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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
m K ','* N D E R S. ' 'TENDEKS arc invited up to FRIDAY, I 27th JANUARY; for Uight of Fulling and Removing Firewood from tho Cnsiuo Hiflo Range, near Naughton'a Gap, for a period of 3 calendar montli.s. Specifications ni.iy b« scon nt my Olfico, Walker street. THOS. \V. SI'ENCKR, Lioutcnatil O.C. Casino Half-Squadron. m E N 1) 15 R S. TENDERS rtre invited, and will be re ceived at my office until noon of Tuesday, 31st Janitauy, for ALTERATIONS and IMPROVEMENTS to FENCING und STALLS for the Casino Race Club. WILLIAM GILL, Architect, Walker-street. ASINO ?? -CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY' COMPANY, Limited. TENDERS are invited by tho abovo Company for 100 Cord.-: of APPROVED FIREWOOD, cut in six feet lengths, deli vered and stacked at the Factory, at per cord. Full particulars upon application to tho Manager, at tho Factory. Tenders close on Friday, 27tli Instant, and should be endorsed and addressed to the undersigned. E. ,T. ROBINSON,. Secretary. TV/rUNIOIPAL DISTRICT OF CASINO. Tho Inspector o...
Kyogle Notes. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Kyogle Notes. ' Wriivr-ih i w Kvoglb has at, last beeii, blessed with a splendid fall of rain, over tin inch and a half being regiht-eved since Sunday, and as it has been, of t a very, steady iiutiuo not a drop has gone to waste. There is nothing like a-good fall of rain to brighten things up, and wo all liope~to see an in creiise iu business ore very long. ^ One thing Kyogle can boast of is mud. 1 PJ£t~.f *-Wl!l V I I ?tiiurlii^r \ it u»w- %\ hiilvi « if In irr everywhere, and to got overlho street (if one can call it. such) ? it was far nmro ploiis-iut to ride than walk. It is very hard on the townspeople that tho Go vernment will not assist them in n reason able way. If tho Slate would give a little help most, of iho people in the main , street would help, and instead of havini? a floating bog wo would havo ;i fair pave ment along ouch sido. _\Vo aro all very sorry to say thaL Kyoglo has been yisitud with sickness, but am more sorry (hat pebpb with very little to do have made umt...
Promoting Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Promoting Temperance. A PAPER contributed by Sir Charles Bruce to the 'Empire Review' of December relates to a never-ending controversy on which it throws some light. As a colonial administrator Sir Charles Bruce has observed the dan gerous extent to which intemperance ll«U Illl^'^l IIIIU I1JV IKlJ'I'lllt Of* 4(1114 eflic'eucy of communities entrusted to liis care. He finds that in the United Kingdom, notwithstanding the fact that since 1840 temperance reformers had been active, the consumption per head of alcohol has increased. The expenditure on alcohol per head in 1840 was £-5; and in 1899 it was within a trifle of £-1-. Board of Trade returns, based on an average of five years prior to 1900, showed that /every individual of the population consumed 2.08 gallons of absolute alcohol. The consumption in the United States is 1.00 gal., in Russia .b'l gal., in Nor way .52 gal., and these countries are chosen because iu them efforts have been made to abate by legislation the evils of i...
Lismore Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
.,?? -Lismore Notes. The' unexpected death of the lalo, member for Rour, Mr. J. W. Coleman has come ns a shock to tho many friends that gentleman had succeeded in making during n lengthy residence ? in Lismoro, and it will biko some timo to fill up tho !-:i]), which is daily becoming more ap parent. The universal testimony seems to be that an honourable and conscien tious gentleman hius been removed from our midst, while in the prime of hi.s lifo. Hi.s sudden decease has caused a vacancy in Parliament., which must be filled as early as possible.; and already we hear tho names mentioned of quite a number of gentlemen who are ready to die, if needs be, for their homo and counlry, parlicul'irly that poitiun called Rons. Most of the names mentioned are those of local gentlemen, some nmro ltcal Mum others. I daresay they each are trying to make themselves bolieve they are just ?' the ri^ht man for the place,' and even the votes of the lions electors will not alter their opinion of themse...
