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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

COMMERCIAL iSEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. 11. Jl. Kxprctsa OlHcc, Thurailujv* FotibuWi.su uro the qiiotutloiiH forfunn and dairy produce 'ruling in Catrino to«dny:— / tVllOLBHALlC. UKTAIL. J& B D £ 8 O Muizc, per busliol .. 0 5 0 0 5 0 Clmlf, perewt.. ..080 0 0 0 Hay, uatoii, per ton . . 1) 0 0 9 10 0 Out*, per bushel . . 0 4 6 0 5 0, P«r tlozm .. 0 1 2 0 1:4'' Butter, local factory.. 0 11$ 0 14 Butter, dairy .. .. 0 0 11 011.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Agp i\o Bar. I K V G I! VOX E IN CASINO IS EMiillllji:. Old people stooped with suffering. Middle age courageously fighting. Youth (protesting impatiently. Children unable to explain. Buliy crying, can't tell why. All in misery from their kidneys. Onlv a little baekachu at first. Comes when you catch a cold. Or when you strain the back. Backache is the first step of kidney trouble. | Many complications follow. \ Urinary disorders, diabetes, Wright's disease. | Uoan'a .Backache Kidney Pills cure backache. s Cure every form of kidney ills. I Plenty of proof that this is so. i Mr. Jus. Anstey resides iu Dawson- * street, at tho foot of Gerald's Hill, Lis more. _ Ho says : — 'I was greatly trou bled with lumbago complaint, and in tense pains in the small of my back, »t , times so severe that I could hardly walk about. I could not walk any distance without stopping to rest now and then; the pains would also affect me greatly when stooping. 1 had tried many roine- » dios to rid myself of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Itelisioiis Services. Church or England (Casino District) — March 15tli, third Sunday in Lent, Casino,. Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Children's Service at 3 p.m., Evensong at 7.30 p.m., Grecni-idgo ut 11 a m. — Rev. C. F. Seymour. Sunday, March 15th, Clnvuss at 2.30 p.m. (Lay Service); Wednesday, March 18th, Caotno, Teachers' Meeting at 8 p.m.; Friday, March :20th, Choii Practice at 7.30 p.m. Koman Catholic Cii mien (Cnraki District) — Sunday, March 15th, Coraki, Mass at 11 a.m.— His Lordship Bishop Doyle. ?St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, Coraki, Mass at 10 a in. ; Sunday, March 2'2nd, Snail Bay, Mass at 0 a.m., Coraki at 11 ? ;v.iii. and 7.30 p.in. ; March 25th, New Italy, Mass at 10 u. m. —Rev. John Durney. Pkesdyteiuan Cuimuii ok Australia.— Sunday, March 15th, Casino at II a.m., Codringtou at 3 p.m., Coraki at 7.30 p.m. i — Rev. J. Strung. Thursday, Match 10th, Risk (Mr. John Wilson's) ut 2 o'clock ; Sunday; March 22nd, Kyogle at 11 a.m., Casino at 7.30 p.m. — Dr. Bruce. Methodist C...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dreadful Drought. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Tlie I- read I n I Ilrouglit. [AI/L KIGIITS IIISSKHVBD.] I*' It whs dreadful, diondful diouglit. Till! smiattcr every (lay 'out out Upon Ins dreadful cattlo run, which crow no grass foi want of lam. The only thing. thatiimdo him laugh, He still win paying fot the glass . ]!ut everybody felt the diouglit. a Except tlie man mho nau a uihm , I l'orlrips he felt tlio drought some ways, i Perhaps ho nte less beef some days, 1 Perhaps lie felt it otherwise, I Perhaps ho Imd -to eat more pios ! I Hut I must give this subjcct best, | The drought's too serious for jest. The drought was over all tho istato, ® . Nor emild you well exaggerate H The cattlo dying every day, 31 And hills to meet, and rents to pay, No fats to kill, but calves to slay, ?-l cow aud calf could not exist, p While scarce a grass blade could bo soon, II And not the smallest shade of grcon ; H And thunderstorms some months apart, '''* And dust-storms in between. I The drought near caused a battle then, Between some sheep ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Itilioiisncss , Is a condition characterised by a disturbance of the digestive organ's. Tho stoinaoh is debilitated, tho liver torpid, tho bowols con stipated. There is a loathing of food, bains in duo howel^, (li/.zinejs, coated tongue, and vomiting, first of the undigested or partly digested food aud then of bile. Chamber lain's Stomach aii-l Liver Tablets allay the disturbances or the stomach and oreatc a healthy appetite. They also tone up th e liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowols. ' «] ust What You Need.' Only 1/0. Sihl by A. C. Simpson, Centennial ?Stores, Casino. | _ Mr. Wiso, the Attorney-General, will, ! it is expeqtod, leave London on his j return to Sydney on the 17th inst.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Cold" World. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

