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Sensational Disclosures. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Sensational Disclosures. biNsvuoWl disclosuies with lefeionco to tho 'ringing in' of horses were made 1 duniiL' the heumg of i ciso in the Tnsol ! \oney Couit The nisolvont, Joseph Fi incis bl ittny, foimulv of Petoisbuig, licensed Mctuillci, stated thitlisljiu ho lost £4')0 Ihiough backing hoiscs lie explained thil he gi\e lliu\ lie id, i , h iiuoi, £70 tobuj i hoi so, mil lent him ' £10 foi Ins own use Re id bought the lacehone Romuo, but, that w is not the latino he intended him lo \n\y Read statod Romeo w is not the hoisi hcgl\e I £80 foi Romeo was woith ibout £14, ind msohent sold him foi £12 Mi Dow noi (counsel lepiosonting liustee) Then this was a swindle between yn\ md Read to ' ung m' the lioiso ' ' — ' Yos ' 'Gontleinm Jim w is to be -ouis'' — ' Yes ' 11 'id told niutlio loil hoise wo woie to bny was Gentloin m Jim ' Gi n tleinau Jim was a .disqualified b^dnei hoi so''- 'Yes' 'Sou md Reid, then, woie going lo ling (lOiilloman Jim in hoie as Romeo ''— ' Yos ' 'Who is llnuy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
I Advertisements. WAN IKI) -A (Jood liKNKRAL SEH VANf, Apply lo.Mits. M'KKLLAR, Commercial Hunk, Casino. I X X 7 \N rid), a MAN. Must bo -.ible to 1 VV milk and m.ikc himself useful. Apply W J DUCKRILL, I.ismoio Road, j Casino VTTANl'KI), b- one of the best Daily VV Families 111 the Slate, l.uge Daily up to 100 to 120 Cows, on sbaics or salniy as mnj bo agieed upon.- l\uticulai« at Ofhie of thib papei 1 WANTED, a GHNHRAL SHUVANT; 01 Nmse (iiil. Apply lo Mt.s. F. B TYRltBLL, Pound Hill, C'.isino. WA^TIHl), a CoinpeU-nt (iHNKRAL bKRVAN I'. Appl\ as onon iib'pob sible to Mrs. RUTH UK FORD, Linker stuet, Casino , 1 , '' l '1 ,1 OOl'BAlL A T W Y A N. AMI'lUINCi of all liilou &lod in. toiming a root ball Club at Wynn, will hi- held at tin Residence of Mi. H. Cl.uk, Wyan, at 7 }(» p in on SA IURDAV, FEIiRUAUV 4. i * ~ — ']Jy h'muos1!,** S. ALLAN. /?^RCHNRIDOL FOOTBALL CLUli It ? VLL pel sons who ate uitciested in the foi inatiou of a Football Club at (iicen ndgc, aie icinicsled to ...
Butter Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Butter Commission. Com m km iMi 011 the report, the Mel bourne 'Age1' states: — 'Tho second report of t lie Butter ComtnisKion has been long in coming, but it is worth waiting for. It is not merely that it is 1111 iinthoi itatno exposure- of some fraud - llll-IIU ^JLIlULIUUn, UIIU ll- IS CApillJlt. Ill pointing out tho steps which ought to he takon for their remedy. Will tho State Government now promptly and effi ciently act 011 the recommendations which have been received Y The report declares that it has cause of complaint against the mail companies, in so far as those firms placed hindrance in the way of honest imcstigition, and that their payment of this money— not being al lowed equally to all shippers, but to a favoured few— was a violation of clause 8 of tho contract, the motive being to wiong pioduceis Short of a criminal prosecution, it is not very easy to .say anything more inonijvntovy than that.' The superintendent of the P. and () Co., says the report is a malicious lib...
Encouragement to immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Encouragement to Immigration. S11 II To/ 1 u re'ates an o\tiaoid mny uibtmee of tho opoiation of tho Federal Immigration I'estriction Act. When he was leaving England tho somow hat delicate health of Lady To/01 rondei ed it necet-sary that she should have some one lo attend upon her. A jonng English gnl whs bo'eeted to no company hei, and of couibc eho would not leave u'ithoiit some dclinite engage munt. lieinj^ technically 11 nnmnal worker ' under contraet, when tho Minathoii oanio within Coinmon wealth juribdietinn sho stood 111 the position of a piohibited inimigiant liefoio sho was allowed to laud bn vHoiai-d Toner had to dcelaio that she was only a \isitoi,aud would utuin to England within a speeiliod tinio. lie hud in fact, to undertake that' she should not rim iiway and unlawfully attempt to be come a resident iu White Australia. This perhaps would' not havo muttered much had not circumstances arisen which inclined her to stay hero. It is stated that on the way out sho met so...
