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Chronic Constipation Cured. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Chronlo Constipation Cured. Kuku. Miijjvrr, Nso.., Walgolt, N.S.W., writes: 'Forye.usl had boon a HuM'eter from chrome constipation duo to my hudcu tiiry occupation, tutor. I wont for 11 froo sample of Chamlorlain's Stomach and Liver 1 al)lots;- and tho results wore so satisfactory that I have since used half a dozen bottlos. Tho Tuhlets have-certainly done mo a great deal of good, for when 1 lirst hogmi to usu tlnin 1 ha«l to take four Tablets twice a wook to produce tho dosircd oii'ect, but nun two Tablets a month kcops tho bowels in good order.' For .sale by Hoathwood Bros., Casino Kxi'hango. Cahino : Prlututl mill jmlilisiiuil by Jahkh (Iiiikvh unit (iKoiiuK llKiitiKiiT TuiiNKu, l'nipriotorH, lit tliolr Ucnurnl rrliitliijf oillco, corner of Uiirkor mitt Wnlkor atrcots.
Investments for Wage Earners. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Investments for Wage Earners. Thu safety of lauded property as an invobtment for money is proverbial, ? but it is not often that poor men have a 'chauce'of acquiiiug this kind of asset except as a 'result- of years' saving rlotvovor, 'Arthur llickard t\i Co., Ltd., of Sydney, lire now offering poultry farms near the metropolis and blocks of; land quite near the heart of tho city on terms which place such investments within the reach of all. Ln many cases £1 is the' full amount of tho deposit ''re- quired, and tho subsequent payments do not at'any timo como to more than one pound per mouth, certainly not tivicu as much as some men spend on tobacco. As these properties are rising every . month in value, the opportunity must bo looked on not only as a safe investment, but as one practically certain to carry an' ab normally high rate of interest.
Trade with Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Trade with Brisbane. That the commercial.- connection be tween thq. Richmond River'talid Brisbane, is ra'pi'lly deve|opingv'.is shown by the f.ict.that' after February 7 tho stcamor Pyrniont will inn to this rivur only.' For' tho week onding January 27th, tho lJyiiiiont brought tho following cargo from Brisbane to tho 'Richmond :— For Casino and Con.ki : 1)G bags sugar, 'J casks cement, 3000 bricks, 23 bundles 27 bars iron, 0 casus fruit, 14 bags pol lrird ; for Lismore : 04 bags sugar, 9 rolls netting, 80 bags maize, 10 cases soap, 358 sash weights, 5J casks cement, 35 pipes, 22 packages wire mattresses, 01 bags of pollard, 25 sacks of bran, 58 packages fruit, 53 trusses hay, 10 bars and 4' bundles iro:i, 10 sacks Hour, .10 cases syiup ; for Ballina : 01 bags sugar, 05 bags maisto, 28 sacks bran, 20 bugs pol lard ; for Broadwator : 04 bags sugar.
Casino District Cricket Competition Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Casino District Cricket Competi '.' : tion Union. ;! TliB fixtures for tho second round are : — Saturday, I'ehruary 4th — (ircenridgo v. New Park, at Now Park. 'Jathain v. Bungawalhin, at Tatliam. Wooroowoolgeu v. Wyan, at Wyan. ': Fairy Hill v. Cisiuo Half Holiday, at Cnsino. Wednesday, February 15th— 'A Casino Half Holiday v. Now Park, at Fairy Hill. .Saturday, February 18th— ?! Faiiy Hill v. Ciiecniidue, atFaiiy Hill. Tathnni v Wooioiiwoolgeii, at T.itlurn. Bungnwalbin v. Wynn, at Wyan. Wednesday, February 22nd — Casino Half Holiday v. (Jreonridgo, at Gri'oiiridge. Satin day, Febiiiiny 2.ith — lJungawalbin v. Wooionwtiuigi'ii, at Tathaiu. Saturday, March 4th— Fairy. Hill v. New Park, at Fairy Hill. Tallmni v. Wjan, at Wyan. Wednesday, March 8th— ; Cabino Half Holiday v. Bimgawalbin, - at Tathatn. Saturday, Mnrnh ]8th— Faiiy Hill v. Tatham, at Tatliam. Gieemidge v. Womoowoolgon, at (jicen lidge. Now Park v. Wyan, at Casino. WedneMlay, March 22nd— ? Cnsino Halt Holiday v. I'.itlian...