The 'Cold' ^Vorld. At the inquest on the remains of a poor fellow in Sydney, the other day, the following was elicited: Deceased, who had been out. of employment for twelve months, left^a letter in which he had stated he had walked for a week, without a penny in bis pocket. In that way the onlv thing that passed his lips in'the way of eating or drink ing bad been water, while he only had 1 hree meals in a fortnight. The .writer went on lo say be had no money with which to buy food, and could not bring himself to beg, so he had done without. After leaving instructions as to the disposal of some personal effects, he continued : ' I do not. know what I have done that I should be afflicted in the way I have been. I always tried to assist anyone in trouble, but 1 do not seem to get Any reward for it. Do not be surprised at anything that may happen, as I cannot go on living this life any longer. The misery I have gone through this last twelve months only God and myself know, and I shall b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII (CONTINUED.)—THE LAST OF GARDINER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. RETURN OF PRISONERS PROPOSED FOR EXILE OR LIBERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Australian' Bushranging. the early days. . [By CHARLES WHITE.] CHAPTER VIII (Continukd.)— ' THE LAST OF GARDINER. THE TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. , 11BTUKN OF PRISONERS PROPOSED FOR EX 1 JLK OR LIBKRATION. Willium Brookman, for wounding with intont to murder ; convicted Kith January, 18G8 ; term of sentence, death, commuted to 15 years' roads; period served 0 1-3 years; previous convic tions none known. Recommendation of tho Sheriff — May oe anoweu condi tional pardon after 13th April, 18,4 ; question of liberation in colony to be postponed. Decision of his Excellency ? -\nprovod : H.R., 1st October, 1873. Samuel Clarke, for robbery, being armed, and horse stealing; convicted 13th April, 1866 ; term of sentence, lo ? „? vnnrls. neriocl served, 8 1-12 years ? previous convictions, not known. Recommendation of Sheriff-May be al ? lowed a conditional pardon;, failing means, to be brought forward for con sideration for liberation in January, '» 1875. Decision of his Excellency— Ap- * p...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Life's Happiest Period. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Life's Happiest I'eriori. When* mi ancient Greek philosopher was asked which ho considered was the happiest time in a man's life, lie promptly selected the period between the ages of 40 and 45 On I'eing pressed for the reasons which in duced him to make this selection, the phil osopher added : 'At 40 a man, if he be ;..-.nii;. !...= inn,. I.:.. :n..„: ? ? i upon tlie world as it is, not as lie would like it. to be. He is still young enough to par take of the pleasures of youth, yet lias suf ficient experience never to permit his heart to rule his head ; is moderate in all things, and wisely shy of hazardous enterprises. ' On being further asked which he consi dered the Happiest time in a woman's life, the philosopher paused a long while, ami when at last lie replied he prefaced his answer by asserting that this was the more difficult question of the two. Finally he said : ' When she is too old to be called a girl, aud not old enough to be called a woman without the word ' young' pre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

' Sir Edmund Barton statos that iu tho ngroement with the Eastern Extension Cable Company there is a clause which will provent the company from selling the cable without giving to. Great Bri tain find tho Commonwealth the option of purchase at a price to bo fixed by arbitration. Owing to the fact that lie would lose ? his Imperial pepsion .' rights if he ac cepted a position . under the- Common wealth, Mr. Le Hunte will probably retire from the Governorship of New Gtfih'ea on the ' Commonwealth taking over that territory. . James Rono, of Windsor, has been committed for trial for alleged embezzl ing £161 lis 8d, tho property of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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City and Country Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

City ami Country Schools, Ml!. F. Bkidoks (Chief Inspector 0f Schools under the. Department of Public Instruction), speaking at Pad dington School on Wednesday, gave utterance to his views regarding s^ome aspects of the administration of ilu. public schools. He said during |||(. past, year the department had been under, the searchlight of criticism. He could say lhat the statements of 1 the critics were incorrect. That -|)c department, might, be improved there I' was no. doubt, aud it would be the i height of folly to think otherwise. . i In London, he said, the sum of £20 per head was expended in school f§ buildings. &c., but the authorities ff there had money to deal with. In ® New South Wales the amount was I £G per head. It had been stated by 1 some that, the interests of the country 1 were sacrinceu to inof-e ot the city. g| Such was not the case. For every 2s It 6d expended in the city £1 was ex- IP pended in the country. Education, lie 1 said, was of more importance t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Dyspepsia. ab dtimeWsuffebimg. An Eight Years' Permanent Cure. Tlie Case of WJr. F. BftOWtt. (BT OCR ItHl'ORTER.) Tho serious student and Hie casu vl reader alike will fiml much to interest them in the a il joinud .statements, which- were made by Mr. I''i e.let'iek Brown, of Heuley -street, North Hotany. '? JCveu wliou quite a young mail,' said Mr.. Brown, ' I was a great sufferer from indigestion ; and many of the ri-shlents of Bulimy, where I have lived for the past eleven yo'nrs, know tint it was not through caroli'SMiiesa or inattention oil my rart that I could not get ricl of my wretched com plaint, for I tried nearly nil tho modiciuos in the couutry, ho.sides taking those pre scribed for me by doctors. Had I neglected to treat my di«oril«rs, like some people do, I would only have had myself to blame, but as I mude so many attempts to get well 1 thought it was very hard lines indeed that I could get nothing to do me good.' ' Your futile ellurts must have been very discouraging ...

