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Tile Commonwealth Bill. Amendments made by the Convention. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

The Commonwealth Bill. Amendments made by the Convention. The draft Commonwealth Bill has at last beon fully revinod and formally roportod. It was framed at Adolaido Convontiou, and recon sidered at Sydney, and it has boon finally amen ded in Molboiuuo. This wook tho Convention, which was oloetod in March of last year, com plotod itn labor.-). All that romaina to bo dono is o Kiihrni!', thn Hill l:o ;i. vnto of Min nlnnf.nra tn* adoption or rojoction. It is understood that the proniiors of tho difioront colonies havo docidod that tho Bill shall bo submitted to tho electors of all tho colonies simultaneously. The vote will probably bo taken about tho middle of May, Tho prociso dato has yot to bo fixod. Many important amondmouts havo boen mado m tho bill by tho Molbourne sossion of tho Con vontion. In :i I.irgo number of clauses no amendments woro mado. Tho first important amendment is in clause 4j. This deals with the qualification of members of bota Houses. According to tho Adolaido...

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

[187C— ESTABLISHED 22 YEA.I1S — 1898]. PUBUSIUiD TUJiSDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ^POSSESS]iSTIrJ]ijJAir(J!]iST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION SUBSCRIPTION : i A S PER YEAR (if paid in advance) ? -«».«— .iwr

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

Lower *£ outhgate. Farmers' U.vios.- Tho local branch met on Saturday, tho president (Mr, T. Soe) in the chair. Several communications woro received. Mr. Zuill (delogate) gave a resume of the business douo at tho Council mooting that day at Brush grove. Tho prospectuses of tho Fruitgrowers' and South floash ^oirmn.nin« \Tro,-r- ^'nUr. /j,'™ ? , ? ? ? A ? -.--j»j ..w*u jLiAJ^y UlOUUoOtJU audopiuious seeinou to be oqually divided ro' gardiug thorn. It was decided to call a special general mooting of our branch to discuss tho prospoctuses, eo as to givo tho whole of tho mombors on opportunity of considering tho advisability or otherwiso co-operating with either of those companies. The sum of -js 6d was voted for delogato's expenses. It was resolved that for tho future meetings bo held in the produce shod, and Messrs. ^uiil and Short wero authorised to procure furniture and light ing to make it suitable for meetings, Mr. Northcott announced that he proposed' calling a public rnoetiug of...

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

Fa-cts and Rumours. Try tho Advocate for job printing. Satis faction guarautocd. Eor Salo— Oatou Ohaii, 2s 9d bag. E. Bishop M'acloan. — Adv. Subscribo to tho Advocate — tho animatod journal of tho Claronco. For Salo — 21 foot Dealing Boat. E. Bishop, Maclean. — Adv. lloadtho Advocate. Tho only live paper circulating in thy Ularonco olectorato. Eoad tho Advocate and you -will like it This journal has a backbone Tho Advocate's Job Printing Dopartmen. is tho most comploto on uho North Coast. Send along your orders. Splendid assortment of soaps, all prices,' at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. Subscribo to tho Advocate Consistency and fairness combined. Fresh stock of perfumes just arrivod, from 6d upwards at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy, — Adv. Send your orders for Job Printing to the Advocate Office. Suporior work and low rates. Visitors to Maclean, call and see the stock of perfumes, soaps, &c, at McKinnon'sL. 0. Phar macy, Bodon's buildings. — Adv. Mr. W. E. Isaacs, J. P., ha...

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JUSTICE BLOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

JUSTICE BLOCKED. 'AH I demand for my client,' shouted the attorney, in the voice of a man who was paid for it, ' is justice I' 'I am very sorry I can't accommodate you,' replied the judge, '* but the law won't allow me to give him more than fourteen years.'

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

How True. As one and another of tho old residents of those early bush towns drop away tho sconos of their pioneering labours, wo aro lod to contrast tho lives of theso immigrants of tho oldon timo with tho condition of lifo undor which the bushman of to-day exists, and ono can scarcely say that, in that rospect timo has wrought any groat improvement. No doubt tho nioaus of communication aro choapor, more rapid, and moro 'convenient ; tho bushman's faro is perhaps slightly moro varied, and his lifo less liko that of a lonely anchorito, dwelling in tho solicitudes of a primeval forest, but they aro no longor tho high rato of wages, tho certainty of employment and the poculiar feeliug of independence which characterised tho bushman of forty years ngo. The causowe do not seek to iind, but it certainly appears to us that tho condition of tho country labourer of to-day is fast approaching that of ^9 country labourer of tho old laud,

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SWEET SUBURBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

