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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Shipping XnfceHigQaee, Arrivals. City or Qravtox, (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Syduoy, January 11. — Mesdames Jones, Sandilands, Mclntosli, Bailoy, Torry, Middloton, Mooro, Woaring, Xloiudiot, Taylor, Bathgato, Saro, B. 11. Donaldson, Bollard; Misses Solman, Orittondon, Cumminga, Watson, McLoan (2), Gillios (2), Nicholson, McPhorson, Paiuo, Taylor, McM.ah.ou, Stephons, Sollor (2), Saudilands, Mcintosh, Mooro (2) ; Mossrs. P. Cnilery, J. Mclntyro, II. Fitnjam.es, .1. Jonos, L. Broudbont, W Phillips, Snro, C. Bniloy, T. Yatos, J. Gregg, Smilo3, R. lv. Donaldsou, A. Lipman, D. Gillies, A. McDonald, H, McDonald, G. McDonald, II. Munro, Joo Martin, E. I?. Duvif, P. Thiol, P. Paine, M. Davis, E. Luskor, (J. /nittor, G. Nicholson, E. MoKinnou, S. McLaohlan, W. Cottons, W. Middloton, G. A. Wilson, II. Mangan, T. Sweeney, J. Ward, C. English, G. Mooro, Groonstreol ; Mustors Mooro (4), Watson, Wearing (2), Mclntosh (2), Sandilauds ; aDd 16 in socond cabin. Crossed tho bar at 10.30 a...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

About a dozen entries liavo boon received for tho bicycle road race at Maclean on Wednesday pit,

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Large Orchards. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Large Orchards., Ix Jnmacia most of tho largo fruit plantations arc owned and oporatcd upon by nn American company Iho area of whoso farms is 44,000 acres Their principal crops nro bananas and cocoanuts, and last year they shipped 3,000,000 bunches of tho former, nnd 5,000,000 coconnuts, besides other fruits. Near Oldon, v\ tho Southorn Missouri, is one of (ho largest nnd finest fruit farms in tho world, ltcontains 2200 acres, nnd has Gl.OOO peach, 52,000 apple, and 2000 pear trees. Elwood Cooper has a 1700 aero orchard at Barbara, California, in which aro 10,000 olive trees, 3000 English walnut trees, 4500 porsitn nion trees, and 10,000 almond treos. In Jersey thoro is nn orchard containing 00,000 pear trees, nnd iu Gloucestershire Lord Sudley has nn orchard that gives nn nnnual return of £10,000.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN UNREHEARSED SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

AN UNREHEARSED SITUATION. . : Years ago, iu what we are now pleased to call the good old 'stock dayu;'. 1 was playing (writes Mr. Prank Harvey in the ' Era. Alman-; ack ') un engagement in Leeds. At that time eight or ten plays were produced iu a. single' week, and one rehearsal was considered suffi-. cient for each play. 1 wan cast for a small villain's part in a drsnia called 'Pedlars Acre,' arid had to be stabbed in a front scsno by the' heavy man and fall dead. ' Two supers were to' enter from the O.P. side, raise and cany me off,' the heavy man remainiug on to declaim a; speech In-fore the change of ecepo. .? Now,. if; there was one. thing our heavy man loved it was1 a solo speech— to have all the stage to himself. Night came. 1 received my stab, and fell dead. Pause! Not a Bigu of a super. Still silence! 1 opened one eye. Thcr« stood the heavy man staring at me, with his back to the public. ' Go off, you fool ! '. he whispered ; ' go off. I've got a speeeh.' How could I go off...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Church Union. ' What can bo moro cumbrous, wasteful, absurd, than to havo tho representatives of four or Cvo roligious denominations, with littlo moro than a hair's-broadth of doctrinal dill'orenco betweon thorn, struggling for a compotitivo oxistenco in somo littlo township, whoro tho work dono by all could bo dono moro ollioiontly and moro happily by ono ? Iu view of such a condition of things, peoplo cannot help asking themselves, can nothing bo dono to bring all those difforont sections of Christ's Church moro closoly togothor, if not in tho way of incorpora tivo union, at least in tho way of federated co oporation ?' — Eov. Dr, Marshall, Scots' Church, Molbourno.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARINA'S HUSBAND. (Adapted from the French). [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