Rous Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Rous Election. ' Temi'lak Glencoe,' writing from Lismore remarks : — In view of the forth coming election, whilst dee-ply deploring the loss of our late member, with whose family and relations we sincerely sym pathise, allow mo :is an outsider iu poli tices.-uut a staunch admirer of British fair play, t-i express a wish, or I should say to make, au appeal, through your columns in the interests of humanity, as from reports I believe that, during the last election, strife reigned, supreme owing- to intense sectarian bitterness. Now, I thiuk, that any right-minded man or,,wbinau;Will .agree with me thai, that was one of the ways of not ruling the country properly This is a fri-e country, why not give every citizen a chance, bo ho Jew --r Gentile, Protestant or Catholic and try, if only for the sake of -fair play,' to keep religion out of it; 'tis only a worldly affair -at. host,- .but a word to tho wise is sufficient .-.In my. opiniou one man Is as good as another, always of course pro...
Towed into Syndey Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Towed into Syndey Harbour. Early on Saturday morning the coastal steamer Di-rrigo was towed into Sydney Harbour in a disabled condition by the pilot steamer Captain Cook. The Dorrigo left Coil's Harbour at 1.30 a in. yesterday with passengers and cargo, bound for Sydney, and .should liave arrived about midnight, but owing to a breakdown in ner mncninery sue was nnaoie to enter when oft' the Heads. Shortly after 0 o'clock on Saturday morning the signal stntion at South Head received word that a steamer was in distress about a mile from Bondi Beach. The pilot steamer set out for the scene, and, on arriving off Bondi, found that the steamer was the Dorrigo, the property of Mr. G. . W. Nicoll, of Sydney. She was taken in tow and brought on to Sydney, entering the Heads at 9.28. When near Sydney away. This broke the cylinder cover, and before the steam could bo stopped it made a hole in the condenser, thus ren dering the machinery useless. The Dor rigo is now in comm-ind of Captain .Moll...
The Public Sold. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
The Public Sold. - AT-the Woodburn Police Court, * man named Walter Giggins was. summoned for the support of an illegitimate child, '-he P.M. pointed out that under the uow Act tho public were not admitted during the hearing of thi'su cases, conse quently only the parties concerned, solic itors, and police wcro allowed to remain. The P.M. refused te graut the applica tion of a. reporter to publislu evidence. The P.M. declined to tnak'o an order against defendant. The new law is a very sensible. pro- isi n, and ought also to bo implied to divorce proceedings.
White Swamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
White Swamp. - The atiuual gathering of tlus residents of White Swamp was held on 'Friday, the 30th December, at Mr E. Watson's favourite resort, and took tho form of a pic nic of such a varied character as to inter est and auiusB all classes The morning broke with every indication of wet, but old Sol be-Mii to kIu'ik; later nml Ki\m-i-nA,,A ill attraotim; nearly 150 persons to tho scene .'-f pleasure. Visitors were there from Acacia, Creek, Killarney, Wooden bung, Casino, Burnett's (.'rook, Uoonah, and Tho Head, and all apparently en joyed the outing to the full. Besides the usual ]i»fc of games, it number of athletic events wero brought oil', tlm principal victors being as follows :'— Old Butler's Race— Won Mr. E. Youn» Young Men's Ikiee -W.hi by Mr Win. Stanley. Ladies' Race— Won by Miss A Grifliths, with, a dead-heat between Misso.s II Fletcher and 11. Watsou for second place. A tug-of-wtir, married v. .singlo men, provoked anomting struggle, which ended in an inglorious defeat ...
