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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Shipping Notice. VTORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION 'I IN COMPANY (LIMITED.) s.s. oot ST&rafeost, Captain D. Anthon, q LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF ? 'i -4v TON ovory TUSSDAY NIGHT at 9 «ifcO^ o'olook ; and LEAVES GRAFTON ?- ? ! 3^H_SS»FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY te MORNING at 6 o'olook. - S.S. KALLASOTA, * Captain John Magee, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES ? GRAFTON FOK SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY -MORNING, at 6 o'clock. A, SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. ? '**— — . Auctioneers and Commission Agents. ' McLAGHLAN j and COMPANY, L River-street, MACLEAN, AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, Hi '-T HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collected, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. W AGENTS for the leading LIFE and FIRE In surance Companion. LAND AGENCY businoas roceiven due attention. T^ ? JO.HM SEE APB CO., Commission Agsats and Produce ; Xfoxchaats, | 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. | [Established 1864]. * __ ? JZ WE solicit OonslgnmentB of every U«*»l»Hon of IH FARM ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lower Clarence Hospital. The Press Again Asked to Withdraw. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Lower Clarence Hospital. The Press Again Asked to Withdraw. TnE usual monthly meeting of tho Hospital committee was hold on Saturday aftornoon. Presont — Mossrs D. Shearor (in tho chair), A. McDonald, A. Camoron, J. McMillan, A. II. Garvon, J. S.Scott, E. Gall (troasuror), aud T. Lamy (secretary). Boforo tho business com mouced tho chairman said that in viow of what had takon place, ho uudovstood it was tho wish of the coininittGO that, uutil the charge appoariug iu tho Advocate, that tho Hospital was ' a hot bed of scandal and a touting field for professional charlatans' was withdrawn, no reporter for tho Advocate should bo allowed to attend tho meotings of that committee. Tho incoming committeo, tho chairman added, could do as they wished. Our roportor, who was tho onry ono present, withdrew. Tho words referred to by tho chairman woro used by us in an articlo in our issue of Decem ber 14, commenting upon the ojectmont of tho press from tho previous mooting of the com mittee and th...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

[187G— ESTABHSnED 22 YKAH3— 1S9S]. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AlSTD FRIDAYS.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Palmer's Island Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Our Palmer's Island Letter. \ALKDiCTonv —On Friday night Mr. and Mrs Hates were entertained at: a farewell social on the eve of their departure for Mulbring.to which Mr' J3ates has been appointed as teacher. Although the weather was very unfavorable and the roads' bad there was i\, lnrrrn nifniiflmn.n 7^~ ? : ? -1 ' — o ** 'I'ltnu.iiii.u. j-/ununj'r was tjie principal feature of tho roniul, and about 2.5 couples indulged m that amusement, there bein--- mauv others present who did not join in it. A 'rent de-il c If )O1c.a!Kl t!13tu lmd 1)TO' (lt|TOt«l to th« decoration of the School of Arts Hall, in which tho social was j.wn, ^ ii.4W luiiiure oi tne gathering was the largo number of Mr. Bates' ex -pupils-no w in early manhood and womanhood— who assisted in tho fare well tribute to their teacher, thereby showin«- that in later years thoy appreciated his efforts in their behalf in their school days. Music was provided by ?Miss Jackman (piano), and Messrs. J. Veston D ?lohnaon, and M. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

