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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII (CONTINUED.)—THE LAST OF GARNINER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

An'stpalian Bushranging. THE -EARLY DAYS. [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER VIII (Continukd.)— THE LAST OP GARDINER. the trials at the supreme COURT. The Chief Justice thou pronounced his .sentence : For the offcnce of which lie lmd jnsfc been found guilty, to be kept to lmrd labour on the roads or other public works of the colony for fifteen years, the first two years in irons ; for the armed robbery of Hor sinprton (to which, he had pleaded l,o,.rl (l.o gun L_)V IU ? ? ? ? ? seven years to commence at the ex piration of the ten — in all, thirty-two years. It was a heavy sentence, and as the prisoner heard it fall from the judge's lips he must have wondered whether he would live to see t|ie end of it. But. Gardiner was not of .a despondent l.nhivo TTn linrl linen in nrison mm-n than once before, and had gained his liberty on each occasion before his sentence had been half completed— once by- giving his custodians leg bail,' and then by means of tieke'fc-of-leave. The experience of the pa...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

\ ?? i ,V-' ~ ? ?*. , . .Religions Services. - Church of England (Casino District)— March 1st, first Sunday in Lent, Casino, Matins and Holy' Communion »t 11 a.m., Evensong at 7.30 p.m., Clovuss at 2.30 p.m. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. Sunday, March 1st, Grecnridge at 2..'i(J. p.m. (Lay Servicu). Wednesday, March 4tli, Casino. Teachers' Meeting at 8 p.m. Friday, March Oth, Choir Practice. RomanCatholicCiiurch (Casino District) Sunday, March 1st, Tatham, Mass at!) a.m.; Sunday, Marcli 8th, Casino, Mass at 8 a.m., Kvemng Devotions at 7.30 o'clock. —Rev. M. P. Wnlshe. Roman OATiioLicCiioncn(Coraki District) Sn»-1»V Mn.-nl, l»f. Ma... (I 1.11.1 11 a.m., Vespers at 7.30 p.m. j Sunday, March 8th, New Italy, Mass at 8.30 a.m., Wood burn (Murray's Hall), Massat 11 a.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. John Durmsy. PRESBYTERIAN UlltJUCU OF AUSTRALIA — Sunday, March 1st, Casino at 11 a.m., Codrington at 3 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. — Rov. John Strang. METHODIST CllOKCll OF AUSTRALASIA — Sunday, March 1st...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man Who Knows is Silent [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Tlicrltlnii Who Knows is Silent. ?'?Tub one man who refuses to speak on the financial position of New South Wales, in. reply to the London 'Daily Mail,' is -the State Treasurer, Mr. JWaddell. ;-„ , ... All the ..'.Government people who .have- only a -. smattering knowledge of tlie facts are eloquent; but the man who knows js silent; ? ' Too^'busy,' !'he.lJtold : a ' Sunday Tirites''^Tiian -last .week. Too busy frying 'to,; make ends meet, presum ably. An impossible task. , , .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

