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Kitchener as a French Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Kitchener as » Crunch -Iivr I ? I Ir has now been put beyond, doubt (says the Paris ?' La Relorme'') ?that during the war of 187tJ :L*ord- Kit chener served as a soldier in -the French army.- ColonePStuartWorf ley has coufirrned the story to a Parisian journ.iliht. \Uto sajs fli.it when the Avar or ,1870:5 broke out young Horatib Kitchener was spend ins'liis holidays- at Diiian. - ivHe was a tall boy, wilh chestnut hair aud large blue eyes, meditative -- and ^ taciturn. He was. greatly incensed against the invaders of French soil, and tho sol dier's blood in his veins , was aflame. His mind was qniokly, made up, and lie decided tonight {infler the French flag. Iu a letter .written later by Kitchener to one ot his friends in. Ireland (a letter vvliich , figured in a sale of autogniphs in London some time ago) lie says that. - at this epoch he obeyed an' irresistible im-: pulse. Kitchener enrolled as a simple; soldier in the Ot.h Battalion of the Cotes du Nord, a part of the 21st. Cor...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunstoke and Heat Apoloexy. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

.'suiislo3-e niitl BBe»t Ai-i-j-Jex.y. Dr.- B. Buuxett Ham, M.D.; Com niissioner. of Public Health, has sup plied the following particulars aud suggestions for s tho prevention and early treatment ot sunstroke, heat- . stroke, or 'heat-apoplexy to the;.'* Bris- ; bane Courier,' and we republish them tor : the benefit of- our readers, who j should -cut, ,vtho: article out: and keep.it bv them for cases of pinfM-trHimv. . Din INI I ION. The terni '-.lieadstroke'.'- covers sev er.al distiu.-:t.. clinical conditions. Sun stroke, also called heat-stroke, heatex haustion^ ^heat-apoplexy,; etc., means tlio effect, ot excessive, heat, Jiigh at mospheric temperature, not necessarily the immediate taction ot the sun's ravs. v It may thus occur at niglii as well -as -? by : dayi : It is most likely to affectii'intemp'erate.persons, and those whose health is disordered, or who are ovei'rfatigued. i - - ''f i\ ( ' HRBVKSriOX. ? During , the hot weathei-evcry thing wli lcli yteiuls ? , to - lower...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

if m A BP I iMf I highest quality 1 1| - j n #%W Ea IL1 U ri l rM'FflCTURED' l !. . , DARK ©R AROMATIC jj ' \ I FINEST SELECTED | mm jg^ jj - ' . ' ' | I AMERICAN LEAF, j | g3| U? J| Look at This! j v^DRjNK ^enjoy Special Prices for the j Jy L ISRAEL'S \ XMAS SEASON. £/*? ? ? ? 1 111,1 ? ? ? A Scoar-I.C., 701b bag 12s ; I.W., g A /'??} 9 . I- 701b bag, 12s 3d ; Light Brown, i yGicen (Dip \\ 701b bag, us. g /t . — ? SINevv Fkuit— Currants,. oil per lb ; I ' /t*' « oo 1 1 ' 121b,- 4s'9(l ; Raisins', 5.Vd per lb ; I (Seyion ksea. j] }^!!: Sul^ -lb 5 .; ' \\ 1 ' ; 8 Candied , I'eei,— Lemon, Gd lb ; \\ 1/-, 1/3, 1/8 per lb. Jj! Orange, 7d. lb ; Citron, 8d, lb. \\ _ „ ^ /¥ Xhihs Parcel, aji niinit ? j ciircrv A/ (- large bottles of Ale or Porter.' G0ULBURN and SUSSEX // 2 bottles of Whisky, srs., SYD VEr. 1 bottle of 0. P. Rum. ' 1. bottle, of Brandy. ' ^ 2 bottles of Special Port. . ALL BRANDS OF WINES & SPIRITS. Irish and Scotch WHISKY', 21s gallou, O.P. I. ISKAEr.'s OVERPROOF R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

