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

ISallina. Oil Saturday last (says tho '?Beacon') a little boy, aged 19 months, ihe son of Mr. C. Rose, of Corrabel Creek, had a narrow oscape from being poisoned. It appears that the littlo follow wandered away from the houso, and scoingsoinu toadstools nroenedod t.n -«ir. them. For tunately tho nurse girl camo along just in time to see him in tho act, and took him homy immediately. Dr. Zielilko, who was speedily summoned from Bun galow, administered tho proper remedies, and the- child is now out ol all dangci. Tho division of tlio Roman Catholio parish of Balliua has been carried out, the Rev. S. M'Donnell having beon op pointed to Wavdell. Tho authorities have seized man) hundreds of cases of rifles and ammuni tion in Chinese godowns near Shang,to'» intendod for tho Reform Party. | The Crown Princo of Saxony «''j® probably marry his divorced wih b sistor.

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

A Cattle Disease. Some issues ago we (' Cairns Post') chronicled the fact that Mr. W. :. M'Carvoll, of Freshwater Creek, had lost a number of his cattle through ? . redwater. We now learn that cattle ??.are dying in a wholesale manner at Nelson and Aloomba from the same disease. A peculiar point about the last, outbreak is that cattle which sur . -vived a previous attack have succum bed, although according to the best authorities they should have been immune. It seems, therefore, as if inoculation for redwater is not a pre ventive, otherwise a beast that sur vived one attack would not be affected afterwards. One owner treated some . of his affected cattle by giving thern doses of cow-salts and castor oil, and the beasts so treated recovered. The Chief Inspector of Stock, to whom . this matter was submitted, said that a gentleman of great experience, who ( had -cattle iu the same district, had called ou him and stated that the dis ease was not redwater, but gross in festation, which ...

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

Local and General News. Methodist Church. — As advertised elsewhere next Sunday will be observed us Thanksgiving Day in connoction with the Mothodist Church. Special Bermons will bo proached at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., and a golden offering taken up at each sorvice. This doos not moan that everv member of the congregation is expected to place gold upon the plate, but simply to iucreaso his offering. Thanksgiving Day will culminuto with a tea meeting on the following Wednesday. Rainfall at Theresa Creek.— We aro indebted to Mr. P. B. Rooko for the following particulars of the rainfall and temperature at Theresa Creek for the month of February: — February 6th 4 points, 18th 70 points, 21st 4 points, 24th 23 points, 25th 30i points, 27th 27 points, 28th 49 points ; total, 216i points. The greatest heat in the shade registered during the month was on the 19th 10(5, 22nd 100, 24th 110, .25th 112. Rain is greatly neoded to bring the grass on for winter food and for green feed and other crop...

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

Alleged 5£mliczz!euieii&. A warrant has been issued in Mel bourne for the arrest of Edward S. Moulton, Grand Secretary of the Pro testant Alliance Friendly Society of Australia, on a charge of embezzle ment. The warrant was issued at the instance of Messrs. John Stewart, ? Joseph Kelso, and Howard Nelson, trustees of the Society, who swore an information charging Moulton with embezzlement on six counts. The amounts stated , are LL0 5s, Ll 10s, L20/-L14 18s 3d, L20, and L350, whidi'Moulton is alleged to have mis appropriated while acting as secretary ot the Order. Moulton was last seen a fortnight ago. It is believed that his troubles arose . out of 'a craving for stage work. ,'He believed ? himself to be a born actor, and this led to his touring the country with a small com pany and neglecting his duty as sec retai-y. An audit made during his absence from town showed that sums totalling L876 was not accounted for.

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

Gazette Notifications. A sale of Crown lands will be held at Casino on Wednesday, llth March, at noon. The Crown land sale advortised to be held at Byron Bay on the 10th iust.' has been postponed until Tuesday, tho 17th iust. Annual leases not renowod, and tho laud therein ombracod has bccoino vacant Crown laud, available for the purposes of tho Crown Lands Acts : — Land District of Casino : Nos. 29208 and 29210, H. A. Devlin, 490 acres and 1 180 acres, parish Warrazatnbil, county Rous ; Nos. 29414 and 29415, P. G. Devlin, 400 acres, parish Laugweli, county Rons. Next Quarterly Licensing Court at Casino lias been fixed for the 21st April, at 10 a.m. Spocial Licensing Courts will bo hold at Casino on 17th March and 19th May, at 10 a.m. Wednesday, llth March, has ba'on proclaimed a public holiday in tho Elootoral District of Lismore,

