Sugar Refinery Company started to work is claimed by them to bo only a half-way process to syards the ultimate results, which tho American Sugar Company hopes to at tain, through the development of other substances than bone-black for the actual refining, process. Wo learn that the new mineral— barium— is beginning to per form a very important work- in the in dustrial world in the matter of cheapen ing processes, not o'niy of refining sugar, but also of refining other materials. In this mineral there is again brought about a peculiar composition through the en trance of. a. strong electric current through the mineral in combination with other substances, the heat develop ing a hydrate composition which is used in the refining of sugar and othor sub stances. This composition is prod...

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 — 20 February 1903

Why suffer from a cough or a cold when a few duaea of Cavanoihsu'h 1'l*lmi» io Balsam will euro you. Try it. Sold at all storci!,t

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casino Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Ca.shao BjumI* Office. The Mlo\yiii!» applications have been mude since last issue H. A. G. M'Koo, c.p. 100 acres ainl c.l. 30!) asros, comity Richmond, parish Doliie. John Mayuay, c.p. 2-K) acres und c.l. 320 acres, cnunl.y Runs, purisli Fuiryniount. Jauu-s C. Manifold, u.c.p. 250 acrcs, county Hons, parish Runnymude. , Ja-nos U. ilanifold, a.u.ps. Slii aud 291 acivs, county Rons, parish North Casino.

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 — 20 February 1903

Advertisements. \ 'TTt ANTED, a' GOOD GENERAL: - i'VV SERVANT ; 110 washing or ironing.' ? Apply Mrs. J. B. M'DOUGALL, Casino.: ^ TTTANTED-A Good GENERAL,', at r V V ? oncc. Apply to Mits. M'KELLATii1 Commercial Bank, Casino. ' . ; . ..y i' WANTED— A- Buj'er, iiiitiicciiatelyi 'for; 40 PIGS, Stores iiud- Breeders.',- C£ JOHNSON,' -Bonalbb. ? ; STRAYED, from Casino;;: about 3 ? weeks ago,. CHESTNUT ; ^ON.Y vMARE; branded W ,:nc'ar,jsh(Vulder- uvKcward on delivery to C. 'H. TlILIiY, Oasino. , TO' LET— A COTT AG E, .situated in Walkor-strecti,' Casino',- opposite the Public School, recently occupied. by Mi-. E. Daly.1 'For further particulars apply to S. J. S. BUTLER, Solicitor, Casmo.' QAUTfON TO TRESPASSERS. All Persona-, are heroby Cautioned agaiust interfering!. with Stock : or .Trespassing 011.' , Koreo.'.Lj'nch's, Greek./, Anyone so offend ing, will. be. Prosecutcd. ? - 'O. G LARKIN, Q ASINO JOCKEY C L U B, | The ANNUAL GENERAL MEI5TING: of Membevs of the above Club will be hold'...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

Loijat, OnioN Vote. — In reply to a circular from the Attorney-Gonoral, ro taking the local option vote, the Brough ton Valo Council has roquested to bo oxompted on account of many reasons, among which aro ' that there are no hotels in tho Municipality, never wore,' and nevor likely to bo,' and 011 that ac-' count no object could possibly be served, by taking the vote. A Straight- out Challenge. — Speak- ing at Pnddington, on Monday ni^lib, Mr. D. Storey, M.L.A., said that Sir John See had recently'challenged tho correct ness of his statements 011 the financial position of the State. lie (Mr. Storey) invited the Preifiier to let a committee, ' consisting of the chairmen of tho Bank' of N.S W. and the Commercial Bank of Sydliey and Mr. F. N.' Yarwo'od (the committee that had tieen appointed by the Lyno-See Government to investigate Mr. Raid's system of finance), judgo be' tween them as to who was light. If he is j adjudged to be wrong, Mr. Storey states, lie is willing to give 50gs :...

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 — 20 February 1903

^^m^OLD & youno^SL the vigour and buoyancy of health are secured by the tlmely^^EftffiPf regular use of Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup — a natural ?«S M tonic and blood purifier compounded of fruits, roots and herbs. I siiiPJr ^ tones the liver, regulates the bowels, promotes the thorough digestion of food and thus sustains and nourishes both braiu and body with an abundact flow of pure rich blood. fSEIGEL'S I /|3| 'Six years ago,' says Mr.T. Martin, W Iplr Hyllf^ BjpaL of 91, Brougham St., Sydney, N.S.W., ® ® TaS*' © 'I began to suffer from quite a complication of complaints. I wa5 kQth bilious and dyspeptic, and suffered excruciating agony dSl&Sk 'n fcack* - One doctor told me I was suffering from dyspepsia ^Agil.and enlargement of the liver, but his treatment failed to cure me, and not until I used Mother Seigel's Syrup and Plasters d^ * ^nc' Permanent relief, ^continued with the remedies^^^^^ nine weeks, by which time I was permanently Boots & ' ) r ? ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 February 1903

jvkwx. Sub Followed Him.-— Early in No vember Gabriel Katona, an aged inhab itant of Dobreczon, Austria, lay on his deathbed. A few hours before his death he palled his wife to liiin, and, in the presence of tho family and the servants, said to her : ' I dreamt that you will fol low mo into the grave forty (lavs hence.' {j ..... ? Katona died and was buried. His wife | ! was disconsolate, became despondent, ?5 : 1 and continually said that her late hus |.,v! band's droam was going to coine true. At last, pining away, slio died 011 De ji!i| cember 14, the fortieth day after her I *| husband's death. |f.f. ?? I'll Have Another — In respect to Ire : ? . Australian Bushmen's peculiar thirst, there is :i story told of a mvaginan who te:. . i wandered into a pub at Wilcannia and - ? ordered a drink. Meanwhile something ' drew him to the window, and when he |*k - .?/.* . returned, seeing a pot of something im tlicjjounter, he drained it off. When the ; - publican returned he said : ' I say...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fatal Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

