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

rnHH NORTH COAST STEAM NAyi X GATION COMPANY,. Limited EXP'RIiSS:':'^ Passenger. and Cargo Service Between the RICHMOND RIVER ant SYDNEY. fJTHE fast- and powerful scre.v Steamships IamORNIE & TOMKI Are now running' a Bi-weekly Service, leavin.' Sydney TtJESDAY and SATUR DAY,' °aiid leaving CORAKI. mi TUES DAY and FRIDAY about 12 o'clock (noon). The line steamer RAMORNIE now making regular Weekly trips Tins a refri gerating chamber equal to (iO tons capacity, is lighted throughout with electricity, ventilating fans in the Saloon, and all mordern 'improvements. The steamer' ST. GEORGE leaving Sydney ' on' Thursday will ' ' als' make weekly trips to the' River, calling at Newcastlo coming N'oith. Intending Passengers can engage Berths on Ttmiki; Sr. George, or Ramornie by telephoning to. Coraki' or . direct to Lis nicne, where Saloon, plans may be' seen. It is specially requested that all cinii mmiications regarding Shorts or Missing Cargo be directed to the Local Manager, at C...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

COMMERCIAL NEWS. , LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. ? II, /?. BxatcM Olfiee. Moadiiy. foiiLO\viN-a aro tho quotations for farm ami dairy I produco ruling Casino to-day W IIOiiKHALK. llKTAIfi. £ 8 D -£ » D Maize, por bushel .. 0 fi.O 0 5 0 ChaiT, |-er cut. , .. 0 8..0 0 9 0 - Hay, oaten, portoH .. 9 0 0 0 10 0 Oats, per budhut . . 0 4 0 0 5 0 ' Eggo, |-or doz-n . . 0 1' 2 0 14 Butter, local factory.. 0 11} 0 14 Uutter, dairy .. .. 0 0 11. Oil ? a.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

«I8WB8KAa„ Advertising for, a . wife,, a , one.- legged man in America .lm received over 300 Replies fi'.mi would-lio. brides. , ?. Horr A. Boor, a well-knowii German scboolmiister, huti just published sonio 'interesting statistics regarding tho prac tice of smoking among. German schoql child roil. Taking his school as a general example ho linds that in tho. lowest ctafsos, consisting of .hoys-v-from .tivo: to seven years old, nine pupils smoko pipes aud cigars. In the two following elussos — boys from seven to ton yeilrs of- ago — eleven were found, aiid in the two highest classes — nin-j tio. thirteen /yours old -nine boys? Total, 2t- smokers, or 50 j:er eoiit. of the pupils. Miss Holeno Rollia, daughter of General Botha, has stated at Antwerp that her father will return. to Europe in May or June for his family. ()np o;f tho General's sons is dangerously ill. . ; Cavanoiigi'i'b Livur Tonic iiover foils tc ?give relief iu all liver and kidney complaints. For sale at all stores.* Do...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

ICiilliua. On Thursday ; last three of the men employed on the dredge Dictys (Messrs. J. Long, J. Lynn, and A. Burgland) par took of some brawn for dinner, and at about four in the afternoon all were seized with violent pains, which increased to such an extent that niodical assistanco had to be summonod. Dr. Tomlins was cnoorlilv nn f.liA annnfi nilfl fnilTlll tllA men all showing symptoms of ptomaine poisoning. He administered onietics and other remedies and we aro pleasod to say that nil tho mq» aro now pro nounced out of danger, though they were seriously ill for some considerable time. Tlio greatest care should be exercised in eating meat which has been kept for any time during the hot weather, for there is most danger in eating it when only slightly tainted. — ' Beacon.' The Ballina Firo Brigade is now duly constituted, with a fino up-to-date station and a hose and reel. The members of tho brigade are presumably efficient, and would know how to act in case their services are re...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News of the District. Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