MARINA'S HUSBAND. (Adaptnd from Uic French). ' Wlio goes Ihero ? Who ontor.3 my chamber i at this hour of tlio night ?' I ' Pardon, sir,' said honest David, ' but I ; have brought your coli'co. The horses are in thu couch. TUo lady— your follonr-piuiacnger— has awakened. It. ia lime to start.' WO snmiy UUM.UIJUI.-.U him hwurn, lueiiuj.' our way. My fair travelling compuninn, after a thousand words nnii ceremonii;n, at last decided to enter the ntu^e, while the driver held nor sleeping baby. .Scarcely had sins stepped into it than file uttere.l n. cry — ?' What is it, David ? What is in the coach ?' ' Don't pay uny attention, madam ! Go take thyself oil' to the bench in front of the coach. You iiro taking Iho place of the Lravcl 1ms.' To whom did ho address theno words, a dog or a human creature ? I do not know ; it was still to dark t(. distinguish anything, anil more over, onu is not. curious when one is half asleep. The only wish of a tired voyager who has beim suddenly awakened f...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
India Rubber Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

India Rubber Growing. News conies from Now Guinea to tho effect that tho usual has happeuod in tbo matter of tho wholesalo destruction of tho rubbor treos b}r tho natives. It has boon stated that rubbor trees of a cortaiu kind could bo profitably grown ou the Cinronco. Unfortunately the idea did not emanate from tho groat 'I am's of tho Agricul f.iirnl llrninrf mnTih lulin Vimiio. \ ir I.'AIT in hVimr own opinion ou ovorythiug which tho soil nurtures, havo expressed thcmsolvos advorso to tho schoine. Thoir knowledge of rubbor grow iug is, by tho wajy.so extensivo that they abso lutely admitted they had novor heard of tho treo mentioned. Which ignoranco, all tho same, did not prevent them blocking tho business. And of such i3 tho kingdom of civil service humbug ! — Truth. ?

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
200 Hindoo Hawkers. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