1 ? ? ?* ? ? ? Fatal Bixpcrimcut. Thk insane theories of an inventor have lead to his tragic and mysterious death. Albert Quelle, of Meudon, near Paris, atone time possessed an in dependent fortune, and spent- his leisure in scientific research, his favourite study being, spiritualism and occult science (says the ' Daily Mail's,' PaVis correspondent). So ardently did lie apply himself to the quest of the nu known, that his intellect became un hinged,' and lie imagined himself per secuted by an astral spirit. To de fend himself against the insults of his /invisible enemy, Guile constructed a. curious metal apparatus, something the helmet worn by divers under water. His first helmet, made two years, ago, did not give him satisfac tion, and since then lie had been at work 011 another, which, he was to test for the first time last Wednesday. He wrote to a medical man in Paris, asking him to be present at the trial, but the doctor requested the inventor to postpone the trial until Decemb...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes by "Bushman" SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Motes by '? ESBisluisaij ' AKKSl'EARK. I j'A Ql'ui atiox from Shakespeare - would stagger my friend. up Stratli edtn «uj,' iays Mr. Hnrper in Ihe teiiif6 of ln^ latest ' liaggis' or minee inutton ni d lievb stew. I had intend : ? ed to let Ins undue spread of cniu-nra - sail to its own destruction. However, ?? L'ttr oifiKu ivlum nno flnocn'f, tfipni +n l^o looking, will slew the most tranquil - i man. Anyhow, I never enjoyed ' tlie ; - pranks of foolhardy individuals who ? place lacks ? wrong end up in the seat ? of one's chair for the purpose of feel 1 itlg big under a big laugh at the other sk;..-. fellow's expense. -Were the object a 1 ' dlesiro. to ascertain which of the senses \ is llicmost sensitive, one could suffer llie pointed end of the tack and also enjoy, the ioke. When, however, Mr. Harper1 tries to look big at the ex pense -.of-, country people in general, one's ipb. seems to move along — like ? ill ? M..W- ti.ur un » iiAiuiit riiui i. juiv ing ' heard it said that Ari...

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 — 24 February 1903

W E NOTICE! NOTICE ! ! j| *P, .Mo& bC dtawftl ', aggg^ ''f^ir ^v' J -a 5:riql8- 1i$fe£|' :-di'V ?' ''P''!-— =,-.1':--'Jr''' ,0- ? ? I I . ' ? ? . I . . . , , ? ' - , ' - ' . ? ? .. ,. „-.*;, --.JJ.O!. ^..Aj-MiV;- ,^.A-. . 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£©cur 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 :G/Omers 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 counter, or by neglecting to observe the SIGNS OF THE TIMES. ?'??. . ? ? WHEN YOU ARE FULLY CONVINCED THAT CLEARING OUT SALES ARE A DELUSION, ? That CHEAPNESS divided from Quality is a snare to catch the unthinking,...

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 — 24 February 1903

There are no less than 4000 applicants, for the examination to' be held at Easter fot ail mission into the general division of tho Commonwealth Public Service. . Tho lists of applicants aro nob yok c()in|-luto,. urnl every mail brings fresh ftjiplicutioiiH.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

? ? ? v'; The Caulfield Cup winner Lieutenant Bill has been sold to go to India. Major Taylor, the champion cyclist, - has boen engaged to appear in Sydney ?again in March. He has now recovered , from his. rocent illness. ? .. . ? ' Iraiiroo, who a few years back carried S'. Miller's colours, and was a crack hurdle racer, was sold at Kirk's bazaar 011 Thursday last, for 30s. Wallsend Jockey Club distributed £2285 in prizes last year, and then made, u profit of £900. It is now proposed to expend £1400 in improvements. The trotting match between the Now South Wiiles champion, Fritz, and the New Zealand champiou, llibbonwood, has boen decided upon at last. The conditions aro for £500 a-side, one mile, to be trotted on the track of the Canter bury Metropolitan Trotting Club, at Oliristcliurch, New Zealand, - during Easter week. The record for tho mile is 2min. 13 2-osoes. The progeny of tho famous stallion Bend Or. won 110 less than £171,582 in stakes alone. Bend Or' went to the stud at...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Following arc tho wholesale quotations * in Sussex -street, Sydney : — Wheat : Prime mil ling. (Jd 2d to Gs 3il per bushel ; Californinn, 5s KM. Flour : Sydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, oil spot in Sydney, £13 as to £13 10s. Maize: Local, new, 5s -Id to os Gil per bushel; Argentine, os. small parcels, us 2d. Bran, Is 4d per bushel. Pollard, Is Sd per bushel. Chickwheat : Local, to 5a lOd per bushel ; Adelaide, 5s lO.Jd to as I Id. Barley : Prime feed, to 4s 7d per bushel. , O.its: Tasnianian, fijed, 3s to 3s2d ; prime, 3s .id; New Zealand, prime, 3* 3d; good, to Js 2d ; inferior, 2s Oil per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local, prime, £(i los to £7; per ton; medium, to £6; inferior, to £1 15a; Victorian, prime manger, £7 ; dcrrick, £6. Lucerne Hay : Hunter River, wharf price, prune, £5 ; good, £1 12s 6d ; other varieties, ±4 15a ; Railway, small'balcs, choice. £5 5a to £5 103 ; medium, £4 10a to £4 13s; trusses, prime, to £5; medium, to £4 10-i ; large bales,...

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V.A.T.C RACES. CAULFIELD—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

V.A.T.C. RACES. Oaclfield — Saturday. Futurity SStakes — Sir' LeonaVcl',;''l-f' Chant less 2, Wakeful 3.

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