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

ISnllinn. . The schooner Eliza Allan came across, the bar ill full- sail on Wednesday after-, noon (says the ' Boacon'), the sight be ing a: very pretty ono. She theu sailed right up the river.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

' XB^Vs. The City Council has adopted a schema f'i- the regrading of employees, to cflccb a Having of £1900 a year. 1 .. . A tost ense respecting the powers -of rabbit, inspectors was heard at Albury, when a grazier was lined for obstructing an inspector ill the execution of his duty. The. Afrikander Bond is likely to call an assembly of Dutch Reformed minis ters, witli a view to promoting Mr. Jan Hof meyr.'s conciliatory declaration. The degree of Doctor1 of Divinity has been conferred 011 tho Rev. F. I»vnghani, the Fiji missionary, by the Glasgow Uni versity. The Cambridge Universily has. con- . : furred tho. degree of Doctor of Divinity . ; . lipou the Bishop of Gippsland. - Cavanoijoii's Liver Tonic never fails to ? givo relief in all liver and kidney complaint's. For salo at nil stores.* . ? By a majority, the Full Court hiis^de- , . , ciiled-rbat aii aldeinian cannot .continue-, to'hold' liis* position after being struck off the elect- -ral roll.' - -»4 ' As the colonies -grow...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

rriHB NORTH COAST STEAM NAVI ' J_ GATION COMPANY, Limited. express Passenger and Cargo Service £ Between the RICHMOND RIVER and I ? SYDNEY. I pnHE fast and powerful I WNwySSg X acre.v Steamships 1 1 RAMORNIE & TOMKI t Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, i loavin« Sydney TDESDA Y and S.ATCR ! DAY,°and leaving CORAKI on TUES ?f DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon)- ' ? . i; The fine steamer RAMORNIE now making regular weekly trips has a ref.ri 4 'erating chamber equal to GO tons ?s capacity; ' is' lighted'- throughout. -with.. electricity, ventilating fans in tile Saloon, ? .Hid all mordern improvements. Tho steamer ST. GEORGE leaving. ! Sydney on Thursday will also make weekly nips to tho River, calling at Newcastle coming Noith. 5 Intending Passengers can engage Berths nil Toniki, St. George, or Ramovnio by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that .nil, _ com- munication's regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

SYDN15VT MARKET PRICKS. ? m Following are the wholesale quotations i» Sussex-street, Sydney ; — Wheat: South Australian, choice milling. 5s 8Jcl to 5s ild, f.o.b. Port Adelaide ; Culi format). in Sydney, 5s 7-1 ; to arrive, 4s G.^d , ; to 4s 7d ; Argentine, to arrive, 4s to 4s Id - per bushel. Flour: Sydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, oil spot in Syilney, £13 5s to £13 103. Miuze : Prime river, 4s lOd to 4a lid per bushel ; Argentine, 4s lUd to 4s lid. Brim, is 3d per bushel. Pollard, Is 7d per bushel. Cliickwlie.it : Prime, as lOd to us lOJd per bnshel; medium, 5» Gil. Burley : Prime feed, to Is Gd per bushel. Oats: Tasmanian, feed, to 3s; prime, 3s Id; New Zealand. prime, 3s 2d; good, to 2s lid; inferior, from 2s (id ; choice seed, to 3s lOd per bushel. Oaten llay : Local, prime, £7 to £7 5s per ton; medium, £6; inferior, from £4 Ids; Victorian, prime manger, £7 ; derrick, £6. ' Lucerne Hay : Huuter River, what f price, prime, £5 5s to £5 10s; extra choice, £5 J5s ; Rai...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICKS CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

COMMERCIAL MEWS. ! LOCAL PRICKS CURRENT. Ii. if. Express Office, Monday. Following aro tlio limitations for farm mid dairy produco ruling in Casino to-day : — WlIOMtfALK. ItKTAIL. £ B n £ 8 D Maize, por bu^liul . . 0 5 0 0 0 0 Chaff, por cu t.. .. 0 8 (i 0 0 0 Hay, oaten, per toil ..9 0 0 0 10 0 Oats, per bushel ..0 4 0 0 5 0 E^'gH, per doz-iii . . 0 12 0 14 Butter, local factory.. 0 1 1J 0 14 Uuttcr, dairy .. . . 0 0 11 0 11