200 Hindoo Hawkers. The Eedfern Polico Court presonted a busy ap pearanco on Tuesday morning, the occasion boing the holding of the annual Licensing Court for tho local polico district. Closo upon 200 men aud womou took possession of tho front street and lined themselves up in front of the court house, using tho korbstono as a seat. Horo thoy waited till nearly dinuor-timo for the oponing of tho Licensing Court, tho presiding magistrate, Air. Addison, o.Aa., having a heavy list to dispose of in tho polico court. The cou tingont consisted chiefly of applicants for a hawker's license. Thoy woro mostly colored people, Syrians and Indians. It having beon announced that the Licensing Court was now open thoro was a general rush to tho courthouse gates, which woro woll guarded by a stalwart constable, and only one applicant at the timo was allowed into tho court. Tho list of applica tions for hawker's licenses uuinbared ISO. Of this number four were Rngllshnien and ouo au Englishwoman. The...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Meetings. TyrACLEAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting of Subscribers will be held in the Hall of the Institution on FRIDAY, 28th January, at 8 p.m. Business — To receive Annual Report of Com mittee of Management and Balance Sheet, Election of Officers, aud trausacb any other necessary business. R.J, TILL, Hon. Secretary. T OWER CLARENCE HOSPITAL. JU ? Annual Hooting of Subscribers. The Annual Meeting of Subscribers will be held in tho School of Arts, Maclean, on FRIDAY, 21st January, 1898, at S p.m. Business : 1. To receive the Annual Ueport of tho committed. 2 The Treasurer's Balance Sheet. 3. The Medical Officer's Reports. 4. Adoption or otherwise of the Amended Rules as proposed by the committee ; and any other business. THEO.LAMY, Hon. Secretary. To Let. nnO LET.— The Shop and Dwelling in River X atreet, recently occupied by Miss Malono as a Millinery and Dressmaking Establishment, Im mediate poaaeESioo. Apply to S. MAONAUGHTAN, Maclean. nnO LET.— The Shop...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Road Contracts. Tenders aro invited in this issue for the fol lowing road contracts in the Maclean district : — No. 39--Near Poverty and Angus Creeks 242 lineal yds metalling and blinding, 11 chains rolling, 20 cubic yds maintenance metal. No. 40— Lawronco to Myall Crook. 500 yds maintenance motal. No. 41— Grafton via Southgato to Broad «»'»»? ''ppiy u.uu pniumg oi 1UII CUD1C yds rubble stone for river bank. No. 42— Smalls' to bridgo near Mclnnoss' VVoodford Island. 122 chains clearing, 132 lineal yds formation, and ono 4th class culvert' No. 28— Ulmarra towards Corinda, (fresh tenders), 7£ chains clearing, 351 lineal yds formation, 180 lineal yds metalling and blinding 8 chains rolling, and ouo oth class culvert, No. 34— Middle road near Murphy's, Palmer's Island. 638 lineal yds formation^ and two 5th class culverts.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Facts and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Waeia &ad Fancies. ? ' ? ' [By Silver Coin]. While our urtcntiun is ongrjjed by the .splendid achievements oi' thu British Avmy on tlic Indian frontier, whero a man i.s occasionally killed, sanguinary buttles mo being fought unheeded in ' our own country. The following extract from n Sydney paper refers to a battle fought, not on the Indian frontier, but in the City of Sydney : — Tho rival pushes of Gipjw-strcct and Brisbane and Goulbum streets mot at thn r-nrnnr of thu two latter thoroughfares in the closing hour of tho old year. Seeing their old enemies of Gipps-nlreel approach ing in force the local contingent fell bark upon an adjacent bottle-yard, and, arming themselves, pre pared for hostilities. These ''worn not lung in coming, and as the opposing forces joined issue there arose such a din of battle that the sounds of conflict wore heard in the Police Barracks. Cou ntable Burnett, Emerson, Daly, Cook and Keating started at the double for the scene of battle, being led...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maclean Mechanics Institute [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Maclean Mechanics Institute Tnii usual monthly mooting of tho Committee was held ou Wednesday night. Presout — Mossrs. I, Lutny (iu tho chair) H. B. Lysaght, II. Connochio, Dugald Macdonald, C. Clarke. Ii. Gall, S. Maouaughtan, and it. J. Till (secre tary). Tho minutos of tho provious meeting were read aud conu'i'tnod. Bov. J. W. Upjohu wrote apologising for his absouce from tho mooting. Mr. W. O'Connor, wrote asking ou what terms tho hall would bo givou to the Sisters of Mercy for school purposes during school hours, fiv« days each week for a fow weeks. It was resolved, on tho motion of Mr. Lysaght, seconded by Mr. Macuaughtau, that the clrirgo should be 7s 6d a' week, tho Sistors togivo way should tho hall be required for other purposes. Tho following accounts wore passed for pay inout : — A. Cambron and Co., £1 10s 6d, A. H. Pearce, £2 17s 10s; custodian's salary, £5. Tho draft roport and balance sheet wero road and adoptod — subjoct to altoratiou — for preson tatiou to fc.10 sub...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our South Arm Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Our South Arm Letter. Agkkjuxtural. — Excessive rains havo proven led our farmors from attending to thoir work 1'or the past fortnight, and as a consequence tho farmers present a very neglected appearanco, owing to the luxuriant growth of weeds. It will take weeks of work to clean tho crops even if tho weather clears now, and if it don't ? 1 There has beon far and away too much rain, and much damacro is boimrdoneto vounc croDS. especiallj' maize, of which thoro is a largo* area. A great deal is already spoiled past recover)', and tho remainder looks poorly enough. Tho cano has not not so far saii'ored much injury, and tbo year old cane is positively revelling in the moisture and is making good headway. Tyxdale Eeiuiy. — Much satisfaction is ex pressed at the supplying of a boat for this ferry. Whon I first pointed out iu your columns tho necessity thoro was for a boat horo, my notes willed forth some ridicule, and it was stated that wo would never get it. We havo got it, however — b...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Local Notes an4 Hews, Pai.m Rn's island croamory troatod. 800 gallonfl of milk on Monday last. Mr. and Mm. D. Soo woro passongora to Syd ney by tho Kiillatina on 'Wednesday. Mrs. Alox. liobortsou, an old rosidont of Oraftou, died on Monday. 15of)io going olsowhoro havo a look at the Maivol Mtoros for inillinory. — Adv. 1). I'j. Honors, u.l.;., is shortly to bo appointed apormnnont District Court Judgo. Tho stoainor Oiisviba took 7000 boxoB of buttor for tho English markot. Mr, Fifiold ran tho riding gallory atLiamoro Eor tho bonofit ot tho hospital last Monday night. Mrs. Blackburn (fipoaking of Carruthors) 'I'll go and buy a dictionary and writo him a hotter lottor than over.' Sploudid assortmout of soups, all prices, aj McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. Tho Council onvito toudors in this issuo for a culvert iu Stanloy-stroot. Mossrs. J. J. Hough and Son will hold thoir monthly salo at Macloan on Saturday. January 22. All tho availablo moans of transport aro boing organised for tho...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Next European War. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