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

. Tlie Prime ffliiiister. I Sir E. Barton brought his Tasraan-' ian tour to a close last week, when be addressed a meeting at Ulverstone, dealing at some length with the tariff question. He said that freotrade in Australia was dead, and the fiscal policy of the Opposition could be called 'nothing but a revenue tariff. He (SftWRjdward Barton) had never pro mflraf oaring in a purely revenue tariff wra^at any protective side. He would newwSbe js, party to re-opening the tav^SrasueJwiich would be disastrous * 0 MP ' auc' maili;ifacturing in't(?||i|» SytlheV/ff1'-' to n qiies^on the IfedJ^^^PiaaJiieiS «iid that if defer were charged ^ ajKtSS^rd^.cors Customs OwipilWw^fcg^Lld . uot interfere, ,1'liat was it-^|^I^R^_vever, wl'i^li might. aK t'10 p o \v ss i o 1 1 .

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

This Arbitration Act; There is a feeling that the Arbitration Act requires amending owing to' the delay caused by the hearing of the cases under section 12, which provides for constituting tho Court into one of Petty Sessions for the hearing of small debts' cases. A striking incident of this oc-' currod last week, when several trades unions proceeded against individual members for tho recovery of subscrip tions in arroar, amongst tho number boing tho New South Wales Sawmill aud Tinihor Y ard Employes' Association, tho Broomworkers' Union of New South Wales, tho New South Wales Oporalivo Bakers' Association, and the Australian Gaslight Company's Gasfitters' anil As sistants' Union. Owing to the time that was occupied in the hearing of the casos it was after 12 o'clock before the urgont business iu connection with tho hearing of casos of industrial dispute could be taken by tho Court. It is urged as a remedy to tho valuable time being thus taken up (.hat tlio Act should bu amend ed to...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. O'Sullivan in Defence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Sir. O'Siillivan in Defence. Speaking at Mitchelago, ou Friday last, Mr. O'Sullivan, referring to the work of the Government, said the Ministerial, party taught the doctrine of hope, confidence, and progress. They believed that New South Wales was so ricti m resources tliat there was ample room for development, and settlement by population. They had an abiding faith in the credit and good name of the State, and therefore did not hesitate to borrow money at. 3J per cent., fi'nd to invest it in public works, railways, tramways, sewerage works, artesian wells, water conserva tion works, etc., which returned from 4 to 5 and 6 per cent. Only a few days ago the Railway Commissioners admitted that the Newcastle tramways were returning 5 per cent. The Min isterial party also believed in harbour works, roads, bridges, and other public works, which indirectly paid by de veloping districts, increasing the value of Crown land, and giving cheaper and speedier access to markets. Dur ing their ten...

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

[?] The Board, consisting of Messrs. W. Freeman (Chairman), S. Garrard,- mid D. Campbell, concluded thoir. leiigthy sit ting on Tuesday. Followihg is a list of the cases dealt with after , the close of our report in last issuo : — ? : . V ' Monday, 2?jd March. APPRAISEMENT OF 11ENT A L. The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited, Logan p.o.l. No. 386a, appraisod at £4 per section of 040 acres. The Commercial Banking Company of , Sydney, Limited, Bungawalbin r.a. No. 375, appraised at ,£4 ? per soction of. 040 acres. ? . ? The following eases for appraisement of value of land, &c., resumed for road purposes, were adjourned to next Board ineetiug : — Executors of tho late W. C. Bundock, portion No. 20, parish Loadstone, ? 122 acres '' ? ; F. F. Bundock aud C. W. Bundock, portions Nos. 39 aud 49, ; parish War razambil, 320 acres and 273a. 3r. 20p. Executors of the late W: C. ; Bundock, portions Nos. 0, 7, and S, parish War razatnbil, 160 acres, 106 acres, aud 107 acres. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 6 March 1903

Australian Soldiers. His Honor Judge Docker- evidently made ii mistake in accepting a seat on the Bench, where lie from time to time poses as a public critic, and naturally brings dowu much adverse criticism on his head. His latest idiosyncrasy lias been to make adverse comments on the character of the Australian soldiers who went to South Africa and fought gallantly for the Empire. Some of these men have got into trouble since their return, and no doubt deserve punishmeiit; but to cast wholesale aspersions on the great body of soldiers who weiit to South Africa from Aus tralia is about as just as to condemn a whole famijy for the misdeeds of one member thereof, or a whole community because it. includes in its ranks a few criminals. His. remarks have raised a very hornets' liest round his ears, for fortunately even the remarks of ;a Judge are open to comment in these self-governing States, and Australians' will not submit to their characters being blasted without a- protest and call...

