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

fiCalliaiti. ' As soon 'as it became' 'kiiown that tlie '?- 'Rev.'W.''W. Watts' contemplated resign- ?! dug his position as Presbyterian mitiister .- i ? ;and- -leaving Ballina,-.- hia r congregation. i liero deoidod tO;take steps to recogn.is.o hi^.work amongst them. during the past seven years. . The movement for a testi monial was taken up in a most unani mous spirit and a very respectablo sum of money was collected towards a monetary gift,- whiclr7was presented to Mr. Watts at a farewell social in tho Australian Hall on Tuesday night. The ?success, of .the -social inusb have been very gratifying to the promotors and to the rev. guest, the largo -attendance testifying to the geiieraiesteom .in which 'the Rev. . Mr. Watts is held: Tho hull was' very nicely decorated, aud was well ?filled by a representative .audionce, 7members of all ? .denominations being present.—'^ Beaeoti.' :. The .Rev; .Father, M'Dounell has ar- ; riyed at; Wardell. to take charge of the .new. R, C. parish, i...

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

^ . News ^^hjs^istriqt, Ijismorc. ' The annual meeting of the members nnd-.-snbscribers. t'O the .Lismore Band was hold, on Friday evening at tho Vic toria Hall. The. President (Mr. James Brown) was iu the.chair, and the follow ing committee was appointed for the ' ' onsuiun veiir Messrs. J.- Brown. .1. Wilson, G.' Balme'r, G. Nesbitt, K. It; ?Stewart, P. G. Best, J; Richardson, T. M-'Mahon, and R. Stack. Mr. Stewart ? was ele'eted secretary . pro tem.. A sub scription. was taken ; tip in the room to nssist in defraying the expenses of the : Bai)d to, .Armidale, and £5 7s collected. Mr. D! O'Neill, of 'Boorie Creek, lost hi valuable cow last week through getting blbwVi. She had oaten freely of' sida ? : r'etuBii or what is locally terihed'Pliddy's ? lucernef':whi6h bad-made rapid growth :'aiiVco the: 'ruin; ,.A07it,.'i8'.,|i.ot generally , iknpjyn .that thisf weed will blpat cattle, . (|aiTy-inen shouldho on the alert. A few; ' -yebk.s biick (says th'p 'Star') Mr. O'Neill refiistoil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cyclone at Townsville. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 March 1903

CtyGione a,t Townsville. ORBAT LOSS, OF, , LIFE AND PROPERTY. On Monday mowiing last at Towtis ; vil|e a stiff .breeze was blowing from tho ?liol'th-w.estj.but nothing exceptional was ., noticed till 10, w'lien the wind increased i.in.':fc)ree!' Tho barometef ! fell rapidly. Af II it „.oo. i,i„„.s ? „..i„ at 12 a hurricane' was raging, and con tinued till -1 o'clock. Then the baro meter fell still lower, aud the wind swooped round from the south-east. The barometer at a quarter past 2 o'clock was 28.95(iiti.,. which was tho lowest reached. WIDESPREAD DESTRUCTION. Every part of the town and suburbs' suffered terrible damage. The English. I Cathedral and Rectory, tho Catholic New Church, the Grammar School, the School of Arts, and the Queen's Hotel (old and now buildings) were sovorely damaged. . Buildings in every locality were unroofed. Seven hotels, from tho Nowinarkot corner to tho causeway, were . damaged, and^two demolished. Iron was twisted and blown about like paper, and the s...

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

? - T|le Twccil. ' The Public Work's Committee will ? visit the Tweed iii about two months for thu purpose of taking evidence regard ing the. construction . of the . Murwillum - bah:Twped Heads line. ? ,? : Ihat dairying is rapidly . expanding on : the Tweed goes without, saying . (observes tlie . ' .Herald'').' With the growth of the industry, the output of thd' Tweed' River 'Creaniery of Courso has- largely ine'reasod. Mr. I. M'lhath ' infoVins us that last rmonth, although a ahorbi one' in creamery ? parlance, was ? , , the best he has ever experienced, and : : ( the output was a record.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Queen Victoria's Favourite Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

