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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Advertisements. T7100TBALL MEETING.' A Public Meeting of local Footballers and enthusiasts of the game will bo held at Jordan's Hotel, Casino, THIS *- (Friday) * EVENING, 20th JANUARY, at 7.30 sharp. ; .'^ .:-.,. Business— To consider the advisability of ? dividing the town into two playing districts for the purpose of tho inconiing; Season's Competition, and other very important business. ? F. L. REA, Hon. Secretary. -vr o t i c k The Annual General Meeting of Sub scribers of the Casino Hospital will be held on MONDAY, 23rd JANUARY, 1903, at 8 p.m., at the Town Hall. All Subscribers kindly attend. Business -To receive the Annual Report and Balance Sheet, Election of Committeo for the Current Year. A. W. SIMPSON, Secretary. mO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS for Improvements to Casino Racecourse will be received until noon on THURSDAY, -26th JANUARY. Plans and Specifications to be seen at my oific-e, Wulker-st«5ct, Casino. . ' ' THOS. W. SPENCER, C.E. m E N D E R S. TENDERS are iuvitcd for tho...
Unlocking the Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Unlocking the Land.^ The -Minister for Lands, Mr. Ashton. lias made the aiiouncemcnt t lint in a few months 45.000 nercs of rich Nor thern Rivers laud would be luado available for settlement, and that Ihere nfrur other Iraets of country in those excellently favoured districts would be unlocked. The money is to hand to prepare the first areas For appli cants. Before they are offered, how ever, (hey are. to be connected by roads wiih main rouTes and to be in ter.sccled by main roads. T!i-finiporfaiic«of,thi.-;nn!i--nncement- is. of n tiwot'uld nature. In the first |ilaee it furnislies the first 'response (o the repeated calls to clear some of our richest land from the grip.of growing timber and load it instead witluveallh prndticing crops and smiling ' home steads. In the,' second/ though per haps more important, place flu's 'news is ;i cheering earnest, that, the views Mr. AkIiIoii has expressed- frequently ? in regard to (he handling of the -rich tracts of New :Sonlh ^ Wales we're p...
Home-Curing Bacon. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Home-Curing Bacon. Mk. A. J. Doust writes to the''S. M. Herald ' as follows: — As the pig industry is proving a source of prolit to farmers, aud .likely to continue so. a few important I'actx, bearing on f tie subject of this heading -will, no doubt, bo of interest. Tho old system of bacon curing is,^: tedious bit of biisi ness, and many farmers would 'rather sacrifice their pig. than be bothered making bacon. Through the kindness of ~M\: Tliorne, of Werornbi, I have been supplied with recipes that will enable farmers to cure bacon and bam with very little trouble or loss of lime. ' A' pig killed' at 4 o'clock one day can bo out of tho way for good by IU o'clock the next morning. Under the new system Mr. Tliorne has got better prices for his bacon than be did under the old. This gentleman has cured bacon in the summer months, and never yet failed in perfectly curing. His formula is as follows : — For a pig '1201b. weight, take olb. coarse, salt, ilb. saltpetre grolind line, from lib...
Myrtle Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Myrtle Creek. ! A couni;sroNi-ENT writes :— Up lo January 14 wo have had n fall of II points of rain, ami want more badly. During tho recent huat wave Mr. C. Hou deiKim had 40,000 acres of his gross laud \ burnt l-y bush Jires For fivj dnys in ' succession tho thermometer registered in ' the shade 100, 110, 117, 100, and 100.! Tho rainfall during 1004 was as under : - ', January 200 points, February 109, March 1250, April 1038, May 723, June 10, July 212, August 55, September 120, ' October 374, November 225, December ! 237. Total for year 4(5 inches 55 points.