News , of ; the District, :lasnt«re. The passenger traffic on tho Lisuiore Ttveed railway on Wednosday was very hoavy (says Saturday's ' Star') and tho i accommodation of all tlio rolling stock availablo was sovorely taxed. Wednes day morning trains from Lismore and tho Twood wero simply packod to tho platforms ; Jn fact it is said about fifty passengers had to bo left helium at Byron Bay. Tho evening returning trains - wore oven worse, and tho Tweed train,' after landing a number at Byron Bay, had to return to Bangalow for tho [remainder. Murwillunibah was not reached until a lato hour. The Superin tendent (Mr. P. Smith) and tho Lismore stationmaster (Mi-. Alf. Ousby), as well as the whole staff, Flad a very busy time. Mr. Ousby kindly supplies us with tho following figuros for 1902 and 1903, which speak for themselves -March 10th, 1903, from Lismore, 159; receipts, i'14 13s Gd ; other stations, 220 ; receipts, £28 Is Id. March 11, Lismore, 521 ; iC4 1 4s 3d ; other stations, 720 ;...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

Uat.e'st'i!£f bwS! rny TELEGRAPH.] ? LONDON, Sunday' Mk Chamberlain arrived- at South ampton on Saturday, .and m tlio course of » speech suit! 'I warn, you not t-- ovei estimato tho results actually .ichieted during my tour.' - A Royal pardon has bci-n gitinu'd to /ill untried persons charged with t.icaswn „i ? ? .. ,1,,,;,,,, Hio R«mr ivar. oilier uuu»w*-o ?'o ? ? , , '.The rebel force has been severely, de feated by the Venezuelan Government ( roups near Coro. ' T, ... A farmer named Krausi, at Bellfon taino, Missouri, murdered his wife and six children with a sledge hammer, and then committed suicide. The man was ^The Church Discipline Bill, introduced into tho . House of Coinm-ms by Mr. Macivor, proposes to abolish the bishops power of Veto. Mr. Balfour stated that the bishoj's had not fully realised the .1... .ii, mi/1 'liifhtiHioss of the fueliniH of the laity towards Romanising practices, and the Prime Minister opposed tho bill The second reading, however, was carried bv 100 ...

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 — 17 March 1903

Official Correspondence.-' The f»!* r. lowing letter addressed to Mr. It. Pyurs, M.L.A., haft been sent to- its for .pnbli- lo cation: — Sir,— Referring to : that portion . ofyiuir letter of the 2nd October M, enquiring, on behalf of it 'number of n-si- : dents of tlie Richmond River district, ' to the disposal of certain surrendei 1 mil' on Wiangario Holding, I am directed to inform you that it has been decided to |t ....I- r... ? 1 : ? 1 ? .,1, n iris * of 5471 acres, including the lauds n. | forred to; in the parish of Lomlhlitiiii county of Rous, and, with that end, the ^ Chairman of the Land Board has lin' irs asked to suggest a suiiable date on vlnui the Board will deal with applications fw the land. — I havo the honor, Ac., '? »- Cuury, Under-Secretary. i Rocks Resumption Hoard. -A rumour ; was current in tho city 011 Thursday - 1 afternoon that tho inombeiB of tho Rock' ^ Resumption Board had been dismissed from their - positions, and that tlioy had || decided to enter actio...

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 — 17 March 1903

Pitosi'Kitocs Nkw ' Zealand. — ' Now Zoid'ind is a groat marrying country. It is so oasy to get a bit of land and do well on it. Thoro is ono family with 100 . acres, and' that holding supports the family lavishly, and gives two member^ of it- a tour of tho world every year. Thoro is a holding down south which, fur eight years has .produced ail average of 80 bushols of 'wlioat to tlfb aero with out any artiticiid manuring or fortilis ing.'— Sir J; G. Ward. I

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] HOMEBUSH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