An Introductory Note. Considerablk publicity has beon given, during the few past weeke, to what ia called 'The Spanish Confidence Trick.' It ia indeed regrettable that the samo papers which havo exposed this swindle have gone on assisting, in their advertising columns 'oonfideodoeb' at least as fhgrant, and far more harmful. We refer, particularly, to the quack medicines put on tho market by persona poaiog as tho profes sional superiors of properly qualified practioners, — vendora of nOBtrumB against whom the Minerva Company of London, New York, Sydney, and Mel bourne, is now waging a daily fight in the interest of sufferers. The preparations submitted to a discriminating community by Hub Company embrace no 'Curoalle'' but mediciues that will oesriredly do what iB claimed for them in tho various ailments for which they have been designed. These medicines have been compounded by diplomaed pharmaceutical chemists from a formula by leading European and American authority, and bear the ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Lawrence Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Our Lawrence Letter. | Weather.— For tho past week the weather has lioim showery and at present there is no sign of it clearing up. Tho fanners are prevented from work ing on account of the rantiniiousnoss of (ho rain which does nut lot tho soil dry sufficiently to per mit ol it being worked, in consequonco of which tho young maize cannot be hill.vl. Cliow.— lakeuona whole tho crops around Law rence arc very promising and if tho weather bo lavoiirablu tho early maize will be rerdy to pull in a lew weeks. The fruit crop (his season is a success, judging by the quantity of grapes, melons, pears, etc., one sees being cartel around for sale. | AMusrotuvrs.-On Anniversary night tho Lawrence Oomedy Company arc going to perform in tho of looi ot Arts, and alter the perfonnanno a social will be held. On Thursday night next the Salva tion Army are going to give Lawrence a treat in 1 10 form oi a Musical Battle. I also understand that some prominent Army gentlomen from tho western district wi...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Chats worth Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Our Cbatsworfch Letter. The Okop3. — Tho continued showry weather is causing a deal of annoyance to the farming- com munity. Much damage lias boon wrought to the young muizo, whiuh has hud a surfeit of moisture, and largo areas iiro in a bad state, tho plants .showing all tho colors of tho rainbow. Even should tho weather tako up atomic, of wliich at, present there is not tho Hlisrht-ost indication, it would bo rather lntn to re-sow as tho land would require to be tilled again. Patches on high land are safe still and nre putting on u phenomenal growth, but for want of tillage the weeds and grans nre vapidly gaining (ho day. Some of the canetiolds, too, do not present a very pleasing spectacle to their owners, especially in cases where the weeds had obtained a hold prior to tho rain sotting in. The rutoon crops appeal' to bo the most difliuiilt to cultivate as the removal of tho weeds from among the stools is a rather tedious process. Two or three weeks of ilno weather would be appre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Do you wani a perfect Fitting Costumed

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The Carruthers Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

The Carruthers Libel Case. ON Tuesday Mr. Moss in his address to the jury on behalf of Lonsdale, spoke altogether for 7 hours, Ho pointed out discrepancies in Mr, Oarruthera' evidenoo which he submitted to the jury they should consider carefully in dealing witb the credibility of his evidence They had seen Mr. Carruthors give evidence, and did they think from the mannor m which he gave that evidence ha was ontitlod to belief above all of the other witnesses. Mr. Carruthers's actions in pointing out portions of. the evidence and having conversations with witnesses in the case ?was very improper, and was worthy of the jury's attention. Mr. Norton in his address spoko for 8A- hours. Ho said, the week previous to tho cnal ho was origagod in fighting a caso m Sydney, and three days after fighting ho was asked to come into a strange land and work up his dofonce in a period altogether too short. Ho complained of the trial being rushed on at tho Christmas season, and said that neither himse...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wholesale Authographing. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Wholesale Authographing. TaE Mayor, Aldermen Allen, Colemau, and Norris, and the Council Clerk had a big field day on Tuesday and Wednesday in the way of signing their variously picturesque autographs. Tho debentures for tho £10,000 loan wore on hand — a hundred of them, each with two coupons. The Mayor had to sign 2100 times, but tne uouncu UlerK nntt to go one better, with 2200. Tho Aldermen named signed 100 times. We are glad to say that neither signa tories succumbed to their exertions, and Alderman Norris looked quite as fresh as if he had beon signing oheques for the wholesale distribution of thousands on the most approved socialistic principles. — Lisjioee Chronicle.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Dewartiirea. Kalhtina (a), 080 tons, Captain John Magoo, for Sydnoy, January 5. — Mesdamoa Nrny, Campboll, Mitchell, Eaton, Butlor, Williamson, Burling, Thomag (and children), Phillips; Mi.«so3 Thoinna, Gregg, E. Small, Till ('2), BridL'or. Mitchell. Burns, Lnncr. Punlon, Saundors, Smith, Oharnloy, Stewart, Morol, Moluttrick, Hunter, Barling (2); Messrs. Schroder, Mungon, T. Payne, T. J, Brown, F. E. Smith, A. A. Smith, Mitcholl and son, Onmpboll, Barling, A. Gilborfc, Quain, W, White, Donn, Muir ; aud 15 in socond cabin. City ov Guat'ton (s), S25 tons, Captain D. Anthon, for Sydnoy, January 8. — Mesdamos Bates and two daughters, Burgess, Gray ; Misses Board, Allison, Konny, McOulloch, Tylor, Holmos, Jonos ; Messrs. G. Blackio, E. Lovick, J. Martin, T. G. Williamson, J. A. Martin, J. McCormack, J. McLachlan, J. Long man, Hartley, Bassot, Board, Honderson, A. Burgess, J. 0. Burgoss, Holmes, F. W. Batea, E. Cummings, Captain McGufiy ; Masters Bates (2) ; and 5 i...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Local Notes and News. The Attornoy-Gonoral and tho Minister for Justice havo gono tu Tasmania. Who will bo tho next uow Mayor ia tho latost itom oE interest. Mr. A. Bassott, Into of Macloan, has boon admitted to tho polico lorco iu Sydno)'. Hold over— South Arm corrcspoudonco, Facts aud Fancies, and othor mattor which is in typo Tho rovonuo of Quormsland for tho pnst half year amouutod to £'2,022,070, and' tho oxpondi turo to i £1,014,000. During an attack of religious mania a man gashed hiinsolf at tho Globo last w ook with a kuifo. Tho Bov. Father Shoohan of Murwillumbah is, wo undorstaud, about to romovo to Grafton as curate to Fathor D. Doylo. No person in Norway may spond rnoro than threoponco at ono visit to any public houso. In Coolgardio, a mnu wishing to show friond ship to anothorsays: 'Oonie and havo a bath.' Tho luxury costs Is Gd. Pipors J. McKay and .0. Mathosou dividod honors for Marches at Elizaboth Island on New Yoar's Day. Broadwator Mill finished oporations on Thu...