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

Fred. J. Board, A.I.A., . A rribif.ftp.t, Woodlauk-Street, Lismore. Eight Years' Experience with two leading Sydney Architects. Flans and Specifications on Reasonable Terms YISIl'S CASINO EVERY THURSDAY, aud may be consulted at Stiruess' Hotel. ' The Richmond River Express AND , TWEED ADVERTISER. Casixo, Fijiday, March fi, l'JOo.

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

Liuul and Survey Office. 'The Mayor of Casino is to be com mended in the action he has taken iu moving in the Council that a Land andi Survey Office be established in Casino. We do not think there is anyone bold enough to assert that Casino is not the most central position for such an office, or that there is any other part of these districts where there is a greater ex tent of Crown lands than in this. The large amount of work done at the local Lands Office, and the very large volume of business transacted at the Laud Board sittings, is sufficient. ' evidence that, iu' the interest of the community, a Land and Survey Office is necessary in Casino. We feel sure that if the matter is put before the .Government in a proper light there will be no hesitation in granting so reasonable a request;. : ;

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

SProuglit Itclicf. At the last meeting of the Casino Municipal Council letter? wore read, coming from the Seavetarjus of the Lady Mayoress' Committee, asking the Council to co-operate in tho move ment for providing relief to those un fortunate people who are left in a state bordering on starvation by the raVages of the drought. The Mayor, very rightly considering it was a matter for the whole Council t.o deal with, asked his fellow aldermen an expression of opinion, and whnt they proposed, doing.. For a few minutes dead silence reigned supreme, aud, to a listener, it would certainly appear that the members were at a loss as to the proper mode of procedure — either that, or that they were disinclined to entertain the matter at all, and to a stranger the latter would certainly have been the conclusion arrived at, as a resolution was ultimately moved that the letter be simply acknow ledged. The Mayor was naturally much surprised, and expressed his feelings in a few very forcible but se...

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

Casino I^auils Olllee. The following areas were applied for at the local Lands OHice during the past fortnight : — B. G. Yabsley, c 1, 420 acres, county Richmond, parish West Coraki. A. It. Olley, c p, 400 acres, and cl 880 acres, county Rous, narish Jk'L'i. W. C. Dasecke, c Is 119 and 300 acres, county Buller, parish SVooilenboiig. W. M. Walters, c p, 100 acres, and o 1 400 acres, county Rous, parish Warraz ainbil. T. S. Cole, Special Lease, 50 acres, county Richmond, parish YVyon. Geo. Robinson, a J, 30 acres, county Rous, parish North Casino. Alex. Whiteside, a 1, 110 acres, county Richmond, parish Wyou. A. I'. Richardson, a 1, 70 acres, county Rous, parish North Codnngton. _ John Farley, a 1, 1280 acres, county Buller, parishes I'ocupar and Toolooni. P. D. Moran, a I, 1720 acres, county Richmond, parish Ellaiigowan.' ? Alfred Brown, c p, 100 acres, and cl, 300 acres, county Rous, parish 'Hanging Roclf. . ? j (John T. Margin, e p, 100 acres, and cl, 300 acres, county Rous;, paris...

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

Sanitary Mutters. Puoi'LK are now beginning to awaken to. the fact that the prevalence of typhoid is becoming a rather serious, matter, and the sanitary , condition of Casino is at last commencing to agitate their minds. The subject has been taken up by the Council, but that body cannot do a great deal — the greater responsibility rests with the Govern ment Medical Officer, who acts in be half of the Public Health Department. In a previous issue we referred to the matter of typhoid iu Casino, and we cannot say more, except to urge upon residents the necessity of keeping their premises, particularly back yards, in a clean state. Nothing conduces more to the. spread of typhoid than uncleauliness. The complaint fairly thrives in tilth, and it therefore be hoves nil to give particular attention to sanitary matters.

