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How to Help the Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898
How to Help the Local Paper You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local office your general printing ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute. The nowspaper man needs it, and it help3 him to pay his printer for sotting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your district. The time may come when a newspaper may live simply upon the revenue derived from subscriptions and advertisements, but no ordinary newspaper in any ordinary town can exist without auxiliary support derived from general printing. Therofore, if you want a good newspaper — ono that will still help your town and district — give all your printing to the C.R. Advocate, the only paper published in the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898
Mmerva Tonic Has the support of the boat people in the oommu nity, Leading medical men, analysts, and others high in the professional and business world, pronounce it quite imitablo. Among others . Very Rev. Dr, O'Haran, Secretary to his Eminence tho Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, writes : — 'I havo much pleasure in bearing testimony to tho value of Minerva Tonic, During the holding of tho Grand Australian Fair it wus much appreci ated hero by tho clergy and othors who foutd in moBt palatable and enorgiBing. Everyone who has had exporienoe of it pronounces it admirable. (Signed) Denis F, O'Haran, Minerva Digestive is a purely vegetable prepara tion of greatest possible value in all tronblea arising from imperfeot digestion, Minerva Liver Fills (pink) are the modern family aperient, Minerva Compound Iron Pilla (yellow) enrich the blood, and tone up the system. Minerva Little Nerve and Brain Pills (white) feed both brain and nerves to which they act aB a tonic. H. McKINNON, Agent, Mac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898
Minerva Tonic is the greatest restorative* known to modern science Mr, W. H. Cole, late headmaster of Petersham C. of E, School, says : 'It is a grand Tonic. I have taken four bottleB and feel ten years younger ; my appetite is good, my nerves are strong, I sleep soundly and feel better in every way.' Mr. Hart, F.R.M.S., Leoturer, Bendigo and Bal larat School ofMines, says : 'Whenever rua down I have recourse to Minerva Tonio, which invariably haa the desired effect. Many others write in a similar stain, Minerva Digestive is a purely vegetable prepara tion, consisting of a number of remedies which have a specific action upon ,the liver, stomach, and digestive organs.' Dr. H. C. Purcell, L.K., and Q.C.P.I., L.M, L.R, C.S.I., 13 Jameison-sfcreet, Sydney, says ; 'I have tried Minerva Digestive in five cases. , . . In every instance it has given me enf tire satisfaction. In one obstinate ease 0 indigeation accompanied by hiccugh and sick ness after eating, its action was specific. Miner...
My Sentiments Tew. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 March 1898
My Sentiments Tew. &nbsp; (BY SOUTHERNITE.) Since my last attempt to popularise your jour- nal among the harrystocracy of Maclean, I've been lying low, to see if any demand would be made for more of tho same. But as no demand has beon made, I decided to supply tho same before hand, and as I pick up somo curious in formation at times, I have littlo doubt that your epaco may aB well bo tilled by yours truly as by 'Clinking Cymbal.' Every day makes it more apparent that the good old 'keep it dark'1 brigade made the greatest mistake of their lives in deciding to ex clude the press from their meetings. Tho Lord only knows what induced them to adopt such a course, for,as was pointed out by the Advocate, if there is nothing to conceal, why this thus ness ? The action taken by that journal in the late dispute is highly spoken of by nine out of every ton porsonsone meets, and everyono is at a loss to understand tho bitterness expressed towards tho journal mentioned by tho majority of...
A WIFE'S STRATEGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
.... : ~j '.?-.,.' A WIFE'S STRATEGY. , ?.'.? The other evening as a muscular person v. a passing a house a lady who stood at the gate called out to him : — ' Sir, I appeal to you for protection !' 'What's the matter?' ho asked, as ho: i topped short. ' There's a man in the house, and be wouldn't go out of doors when I ordered him to, ' ' He wouldn't, i-h, ? We'll see about that ..' Thereupon tho man gave the woman his colit to hold aud suited into the bouse. He found a man at the supper-table, aud took him by thu neck and remarked :— ' Nice style of a bruto you are, eh ? Come out o' this, or I'll break every bone in your body ' The man fought, and it whe not until a chair bad l)i en broken uud the table upset that he was hauled out by the legs, aud givon a fling through thu gates. ' Now then, you brass-faced old tramp, you move on, or I'll linish you r ' Tramp ! Tramp 1 ' shouted the victim, us he got up. ' I'm no tramp ! I own this pro perty, and live in this house !' ' You do ?' ...
