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

Australian Timbers. Mb. Lance (Commercial Agent in England), in a letter to the Premier, states that he has brought our timbers under the notice of tlie borough sur veyor of Leicester for wood-blocking purposes. He was much impressed by the samples shown. Mr. Latice adds : ' The opinion I have already formed elsewhere as to the method necessary for introducing our wood was confirmed by his statement fliat the only way in which any new timber would be admitted to tender was by a number of blocks being supplied, suf ficient for at least. 100 square yards of wood-paving, which would be submit ted to a year's trial. The council would agree to pay for them if satis factory, so that the way is open for any of our enterprising limber mer chants to send a trial lot, to which I would giva my persona attention. As to the result, there cannot be- the least doubt. Similar arrangements will no doubt be made iu other towns, and I would strongly urge that if out timber merchants desire to export t...

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

Xolcs liy '? ICusliitiaii.' OIVILISATION. Thk above is ii term freely and heed lessly used without any thought as to its practical definition or human capacity to continuo its pursuit. Defined, it moans one continual forward movement to wards some higher plane of socio! well born', social or othorwiso. The deep and ..I ? I ? l. i ? ? _i. i._ ? ' r..:i viowi -tiuuuuu i iii iKi cimiiut, iiuu ^vur, iuii to foresoo collapso under its own discon tented weight and jostle. Evon now tho world over there are signs of anxiety among tho great masses to pitch camp and adopt the customs of tho lowor order of bruto creation by establishing equality , and a sort of automatic industrial move ment. In recognising equality as a right in tho government of a nation, by conceding equal manhood and woman hood suffrage, higher civilisation re ceived is slow poison and final death. Social elevation is dependent upon tho greater minds among mankind to mark oat the course to pursue. This wise dis tinctive pr...

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

[?] Look at This ! Ett. SO Yean. j^mm & enjoy nv i. isiiAKi/s. // ¥ ¥CH5 A H?? '€5 \W SPECIAL, if «1 a»AEt€9CL SI SI -G f\1A/iv* 'fe'iM \\ '- large bottles of Ale nr Porter SI „ . 2't/tCtc/Z %JlJj \V2 bottles of Whisky (John Duiin's) II « /?! 9 tyo III bottle Brandy (Joshua Bros.) 11 Ceylon %DQCL. /B^ botilea of Special Port. £1. \\ h, - ,0 - ,, // SUGAR— Co. 's No. 1 or I.C., 701b 'sassijS^^s- 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 per lb. JS ^ bag, 12s sd W fmi/hwJ'iicvow. sAXi-LEi rosr tmzb. IB ^°- ^n- ^ or Light Brown, \\ ? /r 701b bag, lis 3d V\ 0no«Zri?.?/..^!.^.f.?'..u'ed- Samples Post Free. r/ini diidu „„ j cuccrv Half-chest, 401bs, Ivcw Season's ^I^GOULBIJRN end SUSSEX TEA, and a 701b bag SUGAR, STS., SYDNEY. 35s ? 101b Caddv TEA and 701b bag SUGAR' 20s CURRANTS-Sd lb, or 12lbs4s 0d. RAISINS— 5Ad, or 121bs 5s 3d SALMON — Silver Pearl Salmon, just landed, splendid red fish, 5s Od doz. Leader Brniid, 5s Gd doz. Salt Salmon, 3Ad lb by the cask, lOOlbs ; Salt Salmon, in brine, 71b tin 2s Gd SAR...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

' V Air American syndicate has made proposal? for railway, constnietioii in /Brazil, which \yiH, it is expected, .blight, tiio' hojpes.of agreat German sottlenieut. iii. JJrazil, ... ' . Sir Joseph Ward, tho Treasurer-. , of 'New Zealand, who is|now visiting Sydney, status, that the colony has definitely, made up its mind not to- federate with Australia.. The great mass of public opinion, lie says, is in favour of building up a separate country. Sir Joseph adds that the condition of Now Zealand at present is one of great prosperity. The Sultan of Morocco has bought an estati in England, and has also deposited Iarg 1 treasures iii gold and jewels in a' London. bank. '? Mrs. William Hanna, of Oakland Iowa (U.S.A.), brained h-ir husband with a hammer aud cut his throat with a butcher's knife. She thought ho would die soon, and leave his money to some one else. Mr.'1 Coghlan's vital statistics of tho metropolis fur last year show ail increase for births ami nnrriages, and a nominal deat...

