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The Produce Market. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

' The Produce Market. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Monday. ~ Butter : To day butter advanced Id per lb, and is now quoted — Pasteurised Is lid ; best cienn:ry; Is Id ; factory, Is per lb.' Miti7e Northern rivers, new, 5s 3d per bushel ; Argentine, to 5s 2d. ?? -Eggs : Not t hern rivers, 15d to 'lGd per dozen. .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. ROSEHILL RACKS. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

[?] ROSE HILL RACES. Satuhday. February Stakes— Idolise 7-0, 1 ; Idler 9-0, 2 ; Prince Butler' 7-1 2, 3. Granville Stakes — Niebol 6-10, 1; Find Out 0-10, 2 ; Danny Mann 7-3, 3. N ursery Handicap — Airlocli ;? 9-5, ? 1 ; Roanoke (5-9, 2 ; Sholt. 7-2; 3. Flying Handicap—Royal King'; 10^10, 1 ; Tam O'Shanter'9-b, 2 ; Araxes I0-0J3. Rosehill Handicap— Blue Spec 6-12, 1 ; Marathon 6-7,2; Redeemed 7-10, 3. Parrarnafcta Mile— Contest 10-10, 1; Lanoline 8-7, 2 ; Ariana:8-7i 3. ; ; ? ? ;

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

-v ' ? ? : ? «»? ? : ? .. -- BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. (M' - . 4 ? . i Following wore the wholesale prices in r i ? 15i isbane on Friday : — Muze Argentiue, 4s lOd per bushel. Bran, £7 per ton; pollard, to £!). Chaff: O.iten, prime, £0 15s per ton. ^ ' ' 1 Potatoes : Victorian, j£G ; Circular Head, 485%? ; ? £7 5s per. ton. J-* Huns l'iueapple, Is to Is Id ; Mild Cure, v ? Is per lb. - ^ 'Bacon.: l'iucapple, flitches, 12.1 per lb ; ifi v - M)ld Cure, tlitehes, 12d, and sides 14d. Butter : Local, factory, to 12d per lb ; ?j.' southern, 12d to 12.W1. 1.. Cheese : Local, GAd to 7 Ad per lb. : -,...- Fat Cattlk. — At Honiebush, on Thursday list, il pu irds. of S3ij head of cattle were yarded, representing 43 consignors, fnnn the . south, north, and west, -with odil lots from - i ' local sources. Thcyardings included only a - ? moderate representation of prime bullocks, ?the bulk being medium, light, and rough , bullocks and steers, with 30 bulls; about -400co\V8 and heifers, chiefly mediu...

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

-iisi7.eltc IVotilicntioiiii. Tiie regulations under the Pastures; Protection Act, 15)02, arc published in a supplement to tho ' Gazette' of Feb.-' 18. It is notified that tlie tract of land hereunder mentioned is not available for settlement, and is revoked accordingly ; — : Witliin resumed area No. 709, county i f' Richmond, parish of Mongogarie, contain ing about (580 acres ;? notified* Nov. 2(i, '02. Reserve for water suimlv Within G. - N. Griffiths' annual lease,- No. 22, 878 — No. 35,099, county of Richmond, parish of Moiigog irie, containing an area of about 10 acres. It is notified that the following annual leases in tho Casino Land District have not been renewed, and the hind embraced therein has become vacant Crown lands available for the purposes of tlie Crown Lands Acts : — Leases No. 10194 niul 10195, J. Farley, each (540 acres, parish Pocupar ; No. 11329, Lance and others, 730 acres, p. Fairy Mount; No. 11348, J. C. Irving, 50 acres, p. Toinui; No. 11349, J.- C. Irving...

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

JQENTISTRY ! DENTISTRY Ip. g. iorley wade, : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : Bogs to inform the residents of Casino and district that ho continues the practico oft his Profession at his old address, Barker Stkkf.t, Casino, Next door to Crouch's Trado Palaee, wlioro «C IIIHJ uu tulBUli™ UiUIV. Extractions rendered absolutely painless by tho aid of Nitrous-Oxide Gas, Chloro form, or by the most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, and Cement, 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 made to fit tlio mouth better than ever. Also, the most modern stylo of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridgo Work, and Pivoting of Teeth on Natural Roots. Teeth Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to tlio Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may rely on receiving evory attention, combined with the best work mansh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Latest News. ? ^ ? ? ? ? ? ? [BY TELEGRAPH.] LON1JON, Sunivav. Mr. State . AttorneyrGeneral W iso, interviewed, described tho allegations concerning alleged Australian insolvoncy as a fantastic (Ileum. New South Wales borrowings, said Mr. Wise, had been heavy owing .to the purchase of £4,000,000 worth of wharf frontages, which had already shown a net profit of £200,000, after providing for a sinkr ing. fund. Australia's real asset was, ho said; tho Parliaments' power of taxation ; and Australians at present were the lightost taxed people in; tlio world. Federation, Mr. Wise stated, liacl in creased the New South Wales- revontio by over £1,000,000 per annum, which lie described as a very useful addition. A fire occurred at an hotel at Cedar Rapids, America, caused by the fusion of electric wires in tho basement. Many fell victims, including, delegates of tlie Young 'Men's Christian Associa tions, who were attending a conference.' Late it. Venezuelan vessels captured by the Allies are...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Way of Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