On His own. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
On His own. .Mr Thomas G. Doylk, who reeeutly j visited the Casino and Kyogle districts, to make an official inspection of dairies, writing from Sydney on January 15, ' states:—' I have resigned from the j Health Department, and started pr.ictice j as a veterinary surgeon. The weather is I still hot down here ; no prospect of rain, ; all kinds of forage very dear. Was very ' pleased with my shcirt stay in Casino, and cannot help telling everyone that it is the best bit of country T have struck in New South Wales.' As Mr. Doyle is an accredited member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London, those requiring Ins services cannot do better than communicate with him, his address beiug ' White Horse Stables, 97 Castlo roagh-street, Sydney.' -—
Commercial Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Commercial Bank. 1 he half-yearly report of the Commer cial Bank of Sydney, for iho period : end ing December 31 labt. is again (-f a satis- | factory character. Tho avsiilabio balance j of profits totalled £80,389, of which i £50,000 is ufcilisort'for a 10 per cent divi dend for shareholders, L'15,000; added to the reserve fund (making it £1,070,000, ' or £70,000 more than the paid-up capital), and £21,389 carried forward to current half-year. The uote issue shows a de crease of t21,000. In Ihe year 1SJ04 =? deposits increased £003,000, coin by ,' £505,000, while coin and liquid securities . amounted to £5,529,000, au increase of £723,000. Advances show a decrease of £340,000.
Terrible Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Terrible Death. Mr. G. M'I.ntosh, the well-known pigeon shot, in id a -highly-esteemed resi dent of Hunter's Hill, met! with -a fright ful death on Tuesday. He was engaged in teaching a black groom how tu blow up some dead trees at the time. A charge of dynamite had been placed in one tree, and Mr. M'lntosh then sent hi.s servant for some water. Before the groom re turned, inore.WiU a terrific .explosion, and i'ii running to the spot the black fellow found that his master ha-.l been blown to pieces. It seems that, dose to Mr. Rl'Intvsh's feet, there was a box of dynamite caps, and a spark is supposed to have fallen among these, thus causing the espl-siou. Mr.' M'lntosh was fright' fully, mutilated, and it took Constable Tindall about twu hours to collect the remains prior to removal from the r scene to the deceased's .house. . -V'
Another Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Another Wedding. The ' Examiner ' reports that at Christ Church Cathedral, Grafton, on Monday, Mrs. Mettlenian was united in tho holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Richard Holt, both of whom are residents of Yulgilbar. Miss, Ruardon, niece of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Roardon best groom. The bride was attired in a white silk dress. The Ven Archdeacon Moxon was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony, the happy couple, with a num ber of friends, drove to the resilience of Mrs. Soul, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. Tho company, at mid night, dispersed, aftor a most enjoyable evening. Tho newly-married couple left for the Richmond River on Tuesday, where they intend to spend their honey moon.
Industrial Development of Latin America. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Industrial Deveiopmsnt of Latin America. ' Tin; employment of ''automobile trucks or trains which can run on ordinary waggon .roads'' a lid serve as feeders -to Miu'railwny and steamship lines, is' a subject which must before long 'command the. ' attention ot the governments of' the Latin-American h_-[juuiiu.-) ^wriiet; luairion iyiicoa iu the 'Scientific American'). 'By the introduction of the automobile truck or train a new era of industrial expan siou is in store for South and Central America and the West Indies, which ' ? is likely to bring about the adoption of a, special policy by'inaiiy of the | Latin-American governments. There ; is also an, increasing- social- and com- '- mercial rJuropeanisation of certain : Latin-American communities going on which, will'aid in hastening the, iue of ' the automobile, especially in i'tsadvan- '; tages for tho easy' and rapid transpor- ,, talion of agricultural, and, to a smaller extent-, of mineral products over short distances, and iu reg...