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

;i i , Iti 1 1 0 II s I1C8S ?Ih u!uon(liti6u cliUriictRriouil liy a disturbunce '«f; Ithij digcHtivu- urgiiiH. The' utbinucfi- U' (Jebvlitiited, the liver torpid, tlieljuwela cou ' j»tip-teil. There' is u loathing of fuoil, pains ? iii'i^ie l|-?.wels, ilizziuo.-is,' contell tongue, ami ^wyiitiife. (irst of the undigested or paitly tug^atea finnl una then ot. i-ue. unainiiur '.Taia's^Stqmiieli iin-l Liver I'ubktH allay the I'dlsfcurbiincea of tlie stoai.-icli mid create 11 appetite. Tliey Ulao tone up tli e 'liver to' a lieilthy action 'and - regulate the Jbowels;'!;' Jaat' . What You 'Need.' Only .'1/(5. S')ld liy A. G. Simpson, Centennial ?Stores,- Casino. -- - .... 1 - ' ..:???

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 — 13 March 1903

: XJasino 1/iiuiI.s Ollleis . -. Tiie following applications have Ik-ch rucefyeil «!uriiiK the week : — ; ' C|OSDlTI()NAL I'CKOHASK; ? I ?' , - James Iiiisstiii, 00 aertSi piriah Eller.slie,; jpyuiityj-JJulIer. . ?? ; ? . j' , : A N N U A Ij LEASE. i).' Clitrk,,-300 ncro'aV' parish Pijuiiplr , oon^yBdllttr. ?' ; ? y

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

j . Adv^tisBments. WANTED-A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs.' W. A. GRAY, Walker street, Casino. WANTED-A MAN COOK for Wyaii-' gurio 'Station. ? Apply ? ,J. B. M'DOUGALL, .Casino. WANTED, a respectable GENERAL SliRVANT, for Binall family, com fortablo home ; no children. Apply to Mks. A. SIMPSON, Sr.N., River View, Canterbury-streot, Casino. , FOUND, on Casino Road, between Tomki Station and Irvington, LADY'S SILVER. WATCH. # .Own^r can obtain same by giving description aij,d paying cost of this advertisement. .Apply ''to J. D. IRVINE, Toniki Station. '' ' . ? ;g.;:p: 0 r' [t, ''rl'-N/^G ; 'c l u'.b. A MI5ETJNG for thepuriioso of Forming a SPORTING CLUB Will lie held at SCHARKR'S-'' Park Hotel;. Kvoglo, on SATURDAY NIGHT, 14th MARCH. ? ? ?''???' 'By Requodt1,'' ; H.' J. CULLEN. .Q-REENRIDGE . ANNUAL PICNIC. ; A MEETING of. tho R'osidet'its of Green rilge wiHlio holddnrMr.iSqlieiler's Hall 011. MONDAY, Kith MARCH, at? 7.30 p.ni.,. to mvke preliminary arrangeineiits., in contiec tion with ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

'.-The - following' players have been 1 chosen .to represent the Gieeiuid^e J uniorS; ' in':- a- hu'lf-tlay' ? - match against 'rathatit 011 the 'fornifer's wicket 011 ?Satur- day, to:'niorro\v:; Mess'ts'; Kiiiglit, Batit'i; Duncan; G'uerin, Giiiiley, Blanch, Gould (2), .KmVuler l(2),-Caineron:, Lamout, 'aud Grfiin^ei'; ? ?? ?* ;Thuf)'!'a yietijrian'' sporting' writer:— A tt-sll-jtnoiy.rr .ini'^r-Stiite-; , handic i|i'pe.f' 'had' G(reat,. Scot in a double, f'jr-. £500. He laid (ifF 4'350.at !uiy; priye, . aiid sjiid- tc- a '-friend,: 'I'll take ..tiippenc'; for-, the other £150.!'. ;i.. .. |. ... ,? .. Adjuster^, who. ran, .second- in' .the Aus tralian .Cup the other day, , cost his owner,. Mr„.C N JCidmau,- ;£6p! .as pur chase monpy . , His share'- - of; ..that 's*ake was£220.; ' ' ' it;. '? v ? Sir -Ruperb. CJarke , has expressed, his intention of huyiiii a. coifc .in JSngland -by Carbine aiid- sendiiig , liini out to .. Scobie to train at^Ballarat; ( . - ? It is' underst-IoJ, .th...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORAKI TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

