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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Exhibition Notices. f OWER CLARENCE AGRICULTURAL U SOCIETY. Annual Show, Tuesday and, 'Wednesday1, 5tb and 6ta April, (^ AT MACLEAN, ?^a ; ^'Entries Close at 8 p.m. on WEDNESDAY,' 30th MARCH. ^ Amendments ta Schedule. Condit.iona in Hackney classes to read as followB : — Haokney. gaining prize in elnsa 42 not to be. awarded priza in Classes 43 or 44, and Hackney gaining prizs in C1jb3 43 not to be awarded prize in Class 44 The last clause of conditions in Horse Section to the effect that, the same animal cannot be enfceTed in two or more Clarasa irf cancelled Class 62 to read Bull 3vrs and over 62a added, Bull, 2yre and under 3yrs 65 to read Cow, three years and over with out oalE 65a added, Cow, 2yrs and under 3yra without calf 67 to read Bull 3yra and over 67a added, Bull 2-im and under 3yra 70 to reid, Cow 3yra and over without calf, 70a added, Cow 2yra and under 3yra without calf 72 to road. Bull 3yrs and over 72a added, Bull 2yra aud under 3yrs 75 to read, Cow 3yra and over wit...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maclean Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Maclean Hospital. Silt, — I havo noticed for some time past the high-handed way in which the committee of the Maclean hospital have been proceeding. You havo ventilated tho whole thing pretty fully, bnt as I am one who ought to know something about tho working of such an institution, I hono I will not hn nrmrnn.p.hinn- hnn mnnli nn your space in saying a fow words about it. I havo come in contact with a great many people and I can say truthfully that 1 have not met with one person who has approved of tho com mittee's action in excluding tho press from thoir moeting3. Ou the contrary, that action is boing condemned on all sides by the thinking people. Just imagiue the idea of getting a roport from tho secretary ! Ho must report favourably of his masters. Under such circum stances, what can a, subscriber— and especially thoso living some distance away — know of. what is being done in connection with the hospital. Just what is picked out for publication by tho secretary. 'What a farco ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ulmarra Pony Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Ulmarra Pooy Races. The following weights have been declared by Mr. John M'Mahon for tho above meeting oil Saturday noxt :— Opening Handicap, 15 hands— Caloola 93b, Sultana 8-12, Khama 8-G, Kerruah 8-5, Rowdy 8-2, Tiger 7-12, Cornet 7-4. Clotho 7. ruah 9, Acmena 8-10, Wild Rose 7-12, Irene 7-10, Premier 7-10, Nada 7-7, Amber 7 5, Moral 7-2, Velverina 7, Wild Flower 7. Factory Handicap, 14 hands— Flattery 9-1 2 Broncho 7- 13, Sailor B-jy 7-5, Now Churn 7-5 Thelma 7-3, Mystic 7. Convention Handicap, 15 hands — Caloola 9-2, Sultana 8-12, Khama 8-6, Rowdy 8-3, Kerruah 8-3, Acmena 8, Tiger 7-9, Cornet 7-5, Wild Rose 7-3, Irene 7-1, Clotho 7. Farawell Handicap, 14-2 hands— Portia, Amber, Native, Acmena, Wild Flower, Flattery, Premier, Wilt) Rose and Moral. Weights de clared on course. All winners to carry olba penalty.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Mou's Balmorals, solid wear, only 4s lid atH, E. Frape's.— Adv. Heed not tho exhortatious Of tho ' cheap Jack' crew, Inspect P. Conlon's importations Of articles fresh and new. —Adv. ' No fit no monoy' is the game played at Molntyre's. — Adv. Splendid assortment of uoaps, all prices, at MoKinnou'8 L, 0. Phannaoy.— Adv.

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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

General Sporting. In a heat of tho Rowing Club single bcuIIs event on Saturday afternoon ;J. 'Brown' beat P. Fiape. The Ulmsirra footballers propose to be early in tho field. A meeting is called for to-night to re-onen tho club. Lawrence defeated Mncloan on tho formor'a wicket on S:\turday by 38. Tho visitors wore without; tho services of Brownlie, R. Till, and Donnelly, as bowlors, whilo Harrison's under hand bowling was too much for their batsmon, 9 of whom succumbed to him for 12 runs, Law rence 62— Rcdfern 21, Hardukor 10, English 8, McLaren 2, Balo 5, Franks 0, Clark* 3, Weller 0, Whoftton 3, Hurrison 5 (n.o.), Watson, 0, sundries 5. A. North took ono wioket for 11 runs, F McLiren 0 for 13, Modoalfe 0 for 3, \V. Till 0 for 4, McKionon 5 for 14, Gore .4 for 12. uiaciean— iYiiUv mnon -1, iNorth U, btore 2, Till 0, Dowling 2, Medcalfe 0, Lysaght 11, F. McLaren 0, Fogarty 1. W. McKinnon 0,J. McLacUlan nob out 0, sundries 4. Redfurn 1 wickot for 9 runs, Harrison 9 for 12. Thosccretf...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

'? [187G— ESTABLISHED 22 VEAES ? 1898]. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. K?*POSSESSES THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE 03? .. ANY PUBLICATION ? ? A On SUBSCRIPTION : JL^5)b PER YEAR (if puid in advance) ?

