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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

George Read, the champion profes-. siotiaf swimmer, rescuod a boy from drowning at Glenelg, Adelaide, on Sunday morning. Tho Victorian Minister of Customs on Saturday received £21 13s 3d in notes and silver, together with an un signed memo, which read-: 14 For gools which have como }uto my possession o:i which the full amount of duty has' not been paid.' CiiAMiiEKLAiN's Couou Rejiedy is a cure for severe colds, persistent eoughs and a preventive of pneumonia. It is the inotlier'd favourite for whooping euugli. It always cures aiul cares quickly, . ? A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sugar Rebates. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

'fl'Iic Sushi* ICehutcs. Tiik .question of sugar rebates was considered at a long meeting of the Federal Cabinet, in Melbourne, on Thursday, but no decision was arrived at. After the meeting, Sir E. Barton said : ' The Cabinet has not decided whether rebate is to be charged ac cording to consumption. The matter is very complicated indeed. As the Constitution aud tlie law stnnd it will be very difficult to turn the rebate provisions into bonus provisions, which would be the foundation of sueh action as Sir John See and Mr. Philp asked for, and if the thing can be done under tho Constitution, it could not be done without fresh legislation, so far as we see .at present, Neverthe less, the whole subject is to be taken carefully into review.' The matter is to be further considered at a Cabinet meeting to be held this week.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Casino Hospital- I The committee of the above institu tion met in the Town Hall on Friday evening Inst, there being present: — ? Messrs. W. G. Simpson (chair), Rev. J. Strang, J. Grieve, J. T, Junor, L. E. Cope, A. R. M'Kellar, A. C. Simp son, F. Stitz, and F. B. Tyrrell, Drs. Stewart and Rutherford were also present: Ail npology was also read for the absence of Mr. JsB. M'Dougall. The minutes of last regular and special meetings -were read and con firmed. CORItESrONDKNCB. From Colonial Treasurer, advising that a special grant of £100 had been paid to the credit of the Hospital. , From the Wardsman, complaining of overwork of the staff, and asking for assistance. From Mr. A. R. Reid re rent, and asking for rebate. From Mr. J. Gibson re donation from Creamery Co. From the Secretary Eight Hours' . Demonstration, Melbourne, donating £1 Is, through Mr. Stitz. ' From Messrs. H. B. May and Co., enclosing cheque for £1, iu response to appeal for membership. From Mrs. A. Campbell, Kyogle, i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EDUCATION. AVAILABLE COLONIAL SCHOLARSHIPS AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

EDUCATION. Availaiilb Colonial- Sciiolahships at Oxford Univkksity. [By J. H. C. Harper.] (Per Favour of tho ' R. R. Express.') In tlie second articlo on tho above subject I snid education enlarges our powers of observation and understand ing, and teaches as how littlo wo need to know, and I am so glad ' Bushman ' has shown his hand. Poor soul ; ho finds Shakespeare's works swamped in bufkiotiery, and the mode of abstraction is too tiresome to be induced. Just fancy 1 And yot this critic has tho effrontery to pose as a writer to the Press. His ignorance. is so glaring and apparent that really ono can come to no other conclusion than this -that up Strathedon way there is a inan sadly in want of a bursary to put him in a posi tion which will [enablo him to eat his own medicine before attempting to belittle tho efforts of other pooplo. Ho has yet to learn, old as he is, that learn ing is like mercury, one of the most powerful and excellent things in tlio world— in skilful hands ; in un...

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 — 6 March 1903

GE\L!IML The effect of lyddite is to bo tried on. flying foxes at Gosford. Cardinal Vaughan, tho Archbishop of Westminster, has sanctioned the use of ? spccial English hymns in tho Roman Ca tholic Church services. Ten pounds of good hay will keep ft horse alivo as long as BOlbs of green olover. imtrwilIuMibah Municipal Council has decided to co-operate with Lismore in ap plying for the establishment of a Circuit Court at the latter town. The death is announced, from America, of Mr. Richard Jordan Gatling, tho in ventor of the Gatling gun, in tho 86th year of his age. An exchango asserts that Quong Tart avows his intention of entering tho N.S. W. political arena. Quong would prove a more intelligent member than some of our present representatives. In Otiigo (N.Z.) tliere are said to bo 800 Australians looking for work. A woman 'may dress as a man in Franco by paying a license :«f £2 per year. ? Cavan'ough's Liver Tonic never fails to give relief in all liver and kidney complaints. Fo...