COR AKI-'taTTEBS ALL'S.. RACES. FoLi.owi.vo are the woiglics' for tlie two primiip;il ; events .to.-.be i;au ;at' Coraki. on St. L'atriuklsjDay :-r-. O : ' -ToWs Platk,; 61 Fi;ia.oNos. Choir Girl;. 9 6 'Commotion'.:. 7 0? Norma. -,'8 ? 12;-' Cnisheen;.; ....' 0 12 Geebiuig;. 8 10 Marita.;:.. ? 0 JO Fisherman 7.-13'-Hilariou3'....,. 6-. 9 MasterDanton . 7 1Q . ... ? ST- 'PATKICK'a HANDIC'AI', .1 , M ILH. Norma...;..;.... 9 --4 Commotion.;.-.- 7 ?' 4 (ieeVmng. j. ... ,. 0 , 0 - Marita... ? -7 0 Fisiiorman:.... ' 8 ; 0 A'HiLirious-,-.. .. ? (i 10 MasteriJalitpn'. 7-1.3 . .. ? .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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SPORTING NEWS. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

[?] ST. PATRICK'S DAY. SPORTS. , . Tiih- following- starts 'have btv.m al'o'.ted for tho two' principal handicaps to be run at the .sports to btvliuld on tho Show Ground, ?Uasiinj, .on; St. Patrick's. Day. .. ? , Robert Emmet HAXDicAv iif £3,: lCK),yard8. ? ? Yds ' Yds J Moy -W'R Carrall ... 8 .1 Sculley ? ..4 (- -E-Drinkwater, ... 10 Mart Nolan . (iFKtoIoy.,'. - .. JO A E Preddiee . ,.. C.C M'Cartliy . 11-. C J Cox...-' , 7;'.K-'Andre\vs ., .-... 11 '! O SmalL'. -i 7- E'^ollack ' . ...11 W Falniy ...-' 8 j F. Donovan' ... U W T SlarsiiaU;.,, V8, ;LScUofielil- . ... 11 W Tfiorloy' ' ... 8 , ,J Alorrissoy ... 12 PNeill,'.:. ' 8 Jo'i Johnston' ... 12 O Jordan , -8 J Drink Water ... 13 St. Patki-jk's Handicap of £15,. j25 yards. ?- .-i Yds ^ ? Yd» Vj Bono „ ecr . W Jiinnio 12 'A iJucIiauan ... „ ',v M|uartl»y', .... 12 T Bolgnr. . v ... „ lO Drink'wator ... 12 1) MalionUy , ' „ ' E lVillaiik^ '.' '.. '13 R Keeeo.'..: ,„ ,, 'A M'ppnnid - ... 13 .(} Townley' W'Gooioy--'- ... 13 J Malondy...

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

Old Age B'cusioas. Tun ' Daily Telegraph' lias pub lished flic last in u. series of articles by a special commissioner on tlieoper ution of the Qld Age Pensions Act. Tlie conclusions to be drawn from his investigations may fairly be summar ised as follows : — ? . ? (1.) llmt the law, as ifc stands, while open lo grave abuses in ninny directions, is now being administered - both carefully and humanely. (2.) That, in face of this, a now class of State-dependent lias been created, involving an annua'; expendi ture of alarming proportions, without relieving existing charitable institu tions to any appreciable extent. (3.) That in nddition the Act hns had the opposite effect from that which was intended ; it. has helped to encourage linthriffc, imposition, nnd nn.tnnl frnnrl lipyiHpa lnncianiii» -c ? -, uwui kinship and weakening moral obliga tions. . (4.) That even with the most rigid adherence to the letter oh the law, aud the elimination of all cases in which imposition ot any kind ha...