The H-ay of Trial. It does not say much for. the home charitableness of the people of Now South Wales that the response to the lists opened for the relief of- their fellow colonists brought to the verge of starvation by the effects of . the drought is slow and laboured. Pre vious appeals, made for other pur poses rot at our very doots, so to speak, resulted in large sums of money being collected — the Cotton -Famine, Indian Famine Relief, and tho Patriotic Fund affoiding instances of this. ? At the present time - lie hand of actual want is shown to press heav.ily upon our far- back settlers, and deaths from starvation have been reported, while women and children are known to be existing — it cannot be called living — on fare that in the more fa voured districts would not be given, to a dog or a blackfelloiv. The cry of anguish has been kept, back by those in want, whose spirit, of independence and hope, for a change in; the condi tions which brought about their dis tress prevented t...

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

£2500 New Drapery | QUF EXPiFEtiOll C)f BMC ^2500 New Drapery Being Slaughtered. . . _ m : r , v ^ Must toe Sold. . ' - S T I L JLj ; M U m m X N G;. ====;==== '™4- ^^1J*~'Trr*r*n'^''~'Tir'*~'D^'^TrM~^7'^~C~*~D^~~Tr~~~71^''T^~'lui l,' gi*T ~^ifi - w^jipw ^I^wi i y 'VJ'' — jy. . —y^P* ''j'' ?tjw' w^pii wgjy wjjw wgyi w^p' i^yir ^||M w^ai 'U' — n-qp-n~^y^~y 7 T'„ . , WW''. S:II C C E S S F U L B E C A , U; S E G E N UIN-E: ? ~Wi - 5 We Have Made It Genuine. ''''-t- The Public Have Made It Successful. . ? ^verjrtliiii^' Mu§t be Sold, Excepting*;' 7~tl^ and Fixtures. ' ' 11 ' J * 1 4 i -Heaps of Stuff yet to be Sold. ' fSj' ' PRINTS' & MUSLINS . ' ' - ?'.' \r~ CALICOES & SHEETINGS J SHIRTINGS & FLANNELETTES ? ^ ? ? ' ''' yy RIBBONS & LACI5S '?S^.jjij&^.i'- ?':? (j^5 PARASOLS & GLOVES- ? .- Send for one ofOur Price Lists. s MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING ' : MISN'S & HOYS' SHIRTS ' \ ':' FELT & STRAW HATS -. f?' V' r COLLARS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

| CLARKE'S B . *1 PILLS *vo warranted to euro, in cither sox, nil acquired or connitutional Discharues from tho Urinary Organs, Gravel, and Pains in _ the back. Freo from Mercury. Estab lished upwards of 30 years. lit boxes 4s Gd each, of all Chemists and Patov.t Medicine Vondbi's throughout :the World. Proprietors: Thk Lincoln and. Midland Counties Dnuo Company, Lincoln. England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

rnHJ^NOM'H CO A.ST STEAM NAV'I X GATION COMPANY, Limited. e'x'prbss Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. Til H E fast and powerful -1- Scre ,v Steamships ?; RAMORNIB & TOMKI Are now running a Bi-weekly. Service, leaviii' Sydney TUESDAY and SATUR DAY, 'and leaving 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 GO tons capacity, is lighted throughout with electricity; ventilating fans in the Saloon, mid all mordern improvements. The steamer ST. GEORGE leaving Sydney on Thursday will also make weekly trips t-- the River, calling at Newcastle coming N'oith. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tomki.St. George, or Ramornic-by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis mure, where Saloon plans may bo soon. It is specially requested that all coin-' nimiications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local Manager, at Coraki, who wil...