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Sliippiag Notice. ? ^bduoed~fabbs7~''kbductd fakes, -a Tho Fast and Regular PaaBODeer Steamer *en8e £& MeKenzie Le»Te»OHATSWOUTH EVERY MORNING for A PRAFTON via South Arm, excepting Thura ? hYv when she iuoa up the Main River : ? £veo GRAFION EVERY AFTERNOON at half-pant 2, pAias- -f Chatawortb ? *-6d Re^n 33 6d [ Mwleaa ? ? ? f ' £ d Lawrence ? lB ba ' f £} H Brnabgrovo & Ulmarra...ls „ la 6d U GEORGE SHORE, London House, Grafton, and All Nations' Store, South Grafton. W ^OBTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION - H COMPANY (LIMITED.) T S.S. CITY O3M3-P.AFTON, Captain D. Anthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF 'V \ja TON every TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 o ^SO^s o'clock ; and LEAVES GRAFTON | ^^^TfOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY | MORNING at 6 o'clock. ? | S.S. 3SALLAT2NA, Jj Captain Johs Mao be, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES c GRAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY L MORNING, at 6 o'clock. m SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. ul Auctioneers and Commission Agents. ? ? ? I ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Commercial. THE shipment of Clarence River butter by the Orizaba realised 102s in London. The market had a downward tendency. John McFarlane 'wired last night : — Maize prime, 2s 3d, market heavily supplied. ? McLachlan and Company report a largo attendance at the sale of Mrs. Beale's furniture and effects at Harwood on Saturday. Good prices ruled throughout. . BrushgroveDairy Company paid suppliers 2Jd per gallon on a 3*6 test for February. The average test for the month was 3.4, average daily supply 740gls. Tho average test last week was 3.9. ?Maclean curront price3: Dairy butter od, factory 9d por lb ; eggs lOd per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s 6d per pair. Our Sydney correspondent wired last night: — Bacon— 6d to 7^d per lb. French Beans — 2s to 2s 6d per bushel ; broad, Is. Bananas — 6d to 3s per bunch. Beeswax — Is per lb. Bran — 7d per bushel. Butter — Creamery 9d, factory 8d to 8M, dairy 7d per lb. Cabbages — Is to 3s 6d per dozen. Ououmbers — 6d to Is Gd per do...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Shipping Intelligence, Departures. City of Ghafton (s), S25 tons, Captain D. Anthon, for Sydney, March 10. — Misses Dono ' hue, Dickson, Howitt ; Messrs. Hewitt, Levy, . D. Gillies, Williamson ; Master Dickson, and 5 in second cabin. Loft Maclean at 12.15, and crossed out tho samo afternoon at 2.50. Arrivals. Kallatina (b), 680 tons, Captain John Oreer, Maplestono, Dean, Sommeryille, Butler, Maurice, Simpson, Watson ; Misses Percy, Preston, Ledger, George, Dean, Sponcor, Jack son, Anderson; Messrs. John See, M.P., E. Oreer, 0. Moline, J. B. Seggons, T. J. Aldcorn, ?W. Forbes. J. E. (Jhant, L. Addolt, B. Wilson, E. J. Maplestone, T. D'Arcy Burke, P. M. Elsebach, A. Isbestor, W. Butt, T. Halliday, A. Mitton, T. Wilshira ; Masters. Butler, Elsobach, Mapleston, Simpson, and 4 in second cabin. Grossed the bar at 6 a.m, and arrived at Maclean ft n..m n.nrl Inff nrmin nf 0 30. Misoellaneous. The Macleay crossed in on Saturday and out again on Sunday. British Admirality prepared for any con...

