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THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
THE LATEST NEWS. ' [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Wkknkmday. A .French gunboat, which arrived at Leyehullos, icjiortK thai Mi« Haltic fleet xvas at Passandnva on thu 20th instant, and expeclcd to remove to a port on llu: onst coast of Madagascar to escapes hurri canes. Tho Hoot is unlikely to quit, Madagascar until the result of tho North Sea Commission is knoxvn. Constant, disagreements have occurred at the sittings of the North Sea Outrage Commission, botxveon llio Mritish legal adviser anil liiisBiuu legal adviser, xvith respect te international laxv. SYDNEY, Wkunekhav. Five more xvhcelors connootod with the Ncxveastle mining trouble- wore com miltcd for trial yesterday. Light bail was iilluwed. i..'... ? Loading opumlions at Noxvcastlo \Vill bo practically suspended to-inorroxv. Tlio stovedorss have declined to accede to the coal-triin.nors' deniand for holiday pay to-inniToxv, Unit buiuij tho actual Anni versary Day. ? . Altogether kuvuii strikers at. Nexvcastlo have been connnittud f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Hunger Is a Good Sauco. When you do not haxe huugci us u sauce for your food, tiy Chamhci Iain's iStonwuli and Livei Tablets 'I licy c Icanse ami in vigorato tho stomach and jjivo a lolibh foi the food, asnootliot piopaialion can They arc easy to tiki, pleasant in ollict mid .110 just what jon need Foi i-alo by Heath wood Bros. Advertisements. WAN'IKU, a UBNKKAL SERVANT. Wages 10s Apply to Id us A E BROWN, Kjoglo. WANTBD, n J3OY for the Punting 'Jiiido Apply at 1'Xi'HissOfhco, Casino. \ A /ANTKl), a MAN Must be able to VV milk, and nuke himself u&cful Apply W J DOUKRILL, I.ibinoio Howl, Casino. WANTED, by one of (ho hist Daily l''.imilics in tho .Stale, huge; D.inj up to 100 to 120 Coxxs, on shaict oi suLuj a.s niiiy be .igictd upon Paiticulai' -il Ollico of (liiij papei WANTED, Two . Sluing MILKLRb foi halt day -it llowncath bale Apply to.l. B. Al'DOUGALL WANTED, » LAD foL the Ooaehbudd ing. Appl\ , ANDREWS BUUfcs WANTED, a OENBHAL hfutVANT', oi Nuise tinl Apply to Mib i? U...
Wyrallah Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Wyrallah Races. Thk ihaiigural meeting of the local' club was- held last Wednesday. There was a largo attendance, and tho meeting piovided soiuo excelluut sport. Tho re sults wero': — Opdning Handicap, £8, 0 furlongs — Skellum, 8-9, 1; Rock Lily, 0-4, 2; Dracular; 8st, 3. Six starters, won by throo lengths, time l'2i)h Ti iai Handicap, t'5j 0' furlong — Miss Roiy ], Playboy 2, Doreen 3 Thirteen started, won Jiy; two lengths, time J'23A. Club Handicap, £12, 1 tnilo — Rock Lily, 9syi y:'eriisliee;ii,IjB 9, 2 ? ' Geebung, 8 10. 3. ' Six sturters, -won by a length, n, 150. '. . ; . Hack Race— Sweet Nell 1, Screwy 2, Doroen 3. Thirteen starters, won eauily by three lengths, time 1 23L Foiced Handicap, KG, 7 furlongs — Crushed) and Skelluini-an a dead-heat, Master Qauton third. Six started, time 1--35. In the run-off tho pair r/in nnother dead-heat, and the owners de cided to divide the prize.
Bangalow Dramatic Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
. Bancralow Dramatic Co. A i (he C.isino School of Arts, on Wed nesday evening last, thu Baugalovv Di.im itic Co. piubentud onu of their eii teitainmeuUs to a fan audience. The per foimauce was ccitamly vv- llhy of a much laigoi .itti'inlauc ? Somi- of the items picsonted weie veiy cieditably rendered indeed, anuuig the choicest being tho song by fll.istei Hampden V A picture no ai list can paint ;' the duet and dance 'Lulu' liy Misses Hampdeu andNooimu; aud the song by Miss Hainpdeu, ' I am wealing my heait away1 for you ;' indeed the 1 liter production must bo considered the 'star' item of tlie entertainment, and the little songstress, though not yot in hi'i Icuns, would he considered first cl.iss ai any select concert. Following aiu thu items as presented : — Overture— Miss Murphy: song- 'A picture no aitlstc-m piint,' Master Ilampden ; Coon duet and d.iiicu — ' Lulu,' Missus Mamp clen and Noon.in ; solo—1' Island . of Druaiiis,' M^iss .Connolly ; song — Mr. J. M Cumuiiug ; .soug...
District Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
District Matters. 'The Department ? f Public Tustiuctioit info! im- Mr. C .Lee, M.P.. that the In spector has been fcMjuested to furnish his leport as soon as possible, m regard to an application signed by Mr. J. Cr-iigic, fen the establishment, Of n jjirovisionul. tidhool -.it. ..Spring-. Giavc-. Tws Ptfblie' WolKs Dupaitmcnt acknowledges receipt of a letter fioni thu miiic s -mce in legate! to the st.-ito of tho main roid but ween Casino and Tabulam. The Lands Do piilnieiit st.itos, in connection with an application by Mr. Ci.iigie for withdrawal of poit.ions of occupiitioii liceua', to en .iblu timbui itutteis' -stock to ijr.ixe, that the I)isti ict Sui veyoi has been asked to icpoit w hoi hei jiny aiiaiigumuuts can be made to have, this done 11' is ;;dded — ?' Thu difficulty tnnbtti getters have ftu gra/aiig tlioii ht»cU is a well recognised one, aud piovisiun foi meeting it is to be made in thcFoic&tiy Bill to bo considered nest session.'
Lismore Happenings. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Lismore Happenings. (FIIOM OUK l.'0KltKS)10NI).BM1.) ?Wbdx'ksdav. Bkautiful cool woathur with occa sional showers is the order of the day, ?and the' country is looking ''beautifully green ejneo more, although the'grouml is far from being soaked. Election talk and nothing ol.se. AH day long people discuss the. chances. Onu tells you only ''Dick' Balnicr could win thu seat ; and others say l- Rot ! fclind uiarsli isthe only possible man ; ' while our temperance friends avow that 'a 'great error wiis mado in not choosing Bruninoll as the Reform caudidate.' ll is time that everyone realised that the H| hour for discussing this question i.-, p.ist, W and that if G.,T. Hindmarsh is to win B thuy must put. their shoulders to thu , H| whcul and work for him with hear!, and w soul, individually and collectively, in the Hi saniu -way that .succeeded so admirably iu HI Mr. Colenian's cose, otherwise It. D. H; Me.'ighor will be M.L.A. for Ivous. H| Mr. Moaglior speaks to-night in (lie H| Federa...
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Agricultural Society. Tub regular committee meeting' of the R.K.A.H. and P. Society was held in the School i.f Arts, Casino, on Tuesday last. Present — Messrs. C H. Audoisou (presi dent) in the chair, T. Ferguson, J. T. Junor, S. Cole, W. G. Simpson, A. Ciirl ton, W. Dockrill, J. IJ. M'Dougill,- F. fe'tilz, E. O. Greevos, A- Muiiio, l.i*ev. C. Seymour, K. do Tiby, M. Buhner, L. E. Cope, and-E. J. Robinson (secretary.) ftlinutes of previous meeting as read were continued, on ' tlio- motion of Mr. Dockrill, seconded by Mr. Simpson. Ap.ilogies for non-attendance' wore road fiom Messrs. S. Watkins, F. B. Tyrrell, and F. Iviiipman, tho latter makiug several suggestions iu regard to improve ments on the Show grounds. It vv.is decided to deal with the corres pondence when read. The secretary of the Ninth Coast Agri cultuial Societies' Association submitted a propos.l for a National North Coast Show in 15)00. This was deferred' till next meeting for consideration, on the motion of Mr. Dockr...