?j^ICHMOND RIVER EXPRESS. SALE COPIES of the 'Express' can be procured from the following Agents :? - t ^CASINO — Messrs. Stitz Bros. ' LISMORE— Mr.. W. Rokfev. CORAKI — Ma. A. Larson. BROAD WATER-Mr. J. M'Kin.vok. Single Copies — Tuesday's issue, 2d Friday's issue, 3d. GRIEVE & TURNER. The Richmond River Express . ? -? ' is ? N PUBLISHED AT CASINO -EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING. Terms ok Subscription-: £ s i- : Per Annum., booked ... ... .1 0 0 Per Quarter, booked ... ... 0 o 0 Per Annum, in advaucs ... 0 15 0 Per Quarter, in advance ... ... 0 4 , 0 When posted, Gd per quartets extra. Subscribers may begin at any time. ' Advertising Cjiarces: - ; s i- First inch of space, single column...... 3 0 Each succeeding inch, ? ? ? ? ? 1 6 Double i.'onlmn Ad vts., first inch ...... fi 0 Ditto, each succeeding inch ? ? ?_} 6 Births, Marriages, Deaths, & ill Memo riiini Notices (poetry tkl line extra) 2 6 Paragraph Advertisements, por line.. 0 ; 6 Inipouiidings, satiicasGAZ...

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End of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

KtuI ol'lliR World. Although it is exceedingly probable that the earth may be destroyed by collision with a comet or some liugo meteor, still the fact that such a con tingency is possible is sufficient ground for discussion on the subject, and for imagining what the result might be, says tho ' Woman's Home Companion.' The earth is moving around tho sun at a velocity of eighteen miles a second, while the sun, with all its attendant planets, is being hurried on toward tho great fiery constellation of Hercules at a far greater velocity. The very fact thnt small meteors exist proves the possi bility of the existence in space of meteors of inconceivable magnitude — even great black dead worlds may lie in our path, like breakers in the path of a ship. Fifty miles a second is not an unusual velocity for heavenly bodies, and some are known to move at a speed ovon in excess of ono hundred miles a second— five hundred times the speed of a rifle-ball. Small meteorites, which reach the earth at...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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"After the Ball." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

' After tlio ntsill.' , That small acts somefimes 'produce great effects is exemplified by, the strange case of M. tteichart. a gentle man of means, residing in the ltue do ! la Pompe, Paris. Recently m his house M. Reicliart hit a ball so liard that it bounded, from the table and through an open window, falling through tliio glii$s roof of a drawing room in the next, house, and smashing a valuable Sevres' vase. The crash so alarmed an Angora cat sleeping oil the table close by that the animal sprang up and knocked over a lamp, which set fire to some tapestry and necessita ted the calling out of the brigade, causing a great deal of damage by wafer. M. lieichart. was engaged to tho uiece of the lady occupying the house in which the.daiuage was caused. Tho commotion, however, had so dis astrous an. effect on t ho old lady's nerves that she died shortly afterwards. On learniug the indirect cause, of her aunt's death the young lady refused to marry M. lieichart, and the heirs are now su...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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The Durbar at Delhi. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Tiie llurbar :»t Kullii. Tin; nmplii theatre at Dellii, wherein King lldwai Awas proclaimed Emperor of India 011 New Year's Day, was a scene of incomparable splendour, und within its walls were representatives of all who are eminent, iti Indian society, native . and European, with visitors from all parts of the world. One hundred of the srreat fendatorv princes and chiefs, and the highest British officials, were grouped on the right and the left, of the dais, where were seated the Viceroy and Lady Gnrzon, and the Duke and the Duchess of Conmiught, on golden thrones. Be hind the dais, hidden by a latticed framework, sat the Mahanmis (wives of rulers and widows of former rulers j, including; the ? mother of the infant ruler of Bliarapur, wlio was in her arms. When all ? were seated the colour effect was wonderfully. dazzling and harmonious: Then GOO. survivors of the Mutiny, Europeans, Eurasians, , and natives', including one centenarian, marched in, the bands -playing ' See the Conqu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