SI'OltrtXW . X B3 ws. The world's swimming record for 120 yards was lowered by Cavill rtt Pyrniont, on Saturday, 111 lmin. 14 l-5th sees. A cable from Now Zealand states that . tho trotting horse Ribbonwood, who has . been matched against the Australian champion Fritz, on Saturday, at Christ church, lowered the Australasian record, fnr 11 mil,* l*v hwri Kprrinrl^ hp:if,in(r TTrilVu time, 2min. 13secs. made on the same course in January, 1899. Ribbonwood also reduced Jessie Palmer's time, 4min. 43 2-5th sees, for two miles to 4inin. 35 4-5th sees. While taking part in the Hurdle Race at the Epsom races (Vie.), recently, the Pell Mel) gelding Tifhn fell and broke his neck. Independence, who appropriated the Hawkesbum Handicap at Caultield, on Saturday, is engaged in the Newmarket Handicap with 7-4, which includes 31bs penalty. The Blairgowrie gelding Strathavon, who won the Takapuna Cup two or three weeks ago, has since, accounted for tho Taranaki Cup. He carried 8st iti the latter ra...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. F. J. Ironside Robbed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Sir. F. J- Ironside Itubbed. On Thursday last week, Mr. F. Ironside, well-known in cricketing circles, was the victim of a daring thief While walking along Flinders-street, Sydney, on liis way from his residence in that thoroughfare, to the city, Mr. Ironside was robbed of a valuable old-fashioned gold albert and pendant, and only saved a gold presenta tion watch by a piece of good fortune. Just as he was passing the corner of Short-street, which leads from Flinders street to Bourke-street, a mau darted ti,Q C-., 1,„,1 .,!? .,.,,1 his chain, and then ran away up a lane leading from Short-street. The sudden ness of attack was such that Mr. Ironside hardly realised what had occurred until the. man was some little distance away. Then, seeing that his chain was missing, he gave chase, and ran after his assailant for a couple of hundred yards, but the other out-distanced him aud got away.' Mr. Ironside's watch remained in his pocket through the ring becoming un fastened. The pendant, whi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Government Support of Charities. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Government Support of Charities. Speaking at the fifth annual meeting of the Queen Victoria Homes for Con sumption, Sir James Graham commented on the fact that one of the acknowledged functions of the Government was to dole out aid to all sorts and conditions of charities in the State. He was in clined to regard this as a most unpleas ant thine. For exaniDle. this vear £i500,000 had been given from the Trea sury to miscellaneous charities, and about a similar sum in old age pensions — a million a year in charity among a handful of people. It pointed.to one of two things — either the proportion of charity-giving people in this community was ridiculously small, or the propor tion of assistance given by the Govern ,ment was ridiculously high. In the 'interests of the community, he could not help thinking that it would be better if the matter of the distribution of public money in charity were placed in tho hands of a commission, and removed from the sphere of the politician alto gether...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Advertise nients. j 0 T I C 15 T 0 T 15 N I) 1! R 15 R S. I . Owing to delay in preparation ;-f plans, &c. , for a-vMethodist ChurclKat Kyogle, thoy will not bo available until the second week, in March. ? ? V ? ? . 0. M'C. BARKER. 0AUTION 'J'O TRESPASSERS. All Persons arc hereby Cautioned against interfering-, with t, Stock 'ov Trospassin»^on Koroe, 'Lyneh's Greek;- Anyone 'so offend ing will be ProscciTtcd. ?.???? CrG. LARKIN. pUBLIC 'NOTICE. ?Welieroby.givo notice , that we have. ap ?pointed. -.Mil. ??A.'tP.'-NEILL our District Agcnt.iWho.v/ill reccive. names of Subscri bers ?; for the v' Express,' and; orders for Prill ting,- Ad vortisingi ? & c; ; His rcceijit for all monoy received 'in'7mr behalf will, bo accepted as suffieiorit discharge. ? r * , GRIIOVE & TURNER, ? , ' Express ''Odice, Casino. :? rpWENTY-FIVIS POUNDS RI5WARD. ?i-^Tlio above 'R'.iward ; will; bo paid for 'in fornuvtioii?tliab will lead' to - tho. conviction of the person . -TU' .porsoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

TEX ASSlSitTHOXS : RliGAKDIN't) Chamberlain's CoLJP, OilOWJItA ANU DlARKHOKA REJIKUV, 1. It affords quick relief in cases of colic, cholera morbus utid pains in the stomach. 2. Ib never fails to ell'out a euro .in tho niostscvereeaies of dysentery anil diarrhoea. 3. It ii a aurc cure for chronic diarrhoea. 4. It- cun always be depended upon in oases of cholera iiifaiitii'ii. 5. -It cures epidemical dysentery. ' 0. It prevents bilious colic. , 7. It is prompt and effective in curing nil bowel complaints. ~ S. It never produces bad results. ; !). It i.s pleasant aud safe to take. 10. It has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in the world. These are bold assertions to make regard ing any medicine, but there ia abundant proof of every one of the above st'itements regarding thU remedy. Every household j should liayo i). Ivotfle at hauiK Get ittoday. j It may save a life. A. p. Simpson, Casiuo, sella it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