THE LATEST NEWS. LONDON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
THE LATEST NEWS. [BY TJMjISURAIMJ ] LONDON. Fjuijay. Till- pinato bifoof tholalu M byxeton, I mclllbcl of tllO FlCUch Cll 111)1)131 (if Deputies, xxlioiicenllycoinnutlod smui-lu,i has boon opened at IJiussols,aiid u is found to lmld leeeipts foi 1.3,000,000 Hants (£520,000), wlui.li liul been ciistiibuteii iiiiion«st Pm is joiiiiiils mil politic) ms, foi llit- puiposo of piouiotiiig Miiious politic il eamniigns Tin- Pnnie Mimslti, tin Ri^liL II m A J Bilfoui, uldiessed a meeting of his LUU'titiiuils it IC ibt M.mclicstu l.isl ni^ht, and m ie[)ly ton elullenye fiom Mi .lolin Mm ley to miiiiiii msi- In , \k\\s on tilts hseil qiKslun) on a sheet of note papei, lie ictd fiom a hilf sheet us ful lows — '[ disno mi nltei nti n so is to bccuio fiLOilom of iclmn, which m unpos siblc x\lnlo holding tint no tax ibiou .should bo nil post d ixcipt toi i(-\niut- puipnses Finedom lo stiengthcn thu hands of tho Government inncyotiiition, in (he hope of loweini-rfoiugn hostile 1-iu ills, in iy enab...
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. L „ i ? * ? LONDON, Wkdnksiiav. 1 Dksim;katk lighting took placo botween tho rovolutionarieB and police at Lodz,, Russian Poland. Many of tho mob woro killed. Explosions of bombs killed Koyeral police, nnd prisons mid other- buildings were wrecked Two tobacco factories in ot. rotersliurg have renewed work, tho strikers 'having iiubmitted. All the factories nt Tlovarunc^ Itign, and the employees of workshops at Saratutr have struck. Thirty thousand workmen at Moscow have also struck. The Cossacks tired on 3000 making a donioiwtration on Tuusday, and many wore, wounded. A ukase giving General Tropoff, tho Governor-General of St. Putersbur^, ah solute power has been published by ordur of tlio Czar, and notice issued allowing the strikers 24 hours to resume work. Those- .refusing are to bo deported to villages ' ? LONDON, Thuushav. 1 The Paris correspondent of tho London ' Tiinos ', slates that tho ' autocracy of Russia, besides exciting tho scorn and execration of...
An Eventful Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
An Eventful Voyage. Thkium fiom b-dncy sijs the foundi liu^ of the sehooiui Violot Dm pi I livn niiliui novlli of Itulliom!!' Hniids ,w;is a di'- istious eiidnu of i most ovcniliil \oy igo Tho sch onei hid been tossing ibout on thocoistfii ueaily two nionths blu- left Sydne- on the 20th Nouinliu last for the Bellinger River, - undor the command of Cipt im C Tinge, md cu ned a eien of siv llu caigo consisted of coil, gunpowdei, md d-n unite Tho lull bt'tucen b^dncj Hi ids mil the Billiugei Rivei is usu illy inudo in iwi-cl- with f iM-iu ihlc wiathn, and bcldoin oc eiipns moie th m I en diys ot a foitinghl On thu piesont tup the weilhoi coudi tions wero adverse Almostvifroiii (ho horn of cle u ing Sydney He id-, he id winds weioiuet withand he i\j seisencouulcied mid the little ciaft of 114 tons was gcli ei illy it tin nieiey of the ch mints The crow siillerod much 'fivin Ihc const-nt toil, md luttiily fiom insulhciiiit fo d foi tho meat give out time weeks ig i List night nhon tho Vi...