CURING CLAXTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
CURING CLAXTON. Ned Claxton wan the bully of tho works. A fair hand at his trade and Titular as the clock, ho had been promoted to the position of fore man in thu moulding-shop, vested with a little real and much imaginary authority. Ned hisd never been a favourite with any of the bands for a sourer or more tetchy mortal never drew wage at Cram-lea Works. His elevation made him intolerable. It was «, ninu ilnys' wonder «t the works that so gent'e a rise in tho industrial scale could have given any sane creature so in flated an idea of his own importance as tlmt which Claxton possessed after being raised to the position of foreman. He was one of those who believe tbat authority is meant to be exer cised, so was very prodigal in his use of such us lay in his hands. The 'prentice-boys abhorred bim, whilst the older men would have disdained to kick him. He was snappish and overbearing, without a thought save that of getting the work out of hand as quickly and cheaply us he could. And in...
THE QUESTION OF THE SEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
THE QUESTION OF SHE SEAL. Warreu, the disliuB-nshed lawyer and author, once nroduced a great sensation in court by his cxamiuftriou aud -;xposure of a false witness. Tha witness having been sworn, ho was asked if b'ehad seen the i^stator sign the wil), \-i which he promptly' 1 uswered he had. ' And did you sign it at his request, as subscribing witnBss ?' *' I Old. VV3S 1L huiwcu ,vihj lcu ul uiai.-. sealing-wax?' ?With red wax.' ' Did you see him sfl.il if'- with the red wax ?''. ' I did.' ' Where was '.be testator when he signed aud sealed this will?' 'In his bed/ 'Pray, how lung 'a piece of wax did he uso ?' 'About, three or foar inches long.' ' Who gave the tes lator this piece of wax ?' 'I did.' 'Where did yougetit'r1' '.From the drawer of his desk.' ' How did he light that pit ce of wax?')r ' With * caudle,' 'Where did that piece of caudle come from ?' ' I got it out of the cup board in his room.' 'How long was tbat. piece of caudle ?' 'Perhaps four or five inches.' '? Who lit...
THEN AND NOW. 1795. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
THEN AND NOW. 1795. A drowsy drone.;: . A garden sweet, .. ?? And, oil alone, .''?'?? ' In kirtle, neat, . . : So deft and prim. To guide the reel With sunshino in her dove-like eyes. The maid i'riscilla daily plies : .'.-'. '?',?? Her wheel. '? '? .' '??? '.' ' :'.' ??.:? .1895.' ' ' ? ? . '? ; A.- noisy street, . - ?:? ? , Or lane or park, . Where cyclists meet, By day or dark ; : In bloomers clad, Fiom head to heel, And resolution in her eyes, The modern maiden deftly plies, r Her wheel. ?
WITH ONE ARM. BUFFALO BILL'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
WITH ONE AKM. BUFI-'ALO BILL'S EXPERIENCE. Major John 15. Burke vouches for a good story of Buffalo Bill when that worthy had settled down from his roving career to ' ranch iug.' A time came to send a big bunch of cattle East to the-maiket, and Buffalo Bill decided to go on to Chicago and arrange the sale. Be met five or six of the big cattle barons, all just spoil ing with money. Cody had a ? little wad him self. They met in the Palmer House, and were good-naturedly quarrelling »s to who should buy the next bottle of wine. Everybody wanted to buy, so it was settled that they should throw dice, reversing the general game by * sticking the high man.' Matters became swift in a little while, and before long they were throwing for » pile of double eagles aud greenbacks. At this point One-Armed Ike, a well-known confidence man and one of the best sharpers in the country, became aware tbat all these people were in town with money to burn. He wanted a little of it, so he dressed himself to...