IN SWEET SUBURBIA. No one who had sren pretty Isobel Wayn flete leave Laburnum Villa for her afternoon walk or on her way to church, wonl.l hiire believed her capable of of hating any creature, Br,at or small, which wn.i not a positive, danger driicHtoiv moulded futures, and in the irrr- f nibble eloquence, 'f her l.,*lvo..S M.««r.,«.S : thi-r.- wen, unmistakable evidences ol * sweet, , disposition, whilst her Unities*, though hy m- j means costly, dr,s, and her easy anil grncelul ; carriage, proclaimed her a Ldy. Nou-i . nf . these externals belied her, for in disposition; Isobel Waynlle.ta was one. «f the most charm- j inp of girls, ju*t .« in cdnc:,lion she wan ono Of the most «r.c.iimi-lish«d. | How it rnmc to pass (hat she lived in j Lannnmm Villa with only ?-'-- ''? McGregor as her housekeeper and Alice Freeman as maid in-onHniiTy whs one ot the mysteries which all of ,,),-? feiiii«iu« ingenuity of Mangold Drive failed to fathom Kve.rybody knew tliKt she was ?i ,nusic-r.'i.oho...

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Pacts and Rumours. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Facts and Rumours. Sui-ticiext for tho maizo is tho woovil thoroof. Dr. McKay, ono of tho oldest Sydney phy sicians, is doad ; agod 77. ' No fit no mouoy' is tho game played at rc.Tntvro's. — Adv. William Ashwin Corbott, ox-policeman, but now hotolkoopor at Billynudgo), Lismoro-Tweod lino, has iilodhis schodulo. Dancing Pumps from Is Gd, at H. E. Frape's. — Adv. Wuntod at onco — A fow tons of ' impar tiality,' a dozon yards of fairness and a cwt. or two of brains. You cannot go wrong for a suit at Mclntyre's —Adv. A Ladios' Oddfellows Lodge is established at Begu. a ' travollor on the timo payment system' as u ' most pornicious ono.' Groat rush on at Mclntyro's, Suits for the 17th of Irelund at onco. — Adv. Birmingham turas out every week 300.000,000 cut nails, 100,000,000 buttons, -1,000 miles of wiro of difl'oront sizes, five tons of hairpins, 500 tons of nuts, and 20,000 pairs oil spoctacles. Twonty yoars, expenonco m feydney natt Mclntyro, tho Pooplo's tailor. — Adv. Tho Gorman ...

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Local Notes and News, HAR-ro:rY. America nrming. Drowning fatality. Lord Salisbury ill. Murdoror Ousack suicided. Tho Lion aud American Eagle defy the world. Tho bonofit concert in aid of tho family of tho moro Suporior Public School, gavo noU proceeds of £20. Tho full programmo of tho E.E. Calodoaian Socioty's sports at Coraki will appear in Tuesday's issuo. A contribution from ' Southornito' has beon hold ovor and will appear in Tuesday's issuo. Tho polling for tho extraordinary vacancy ? in Lismoro Council resultod in the roturn of Mr. James Barrio, who polled 98 votes; Mr. Eagleden 87. Messrs, McLachlan and Company will sell a lurgu quuuiiiy ui oupouui uuusuuuiu ^uliixuuiu at the residonco of Mrs. Bealo, Harwood, to morrow (Saturday) at 2 o'clock. Mr. J. H. Munro will offer 70 head of dairy cattle and 20 horses at Mrs. Sneath's, Copman hurst, on tho 25th instant. A concert aud social will bo hold at Black's hall, Yamba, ut an early date in aid of the family of the lato William H...

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

Mororo. Social. — A very pleasant ovoning was spent at Mororo on Saturday night, tho 12th instant, when a social was hold, which was attended by about 30 couples. Tho proceeds of the enter tainment are to be devoted to the eroction of a bridge in tho locality. The floor was in splendid order, aud excellent, music was pro vided by JVlossrs. Kauny, Weston, Bale, and Fischer, while Mr. T. Power mado an efficient M.O. Near midnight tho company partook ot refreshments and then dispersed, having spent a most enjoyable evouing. Great praise is due to tho ladios who provided tho tompting odibles, and to tho gontlomon who took such° pains to' make the function a social and financial success.

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Facts and Fancies, [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Facts and Fancies, [BySilveii Coin.] 1 have not given the renders of the Advocate imy snnko yarns ot° late. Tlio urn-respondent, of u ''reptile contemporary' 1ms tnkon udvnutiijje of my remisanoss in this rtspect, :md in a rocout oontrilmtion to his paper, told a nmnhor of tiunsutionttl snivlcc wtovics. A ludy found a snuke iu her bed; another lady killed :v snako ; and ti third Hnako — who \va» probably n new i-uraoi' and did not know the enormity uf the oli'enuo ho was committing — attempted to invade the post oilice. Vulcan reports that he lias seen miiimbcr of snakes about the Advocate ofH-!e,but no as one oIho could catch sight of them, the impression iiuiong tho staff is that Vulcan ha? been out with the corres pondent above referred too. The snake season is drawing1 to a close, and the HUakes, iguanas, and other reptiles aro particularly active, prior to retiring' to obscurity for the winter. A couple of men wore out cutting timber in the buH.li last week, aud ouo day retired...