THE WAR. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
THE WAR. LONDON, Tuuitsnw Gi Mini Sioi sbn , in a tin il pinclama lion, hijs tho ifiiuiHiin of Poll Ailliui ninlil hi\o stood i ftntliei losistanco, but it would nioiuly bo daily iinndii A coimuandoi, ho snjs, 'must bo Inaxo nilillltrli' tiitiiiii'PAHilm' I Kiold Mnmhal Oyama has put out a pi ocl mmtion to Iho Japanese miiiy Ho felling to tho Jtussiuu mloinal tioiiblo, ho si\s, 'God is with us ' LONDON, Full) i\ Retiloi's wai couospiindoutattlio lie id (|imileis of Uonoial Ivmoki, in Man chiuiii, lologiaphs1 that lieixy aitilloij tiling to Iho nostn.iul was bond all day mi ThuisiUy, and appuoully tho laigusl engagement was in piogioss that lias taken placo smeo Octobei last 'I ho Russians ciossed I ho IIuu ho lli\ oi , on iho loft oE liouoial Oku's foiej Tho Japmeso ha\o nth meed against thorn, and tho attack is now taking phco Tho Jap muso lm\e caplmori, oil liok kind - Island (Jap m) (ho \ustuau oollioi hteainei Bui in i, xvlnel) w is eonxoyuig 4-HX.Hons of ooal to Vlmlivoistock. ...
SPORTING NEWS. Sydney Turf Club Races SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
SPORTING NEWS. Sydnoy Turf Club Raoes. . '' , Katudda/.. * , , '-'' . Woltor Handicap. - Diploma, !»-3, 1; High Life, Sal. -2 ; Miilaiimini, Ss5t, 3. Amateur Slakes.— Uu fry, 1 1-0, 1; Mo Mnllion, 11-0,2; Glimmer, 110, 3. Nursery Handicap. — 10. L.C , 8-3, 1 ; Re frain, 8-'2, 2 ; ISynagen, 7-5, 3. ??Challenge. Stakes.— Fashoda, 7-12, 1; 'DuonistuiV-l-6, '2 ;' Bowrn,'7-'2, 3. Corinthian Stakes.— Do Mnlliun, III, 1 ; rWe, in.0,.2; Crisis, 11.-1..3. ... „'- ... V i.CCIubMliindioiip.'— liOniclaiicv(i-10,-I ;Lord UlliuK daughter, 0-0, 2; .Luuknow, 8-1, 3, ?! '-''MosiiAY.'''' ' lli-'lit-woii'lib Handiciiw.— Hcilppholo I, Oig-2, 13ulli3. '- ' l ' ' J-'icniu Handicap. — Do Malliou 1, Sir Faust 2, Roberts 3. Nursery, Handicap.— (Jay Oirl 1, E.L.C., ?2, Ktiir'up Cup 3. .Autiivui'diity Handicap. — Lord ,UUin's Dauglilor, 1 ; I'aniinia, 2 : Lorediiho, 3.' 1 ' Cliili'Haiidicnv.-Sigiifftiiie,, l'j'Bolfiy, 2 ; I'niibu, 3. ' ? ' ? -Faruwell Handicap. — tjiacuton,' '1' i Uiri'ln, 2 ; High Life, 3.' ...
Casino School of Arts- [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Casino Sohool of Arts Tin; monthly meeting of tlio commit tea of this institution was hold on Wednes day hist. Present — Messrs. W. Simpson (in chair), B. May, J. Latehforcl, J. Jutior. W. Kankin, F. Tyrrell, E. Pow nallj Rev. C Seymour, A. M'KoIlar, Dr. Unrlis, mill A. Simpson (acting Secretary.) After confirmation of minutes, applica tions 'were, rutid from tho Keith Kennedy Oil'.' and Kiitu Howardo Co. for uso of the hall 011 Show nights. In accordance with custom consideration of these wore postponed until six weeks prior to dates. Tho following accounts woro passed for payment, on tho motion of Mr. Tyrroll, Hocomlud by Air. May— .G. Crawford £8, F. Stitz £8 (Ks (id, Puddicomuo Bros: 4s, It Turner 5s, IS. Jonos5s. The. Treasur- er's stitomunt showed receipts to lmvo been— Members' subscriptions I'll lps, rout of hall 15s, rout of shops, £28 17s id, sundry sales £1 l()s 4d, subsidy foi 1004 £35 4s4d : t-itnl, £77 3s. Expenditure — Pauurs 15s. sunulies £4 2s Hd. lionku. £3 17s Hd,...