A Successful Firm of Specialists. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
A Successful Firm of Specialists. Wk- utidorstand- that tho well mid favorably known firm of Berliner & Cj , sigljt . and spectacle specialists, estab lished in Brisbane since the past two docades, was a fow months ago niergud into a 'limited 'liability company, of which Mr. Berliner,' formerly ihe head of tho old linn, U the -managing diioc tor. ''Since the 'advent of' the now 'coin pany,'1 'extensive 'alterations and im provements to tho premises liave'i.'beeu made, besides -tho - addition of moio scientific instruments1 to ? Itlio' plant. Tho spacious '.waitiug'.'aiid consulting rooms are furnished and fitted up foi the comfort and convenience of patrons in the - most - up-to-date' manner, and a highly qualified assistant hus been specially engaged from the' southfor eyo testing and eye -examination.;' What is most remarkable and uuiqiio about this company is the fact that each of tlie directors is a doctor' and particul.ii specialist in the anatomy, physiology, and patho...
He Shot the Calf. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
;' He Shot the Calf. ?A UVKI.Y pnrty from \hv cit}' was tit u seaside which lias onlv lrcuilly be come popular (writes ' Woohicni'), and when thu old year was about to go out there was a rush to faecure bulls, gongs, trays, kuro.seiu«-tiiis, mid any thing capable of making a noise. Only one of the visitors was left without mi instrument, and ho happened to bo tliu very one who invariably distinguiblud himself by going oni) furtliur than any body else. As ho looked round dis consolately for soiih! menus of joining in the infernal diu that was to follow, ho fecumed about to weep. ? and tho jeers of liih companions only lnadchiin sadder. At last he caught bight of a gun on a rack, and his face broke into smilusaslic tore it down. Assuring himself that it was loaded, lie chuckled, and took his stand in the doorway ready to discbarge it. As 12 sounded, and the diu commenced, he raised thu gun hikI fired. Everybody agreed that, it'wn- an immense success, and lie went to bud happy. Next ' ...
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Presbyterian Church. Juik:in-: by tho attendance in the Kyogle School of Arts hall on Wednes day of last week, Prosbyteriauism is a live element in that part of the' district. The occasion was a tea meeting and social 'gathering. Accoriiing to a report submitted,' church finances are very natisf.ictory, and owing to the increasing congregations at. the services hold by the Rov. J. P. Lewis, a special meeting is to be held to1 take' steps to have a church erected 'at Kyogle. Addresses were delivered by tho Rev. D. Allan (who was chairman on the occasion), iM. Kirkpatrick, and J. P. Lewis, and Dr. Loughuau — who promises to bo a' useful and energetic citizen. A very well arranged programme of instrumental and vocal music was rendered by local amatetus, of whom Mrs and Miss Dully -.and Miss Tarbolton destuve special mention. 'During tho evening a committee of church members weroup pointed. The gathering was very eiics cossful and enjoyable in every ruspoct
A Reformer. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
A Reformer. Tucpiiest Gapon, who is leading the btrikeis in St. Petuibbuig, lias been interviewed. He admitted that formerly lie lmd been mi agent provo cateur, but since' the death, of Al. 1'lehve, Ihe Minister of the Interior, lie had been a sincere reformer. ' The sti ike,' ho said, ' did not commence until (he Prefect of Police tit Si. Petersburg in I imnted thai Ihe demands of the workers had been rejected. Political reforms mu.-:i precede econo mic concessions. 11 Hie police and the Cossacks obstruct. 'the. way to Ihe Winter P.ilace, wliithor we are going lo-moirow, and shoot, us, 1 shall be the lirst to fall, hot our blood will accom plish more than the' ,1110*1 successful agitation. Wo go as, loyal citizens to obtain a hearing of the Czar. If we tail we shall have, proved to the world that peaceful agitation is useless, but that wo must try some other means. We have notilicd .Prince Svialopolk Mirski, the Minister of the Interior, of our desire to meet the Czar. If ho reluse...
Turbine Steamer for Northern Riyers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Turbine Stoamor for Northern Rivers.1 'At tho half-yearly meeting of the North Coast S. N. Co, Mr. Allt, the' chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, sairl it whs tho intention of the company to issue more shares for tho purpose of building ' one ; or' more steamers to more throughly develop the trado in which the company was on; gaged. At tho present, .time specifica tions* were being' prepared for'-a' now, bout, which would run between Sydney and tho northern liveis, and which tho propelling power would bo of tho tur bine description; With regard to the new shales, , the -present shareholders' would have the privilege of taking thorn up at thorato of their present holdings.
Pumpkins for Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Pumpkins for Dairy Cows. In a bulletin issued by the Penn sylvania Bxpeiimentnl 'Station the pumpkin is highly recommended as a lood for dairy cows. Many fanners frequently jfeed pumpkins to dairy c!itllu,wiUi satisfactory results, while others, feed thorn with comparatively little bouelit. It has frequently been observed that pumpkins may bo fed with good effect, if the cows do not have good pasture. Pumpkins are frequently given to dairy cows to sup plement insunicient pasture during the latter part' of the season. Un doubtedly they, may be fed most ad vantageously in connection with other foods. Nearly all the succulent cattle foods are fed with the greatest econ omy with other foods, with the ex ception of pasture grasses and soiling crops.
