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The Prevention of Cancer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903
The IM'crciitioii ot'l'aiiccr. Thh Coats familyhave given £K),U(.HJ bet-ween them to the Cancer Research Scheme, London; One cheque for £5000 was received from Lady Glen Coats, of Ferguslie Park, Paisley, who for a long time past, has been desirous of assisting in starting a scheme for the investigation of the nature, cause and ureventinn nf piim-no «?.*) ,..i.n was one of the 18 who signed a letter of appeal which was published in the 'Times' of April 25, to give £50U0 towards the ftuul providing 13 others would give a like sum before the Coronation'— brought her influence to bear upon tlie several members of her husband's family, with the result that she succeeded in collecting £50U0. Towards this amount- Sir Thonins Glen-Coats contributed £1000, and Lady Glen-Coats herself £220. The .further donation of £5000, subscribed in equal shares by Mr. Archibald Coats, Mr. Peter Coats, and .111'. Daniel Coats, was received through Dr. Fraser, of Paisley. A few more contributions of a simi...
News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903
News of the District, ? Limmori;. A MEETINU of persons favourable to a presentation being niado to Miss _Man ning, Matron of tho ' Hospital, will bo held at the Chamber of Commerce, Lis moro, to-day (Tuesday), at half-past 4 o'clock. Tho Lismoro Chamber of Commerce lias (says the 'Star'), tnrough the member, brought under the notice of tho Deportment of Public Health the necessity for precautions to prevent the spread of plague hero from Brisbane. Tho Hoard informs Mr. Coleman that this is being douo. On tho night after the last municipal election, or tho following one, the Clerk's office at the Council Chambers was on torod and an attempt made on the safe, which was relinquished after breaking off tho handle of the door. Possibly the burglars were disturbed or got scared. Theygot nothing, but missed a little cash and some valuables which wore under their hand and not locked up. The fact is mentioned (says the ' Star ') to warn peoplo of the presence of thieves with a hankering for ...
Deaf and Dumb Man Speaks! [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903
| ami Dumb 'Man Speaks! An elderly man, Edward Beanes, was sentenced to three' months' im prisonment in Wilcannia Gaol, at the local court 011 Tuesday, ..for vagrancy. Beanes arrived 011 the field a few days ago, and pretended to be deaf and dumb. By presenting a card applying lor help for bis wife and two children, lie collected a sum ot money from dif ferent people. Early on Saturday morning week Constable Moran found the supposed dumb man huddled up 011 a rubbish heap. On being awakened, the man mistook the constable, and swore lustily at him for- being dis turbed. When taken to the police station Beanes confessed that Moran was the tirst man he had spoken to for lo years, having feigned dumbness during that time. Beginning a career at Bendigo, he had travelled .through all the States,, soliciting money, and pretending to .be a Freemason. ? At one time in Sydney he had induced a former State Governor to give £'20. He had recently Come fi oni Sydney, and canvassed every town west ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 February 1903
i'lTItt ANtt 1*4)1 XT. Summer back again. 1 ' Casino Show schcdulo issued. . Help tho Drought Relief Fund. Coraki special prizes advertised. Sir W. J. Lyne had a mixed reception in Sydney. Coraki Show (one day only) on Friday, 6th March. Entries for Coraki Show closo next Saturday. Tho typhoid at Coonamble must be of a mild type. The steamer Wakatipu *has boen successfully ro-floated Mr. G. M. Wade, dentist, visits Coraki on Thursday next. Tho typhoid outbreak at Coonamble has been traced to tho milk supply. ' A retired, grazier is reported to bo sufforing from leprosy at Burwood. Tho Premier leaves for Now Zealand on March 2- and will bo absent . for three weeks. ; An Englishwoman has been elocted a justice of the peace ill Wyoming, Unitod States. . An Italian mother, in tho course of 19 years or married lire, nas giveu oirin do 02 children. A city, firm has boon fined for selling raspberry syrup which did not. contain tho proper ingredients. Some splendid well bred horsos will bo ...
Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Lismore. I A cow entered one of the Woodlark- ||| street barbor shops on Monday, records ||| the 'Star.' |& Statistics show that tho town of Graf- W& ton has increased by 304 people in 25 i|i years. Lismore district has increased 111 7529 iu population in tho same period, and Ballina 3944. — ' Star.' ill The Richmond River district has in creased during the last 25 years from a population of 5740 to 30,889. At the annual meeting of tho Manilla Town Band, on the 13th instant, Mr. A. E. Sutton (formerly of Lismore) was the' recipiont of a cheque and silver mounted, pipe and gold sleeve links, in recognition of his worthy and generous service as bandmaster. An old district identity, in the person of Mr.. H. J. Woolloy, diod on Wednes day last week. ? A .branch of tho Drought Relief Fund is being opened in Lismore. Those who tied in guessing the weight of the fat boast at Lismore Show will draw lots for tho prize (a sewing machine) to-morrow (Saturday). An 18 carat gold ...