Inter.State Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Interstate Criokot. Tliu iiitur-Slate match botweon Arictoria and New South Wales was commenced in Sydney1 on Friday. Following' are the scores : — , N. S. Wams— First Innings. Hopkins, c Hansfoid, b Arinstrong ? 37 Tnnnpur, st Uarkouk, b Oilier ? SI Howu:l, bM'Luud ? :... ./;.'...'..: 31 Noblo, (s Armstrong, b Laver ? Vio Gregory, u Lavur, b Armstrong ? 40 Johnson, runout ? , 11 Dull', b Collins ..'....':..? ? ? ? ::.':.: s Waddy, c C.i 1 kuok, b ti i Her ? 3 1 Kully, c Scott, b Laver ? .'ill Garu.-oy, bM'.Leod.... ? 1 10 Cotter, not out ? '21 Sundries ? ?... '21 Total ? ' ? 418 Victokia— First Innings. M'Alister, b Cotter ? S Kausford, b Cotter ? 02 Carkoek, c Gregory, b Howull ? 2,'5 Armstrong, u Dnlh l- Cutter ? .'55 Lavur, bCottor ? '...; ? 4 Scott, cTrniiipur, b Hopkins ? 0 Gillor, not out ? : ? .'..'... 113 M'Lccxl, not out ? '21 Sundries ? ' ? :..' ? V,i Total for six wickets- ? :.. 310 Play was suspended at t o'clock to-day (Monday) wliuii^thci wicket* - was under watur.
Lismore Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Llsmoro Turf Club, Races. ' The above r»eos yesterday woie well attended, about, JOUI) being .prcsunt. 'Tjic tiulds wore' largo, and the racing good. KcHiilts : - ' ??-.?? ;',_.,'., Opening; Handicap of|l.€15, ,tj furWfligs'. — Lord Bhii/e I, Muscatel 2, Guobung 3. Tiial Stakes of ,€10, 0 fin longs.— Sin ocun 1, Lux 2, Playboy :?).'? ' ''''?,} Handicap Hack Kaco of £10, 6 furlongs.4 — Luly Hop'jtoiin 1, Screwy 2, Doubtful 3. , . Town Plato of £30, once round. — Aliib- cxtol, 1, ; S.irto, 2 ; Mastur, Daifton,3 . , Uoukimikora' lligli-wuight Welter of £10, (i furlongs.— Ualla, 1 ; Joy, 2. No third placed. Farewell Handicap of £10, «_ furlongs.— Tirrana, 1 ; Onco Again, '2 ; Sai'to, 3.
The Clarence Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
The Clarence Plague. Tub ' Bulletin ' says thnt a well known doctor prophesies that tlio northern rivers of N.S.AV. will put; up a record, some day, in the way of black or yellow death. The pleutifirl Hindu. basking in his mini piggery along tho Clarence carries more tioa and rat to the inch th'in his smollfnl brother of Bom bay. The door of Ram Singh's hovol has a 3ft olovation of filth. Filth is laid on tilth and then levelled smooth. Our follow subject ' lUin ' is about the dirtiest man on earth, and a permanent monnuo to any civilised country which Imvbore him,
Casino District Cricket Competition Union [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 31 January 1905
Casino District Cricket Compstition Union 1 ho following plnyiiid luivu tiucn Kelocteci to lopro-iunt Uruuiiridgo in a match against Now Park, to bu played at New Park on Saturday next :— iJl.iuch (%2), (juoluy, John ut.mii ' Iv ll,il;li-|. t*).\) T.i v!iwnI:i him l^iittii Wilri Taylor, V idler; It. Gould 12, P. Gniioii'13.' The follow ing players will represent Won roowoolgun in a match against Wyan, on thu lai tor's wicket, on Saturday nuxt ; — Dailev, Olarku, Crowtlior, Duncan, 'lOllcni, Flutcliur, Halpin, Llewellyn (2), Wallwork, Stonu ; Dodilri 12. The following loam has buun seluetcd to rupru-sunt Tatli.uu ag.iinst Buugawalltin on Salunl.iy next :— I). Camuron, J. l^mcoll, T. Pidcuck, A. Single, M. Nolan, C. Cox, \V. Cox, W. Pearson, .1. 'Convey, K. 1'og wM; (J. Green 12, Ling 13. Thu day's sports arranged by Host Daly, at Tatliam, last Tliufd.lay, were wull at tumled. Mr. (i. Marsh proved an excellent secretary. Thu sevoral events resulted as under : — Trii-1 llamlicad : 1*. ...
