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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

[1S7C— ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS— 1898]. 1'U BLISIIED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ^POSSESSES TIIELARGKEST CIRCULATION IN TIIK CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION— SUBSCRIPTION: X/oS I-ER YEAR, (if paid iu iidvauco) ? -»-«»« iw»

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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DESCRIPTION OF A DUTCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

DESCRIPTION OF A DUTCHMAN. The following description of a Dutchman is taken from old MS.of the seventeenth century: .' His country is thu God hi! worships, war is his Heaven, peace bis Hell, and the Spaniard his Divell, and will his reason. His suule is composed of English beere, that makes turn headstrong, and his body of pickled herring (they render him testy). These two with a little butter, are the ingredients of a. meiro Dutchman, which a voyage to the Enst Indies by the heat of the equinoctial gals consolid ates.' The above was not written by an Uit lander.

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The Dissolution Date. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

The Dissolution Date. ]hkre are four full months to pass away bol'oro tho period of tho prosont Parliainont will oxpiro. It is moro than likoly that Parliament will dio a natural death unless tho Promior doliborately rides for a fall oithor with tho dssomDiy 01 uno council, .no cannot, or course, hb has been foolishly Btatod in cortain quartors, dissolve Parliament boforo it meets ; in fact ho cannot dissolve Parliament at all. This is tho Crown's prerogative which in this caso moans the Governor. It is hardly likely that Mr. Eoid, having no struggle on hand with the legislature, would ask tho Governor to dissolve a Parliament with four months' lifo to run ; and oven if he inado tho request it is cortain that the Governor would not entertain it. Mr. Eoid will no doubt call Parliament togothor soon alter his roturn, proceed quietly for a few weeks with necessary and non-contentious matters, and then spring soino radical meaauro on the .Assembly, whore ho is strong enough to cany it t...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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HIS SUSPICION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

HIS SUSPICION. ' Mabel,' said her father, after Mr. Stalate had loft, just in time to catch the last car, ' that youuu man owes stouk iu the Has com pauy, ilocs he not ?' ' Yes.' ' Ami he is also Heavily interested in the coal trade ?' ' I believe s».' ' Well, hereafter ho must be reminded that his departure is duo at 10 p.m. 1 am convinced that his devotion to you is not disinterested.'

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wednesday; The Victorian Australian Natives Association havo unanimously docidod in favor of tho Commonwealth Bill, and strongly advocate its acceptance by tho oloctors. Tho N.S.W. Govornmont have docided to post a copy oi tho Commonwealth Bill, to ovoryolector in tho colony, which moans that 300,000 copies will bo priutod. It is gonorally understood that tho Bill will not bo submitted to^the people until tho middle or end of Juno, and thon simultaneously with the polling for tho goneral election. Miss Downer. nnshmistrflRS n-, Olarnnrlrm. Victoria, shot hersolf dead yesterday. She was suffering from melancholia, caused by ill health. Mrs. Catherine McMahon died at Eosewater, South Australia, aged 103. Considerable sensation has beon caused in military circles owiug to tho resignation of Colonel Lassetter, commanding officer cf tho Mounted Eifles, in consequence of Colonel Smith having beon appointed to the command of tho Mounted Brigade, which includes the Mounte...

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A LESSON FOR HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

A LESSON FOR HUSBANDS. ' Going away agnin, Paul ? ' said Mrs. Maypole. ' Now I wonder nhat Hint is for ? ' ' Business, my dear, business,' answered Mr. Mwypule, calmly contemplating the live end of bin cigar. mil. yni v« uiiij jinu uumu u;iuk iruiil a business tour.' ' Helen,' said Mr. Mnypnlp, impressively, ' women shouldn't be. postering themselves about ' whys ' and ' wlu-refmes.' Lot it suffice to you, my dear, that affairs of importance call me away. I leave you money enough for any reasonable wife, to spend. What more ought n womanly woman to desire.' ' Money isn't everything,' pouted Helen, ' and one does occasionally tire of the society of a boy and a girl of two.' ' I'm sorry to hoar you talk so, my dear.' ' Can't I go too, t'nul ? ' ' No, my dear, you can't.' ' And how long will you be gone ? ' ' Not morn than a month, I hope ; but that will depend entirely upon circumstances.' Holeu sighed. ' Where is Waytesville.' ' Now Helen, don't tease me with any more questions. This...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Cablegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. Lord Salisbury hos boon ordered eomploto rest and change Mr. A. J. Balfour will undertake the duties of Foreign Secrotary during Lord Salisbury's absence. The United States Government are accolerat ing the construction of 150 big guns at u uaiuugiuu j; ui;iury wicn me view oi armm 30 auxiliary crusiors. Tho authorities are also inspecting 40 steamers suitable for conversion into warships. Tho United States Government have pur chased two warships from Brazil, Tho Austrian Emperor is trying to induco tho Powers to ropresont to America tho danger to Europo involved by American intorforanco with Cuban ail'airs. The Thames Ironworks Shipbuilding Company aro negotiating with tho Eussian Government for contracts for tho construction of a dockyard on tho Baltic coast. Austria and Germany aro willing to ontrust Eussia, France and England with the sottle niont of tho Cretan difficulty. LONDON, Wednesday. Tho Times states ttiatat a mooting of tho Transvaal Yolsraad...