Lismore Happenings. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Lismore Happenings. (FROM OUll COKKKSI'ONUKNT.) Wf.dnksdav. \vi; are in the throes ot a i'uriiamcnt ary election, nnd great is the wire-pulling going on. A great number of people have become quite tillable* and boister ously genial all at once, and prospective candidates are anxiously enquiring how the cows arc milking, .how is baby get titirr -tti ?!,, A l.-itwl rfA inmuliml'j utirl (ll bnr wise evincing an interest in things that they a few weeks ago treated with indif ference. We have candidates in galore, from all quarters of the compass, no less than thrco of tho '' left outs' from last general election being mentioned — HayneH, Gar land, and Bruntnell. Loci\l men arc re presented by Messrs. Balmer, Lockett, lliudmarsh, Cottco, Street, and Frith. A meeting was held yesterday evening for the purpose of selecting a Reform candidate, and the initiatory steps taken, but the final selection was left over till Saturday next. Judging from the talk of the man in the street, the man cho...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
PITH AND POINT. Fouu inches of rain registered at' Bris- bane. . For first-class literature, well selected, try J. T. Cradick. Kyoglo now has a resident doctor, Dr. Louglini'iu having arrived there. conic for pleasure or bring the missus ':'' At the Kyoglo sale mi Tuesday Mr. J. X. Ferguson sold nearly 90 head of he.ifcrs. Tho present tax' on sugar in England produces an animal revenue, of £G,00^,'KX). Annual gathering of Casino Hospital subscribers on Monday night next, at Town Hall. Improvements now being carried out on the new ihow Ground iu Lismort; will cost £8(10. Last year two Toowoninba auctioneers put through their sale yards 8300 head of cattle. For cullerj', carvers, spoons and forks, and dcctro-platc, compaioj. T. Cradiek's prices with others. . Bangalow Agricultural Society comriiittee have decided to invite Mr. J. Norton, M.P., to visit the next Show. , ?'.'?'-':? In Sydney a mini bcr of people havo been fined for selling adulterated cordials, prin cipally syrups and l...
More Infected Rats Found. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
More Infected Rats Found. News was received from Dr. Millardou Monday that there wore no fresh citsos of plague at Ulumrra, nor was there any evi dence of ;v spread of the infection to any other locality. .Fmir more plague Kits, however, had been discovered at. a cot 'tnge on the South Arm,, nine miles from tho township, where a diseased rat w.is caught last week. ' There is no doubt,' said UivUiompsou on Monday, ?? about tho infection of that place. But it is not to Jjo assumed that tho intervening country is infected. I think it most likely that the rats were convoyed to the cottage from Ulmarra in bigs, or some other class of goods.' The President of the Board of Health went on to say that the question of Hospital accommodation for further cases, should they occur, is still being considered. The department is anxious to give every consideration to what tho townspeople consider their in terest as long as the primq duty of check ing tho infection and providing tho best kind of atte...
An Old Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
An Old Colonist. ?vJ;Wb (Lisinpre ..'? Star ') learn of the death in Victoria on Wednesdny of Miss Jane Shannon, the last surviving ineinber of a family very widely known on the Clarence and Richmond in ils early settlement. Her family and rel atives owned the Geergarbwj.Gloii reagh, Leven strath, Nymboida and ??' i » ? ? _ i _. j ? ? .'.'' _ _' i I ' _ /*11:J' ? 1 ....' _..J1 |1._ Oilier Buuionson ine yiareiice, anu me lirsl-named! homestead was the hospi table home of the hoiibured 'name for maiiy 'years, when in .the hands of Messrs. John, Archibald, and Charles Shannon.; ; Miss Shannon has resided in Victoria for tlio past 35 years, and lfas been aii in viilid for a long period. She was an aunt of Mrs. S. it. Garrard, ofBobrie, and Messrs. D. and C A; Shannpn,.and Miss Shannon, of CaKino. jJJeceased was a most aniiable lady, and in lier life exhibited a high ^standard -of:Cliristiauity. . . ? : :
Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Oddfeilowshin. .'Tne»iuiirterly meeting of the North Coivst District Lodge of ihe M U. I.O.O.F. was held in the Hibernian Hall, -at Lis more, on Wednesday last. There were 19 delegates in attendance, representing all lodges in tho district. P.G. Iho. W. G. Simpson occupied the chair. Tho (lfnr*ftt*Q t*\ni*t t*f\ fill* tlwt aiU'iiinir ii.i.ii. .„.,„., . Prov. G.M., Iho. XV. J. Wakely ; D. Prov. G.M., Bio. R. C, Smith ; C.S. Bro. A. W. Gibson ; Treasurer, Bro. Milneu (in place of liro. Chisholm, resigned) ; Trustee, Bro. R. White (in place of Bro. R. C. Smith, resigned) ; auditors, Bros. Tippett, Lasker, and Loudon. Bro. J. Nuonmi was selected to represent -the District at the G. A.M. C, to bo held at Young in May next. The question of establishing a Unity Funoral Fund was, after considerable discussion, referred back to the various Lodges for further consideration. ^ Tho next quarterly meet ing of the District Lodge will bo held at Casino on Wednesday, 19th April next. The following ...
