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An Old Time Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

An Old Time Yarn. An old resident of Graf ton used to tell a good story of the doings at Port Macquario when that settlement was tho home of deported men. There resided at tho placo a gallant captain, whom it was not healthy to see on busi ness at an early hour of tho morning, or indeod iint-.il hn Vmd takon tho nun over the foravurd. when he becamo 'mollow,' and at peace with all mankind. Ono day a noted character named Paddy Quinn had occasion to drive a team of Government bullocks past the captain's rosidonce at an early hour. The captain spiod him and at once called upon him to halt, and demanded to know his business and on what mission ho was taking tho bullocks. Paddy oxplainod matters, and the captain orclerod him to movo on Paddy gathered up the long lush of hia whip, made it rosound in tho air, and thus apostro phisod tho leading bullock — 'Cai'tain, you infernal scoundrel, goo up; you lazy brute, I'll cut the hido ofl'yc. Tho captain tumbled to tho fact that Paddy was easi...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Trip to Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

A Trip1 to 'Japan'. GLOisB-trottora assure ua that foreign trayol, chango of air and scono uud diet gonoraliy effect a euro in the caso of the unhappy victim to dyspepsia and indigestion, but that something n oro than theso is nocded is proved by the interesting story ot iurs. ivim-iuna .uuuumuuo, of 183 -William-street, Sydney, who had boon for .years a martyr to thu above distressing com plaints. Our roportor, calling at this lady's residonco, found Mrs. Beaumont' a fascinating young lady, ?who rordily voluntcorod to givo full particulars of her travels, horauu'erings, and her remarkable rooovory. 'Wo have heard, Mrs. Beaumont, that you havo only lately ^returned from Japan, whore you wont in aearch of health and recreation?' 'It is (juito true. I have had i\ moat charm ing experience, and am rejoiced to stato that I now feel botter than ever I did. It is now twolve months since my medical attendant -advisod rao a chango of air, for the oondition of mv health had been such aa to c...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

General Notices. WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. KEEG AN, Maoloan. LOST, from South Arm, nn 18-FOOT BLACK BOAT, Reward for recovery. A. MoAOLAY, South Arm. ?DROOMES BEAD. BEOOMES HEAD. NOTICE TO HOLIDAY PION1CERS. Macdonald's, River-street, Is tho Cheapeat Placo to buy TontB, otc, and all neoeasary Camping KeqaiaitoB, ?jVTOTIOE.— The Lower Clnrenco Ithlotes, who Day, wish to publioly thank INSPECTOR PARKER for the manner he had order maintained in the Ring; and only bopo that atevory Gathoring Compotitora may bo kopt aa free from inconvenienoo from the crowd. A UCTIONEER1NG ANNOUNCEMENT. J\_ ? J. J. HOUGH wiahoa to thank the public for the past patronage accorded to him nince ho has boec n this AiintinnnRrinp BuRinpRB. and owinrr to the increase of business ho has found it neceasary to tako into partnorahip hiBaou MERVYN. Tho firm will now be known as J.J. HOUGH and SON. Tho new firm ib now prepared to undertake any buainesB that may be placed in their hands and conduct same in...

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Mr. Joe Spencer's Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Mr. Joe Spencer's Team. Playing against the United Warehouse men on Thursday, the North Coast team made 199 for the loss of 9 wickets (Hoskina 73, Nicldin 43, Clarke 30). The Warehousemen who went in firs'-, scored 258. Ashdown took 3 wickets for 2, Want 2 for 9, Whito 2 for 01, Smith 2 for GG, Clarke 1 for 39. The team played Manly on Friday. Going in first, they had tho disadvantage of r. soft and sticky wicket, on which thoy scored 212. Ash down contributed 03. Want made 43, compris ing a live, eight fours, a bruco and four Bingles, all in tho short timo of 12 minutes. Hookins 10, Clarke 15, Gettens Uj, and Oohen 18, woro the other doublo-iiguro scorera, Manly com piled 200 for the loss of eight wicKets. Smith took 4 wickets for 36, Clarke 1 for 31, Oohen 1 for 3G, Whito 1 for 73, Want 0 for 19. The North Coast team defeated Leichhardt district by ti wicketa ana 11 runs on Saturday. To-day (Tuesday) tho team plays tho Univer sity, aud to-morrow will conclude the tour by a match a...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Second Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