^ o J&. o A competent stomach means vigour, vitality, health, for JSSPtv by digestion alone can food be transformed Into blood, brain, muscle, wasted tissues repaired, decay arrested and life sus WOttff tained. Imperfect digestion (indigestion)' upsets the whole economy of life. It makes good food poison, breeds dolts, laggards, hobbling rheumatics, nerve racking pains. Seigel's Syrup (ensurcs Hwar' digestion, dispels disease, produces health. Backed by 34 years' un- ImSs. ? IPo broken success in 16 countries. ®l ' fSEIGEL'S ! a w , ©YOI1P M -&/m 'Two years ago I contracted indi- n @W^ ^jy^gestlo^and^hadt^t pretty badly, ^ says toF ® ® xa @ Mi Sydney, N.S.^. U1 suffered from severe pains in the stomach, slecp'&jijfSr jHjgKk lessness and vomiting. I lost Uesh and strength rapidly and could not work nearly so well as previously. My wife induced me to a try Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. The first bottle relieved JmggjRk me wonderfully and before the second was...

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MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

mr. wragge's forecast.. BRISBANE, Tjiuksiiay. j Nuw South WaIjKS. — Fine aud com- 1 paratively; cool generally, with vari- 1 ? able winds ; some showers probable i along the const south from Sydney, withJfresli southerlies.

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Latest News. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Latest JN'ews. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON. Whdnesday. Thr pastor of the Dutoh Itefonned Church at - Lundley, Orange -River Colony,, whs boycotted owing to his British sympathies. ' He litis resigned, t and has been appointed an inspector of schools in the Transvaal. The gross vnlue of the estate of the late Colonel M'Calinont, M.P., is esti mated at. £2,000,000. ; -The . strike,. of colliers in Yorkshire continues. Yesterday, in the presence of a large body ot' armed police, 400 families were evicted from their homes at Denaby, Main, U.S.A. - President ; Roosevelt lias raised a Btovm in 4he Southern States, by np pointing a negro collector at the port ot Charleston,. Southern CarojinaV Miv Carnegie lias ottered Ehila delpliia £300,000.'tor the founding of 30 public libraries. . , , At;a conference of 800 of the prin cipal J3oers, lield at. Pretoria, some speeches . were, ivery -bitter, but the general tone was moderate;-' General De ;La .Rey.-.reprehended, Riieering at the National ? Sc...

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Notes by "Rushman." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Notes by '» Itushmnn.' . liv the time' these rritos arrnst tho eyes of .your 'renders nil those industrially in clined will have ;;li;tkni olf llic effects of se-'isonftblo tr.iiety or indulgences and once ;nore breasted the collar, u ith the pur pose of civilised production and piogres aiou. T.-ikiim ;i cursory i-l;ince at ways, ii - inenns, liiiiiricial standing, and the fact | that each one of us is striving to do cer- I tain tilings which art; dependent upon one | -i great dominating factor, which is in the j ay- hands, or supposed to 1m in the hands, of . v -j . a mysterious Providence, the journey of 1903 indicates a severe st.ruuuki rather « than pleasure and plenty. Believing as &.j the writer does that varying planetary evolutions are solely responsible for v.iri |i «JU8 weathers or phenomenal seasons, it is giv ' needless t-j say I p-iy little attention to prayer or thanksgiving for providential Is curses or blessings. The experiences 5|; during the past mouth tend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