Drake [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Drake. 1 Feb. 24th. — Widespread will be the regret at the death of Miss Eliza Ware, on tho 23rd instant, at her birthplaco, 'Oak Hollow.' She wras tho daughter of Mrs. J. Hynes, and was widely ro tated in Grafton and 'Tenterfield. Hor illness was very short— just a week — and until Friday her condition was not considered to bo dangerous. However, on Dr. Crommelin's arrival during the night, he took a serious view of tho case, declaring it to be malignant scarlatina. A professional nurse was immediately telegraphed for, but the patient con tinued to sink, and on Monday evening sweet ' Vei' Ware was lying still in death. A very large funeral followed her remains on Tuesday. Two fresh scarlatina cases have broken out. And we are still doctorless ! The Church of England social on Fri day night was an undoubted success. Mr. Bassetti, of Lionsville, kindly lent his services, which was quite sufficient in itself to ensure a good time.
News of the District. Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
News of the District, Kyogle. (from our correspondent.) Monday, Feb. 23.— There is still tho same old tale to chronicle — hot and dry weather and no sign of rain. Crops cannot hold out much longer ; the maize is just tasselling. Mr. R. Waltois held his first sale on Saturday last, and got through a fair number of stock at good prices. Theso saleyards will no doubt be tho bost on the river, situated as they are m tho centro of pastoral holdings, and possess ing every convenience. Mr. J. Trihey, tho other day, pur chased from the Wyangario Company a thcee-yeur-old Uabba-Agatha filly for £50, for a Queensland client, and also a browii Uabba-Elinor filly from Mr. Jas. Felton, at a good figure. There is a big demand in Queensland for Uabba stock. Mr. Andrew Campbell recently bought from Mr. J. Reid 12 Jersey heifers at a good figure. Mr. Campbell has a good opinion of the Jersey strain, and at pre sent he has ono of the best dairy herds in the district. We are to havo another blacksmith,...
Diversity of the Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Diversity of tlie Law. Thk strong arm of . the law was called upon in Melbourne recently to do its duty in trt-o diverse cases, in the first, a typical Weary Willie,' too tired to work, had called twice at the Royal Park police station and asked to be . locked up. His requests were re fused, despite his plea that lie would ouuiier ut? iu gnui. xiowever, lie re turned a third time, and being again refused admittance to the gaol, went into the street outside aud lustily bawled ' Police, police.' He was then locked up, and received 12 months' imprisonment for vagrancy. I11 tbe second case, Henry Nelson, in dock at tlio Criminal Court, when asked if he had anything to say why sentence should not be passed upon him for larceny, explained that he was now serving 12 months for doing nothing. He had been convicted 011 a charge of vagrancy and given a year's imprison ment. Nelson asked, with pathetic despondency, ' What is a man to do? 1^ can't get work, aud if I solicit alms I'm locked up. ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
fl'ITBI AXI- POINT. Nice rain. Died — Ping Pong. Chamberlain returning. Mosquitoes becoming active. Newmarket Handicap to-morrow. Coraki Show entries close to-morrow. A fire destroyed four shops at Forbes on Tuosday. ^lUULJlUt UUilLlI 111 l^UOMIU typhoid fever. The Tenterfield Chilled Meat Co. is to bo wound up. Bring £4 to Crouch's sale, and take £5 worth of goods.— 0. Immediate steps should be' taken to find tho cause of typhoid in Casino. The death is announced of Miss Kate Vaughan, tho popular actress and dancer. Meeting of the committee of Casino Hospital in the Town Hall, to-night (Friday). Chairs from 3s Oil, bedsteads from 22s Od each — Crouch's sale.— 0. An of fvnstfitra nr/irrpiillltnn fnf cnnrf.R flf. Casino on St. Patrick's Day is published in this issue. Three deaths occurred on Monday night amongst the typhoid patients at Coonamble. No Acting- Premier will fill Sir J. See's office while ho takes a holiday in New Zealand. A treat in store— the concert by pupils of the C...