Yesterday's Fat Stock Sales ? [By Si'eoiatj Telegram/] Hombhush. Monday Night. At the fat stock sales, to-day, 1050 cattle were yarded, the market showing a decline. . . , ? Primo fat bullocks, realised to £.12, extra primo to £14, good to £!) 10s, medium to £G 10s ; cows from £3, 10s to £8 per head,, . - Bost hoof is worth 34s por lOOlbs.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

wtii; a:xi-' St. Patrick's' Day. ' Grand concort to-night. Cloudy weather but still no rain. . A start has been made with tho Lis moro sewerage works. Lismore Uiiitcd Band competes' at Arniidale contest to-day. ' Athletic sports and other events 011 tho show ground, Casino, to-day. Goods at landed eost-for fourteen days only. Crouch's Trade Palace. at ,. n at ,1 ? ? ? ? 011 Thursday' next. Primest eating potatoes 5s 6d per cwt. Primest onions 12lbs. for Is ; 2s 3d per quarter at Glynn's Federal Stores, Can terbury-street. ? Mr. Reitz and a party of Boers havo gone to Louisiana and Texas to find a site for a Boer colony. Railway mag nates are vicing with each other in offering inducements alongside the rail ways. ' . Peoplo in the'' Arctic regions can converse when more than a milo apart. The air being cold and deuso is a good conductor, and thcimbotli surface of tho ico also favours tlie traiismisaon of sound. _ ?' ' ' . i ? In France the ' organ-grinder m.ust have a certificate of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Cricket. ENGLISH TEAM V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

International Crickct. ENGLISH TEAM V. VICTORIA. The match between Lord Hawke's. English team of cricketers and a Vic torian ' Eleven was commenced on the Melbourne Cricket Ground 011 Friday last The Englishmen won the'toss, and elected to bat* Warner and Burnup going in. Following are the scores : — Lord Hawke's Team— First Innings. Warner, st Monfri.es, b Saunders ... , 30 Burnup, c Armstrong, b Saunders... 21 Fane, c Monfi-ies. b Collins . . ... 19 Taylor, l.b.W;, b Armstrong ... ... 59 Dowson, c M'Alister, b Laver ... 51 Bosanquc-t, c Monfries, b Saunders 51 Thompson, st Monfries, b Saunders . 38 Trott, c Graham, b Saunders ... 17 Johnson, not:oUt ? .... ?! ... 3J' Standing, c Monfries, 1) Saunders ... 11 Hargreave, b Ellis ... ' ... ,-... 5 Sundries,.... ,.^.,7'. .11 Total ;',f. ... ' ...' ' ,v.;' 350 Sfeeoitd' 'winnings.- : Warner, l.b.w^ U Collins ... ... 12 Fane, b Colliiis''- - ' '. ' '...? ' 4 Burnup, c Armstrong, b' Collins , ... ' 40 Stanning, c Armstrong; b, Collins ......

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

BMt. T11 i*f 1'lu J-. | The annual meeting of tiie above was held at Tattersall's Hotel, Casino, on Tuesday last, the President (Mr. \V. 0. Barnes) in the chair. The minutes of last annual mooting wore read and confirmed, after which the report and balance sheet for the past year were road and adopted.^ They wore as follow-: — annual bbpoat. : During the past year the financial position of tho Club has practically re mained unaltered, though in other re spects important events, have occured. It' is with the deepest regret that tlio Committee. havo to deplore, the doath of Mr. John Jordan, one of the oldest and most respected mombers of the R.Il. Tarf Club. The deceased gentleman was. for many years a member of tho Coin rnitteo, and at different times held tho positions of 'Treasurer and Judge. Ilis genial presence and good advice will bo missed by his brother committeemen. As an owner of racehorses his loss will be regretted by many of the clubs on tlio Rivor, who have reason to rem...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why Certain Men Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

