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

The Tweed. A new - butcher has reducod the price of meat at Murwilluinbah. Young Jack Cusack, son of Mr. James G'usack, South Murwilluinbah, has (says the ; local 'Herald') been appointed junior porter at Byron Bay railwuy station. Messrs. Waldrou and Sons, Tygalgali, are progressive farmers. They have re 'cently marketed six acres of their maizo crop, and it averaged over 80 bushols to the acre. Tho remaining 40 acres pro mise to be even better than that.— ' Herald.' On Saturday, in a rille match, tlio Grafton riflemen defeated those of Broken Hill West by eight points. An absurd paragraph, stating that 'about 300 men, most of thom married, with families, are out of work ut Casino,' has been going the rounds of tho Press. The announcement was made about a fortnight ayo that about 300 men, as described, \yore out of work at Albury ; but Albury is a long way distant from Casino, . and, bad us tilings aro. represented to bo hero, there is absolutely no truth in tho referonco to this t...

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

ltallina. The steamer Lady Musgrave now ships approximately between 300 and 400 boxes of butter per week from tho rivers for Brisbane. The Revs? J. W. Upjohn (Anglican) and R. B. Bowes (Wesleyan) both leavo this week on holiday trips to tho uietro pons. With regard to a. par. in a recent issuo to the effect that several cases of typhoid had been reported in town, we loarn that none of the casos originated in Ballina, all having come from outside centres. — '.Beacon.'

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

Latest News; TBY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Wednesday. Four hundred prominent persons at tended ft farewell banquet, to the Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain at Capetown. In the conrso of bis speech Mr. Cham berlain said be hoped such good feeling might prevail as would justify the clear ing of tlio State by tlio release of all politicnl o (lenders. 'Tho Times' statos that if any states man inspiring less commons uimu »n. Chamberlain recommended an amnesty, tho British people would regard the step with deep misgivings. Mr. Chamberlain promised a deputa tion of Australians at Capetown that ho would uso his influence to procure the release of Lieutenant Witton/aiul would present the petition to tho King. It is reported in Johannesburg that Gonorals .Botha, De la Rey, and Dr. Smuts declined seats in the projected Legislative Council owing to tho pre sence therein of Andries Cronjo, an' ox National Scout. An amendment moved on the' Address- j in-Reply, in the House of Commons, to ' the ofl'oct tha...

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

A Cold at This Season is most annoy h-gv aud should not be neglected. Chambei'iain'U' Cough Remedy will relieve the lungs, make expectoration easy, ctlcct a quick cure am) leave the system in u healthy condition. always cures and cures quickly. A C, Simpson, Caaino, sqIIs. it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Richmond River Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

^CORRESPONWENCfli. (To the Editor of the Richmond Jtivcr Kxprcxa.) 'DeaIi Sir, — Will you kindly publish tho onclosed, and this. letter also ? Some little time ago I felt that it was liocos sary to havo tolophonic communication all over the district. Chines at that time was applying for a bureau. I sug gested that a trial should bo given of this. This has not vet been carried out, and the Department explains that, since Bexhill was between (Jlunos and Lis- I more,, it would bo necessary to bring that in also Boxhill formed no part of my suggestion. Would it bo possible for any of tho places mentioned to offer the Department half cost (if altering tho connections and providing for tho ordi nary.silencn cabinots ? This cost appears to be tho trouble. If thoy would bo pre pared to make that offer, I would see if I cannot get the Government to , do tho other half. — Yours faithfully, Thos. T. Ewino. Royal Exchange, Sydnoy, 23/2/03. Postmaster - General's Department, Melbourne, 18th Foba...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 27 February 1903

THIS WEATHER.. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.. ? BRISBANE, Thursday; Nbw South Wamjs. — Thunderstorms in tho north and north-east, under tho influence of the monsoon ' Bird ?' iiiost ly fine in other parts of the St/ite.' Fresh snutherlics south from Newcastle. | Various portions of the Parrainatta I district reported on Tuesday morning iJast a storm of nuul resembling fine rod clay. ... 1 In his cpbech ut Capetown on Friday, } Mr. Chamberlain said that the time 'of j his active service to the Empire was 1 drawing to a closo. Tho groatesthappi | ness of liis life, said Mr. Chamberlain, j would bo if his last act of statesmanship J united tho two White races of South I Africa.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Important Insurance Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Important Insurance Decision. A DKCistux of importance to those who are interested iu insurance matters was given by Mr. Justice Walker iu the Bankruptcy Court, Sydney, last week. Fourteen years ago a man took out a policy with the A.M.P. Society on his life tor £500, payable at. death. In March of last year he borrowed £110 15s 8d on -the policy, and paid the cheque to a man who held his promissory-note, upon which about £84 was then due. He, of course. received back the promissory-note and the difference between £110 and £84. Two months later his estate was se questrated. The official assignee now came in and ar.ked the Court to direct the re-payment of £84 to him as be ing part of the bankrupt's estate, and on the ground that the payment away of the amount by the bankrupt waS giving a preference to one creditor over the others. His Honor held that under the A.M.P. Society Act relating to the protection of policies issued by the society, and the Life Assurance Encouragement Act, 1...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Coraki Co-operative Butter Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