Helping the Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
; Helping the Sisters. A 'aieetixo was held on Thursday evening ?Week in ;tlio-: Federal: Hall, jjisnipre, to .e'spress practical sympathy with /the; St. 'Mary's /Presentation Nuns ! pn'.'the ^occasion of ^the;; loss: of tl/eir^convent i)y; ihe/^ Bishop Doyle ^nrsidwJv-overWivycrbodK-atteudajice. ?llt'sb 1 ii tibUs^wei^Vca rried iyexpressiyeof csyinpatliy.iwitii! ihc^rev.;rthibtlidr«aiid' tiie;cominuin'tyj;;sueh. sympathy to take; 1 lie foriniof iuMippVal for subVcri jit ioiisi ; Bisliop'Doylejheadt'd the siibscrijition list witlv!'1 diiiuitionv of;l£l00. The aniouiit subscriin'd at ' the uieettng totalled; £54(5. ' ITev. Father Walshe, ()l!'Casino,' donated £20. '
Member for Rous. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Member for Rous. Mil. M'CpitRT. ' tho Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, has issued his wit for tho eloctiou of a member to represent Itous in the room of Mr. Coleman, de ceasud. The writ is dated the l(5tli inst., 'and the nomination day has been fixed for the 31.st instant. Polling will take ulaco on Febiuarv 11. and tlm lvi-ili mnsi. be returned by March 2. It is expected the Liberal and Reform Party will make a strong tight, for ifc would come as a blow to lose the first liy-eleotion. Prob ably Mr. D. R. Hall, former member for Gunnedah, and defeated at last election, will contest the seat, ou -behalf of the Labour Party. Ho is as good and able a mau as could be got, very popular with Labourites, and his re-entry iiit«- Parlia ment would give great joy to the Labour Party. Mr.'C. A. Lee* Minister for Works, Mr. IV T. Kwing, M.H.R., and J. M'Farlane, M.L.A.. are of opinion that Mr. R. S. K. Biilmor would bo able to retain the Rous seat for the Government.
Casino Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Casino Dairy Co. Mr. K. J. Robinson, secretary of the Casino Dairy Co., is in receipt of a cable stating that, the last shipment of butter which had arrived iu London had realised 98s per cwt., being top'price. Tho cable adds the 'market is firm. The latest London reports by mail state . that tho quality of tho factory's butter had im proved in quality, and was commanding ready sale. The cream supply at the factory is now improving,, but during the past two weeks had receded over two tons.
The Plague on the Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
The Plague on the Clarence. Du. AsiinuinoN Tuoji'rsos, president of the Board of Health, received a very comprehensive report from Dr. Millard, the Board's representative in Ulmarra, with regard to the outbreak of plague in the district. Uv. JMillard, wuo was sent up to the Clarence 'River to make u full in vestigation, informs Dr. Thompson that there is a general consensus of opinion that rats were sick aud dying about a whart in Ulmarra and varioua other places in the town, about four lo . six weeks ago. It was thought that they had been poisoned, but the principal storekeeper says that he only sold three tins of rat poison during the last 12 months. Secondly, the six cases suspected of being plague, or ascertained to be so, are connected up to premises only, are the premises of Percy Clarke, far mer, and Mr. Plummer deceased, also a farmer. The latter lived about three miles outside of Ulmarra, and the for mer about a mile and a-half away. At Clarke's barn, about five weeks ago, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
/ : v; ; ; Hunffor is a Good 8auoe. Syiioii yoii do not havo Inuigor as n siiuu for your food, try Clmniburlain's .Stonuuli mid Livor Tiiblots. Thoy vlvanso and in vigonito tho stomach and givo a rolish for tho food, as no other propaiution win. 1'hoy aro ua*y to t.iko, pluiuiiint in cinjct anil aro just what you need. For salo by Hvnth wood Bros. It is proposed to plant paspalum grass along tlio Stutu railway lines in ordor to provont firos by sparks from railway engines. Tt is aY^uod that in drought time it koops grooti when all otlior gntsses fail und is Iuhb liable to tiro.