The Second Test Match. Tns second teat match was commenced in Mel bourne on Saturday. The Australians went in first, and at the close of tho day had lost three wickets for 2S3. Stoddart and Board stood ouc of the English team. RinjLtsinjlu left the field during tho game for the purpose of having an operation performod on his throat by Dr. Brady. After the opera tion ho resumed his play at point. MELBOURNE, Monday. Tho matdi was continued to-day. The weather was beautiful, but the wicket shows signs of cracking. Gregory and Iredalo resumed batting and played with great confidence. They quickly ran the score up to 324 before Briggs bowled Gregory for 71. At the luncheon ad journment the game .stood as follows : — Trott not out, 21 ; Iredalo not out, 59 ; total, 4 wickets for 370. The following are the scores at the termination of the day's play : — Australia — 1st inninga. Darling, o Hirst b Briggs ? 38 Hill, c Storer b Haytvard ? 58 McLeod, b Storer ? . 112 Gregory, b Briggs ? 71 Ire...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Tho number of mon who aro out of omploy rnent in consoqueuco of tho strike in the Engin eering trade is stated to bo 81,000. When a man does not want to do a thing, he says: 'I cannot !' When he caunot do it, ho says : 'I don't want to !' In the agricultural implement factories, 500 men with machinery now do the work o£ 2500. It is not moroly the individual, but society, that suffers by every idle, every selfish, every mean, every unjust man. It is a consolation when another man is in trouble to think that it will prove a valuable lesson to him. Dora. — 'Ho said there was ono thing about me ho didn't like.' Cora. — 'What was that ?' 'Another man's arm.' The editor of a back blocks contemporary gives receipts for a number of tasty dishes. Then he goes home and eats fried chops. Dr. 3?ox, a leading American authority on lep rosy, states that at least 25 lepers, to his know ledge, are at large in Now York. Tho largest bee-keeper in tho world is a Cali fornian gentleman, who has G000 hi...

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Lismore Highland Gathering [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Lismore Highland Gathering Tim following is taken from the R. R. Heualu's roport : — Tho Clarenco sent tho usual number of juvenile dancors and others, including tho Messrs. W. Murray, C. Wallace, D. M'Lonnan, F. McDonald, and many whoao names wo wore unable to obtain. 1- roni Queensland a contingent of kilted pipers were largely in evidence, and, rofnforced by a similar number from the Clarence, over and anon delighted tho hearts of Auld llookio's sons with strains of the inspiriting, national music, without which proceedings would have been comparatively flat. Professor Allen occupied i\ very conspicuous position throughout the day, and hia string of pupils acquitted themselves in such a way aa to do him infinite credit. For dancing purposes the committee hadu spacious stage erected, and a prettier 8igm than tho pupils referred to when, 14 in number, they gave an oxhibition of their skill ou the boards, could not well be imagined. In the various evolutions of tho dance they pre se...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

? ' ? Special Notices. ? . / CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. ..Q: A. HALL & COMPANY. i'-.-v HALL'S FURNISH moreHOUSES in ono week than any other furniture dcaloru do in one month— a very safe gum-antco of tho exccllont finiah of HALL'S Goods, anil thoir LOW PRICES. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SHITE, Tastefully upholatorod in rich Silk Tapestry, ;iud Plush Bordora, Sottco, Pair Arms Chairs, and 4 Carved Small Chairs, 5 GUINEAS. .HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, covered in good serviceable Maroon Skins. Largo Couch, Pair EaBy Chaira, and G Padded-back Small Chairs. 9 GUINEAS. HALL'a POLISHED WALNUT COLOUR BED. ROOM SUITE, Wardrobe, with Bovol Glass Door, Pair DuchoBs Toilet Tables. Bovol Glaae, 2 Cane Chairs and Towel Rail. 9 HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full tizo, Double Wire Mat tress, good Top Mattrcsa, with Bolstor and 2 Pillows, £3 15s. HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW CO BEDROOM SUITES, from G guineas to CO guineas. HALL'S HAVE ON NIEW 50 DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, from 4 guineas to 2...

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New Year's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

New Year's Day. New Year's Eve was very quiet in Maclonn. Owing to tho inclemency of tho weather, there woro very few people from tho country in town during the evening. Tho townspeople paraded tho street in fair uumbers for a couple of hours, and the shops were opened until a Inter hour than usual. Tho practice nsuaily indulged in of of disorder and noise was not Indulged in Mac lean on this occasion, and it is to the credit of the town that no diaplay of larrikiniam of any kind took placo during the night, By midnight the streets were clear, and tho oloao of the old year was marked only by the ringing of tho boll in the Roman Catholic Church. Now Yoar'a Dny waa a quite ono on tho Lower Rivor. A number of people visited Broomo's Head and spent an enjoyablo day, and others wont to tho Highland Gathoring at Elizabeth Island. Owing to tho wot weather which prevailed on tho previous days, there was a dearth ot tho usual picnics which are a favorite means of on joyment on New Year's Day...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

[187G— ESTADLISnED 21 YEAT!S— 1807]. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS A^D FRIDAYS. (^POSSESSES THELARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE. CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION ? SUBSCRIPTION : jJL^SS PER YEAR (if paid in advance) ?

