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CORAKI TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

CORAKI TATTERS ALL'S RACES. The following weights have beon de clared for races on tho 17th March : — Town Plate, 0 furlongs. — Choir Girl 9-6, Norma 8-12, Geebung 8-10, Fisher man 7-13, Master Dauton 7-10, Commo tion 7-0, Crusheen 6-12, Maritiu 6-10, Hilarious 6-9. Club Handicap, 1 mile. — Norma 9 5, Goebnng 9-0, Fishorman 8-0, -.Master Danton 7-13, Commotion 7-4, Maritia 7-0, Hilarious 6-10. Acceptances are duo on 16th March. Bonnie Chiel has been turned out for a spell. Allsop has gone to England'in charge of Australian Colours. Mr. C. Page, of Grafton, has sold Free-, lance in Sydney, at a price npfc stated. The use of stockwhips afe the starting post for the purpose of making refractory horses stand in line at the barrier is now forbidden by the A.J G'. rules., Wakeful was cut, about a little during her successful gallop in .the Essendon Stakes on Saturday, and her owner .laid a serious charge against the' rider of The Victory. -Mr. M 'Donald alleged that Lewis had been guilty ...

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

Dyspeptic Debility CAUSED BY Nervous Shock. Cure! The Case of tyrs. E. PHILLIPS. (BY A SYDNEY REPORTER.) Tlio consideration we lire held in is owing to the cfl'ect which our personal qualities have on others, for if those be great and exalted they will assuredly excite admira tion. Usefulness to those in our proximity will always command esteem, especially if the service rendered is similar to that which Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips speaks of in an inter view which took place at her residence at 71 Engiue-slreet, Hayinarket. 'Through falling off a horse wMch bolted whilst I was riding it,' said Mrs. 1'hillips, ' I sustained concussion of the br^in. When picked up I was unconscious, of course, and WU3 taken to the nearest house, where my condition was found to be so serious that I could *»ot be taken home for a week. The doctor's advice was carried into effect, but still-there was no sign of my health mending. I was so frightfully weak and shaken that I was_ almost as helpless as a child,...

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

Official Coi'i'csgioiulttiice. The following letters, addressed to Mr. T. T. Ewing, M.H.R., and Mr. R. Pyers, M.L.A., have beon sent to us by Mr. W. Weary, Secretary Upper Rich-, mond Farmers' Association, for publi cation : — General Post Office, Sydney, Feb. 16, 1903. Sir, — With reference to your com munication of the 5th instant, forward ing a letter from Mr. W. Weary, lion, secretary to tho Upper Richmond Far mers' Association, dated 2nd instant, complaining that intimation had not been given to all the persons interested of tho enquiry that was held respecting the proposal to remove tho post office from Now Park to lCyogle, I have the. honour to inform you that tlie lute post master at New Park was instructed to notify all residents interested iu the proposed removal three days before the Inspector's visit ; and, as tho lato post master was strongly in favour of retain ing the office there, it was presumed ho would fully carry out his instructions. — I have the honour, etc., G...

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

P & n In the Trade Mark . / : * 9''' of the RCiniine and - brings you the milv vortablc - ojmnmiMof If RUBER0ID ROOFING 5 tO' endure . c^r.voric in thid climate. It t- mntTArn t S?? C2vi»vm'1®* is much Cheaper and Cooler than Iron. RICH « CO., LTD., S\DNh\. KEMP'S Fall Particulars from the SOLE AGENTS, BEST^^^ \ SHEEP £t RICH & CO., LTD. \ hm-. ? \ \BRANDING\ cvnNPY \ BLUE* \ \ LIQUID \ SYDNEY. ? \ BLACK \ THIS PREPARATION IS CHEAPER THAN TAR, and Is is i /a most excellent preparation proof Itltriunniltp for preserving! arm Imple bfor AvENARIU'o patent in;iMAvood7:.'t,n.,i„, PftRROllMEUM 811 1Inm:t«, su«!h as White Ants. VHU W V B-lllll LiUIWI tfrccn It may he ined under ground or or under water with equal success. dry. ' ' ' - ;; ^ ' THE LAST CHANCE. CROUCH'S , RETIRING FROM BUSINESS SftLE WILL BE CONTINUED k FOR A SHORT TIME LON GER, Pending Completion of Final Arrangements, &c.. Transfer of the Business, AND IN THE MEANTIME YOU WILL FIND THAT PROFITS HAVE ...