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

Latest [BY TELEGRAPH.] ' LONDON. TtlKSDAY. i | Thk President -Sf the Boiii-d of 1 Ti.ide says tlie Commonwealth has in* ' timated tliai it does not desire to nd . hero lo the Brussels Sugar Convention. ^ Eight hundred South African pri ' boners iu India having ; refused to ' accept. the peace terms* General Botha has undertaken to seiid a . message to ' ..villain the desirability of their doing so. Tlie Navy Estimates for 1903-4' total £34,457,000, including the sum. of £10,137,000 for the, construction of ' )9 new vessels. ? ; LONDON, Wednesday. . t A quack doctor named-' Nmidetl Koetter has been arrested in London, charged with enormous' fraud hi n Ber lin, where, he jilad b'e§n: seiit^Viced to , tlnec years' jmprisoiiment. He lmd, dciived an income of £1 0,000 ycnv)y\ fiom his medicines, .many of which * -were poisonous;; Air. Edwin Bnrdicki a wealthy man-. ufacturer at Buffalo,' instituted pro ?( cecdings fordiv'orce from his wife, and ' named Arthur .Pennell as , coreKjiohd : l...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women's Liberal League. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Women's Liberal League. Adduicssixg a meeting organised by the Women's Liberal League, in St. Matthias' Hall, Paddington, on Friday night, Mr. J. H. Carruthers severely criticised the administration of the 1171,11.* +1„. ? i ? 'nmoLiiiBWUmiJ was suffering from a drought, unparalleled in the experience of Australia, be said, the Commonwealth Government and the State Government, working hand in hand, levied a burdensome tax on the bread of the people. No Govern ment, Mr. Carruthers admitted, could have foreseen the drought, but a wise ? ?Government could at least have ad ministered affairs so' as to mitigate its . .effects, -.He attributed the misgovern- ment of State to the fact that one minority, .vheld' office- by the aid of another and an irresponsible minority.' Mr. Carruthers put the question to the- ? women iu these words : ? ' If the women of New South Wales,' who know what it. is when- the housekeeping money runs -short, wnnt to see the great home of the people ..ruined like ...

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

. ? AVIiy suffer from a cough or a cold when®. fe'iv.diMiesof Cavanouoh's Pcl.moniu U.alSam will cure you. Try it. Sold ut nil stores ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arltunga Goldfields. NEW GOLD RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Arltuiiga ttoltlliclris. f *-' KBW 'aOTjU'-KUSIt.- ' ? Impoutam1 discoveries of gold ' at ?Arltiihga; near , the central part of South Australia, have been creating .considerable excitement in ihat State! A prospector named- Woodford found rich gold on an immense quartz out ?ctop'in this localitv at, n. snot pmIUI Gummiiig's Golden Jnnctiou. A rush .set in,- and some -excellent paying re-' suits have already been obtained from other reefs ou t he field.' The Arltunga field iS'Mtuated about .'100 miles from Oodhada+ta, ;the present terminus ot the. South Australian transcontinental ; railway/ ' It; is nearly 1100 miles from Adelaide, ot which G8o miles are tra versed by the railway to Ooduadatta. Arltunga ;( White Cliffs) is to the north- west ot Alice Springs telegraph station, and Alice Springs is 330 nnles north of Ooduadatta. It is a dilhenlt .place to reach unless the miner posses ses a fair amount, of capital, as the ? bulk of the'earrying lias to be done by 'camels. Already a ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yesterday's Pat Stock Sales HOMEBUSH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales . [By Si'BciAii Tklkoram.] Homebush, Thursday Night. . A i; the -fat stock sales, to-day, 713 .cattle were yarded, and the market was unaltered. Prime bullocks brought' up to £13 lOs, extra to £14 2s 0d, good to £10 lOs, medium to £7 per head. CoWs from £4 to £8 per head. Best beef is worth' 35s per 1001 bs.