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 — 6 March 1903

The north coast steam navi GATION COMPANY, Limited e x pITe §s Passenger and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER and SYDNEY. f|1 H E fast and powerful J- scre.v Steamships RAMORNIE & TOMKI Are now running a Bi-weekly Service, leavin' Sydney TUESDAY and SATUR DAY, 'and leaving OORAKI on TUES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The fine steamer RAMORNIE how miking regular weekly trips has a refri gerating chamber equal to GO tons capacity , is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, and all niordern improvements. The steamer ST. GEORGE leaving Svdney on Thursday will also make weekly trips to the River, calling at Newcastle coming Notth. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Tomki, St. George, or Ratnornio by telephoning to Coraki or direct to Lis more, where Saloon plans may be seen. It is specially requested that all com munications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to tho Local Manager, at Coraki, who will immediately in...

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 — 6 March 1903

. Special Advertisements. | Chemist & Dentist | ^ 0090©5-0l» % I GEO. J. MORTIMER, | gCHEMSSI & DEKTI8T,| # Barkku Stkekt, Casino. fj A $ I Painless Dentistry. | | Tooth Extracted Painlessly p 13 v the Aid ok Nitkous- 9 i - ' ? ? Oxide Gas, &c., 5 ? .Local A.ii£cstkeUcs when - v6- . Required; (0 £ Tcctli Stopped in «ol-l and % ? Amalgam 'Fillings. © | i ;— j % AimnciAL Teeth Mounted on § ? P Gold, Platinum, and Vulcanite. » .-? o- TEETH SCALED. -® % Children's TcetlrRegulated. 0 'p .A Largo Stock of Drugs, % .Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries' $ - v Patent Medicines, Perfumery 0 and Toilcl Requisites, always % . d kept m stock, . p - K 'SUCH as -r S ' .Hair Brushes. 4 / P . Tootli«iirusbes.i d . ' V ' - Nail Brushes. . . $ . ^ Combs. 5 0 Tootli Powders. p S Tootli Pastes. . ^ ? i ; . Toilet Soaps. i . Sponges, &c: 0 VSpcctacles to Fit nil Ases- ^ 4 Prescriptions and Family Receipts h) ^ Acouratoly Compounded. £ € Agent foij -P J ; ZOELLBR'S I » Inoculati...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

S 41 CLARKE'S PILLS are warranted to cure, in either sex, all acquired or consitutional Discharges from the Urinary Organs, Gravel, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Estab lished upwards of 30 years. in boxes 4s Gd each, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Proprietors : The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Linoolq. Englaud.

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THE KANGAROO AND THE NIGHTINGALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

THE KANGAROO AND THE NIGHTINGALE. Once upon a time the Old Man Kangaroo and his family were very Hard Up. The grass had died in the ? Ranges and the Saltbush was eaten ^out on the Plains. The Creeks had stopped running, and the Dnststorms were so bad that Old Man Kangaroo's . House was sometimes buried in sand ; but Old Man Kangaroo and his family were poor but Proud, and they put a good Face on things as long as they could. After a while the Nightingale came along, and saw how Things were go ing. So she offered to fly away over the Sea to her Friends, and get help for the Old Man Kangaroo and his family, but the Old Man Kangaroo said ' No! Not while there's a stump of the Saltbush or a Burr of Clover Left. I ain't no Bally Pauper. I Lave Friends of my Own who will help me if I get Hard Up.' So the Night ingale went, back and said, ' He won't take Charity from Strangers. If he ? gets Hard Up his own Friends and Relations will see him through.' Moral : It's up to you to put some thin...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Exemplary Tales. THE DOUBLE DUTCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Exemplary Tales. THE DOUBLE DUTCHMAN. ' Once npoti a time there was a Dutcbrrian who was Two Men, and he I always spoke in Double TJntch. So ?when he got Beaten in a Fight one of him said, 'I will be a Loyal Subject;' 'while the Other of him said, 'Boycott, ?'and Persecute.' Then there came a Man with an Eveerlass from a Far ' Country, and he said, ' I will interview the Double Dutchman, and Show him where be is wrong.' But when he interviewed him he Got Hold of the Wrong Half of the Donble Dutchman — he got. the Half which said, 'I will do my Best to Unite the- Country,' and that was a Double saying iu it self, because he did not explain whether he meant to nnife it under his own Double Dutch Rule or not; and all the while the Other Half of him said, ' Boycott and Persecute.' So the Man with the Eyeglass said, . 'lam Satisfied with my Interview. ? I have shown the Double Dutchman ? 'where ho is Wrong. I would sooner have his Promise than u Ton of Money.' And he departed for his own...