The Next European War. SuvEitAL years ago M. Blcwitz, Paris reipre (??cututivo of tho London Times and one of Iho bost iaformed men iu Europj on international diplomacy, declared that the signal f jr tho next great European war, would bo the death of tho Emperor _ of Austria. Tho AustriaHun gary Empiro is mado up of a score of antagon istic racial olomcnls, holu togothc-riu tho centre of Europe inoro by tho pressure of surroundins nations than by internal co-hesion. Tho wcout disturbances in tho Austrian Parliament aro nu indication of tho discontent throughout tho Empire. Tho Emporor is old nnd feoblo aud has no hoir, aud when he dies most of tho races which compnso the Etnpiro will want to placo its own nomiueo on tho throno. Each of tho great Powors will send an army to Vienna to hold the throno in .trust and seo fair play, and whon tho different armies meet tho great war will start- Whon it is over iho mnp of Europe will probably requiro rcrarrnnging, and Austria will bo divided...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pointed Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Pointed Impressions. Mn. Reid complains that fiuancial critic Dibbs lias not apologised to him. There ia no Japan for 'Jack' Want, Q.C this session. He has had to fall back on Tasmania where tho bush fires roar. Mi'. Reid has fixed the date of the general elec tions for Juno next. The political atmosphere should bo cool by then. . Mr. Barton say.,; h& has put his trust in the people and he fears no rejection of the Federal Constitution .Dill. Federal Delegate J. T. Walker reckons he has solved the problem of Federal Finance. The electors have not yet solved the problem of Mr. Walker's federal election. By June next, whon Parliament dissolves Mr Reid «-ill have held tho Premiership four 'years! His party reg-arded him one timo as a stop-ap leader Ho has made a very long stop and lof t uo gap either. iMessrs. Keid and Want urged Mr. Cwrurhers to commence those tsriminnl libel proceeding* Bv the way, Attorney-General Sir James Martin' prompted Parkos to prosecuto editor Webb of...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Archibald's Scheme. Movement of the Entrance. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Mir, Archibald's gchemQ. ] Movement of the Entrance. Silt,— Eor some time past f hiivo been acquainted ?with tho outlines of the scheme proposed by Mr. Archibald for Hie improvement of thu Clarence en trance — or, to speak more correctly, the making of ii now entrance — which was published iu detail by that gentleman iu the Abvocvtk of tho 7th instiint. The scheme is, I believe, tho mo.st important ono of any kind that has ever been propounded in the ititnroHt's of run- district.. Mr. Arctliihulil will. I trust. excuse mo for paying Hint, in order tlmt tho public may more fully undoratuud tho necessity for anew scheme, and the superiority of his own over Sir John Coodcs' scheme, it lnuy bo advisablo to miiku a brief reference to the formation of tho natural cutrauce. As tho Lower Clarence delta was filling up, tho river waters had a number of outlets to the sea, along tho coast from tlio big Lako to a point muuy miles north of tho present, entrance. .As Iho main river channel became...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams Paid with Stamps [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Telegrams Paid with Stamps Following is a copy of a circular memorandum received from tho l)oputy Posttmister-Goneral, from which it is gathered that it will in future bo incumbont on Bonders of tolegnuns to affix tho stamps, covering tho cost of mossages, to tho form : 'It hns been represented to tho Depart mont that at somo oilices casli is received for toiegratns, and tno necessary stamps atlixou by tho oiliuials afterwards. This course is most irregular. It is un essontinl feature of tho stumping systom that senders of telegrams shall thomsclvos placo tho stamps on thoir messages, obviously, securing a check upon tho ollicial, whoso duty it is simply to soil tho btutupH. Punt and Tolograph Masters aro ihoroforo cautioned iigaiuyt allowing tho praetico to bo continued, aud infumiod that for every breach of tho rulo a heavy fine will bo imposed, whilst the frequout repetition of suoh breach will sender tb.9 official afc fault Uatye to dismissal,'