4luecu Victoria's Faruiu-ilc Sermon. Thk new Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Davidson) has not been a profuse author. He 1 ad edited the official re portsof three successive Lambeth Con rereiices, and wrote, iu conjunclioit .with; Canon Benlinm, a life of his father-in-law, Archbishop Tait. A few of his charges and sermons have also been published, but the best, of his printed works lias never been pub- 1 lished : It. was only printed by corn- || mand of the Queen, for strictly private circulation. So much so was this |j the case that the Queen expressed Iut decided annoyance on one of her occu- || sipnal chaplains stating the pleasure S: that the reading of these sermons hud §? afforded him. This little privately |f issued volume, entitled 'Promise and Fulfilment,' contains the three ser- g mons 011 the death of Prince Leopold. These sermons are simple in language, |g free from adulation, but exceptionally I.; beautiful in expression, aud bear || marked testimony tothe sympathetic 1|...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Unemployed Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

XJiiciniiUi.vi'11 l-e|»utiitioii. Tin: deputation that waited upon the Premier and Minister for Works on Tuesday regarding the distress among the unemployed was not a verv harmonious gathering. It consisted of membeis of Parliament and a num ber of citizens who have been taking an active interest in the welfare of the unemployed. It was introduced by at;, in n xr 'n..„.,,.i.«„., »,i r. a ...l.l in the depths of political wisdom had arranged that every member should be given an opportunity of speaking. There were about 17 speakers, ami unanimity was not to be looked for among such a number. The proceed ings had not progressed vef*y far be fore uncomplimentary remarks regard ing one another's particular schemes for meeting the situation were offered. The threats of personal violence, how ever, were not. fulfilled. The Premier himself angrily resented the mild im putation that the Government's ad ministration was not entirely spotless. Successive speakers were careful to balance the wo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Things Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

i Til fugs W or f li Kiioivinj;, I '.'?'A. MAN should weigh twenty-six pounds for every foot of liifj height. . I11 mining accidents one. (leath in four is caused by afterdamp. One third of the people who go mnd recover their Feni-es. The hair of the head grows faster in summer tliftn in winter. Oxen and sheep fritten better in company than when lett alone. Forty-eight kinds of house fly have been cla.-silud by naturalists. The most valuable by-product pro duced on the farm is the skim milk. The eight muscles of the human jaw exert a force of about five hundred pounds. Whitewash made of quicklime and ashes will def-troy moss 011 tiles. The various countries of the world use thirty-four hundred different kinds of postage stamps. The eel has two separate hearts. One beats sixty, and the other one hundred nnd sixty times a ininnte. Some of the. insurance companies of Paris refuse to insure people who dye the hair. -The standard of height in the British army is greater than' in any othe...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Locking Up a Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

. JLockiug Up a JiMlge. . TffEittt' is an odd story of a rural - „ innkeeper who ' Locked up' the Lord Chiief Justice of England for a mad man. The Chief was Lord Russell, ? -and the inn was near Hereford, where he was holding the assize. Stopping at the inn, Lord Russell' itsked for some bread and cheese, and . ai;rer.waras, seeing some nam 011 uie sideboard, ordered a portion of it. The landlord, declaring that the \ ham was for supper, refused to serve, the customer, who thundered out, ' do, you know who I am ? I am the Lord ; Chief Justice of England.' ; .. . Boltiug out of Hie room and locking the doot^on the outside, the innkeeper ran to the^pblice station up- tho road aud shrieked that a luuatic had escaped from the asylum. Tlie police hurried back to the inn, cartful ly unlocked the door, and found — Lord Russell ! ft Avas one of the none too rare moments in his life when Lord Russell was in a teibper, rtiul 110 iipologiVs could put things right. — 'St. Juntas' Gazette.' ......