Catholics in Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Catholics in Great Britain. According to the Roman Catholic official Ecclesiastical Year Book for 190ti, ? the 'Catholic Directory,' edited by »the Right Rev. Monsignor Canon. Johnson, U.D., of Archbishop's House, Westminster, and Chief Secre tary to Cardinal Vaughan, just pub lished .the total number of Roman .-Catholic Avehiepiscopal and Episcopal bees, /Vicariates, and Prefectures Apos tolic in the British Empire is 17-A. I11 England aud Wales there are tlie Metropolitan See of Westminster and fifteen Bishops of Suffragan Sees; in Scotland there are the Arehiepiscopal See of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, with four Suft'i agau Sees, and the Archbishop of Glasgow. OftlieooGS priests in Great Britain — an increase of 56 as compared with the previous year — 24-2-1 are of the secular clergy, and 1141 of the regular clergy. Tlie estimated Roman Catholic population ; of the United Kingdom is 5,2a0,0lK'; | that of the wlioleBritish Empire about \ 10,500,000.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Local and General News. Public Holiday. — In connection with tho Coraki Show, Friday next, Gth March, has been proclaimed a public holiday in tho Electoral District of The Richmond. Casino Police Court. — Before Mr. E. J. Pownall, J.P., on 'Wednesday last, John Rodgers was found guility of riot ous conduct, and finod 5s or two days' imprisonment. P. Grant, also charged with riotous conduct, was discharged. Jeremiah M'Carthy, for being drunk, was fined 5s, or two days' incarceration. Hospital Windfall. — Tho local Hos pital came in for a little windfall during the week to the extent of £2 It appears teamsters are in tho habit of putting their stock in some of the llunnymedo Station paddocks. Mr. Grooves, the manager, decided to keep watch, with the result that he caught an offender, and gave him the option of either going to court or paying the sum of £2 to the local Hospital. The latter course was adopted, aud Mr. Greeves has handed the amount, to the Secretary. During the week Mr. ...
Prevention of Cattle Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Prevention of €-ittle Stcaling Scarc'kly an issue of this paper takes place but what we. find in the adver tising columns rewards for the re covery of stolen stock. There can be no further proof than this that cattle stealing is rampant in our midst, and is so well carried out that there is but little chance of a conviction being made. It is well known that, this district is the home of professional cattle stealers,, who, too indolent to do .1111 lirmouk rlinr'c wni«L- m-u(-'ov lininri' nil ' tlie fruits of other people's toil. Of course we all know that such offenders some time or other meet their doom ; but perhaps not. before they have iii flicted wrong and serious loss on their fellow men. While strongly condemn ing the crime of cattle stealing, we must at the. same time'as strongly deprecate the want of unity existing among6t stock-owners generally. If ^societies were formed iu different centres for the prevention of cattle stealing, with substantial rewards offered on convic t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Tlio Federal Minister for Customs f - will visit Queensland next month, to be followed shortly liy Sir William Lyne. General Sir^E. Mutton lias recom mended tho 'Minister for Defoueo to purchase 5000 Leo-Enliold magazine ; / rifles of tho pattorn which did such good 'service in South Africa. ' j lne university ot ^(luiDurgn line conferred the decree of Doctor of Laws - upon Sir Henry Normund M'Laurin, of ? Sydney. - First Boy: ' We had the minister for : dinner yesterday.' Second Hoy: 'We had a turkey. ' . A chemist named Mooro, found guilty .-of tho manslaughter of u woman at '. Napier, N.Z., by an illegal operation, /haB'been 6entonced to seven years' penal ?servitudo.
Typhoid in Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Typhoid in Casino. Tjik town of Casino seems to be des tined never to be free from (hat terri ble complaint typhoid lever, for every week wo hear of fresh cases takiiig place, and we regret that several ra cently have proved fatal. We feel sure that the record of typhoid cases which have been treated at the. local hospital during tbe past two years would show a deplorable state o£ affairs; and it seems surprising to think there has been but little effort made to stamp out a disease which lias so long found a home in Casino. No. person, we feel sure, will deny the fnct that there must.be some direct cause, which hns not yet been discovered, for the numerous cases of typhoid treated in ( the hospital alone. It is evident the germs of the disease exist in this town, and we consider it the duty of our Municipal Council to endeavour, by every possible means, to find where such exist, and then having found them enforce the most stringent regulations ? _c ? _i.i.. ? j: ? i.: ? W'liu it vie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
BOOMERANG BEANDY. The ' Lancet' States -fik. SSOUIKriO., MOZUISST which our analysis and examination show to be of a Fragrance, Purity, and Quality Second to ITone. ' Welcome Nugget Tobaeeo, | No finer TOBACCO is produced in America than WELCOME NUGGET OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS, PACKET AND POCKET TINS: BOOMERANG WHISKY. MASCOTTB TOBACCO, An Honest Tobacco at an Honest Price - - SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. - - EST IT WILL BECOME YOUR FAVOURITE SMOKE IF ONCE TRIED. \ Oadbury's Cocoa, EVERYBODY'S FRIEND. The Richmond River Express AND TWEED ADVERTISER. Casino, Friday, Fkhkcakv 27, 19U8.