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Cablegrams. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Saturday. Two Frenchmen wero arrested at Mete (in Alsace-Lorraine) on a charge of espionage in connection with a strong German fortress there. Several compromising papers were found upon the accused. At a banquet in London in honor of St ratrick s Day, Mr. John Uillou expressed his conviction that the existing poaco in Ireland was only the prelude to a political thunder storm. Owing to the American good feeling towards Great Britain, Sir Julian Puuncefooto is press ing aschemo for international arbitration. Tho Paris Temps states that the French naval mobalisation was an experiment to ascertain the time required to provision the northern squadron. The Foreign Committee of tho United States reports that if England is not openly fomenting the destruction of the Hawaiian Republic, her agents are kept near in the event of a pretext arising. j.uo opuuisu luijjuuu nouiu wmcu recenuv ieit Cadiz for Cuba has been instructed to remain at the Canary Islands. The Standard r...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. In the match England v. South Australia, the former in tho first innings mado 222 — Wainright 9, Mason 9, Hayward 5, Storer 32, Druco 8, Eanji 40, Board 59, Richardson 4, Hoarno, n.o. 4, Stoddart 40, Hirst 7. Mr. Curruthors urgos tho acceptitnco by tho pooplo of [his colony of tho CoramonwoaltU Bill. Tho managors of tho South Coast collieries etato that in tho event of tho coal weighing regulations being onforcod, tho mines will be shut down. Mr. McMillan, M.P., has been ordered to tako a six months' rest. Ho will probably bo absent from the colony during tho general oloction. His Burwood constituents yesternight rosolvod to mako every effort to secure his return to Parliament. Tho Premior will shortly address tho doctors of the King Division, and probably outline his attitude towards tho Commonwealth Bill. It is now believed that tho Victorian Government will recommend tho Federal Uonstitution to tne acceptance oi the electors. Mr' Haynos, M.P., loader ...

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L. C. Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

L. O. Agricultural Society. A meeting of tho gonoral committeo of tho abovo Society was hold ou Saturday afternoon. Present— Mossra. D. Soo (in tho chair), C*. Raynor, D. Shoaror, P. McLachlan, X. A.' Powoll, 0. Fiirlow, T. F. Byan, A. H, Garven' P Walkor, J. McMillan, J. M. Kolly, E. Waugh J. Macnaughton, A. M'Donald, Dugald jti.M.vui.'iiciiu, ixi ^uuuiouui turn u, AWLuijacnian (docrotary). Au upology for non-attondnnco was rocoived from Mr. H. Lysaght. Mr. D. T. Burt wrote rosigninghis position on tho poinmittoe), owing to a dopnrtmontal rogu lation prohibiting poisons who outorod into contracts wiih the uoznmittoo of any Statouub sidisod institution from being members of such, committeo. As ho wus a contractor for job printing, ho could not, in viow of this rogu. lation, continni! to hold a soat on the committee. Tho resignation was accepted and tho socrotary was instructed to thank Mr. Burt for his past services. Mr. John McLeod was oloctod to tho vacancy, and at a lator stage w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Dancing Pumps from Is Od, at H. E. Frape's, — Adv. You cannot go wrong for a suit at Mclntyre's —Adv. Subscribe to the Advocate Consistency and 'airness combined. Fresh stock of perfumes just arrived, from Gd lpwards at MoKinnon's L.C. Pharmaoy, — Adv. Send your orders for Job Printing to the iDYOCATE Offioe. Superior work and low rates,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

(Ef1 Arrangements are being made to tender a benefit social to Mr, M, O'Connor, the Irish piper, at Shark Creek, on Friday night next. Mr Gallagher will run the Maggie; to corvyey

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Our Graftoa Letter. The Cow Question. — The irroprosBiblo cow question, like ovory other nuisance, dies hard. Tho 'slaughter of the innocents' at tho IoceI temple of justice this week led to tho whole of view. Quito a number hold with Mr. Doncildson on tho point taken by him in a case whoroin he was charged with suffering a horso to stray on tho public stroots. Mr. Donaldson ? admitted tho straying but contendod that inas much as ho had alroady boeu punishod to tho oxtont of paying pound foes ho could not bo mado to suffor again for tho samo oilonco. Ho pleaded that for j. man to bo punishod twice in rospocfc to the samo offonce was contrary to tho basis of British justice and law, and if tho benoh wero to decide against him ho would tako an oarly opportunity of bringing tho matter before tho Full Court. Tho bonch did docido against him, however, and defendant was granted a stay of proceedings for throo days to consider the question o£ stating a oaso for a higher trib unal. It is sc...