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

Cpmiiiouvtciiltli mid State. i Tml.Fe.deral. Cabinet, at its meeting, considered , a difficulty that has arisen E owiiigto.tbe ^refusal of the Government to hand over certain apartments still ; occupied by -them\iu' transferred pro nonfino 'Hi.,. n_i ? . . i. ? ? cos. i'''''' v-fioinet was or opinion ?: t that the power of- resumption vested' | in the Commonwealth should not he f- ' exercised -iii respective of the disputed I ?? rooms a^jthat would be a virtual ml- ? mission: that the- Commonwealth Go- K -. yernti)ent, had ijo. legal right to them. r - .{few South Wales is- the only State [ which ' has yet furnished the Federal 1 jlS Government: with estimates -of tlio .value placed on transferred properties. '? I* Sir William Lyne..i»' now considering 'i, f whether he shall wnit.lor replies frtim the-other. States- befbre appointing a - L commission to oheok the' tigut'es.' 1 '-?-'? '' 0Asiko- ? 'Printed ami pulilishod' by 'Jrt.Mts ? ' Oko^ik Hkiuijjut /I'ui'Nuiv ' thuir ,Goij(;rul...

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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

: Wij.lTIIEIt. ' L MP^ AYRAOOfilSi FORECAST.'. I ' BRISBANE, Tiioksday.; ' . .; :? New.'.'Soutii WAi,ES.--UhsettIed _ in the southern half with rain in connec tion with thunderstorms under the clisturbaiice ' Crowther;' mostly fine 11 the northern half.

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

axb» i*oa.\T. - Bangalow show a recotd one. '? Brass Band concert to-night. A.P.D.A. formed last evening. : ; - Weather continues oppressive. ?' ? : ?' Rise, in'price of bread in 'Casino. St.- Patrick's sports on Tuesday-next-., !? Methodist toa meeting a gigantic sue- / cess. 'Christ and .Socialism,' Church of Eugliitid Sunday tjvoni'ng next.' ; '. ;. -IIis| HolineVis thli Pope, has' received ten thou'sa'tid pilgriiiis at tlie Vatican. '?' ' ; Mr. -W;- A: Gray;, doritist, 'will vi4.it1 -.Coraki on Monday and Tuesday nest. ?- ' Germany and Russia have commenced negotiations for a iie\y;.cpinmorcial.treu1ty. . ,k 'slight shock of earthquake was 'ex- perienced at Mudgee on ' Sunday after-.' n-jon. '' '' , jMr.iF. '-G. C'rouolv, of the Trade Palace, will arrive; in Casino in ? the iotirso, of a- few days. .' Grand concertiin . tile -School of: Ar-t». on St.' Patrick's, night. . .A; liborid pro. gr4mmp. provided. . ? ... .... '. - .Mr ©lis, of Ne w. Zealand,, .^as disr( posed of .the ri...

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Manchester Unity Odd[?]ellows VISIT OF SYDNEY DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

Manchester Unity Oddfellows ,1 VISIT OF.SYDNEY IIELEO.ATES. . ,. ? . ()-' Saturday last Graiulmtistei1 H.1 Cox - and Provincial Correspoudul!; ''Secretjiry S. Gelding, of the M.U. I.O.O.F., paid a-: visit to Casino, in couqiany With: Bro. iE. ? White, of Lismore. The visitors w-'ere welcomed by a few --f the members of the Pioneer Lodge on their arrival, and afterwards proceeded to tile -Oddfellows' Hall, where they.-addresied a. number of members, and were listened to with great interest... ' :? . . .. Grandmaster.- Cox said liu had much pleasure in maeting; members of ' the Pioneer Lodge;!r.-;He considered it the duty of- the- Grand'naster to come amoii'sb .fche bretlU'en and enlighten r-aiul give m struction where needed;- ? and ? during -his travels throughout thei 'State had ah^ays received/ a. cordial ? ' Veception. ' The speaker reviewed at length the growth' lif-j Oddfellowship in this State from the time the first lodge was formed- -with' iv,. Capital of 1.1s Od up to the p...

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