£2500 New Drapery Being Slaughtered. . Our Expiration of Lease Sale S T I L L ? fi XJ M M I N G. ' j£2500 Mew Drapepy Must fee Sold,, w ' SUCCESS F.U L B E C A U S E GEN U II E, ' -gS ? / f We Have,. Made .It Genuine.. ' . / The Public, Have Made It Successful. M, i- Everything Must be Sold, -'Excep ting :tlie Four Walls and Fixtures. , » : - Heaps of Stuff yet to be Sold. ? PRINTS & MUSLINS CALICOES & SHEETINGS 1 ' ; i )) SHIRTJNCS & FLANNELETTES' : , : // RIBBONS & LACES .,?? . ' ' ' f^= PARASOLS & GLOVES : ? ' ? : ? ? ? 1 ? : ? — ^ : ? — ? 5 ? Send for one of Our Price Lists. -MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING MEN'S & BOYS' SHIRTS 1 v ' -? '... J ? FELT & STRAW HATS COLLARS & TIES ? .- ? ' TENTS & FLYS Prices Out to the Gore sra s ' ' ' ' 1 V*** BOOTS & SHOES - ( w ? STATIONERY, &c. . , . ? WATER BAGS & FILTERS , ' ? ( ' , TIN TRUNKS & BASKETS ' - A\, LINOLEUMS & FLOORCLOT...

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The Lion and The Eagle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

The Lion mitl The Eagle Ax Eagle that flew Mighty High once saw a Lion catching Crabs in a Duck-pond. ' Say, there,. Stranger,' exclaimed the Eagle, iu a Bantering Tone, 'you are out of your element ! You can Roar like Distant Thunder, for I have heard you in Venezuela Roaring for your Money, but when it nnmpK in A mm tints T-rm nvi- nhrmf- ot; Handy as a Hog 011 Ice.' The Lion, who had seen the other's performances in the Air, for a long time Held Off, thinking he could invest his money better iu Long Sleevers than in Short Pants ; but the Eagle so Twisted his Tail that at last a Race was Arranged. At the appointed time they took to the water ; but while the Lion struck out with Long Strokes the Eagle found that his Wings only Made, a Splash, and after a Hard Race he suc ceeded in obtaining Second Position! ' I guess you are a Bit of a Sur prise,' he' remarked to the Lion as he Paid over the Stakes. ' I thought you did not know any more about Rowing than a Drought-Stricken Set tler...

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Judging by Points. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Judging by Points. Ax expert in the ' Sydney Mail' writes as follows: — The utter im practicability of judging live stock by points was strikingly demonstrated at the Lismore Show. The ordinary classes were judged by the usual com mon sense practical method, but to decide the dairy bull championship the Society foolishly employed the rule of thumb system of judging by points. The outcome was absurd .enough to tickle the gravest, minded man on the ground excepting, of course, the owners of the valuable animals which were declared beaten by the applica tion of the so-called scale. The result of the farcical proceedings was that a nondescript young bull which could not. get a first prize in its class was placed champion in a strong lot, beat ing a performer of 110 lighter metal than the Ayrshire bull Russley by 14 points. One of the btst. judges of uuiry ciuue 111 Australia wnnesseci tne performance, and described it. to me as the most remarkable decision ever seen 011 any showground. ...