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Rainfall for 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Rainfall for 1897. Through the courtesy of Mr. Lamy we havo been supplied with tho rainfall registered at Maclean during 1897. The total is 43 inches 79 points. The monthly register ia as follows, December having the highest record : — January 245 points, February 518, March 576, April -*0, May 10, June G03, July 534, August 291, Sep tember 451, October 95, November 93, Decem ber Sfjl. A handicap single wicket tournament was concluded at Palmer's Island on 'New Year's Day, and was won by 'W. Heffernan. There were 2S competitors. A match for £50 aside, 1 j miles, has been made between Mr. E. Murray's horse Lo Var and Ma. J, Wightinan's Iridium, even weights, about 9st. Tho race is to bo run on Coraki course a fortnight after Lismore races, on 2oih January, and as the horses are considered by many to bo evenly matched a good raoe should result. At Tattersall's Races on Saturday tho results woro as follows : — Hurdle Race — Crystalite 1, Stockade 2, Pomoroy 3. Hampden Stakes — Sweet Al...

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Maclean Streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Maclean Streets. Theiie is probably no town in tho colony with tho population of Maclean that ia so badly pro vidocl with atroots. A glanco at tho original map of tho town suggests tho idoa that aftor tho town had boon laid out a liuo was drawn hap-hazard through tho plan and tho alignmonts on ono sido of it obliterated and 40 aero selections substituted. Whatever tho circumstances undor which, tho poculiar laying out was accomplished, tho fact remains that tho 40 aero blocks abut on tho town allotmonta and streets at au acute nuglo, without evon a road to soparato them. As a ro sult, the busiuos part of tho town is built ou privato subdivisions, with narrow and badly laid out streota, and with only tho ono street to give communication between the upper and lower town. If Maolean grows in importance — as everyone expects and hopes that it will — tho blundors mado in tho original survey of tho town will bo productive of sorious consequences, not only as regards the streets, but from ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carruthers Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Carruthers Libel Case. Ox Friday the evidence of Susan Blackburn, containing allegations of improper intimacy with Mr. Carruthers. was published, Mr. Carruthers iu his evidence denied the accusa tions, and deposed that he bad given tho woman pecuniary assistance and she had attempted to blackmail him. » x UN a X , MONDAY. Carruther's cross-examination in the libel cases was concluded on Saturday. He again strongly denied the truth of Susan Blackburn's evidence. Later. The evidenoo in the Carruthers libel case is concluded, and Mr. Moss is addressing the jury on behalf of Lonsdalo.

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Exports for the Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Exports for the Year. The following are the exports of the principal lines of produce from the Clarence during 1896 and 1807 by the N.C.S.N.Co's steamers. 1897. 1896. Maize, bags ,..,.., ? 131,610 ? 119,639 Potatoes, bags ? 27,249 ? 14,o2G Eggs, cases ? , ? 17,558 ? 14.881 Wool, bales ? 2,883 ? 3,620 Butter, cases ? 12,239 ? 3,928 Butter kegs ? 433 ...,..,... — Meat, cases ? ,,,....: 56,769 ? 66,634 Poultry, coops.., ? 2,022 .;... ? 1,515 Hides ? .....17,016 ? 27,796 Pigs ? 5,603 ........... 2,384 Spokes ? 135,000 ? 121,000 Sugar, bags ? 17,440* ? tons 1,992 Bones, bags ? , ? 2,734 ? 11,410 Fish, oases ? 700 ? 550 Ducks, pairs ? 6,190 ? 2,033 *This does not include tho sugar shipped from Horwood by tho Fiona, which is estimated at 3,500 tons for 1897. It is estimated that between 200 ana 300 tons of sugar were forwarded overland to Glea Innes during the year. Gold exports, whioh aro estimated at nenrly 14,000 ounces, :ive omitted from tho above tables, as is also timber, of which th...

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Cablegrams, LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Cablegrams, LONDON, Sunday. China has postponed further loan negotiations until a reply is receivod from England. There is great activity in the Government, naval yard at Hongkong. The movements of the fleei, are kept entirely secret, Many English newspapers comment upon the menacing international situation which marks the opening of tho year. The conferenco of unionists in London carried resolutions in favor of the proposed Federation of Trades organizations, advising resolute legislative action against federated capital. Wray and Towns, the N. S. W. sculle:s, com peted in a Handicap on the Tyne and both were defeated by Whito. Sir Saul Samuel has been created a Baronet.