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

DBDSH&KOVB PONY RACES. Saturday, 2nd April, 1898. . Committee — J. Sweeney sen., P. Neale, D, Archer, J. J. Hough, G. Blunch, E. Svveeaey, T. Pat terson, J. Tliomson. First Lace— To atari at 12 o'clock; Opening Handicap, £5; 15 a.u. ;- 4 furlougB ; Entrance 7e0d Rockdalb Handicap, £4; 14.2 a.u.; 4 f urloDgs ; Entrance 6h Park Stakes, handicap, £4 ; 15 a.u. ; 4 furlongs ; Entrance Qa, For all horseB that never won a prize exoeeding 6 sovs. Br0shgrove Handicap, £7 ; 15 a.u. ; 6 furlongs; Entrance 10s Flying Handioip, £5; 14.2 a-u, ; 5 furlongB ; Entrance 7s 6d All ponies not holding Ulmarra certifioites must be passed by the committee before starting All nominations must be auoompanied by en trance fees ; no acceptance Mr P McMahon. will raoeive nominations at Grafton. Eutries close on the 25th - handicaps on che 29th Mr J MoMahon, handicapper M. HOUGH, Secretary. TpHOTOGRAPHY, PARISHSTUDIO. Messrn, GazapMl and Gooke, PHOTO ARTISTS, Have opened a Studio in R.i\'er-atreet, Macl...

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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

General Sporting. Pamieu's Inland defeated Angowrie in a cap match on Saturday. For South Sydnoy on Saturday F. H. Walters contributed 187 and carried his bat out. Captain Stoddart again off-iced himsslf by not taKingparl in the match, with Victoria. A pony nico meeting ia to bo held at BruBh grovo on April 2. Dr. Reid, who plays cricket for Central Cum berland, stands Cfi 8in in his socka. Giifdii'B brother Walter was in great form at Adelaide the other day, when he compiled 147. Trumblo must be congratulated on his fine score of 107. He lifted Victoria's first innings high above mediocrity. McLiren i3 tho socond batamah, and the first Englishman to compile 1000, runs in an Aus tralian season. Ranji comes third on the liBt. Ranji returns to Sydney to have his refrac tory throat attend to. Considering his thorax the Prince had been no dissappointment in Australia. The differences bolweon Mason and Hoarne's bowling in tliu firs! day's play was thnt the former bowled 30 ovors for 4 wi...

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Australian Rider at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Australian Rider at Home. One o£ tho beat riders that evor threw a log over a horse in Queensland ia said to have recently created a sensation in the hunting lield in England, where ho has boen staying e^er sirco 'the a\d man' let him have a run 'home to witness tho Jubilee celebrations. Tho young BsuvAiwlander over galloped thu -lo»s aud beiny splondidiy mounted, rodo down the fox, and as hu camo alongside, reversed his hnutiug crop and promptly brained Reynard, as neatly as he had despatched many a dingo with his Btirrup iron. In relating what followed tho young Australian expressed his supreme contempt for what ho c-iils 'parlor IiudMuk,' and gave it as his opinion that in a good thickly timbered country after a kangaroo or dingo the average swell of the shire would fao 'yery small potatoea and few ou n hill.'

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Maclean Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Maclean Rowing Olub. The heats of the singlejand double scull events under the auspices of the above club have been continued over soveral afternoons of the woek. Several of the heats wero well contested events and resulted in close finishes. Irons and Ross ^liHuuts; mm auy uittsy wiu over vjiaiKe anu Bowman (17secs). Donnelly and Folbigg (scr) failed to overhaul T, Sheather and F. Petrie (25et)£?.). This -was a splendid finish. Tho eoratc rmon camo up on the loaders rapidly to wards the finish, and were but three feet Jbehind them at tho post. A. Lyons and G. Petrio (12socs) defaated J. Brown and A. Cameron (17secs). As See and Logan did not pull, J. Itiley and J- McLachlan. (22secs) had a bye. In the second round, Lyons and G. Petrie were victorious over Sheather and F. Petrie. Riley and McLachlan forfeited to Irons and Roes. In the single sculls, J. Brown (25secs) won fromO.J. Olarks (27secs)*who fouled a buoy. G. Petrie proved too good for J. Irons, both with22socs. J. Donnelly ...