Siding to Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Siding to Butter Factory. ,. In regard to the application for a siding from the railway line to the Casilio Butter .Factory, the lion C. Lee writes as under, to Mr. E. do C. Irby : -' Regarding the' siding Mr Little's report is to hand ; his estimate of cost is L'45(), considerably less than the Cnmmissionci.s. I It ivc had to submit the report to them, as that ques tion ia within their jurisdiction, but di rectly I get it back, with thoir reply, X will stud the Dairy Co. a reply.' - '* -
Craded Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
' ' : Graded Butter.' In a letter to a friend atftTullnnbiinby Mr. G. JVl'Lcnii, formerly hotel -keeper at Byron U.iy, and now on a visit to England as representative of the North Coast Co-operative Co., writes : — ' I have oxamired Government -graded butter hero from New Zealand. . Tho verdict of those handling it is that no one buys by the Government, brand. 1 have seen a 'number of boxes opened, - and 'in' many instances th'oso' branded', as of second quality contained' butter superior to that in those bearing the first quality brand. ! As' a result, neither buyer or seller tal.es any notice of the brand.-'
Those Wharfage Duos. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Those Wharfage Dues. In I ho course of a political addre'ssat the Tweed Heads Mr. R Moagher said the Bill imposing these duos was a re markable instance of tho reliauco to be placed on the promises oF Mr.' Car-; ruthenvwho had givou Ins word .thati there should bo no new taxation, and this bill imposes upon tho producers a burden of £70,000 a year, of which huge; sum the people of this 'electorate must contribute ' £10,000. It ? was to be re membered, however, that 'the' Gover nor'a signnture had not yet been attached to the Bill, and if the electors took tho proper course it might never bo attached.
That Timber Depot. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
That Timber Depot. In regal d. to the recent intim.iHon by Mr. Howen that ho is prepared to allow timber-getters to unload and ship lr.g timber from his land at To in lei ;it 3d per log, ' An Old Teamster'' writes :— ' I would like to point out lli.it, at the pre sent time tho iirun of the donot does not exceed two roods. There are atjo.i.sfc fni'ty, teamsters drawing to this depot, who iimka'nn an' average 'twenty-oight trips per year, anil bring at- least, three lugs per i rip. It will not require a skilled accountant to work out that at this rati1, tho holder of the land would lie receiving noiloHB tli.m £42 yearly f'-r the^iisc of hiilf-an-iicre of land — a much butter in vestment than d-iirying or timber hauling. 1 may add that until the Exi'Kiiss pub lished the result nf the'conversition with Mr. Bowen thu teamsters I have spoken to did n.it lvally know what charge was made, and in sinus cosss have paid con siderably in excess of the sum mentioned, although we have no' means o...
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Wedding. On Wednesday of last wook, Mr. b French, a popular business man at Kyogh1, was married to Miss L M., Weary, daughter of a respected resident 'nf this district. Mr. W. Wuarv. Tho ceromony was performed1 by the Rev. D. Allan, and took place at' the residence of tho brido's parents. Miss M. French ?was bridesmaid and Mr. ?;- A. Weary groomsman. There was a largo gather ing of relatives and friends, and the bride received numerous presents. Mr. and Mrs. French proceeded to Brisbane' for tho honeymoon trip. We. wjsh the happy couple a long lease of happiness.
Our Dairy company. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Our Dairy Company. '.Stonkwall Co-oim'.ka'J'ion' writes : — I have given Mr. llobinsun ample time to reply to my letter appealing in the 11. H. ExruusK at the beginning of thiB year, ui; the working of the Casino Dairy Company. When my hist letter appeared commenting on this subject, Mr. llobin hon vciy quickly took the matter up to evneel my errois. Jf Mi1. Robinson can teach me anything in 'reference to co operation, 1 am quite willing to learn ; biit'l am afraid' he 'has .'abandoned his guns.' By niio glance at his own state ments it can clearly be seen he has con tradicted himself. T can ,assure Mr. Jtobinson that 1 have never heard in' the hislo;y of ' true' co-operation uf a com pany having stock on liuud and afloat at the lime of malting their pay, oi that the value is estimated, and the money not distributed ; it would bo a wise plan not to estimnte the value. It would be better for the Coinp.iny to wait till the product w.is sold and pay tho leal value. For argument sake, s...