€or.iki Co-Operative Butter Co., I Limited. Tin Lalf-yeai-Iy meeting of filinre f lioldeis of the. above Company took ]-l-ice ou Saturday, February 21st, at Goiaki There were about 50 sliare lioldeis present. Air. C. J. M'Rac, cliaiiman of directors, occupied the clian, supported by Messrs. Hether mgton, Gooley, aud Pockley (diroc tois) Before the business of the meeting commenced, the Chaiiman announced the re-election to the Board, Unopposed | of Mr. C. Hetherington, Mi T Dickson, and Mr. H. C. Pock loj Afttr the minutes of the last * meeting w ere read and confirmed, the? Ch.mman moved the adoption of the lepoit foi the half-year ending Janu ary '25, 1903, which was seconded by Mr. J. H. C. Harper. The report, the - Chairman said, could be considered satisfactoiy, in view of the continued dry time experienced by dairymen and all classes on the River; still, the shareholders could congratulate them selves that the business and general turnover of the Company was most gratifying. T...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

. Australiiaii Cup to;be run to-day (Tttes-: day). - jwTlio - lpssio'ii u tho'.- A'..- AvT.C. -iiui turn 11 meeting'hvas about £13o0-' ' ; 1 : Programme for Casiiio- races, 'to be ' held on May 1st, appears 'ih this issue. -': Tlio- jStaliion Olan .'Stuart has been se'eurod by the Messrs. White for- their Bell-trees stud. ? » ' Wo hear a lot about racing in Bris bane having deteriorated,' said a repre sentative ;of the modern school to a veteran turlito. ' Now, candidly speak ing; in wbat-do you see t'lie great deteri oration—in the- horses or tlio riders ' In tho owners,' repliod tlio veteran sententiously. An oft'ort is to be made to reorganise the Woodburn Jockey drib, and it is likely a race meeting will follow Lismore and Coraki- in August next. ?The second doposit in the Pearce v. Tressider sculling championship has been paid over, and both men aro in the pink of condition for their coming raco. Word comes from Victoria of . the death of the thoroughbred stallion The Musketeer...

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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Saturday. Flying Handicap— Dmn Dam 1, Hello 2, Salvous 3. Park. Stakos — Clydesda'e 1, Isis 2, fllorry Jest 3. Stewards'.Mile— Alaunah 1,- Bombshell 2', Fitzroy 3. ??? ,. | Two:Year;01d Handicap — Amyas-, 1, Graft 2, Streamlet^. ? Canterbury r. Handicap— Equator 1, . Redeemed 2, Torchon 3. Shorts Handicap —Smith -1, Borwiek 2, Rewina 3. ' r- i.w ? ? ?'

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

[By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Monday. The Produce Market. Butter : Pasteurised,' Is lAd per lb; best creamery,. Is Id ; factory, Is. \ Maizo : Northern rivers, new, 5s ; Argen tine, 4s lOd to 5s per bushel. Eggs : Noithern rivers, -15d to lGd per dunu.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. V R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ST. LEGER DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

' ? !S INHCTS .Wi! A 13 U'.S . - V R.C. AUTUMN MEE TING. ' St. Leueii Dav— Satuhiiay. Hopeful Stakes — Lady Doris 1, Sin nang 2, Millard 3. St. Logor Stakes — Abundance 1, Great Scot 2, Rionzi S. Newmarket Handicap, 0 furlongs — Chantress, 8-9, 1 ; Independence, 7-1, 2 ; Wairiri, 8-11, 3. Produco Stakos — Swoet Nell 1, F.J. A. 2, Cherson 3. Essondon ? Stakes — Wakeful 1, The Victory 2, Vanity Fair 3. Brunswick Handicap —Patron us 1, Bivalve 2, Parvo3 ' I

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BRISBANE MARKET PRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