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Coraki. On Monday last woek Miss Millie Cruighton, aged 15 years and ? four months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Creighton, passed away at Mrs. Camp bell's residence, Coraki, after a lingering illness, from consumption. The storm on Wednesday aftornoou was accompaniod by torrilie wind (says tho 'R.R. Herald''). At Codrinston the rosidenco of Mr. Felix. Baker was demolished. The old Presbytorian Church at Mr. G. Baillie's was wrecked, Mr. Allen Livingstone's barn was blown into the river, and tho roof of his kitchen carried away. Other buildings also had a bad time, and trees and fences were levelled in all directions. It was a severe snap, and tho roar of the wind could bo heard miles away. A' sulky in which Miss O'Counor,' daughter of Mr. J. O'Connor, of Swan .Bay, tind two lady friends wero' driving a few days ago, was overturned at Oak land. The: trap was badly smashed, but the occupants: -escaped -with a -sevoro bruising. ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

News cof the District, liisuiarn. Miss Ckawfokd, of Molong, liasheoti appointed matron of the Lismore Hos pital, to succeed Miss Manning. Thore wero 13 applicants. Railway Resumption Arbitration Case. —Tho case of E. Flood's Estato v. the Constructing Authority, being a claim for resumption of land, damagos, etc., on the Tuustall Estate, situated ou the Lismore-Casiuo railway lino, was con cluded on Thursday (says Saturday's ' Star'), and tho award has been mado under seal. Tho course now is for ono of tho parties to take up the award, which, having beon done, tho particulars will be disclosed. Evidonco has been brought forward from auctioneers, valu ators, landowners, and other experts. The proceedings lastod eight days, and the award will bo looked for with con siderable intorost by owners who havo liad land similarly resumed. Tho Lisinore Council has a credit bal ance on all their accounts, tho water account being in credit to the amount of £715 9d lid, the general account £434 5...