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Deaths in Maclean. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Deaths in Maclean. AN Indian namod Jo Allah, a laborer, flgod 40 years, died in Maclean Hospital on Sunday morning from consumption. On Sunday an infant daughter of Mr. Jamos Delaney, of Angowrio, diod at Maclean, from exhaustion, resulting from jaundico and donti tion. Tho body of Patrick Manning, who wan drownod off thn Rfnmnnr Pni'snvnranco noar Harwood on Thursday, iloatod on Sunday and was rocovorod and convoyod to Macloan. Dragging for tho body had boon continued assiduously by Coustablo Lynch and Messrs. II. and C. Bushnoll, II. Carolan, J. Fawcett, A. Taylor, B. Gard, D. Nicholson and others, but without success. Tho coroner, Mr. D. Soo, having vie-wod tho body, gavo pormisaion for its interinont, and it was convoyod to Grafton for burial on Monday morning. An inquiry was oponod by the coronor, and ovidonce as to tho finding of the body givon. The inquiry was then adiournod till to-day Tuesday.

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Local Notes and News. Moke doaths. Maizo down. Inquiry to-day. Inquiry yostorday. Coraki Show this weok. Boost-robbors on the job. Moro ' poots' blossoming. An alion buried last Sunday. Weather changed on Sunday. Social at Shark Crook Friday. Now Convout noaring completion. Two doaths in Maclean on Sunday. Liboral athlotic programme at Yamba on Easter Monday. Tho tug-o'-war throatons to be ono in real earnest. Hold ovor — A poom ontitled 'Atrip to tho Beach,' by ' Bobby Snrub.' Mr. D. Howoll, postmaster, has boon ap pointed assistant oloctoral registrar at Yamba. Tullymorgan butter factory treated 3434gls of milk last month. Tho Casino District Court on Monday only lasted 20 minutes— a rocord for that town. Somo people aro so prejudiced that thoy will try and mako blaok appear white. At Singleton last weok Father Meagher was presented with a purso of 105 sovereigns. Eattlo his bones over tho stones, lie's onlv a Hindoo whom nobody owns. A couplo of 'fowl' pilforers narrowly es capod...

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Druid's Gala. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Druid's Gala, InE secretary of tho United Association of Druids in Victorta announces in our business columns the 29ch Gala and Art Union, to take place at tho Hibernian Hall, Melbourne, on April 23rd. Thorn aro 125 prizes offered, at a t3tai value of A10UU, tho nrat prize Doing a Goldon Druid the actual cash value of whith iB guaranteed to bo £1000. The tickets are Is each, or 11 tickets 10d or 22 tickets for £1. Tho profits aro to bo divided amongst charities as heretofore. Thoro being no1 office in Sydney this year tho public are invited to send direct to the agent, Mr. J. J. Bronrn, Melbourne, for tickets.

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Maclean Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

Maclean Police Court. Ox Thursday, boforo tho P.M. Police v. A. Boyd— Occupying Croxrn lands. This case had beou postponed from a previous Court, to allow tho doiondant to romove the obstructions from tho road. Ho having now done so, tho caso was struck oui. In tho Small Dobts Court, Jaine3 Gallagher, son, sued M. M-itcholl tor £2 lbs, repairs to im plements. Verdict for plaintiff for £2 15s, with 11s costs and 5s witness' expenses. An Electoral Eovision Court was held and two new names added to the roll. A hotel booth liconse was granted to Levi Daniels for a booth at the Maclean Show on April 5th and 6th. On Friday, before Messrs. D- See and J. A. S. Murray, J's.P. Froderick Fiddiman and Henry Wrine wero charged with assaulting Charles Peoples on the previous night. Wrine pleaded not guilty and was discharged. Fiddiman pleaded guilty and wus fined £2 or 21 days' imprisonment. On a second charge of U6ing indecent languago in tho charge room of the Police station, Fiddiman pleaded g...

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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898

St. Patrick's Day Sports. The attendance at these sports was not as largo as at the gathering of last year. The takings at tho gate amounted to £45, which roprosonts a couplo of hundred less pooplo than tho tak ings last year. Tho accounts havo not yet boon balanced, but wo aro informed that tho nett financial results aro equal to thoso of last 3Tear, so that tho diminished attondanco did not do tract from tho success of tho gathoriug. Tho Consolation raco (prizes £1 and 5s) was won by E. McMahon, scr ; J. Pago, 8yds, 2nd, Theio wore seven starters. J. Fairbairu won the boys' woodchopping contest, tho prize boing 10s, Lurlino Hann, who appropriated several other dancing prizes, also won the Sailor's Hornpipe, Joseph Hinchey,not F, McDonald as reported in last issue, was Becond in throwing the 121b hammer. In tho vjting for tho best looking lady and gentleman on tho ground, Miss Anderson, of Angowrio, won tho ladies, prize with /4 votes, Miss Corcoran, of Murrayvillo, boing second wi...

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