Richmond River Millet. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 February 1905
Richmond River Millet. Till 'Maitlnnd Mciuuy's' a( ti ut ion was dinwii b\ Mi K L Waeldj.ot Moipelh, to an excellent sample of blown millet, giowu by Mi Eiutst Scailis, of* Rawoith, neai Moipelh The huil was ot gnat length, langmg fiom 2 Icet i) inches fo 6 feet 6 inches, tliusatloicling con \incing testimony of what the Huulu ttnei distucl is capable of piodi.eing in the way of millet Although full) matuicd the huil had nol bee1! dned, but it compaies most ta\oiably with that splendid sample b. ought down fiom the Richmond fti\ci a few d.i\s ago It is somewhat longei than thi. ifiehmond Kivcr millet, but the fibre is haidl) so line
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 February 1905
Another St. Peters Endorsement. Th« Caso of Mrs. A. GIMBERTi ,(By a Sydney Reporter.) .Thorn is no reasonable, doubt tlint v?o enn put a stop to cliscasu if only we tttlo duo care to obtain the; right treatment, and a valuable hint on this (|iic.--tion was, lately eiven bv Airs. Alien (jimbcrt, of May-street, &t. Po Ur.- whose story runs as follows :— 'Uhen you hear that foe nearly five ?years'. I was so ill that: I was not ablo to do anything, you will Know, seeingr niu so ?..I'll and lieai ty now. that them is ho nopd for even the- most heavily nfllicU'd to ffive up hope, anil 1 intend to lienplit others by Giving my own ex perience ' ?''A vciy bitter one it was, I've been ihfi.imrd,' said the wiiter. 'JJillcr! Oh, the suffering! endured was -jiiourIi to Kill one. I remember calling on my way ^ from Dubbo to Hwlnoy at a relative's at 'Kelso, who viMrrhed me, and would you believe 1 did not go sown -tone?' ?'.How mucluweiirht had vou lost ?' ''Kiilly three stone, so that wi...
AFTER BANISHMENT. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 February 1905
AFTER BANISHMENT. CHAPTER VII. Makgaiim diil not see Lcvaine again. An .hour after her interview with ?him Avril informed her Unit all ar iciiigcnicuth had been made for their ictuin homo. She would ride her own horse, but Waigaicfc wns to be . conveyed in a siiiiiiur «''^i iu which had been fixed a lest for her spiaincd ankle. The elder girl acquiesced sileiitly ; she felt cold and numb, and old, terri bly old, as though all the joy had been bapped fiom hei young life, but she ,\\as at a less to find a reason for it. ?' At the time appointed for their de parture a tall, strong -man entered their apartment at a sign from Avril. Ho was unmasked, but Margaret did ~ not know his face. Ho lifted the helpless girl in his arms, carried her- 'like a child across ?- the courtyard, and placed her in the cart with exceeding gentleness, while with the help of the younger girl, her foot was made as comfortable as pos sible umler the rest. There were, several men standing listlessly about, watch...
State Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 February 1905
State Advertising. Ai Ihe Toottoomba Show luncheon, Mi Be'll, Mnu-tci loi LincK said lit belte\ed in aehei Using Queensland must ha\e moie faiuuis '1 hey in tended to bung n ]- laimeis fiom the othei States by sending a special agent to the odici States, not in the waj of an unfiicndly act, but ineiclj as a Go \ eminent who snu that n Luge fi ac- tion of the people of the othci State-, thought about leaving tljeie The Government wat. doing tin-, with tb- commendation of the. people. Appli cations fiom Soul hem men weie being lcccivcd cvei} day, and Ihe Dm ling Downs would soon haven laigei num ber of the Richmond llnei faimcis
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser — 3 February 1905
S Y DNEVT MARKET PRICES. Following are the wholesale quotations in Sussex-street, Syduey : — New Wheat: N.S.W., f.a.q., shipping, 33 4d lo 3s -lid per bushel ; prime milling, 3s .f id ; some holders ask 3b 5tl for choicest. .Manitoba wheat, grown in N. S. Wales and ' Queensland, 3s b'd to Si lOJtl per bushel (Sydney). Flour : City roller, old, £5 10s to £8 15s ; country makes, £S to £8 5s ; Manitoba, £13 to £13 15s- per ton. Bran, 7M to 8il pur bushel. Pollard, 9Jd to lOd per bushel. M-iizo : N. S. Wales, Northern rivers, old yellow, '2s Gil per bushel; wcovily, from 2s 4d ; now grain, 2s (id ; South Coast, 2s 8d ; Victorian, 2s Sd ; white, 2s 7d ; Queensland, 2s 6d. Cbickwhcal : Local, inferior and pinched, 2h 4d ;' medium, 2s 6d to 2s 10d ; full-grain, 2s 10i-l to 3* O.kl ; second milling, 3s Id to 3s 4d per. bushel. Uarley : Cape, 2s 7d to 2s 8d ; English, 2s 3d to 2s 4d per bushel. f- ' O.its: Ttisiniiuiivn, white feed, choice, 2s lOd ; priiiie', 2s 7d to 2s Oil ; Melbourne, . A...