;! Advertisements. VV Apply, to MRS. TANDY, Centre stiv.et. . VTTANTKD, a Good GKNKRAL :VV S15RVANT. ; Apply ' to Mas. G RICEN^TliliE 1', Myrtle. Ci'cok. ?? ; V ? -VTKW SOUTH WALES CREAMERY i\ BUTTER COMPANY, Liu. TEXllBltS. ' TENDER?! are invited for tho eonvoyanco of all Cream from Wyivn; picki [ig up all Cream, to Casino .Control, tenders at per trip. Tenders eloso SATURDAY, J7th JANUARY, 190.1. ? Particulars1 to bo ob tained at Casiuo Central. J. GIBSON, Maiiagor. rjMVO POUNDS REWARD. LOS l', ' froin Myrtlo Crook-, Ouo BAY ? HOltSlil, about ? 10 hands high, star on forehead, uenr liitul foot whito, branded F cm near shoulder. Tlio above Reward will bt paid on delivery to ? , JONATHAN EWERS,. Myrtle Creels, L' AND and INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED. ,j. CRAIG IU, Casino. . STOCK RETURN FORMS Filled up.! J. CRAIGIE, Casino. ? : : ; ~0~ T i C 15. ^ I intond placing a ,'nunibor of Ovordiio Accounts in tho liatids'of. a' Solicitor;1 in- a few days, to bp dealt with. ' ' 1 G. H. RILEY, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

_ A Severe Sprain' usually disables the injured person tor tluve or four weeks. Cures havo often been effected in less thai# one week by applying Chamberlain's Pain,' Balm. This liniment has great healing powers. One application gives relief. Try it* F. G. Crouch, Casiuo, sella 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 — 9 January 1903

CORRESPONDENCE!. (To the ICditur of the IUehmund Iliccr t.\r press.) Sir, — Having received a refusal from tho Railway. Department to alter tlioir plans ro-tlio railway station and ap proaches at Casiuo, it now behoves every resident of this town and district to strain each nerve to .secure tho justice we are ontitlod to, and each and all should sign tho petition which will be open iu a few days. It was not to bo expected that tho Commissioners would acknowledge their plans wrong now they havo spent a certain amount of money ; but I have 110 hesitation in saying that the plans are absurd, and are considered so by nearly everyone who understands the work, as well as by those who do not, and wo are only looked upon as a lot of fools for sitting quiet so long and seeing suoh a thing imposed on us. Mr. O'Sullivan told us when last hero that his screw was £1500 a year, aud he was determined to earn it from tho people. If he, as being tho head of tho Department, does not givo us a full en...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

c- ITKJIS- f i; The death is reported of Mr. 0. H. H. Irvine, Attorney-General of Fiji. Mr. Robert Jossolyn, a former alder man of Concord, died on Sunday nightr. Mossrs. Hall Bros.' woolshed at AVest-i Narrabri was totally destroyed by fire I early on Saturday morning, the damage I being estimated at £2200. ?- Brigadior' Bruntnoll has been, ap pointed to take charge of the Salvation Army work in Now South. Wales, aud his successor in Queensland will be Brigadior Knight. Why mi (I'm- from a cnugli ,or cdM wlieniv few doses of Cavanough's I'cmiomg Ualham will cure you. Try it. Sold uti nil stornH.*. Among the successful' ^ studeuts who passed the recent olementary' exami nation of the Pharmacy .Board of Now South Wales, we notice the name- of-. Air. Arthur Cavatiougli, of Lismore Dr. Purdy, who practised at Byron Bay a few years ago and recently- as a lodge doctor in Sydney, died last week. Tho gold yield m New South Wales for last yoar was 300,289 ounces crudo, ? equal to 254,435 ou...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