I Why .Certuin Men Married. 1| . Ax editor sent out circular letters to a lurj.e number of married men and asked therti why they married. Hero are some of the answers : . I didn't intend to do it. Because I did not have the experi ence i nave now. I married to get. even with her mot her, but never havo. That's what I've been trying for eleven years to find out. I yearned foi* compauy. Now wo have it all the time. I thought it would be cheaper tlnm a breach of promise suit. Because Sarah told me five other men had proposed to her. That's the same fool question my friends ask me. f I wanted a companion of the op posite sex. N.B. — She is still very opposite. ? The old man was going to give 1110 his foot, so I took his daughter's Iinutl. Because I asked her to have me and she said she would:-*! think she's got me. Because I thought, she was ono among a thousand ; now I think she is a thousand among one. I was lonely aud melancholy, ami wanted someone to make me lively. -She makes me ve...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R.R.A.H. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 17 March 1903

HC.lt. A., .It. ami I*. Society. A meeting of the committee of the , above Society was held in tho School of Arts library on Thursday last, when ^ tlio . following were prosont : — Messrs. W. G. j Simpson (chair), M. Bulm.er, A. P. Carl- 1 ton, J. Junor, W. Parkor, G. Marsh, J. B M'Dougall, N. Fogwell, D.. Cainpboll, ? W. Junor, C. H. Riloy, P. M'Gruer, G. M. Elliott, J. Gooley, F. W. ICnapman, W. L. Hoj'co, A. J. Munro, S. J S. | Butler, F. Stitz, F. B. Tyrrell, and E. J. I Robinson (Secretary). I Apologies were inado for tho absotico nf Mncnvn H Anflnl-Kllll. H. BarilOS.'R. Barling, .J. Francy, W. Dockrill, L. E. Copo, and 15. Carlill. TI10 minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Boyce, seconded by Mr! Tyrrell. COIIHESI'ONDKNCB. Tho correspondence was read, re ceived, and ordered to be dealt with, and was as follows : — . . From Mr. J. M'Kay, asking that tho sum of. ten shillings be refunded- to Mr. Tandy in referonce to the last, sawing contest. . Fr...