Socialism at a Discount. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Socialism at a Discount. At the end of November was held iu San Francisco the 24th annual convention of the American Federation of Labour. It- wns. remarkable fora definite resolu tion against socialism. These resolutions were submitted by the .socialists in the Federation, and all mot a like fate. After an excited debate, a motion was defeated oy an overwhelming majority which would have committed tho Federation to under take ii socialistic propaganda. This mo tion declared that the concentration of wealth in the United States and the «.. rapid development of trusts in almost every branch of industry made it obvious that capitalism will soon reach its cul minating point, and must, make room for another phase of civilisation, and there fore the organisations connected with the Federation were recommended to study economic conditions. Although this was not on the face of it a sociidisticresolution, it was understood to be really that and noting else, and hence its defeat. Samuel Comp...
Upper Richmond Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 20 January 1905
Upper Richmond Farmers' Association. A Meeting of the Upper Richmond &nbsp; Farmers' Association was held in School of Arts, Kyogle, on Saturday, the 14th January, 1905, when there were present Messrs. S. Walters, Walker, Buckland, W. Graham, Reid, Alcorn, Peterson, Bloore, Gray, D. Saville, E. N. Larkin, Jas. Reeves, J. Burt, R. Cullen, Braby, Green, R. A. Dawson. The Presedent, Mr. R. E. Alcorn, was in the chair. It was moved by Mr. Bloore, and seconded by Mr. Walters,— That the minutes of previous meeting as read be confirmed. Carried. It was moved by Mr. Bloore, and seconded by Mr. Larkin, — That the cor respondence ,is read be received and dealt with. Carried. It was moved by Mr. Larkin, and seconded by Mr. Bloore,— That the town of Kyogle be proclaimed a town ship under the Police Protection Act. It was moved by Mr. Bloore, and seconded by Mr. Larkin, — That the police constable stationed at Kyogle be appointed an inspector under the Board of Health, and that the local...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
PITH AND POINT. 1'otatoks 2s 0d porfjuarler in Lisrnorc. 3s in Casino. At Murwilluinliah £20 per foot has been paid for a business site. Since tho recent rainfall crops and pnstur age have oiade remarkable growth. At the Albion Park .Show, W. Coughran secured three prizes for blood stock. Honey tins, frames, hives and bees, good, .it Sydney prices, at J. T. Crtidiek's. At Kempsey four people turned up to hear an address by a travelling labour dele gate. The per cculagc of inoi.stme in butter from 4S Victorian factories ranged from 4.4(5 to Ki.OU If you require a good watch at n reason able price inspect J. T. Cradick's goods. It will pay. Conditional purchase forfeited — James 1'inkerton, No. 1902-31, of 1 -JO acres, parish Broadwater. Kemember the opening day of O'Sullivan and Baker's half-yearly easli sale, .Saturday, January 08. 1'urt of the site of the late Convent at Coraki is reported to have been sold for £10 per foot. Rumour says another solicitor contem plates commencing th...
The Co-Operative Bacon Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
The Co-Operative Bacon Company. Tiih initial .work in connection with the above his pioceedeil 7so well that slaugh teiing opei.iti.ons'. were started on the 12th instant At the same time, however, only a limited number of first-class baconeis .no'-, solicited for this- month. Aiiangements have, been made whereby each bhaieholder will have a separate. fire biand sent him. so as to minimise the nsk of all} confusion with consignments. A cuculu, dealing with all the important pouits .ib to quality, branding, grading, etc , will be sent on to -members iinine di itely, ind it is hoped that they -will assibt the in uiagcment by following lout., the suggestions contained therein. Three' thousand si\ hundred and fifty-live shares liaxe been subscribed to date, which is lnghl} s itisf ictory. The northern rivers tun ass, fiom the Clarence to the Hunter, his been entered upon. The Richmond Rnei distnet is provided for by tho Noith Co ist Co.':; factory. ? On Wednesday evening the .Bungalow M...