ft»ITII ASW ' t»0»-X?lV,o.. Sickness abating. ?. Milfler conditions. Flies troublesome. ? - Swelling 'blight prevalent. Income tax returns Feb. 7th. , Snow fell at Kiandra on Tuesday. Typhoid fever is prevalent at.Taree. Important auction sales advertised. Stock returns must be sont in by tho 10th. , Grafton heat last Sunday, 11/ A ih tho shade— a record. ' Lismore had 23 inches 5G points of rain during 1902. -; Just upon (50 inches of rain fell at Byron Bay last year. At Ipswich on Saturday the shade temperature was 112 deg.. Rlr. Russell forecasts moro hot wea ther after a spell of cool. ? - Within one point of 41 inches of rain were rocorded 'at Ballina last year; . , Mr. R. Pago ? has been, appointed member of- tho. liolliiigon Licensing Court. i Mr. Kirkpatrick has -been appointed Chairman of the Federal . Capital Com-, mission. ... v. Only a small number of cane-growers in the north of Queensland nave applied for rebate. ? ; : Ballina water supply , will, be formally turned, o...

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Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

Gsixctlu Kotiticiitioiis. Tub next Quartorly Licensing Court will be holdeu at Casino on tho- 20th January mat., and at Lismore on -tho 21st. ; The next District Court, at Casino will be held on the 23rd May, 1903. . . 'Special area revoked : — Special area No:' 9040, proclaimed 31st. August,:- 1889, county. Tot Rous, .parish - of; Newr-ybaiy ?Lismore : district, ? containingian area of 42 acres 2 roods, within the boundaries of measured -portion pj... . ' The followinu snrrendorod : area ; of, laud h is been proclaimed to bo Crown lands for the1 purposes of tho Grown -Lands Acts County of -Rous, parish Loadstone, Casino district, 20 acros, new road and roserve excluded froui' por tion 14. ? : Reservo form salo f -r bridgo sito and access No 35,509, county , of Rous, piirish of Loadstone, Casino district, containing an area of 17A acres.1 ' , ' Constable Andrew Souiorvillq; .of 'Woodoiiliong, has boon appointed au authority for tho prosecution of tres passers on Crown lands, !V

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

'.vs-nvs. 1 , . _ ,*r — ? — ??? . - i At the Fm-est Lo'ige Pouy races, on Monday, Maritana (by Tartar) won the i Trial Stalces, and ran second in the Flying Handicap. , - Albion Park (Q.) races, last Saturday, resulted' ' Trial Handicap : Kitejames: lj Venturess 2, Prince Gootge o. Flying Handicap. Pericles 1, King Bean 2, i lieauvoir 3. Graduation Handicap-:: Pres teigne 1, Barney 2, Juanita 3.-- . Welter h Handicap : Little Boy 1, Monument .2, | Palerniii: 3. Nov.ce Handicap : Fitz janies lv- St. Pippo 2, Blix 3. Park Handicap : lioi-de-Lis 1, Leander -:2, Little Prospects 3. Victoria defeated South Australia in ilie inter-Stiitw' crickiifc mafcuh by t8'J vuns. Lord Howard' de. . WaUlen. , has - ^pur chased th(3 English racing stud of the late i -Mr. M'Calniont. Playing in Sydney; oil Saturday, C). Gregory scored 122 for Waverley against i North Sydnev; and M. A. Ni»-le made I 122 for ? Paddiugtoiv-: ? against, .-Central i Cumberland. ? ? -i . About 20,000 people attended the | cy...

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The Kenniffs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 9 January 1903

The Kenniffs.   IT is understood that when the Ken- niffs were informed of the decision of the Queensland Executive, James Kenniff, who is in a separate cell from Patrick, was overjoyed to learn that his life had been spared, but when he enquired as to his brother's fate, he burst into tears upon being given to understand that Patrick Kenniff was condemned to death. The officials then proceeded to Patrick Kenniffs cell, and informed him that his doom was sealed. He turned ashy pale, and upon hearing that his brother James was weeping, he remarked he was " sorry that Jim took the matter so badly," being under the impression that his brother was also to be hanged. He, however, expressed himself pleased on learning that the life of his brother was spared. The two brothers were allowed   a few minutes' conversation, in the course of which James informed Patrick that he would rather die with him. James also asserted that they were about to hang an innocent man. ...

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