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A PAINFUL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

: -..'?'.- A PAINFUL CASE. At the Manchester Sheriff's Court washeard the case of Burrows v.Dingley. In this case, which was an action for breach of .promise, judgment had been allowed to go by default, and the duty of the Court was to asstss the dam ages sustained by the plaintiff, a young woman, now 28 years of age,:* weaver, of Bickershaw ane, Abram, near' Wigan. The- defendant, Gilbert A., Dingley, is one year younger, aud is a foreman litter in the employ of tbe London and North-We»tern:Kailway Company, at Bun gor, having ? formerly been at Springs Branch, Wigan. Mr. Marshall appeared for the plaintiff, aud Mr. A. G. Steel for the defendant. Miss Burrows said she met the defendant first at a picnic at Culchclh, in 1889, that in the course of the following year he promised her marriage, aud as the result of their intimacy she iu 1891 became a mother. His promise of marriage was renewed subsequently, aud the wedding was fixed for March 4th, 1892, but within a day or two of that d...

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Mr John McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Mr John McFarlane. Tiiii Member for the Claronco has beon officially informed as follows : — Tho Minister for Works has grautod £20 for forming roal betwonn McNaughtan's and Law's from Eyans' bridgo towards tho river. Jii viow oi a report iroin tne Minister lor Works cannot comply with tho application for tbo construction of a jetty on tho South Arm at Brushgrovo. Tho Minister for Works has furnished a copy of local officers report respecting the reclamation of tho Evoriasiing swamp. In response to a petition from the residents of 'Uhnarra urging tho opening of road along Deep Crook, tho Minister for Lauds states that tho rjj'd in question was opouod four years ago, ft'lion it immediately camo under tho control of the Munici''-'- Counoil and tho question of tho romoval of fenoJ? w|l baY0 to ba enforced by ;he. O.OVWQ.U. : .

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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Departures. Kallatina (s), 6S0 tons. Captain Johu ? Magoo, for Syduoy, March 1C— Mesdaines Camior, Eathor, Honson, Brockonridgo ; Misses Shipway, Sainuols, Best, Stanborough, Cook, Houson, Steol, McLachlan, Johnson ; Dr. Atocb, Messrs. Ship way, L. Evoringham, O. Evoring '? ham, 'W. Fesq, 'W. Daltou, Anderson, Honsou, Pago, A. Caddol, Camior, W. Adams. Grogg, W. S. Boddy. Robinson, Sheridan: and 10 in tho eccond cabin. Lo£t Maclean at 11. lu and crossed ont tho saino aftornoon. Arrivals. City ov Ghafton (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Sydnoy, March 15.— Mesdames Brown, Jurd, Taylor ; Misses Marsholl, Capo ; Messrs, G. Wickham, J. Wickham, T. V. Close, A. Williamson, F. Hollands, E. Duncan, Tay lor, A. Lyons, E. 'Williams, J. Dunchar, A. Brown, A. Jurd, G. C, Cox, H. Waddington.H. TVerdorson ; Mastor Leo, Cox, Taylor ; and 0 in tho second cabin. Crossed the bar at 5.20, arrived at Maolean 7.35, and left; again at t).8O. Miscellaneous, The exports by the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Shipping Notice, ^EDUCED FARES. REDUCED PARES The FnBfc and Regular Paasenger Steamer item gg^. MenziE Loarea CHATSWORTH EVERY MORNING foi GRAFTON, via South Arm, excopting Thurs day when she runs up the Main River Loa'vea GRAFTON EVERY AFTERNOON at half-past 2. fa'kTes- Chatsworth ? 2a Gd Return 3a 6d Macleaa ? ? ? 2a „ 33 Lawrence ? la 6d „ 2b 6d Bruahgrove & Ulmnrra...la „ 1b 6d GEORGE SHORE, London House, Grafton, and All Nations' Store, South Grafton. NORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY (LIMITED.) s.s. oity of OrRAFToar, CAFfAIN D, ANTHON, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF _a Jhxik T0N evory TUSSI)AY NIGHT at 9 {*$*$jy^^o'clnok; and LEAVES GRAFTON MsseK^rFOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at 6 o'olook. S.S. 3SALLATOTA, Captain John Magee, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'olook; and LEAVES GRAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Looal Manager. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, River-street, MACLEAN, AUCTION...