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Curious Naturalisation Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

Curious rVuturalisation Case. A , matter reminiscent of the six liatter trouble, though differing in im portant essentials, was brought to light, at the meeting of the Sydney Presbytery last Tuesday night. The circumstances were briefly these: — In 1884 a Chinese trader ? named George Lee, who had con . formed with the legal conditions, took : out- naturalisation papers and became a British subject. ' He continued to ?trsde*- witli China, and about a year later was married in China to a ? Chinese woman. In August last , he brought his wife and their two young children to Sydney, ill's. Lee was ad mitted freely as the wife of a British subject, but the poll tax of £100 was demanded for each of the two children of the British subject. The tax was paid under protest. Mr. Lee had for years been an adherent of the Presby terian Church, and when the Presby tery became aware of the facts it ap pointed a committee, consisting of the Revs.' ' Dr. Bruce; J°l,n FeVguson, and Alexander Miller, ...

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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

SYDNEY MARKB'L' PRICES. Follow i n-o are the wholesale quotations in Siis3ex-dtrcot, Sydney : — ? ? .Wheat : South Australian, choice milling. .5a 8Jd, f.o.b. Port Adelaide ; California!!, in Syilnuy, tis 7d ; Argentine, to arrive, 3s ll.Jil to 4i 2d ; New Zealand, Tuscan, 5s lOtl per bnshel. b'lour : bydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, on apot in Sydney, £13 10s ; to arrive early, £13 to £13 5s. ? Maize : Prime river, yellow, 5s 2d to 5s 3d; white, 4s lid to 5s Id per bushel.' ' Bran, Is 2d to U 3d per bushel. Pollard, Is 6d to Is 7d pur bushel. Chickwhcat : Prime, 5s Oil to 5s 19d per - ? . r.l UUBHi;* « IUVUIU.I') !«(? Uarley : Prime feed, to 4s 7'1 per bushel. ? O.its: Tasinaniitiij feed, to 3s; prime, 3s 2d; New Zealand, prime, 3i 2d; good, to .'2s i id-; inferior, from 2s lid ; choice seed; - to 3a ?Bjd^per bushel. . . Oaten Hay : Local, prime, £G 1.5s to £7 2j 6d per ton; medium, £6 10s ; inferior, to £1 153 ; Victorian, prime manger, £7 - derrick, £6; Adelaide, £5 ...

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"The Greatest Racehorse." [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

' Tlie CSpciitcst itnccIiorsc.' Eclii-se, who is often quoted ns tlie freateSt racehorse' of «11 time, must ave'been u'.wbiiderful horse. He was bre3 :by tlie Duke of Cumberland, and got by Marsk (sou of Squirt, who was by Bnrtlctt's Chiklers) from Spiletta, by- Regulns. On 1 1n- death of Ins breeder Eclipse was sold to Mr. Wild miin, a sheep salesman, for £7 ops. Ultimately Colonel Kelly purchased 'a share of him, and in the spring of tlio following vear, when the reputation of Eclipse was at. its height, he pur chased the remaining share for llOOgs. Eclipse is said to be n thick-winded horse, and puffed and roared so as to be heard at a considerable distance.' For this or some other cause he was not brought on the turf until lie was five years old. Kelly had backed Eclipse so freely for his first race that . he excited great curiosity, 'and some persons attempted to watch one of his trials. They were late, however, bat they found an old woman who saw the trial. She could not sny w...

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

TBy Tkleahavh.! SYDNEY, Monday. The Produce Market. ' - Butter : Pasteurised,' Is l.Jd per lb ; best ? ' .oreainery, Is l«l ; factory, Is. ? Maize : Prime , yellow, 5s per bushel ; white, 4s lOd to 4s lid. Market unsettle'}.; ?:--f Eggs : Noithern riverB, 12d to 13d per' „Jlozeii.„ . ^ . : -