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

A; Ciu'ioasjJUrenni. j ,vj ' A cicciirv with a ' wild west' exhi bition of American rough riders,'. visited ii Queensland back blocks, centre recently, where everybody al _niost in ilie community can ' stick' ou buck jumpers barebacked. A cor respondent thus gives a report of the proceedings :— 'Tlie best riders of the froupe undertook to ride some horses the .sens of a local settler offered to bring in for their amusement. The horses duly arrived, and the pic turesque cowboys essayed to ride them. Tliey were, to do them justice, pretty smart at getting into a saddle, but quick as they were they got out of it in about a fraction of the time 1 onco the colonial rings got to work. After being repeatedly discharged from the pigskin with a velocity tlint surprised the -would-be riders and amused the bystanders, the settlers' sons were jeeringly invited to try con clusions with the buckjumpers. The boys smilingly complied, jumped into the saddles, and after 10 minutes' display, during wh...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casino School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Cnshio School of Avis. | The committee of the local School of t Arts met itr the library on Wednosday ? evening last, February 25th, when the .; following members were present:— ; Messrs. W. G. Simpson (chair), F. Stitz G. Stitz, J Gray, B. S. May, S. P. Dart) and tlio socretary, Mr. A. J. Junor. Tho minutes of last regular and special mootings woro read and confirmed on the motion of Mr. F. Stitz, seconded by Mr. May. ? - CORRESPONDENCE. From W. M'Koll, applying fer the use of tho hall for the purpose of giving an ' exhibition of boxing. From A. Hodge, Captain of tho Sal vation Army, applying on behalf of tlio S. A. Biograme Co., for the use of tho hall for Friday, April 10th. From tho Secretary Oddfellows' Ath- letic Club, applying for the hall on the 13th April, for tho purpose of holdiii» their annual ball. D From Mr. W. Riloy, on behalf of the Sisters of Morcy, applying for the hall on tho 17th March for a concert. From Secretary School of Arts, Moree, seeking iuformatiou-ro th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Latest JSTews. I ? ? » — [BY TELEGRAPH.] 1 LONDON, Sunday. Heavy gales and. wrecks have occurred 'throughout Groat Britain. Tlio steamer Fingal, from Australia, dragged her anchors aud was strandod at Northwall. Incoming steamers report tho worst hurricane experienced off tho British . coast for tho past twenty years. A violent storm aud ensuing Hoods caused great Uauiage in me l-Norui 01 ire Imid and tins West of Scotland. A train of ton carriages was blown side down across another section of metals on a via duct at ITIverstono, Lancashire, and 30 persons were injured. The roof of tho residence of the Rev. Mr. Deuington, Primitive Methodist minister at Hetton lo-II'ilo, Durham, was destroyed. The Row Mr. Dewington, who was asleep at the time, was killed, and his wife was seriously injured. Many ' houses were unroofed at Dublin, where scveial fatal ities are reported. During the gale H M S. Resolution was continually washed by huge seas ; the waves bent an armoured door, and snapped...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ah Old Advertisement. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Am OliI Advertisement. Among the extracts in the London If 'Times' on January 7, reprinted || from its issue of January 7, 1BU3, was jl the original advertisement of Mr, || ^queers, of Dotlieboy's Hall. M j This famous character of Dickens' || -\'iw ? really a Mr. Simpson, who kept, jl f an acadamy for young gentleineii' || at Woden Croft Lodge, near Barnard. || Castle, Yorkshire. The advertisement m reads «as follows: — || ; . At Mr. SIMPSON'S ACADEMY, | Woden Croft Lodge, Yorkshire, uerti* 1 Barnard Castle. YOUNG GUNTliH- | .MEN are boar.ded, and accurately in- | structed in tho English, Latin, and 1 Greek Languages ; Writing, Arithmu tic, Merchants' Accounts, and tlio | most useful branches of the Mailie- I maties, on the following terms, viz. ^ Entrance, half a guinea ; ftom 0 to 9 M years of age, 10 guineas per aim.; m tho French Language taught by a |j Native of France, at. one guinea per II aim. extra. The health and morals of M Pupils are strictly attended to. Fur- 1 tlier i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

PITH .1 X I)- WHSiT. Lent. Moro typhoid. Glorious ruins. Scarlatina aud fever. Coraki Show next Friday., ? Drivers, use lights at nighit. ? Terrible storms in Great Britain. . Inspector of Nuisauces on the w'at path. Tho rain moans expenditure for tho Council. ' Groat Methodist tea meeting on the 11th instant. ivlr. Flood, stock agent at Coonainble, has succumbed to typhoid. Tho ostimates of tho cost of Mr Chamberlain's tour put it at L'2209. Six ostrich, chicks were hatched at Hawkosbiiry Agricultural Oollego re cently. Mr. J. 'L. Vincent, an experienced man ill medicino, is at present in Casino, vide adyt. ; ? ' ; ? There was a great demonstration at Capotown to say good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain..' - ? ' Mrs. Ewing, mother of Mr. T. T. Ew ing, M.H 11., and Mis. Pope, of Casino, died iu Sydney on Sunday last. Mr. John Madden, Casino, was the winner of tho guessing contest in con nection. with;tho lat6 Lismoie: Sho\v. . Crouch's retiring from business sale will be continued f...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Local and General Hews. . ? ♦ ? Local Market Report. — Mr. James B. M'Dougall reports having sold the following : — Light Horses : 1 at LG 7s Gd, 1 at L3 10s. I at LG, 1 at LI0, 1 at L4, 1 at L5, 1 at LIS, 1 at LG, 1 at LG 12s 6d, 1 at L4 4s. Light Draughts: 1 atL19 10s, 1 at Ll05s, 1 at-L9, lat LlO, 1 at Lll 5s, 1 at LG, 2 for LI 5. Store Bullocks : 2 at L7 2s Gd. Land : Three allotments at Kyogle at £20 each. Mail Time-Table. — The Postmaster General notifies that from and after March 7th tho mail service between Coraki and Casino will be as follows : — Leave Coraki on Saturday, Sunday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at 5 p. m. ; arrivo Codrington 6 p.m.; Tatham 7. 10, Green ridge 8.10, and Casino at 9 p.m. Casino Hospital, — A large amount of business occupied the attention of the committee of Casino Hospital on/Friday evening last. Amongst the business transacted was the appointment of Nurse Sly, of Th-irlmore Home, as Matron, aud of Nurse Walshe, of St. Vincent's Ho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