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

Supervision of Onirics. A stongly-worded minute has been written by the President of the Board of Health, Dr. Ashburton Thompson, in regard to the administration of the Dairies Supervision Act, in the nor thern rivers districts of the State. He states : — ' During several years past complaints have been made from time to time that the Dairies Supervision Act has been executed with unneces sary strictures in districts situated on the northern rivers of the State. As a matter of fact, the Act has been executed in those districts neither more or less strict]}* than, in other parts of the State, from which no such complaint has been made, and it would appear, therefore, that, northern complainants jrre under the impression that their manner of conducting busi ness is all it should be, and calls for i-o regulation. This being so, I draw the board's special attention to the follow ing abstract of the report recently made by one. of the veterinary inspec tors on dairy premises within the m...

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

Cav.i.vouoii's Pulmonic Balsam is the best remedy you can take for coughs, colds, ami all chest and lung troubles. Sold at all stores. v

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Caution to Fortune-Tellers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Caution to Fortu ne- Tellers. Sixteen fortune-tellers and palmists were arrested on Friday last at Melbourne, and brought up at the City Court and charged with endea vouring to impose. They all pleaded guilty, except Myers Singh Tall, a turbaned Indian, and Carrie Theobald, who were remanded. Evidence was given that Detective Caution had visited the various defendants, paying them with marked money, having his fortune told. When arrested some of them said they were not aware that they were breaking the law, and promised uot to offend again. It was stated that the police did not desire a heavy penalty, but wished the pro ceedings to act as a caution. The defendants were each find £5 by dis tress, default one month. ' They were told on offending again they would get twelve mouths' imprisonment.

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

Advaitccs to Settlers. New regulations have been issued in connection with the Advances to Settlers Act. U pon them t lie borrower is charged 5 per cent., but if he pays his instalments when they have be come due or within fourteen days thereafter he will be charged only 4-i per cent. A premium is thus offered for prompt payment. The scale of fees has been altered, aud the following charges will be. instituted : — £1 for a loan up to £200 ; £2 for a loan up to £500 ; £3 for a loan up to £1000 ; and £4 for a loan over £1000. It is provided that no advance shall be made on a security held under mort gage unless the mortgagee consents to the Government mortgage ' having priority, and another stipulates that no advance shall be made to discharge an existing mortgage in excess of £500, where, in the opinion of the Board, the security is such that the amount applied for sliou'd l-.i obtained from a source other than the Advances to Settlers Board. The period of the loan is determined by t...

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

9-icii in Poverty. There lias recently died in Canada in ' abject poverty Samuel Hawkins Napier, the man who discovered the largest nugget.: of gold the world, has ever seen;' Itkwas found in an Aus tralian claim 3Gft. square, and mea sured 2ft.'; 4in.: long, 10in. wide, and ;frotn Hih. to Sin. thick. So great was the excitement over the discovery 'that Queen Victoria commanded Napier to Buckingham Palace, where the- nugget was exhibited to her aud the Prince Consorts For some time it was on view at the Crystal Palace, the owner being paid £50 a week for the loan of the precious metal. A cast of the migget. was afterwards taken, and may now be seen in the British Museum.

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

A competent stomach means vigour, vitality, health, for ? by digestion alone can food be. transformed into blood, brain, - !ru,sc^ef wasted tissues repaired, decay arrested and life bus XXS&W Gained. Imperfect digestion (indigestion) upsets the whole economy of life. It makes good food poison, breeds dolts, laggards, . . -w«|5Uiobbling rheumatics, nerve racking pains. Seigel's Syrup ensures digestion, dispels disease, produces health. Backed by 34 years' un JaKsl kro'i:n success in 16 countries. tSw-rT fSEIGEl'S 1 tat^a«|sueT^Vvo yeai;s ag0 £ contracted indi- i&gol a |j§ §£78 H HbiL +/i M§-SU?K}iP.ilr3ntf ',aci Pretty badly,' says ® ® ® tS£ Sj ? t . t Matthews, 93, Boorke St., , SyyheVf'lN.S.W. 'I suffered from severe pains in the stomach, sleep ^e5salisrM Ittamws and vomiting. I lost flesh and strength rapidly and could oearly so well as previously. My wife induced me to M lw a Curative Syrup. Thefirst bottle relieved e v(phqerfully and before the second was emptied...