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Another Competitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Another Competitor. | It is wonderful how all the countries m of Europe look to London as a great gl market for their expoit of food pro- p ducts. Each nation appears to be §| making every effort, to give its people m all the assistance possible soas to enable §1 them to compete for Greatv Britain's E enormous trade as a consumer: Huu- It gary is now entering 'the lists, and iu || order to promote the export of perish- || able articles of food, such as eggs, || poultry, &c., a service of special trains p| has been arranged by the Hungarian if State railways. At present it takes ||| from nine to ten days to send such |p goods from Buda-Pesth to London, but M by the new service it. is hoped to ac- f|| complisli the journey in half the time. B,'' Goods consigned to London will at- p| rive in 120 hours, Frankfort-on-Maiue pr in 60 bours,: Cologne , in . ?L hotits f|v Antwerp in 87 hours, ancl Osteud m 89. hours, and it is; anticipated that t ^ regular .service will be organised ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The King a Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

The S&ing si Clergyman. It will probably surprise many of our readers to hear that. King Edward VII. is a clergyman. He is a prebendary of St.. David's Cathedral, Pembroke-: snire ; and as such lie is entitled to ail annual salary .. of £1| Sterling. St; David's is the' only 'Cathedral in the realm that has. a royal' prebendary amongst its ecclesiastical officers, arid the office dates back, it is believed, to William the Conqueror, oyer 800 years. Oddly enough, .-though the King is a prebendaay, lie is not, technically speaking, a clergyman — that is, he has not received Holy Orders. He is the only prebendary who is not in Holy Orders.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Methodists in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

JKntlimliks xin itlclliioui'iic. A LENijTHY motion was submitted to the Methodist-Conference Melbourne, on Friday by Mr. It. S. Joyce, which set forth that, in view of the practical and doctrinal amity expressed by the churches during the simultaneous mis sion, the significant deliverance of Dr., Meiklejohn, of the Presbyterian Church, and the response of the Con gregational Church for a larger union, a council of accredited representatives of the leading churches should be ap pointed to decide the occupancy of churches in new townships, atid thus avoid unseemly and wastful competi tion. The only comment on the mo tion was that, as they were not on the eve of the union refened to, it would be unwise for the Methodist Church to place its home mission and other in terests at the disposal of such a council. The motion was rejected by a large majority. Whilst the Metho dist Conference was passing votes of thanks to all \Vho had assisted in pass ing through the Victorian Parliament the b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War in Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Tlio War in Snmoii. ' There is a. subject,' said Cardinal Moran when speaking at the Convent of Mercy High School, Redfern, oil Sunday, ' which has been engaging a good deal of public attention dtii'ing the past few days. A certain evnn gelical body lias been petitioning the Governor-General of our Common wealth to appoint a Royal Commis sion to investigate some sayiiigs of mine in regard to Samoa, and once more on this point, they begin as usual by telling a lie. They say that Car dinal Mornn has spoken of officers and bluejackets of our navy murdering the Samoans, and for the very good reason that the Samoans kept out of the way. ' Let mo illustrate what I mean by saying that on one occasion, after the defeat of the Europeans by the fol lowers of Mataafa, a certain place which was supposed to be the head quarters of Mataafa was bombarded for three days, and at the close of the bombardmeut a tlag-officer was sent ashore with a notice stating -that 'a respite or armistice would be g...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Unregistered Medical Practitioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