JR E I G A TE! IRRIGATE! ! E-OZE&^S^XalES : Sami Rotary Pumps and Galvanised Irou Water Troughs, Cheap. Irrigation Plants Erected if Required. Separators a -Sm»AL!TXv and Repaired. AGRICULTURAL: IMPLEMENTS. . Separator Oil. aud - Rubber Rings; A Monky Advanced : on 'any Class c.f Sccruity in sums to suit Borrowers. ? ^eil -Harper, Cehtimeo Engineer & Genuual Agent. Sore Eyes in Cattle SHOULD ymii' - Herd be 'attanked with BLIGHT, dmr't neglet tlieiii. L'elay means loss— loss of Eyes aud loss of money. 'i'lie Etcincily is Moriime's Stoek Eye Lotioa You should take notice of tlio Eyes, - night and morning, and as soon as you see the animal closing the eyes, and the eye discharging a watery fluid, the , EYE LOTION should be used without delay as it will prevent any scum covering the eyes. t GEO. MORTIMER, CHEMIST & DENTIST, BARKER STREET, CASINO. jyEAD & REFRESH YOUR MEMORY Golemarae and Sons Euc&lypte Preparations AUK STILL -? ipr' Purest and Be...

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

Tho loader of the Irish Nationalists has warned tho Government that 'tp settle tho Irish land question, a, very largo freo grant will be required. , I Mr. H. B. Lefroy, Agent-Genoral foi-. West Australia, has published a letter, in the. 'Morning Post,' in which lie justifies the State construction of public works, and ridicules the allegations of wanton oxtravagance, and the idea of repudiation. There is in London one steam laundry, with sevon miles of drying lines nil uudor cover. Eighty thousand pieces, can bo dried at onco in a little over half-an-hour. A _ meteor of singular beauty and brilliance was observed at Harden, in tho western sky at 11-30 on Wednesday night. After travelling somo distance in a northerly course it burst into many pieces, During its transit the night was rendorod as bright as- day, with a purple light, and its disappearance was marked by a low rumbliug noise rosemb ling distant thunder. Tho tender of tho Commonwealth Portland Cement Company, Lithgow, has ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dividing Sugar Rebate. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

Dividing Sugar ICebatc. At the annual meeting of the Cane growers Association, at Geraldlon, Queensland, much dissatisfaction was expressed regarding tho treatment of farmers in the matter of paying only one-third of tho bonus in cash, tho company thus taking what is regarded as an undue advantage of profiting by the Federal legislation at the expense of their tenants. The new ncrreement was also condemned as one-sided, giving the C.S.R. Company, all the power, without regard to the equitable treatment of tenants. Mr. George E. Markwell v.'as empowered to proceed to Sydney and interview Mr. Knox on the subject of securing more reason able terms. Tha Somali Mullah haying withdrawn liis forces into the interior, the British luism have been advanced conesp md An offur has been received,l-y the^Stytci.; Government from au English company, to construct tlio North Shore bridge, the1 company being prepared to accept pay- I ment in Government debentures.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASINO LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