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Exemplary Tales. THE FIERY UNTAMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 March 1903

' I2\omi»l»r.y Tales Till- KIKUV UNTAMED. Osci'j or twice, perhaps, there was :i..Tr;im Cur made upon the American Plan, unci it wjis a regular Hustler. ' I- reckon,' snid this Car, 'that. I would Scoop more Cash if (he people slid not. walk so much. So it gave a Loud Moan. and. rnshiii-r at. a Plain Countryman, who was crossing the road,' it Tossed him in the Air, to his creafc Dismay. And when the Country man was being fitted for t.wo Wooden Legs at the Hospital, he said, very Bitterly, ' 1 have often heard of fhe Government- Stroke, but I would sooner bo stroked by a Royal Bengal Tiger than experience the like again.' But lie was Mightily Consoled when the Authorities proclaimed that it was his own fault for Walking, instead of contributing to tlie Public Revenue. So the Poor Man apologised for coming down again, after being Tossed up into fhe Air, and explained that if there had been anything up there to Hold on To, he would much rather have stayed there until the C'U's went- Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 March 1903

Advertisements, j M P011TANI N 0 T-I C 15 For Sale or Lease, W00R09W00LGEN FARMS SUBDIVISION. VERY EASY TERMS. The WHOLK of tho UNSOLD FARMS, ranging in urea from 50 to 400 Acres. :29-FJa.ISIKrS.-^9; Inspection' Invited. - Full Particulars on ..application to JAS. B. M'DOUGALL, Auctioneer, Casino. Wanted Known rpHAT THE UNDERSIGNED HAS 3E'OX& &u^XUT3~s . SELECTIONS. FARMS (of all areas). BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, in all pavtB of tho District. ??? A1.S0, FAT CATTLE. STORE CATTLE. ; - ^ DRAUGHT & BLOOD HORSES (broken . _ and unbroken). ? .-?? . STALLIONS. v s , ; Write for Particulars (to t -, . JAS B. M'DOUGALL, . 3 . Auctioneer. Casino.. pUBLIC 'NOTICE, Shut .your oyo to.quality and tlio worhl is full of c'hcap things. As a rule tho less you pay the more it costs in the long run. I ilon't boast too much of clieap pricus, and still, quality considered, I am selling Meat! Meats Meat! At I'riccs for SI'OT' CASH, that must interest careful buyers. If lowest prices, co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 March 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 March 1903

Advertisements. mO LET. -COTTAGE, witli Stables, JL Couch House, and 5 acres of land. For particulars apply to R. A. CARLTON, & Co., Auctioneers. Barker-street, Casino. F'Jlt SALE — About 20 Head Good Forward, two-yoar-old STEERS. Apply C. HANCOCK, Senr., Tahulani Road. FOR SALE -A FARM of 180 Acros, situate on. Deep Creek, 3 miles from Tathani. ? The Farm is subdivided into six paddocks, and (JO acres arc- now undor maize. Eight-roomed Dwelling House, 2 Barns, Milking Yards, and all other neces sary improvements. Never failing supply of lirst-elass. water. Inspection invite^. No Agents. Apply to WM. KNIGHT, on the Promises. TOST PUBLISHED— THE AUSTRA ft LI AN HOUSEWIFE'S GUIDE, by MRS THEO. WINNING, author of THE A USTRALIAN HOUSEHOLD MANUAL. Price, Is; post free, Is 3d. - IvEALY & PHILIP, 251, Georgo-strept,.aud all Book sellers. Q O M i\f ONE R S ' R O L L. All Persons desirous of having their names enrolled' on the COMMONERS' ROLL of tlio Casino Common, are reque...

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Customs Administration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 10 March 1903

Custom* A-liiiiuistia»tioii. At Adelaide on Wednesday night, Mr. Kingston justified his administra tion of the Customs. He said that iu tho past the Government had lost revonuo, and, therefore, now it pro vided that if there were two possible duties, the highest was to bo taken.. The groat majority of traders wero honest, but careless slips were just as harmful as intentional slips. In sovoral cases thoy had boon fraudulent. _1I6 maintained that inmost merchants were swindled by careless slips equally as by tho fraud of competitors. Could they doubt he was placed in a difficult position ? He believed that at present lie was doing no moro than his duty, and that ho was supported by tho majority of the people of .Australia. Somo poople wanted to drive a coach and six through, the tariff aud get goods iu free. Sometimes they got goods through. Sometimes ho got the mer chants, and they went to the police court. They could trust him to collect tho duties Parliament intended. In spite of ...

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