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 — 24 February 1903

COMMERCIAL jN EWS. I LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. - It. R. Exprcs* Oliico, Monday. FoIiLowinq nrc tlic quotations fur farm anil dairy produce ruling in Casino to-dny.-— ? Wllol.KSALK. IIktail. £ r n £80 Maize, per bushel ..03 9 0 5 0 Cliaff, per curt.. . .. 0 8 (i 0 9 0 Hay, oaten, per ton ..9 0 0 9 10 0 Oats, per buahol . . 0 4 G 0 5 0 ' . ' ' Ejfjfa, )-cr doz-n .. 0 0 10 0 1 0 Butter, local factory.. 0 10 0 12 Uutter, dairy .. .. 0 0 10 0 1 0

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

CflSIVaSiCAtL ME-tVS. Tho Wellington (N Z.) Corporation has.aoeeptud a tender for i.' 112,88+ for plant for tho establishnient of electric 1 tramways, The grocors' assistants in Sydney, ivho aro claiming increased wages and shorter ?hours, intend to appoal to the Arbitra tion Court. Whilo carrying a bag containing £28(- to pay factoiy wages a clerk of Dmiediii (N.Z.) was mnrdc-rously assaulted and robbed. A Sydney visitor has bcon arrested. - rjAVAMIHTmi'u T.IVWTp T-»Vfn no\»or Fnila it* give relief in all liver and kidney complaints. 1 ( r d'lle at all stores.*1 ? ' On a charge of stealing ^our iiiscuits, of tho viilno of a penny, Richard Brown, a porter of 20 yeurs' sorvico on tho railr ways, was lined at the City Court. Mel bourne, £10, in default levy and dis tress, or one month's imprisonment. Notice of appoal was given. ' . Letters recoived show that the distress in tho south-wostorn portion of tho State, duo to tho drought, is as acute as in tho north-west. isispoctoi'-Genora...

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

' ' ;THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION, WILL BE HELD ON THE SOCIETY'S GROUNDS, O SllffO, RICHMOND RIVE 11, „ —ON— ' Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, April 29th, 30th, & Hay 1st, 19Q3. ENTRIES CLOSE ON Saturday, 18th April, at 9 p.m., gPECIAL REGULATIONS. 1. 'The 'Exhibition (with the exception of tho pavilions, which will not bo opened till 2.30 p.m. tho first day), will bo opened . to tho public ou tlio first day. at' noon, and tho. following days at 10 a.m. Tho Exhibition will bo closed cach day at 5 p.m. 2. No exhibits shall be removed from thopavilions until the., third day, when they will' bo open for that putposo to exhibitors only, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All_ exhibitors having exhibits in tho pavilions must provide themselves' with Bpecial admission tickets, to bo obtained [ from tho Secretary. 3. Entries (except for sporting events, tho closing of which is specially adver tised), will close at 9 p.m. on Saturday, April. 13th, 1903. Late entries will bo received up ...

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

COMMITTEE MEETING. 1 After the busiuess of the annual . 1| meeting was disposed of, the now Com - mittee met for tho transaction of busi { ness. ' ( | Tho Secretary road a letter fi om „ ? f Messrs. Rand and Drew, ou behalf uf - ' | Gray, claiming that the starting niaehino J used by the Club was :tti infringement \yy* of their client's patent, and requesting an otter of settlement for past use of , | the machine. * f On H.o ,.c »r_ ,,.i I t by Mr. Carlton, tho consideration of the -, lottor was deferred till a later mooting of tho Committee. A letter was also road from Clnuios Brown, asking that tho disqualification imposed oh him in June last bo roniovtil. A motion, — ' That the lottor bo nut outertained,'' was moved by Mr. Carlton, seconded by Mr. Daly, and carried. ? It was decided to hold tho annual raco meotiug on tho 1st May. Tho Secretary was instructed to ad vertise a meeting of tho Committoo for to-morrow (Wednesday) evening. Tho mooting then adjourned. During 1902 tho Syd...

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Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Coraki. , . Tho wife of Mr. William Mills, .of Coraki, who was takeu to Lismore Hos pital last week, died in the institution early on Friday morning last, from an internal complaint. Mrs. .Mills (the 'R.R. Herald' says) had been confined to her bed for some considerable time, and though a groat suft'orer, bore up cheerfully to tho oiul. Her remains were brought to Coraki by the steamer i'lessoogui on .rriuay aneriioon, anu in terred in tho R.C. Cemetery on Saturday afternoon, Rev. Father Durnoy offici ating. The funeral was largely attended by friends, but a heavy shower which fell provented many from paying their last tributo of respect. The local Odd follows headed tho procession. De ceased leaves a husband aud largo fam ily, with whom much sympathy is felt iu their sad bereavement. On Tuesday last week Mr. Alfred Conroy, of Coraki, and Miss M. Bugden, daughter of Mr. P. Bugden, of Tomki, were united in wedlock. The niarriago took placo at Tatham, in tlio presonco ot a number of f...