An Unregistered Mcdical Practitoner. At the Newtown Court, on Friday, before Mr. C. N. Payten, S.M., A. Murray Keigliley was charged with — while not being a legally qualified medical practitioner within the mean ing of the Medical Practitioners Act, or entitled to be registered as such — using the words, ' legally qualified medical practitioner,'-' implying that he was legally qualified. Mr. Cargill, from the Crown Law Office, appeared to prosecute, and de fendant conducted his own case. Frederick Grant Tuck, sanitary in spector to the Newtown Municipal Council, said he received the docu ment ^produced from the Council Clerk. He 'went to the address men tioned in it, and made certain inquiries. Defeudant admitted that he was in attendance upon the person mentioned in the certificate, and that it was signed by him and forwarded to the local authority. He said he resided at Enmore-road, Marrickville. ' He held a diploma (produced) from the Col lege of Ohio, which entitled him to prac...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Constable Censured. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

A Constable Censured. Mr. Smithers made some strong remarks from .the Bench on Saturday morning in relation to the arrests of a little girl, aged nine, who was locked up on a charge of stealing 2s Gd. The arresting constable, during the course i.: ? :.i ? ? :.4 ii.„ ~:..i ui ui& tfviueui;tr, »iuu iuu ft' * mi mil it'll taking the money. He then locked her up. — Mr. Smithers: I think it is a most disgraceful thing that the child should have been locked up. — The constable : Well, I'm not iu charge of the station, your Woiship. Mr. Smithers: Well, if you only carry out your instructions you are not to blame, but I say again whoever is responsible for locking up this child is guilty of a most disgraceful proceeding. Later, the girl was sentenced to imprisonment until tho rising of the court. The Mitgist rate said: Leave her in the court until it rises; I will not be so inhuman as to order her to be de tained in a cell.' It was stated dur ing the hearing of the case that the chi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

. Advertisements. TO LET.— COTTAGE, with Stables, (joach House, and ~- aeros of land. For particulars apply to It. A. CAliLTON, & Co., Auctioneers. Barker-street, Casino. TTtOR SALK— A FARM of ISO Acres, JJ situate on Uoep Creek, 3 miles from I'atham. Tho Farm is subdivided into six paddocks, and 00 acres are now under maize. Kight-ronmod Dwelling House, '2 Barns, Milking Yards, and all other neces sary improvements. Never failing supply of first-class water. Inspection invited. No Agents. Apply to WA1. KNIGHT, on tho Premises. USr' PUBLISHED— THE AUSTRA LIAN HOUSEWIFE'S GUIDE, by MRS. THEO. WINNING, author of THE AUSTRALIAN HOUSEHOLD MANUAL. Prico, Is; post freo, Is 3d. KEALY & PHILIP^ 251, George-street, and all Book sellers. ? ? |J|EN SHILLINGS, REWARD. Lost, from Casino, , otio CHESTNUT MARE, branded '4 near shoulder. Tho above Roward will bo paid on delivery to ' W. HARRIS, Casino. 15 N D E R S. ? TENDERS are invited for tho EREC TION of a SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE at ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

What Is l»«iii It aim f CiiAMiiKiiiiAiN'S; Puin Balm is a liniment, ami, while adapted to all- the ordinary uses of ii'linimeiit, lias quulities wliiub distinguish it from other remedies of this class. Pain Balm is especially lienofieial for rhoumatism. Thousands of castes can bo cited iu which it lias effected -i cure when tint sufferer bad previously tried the best medical service without securing relief. Pain Balin is positively iiUAliANTKKi) to give relief in the most severo cuses of ulironie or ucuto rheumatism. P.i in Balm heals bruiser, burns and scalds in less time than any oilier treatment. It is ' antibeptie,' tlint is it prevents putrefuo tion.'und by so doing generally prevents an unsightly sear iVliiiiining after the injury is healed. For lame bviuU, lumbago, aud neu ralgia Pain Balm h is no equal. It has tho quality of '? gotting to tho right spot.' No Miffeter from these distressing affections should -defer a trial of this remedy. Ono application gives relief. Try it....

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The Difference in Customs Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Tlie IPUrei't'Bicc iii (Justoiiis ? Mr. Kixghton, replying to a depu tation ot Adelaide merclianls on Tlmrs day Inst week, said : — There is li clifter enco between prosecution for frnud nnd prosecution for making- a false entry. Tlio two tilings are as distinct, ns mid night from tlie noonday sun. Tlie Act stales tliatfmy piTsoinnny at the same time becliarged witli an ottencu ngniust this Act, and with intent to defraud the revenue, and if, in addition to such ? offence, he is convicted of such intent, the maximum penalty shall ho double what is otherwise provided. Not one of you, to your credit be it said, have been charged with anything of the ' sort. The security of the public rev- ; enue, as well as the interests of careful and honest merchants, demands a cer tain penalty, not involving your. hon- our, however, in the slightest degree in the suggestion of fraud. A voice : ' Why make it iu the police court ?' Mr; Kingston : Because the light of day and lair play demand it. I wi...

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