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 — 20 March 1903

Advertisements. jyj' 0 T I C E. FOB HIRE, a DOUBLE-SEATED BUGGY, with or without horses. Orders left at Mr. G. Cumming'a will bo attended to. pUBLIC NOTICE. Wo hereby give notice that wo have ap pointed Mu. A. 1'. Js'KlLL our District Agent, who will receive names of Subscri bers for the ' Express,' and orders for Printiiii,', Advertising, &c. His receipt for all money received in our behalf will bo accepted as sufficient discharge. GRIISVE & TURNER, ' Express ' Office, Casino. QAUTION TO TRESPASSERS. All Persons are hereby Cautioned against interfering with Stock or Trespassing on Koreo, Lynch's Creek. Anyone so oft6nd ing will bo Prosecuted; 0. G. LARKIN. ?yTTALKEK'S RICHMOND & TWEED W DIRECTORY ALMANAC for 1D03. Price— Oi»« Shilling. Is now published and may bo had from the following agents : — Alstonville, W. Ross : RulliriiK Mrs. Xnrriu ? 'Rrnjirlwiit^r. A. M'Kinnon ; Bangalow, G. Noble ; Byron Bay, Gus Hiirrison ; Casino, F. Stitz ; Coraki, R. Benaud ; ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minister for Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Tlie Minister for IjiiiuIs. ?'When opening a pavilion nf.Erskine villo Park, 011 Saturday, Mr. Crick said : To-day, tliey had wlmt was called n Drought Saturday, and were appealing to the generosity of tlie people to come to the assistance of the distressed members of the community. Very often, the big, generous heart of the neoDle was used for an imnrnnm. purpose. He said this — that this drought relief business was all rot and humbug. Hehad not.gi veil one fnrthino to it, and would not- associate his name with it. But it suited the papers to continually assail the Government, and to sny that thousands of people in this Stale were starving, aud that it wns in a very bad way. What had the Government done ? Money spoke ; or, as the proverb said, 'Money makes the mare to go.' Last year, it was charged against the Government that they had spent all the money. Yet, big as was last year's increase, so fnr this year there was n further increase of over £200,000. It was proposed to go to t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Liberal Party's Platform. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Liberal Party's Platform. Tub following general platform lias been adopted by the Liberal Party, presided over by Mr. J. H. Carruthers, in this State : — 1. The principles of responsible government to be re-established in ; their integrity. 2. General legislation to be based upon sound, liberal, and humane prin ciples, tending to the common good, and not upon class interests. 3. Ministerial administration to be just and firm and impartial. 4. Constitutional reform as follows : (a) Reduction of members of the Legislative Assembly to 84 ; (b) reconstruction of the Legislative Council of 42 members on a truly representative basis. 5. Financial reforms : (a) Economy in State expenditure so as to provide for the State to annually live within its means ; (b) loan expenditure to be strictly confined to reproductive works of a permanent and necessary char acter ; (c) the establishment of a sink ing fund for the redemption of the public debt, such fund to be credited annually with a fair pro...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Straight Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Some Straight Talk. In a lengthy address at a large meet ing of shippers at Taree, Mr. Allan Taylor, of the well-known shipping firm, indulged in some straight-out talk, to the following effect:— 'He did not object-to the N.C.S.N. Co. coming into the timber trade, as it was a free coun try. On .one occasion Sir John See threatened to wipe him out for daring to interfere with the trade of tho N.C.S.N. Co., but he told him it was more tnan ne or any otner man coma do. The speaker then went ou to deal with the various obstacles they had to contend with in starting the service, aud criticised the aution of Sir John See, who had endeavoured to get him to. withdraw from 'the service and used threats in the^way of starting opposition to him in the timber trade. He detailed the conversation which took place be tween himself and the Premier, and said ho was prepared with proofs to substan tiate every word he uttered. He told the Premier that neither lie nor any other man under heaven was abl...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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CONVENT SCHOOLS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

CONVENT SCHOOLS CONCERT. At night the hall of the School of Arts was not large enough to hold the audi once which flocked there to hoar tho concert given by the pupils of the Con vent Schools, assisted by lady and gentlemen amateurs, and tho building was literally packed from tho stage to tho doors. Tho entertainment hnd beon somewhat hurriedly arranged, but not withstanding a presentablo programme was put before tho audience, and we woro pleasod to notice that the items thereon were adhered to ii/thoir order. Tho first part opened with a pianoforte ovorturo (duet), ' Irish Diamonds,' well playod by Misses Pledgor and Pidcock, after which the song ' My Bike' wns pleasingly sung by the boys of the. school, who acquitted themsolves ml inirably. Miss Oroko followed with tho old favourite 'Eileon Alantiah,' sweetly and effectively rendered, and which de manded an encore. The next item was ! a recitation with much force and action 5 by Mr. E. E. Riley, being well roceived. Then Miss Tand...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Give Your Children Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 20 March 1903

Give Your Children Sugar. ' Tub belief that sugar ruins the teeth of children is utterly groundless. Indeed, how the idea ever came into existence is a mystery, seeing that the finest, whitest, and strongest, teeth are found in the mouths of negroes brought up on sugar plantations, who from their earliest years upwards con sume more sugar than other classes of nonnln wlintpvmv Tlin«p wlin any way sceptical of the value of this fact have only to look round among! tlieir personal friends and see whether he sugar. shuuners have the finest eetli, and they find — other things being equal — that the sugar-eaters as a rule have the best teeth. The only way by which it is possible to account for this libel against sugar seems to be by supposing that it originated iu the braiu of one of our economically inclined great-grandmothers, at a time when sugar was 2s a pound, in order vto prevent her children gratifying their . cravings for sweets at tlie expense of the contents of the sugar-basia.<...

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