CASIXO Yj.*.KS- I Before Messrs. W. Freoman (Chair man), S. Garrard, and D. Campbell, members of tho Board, the following matters woro dealt with : — Monday, :23rd February. FOR CONSIDERATION. - Nathaniel Corrigan, ocp, 200 acres ; survey of 200 acres directed Nathaniel Corrigan, c 1, 300 acres ; survey of 150 acreB directed Mann Corrigan, ocp 200 acres and c 1 300 acres ; deemed withdrawn Charles Hancock, jun., a c p, 150 acres ; survey of 150 acres directed Jonas Adam, c 1, 150 acres ; confirmed for 71 o acres ; rent 4Ad per aero Jonas Adam, c 1, 100' acres ; confirmed for 110 acres ; rent 4d acre Alfred Collins, c 1, 300 acres ; con firmed for 307 acro3 ; ront 3id acre John Turner, c p, 108 acres ; con firmed ; Crown improvements iippraised at £6 W. M. Walters, c p, '142 acres ; con ? firmed W. M. Waltors, c 1, 426 acres' ; con firmed ; rent 4id acre' J. T. Martin, c .p; '100 acres con- firmed J. T. Martin, o 1, 300 'acres ; con firmed ; rent lid aero Robert Mulvena, c p 320 acre...

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

Honey as Food. It is a fact, generally known that , starch and sugar must uudergo a di gestive change before tliey are assimi lated. But it is not generally known that, in honey this change has been made to a considerable extent by tlio bees. A writer in 'Health' explains that, honey is easy to assimilate, is concentrated, and furnishes the same elements- of nutrition as starch and -sugar, imparting warmth ar.d energy.; i- As a medicine houey.has great value and many uses. It is excellent in' most lung and throat affections, and is often nsi-d with great benefit in place'of cod liver. Occasionally there is a person with wli'cm it does hot . agree, but most people can lenru to use it with, beneficial results. Child .ren, who have natural appetites, prefer it. to butter. Honey is a laxative nntl sedative, and in, diseases of the bladder and kidneys it is an excellent remedy. It has much the snnie effect as wine or . stimulants, without their in jurious. effects, and is unequalled in m...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Exemplary Tales. THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 3 March 1903

ISxemplary Tales. I ? : ? :? ? ? 1 THE ANT AXD THE GliASSHOI'l'KI!. ? I A GHASSuoT'i'ER aiid an Ant lived in a Paddock. The Part where the Ant lived wns not very Productive, but he managed to knock a Living out of it after paying the interest on the Mort gage to. the Grasshopper. The Grass hopper lived on his Mortgnges, lie had a Fat Thing of it. One time there came a Severe Winter, and the Ant lost all bis Means of Livelihood, and was reduced to feeding his Family on Bread and Golden Syrup, -which did not agree with them to anv Great. ISxtent. At this Point1 came a Meddlesome Busybody, who suggested to the Grasshopper that it would be a Fair Thing to give the Ant a. Leg Up' to help along till Better Times. But the Grasshopper retired into liis luxur ious Hole in a Tree, and closed the Doors and pulled dowii the Blinds with a Jerk. ' I shall do nothing of the sort,' lie said; ' I see no signs' of Distress any where. These remarks are always exaggerated.'' Moral : It is far Wiser not...

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

A ISehate Question. The following question with regard to the rebate 011 sugar wns referred to the Sub-Collector of Customs, at Ban daberg : — A farmer last year applied for a certificate for growing cane un der the white labour conditions, the cane ? having been planted only by coloured labour prior to the Act coin ing into force. Last year lie had no thing 011 the land worth* harvesting, If and the crop is still standing, while | labour only having been employed i» 1 its cultivation since the issue of tlio | certificate. Is he still eligible for tlio i bonus 011 his crop, or is it nece-ssiuy | for him to again apply for a certiljc* j| ate, and would he be eligible under i the new Act coming into force as from 3lst March next? To this the Sub* i Collector replied that in his opinion 1 the man would bo eligible for lj'«? || bonus, he having already been t-ered, and white, labour only lmviii.s; g been employed since the registration. || Uahisu; Printed mid iiitblLslial by Jam us ('il...

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