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Religious Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E,A. SABBATii- March 20.— Maclean 11, Chats worth 3.— IU-v. D. Maclnnos. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. Suxday, March 20.— ju.^clean 11, Palmor's Island 3, Harwood 7.— Eov. J. .s- Scott. Church of England. Stoday, March 20. — Maoloan 11 (n.o.), Palmov's Island 3, Angowrio 7.30, Yamba 11 (Lay Holpor). Wednesday 23. — Mr. Essex's 3.— Eov. J. W. Upjohn. Roman Catholic Church. Sunday, March 20. — Mass : Shark Creek 9 ; Maclean 11. — Eov. Fathor Eioly. Sunday, March 20. — Mass: Iluka 11. — Eov. Father Eeade. Wesleyan Church, Sunday, 'March 20. — Maolean 11 and 7.30, Tyndale 3. Thursday — Palmer's Channel 7,30. — Eev. G. H. Barrett. Salvation Army. Sunday. — Maclean: Kneodnll 7, Holiness, 11. Free and Easy 3, Salvation Mooting 7.30. — Miss Sarah Eowo, Captain ; Miss Isabella Blacklaw. Can a crack(cd) scull(cr) bo roferrod to as a manaic 'I Soino ckoico huiguugo lot looso on tho wharf last Wodnesday ovoning. Unfortunatoly tho pohco woro absont. Th...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Commercial. Mr. W. J. Hawthorno reports selling on Sat urday last a draft of store pigs at prices rang ing from 7s 6d to 20s 6d. Tomorrow he win submit a draft of dairy cattle at Tully's yards. Sixty head of draught horses wero recontly forwarded from Dyraaba, Eichinond Eivor, to Sydney. Maclean current prices : Dairy buttor 5d, factory Sd per lb ; oggs lOd per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s 6d por pair. Henry Priestly wired last night :— Maize 2s 7d to 2s 9d. Pigs, 5d. John See & Co. wired last night :— Prime dry yellow maize 2s 9d. Soft, heated and mouldy ; heavy stocks aro offering at 2s to 2s Gd, with very little domand. Pigs, scarce, at ?Id to 5d. Tho South Coast and Wost Camden Coopera tive Company, Limited : — Butter, creamery, 8-id to 9d ; factory, 8d to 8id ; dairy, 7d to 8d Bacon, hand-oured, 7d to 7{.d ; hams, hand cured, 8M to 9d ; lard, 3M to 5d ; honey, 2d to 2£d; hides, 2-M to 4d; maize, 3s to 3s 2d. fowls Is to 3s'; ducks, Is 6d to 2s 6d ; geese 3...

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Partial Paralysis and Acute Indigestion. AN ASTOUNDING AND MIRACULOUS CURE BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Partial Paralysis and Acute Indigestion. AN ASTOUNDING AND MIRACULOUS CURE BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. The following is an absolutely true and concise account of tho astounding cure of a well-known jockey, Mr. T. Lampard of 15 Fisher-atreot, Adolaido (S.A.) from acute chronic indigestion and parcial paralysis through tho uao of a few boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Pooplo. To trainera ana joclceys especially, ana to the general public as well, this narrativo will prove of astounding benefit and interost: — 'I have been a sufferer for years,' said Mr, Lampard during tho interview, ''with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries received accidentally from horses. A horse threw me heavily when I was about 16 years of ago and I lay unconscious for six hours. I was carried homo to where I was then living at East Wellington, South Australia, and for days after waa totally unable to rnovo. I was again badly injured when riding the horse 'New Babylon,' on the o...

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WRITTEN IN THE OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

WRITTEN IN THE OPEN. Wordsworth used to -write as much in the open air as in his study, but he never equalled, or wished to equal drunken Jack Mitford, who wrote it book in the open air without ever sleep ing under a roof, while engaged on it. .lack, the younger son of a younger bou, was of the Saxon family of Mitford, of Mitford, North umberland, flu hail served as an oDlcer in the navy under Hood and Nelson, and, on leaving the servieu soon ran through all his money in dissipation in London. His lore of drink brought him very low, though he was a fair ?classical scholar, and could write pretty well at times. lie was once engaged by a publisher to write a tale called ' Johany Newcome in the Navy,' and he mil to be. allowed only one shil ling a day till it was finished. It look him forty-three days, mid all the time he lived and slept in Bayswater Fields in tho open air 1 He washed himself and hin linen, when necessary, in a pond, aud lived off a raw onion and two pennyworth of brea...