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

AMERICAN^LEAR | ^ ® ^ ^ ^ * » MAffl^REDj Look at This ! jfmiM & ENJOY tSRAHL'S f I. ISRAEL'S \ ... H ? ? ? \\ sa IPABtLCn'-L. -£& Hi (f® _ 7 J \\ G large bottlos of Ale or I'orter i & OlUS/l %Dlp \V2 bottles of Whisky (John Dunn's) h I A ^ ~ 111 ljottlo of O.P. Rum H O c-o I Ibottle Brandy (Joshua Bros.) II b-£tflOYl C OSClm If- bo tiles --f Special Port. £1. \\ // SUGAR — Co.'s No. 1 or I.C., 701b 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 per lb. B bug, I2s8d \\ What I I(r- I'll Crow. SAitrLES FOST FREE. /g ^°- ^ 'r Light BfOWIl, v\ ? /3 701b bng, 1 Is 3d Once Tried, Always Used. Samples Post I'Vee. mill riidm nn(i cnccrv dy Half-chest, 401bs, New Seasons GOULBURN and SUSSEX TEA, and a 701b bag SUGAR, STS., SYDNEY. 35s 101b Caddy TEA and 701b bag SUGAR, 20s CURRANTS— od lb, or 121bs 4s Od. RAISINS— 5-Ad, or 121bs os 3d SALMON — Silver Pearl Salmon, just landed, splendid led fish, 5s 9d doz. Leader Brand, os Gd doz. Salt Salmon, 3i(l lb by the cask, lOOlbs ; Salt Salmon, in brine, 71b t...

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A Run on a Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

A Kim on a Hank. The run on the Bohemian Savings Bank, induced wholly, it would seem, by political party feel in g, 1S an in stance, if the bank be a solvent insti tution, of the innate follj* of mankind when sometimes acting in the mass. Because the Bohemian Savings Bank was suspected or being a German in-, st.itution, the Czechs induced its de-. positors to withdraw their money from the liaud of the hated 'German. The result may bring misfortune to tlio bank. There is a case on record, how-: ever, of a great many years ago, when political feeling saved a bank from vijin. That was in tho City of Cork, Ireland. A run set in on a bank known, let us say, as JBarrett's. Old Barrett was a decidedly unpopular man, politically aud otherwise, and when an excited crowd found some difficulty in getting to his counter to obtain gold for their notes they pro ceeded to set fire to them in the street, with the double purpose 'of ruining ' old Barrett,' and at the same time expressing contempt fo...

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Mr. Wragge on the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Mr. Wraggc on tlie flProtiglit. Mit. Clemknt Wrac.ok, nt present, ou a visit to Melbourne, was recently asked (says the Melbourne ' Argus ') whether he cared to offer an opinion as to the probable termination of the drought, and the possibilities of the I four c»nc™» ' Oh, yes !' he said ; ' I have strong views on that point. I have every reason to believe, from my special ie searches, that the drought will at last, gradually give away, though I don't expect any sudden break-up. I tirmly beiieve that the rainfall will gradually increase, and better seasons prevail. T have every hope for the future; the drought will gradually yield in the mallee districts of Victoria as else where. Now, here are my reasons, as concisely put as possible : — ? ' Every energy with which we are familiar comes through tho medium of the sun, which is subject to periods of activity and comparative rest. The time from minimum to maximum is 3' 52 years, and from maximum to minimum 7'55 years ; hence wo have a...

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

'Cavaxouoii's Pulmonic Balsam is tlio lliost remedy you can take for coughs, eolils. .ami nil cheat and lung troubles. Sold at ull d tyres.