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 — 6 March 1903

Advertisements. WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. TANDY, Casino. MY Celebrated Packcts of MIXED FLOWER SEEDS, now ready, con tain ' choico Asters, Stocks, Carnations, Phlox, Pansies, and many more, all for Is 0tl, post free, from H. A. VOLCKERS, Prince-strcct, Grafton. T OYAL PIONEER LODGE (No. 84), JU M.U.. LO.O.F. . Tho Members of the above Lodge aro requested to meet and welcomc BROTHERS GELDING & COX, of tlio Sydney District Lodge (who aro on a visit to tho Richmond), oii SATURDAY, MARCH 7th, 1903. By order of N.G. ?TAMES GRIEVE, Secretary. N.8.W. Drought Relief Fund. BY authority of a Resolution adopted by the Casino Municipal Couucil, I horp by conveno a Public Meeting, to bo held at tlio Town Hall, on MONDAY 9th MARCH, 1901!, to consider tho best means of obtaining assistance for tho abovo Fund in this District. L. E. COPE, Mayor. Casino, 5th March, 1003. fpEN SHILLINGS REWARD. Lost, from Casino, about tlireo months ago, ono BRINDLE BALLY HEIFER, branded H in hear...

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New England Coastal Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Ncav England €»ast;iMt:iilw:iy. A I'Uiiuc meeting was lield.at Arnii dale on Friday night last, when the matter of the New England .coastal railway connection was discussed. The Mayor presided, and there was a large gathering. Mr. G. B. Braund, presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce, addressed the meeting, pointing- out. what had been done in the-directiou of assisting the claims of the Armidale Soutli Grafton route in preference to either of the other routes submitted, viz., Gtiyra to Coff's Harbour, and Tenterfield to Lismore. Mr. Kennedy had made a flying survey, and reported favourably on the route, which he recommended l'or a trial survey. Mr. Lonsdale, M.L.A., also addressed the meeting, and strongly advocated Ihe Armidale-South Grafton route, which, he said, would .serve a far greater number of people than the Gnyra to Coif's Harbour .connection. A com munication has been addressed to the Grafton Chamber of Commerce and municipal council, seeking their co operation. The Minist...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kipling on Cape Politics. INTERESTING SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Killing oh Cape Politics. INTERESTING SI'KKCH. ??At 11 recent meeting of the Cape town branch of Hie South African As sociationp.iri response to loud calls, .Mr;-(Iindyard Kipling spoke, lie had met with an outburst of cheering, and said : ' Ladies and gentlemen, do you consider this constitutional? If vou do, I can only tell you that I appear ? before you to-night, although I have kept it dark for obvious reasons for the last two or three years, as a Dutchman, v-by descent — (laughter) — and; . what , is more extraordinary, I believe that that is true. (Renewed laughter!) I am given to understand that some 800 years ago, before the Cape was politically organised, there was a Dutch weaver that left Haarlem in Holland, probably for political reasons— (laughter) — and went over to England. Tou see the consequence. (Loud laughter.) ' Proceeding, Mr. Kipling said he did not. wish to take too much upon himself, but had almost, as, good a claim ou that ground to speak for the Dutch as the...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII (CONTINUED.)—THE LAST OF GARDINER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Australian Bostanpg. THE EARLY ' DAYS. [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER VIII (Continued.)— THE LAST OF CrillDlNER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. When the petition came info Ihe lmnds of his Excellency's responsible advisers, tlie Colonial Secretary (tho ]ate Sir Henry Parkes) referred it to the sheriff anil gaoler for report. The Sheriff, iu returning it, wrote j flic following minute : — FItANCIS CIIKISTIKj ALIAS C'LARKKt ALIAS GAltDINElt. Iu returning tho petition in this enso with tlio usual particulars of con viction, I have thought it desirable, to accompany the same with a special re port from the principal gaoler (horewith onclosod) upon tho conduct and services, together with a report from tho visiting surgeon respecting tho health of the prisoner. Having regard to tho prominence of prisoner's careor, tho circumstances at tending tlie offences of which ho was convicted, and the great length of his Bontenco (thirty-two years), the 'dealing with this caso is of unusual importanc...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Myrtle Creek Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Myrtle Creek Kail way station, j A jieetin'G of residents of Myrtle Creek was held last week, to protest against the site selected for a railway station at that place. The reasons adduced in support of the conten tion of the residents are : That it will be useless to nearly the whole of the residents and producers in certain times of flood, they being cut off from the proposed site by Myrtle and Busby creeks and a low flat of about 2G chains. That the Government have hundreds of acres adjoining the site originally pegged out by Mr. Sur veyor Cummings. That a portion of tlie Crown Lands adjoining Mr. Cum ming's site has been set apart, for a township. That nearly the whole of the land on the north side in close proximity to the line and station site now chosen is the property of about four peYsons, whereas the Crown hold but about 200 acres. That nearly the whole of the present population is on the south side of Myrtle Creek, and any increase must neeessarily be ou the south, as the ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Break-up of the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