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Lucerne Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Lucerne Growing. In connection with thia subject Mr. A. Ross, of Palmer's Island, Clarence River, writes to the Agricultural Gazstte ' Observing comments in your issue for December he lucerne-growing on unsuitable land, and for tho informatton of your correspondent Branxton, I, by experience or iucern°, may point out that lucurno is not ao particular as to what the soil is as it ia as to what ia in it. Who.i young its roots fibres aro very sensitive. And for your correspondent's purpoBe to grow lucerne for fodder, his plan to ensure success is to follow for a few months — that is, plough his land — and, if thero are dips or long hollows, he ahould, if possible, level with the earth-scoop. Tho ground must be kept from oven allowing any growth on its surface for at least throe months, although during tho the time it is bettei not to plough it but simply going over and crossing with the diac harrow oneo a wook, followed by light-tooth harrows ; and, when his ground is quite clean, plou...

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BOTH NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

BOTH NEEDED. A Scottish clergymau, on coming into church oue Sunday, f'ou.id the pulpit occupied by the parish idiot. The authorities bad been unable to remove him without more violence than was seemly, ana tntrerore waitea tor cue mimsccr to dispossess Tarn of- the place he had assumed. ' Come down, sir, immediatelyi'. was the per emptory aud indignant call ; aud on Tain being unmoved, it was repeated with still greater energy. Tarn, however, very confidentially re plied, looking down trom bis elevation, ' Na, na, minister ! just you come up wi' inc. This is a perverse generation, and, faith ! they need us baith.'

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A Lesson for the Weak. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

A Lesson for the- Weak. Do you flue Mint locomotivo ongine standing on tho 8ide-tfi.ok ? Something has broken down about it. There is not a hiss of oteam from its valvoa ; it ia and cold aa u (lend whilo on a boneh ; it oau't draw a train ; it can't even move itaelf. Now, tell me, do you believo that any atnouat of tinkering and hammcriuL' at it would mnlcu it co ? Not n bit Nothing on earth will mak« it go exoapt steam iu tho boilsr, aud eveu that won't unleso the engine ia in order. Everybody leuowa tint, you any. Do they ? Thon why don't they act on this principle in every case where it applies? Here is such a caae. Writing concerning hia wife, a gontlomau aaya : 'Iu the Autumn of 1880 my wife fell into a low, despondiug atate through family beroavement. tier appetite was poor, and no food, however light, agreed with her. Alter catiug she had pains and tightness at tho chest, and n Bense of fullness as if swollen aruund the waist. She waa much troubled with flatulence, and had pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Never Felt Better ! A Lot of Medicine AH to No Purpose. t But ?:?'?;'; CLEMENTS ^ TONIG ; Scores. Mr. W. H. Peteaon, Elgin-street. West Maitland, New South Wales, writes on August 11th, 1896 :— I am pleased to say something ;,in praise of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills. I frequently had pains in my stomach, caused by indigestion. I took a lot of medicine, all to -uo purpose. Reading one of your advertisements, I decided to give Clements Tonic, a trial, and bought two large bottles and one box of Dr. Fletcher's Pills, ann followed tho directions and soon felt better. It is now over six months since I feit any pain, I can eat without any inconvenience and never felt better in my life — Yours, etc., W. H. PETERSON. Minerva Tonic ia the greatest restorative known to modern Boienoe Mr. W. H. Cole, late headmauter of Petersham C. of E. Sohool, says : 'It is a grand Tonic. I have taken four bottles and feel ten yeara younger ; my appetite is good, my nervea are Btrong, I Bleep aoundly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

.???-? ? Special Notices. ? ORP ETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. A. HALL & COMPANY. -HALL'S FURNISH moreEOUSES in one week than any other furniture dealers do in one month — a ? . very safe guarantee of the oxoellont finish of HALL'S Goode, and their LOW PRICES. ' HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Tastefully uphohtorod in rich Silk TapeBtry, and PluBh Borders, Settee, Pair Arms Chairs, and 4 Carved Small Chaira, 5 GUINEAS. HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, covered in good serviceable Maroon Skins. Large Couoh, Pair Easy Chairs, and G Padded-back Small Chairs, 9 GUINEAS. HALL's POLISHED WALNUT COLOUR BED ROOM SUITE, Wardrobe, with Bevel Glass Door, Pair Duchess Toilet Tables. Bevel Glass, 2 Cane Chairs and Towel Rail. 9 HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Pull tize, Double Wire Mat tress, good Top Mattress, with Bolster and 2 Pillows, £3 15s. HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW GO BEDROOM SUITES, from G guineas to 50 guineas. HALL'S HAVE ON NIEW 50 DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas....

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