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON. Mondav. St. . Petersburg is now in a slate of re volution. The troops have lmissacred workmen, women, and children to the number, according to estimate, of 250. All classes of people are enraged. The nations of the world are horritied at (lie official crime. On Sunday the .striker;; attempted to assemble in the Square before tho Winter Palace, in order to present their petition to the Czar asking for redre.su of griev ances. ' The real trouble began at tho bridges, by the military using the knout, the Hat. of (Jieir sabres, and blank cartridges. The procession of strikers to the Square was headed by Fatliiu-H' Gapon and Sergius. A.s they approached they Wore met by a hail of bullets. Father Sergius was killed, and men, women, and children, fell with each volley. The snow and pavements were covered with blood. .The -Cossacks in the vicinity of tho Winter Palace charged the .sight-soors and strikers indiscriminately. Thirty vehicles bore thu wounded a-way...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
PITH AND POINT./ LvtiSts, the prico-redueer, still on the spot. . ?': Moorhejul's fourteen dnys' ssile will he an eye-opener. So far.no plajntu-iufcctud rats hivve been found in (irattou All kinds of photographic material sup plied hy J. T. Cradiek. : The 'm'.vr .shfip' is to be opcnol to morrow. Just have a look in. In parts of Queensland maize is - being sold, as low as Is 10;l per hushel. The 15iishan(: Water-works l!oanl has a credit balance of nearly tlS.OOO. In Brisbane white, wheat is now cj noted at 3s .'id per bushel, Manitoba 3s 8d. In six days ending l'Viilay last 30J inohis of rain fell at (iin (Jin. (juccusland. ^?SiiunJers, one of the coil-inine wheelers at Newcastle, has been cuimnitted for trial; Nominations for three vacancies in the Casino Council close at 0 p.m. un. Monday next. : . There promise to be good fields at the. Lismore Hace Club's meeting. on. Monday next. At Tentci field Master C. Cullen cut his hand badly by falling on a broken glass bottle. ' . '- ? ...
Arbitration Act—A One-sided Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
1 1;'\ Arbitration Act— A One-sided Law. as* ???.:, _ Mr. Horn, secretary of theEmploy - ers' Federation of N.S.W., writes : — 'It has long since been contended that, though the decisions given un der the Arbitral ion Act could be en foiced against employers, they would be useless against the employees, if they felt, disposed to oppose them. In fact, when the Bill was first under dis cussion, 1 personally brought this un der the notice of Mr. Wise, to receive, of course^ a reply that I was labouring , 'under a inisaprehension. However,, 'the Newcastle coal-miners have shown us- how well-founded such a fear was. Though we have been accustomed to have the minor decisions of the Court ?- laughed at by the employees in that district it is oiily now that ^ho true spirit is being shown. The action of the wheelers and miners themselves in openly defying the order of the Court isample evidence of how inequitable' the statute is. Had an ' ' employer committed himself iu a bimilar way, a mean...
Paltry Retrenchment. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Paltry Retrenchment. Tub- abolition of the District Courts at D.'illiua, Bcllingeu, and Maclean vv.is a p.dtiy item of retrenchment, seeing that the extra cost in each case would certainly not exceed £25 yearly. At the same time time people having business in these Com Is are now compelled, to travel from 20 to 70 miles to get justice.' Why the cost of that recent Ministerial picnic to the Sotnh Const would ever thuuxpense of theh'o-tliriie- Courts for probably two yeiii8.-;,;-r.-'-V...-'' ?': ??' ? ' :'''?''?'
Land Debarred from Bounty. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Land Debarred from Bounty. Paragraph 2 of section 2 -of the Sugar Bounties Act provides a pecu liar disability on certain lands. V-Au area of the land used for growing sugar ?cane by wljjte labour, and on 'which the cane .bounty is paid.; mav after wards, through a change ot owner, bo cultivated by black labour ; but should this take place the sugar cane -prb-; duced from that land will, it is said, for ever be debarred from making for. - bounty even if white labour is reverted to This reading of the Act is thai . ' % ' white' land having become, debarred - by 'black' labour, must forever carry the taint, no matter if all coloured _-]uboiir is aliolished, and only, white ty workers are employed for any number of years. It lias been pointed ont to the Minister for Customs that the in . terpretation of the Act might cause ? a very great hardship to innocent per sons, who may purchase or lease such lands for the purpose of cane growing ;' by white labour.
Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Vale. Mr. F. E. Yarnall, tho deservedly popular reader of the Anglican -body, whose term of ollice expires at the end of the month is announced to preach his fitrovvell sermons at St. Mark's, Cariuo, on Sunday morning next, and at Fairy Hill and Kyo«Ie at 3 p.m. and 7 '30 p.m. respectively of the sarno day. . We arc sure liis many friends will make an effoitto attend these services, and while expressing our regret at his departure from the neighbourhood, we wish him giotit success in his future strides for tho Hoi} office he aspires to, mid for which his work aud acceptability throughout the district appear to prove his titness. Mr. A. H. Waiuwright, who will arrive next week, preaches on tho liioruing of February 5th. Mr. H. Mirrington, who will be stationed as lay render at Kyogle, is also expected to arrive in Casino about t lie middle of February. We welcome these gentlemen, and trust their year of servico may bo a happy aijd useful one.
Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
, ?;- - - Road Contracts. O.v MondHy hist the District Works Ofheerp (Miy-Kirkpiitrick) in Casino opened another batch of tenders for road vvoik, and the undermentioned lowest tenders are under consideration : — No. 37, Cusino to North Codrington mid Wharf at Rnnldti's. W. Ward, £100 5s. No, 38, same r-.ad, J. Droney, £61) 8s. No. 39, Palmer's Plains to South Gnn durimba, A. C. Lamont, £'07 10 s. No. 4-1, iipproach to Coraki bridge A. C. Liunont £54 14. No 42, repairs to Irving bridge, Casino, the tender of P. J. Halpin, for the sum of £10, has been accepted. Tenders for another series of contiaets close on Monday next. ' ? *2* ?
Bravo Kyogle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Bravo Kvoerie. So^ih time since, one of the now Kjogle settleis, Mi. \ H.uiow, died m the Casino Hospital, leaving a widow and family piacticilly unmovidtid foi Soma' of iiui Kjogle fi lends aie auanging f. l a conceit to he held m the School of Alts theio on Wednesday, Felnuaiy 13 Then geneious spmt deborves heiuty suppnit, and wo'hopii to he.u of aciowded hou^c on the occasion We undui stand an e\ cellent. piogi mime is being auanged To help the widow and oiphaus is always a noble action, and this is a specialty de serving c-us«.
Casino Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Casino Cbuhoil. A srw ul meeting of this Council vv.is held on Tuesday e\ ening 1 ist Pi esi nt— The Majoi (Alduiman L U Cope), Aldeimen T. Il.il/.ei, D. lliynei, J. Fiost, D Pollock, F Stit/,, and (i. Mortinui. Ait apology was lead fiom Akluiman Fianuy foi noir attcndiiucu.- The Mayoi piesentod a lupoii fiom tho special com mittee embodying lcvisud aud 'new by l-iws, gencM.il, and dealing with sanitation, licensing of vehicles, etc IJe moved, tint tho repoit be leceived and con sidered in committee. Seconded by Aid. Pollock and c ii Hid In com nut tee lengthy and caieful cuiibiileiatlou was given to each by law, amendments bem« mule in 87, b'J, 91 and 102 in the geneiaf, and m 17 of those under the Nuisances Pteventi.'ii 4ub The Council having le siimcd, the niayoi repoited piogu'ss, and upon his mo- inn, seconded by Alduiman Raynei, the ilrsift by laws us amended neie unanimously adopted.
Business Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 27 January 1905
Business Change. Dluim. the week :i ch.iuge m pirtnei bhip li.it. beoii inadu in an old established niurftourislimg business in C.isino, Mis. Bd/ei h iving sold hui half shaiu to Mis Pledgoi at a satisfactoiy hguio We iiiuleisbind that Mi. Hauy Pledgi-i is to enter the him latei on, and we hiMitily congratulate oui young townsman on the splendid st.ut ill life he 1ms obtained Young Pledger h.-ishuen working for Mr. Guikie foi the past nine months, and has at limes li id to take on the duties of Council Cluik, and acted in a vciy satis, faetoiy lnniiner, and his .espeiieiiuf with Mi (ji'ikie will be of seivice to him now. We wish the him a piospeious c-ueei, and feel sine tint with Mi. Thuodoie Bal/.ei at the head of thu concern, con tinued success will attend then eiloits The salo mis eflected l»y Mi. E. M. Geikte, auctionoei, Cismo. The him will c in y on the business uudei thu style of lial/er and Co.