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Notes by "Bushman." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Notes by ' Buslauiau.' In the long hgo the Emperor of Austria, to gratify ft whim, got. three giants and three dwarfs, and had them housed together. It was not long, however, until the giants began to complain of the conduct of the dwarfs. The latter were continually pinching and otherwise tormenting the giants. i?«.. 4i ? ? il. X UL lite jjcaw uuu ouici^y wi iuo ^uumo the Emperor finally decided to separ ate these two extremes in the human race. Evidently these giants did not know their own power, and the Em peror, from mercy or caution, showed too much good sense to awaken this giant force. During the recent lec ture by Dr. Dill-Macky, that gentle man represented his people by the simile of a great big woman with sleeves tucked up, and having shoul ders and muscles a la Sandow, ap pealing to a magistrate for protection amiinst her lean whinner-snanDer of a brutal husband. Like the giants, this big, muscular old lady did not know' her own strength; but, unlike the merciful Emperor,...

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Sir W. J. Lyne's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Sir W. J. I-ync's Meeting, Sn: Wim.iaji Lyne, representing: the Federal Government, fitced tlie electors of New South Wales at ibe Mnsonic Hall, Sydney, on Thursday night last, w.liich proved amply snflicient. to hold all Siv William's admirers, and a few of liis critics to boot. Sir William can hardly be described as a success as an orator, and some of the audience wlio lmd gone there to air their views on , politics kept una runninK fireof inter jections of a feebly humorous nature —such ns ' Don't. Cry,' ' 'Ow about them 'atters,' and so fortb, till the chairman threatened to have them re moved ; but there -was not the same angry tone about the opposition aa there was in the meeting that assailed Sir Edmund Barton at the Town Hall. The principal points of Sir William Lvne's speech were, naturally, liis de fence of the tai-iff, and his denial of the charge that, the Government had sacri ficed its principles at the bidding of the Labour party. On tlie former point he showed great a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Judge Slowly. It is not always an easy matter to judge correctly of the quality .of things. Luss than one in a thousand T)f us is capable (if accurately estimating the worth of a picture ; not incii ii than one in a hundred the quality of a horse. In general, judgments rapidly inadearc of small value. ''Did you ever notice,' recently inquired a visitor to an English University town of Ilia companion, as they sat together on a verandah, 'tlmt queer-looking old fellow with the idiotic' face, turned-lip eoat collar, and boots seven sizes too large, who passcs here every morn ing at eleven?' '? Many a time,' replied the other. 'He is Professor of Comparative Grammar to the \University of ? , mid speaks fourteen modern languages, to say nothing of his mastery of U reck, 'Latin, mill Hebrew.' The incident will serve to show the futility of superficial judgment. Many judgments which pass unchallenged are none the less deplorably wrong, more especially in matters which require a practical t...

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 — 27 February 1903

I . ===== The Gratitude Ok a Gasino Citizen Heartily Ex pressed for the Public Good. Gratitude, says an old writer, 'is the anisic of tho heart when its chords are swept by kindness.' Many a heart string has been touched in Casino under just such circumstances as those surrounding the case of Mrs. Sinipkins, and many are they whose gratitude is so great that a description in words fails, because cold print cannot express feelings. Mrs. D. Sinipkins, who resides at the corner of North and Walker streets, Casino, grate fully acknowledges benefit from the ' Little Conqueror ' in tlie following words: — 'I really do believe Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to be a grand remedy for kidney complaint, they are really splendid. Many years ago I in jured my back by a fall, and over siuce then I have suffered from a weakness right across the small of tho back, and dull aching pains over the kidneys, which were so bad at times that I could scarcely move about. My daughter got me some of Doan's Bac...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Aid to Drought Sufferers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Aid to Drought. Sufferers. I.N connection with the drought relief fund, the general purposes com mittee of the Presbyterian Church, 011 the suggestion of the Moderator, has resolved to invite every congregation in the Church to take up a collection for the fund 011 Sunday, March 8, all contributions thus obtained to be for warded iu the first instance to the Rev. Dr. Cameron, Presbyterian Church offices, Sydney. Mr. William Wood, financial secretary of the Church, has been nominated by the Moderator as presbytery representative on the committee.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. Latest Acceptances. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