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A Wealthy Tramp. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

. A Wealthy Tramp. Cases of wealthy tramps, who trudgo through the country with deposit, receipts for large sums of money in their possession, huve often been recorded (says tho Molbourno Aiious), but there has rarely been such an instance as that reported by our Trontham correspondent, who writes: ' Last Fridiiv Constable Lombard arrested a very notable character, one Patrick Cotter, who is known in this and other districts as tho wealthy Bwugimm. During the day several persons saw him wondering near thu town in mi almost nude stale, and he was locked up on a charge of indecent behaviour. At the lockup ho was found to have upon him, sccroted amongst a niivss of nigs, which ho carries, deposit receipts representing £'J51, and £5 or £(- in caah. Ho w»s brought btforo Mr. Norton, J. P., at tne Trentham Court, when the charge was fully proved, and ho waa fined I'.o, and 12s o'd costs. The lino and costs were paid, ^apparently very much against his will, and ho was allowed to go his way...

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New Species of Tick. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

New Species of TicE — ' Mu. E. J. Buown, of Goodwood Island, recently captured an opossum which was covered with a now kmdof tick. The animal was in a weak state when oaught and died shortly afterwards. Ihe tioks wero of a kind unknown to Mr Brown, and were clineine- to Hin nmmai ;„' myriads. Mr. Brown secured a number of tho ticks, and then burnt the carcase of the animal with a view of destroying the others. Somo of the ticks wero sent to Mr. Delvin, District Inspeotor of Stock, who was of opinion that they woro not identical with the Queensland cattle tick. He forwarded them to the Chief Inspector in Sydney, from whom a telegram was received to the effect that the ticks srero not identipjil with tho Queensland tick, but were of a kind unknown to the departmental entomologist. ^?' ,Brown nas sinco shot other opossums iu whioh a few of these ticks were discovered. In appearance the now tick is longer and darker and lias a harder skin than those hitherto known in this district.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