Government Grading of Butter. (Per favour of the R.R. EXPRESS.) No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Government Grading of Butter, (Per favour of the Jt. 11. Exchess.) » JJv J. ll.'^C. Hakpkk. No? IV. In, giving expression to my views upon this subject I urn endeavouring, to asoer (nin the evidence of other supporters of this movement and to do no have hud to correspond with people who do not live williih 500 miles of : the Ilichinondllivor ; iincl I miiht confess thu undertaking is one entailing a fair iimounl of extra corres pondence, and very often the information is delayed. The Department of Agrioul ture in Queensland, through the minister (Mr. Denhiim), hnvo boon interesting themselves in furthering the interests of pioducers in the gre.it Northern State. Everybody knows tlmt the niiuifacture of butter' in- Queensland is a thing not so easy as is the eii.se with their more favoured' neighbours, and the Depait mo'nM or'iather the State, has hnd for some time under consideration the export of butter to England. Tliey apparently realiso thai therein lies the upholding and eNtia ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Heathwood Bros., Merchants and Importers, Are Opening the New Year with a thoroughly well ASSORTED STOCK OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS. Clothing „ . ! I ' . ; CO .-! . Hats *—* Boots Umbrellas , * ^ Shirts © W Handkerchiefs I—H Laces £l] . r-j CO i I Trimmings ^ V 1 Velvets T Gloves ? -_ ^ Muslin \£ hH Corsets Millinery -^ I — ? O j ?? P ^ — ? r- , ^ Calicoes HH ^J Flannels r^ J^» Linens '^ Prints -p^ -—k Dresses (W? Silks -- Ribbons Hosiery (ryj Toilet Requisites ^* Mantles m Flowers [-l PQ Ladies' Ware Ph tj* Fancy Goods rrTI *^ Perfumery p ?, ,. : I -lIpwi ;;;?/?? ?. -?-?--; CASINO EXCHANGE. w/ASJ 111 Vx / ?wtot ?nwroiiimi iiniiiMnniwiiMriirTi^rwiCTnmir— ?nrmriwn ?iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii iiimii iiinn iT-r-miTT— ''??''' ? ?'~1' ? ~ ? ' ? °—**°'— '™aM*^MMI™a'1 ...,,.' TO COMMENCE Sa.turda.v FBbniHirv 4th filG ANTIC PREPARATIONS are being ^* made fop housing what we intend shall be the REALEST SALE EVER HELD ON THE RICHMOND. To realise this high and ambitious ideal mighty measures ape being ad...
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
ECHOES NEAR AND FAR The uiuhiriiieutioiiRd (iceiipiilion and pro teicutial oei iiinilion lieetifei ; in tho Cahino and I iMimie Lund DisliKtn ha\c been re now cd foi tin pi esc nt \en -II E iajloi, Lots No IK) and US, T G Hewitt, Lots No Got and 005, C C Lame, D 1- Jveini), t. ? ... . .i^ . t ii i-u\\son, iji|iiHK 1,'oiest. | \iuuial lenses jiippioNed of — W \ alislt 3 , 21, 24, and 2~- aeua, jiansli Wctt C01 iki, at icntal H ^s, H 12s, and Ii \o& lesptc tncly In fonnur days it is related Unit Nobn cli idnc//\i lucd on gi ihj In the picsiut da- Ihoiisiiuds b\o 011 Ihu tiuf Three liunilrcd thousand bags of wheat uc piled up on the pici at the station, Wiilianislowu, Victona, awiiting ship ?111 lit N11 \c-suls aie awulablc Mnnj ruling ships iismllj Msilmg the pmtaio engaged in comicctioii with the Manchiuinn war Ovoal, Bvitiiin cousmnes more butter than imj nthei iiition llio u 11 igo pi 1 held is. H peimds a \uu, as igmibt eight pounds in t-(inian-, foui uouuds 111 Fiance, an...
Farmers Visiting Co-operative Factories. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Farmers;: Visiting Go-Operative Factories. \i the last mooting of tho Bung'ilou Agiioultuial boeioti, a lettoi was lead fiom the piesident of the Rnnimli Fm mots' Coopeiatuo Dnny Coiiipnii\ statinflftlmt a laigo niimbm of laimuis wore aiixio'us lo attend tho Bungalow show and to look ovor the North Coast Co operative Company's factories, at Byron liny and Lisiiiore, iinil asking if 200 farinora oould bo .licuoniinoilnttui at tho hotels. Tho seorotary was in structed to reply Unit tbo party could bo aecommodatod without ditlioulty; lEyory effort will bo miido to make the visitors trip produotivo of good results. :.'. The TrTi(lo~PTilace keeps tho best brand of koroaouo, vi-i, Snowlliiko, uud their priio in tho luwuat iu the dUtvid.