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

: THE LAST CHANGE.. CROUCH'S :;rtg : RETiRIWG FROM BUSINESS SALE ' WILL BE CONTINUED FOR A SHORT TIME LONGER, : Pending Completion of Final Arrangements, &c., Transfer of the Business, ? ' 'ANi) IN THE MEANTIMH YOU WILL FIND THAT PROFITS : , HAVE ALTOGU'L'HER RKTIRIiD ?'lUr FOR PROIVSPTftlET CASH, ^S| DURING CROUCH'S Retiring from Business Sale, Note the Address s F . G. CROUCH, , Trade [Palace, Casino. ST. PATRICKS DAY SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON THE SHOW GROUND, CASINO, —ON— V: TUESDAY, MARCH IT. &60 In [Prizes Griveii Away. S6Q JUDGES. T 1 ~T Athletic Events: Messrs. 'L'./F. Moylan and -M. Moroney. . ItEFiniEE J. Miilh'.'uui, inn. ? : . S'rAUi'Eii : Mi-. .7. J. .Fmney. ? Assistant Stakteu : Mr. J. L. Grieve. ? ' .- ' ... ?.--,.Dan*)IN(!:: Messrs. D. Campbell and DijKissane. '- . . . ; House -Events :? Messrs. J. B. M'Douwll,- G-. Pyers, W; G; Simpson; C. H.^ Riley, M. A. Cnrl ton, W. H. Carmonfc, AV. A. Parker, and E. M. Geikie. ? Biovclk Event: Messrs. C. C. Ross, A. ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

, BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. . Followis'o were the wholesale prices in ?Brisbune oil Friday : — Maize : Argentine, to 4s 8d per bushel.' .. Brail, £G 15s per ton ; pollard, to £9. ? Chaff: Oaten, prime, £() 12s 6d per ton. Potatoes : Victoriau, £3 10s to £315s ; Circular Head, £5 5s per ton. Hams : Pineapple, 1s to Is Id ; Mild Cure, Is per lb. . mcon : Pinoapplc, flitches and sides, 12d ; Mild Cure, flitches, I2d, and sides 14d per lb. ... Butter: Local, factory, to 14d per lb; southern, to 14d. Cheese : Local, 7Jd to Sd per lb. ? FatCattle. — At Homebush, onThutsday . last, there were upwards of 713 head of cattle yarded, representing 40 consignors, . cli'elly from the northern and southern dia . tricts, with a few lots from the west. The ? yarduigs consisted principally of medium ; - qualities, prime bullocks none too plentiful, prime and heavy bullocks scarce ; about 280 cows aud hoifers, mainly medium, light, and inferior; only odd yards of prime, the 'general average quality rath...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

Advertisements. TO L10T. -COTTAGE, with ' Stabies, Coach House, and 5 acrcs of land. For particulars apply to R. A. CARLTON, & Co., Auctioneer.-;. Barker-street, Casino. OR SALE— A FARM, of J80 Acres, situate on Djep Crocks 3 miles from Tatliani. Tlio Farm is subdivided ' into six paddocks, and 60 acres are now under maize. Eight rooinod D.'vollfng House, '2 Barns, Milking Yards, aiid all other neces sary improvement.-;. Never failing supply of first-class wator. Inspection- invited. No Agents. Apply to WM. KNIGHT, oil the Promises. ' - ? . CASINO COOPERATIVE DAIRY COMPANY,; LTD. A GENERAL, MEICTING of SHARE HOLDERS and Others interested in tho above Company will bo held in tlio Library of tho School of Arts, Casino, on SATUR DAY, 21st MARCH, at 2 p.m. . Business : Important. E. J. ROBINSON, ' Hon. Secretary ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? — Casino, 13th March, 1003. . To His Worship, the Mayor,'' ' , . Municipality of Casino. DEAR SIR, — Wo the undersigned re spectfully request that- yon w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

JpENTISTRY ! jg^^DENTISTRY ! Ip. G. lORLEY WAD®, ' : : ^LATE OF SV'DNEY, : : Bogs to inform tho residents of Casino and district that he continues tho practico of! his Profession at his old address, Baukeii Stheet, Casino, Next door to Crouch's Trade Palace, whero he may bo consulted daily, r . Extractions rendered absolutely painless by - the aid of Nitrous-Oxide 0ns, Chloro form, or by the most reliable local Anaesthetics. Fillings in Gold, Amalgam, and Cement,1 inserted with the greatest skill and care,; and when required tho nerve destroyed absolutely without pain. . Artificial Teeth monnted onGold, Vulcanite and Platinum. Old and broken Plates mended or re-modelled, and made to fit tho mouth better than ever. AJso, tho most, modern stylo of Gold, Porce lain, Crown and Bridge Work, and Pivoting of Teelh 011 Natural Roots. Teeth Scaled and Polished, and greatest attention paid to tho Regulation -of Uhudren s leotli. Patients may rely 011 receiving evory attention, combined with t...