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Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

ISallina Whilo swimming iu the Ballina Baths oil Wednesday afternoon Mr. John Thurgate met with a painful and some what serious accident. Iu diving off the spring board he struck his head ou the bottom, aud had to be assisted out of the water by several companions. Medical assistance was summoned, when it was found that Thurgate's back was severely injured, anu lie was immediately removed to his home. Oil Thursday his condition was somewhat serious, bnt yesterday we (Saturday's ' Beacon ') were informed that he was making much better progress towards recovery. On Wednesday night last, Father Fagan was entertained at a farewell' social in tho Australian Hall. Ninety five persons wore present, including visitors from all parts of the district, fully thirty going down by tho Captain T. Fenwick. Tho extraordinary rain which fell prevented many from attend ing. Mr. A. 11. Best presided, having the guest on his right, aud the Mayor and Rev. W. W. Watts (Presbyterian) on his left. In a ver...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Casino Jockey Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Cusiuo Jocltcy CluSp. f ANNUAL MEETING. The animal meotiug of members of the Casino Jockey Club was held at Stirgess' Commercial Hotel on Friday ovoning last, when the following were present : — Messrs. P. E. Balzer (clniir) R. A. Carlton, J. Mallon, A.' W. Ilea, If' Daly, E. Andrews, J. J. Franoy, L. E Copo, J. Grieve, and the Secrotary. An apology was read from the President, Mr. Tandy.. inn iuiiini.es vi wio iaso annual meet ing were read and confirmed, on tlio motion of Mr. Roa, secouded by Mr Franoy. c The Secretary then read the animal report aud balance' sheet, which wcro «« follows : — REPORT., Your Committee has much pleasure in submitting tho annual report and balanco sheet for the past year. As the Olnb liad a debit balance at the bank only i couple of years back, the credit balance of £45 8s 4d now in hand must ho consi dered very satisfactory. Two race meet ings wero bold during the year, on tlio 20th April aud 20th June respectively, and each meeting was very successfu...

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Casino-Lismore Railway Arbitration Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

l/'asiuo-Usmorc Railway Ar bitration Proceeding*. Since Wednesday last (says Saturday's 'Star') the Lismore Council. Chamber has boen occupied by various gentlemen engaged in the arbitration proceedings to detormine tho compensation to bo paid to tho owners of Tunstall, occupied by Miss Eckford, iu connection with tho resumptions. The arbitrators are Mr. J. B. M'Dougall, Casino, appointed by the claimant, Mr. Alex. Wilson, of Syd ney, appointed by the Crown, and Mr. J. H. Munro, of Grafton, has been chosen as umpire. --Mr.' Mocatta and Mr. Scholes aro counsel for tho claimant and Crown respectively. Tlio resumptions for thjs'railway lino took place about January of last yoar and wo are informed that nouo of the owners in this district through whoso land the railway runs, although claims havo been duly sent in, havo yet received an offer from the Crown As is well known the Works Department always contonds that by tho construction of tho Act no proceedings can. bo takon by any person ...

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Lismore Quarter Sessions. THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Lismore 4|ii;tvtcr Sessions. THIRD DAY-THURSDAY. acquitted. Jas. Thompson, John . Ramsay, -and Samuel Sampson, were arraigned charged that on September 29, at Wood burn, they did break and enter tho shop of Stephen Hill, and did steal one safe and certain b ioks to the value of £80. The jury retired for about 2i hours, aiid returned with a verdict of liot guilty, and accused were discharged. FOURTH DAY-FRIDAY. SENTENCES. Charles Hoskins, found guilty. of being found iu a building with iutent to com mit a felony, was sontencod to be kept in Grafton gaol with hard labour for a period of nine calendar mouths. His Honor added : I hopo you will take it to heart, and make up your mind wlion you come out to go and lead a decent life. Cyril James Smith, who was found guilty of larceny from a dwelling, was next called up. Accused was sentenced to 9 mouths in Grafton gaol, the sentenco to commence from the time of accused's incarceration, viz., four mouths ago, so that accused would have to s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903

Local and General News. Casino Show S^iikdolb.— With this issuo we publish tho R.R.A.H. and P. Society's schedule of prizes. The sched ule is printed on a separate sheet, and intending exhibitors and others should presorve the same for the purposo of reference. There will be ftirthor addi tions to the list of special prizes, but these will bo iucluded in the painphlat to be issued later oil. Painful Accident. — We are sorry to state that Mr. G. Loo, of South Casino, mot with a painful accident last week at. Simpson's sawmill. It appears he was engaged cutting firewood, when two of his fingers came in contact 'with the] saw, and were severely injtirod. 'JHie wounded fingers wore attended to by Dr. Rutherford, and we are pleased to say the patient is progressing as well as ! can be expocted. Sickness: — There is a deal of sickness hovering about of a more or loss serious nature, and our medical mon have their hands pretty full. Some are attacked with retching and vomiting, which cause...

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