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

? ? 9 ? Myron Kay. A Plucky Rescue at Byron Bay.— On Saturday'.night last, just before the de parture of' the s.s. Cavanba from tho Byron Bay jetty, a young lady named Miss Hayter fell'. off the jetty into tlio sea below, '.'and was gallantly rescued from drowning by a sailor of tho Ca vanba uamod -William Robhaus. Miss Hayter, who liad just parted from her father, who was leaving by the steamer, in tho darkness accidentally walkod or tripped ovor the siilo of the pier. Tlio alarm was given, and Robhans as quickly as possible was at the spot. Waiting only- to;rid himself of boots and water proof coat, ho' at once dived off tho pier to the rescue, aud reaching the drown ing 'girl sivaiii with her to the shore, somo considerable distance off. flw nobleness: of this act will bo bettor un derstood when'- it is 'remembered that sharks aro 'frequently to bo seen around tho Bay: Miss Hayter, although un conscious, £or some time, is progressing favourably. — ' Chronicle.' ? .a ?

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

. Lisinorc. We (' N. Star') notice from the Moroo ' Examiner' at different times that a former young resident of Lismore— Mr. T. R. Hogan — is a useful citizen of Moree. Mr. Hogan holds all sorts of public positions, including that of the M unicipal Council's auditor, secretary of the local School of Arts, Jockey Club auditor, etc. The Full Court made absolute a rule nisi calling on David Gilmore, of Chinos, farmer, F. G. Adrian, of Lismore, P.M., aud J. Barrie and J. Ball, Js.P.. to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not issue, commanding them to hear an information of the applicant, Lomsn Appleton, against David Gilmore. Tho information was under tho 23rd section of the Landlord and Tonant Act. Mr. Fergusou (instructed by Mr. A. H. Fitz hardinge, for M'lntosh and Best, of Lismore) ' appeared in support of tho application. In granting the applica tion, the Acting-Chief Justice remarked that all they decided was that the magi strates had jurisdiction to determine the caso. The...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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News of the District. Kyogie. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

News of the District, Kyo&lc. (from our correspondent.) Wednesday.— There is nothing start ling to chronicle, except tho fact that we have beon visited by a splendid fall of rain, the record for tho week being 3 inches 8 points. The grass is shooting up well, and the country on all sides is looking green and pleasant. A cricket match was played on Satur day between the New Park C C. and tlio Juniors, tho result being an easy win for the latter team. T. Weary, J. Saville, and W. Walters playod good cricket, the last-mentiouod giving only one ohimce while putting together his 82 runs. Tho following are the scores:— Juniors— First Innings: T. Weary 47, J. Saville 74, W. Walters 82, E. Walters 4, O. Walters 1, B. Weary 0, Wm. Wnl ters G, A. ' Burt 3, S. Perkins 0, C. : Reeves 4, R. Walters 3 ; byes, 16. Total, ? 236. New 'Park C.C.— First Innings: E. Greon 27, W. Saville 1, C. Burt 0, W. Hayter 5, J. Field 0, — . Volkerrhan 1, J. Burt 6, R. Cullen 1, T. Weary 1, \V. J. Hayter 1,...

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Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales HOMEBUSH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales TBy Special Telegram.] Homehush, Thursday Night. At tho fat stock aides, to-day, 705 head of cattle were yarded, and tho market advanced 10s por head. Beat bullocks brought £13 15s ; others from £4 10s per head. Best beef is worth 35s per lOOlbs.

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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

TIIU WEATIIEIt. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.. BRISBANE, TmmsiMY. Nkw South Walks. — Further rain iu connection with thunderstorms may he expecied over the south-eastern quarter ; line otherwise, with wester lies over northern half.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Latest News. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Latest News. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Wednesday. Mr. Wish, Attorney-General for New South Wales, ' lias delivered an address threatening Socialistic legis lation in Australasia. He said no country offered greater security to capital than New South Wales, be cause none offered greater political in dustrial stability, i he charges against. Australian credit, were ludicrous, and the idea of repudiating the debts was not thought, of. At the anniversary in Rome of the Pope's enthronement,, his Holiness was in good health, but looked pale, and his voice was hoarse. Bells pealed from 93 churches, and 70,000 people were present. A statement, made by ' Venezuelan stokers that the Germans left a dyna mite bomb in the bunkers of the gun bout Restaurador has caused excite ment at Caracas. Sister Hood, of the Good Shepherd Convent at Nancy, has been ordered to pay an orphan inmate L400 as com pensation for detention and overwork, which resulted in her partial blind ness. The parents of ex-Princes...

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