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SPORTING NEWS. WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

[?] WARWICK FARM RXCES. ?'r ? Saturday. Flying Handicap — Ban Ceoniha, (i-7, 1 ; Euston, 7st, 2 ; Berwick, 7-10, 3. Stewards' Mile —Smith, 7-12. 1; Mar vel Loch, 8st, 2 ; Ambulance, 8-10, 3. Farm Stakes— Tho Shoe, 8-10, 1 ; Buldy Mortality, 0-11, 2 ; Pnradenyia, 6-7, 3. - Wanvirk Farm Handicap- Pecrhke, 8-2, 1 ; Marathon, 0-10, 2 ; Street Arab, 7-9, 3. Welter Handicap — Skein * H-hu,' 10-7, 1 ; Incision, 8-li, 2 ; Antique, 9-5, 3 When Sequonco pulled- up latiio after galloping at Randwick on Tueaday morn ing it was hoped that tho ailment was not serious, but Mr. Mayo discovoivd oil the following . day his favourite's near foreleg, the one that gave- trouble some time previously, had filled in such a way as to prevent , him getting through tho necessary preparation, and he was with drawn from the. Doiicaster Handicap aiid Sydney Cup. . M,- lU„™1„n,it,l t-l, i,,!.- fli«,f I Wakeful, despibu lier easy, defeat in the All-aged Stakes,, in by any means done for, but one - f the mare's joi...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

Local and General News. Church Buildings.— We .have been informed that the plans and specifiations for Iiyogle and Deep Creek Methodist Churches are being prepared by Mr. F. J. Board, architect, Lismore, and it is expected they will be available for in spection in a short time, due notice of which will appear in a future issue. Conobkt.— The public should bear in mitid that' to-night (Tuesday), a grand concert will be given in the School of Arts Hall, by tho pupils of the Casino Convent schools, assisted by local lady and gentleman amateurs, a very at tractive and interesting programme has been prepared, and everything points to an enjoyable evening. Frksh -Food and Iob Co. — In their last half-yearly report the directors state that ' the disastrous drought ex perienced through Australia has seri ously affected the business of the Com pany.' The profits of the Company have dwindled down from £9256 in 1899 to £727 last year, arid the dividends from 8 per cent, to nil. Review. — We ar...

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Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

?' 4Jora3ii. ' ' We (' R.R. Herald') are informed that a large engineering smithy and boiler-making establishment is about to, bo opened at Coraki. Tho wonder is that the junction town has not had such a business long ago. Coraki is right in the centro of the Richmond River ship ping, and most, large mills aro close by. Tlio local Council is again blinding the ferry approaches with sand from the high part of tho town. How many times, this has been doiio and. the blinding washed into tho river it would bo hard to say. Enough money has boon wasted in this way. to pay for a stone-breaker, which would enable permanent work to be done.— R;R. Horald.' The .monthly., moeting of the com mitteo of' tlio. School of Arts (sayg the ' R. R. Herajd'') was held on Tuesday evening at tho rooms of tho institution. Present : Messrs. Cameron (Presidont), Blackmail, Percy, W. and J. P. Steven, Hyland, and G.askin (Secretary). The Secretary roported that the ball on Show night had not boon very' well pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

B -£1 OLARKS'S PILLS in-e warranted . t o cure, in either, rox, all acquired «-r uoiiidtutiounl Diseharyos from t' e Urinary Organs, Oravol, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Esrab- Iishod upwards --f 3D years. In b'-xei- 4s G.I each, of all Chemists and I'utei.t Medicine Vendors throughout tho Wq'rld. Proprict'irs : Tin; Lincoln and Midland Counties Dituo Company,' r.incojq. F.rigland.

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