OLD PHILEMONA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
OLD PHILEMONA. In front of tho cottago lay the rough pasture in which oW. Philemon a Grindlowe kept her cows. The moorland toucherl it on the north side ' eastward lay the copse of young beeches ; soHthwM-ds a. narrow ravine, where a rilloek, that leaped from the trough into the garden, gathered together a few springs an.l prn tiled OVer lllliJO stOlieS allCI lllXUIlillll, muni uunn m the villa'''- ' Sometimes trout from the river, that bordered the moorland four miles away, mounted to tho shallow pools in this gorge, and Michael, rhilemonn's son, caught them with his bunds. . The sun was so hot that the air seemed to tn mWe. Philcmnna sat on the .stone bench by .... .!„„.. nn.l stitched ranidly at the hem of a while skirt that she was malting for a fannci's wUo who lived nerosa the heath. .Siiim. licr husband'* death slie had oknd out the scanty in come from the land by taking in plain sewing. Michael hft-tl gone down to the village with the Jiorse and cart, to loud shine lor the n...
Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Religious Memoranda. PreBbyterian Church of E.A. Sabbath, March 27.— Maclean 11, Palmer's Island 3.— Eev. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. Sunday, Maroh 27.— Maclean 11, Chatsworth 3 and 7.— Eev. J. S. Scott. Tuesday. — Fellowship Association, Maolean, 7.45. Church of England. Sunday, Maroh 27. — Chatsworfch 11 (n.c), Harwood 3, Maolean 7. SO. Tuesday — Palmer's Channel 7.30. Wednesday -Angowrie 7.30. Thursday— Yamba 7.30.— Eev. W, J. TJpjohn. Boman Catholic Church. Sunday, March 27.— Mass: Lawrence 9; Maolean 11.— Eov. Fathor Kioly. .Sunday, March 27. — Mass : Chatsworth 9, Harwood 11.— Eev. Fathor Eeado. Wesleyan Church, Sunday, March 27.— Maclean 11, Palmer's Channel 2.45, Palmer's Island 7.30.— Eev. G. H. Barrett. Maclean 7.30.— Mr. J. Skinner.
Our Brushgrove Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Our Brushgrove Letter. Band Excursion.— On Satnrday last the com mittee of tho Brushgrove Brass Band chartered tho s. s. Young Dick and that vessel left Wood forl Leigh at 4 p.m. for Grafton, calling whero required. She arrived at Grafton shortly before 7 p.m., aud landed upwards of 120 passengers, tho night was a lovely one and tho three hours spent iu Grafton soon slipped away. Punctu »ii.y »u *u p.m., uie ?? jjick' iett on ner return trip, which was really tho best part of the out ing, as plenty of fun was on on route. Many of the paseongers favored the company with songs and choruses and every item received well merited applause. I am informed that tho function ivas a finanoial success and adds a con siderable amount to the funds of the Band. A word of praiso is not out of place, the same be ing due to the very energetic secretary (Mr. H. J. Dunlop), who has taken a very lively in terest in the Band. What with donations, etc.. the funds should be fairly strong now. All that is w...
Tug-o-War. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Tug-o'-War. The protedt ontorod by tho Shark Creek team against the prizo boing awardod to Donnelly's team in tho tug-o'-war on St. Patrick's Day, on grounds Btatod in our last issue, has been satis factorily disposed of by the two teams. Tho nnntantanta havn decided to have another pullon the showground on Saturday, April 2nd, for tho prizes, with a wager of LI per man and tho gate money addod. The first prizo of L7 for the pull on St. Patrick's Day is to go to the Eovnan Catholic Cfiurch funds and tho second prizo of L2 to tho losing toam. A charge of Bixpenco is to be made for admission to the ground to wit ness the pull. Artioles were signod on Wednes day evening by tho captains of tho teams.
Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Our Graf to a Letter. The Show. — As I predicted in your laBfc issue a phenomenal entry has been received for the show, the figures showing the list to bo tho largest in the history of the Society. Tho suc cess of noxt week's function is therefore assured and the only drawback that can possibly mili tate against such a consummation would be a recurrenco ol this week s wot weather. The number of ontiios now totals close on 1700 and are as follows — Horses 368, cattle 160, pigs 24, poultry 210', dogs 4S, farm produce 354, garden and orchard. 302, manufacturers 87, implements aud machinery 49, coachbuilding and wheel wrighting 47, domestic and household cooker? 75, fine arts 65, non-competitive 2l, Total 1686. 'At Home.' — The Mayor and Mayoress of Grafton contemplate holding an 'At Home' at their residence oa the evening of the 1st. pros. Over 250 invitations, I understand, have been issuod for the function which is to be carried on a lavish scale. Cricket. — A team of cricketers from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
You cannot go wroag for a suit at Mclntyre 's -Adv. Women's Plain Leather Elastic Boots, 4s 6d. H. E. Frapo.— The Maclean bnnoh of tho W.O.T.U. mot in the Protestant Hall last Monday afternoon, ?when tho usual business was transacted. It was also docidod to take up the flower mission. Frank Amorica Williams died in .frince Alfred Hospital, Sydnoy, on Saturday morning, irhilo under the influonce of chloroform which had boon administered with a viow of operating for tho removal of a supposed tumor on the brain. Tho docoasod was a baker and resided for several years in Maclean. Ho was 38 years of age and leaves a widow and six ohildren. He had been suffering for some timofrom pneu monia, aod paralyais,
Our Chatsworth Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Our Chatsworfch Letter. Euosiotf ov Banks.— Tho orosion of the rivor banks ia proceeding as rapidly hero aa in most othor places. In tho vicinity of the Publio Sohool tho road is dangorously brokon into and tho bank must soonor or later rocoivo attention iu sorno form or other from tho hands of tho De partmont,if tho road is to bo maintained in front of tho school grounds. In this connection Mr. G. Morriason. of Goodwood Island. hnR n/lrmfcnrt a simplo yot offoctivo plan of protecting banks from orosion. Tho material usod is greon split timber, of durablo quality and size, and is put down ou end, and bracod together with good strong capping. Tho timber is placod deeply in tho bank out of tho wator, and stands perman ent to-day as when it was orocted some yoaro ago. Mr. Morrisson has protected tho wholo of tho frontago of his proporty in this manner, and has, I boliovo, rocoivod no assistance from tho Departmont for tho work, although ho is honestly entitled to somo consideration. In...
Editorial Notes. More Dairy Logic. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
Editorial Notes. More Dairy Logic. The attempt to boom, tho dairying industry by de crying sugar growing still goes oa in certain quarters. Tho Grip in its last issuo says : 'Quito rocontly wo were told by !i farmer that this season already that his dairying had brought him in as much money as he would havo realised for tho wbolo year's corn pro duce, and bo bad tbo rest of tbo summer and Autinn yet to go. Another farmer says that in three Moxras of haibying bo has mado as mucli us bo made from cane for tho previous threo years ; and be it remembered that during that tbreo years tbo full duty was in force. Theso facts speak well fcr the possibilities of dairying ' O£ course, tbo force and soundness of the above arguments aro un deniable. But is a poor argument that is not capable of general application. A fow weeks ago, a compositor in tbo Grip offieo made moro money in 5 minutes out of a sweep on a horse raco than ho could kaveinado in 10 years at typesetting. A few years back a fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
A first class fit oan bo obtained at Mclntyro's —Adv. ' Youths 1 to 4 Balmorals from 4s Gd, at H. E. Frapo's. — Adv. Got your Winter suits from a practical man ? Mclntyre. — Adv. Concerning the cabled news of an application to exhuruo the coffin supposod to contain lead instead of tho ashes of ono Bruce, a London upholsterer, allogod to have diod in 1S54, and living would have bocomo the Marquis of Tich finld, it is not generally known that a burial service was held a few years ago over a coffin containing bricks,' The 'corpse' was understood to bo that of a business man in Sydney who succumbed to typhoid and missed a prosecution for fraud. The individual did not die, but slipped to South Africa. When last leard of he was a wealthy oitizea of Johannes.
A Harwood Grievance. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 March 1898
A Harwood Grievance. Soite weeks ago we drew attention to tho position in wbicb a number of residents of lower Palmer's Island were placed by tbo orosion of tho river bank road. Our remarks on that matter havo sinco boon endorsed by correspondents. Since then wo havo learned that a number of fannera on tbe eastern end of Harwood are in even a worse plight than their neighbours on Palmer's Island. Tho latter, if they i -11 ? _. lMI _ _ ? i-_1. i 1*1 navo no roau, n;ivu &tm access iu ueop water, wmen tbo former aro deprived of by tbe shallow llats in tbe river. From a quantity of correspondence that has been placed in our hands, wo learn that the Works Department declined to do anything to tbe river bank road on Harwood, owing to its liability to erosion, and when the Government were asked to open a back road, they declined to do so unless tbe farmers through whoso land it would pass (some of whom had no interest in opening it) would give tho neces sary land gratis. A letter f...