? ? ?BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. \ ? Following were the wholesale pi ices in Brisbane on Friday :— Maize :. Argentine, to 4s lOd per bushel. Bran, £7 per ton ; pollard, to £9. Chaff : O.iteii, prime, £G 15s pet?ton. Potatoes: Victoiian, £4 to £4 5s per tori ; ' Circular Head, £5 15s. c Hams : Pineapple, Is to Is Id ; Mild Cure, Is per lb. Bacon : Pineapple, flitches and sides, 12d ; lM ild Cure, Hitchcs, 12d, and sides I4d per ll-. Butter: Local, factory, to 13d per lb; southern, to 13d. Cheese : Local, 7Ad to Sd per lb. - ? ~ » * Fat Cattle. — At Homebush, onThursday ' last, there were 897 head of cattle yarded, being made up largely of medium and light condition, with a fair number 'f prime in cluded, the quality, on tl:e whole, showed a decided improvement 011 the lute average. _ Competition was good for best cattle, but lestricted for others. The market nil round was lower, most notable on the poorer sorts. Quotations: Yards of prime bullocks, £12 to £13 10a ; prime and heavy bulloc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Dairy Butter ]0d por lb;— Crouch's Trade Palace. Advertisements. '.jyj-ET.HODIST CHURCH, CASINO. Thanksgiving Day, Sunday, 8th March. . ' - ? Special Sermons will bo preached'— 1 1 a nV. , Mr. J. Hutchinson: 7 30 pm., Mr. S. 1\ Dart. ?'£ -:-T A -Golden' 'Offering will bo ? taken riip. -at' each Service. . ; Preparatory Services —Wednesday';' 4th March'; Friday, Gtli March,- at 7.30.' Spccial: Music sit Kncli Servicc- . JP O : It b A L . 12. FOR SALE, near- Lisinore, 150 LONG WOOL WETHERS,: ages 2 and 3 years; mostly 3 years, can pick from mob of 200, well- bred, six months'- wool. Splonduleon dition, will fatten to !)3 lbs very, few weeks on good grass. .' Price,. 18s. - . - f .. _ JOHN POLLARD,, , -.-Wyrallah Road,- Lismo-.-e. p U' b'l I C N O T I C E. . Oil and after . SIARCH. 1st my Pricos for BEEF will be as -follows - . Sirloin Rjiast i : ?; vi.i.-fid lb ;, Rump Stoak ... .. 0d lb ! Other Beef r, ... ' .. .IVl lb i Corned Round ...' r'%. - v.-,-..;. 0d lb . 1 ! .Corned Beef ' ,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Mr. Adrian.. Hoyfmer, lender of tho Africander Bond, in tho course of 1111 interview, said that the tour of the Colonial Secretary was generally a success. Mr. Chamberlain wue wise in talking to the people individually instead of keepiug within the official ring fencc. All the people were incliued to trust him, and all sonsib'e citizens wore loyal Good finds of gold are rop -rted from Turnagulla, Victoria. A nugget woigh ing 80oz. has been found by Lancaster and party. a- Tho basis of every tender for new Government buildings will be the- mini mum labour wage and trade union rates or skilled artisaus. f

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North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

XiH'lli Coiust Sta jinny. Tub ' Daily Telegraph' says : — Evi- dence is being taken as to tho advisa bility of constructing a railway from Maitland to South Grafton along the northern coast. Tho cost of the work of 310i miles is set down at £2,050,820, or £8531 per jnile, plus £40,500 for somewhat heavier rails, and that does not iuclude rolling stock. As a rule, estimates aro exceeded, aud, with tlioso additions, it is safer to take the cost at about £3,100,000, and tho interost on capital, at 3A per cent., at £108,500 per annum. Taking the working expenses at the Now South Wales avorago of 01.8 per cent., a new traffic of £284,000 a year would bo needtftl to make the lino self supporting. Now, thore is a good deal to be said for a North Coast, line, as-it would help to open up a tract of country which has- many possibilities. Ou the other hand, it would compete almost for' its whole length with the coastal ship ping, aud, wore it successful, would de teriorate the capital value of...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

J^ENTISTRY ! ^g^DENTISTRY ! Mr. G. MORLEY WADE, WKA'TIST, : : LATE OF SYDNEY, : : - Bogsto inform the residents of Casino and district that I10 continues tho practice of! his Profession at his old address, B a kick 11 Street, Casino, ,- Noxt door to Crouch's Trade Palace, whoro I10 may bo consulted daily. Extractions rondcrcd 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 tho greatest skill and care, and when required tho nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. Artificial Teeth mounted onGold, Vulcanite and Platinum,. Old and broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and made to fit the mouth better than ever. - Also, the most modern style of Gold, Porec liiii, Crown and Bridge Work; and Pivoting of Teeth on Natural Roots. Teeth Sealed and Polished, and greatest attention paid ' to the Regulation of Children's Teeth. Patients may rely 011 receiving every attention, combin...

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The Tweed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

.? T~r~: — . . i / Tiie , 'A'wceil. . Tho Queensland Railway Department has (says' the 'Courier') had plans pre pared of the railway station -to be erected at the Tweed, but a roply is bo ing- awaited from the Now South Wales department on tho question of fixing the site on New South Wales territory. '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

'1-EAWH. . SCHARER — At her late residence, South Casino, MARGARET SCHARER, aged G2 years. Relict of the late Caspkk Sciiarer. . . The Richmond River Express AND TffBp A D V E RT I SB R. Casixo, Tiiksdav, March 3, 1903.

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