Stook Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
Stock Sales. On Fndi- and Situiday last, in Cibino, Mi J B M'Dougall held a successful side of horse stock, including drafts from B'lo'rook, Itiuniymedo, Wyangarie, Woo roowoolgcn,' and Coomooroo^eeree. All good el iss horses ^n'oduced brisk bidding, diaughts leilis'ing up to £30, others from 45 to 121 5s per head, the Ruimyiuede const^innciiL coinnmudiiigoxcellcnt prices Weedy and light descriptions and aged hoisus weic practically unsaleable. Dur ing the pibt week Mr. M'Dougall sold so\oial diafts of fafc cows at £0, bullocks £7.10s to £8 ; and 180 heifers, backward kinds £4 12s fid to £5 2s (id, forward spiingeis up to £8. He also placed a (lock of 100 owes at 14s (id per head. These go to Wooroowoolgen, where a tml will be given to sheep breeding. The dite foi t he 'sale of Mr. Rivers' horses mil cattle will be notified 'in Friday's issue
Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
Butter Market. Tub '. Coastal Farmers' Gazette.' com-, mentb — It was originally anticipated t h it Janu iij -February values would range fiom 88s to 94s, but everything at present points to a steady enquiry at from 90s to !ISw — -t.fif - l;i.ffci-r ln-ii1.--! fur f-Liw.w-rl Iniimls. on!} Foi tliebe\eiid foi egoin^ Reason-., Sydno} \alueb ha\e, uudei eo o|-uiatrve mil kiting, been held at 5)d longu than antieipited by m in} List }cai, with piaelicill} i similu London maiket, values fell, on No\enibei 2--tli, to 8U1 This h ilf penny, on any fa^toiy output^ ib easy of cilcul.ition mto^ hoveieigns, and o\ei the whole lndiibtiv it spells se\eial thoiibiinds Unfiutiinately — like the ram — this benefit falls alike on the just md those who btill suppolt the'speeulitjve agency s}slem.
Hidden Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
- \, Hidden Wealth. ? lN,-'the, opinion ? of a mining expert. tliore';is', poi-haps, 'no place in New South Wales where greater values of gold, iissociated with silver and copper, win be found,, or where such possibilities are lying dormant, as Drake, Pretty Gully. the Rocky River, or Tinibarrii River and the :W.i.stcs on the cistern falls to the Clareiice'.Riverj embracing a Uirge area of country, in which there are great mining possibilities, but the' mining community seems too .tired to investigate places whcie tln'le is, reasonable justification for believing that ^good chanee\s of success exist At Pretty Gully there is a large and impoitaut belt of basaltic countiy, beneath which alluvial deposits exist, and foi the want of capital and. decent mining direction the wealth contained is allowed to remain unexploited. ?'
An Old Councillor. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
An Old Councillor. Ax enthusiastic mooting of the friends of Alderman W. H. Simpson, J.P., who has served the borough of Wavorley as an alderman for a continuous period i-f 27 years, during which period ho .has hold tut; uiuuu oi mayor* jot nvu yciiis, it-i!- held at the Council Chambers, Waverley (says tho 'S.M. Herald.') At tho last meeting of the Waverley Council Alder man Simpson intimated that ifc was not his intention to seek. reflection, when the nieinbemof the Council expressed their de.ep regret at the announcement, and spoke in high tonns of the amount of work accomplished by Alderman Simpson. The meeting resolved to recognise these ser vices, and formed itself into a committee, with power to add, with the Mayor as chairman, and decided ; to adjourn for a week.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 24 January 1905
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. Following nro the quotations for farm nntl dairy prpduco ruling in Casino tu-tlny;— i i ? ? It. Ii. Ilxprcss Ollko, Monday. , Wholesale Retail. £ h v £ s o Mnizc, por buslicl ..026 030' draft, per cwt ? 0 5 .0 0 5 0 liny, oaten, per cwt.. 0 0 0 0 7.0 Oat«, per IjuhIicI ..033 030 IJflfn, per doz-;n ..000 008 Bultor, local factory.. 0 0 0 0 Oil' Butter, d.iiiy .... 007 009'