SI'Ofit'Bi'SXW RISWS. latest Accciitaiiccs. MELBOURNE.: Tiiuiisday. .... Final acceptances for the V.R.C.- Au- tumn Meeting : — The St. Lupun — To bo rim Feb. 28. Riciizi AbundancQ Great Scot ? Barmaid filly. Australian Cup- To be run March 3. at lb at lb Flagship ... -) 0 Rienzi .. 7 3 Almnilancb. .8 10 Acrasia... 7 1 Footbolt ... 8 8 Atlianie... 0 1] , ??] Vanity Fair S M A'.ljiiftur . 0 7' I (JroatScot.. 8 0 Lord Kit I'atronus ...' 7 11 clieucr .. 0 7 I

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

iVniTiage. St. 'Paul's Presbyterian Church, Lis more, was tho scene of a large gathering An-Wednesday, last . week, -to .witness the : marriage of - Alderman RichardJ.S.1 K.1 1 Balineraud Miss Milcah Roach. Buchan- an; Tho pulpit and 'surrounding pows wero gaily dookod with ovorgreens, flow ers, and ferns, while overhead, linng the j wedding bell.. At . noon the bridegroom | entered tlio church, accompanied by his j groomsmen (Mr. Robert Balmor and tvuvnormau newiii;... ine orictai party ?followed, the bride being escorted by lior brother-in-law, Mr. W; jii. ,-Lockott. who gavo hor away,-and accompanied by Miss Cora .Lockett-;and Miss Flick, brides maids. -The bride, attired in a dainty : costume of white : book musliu with pointed averskirt, tucked and trimmed with rows of white; satin ribbon, -lace in ...wi i..,..; f..iii0' a.-. exceedingly : woll. Tlio bridal veil was of tulle, embroidered with silk, caught up with sprays of orange blossoms, and i ''she'; carried the usual sliowo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Advertisements. PLANT NOW. — All kinds of Evergreens and Tropical Trees, Ouavas, Orna mental Trees, Hoscsi &c. , in pots from Is. Paspahun Dilitatiini Koots, &c.', lo be had from.D. J. M'AULIFFlil, Greenridgc, agent for Sydney jind Brisbane Nurserymen. QASINO ; JOCKEY CLUB Ah Adjourned Committee Meeting will bo held at TattersallVHotol, TO-MOREOW (SATURDAY) NIGHT, at 8 o'clock. . Business: To draft Programme for the Annual Race Mooting, , W. H. CARMONT, Socretary. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE SOCIETY OF AUSTRALASIA. . The Usual 'Fortnightly Meeting of the Star of Casino Lodge will he held in the Masonic Hall, on TUESDAY NIGHT, the . 3rd MARCH. GEO.' ANDREWS, - ?- . ' ? Secrivtary. j^j'' OTIC E .All Persons' found ' TRESPASSING, .SHOOTING, or otherwise; on Sandilands, will bc PROSECUTKl), C. A. BRUXNER. ' Sandilands , c ? : AUCTION SALES. . TO-MORROW, v ! SATURDAY, . 2Sth FEBRUARY. . ?At Muldoon's Old Auction' Room, North fetrcet, near Moylan's Hotel. . , To'Storekoepers, Hote...

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Latest Betting. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

Latest BSctting. - MELBOURNE, Thuhsday. Newmarket Handicap.'— Six to one v. Dulcimer, 7 to 1 Purser, 8 to 1 Tip-Top; 10 to 1 Sir Leonard and Chautress, 14 to 1- Fishery. ? ? -v ? ' A mekting of the coinmittee of Casino Jockey Club will be held at Tattersall's Hotel, to-nifirrow (Saturdaj') night. .Cess Charlton knocked' Frank Molloy out in the sixth round of a boxing match at Ballina, on jSatimTay last. At the con clusion of the match,' Andy Callaghan challenged the winner, undertaking to knock him out in eight rounds, the match to bd for L20 a sidts. Charlton accepted the chiillcngc. , ; ' 'Billy' M'Kell defetited 'Nugget' Davis at Lisiiioro, oil Monday night, the latter throwing up the sponge at the eighth round.

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