Children and Firearms. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
€liil-lrcii and Firearms. It is about time legislation was intro duced to control the use of firearms, and to make it punishable for the care less use thereof by adults, and to pre vent children, under a salutary penalty, using such. Hardly a week passes without a fatality being recorded — either tho gun was not thought to be loaded, or brats of children have been permitted access to firearms. The pea-rme nas ueen prouiuieni.iy m evi dence for some time past in cases of the kind, the latest being that of a boy named Smith, aged 10 years, who was shot dead by a companion, aged 1-j.rr years, near Armidale on Saturday last. At the iuquest held, the jury returned a verdict of accidental death, but added a rider stating that, ' con sidering the frequent loss of life, legis lation should be . introduced to pre vent boys under 10 years of age from carrying or using firearms except un der special supervision.' The Coroner concurred with the jury's rider, and undertook to convey it to the pr...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
WESXEBEAff, XKWS. The Kaiser ox the Biw.e. — The German Emperor, in writing to Ad miral Hollmann, a member of the Oriental Society, deprecates the con clusions arrived at by Professor Friedrich Delitzch on the Bible as announced in a lecture delivered be fore the Emperor Jast mouth. The Emperor William states that he be lieves in revelation, and_ predicts v that the kernel of the Old Testtanjent will survive the ordeal of research. Reli gion, the - Emperor says, is not the result of science, but the outpourings of man's heart and being from inter course with God. . . Labour Leader's Forecast. — Mr. Watson, M.P., leader ot the Federal Labour party, slated, iu an interview in 'Melbourne, that, though the tariff is unsatisfactory to both sides, par ticularly Freetraders, he thinks there will be a strong movement at the next Federal election in favour of- ^allowing it to remain as it is until the expira tion of the period covered by the Braddon clause. Mr. Watson does 'not think lliere ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Why suffer front a cough or a pold when 4 | fewdosesofCAVANouau's PeLXjosiq UaWAJJ will care you. Try it. Sold at all stores, I -mmmmrrnnrXV I'JBumAlgHJ-J-JU-S LU1 jlL JA IWJ ,n p 4 V S'l-'* ' ' f'l - 1 7' -- P *? \ 1 EVERY ? BAY 7 t '-'»? I CTorsn # t t i D'0DI C snouio piiard . against »-: I Cvl LC fvcry-day praclicrs. ! E3c'n:™B When asking for WoUl-'s ^Schnapps don't take subiiituies. j tj There is one only and only one ; J] genuine * ! I WOLFE'S j SCHNAPPS. j I Don't be put off by tfce 'jusl as jjj good ' story. Unless the real brand tj is obtainable it would be wiser and i safer not to take any at all. 1 ? I f0jm I I I | ^ / a / j CENTRE STREET, BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT, Next the Buiijoe, Casino. C. H. Greera street, Ha\ nig puicli.iscd the alios c Old -Established Butchci^, tuists to meiit a - ontiinianoe of suppnrt by Mipphmg the best of Meat piuouuible, and piompt attention to ordeis, toi 1 cad 3 money. ?\TTALKEKS RICHMOND & TWEED W DIRECTORY ALMANAC 1 on 1903. , v ...
Weekly Calendar. FEBRUARY AND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903
Weekly C'uleiular. FEBRUARY and MARCH. , i . i ™ . . II. WATKK 'i ' a 5 ! ® £ \ .2 I '§ i Sydney. o : o .2 .3 » PS I oa ? ! — ? : — : ? -»; = i i I J jMor. ! Aft. * & \ -j) ^ I a | a i i ~ j II. M. II. M. II. M.I A. M. 1'. M. II. M.lll. M. 27 F 12 8 5 41,0 30 5 27 G 4 8 21 835 28 S 12 8 5 4-2,0 34 0 23 038 850 9 5 l|s 12 85 4311 33 720 7 13 923 941 2'M 12 7 5 44 0 32 8 18 7 49 10 2 1022 3lT 12 7 5 44lo 30| 917 8201044 11 0 4iW 12 7 5 45jG 29 1018 9 81130 1153 ajTIi 12 0 5 46|e 2SI1120 .9 52 —11222 Phases- ok the Moon. ; First Quarter, March 7, 5.1i a.m.