A Lady Attacked and Robbed at Ballarat. TilE following remarkable communication has reached us from the mining centre of Ballarat: — A young lady, daughter of one of the oldest residents and minors, Miss Fanny Simpson, of Victoria-street says: 'I was attacked by the most excruciating pains in my sides, and vom iting which followed immediately after every meal. Mother touk me to the hospital, and she ?was told my kidneys v, ere alluded. 'The doctor said Iliad inflammation of the kidneys and iucipiont consuinp'ion: but the medicine releived me only foe a time, and that in a month I was as bad as ever. From that time until nine months since I havo had a continual sequence of sickness, and havo been entirely robbed of cood health. I have seen several ductors at differont rimes, and one ?would describe my complaint as one thiug aud another as something else. However, the last two seen decided I was sutl'eriug from Bright's disease of the kidneys, and commenced to treat me for such. But t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Commercial. Maclean curront price3: Dairy butter 5d. factory 8d per 1b ; eggs Gd per dozen ; fowls la Gd to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s Gd per pair. Our Sydney correspondent wired last night'— Bacon— Gd to 7M per 1b. brench Beans— 3s to 4s per bushel ; broad Is. Bananas — Is to 3s per bunch. Beeswax — Is per lb. Bran— 9d por bushel. Butter— Creamery 8d, factory 6d to 7Ad, dairy odto 6d per lb. J Cabbages— Is 6d to 4s per dozen. Cucumbers— 5s to 6s per half case ? Is to 2s 6d per dozen. Eggs— 7d to 9d por dozon. Flour— £11 to £13 10s per ton. Honey— 2d to 2£d per lb. Lemons — 5s to 7s per case. Lucerne Hay— £2 to £2 los per ton MAIZE— 3s 4d to 3s Od per bushel. Molons— 6s to 10s per dozen. 0nTlo^llleia case' mandari- * : Onions — £3 5s per ton. Potatoes— £7 to £9 15s per ton. Local Kidneys— 6s to 8a per cwfc. Looil Sweet — 4s to 7s per owt. ' Passionfruit — 6s to 8s gin-case. Pineapplos— 7s to 10s per case. Pigs— 4d per lb. Pollard— lOd per bushel. Tomatoes— 3s to 5s por ualf-case. Peas— Gs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Hospitals Fail ; Doctors Baffled. SUFFERED BEYOND DESCRIPTION. LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, AND CONSTIPATION. CURED BY GOULD'S TINY TONIC PILLS. WONDERFUL CURE OF A. NEWCASTLE CHEMIST. Mu. Hutcheson, of King-street, Newcastle, chemist and druggist, was called on by our representative to get some information regarding his marvellous recovery from a long and serious illness. Mr. Hutcheson said in answer to our luijunj' lumii ilxi \y ao u*j y^tkm uiu ill uullUctl last, and that during the last 9 years he had been a great sufferer from liver trouble, which got so bad that his skin became perfectly yellow, and he was so weak that ho could scarcoly walk. He also suffered from terrible pains in his shoulders, and had awtul splitting headaches. At 'imesMic would become terribly dopreaeed in spirits, and felt that ho was at death's door. Mr, Hutche son continued in this way for years, and notwithstanding the fact that he tried every possible remedy, and consulted the best physicians in Austral...

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The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Tne Australian, His clothes are West of England Tweed ; His boots aro from tho Strand ; Tho biko which ho propels with speed Was mado in Ysinkeeland ! He drinks a glass of Belgian gin, Jamaica rum, perchance, And smoKes tho best Virginia in A pipo thals 'mado in Franca !' Ho looks at his imported watch to see the time of day, And hurries for ho wants to see a new imported play. Tho lamp ia mado in Germany that lights him on his way ; He's a patriotic thoroughbred Australian ! He's a patriotic thoroughbred Australian ! And ho sticks up for his country like a man ! For it's good for growing mutton, But it couldn't mako a button For the trousers of a true Australi-an ! : Ho comes up to his cottage whero Thero's Ingcr from the Rhine ; And seats himself upoi a chair Of Austrian design. His English hat ho places on Tho Chineao Choffonicr And drinks from his Italian glass His German lager beer ! Rn kp.rr fhn inm and nioklfiR wir.h f.hn rnnl im ported stamp, He tries the Dutch piano for tho...

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Siberian Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

Siberian Railway. The railway connection between Russia and Siberia forms the greatest railway scheme in the world. After considerable deliberation the Government Railway Commission decided in favour of a complete railway, the length of which will be over 4700 miles, or about twice as long as the Canadian Pacific. The total cost, including rolling stock, &c, has boen variously estimated between 53 and 55 millions sterling. The first sod was cut at Vladivostock on May 24, 1891. To facilitate the work of construction tho lino was divided into three parts. Tho first starts from the European frontier in the Ural, and runs eastward ; the second from Vladivostock on the Pacific, running west ; whilo the third iB tho middle section, near Lake Baikal, and is to join the other two. The 'Times' of November 2, 1896, on tho authority of a Russian military writer, said that a permanent way had been laid for 5250 miles (this figure apparently includes double track and branches), and that ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 11 January 1898

What Makes them Cry. Yon havo a very aorc finger, let ua Bay, It may bo a hurt, a boil— or, worse still, that fearfully pain ful thiDf;.. a felon. Oh, my ! oh, my ! What a time you have boon tryiug to protect that poor finger. It ia nil thu time getting hit or knocking agmoat something. Simply to got it out of harm'o way worries you more than doing a day s work ; and you don't sucoeed — and wouldn't, evon with a doznn policomon to help you. You nro Beared of a fly threatening to light on it. That ia the principal ou which Mra. Elizabeth Allon couldn't bear the loaet noise. She had no eore finger, but aho had what waa still more sen sitive — a body full of Boro norveB ; weak, starved, unatrung nerves, So the prattle of children, the closing of a door, the inomontary roar of a waggon, in the street, tho clattor of dishea in tho kitchen, the thousand and ono sounds and noises that are in the air constantly — why, tho smallest of them struck hor like a blow from n club. Noiseu which are...

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