ISrcak-iip of'tlie Drought. Mr. ,T. Harcourt Giddoxs, M.S.A.,. whose Weather Chart for Australia has attracted attention beyond the limits of the Commonwealth, writes as follows to the ' Brisbane Courier' : — Publication in your columns of the following forecast from my ' Com monwealth Weather Chart' may, by. giving these concerned timely warn ing, be the means of preventing loss of life and property : — ' The year 1903 will probably, be one 'of tlie wettest known in the - annals of Australia. The first twomonths of the yeai will bo very unsettled, with considerable rain in Northern, but little in Southern Australia. . . About the middle of March there will be a general break-up of the drought, and a wet winter will follow. Floods will. occur early ..in April. Spring rains will be sufficient. Considerable rain is probable about the middle of November and the latter part of December. Residents on river banks specially warned of April floods.' If the disturbance is very intense, which...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

PITItt AND POIWT, Hot days. Public holiday. ' ?? ?- Coraki Show to-day. Weather very sultry. R.D.H.— Next Friday. Splendid growth in herbage. Floods prophesied for next month. Local Land Board meeting concluded on Tnnsdiiv. Givon a little more rain, stock busi ness will bo brisk. Sir William Lyne is confined to his room in Melbourne through ill-health. Dr. M'Laurin has been re-elected Chancellor of the Sydney Univorsity. At the Cornell Univorsity (U.S.A.), 18 students have died from typhoid fevor. Teapots and Lamps, at landed cost. — Crouch's retiring from business sale.— 0. Mr. R. A. Arnold has been appointed clerk of the Assembly, vice Mr. Wobb, resigned. Church of England, Casino. — Sunday next, 7.30 p.m.: 'Christ — the Woman and Divorce Laws, ancient and modern.' Mr. J. Charles, the well-known herba list, notifies having removed to 'Gowrie House,' in Canterbury-street. Public meeting in Town Hall on Monday evening with -reference to drought relief. Mr. Nathan Thornley, a member ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

The ?. estimated population^ of New South Wales on December 31st was 1,405,-150. CuLlO causes a. rolling and twisting of the intestines and is accompanied by severe paiu. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the favourito remedy for this disease. IS very household should have a bottle at hand. (Jot it to day. It may save a life. A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. TUESDAY—AUSTRALIAN CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

[?] v.r.c. Autumn meeting. Tuesday— -Australian Cur Day. Heavy rain fell at Flemington on Tues day, materially affecting the attendance. Results : — Hurdle Race, 3 miles. — Fusilette, 11-11, 1 ; Shoddy, 9-10, 2 ; Nansen, 10-12, 3. Ascot Vale Stakes, $ mile. — Emir, 8-10, 1; Czarovitch, 8-10, 2; F.J. A., 8-10, 3. The race was run in blinding rain, Emir winning by -over a length. Australian Cup of 25 sovs. each, with 1000 sovs. added ; 2;J; miles.— Great Scot, by Lochiel —Scotch Alary, 3 yrs.,. 8.st. (A. Richardson), 1 : Adjuster, aged, -5-12, inc. 51b. over (J. O'Brien). 2 ; Acriisia, 5 yrs., 7-11 (W. H. Smith), 3. Other starters : Flagship 9st, Abundance 8-10, Fontbnlt 8-8, Patronus 8-4, Vanity Fair 8-3, Rienzi 7-3, Lord Kitchener 0.7. Great .Scot led all the way, and won by two lengths, half a length separating second and third. Titne, 4.3.J-. Tho winner was trained by T. Pnyten. . Steeplechase. — Freedom 1, Kaimite 2, Kiota 3. Bourko Handicap, 7 furl.— Mairp, 8st., 1 ; Sir Leonard...

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Illegally Branding. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Illegally ISramlitig. A cask which should interest all stoc.kowners was heard before the Police Court at Grafton the other day, in which the Inspector of Stock pro ceeded against a stockowner at Lower Southgate for illegally branding acalf, with the result that defendant was ordered to pay £2 6s lOd fines and costs. It appears that defendant bought a ciilf at Lawrence to ship to Sydney, and not having his registered brand, with him at. the time, he placed a single letter (part of a registered brand, the said letter being already the registerc d brand of another owner) ou the calf, with the result above stated. We would point out for the benefit of owners who are in tlie habit of branding ca'.ves, that iu every case where ail owner does not u-e his full registered brand, he renders himself liable to a peualty of £50 for illegally branding.

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