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Murrayville Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Murray ville Cricket Match. Sie,— Since my last rcmirk-j he the Obatsworth. Muirayville criuKet match, I seo that Chataworth has found another champion, or I might say the Club have put their heads together and se nt forth as pretty a little bit of language as I could expect under the circumstances. Now, Mr. Editor, I dont blaine them for it, tori as anyone .knows, that olnb is in the same position as a drowning rat hang in'- on to 11 straw. They have defeated a club or two it is true, and state that some of then- best men are sometimes away, but dont say whether any of the g°0(l mcU were away on the other side. iTou tnoV Mr. Editor what an interest is taken in the match for the Advocate Cup, and nothing is more natural than that the good players of these clubs (kuowing they only had Obatsworth to play) would not think it worth while to stay and would yo else where to see Cup matches, thereby allowing Ohats ivorth to sneak in with a win. I dunt know whether it is true or not, but I ...

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Our Graf to a Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Our GraftoQ Letter. Bowing Club Regatta.— The following aro tho handicaps allotted for tho singio arid double soulls in connection ? with, tho Grafton Rowing Club regatta on tho 2Gfch instant. Tho first divisions will bo rowed on Saturday next : — Single sculls -A. Gruor scratch, A. Lyons 24 seconds J. JJonnony im, 3. doo a-±, it. .uugiin .s,, 0 H. Parkor 27, J.Ross 32, H. Schaolror 32, R* Wickham. 40, E. Jjoadlo 42, 0. McDougall 45, S. A. Small SO, T. Pouroso 50, D. Gillios 5o| B.' McNomara 50, B. Boadlo 53, J. Gfiflin 63! J. Carolan 55, T. Brockonridgo 55, E. D. Stewart 55, A. Scott GO, A. E. Bonnett 70. Double Houlls— Gruer and Ross scratch, Soe and Roborts scratch, Donnelly and Irons i soconds, Sohaofler and Parker 5, Lyons and Petrio C, Dixon and Logan 7, Hynos and Boadle 8, McDougall and Garrott 17socs. Police OoirnT.- On Tuesday last beforo tho p Jkl. and Mr. Jacobs, J.I?., the 'following owners of stray stock were dealt with :— S. Oakos, R. Donaldson, J. McLean, S. Groon, G,...

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St. Patrick's Day Celebration Sports at Maclean. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

St. Patrick's Day Celebration Sporba cat Maclean. Yjmtekuav tho nun roso with all ita glory, and those who predicted lino weather for the '17th' were griuiiiud tn find that their prophecies had boeu fuJLillurf. lliu] 'Wrn!{E;e' bueu approiinhod mid nskud to sond better weather ho could not hiwo imnroved untm thut which Drevuilet yesterday. And tho fino weather cheored tho spirits of those who beliovo in recreuiion to drive dull care away. Tho streets of Maclean presented an animated iippe;avi,nce at an e;irly hour yesterdny, and nfter breakfast crowds of people wero parading along the footpaths— it would bo the height of sarcasm to ovon insinu fi.lo thiit thoy admired the ' sido walks of Mac lean.' But away with dull Municipal drivel while our pun is inspired to write upon the 1898 celebration of Iroland's Patron Saint. The crowds in Maclean were added to as each river steamer discharged her living freight. If tho animation and harmony that permeated the proceedings on tho Show Grou...

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Aborigines and Hindoos. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Aborigines and Hindoos. At ? a meeting of the Aborigines Protection Board recently it transpired that the Indian hawkers who infest the country were a demor alizing element amongst the female aboriginies at the various stations in the country. Additional eviuouuu wad iwau auuiucu ui tuu iBLrunsui £.&.. ercised over white women in the country dis tricts by these Hindoos. Several members of the Buard deprecated the practice of granting hawker's licenses to these people. Sir. See said they could not very well do anything as chose Indians were British subjects. Tho proper thing to do would be to get increased power over the aboriginels. He wondered if the aliens were in dread of the police. The Chairman said he did not know, but they stabbed a sar geaat of police to death, and the man who tried to save him was nearly killed. He had quite enough cause to make him feel alarmed by outrages committed by those people. Good old British subjects ! The Aborigines are also British subjec...

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Shark Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 March 1898

Shark Greek. Road. — Tho road loading to Mr, Hinchoy's is at presont under water, in some places to a depth of 12 inchos. A fow weeks ago tendors woro called for tho repairing of the road, but under present conditions, I think it will bo some time boforo tho work can bo proceoded with. Tho specifications show that tho material to bo usod will bo takon from tho quarry in the immediato vicinity of tho road. This kind of formation in of but littlo uso, as has been alroady proved. 'Woathor such as wo havo just ox perienced causos a groat rush of water across tho road. Constant traffic disturbs tho formation, and tho current of water swooping across washes it away, thus lowering tho road considerably on such occasions. Our Road Superintendent could only have the road ropairod as far as funds would allow, but the oxpendituro without having tho road motallod is only wasto of money. And if tho road bo motallod it will bo the choapost in tho long run, and tho residents will havo no roasou to...

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