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How to Live Long. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

How to Live Long. Professor Heatii lays down those practical rules : — Fix in mind tho grand truth that life power rules tho body, and that it alone can cure disease Lifo power livos upon air, water, and food only ; u]\ else is hurtful. Make cleanliness your motto, aud watch against filth in both house and nil around it. J?ow starve for want of food, but many' for went of air, so breathe good air deeply. Wear no tight clothing. Abovo all, ventilate your sleoping-room. Be ware of gluttony. If the appetite is dull, eat fruit only, or eat nothing. Use no fieiy condi ments, but livo chiofly on natural grain, vege tablos, and fruits. Novor ask your stomach to chew your food ; use your tooth. Shun stimu lants aud drugs as you do pestilonco. Instead of tost and coilioo, drink hot wator; and in illness lot tho saino magic fluid bo your physic.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Shipping Notice. ^~— J^Iii~STEA^^AVIGATION H COMPANY (LIMITED.) s.s. om of'o-saftost, Cattmn D, Anthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF -\-, ToN ovory TUNSDAY NIGBT at 9 ^^^,,0'olook; nod LEAVES GRAFTON %3Ba§ggJg&£ FOR SYDNEY ovory SATURDAY MORNING at 6 o'olook. ?S.S. KAkLATXHA, ; . . ? Captain John Maoke, ? LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT 1 UBDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES . UBAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. - . Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLt^ ? and COMPANY, \,f Kiver-street, MACLEAN, .?AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, ?BOUSE and LAND AGENTS, 'ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collected, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. .AGENTS for tho leading LIFE and FIRE In anrnnce Companies. LAND AGENCY business receives duo attontion. ?J.0.HM SEE AND CO., Commission Agents and Produce Merchants, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established I864J. WE solicit Conoicnmenta of every ^./.Kifiptlon of FARM PRODUCE, LIVE STOCK, TIMBER, &o. Onr ma...

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North Coast Harbors. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

North Coast Harbors. The Macleay Chroxicle says : — With 500 miles of seabcard New South Wales has practically only ono harbor, Port Jackson. Wo own that Port Jackson is tho best harbor in the world, but it is not so near to 3Nrow England as Trial Bay or the Clarence. Why then should thou sands of pounds bo spent to drag the trade of Now England to Sydney, whon half the amount would suffice to bring it to Trial Bay and Graftou. Aro wo for ever to acknowledge that its Doing for is Sydney ': Jervis Bay, Port Hunter, Port Stephens, Trial Bay, Coffs Harbor, the Claronce, and Byron Bay may be only email ports, but woro only a proportionate sum of monoy spent on thoir improvement as is spent every year in Sydney, how much bettor returns would result. But tho Parliament, as tho peoplo (of Sydney) make it, decrees against this, ? .. r an'cTH'ihiess' tho North Coast and the liibrelarfd'of-- '~ ;* New England at next election vote solidly against .Sydney centralisation wo cannot hopo'to chang...

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Cost of Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

Oost of Sugar. It is estimated that tho cost of producing a ton of sugar in British Guiana is £9 10s, half for cultivation and half for mnnufocturo. In tha Barbados, Muscovudo sugar worth £S 8s costa £S 12a 2d, with a total extraction of only 75 per cont of tho sucroso. In Trinidn.il sugar costs £10 to produco and in .L'obago, whoro canes can bo bought at 4s por ton, only£- 16s 9d. In Grouada tho oxport of sugar has coased, while in St. Lucia £10 a ton is the cost at ono of tho largest factories. In St. Vincent only 1200 acres are undor cano and from these inferior and expensive sugar is mado. Dominica is little better with an export of loss than 1000 tons and small and inefficient .factories, while in Montserratt out of '2-1 mills enly 12 are worked by steam. In Antigua half a million of money is invested in existing estates, but they are osti mated to lose ovor one third of thoir sugar, no matter for surprise: when wo learn that the methods and appliances in use for Muscayodo suga...

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How to Help the Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 January 1898

How to Help the Local Paper You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving tho local oflicoyour general printing ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, suroly you can afford to give tho newspaper 3'our cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute. Tho newspaper man needs it, and it helps him to pay hia printer for sotting up tho thousand and ono free notices ho gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can givo you no such return, and ia spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your district. The time may como when a newspaper may live .simply upon tho rovonuo derived from subscriptions and advertisements, hut no ordinary newspaper iu any ordinary town can exist without auxiliary support derived from general printing. Therofore, if you want ,1 good newspaper — one that will still help your town and district— givo all your printing to tho C.R. AnvocATK, tho only paper published in tho...

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