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Our Ulmarra Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Our Ulmarra Letter. There is still no ovidonco of intorost in tho coming aldormanic oloctions. Aldermon Niland Northcott, and Kuox retire, and will, provid ing they dotormino to staud again, bo probably oloctcd. It is, howovor, rumourod that ono of thorn has doeidod to rotiro from aldormanic labors. Tho Mayor's mantlo will probably fall on the shouldors of ouo who has worn that garmont before. At tho Court on Wednesday, boforo Messrs. E. Camorou and F. Turnbull, J'sP., thofollowing verdicts woro givou in Small Debt cases :— A. II. Spring v. \V. Cainpboll, jun.,.fi-3, and 10s costs. Tho samo v. P. Nowmau, Us 1{- and os costs. A warrant issued for tho arrost and im prisonment of C. T. Von Bontzoii for disregard ing an ordor of Court to pay maintouauco mouoy to his wit'o (£3). (Hero Mr. McDougall took his soat). Au auctiouoors lieonso was granted to Goorgo McFarlano.

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 14 January 1898

Ouv Qraffcofi better. Police Coukt. — Ou 'i'uosdaj last, before tho P.M., threo coach liconso} woro grantod to Edward Potter, contractor for tho Grafton-Glon Innos mail sorvico. ? A person namod Dhoo, from Lawronco, deomod to be of unsound mind, was remanded for S days modical troattnont and obsorvatiou. ? John Hay chanrod Oharlos Barnaul with tho illogal detention of a tip dray valuod at £7. Mr. lSvoringhain appoarod lor plaintiff aud Mr. Lobban for dofondant. From tho evidence it appeared that Barnard owned tho dray in tho first instanco and thon hired it to ii contractor named Bakor, with tho option of purchaso. On liuiahiug his contract Bakor disposed of tho dray to Hay, and spout tho money ho should havo handod ovor to Bar nard, Barnard a fow weeks ago soi^od tho vohiclo, hnnco tho prosont action. Dofondant sought to show that thoro was no absoluto salo to Bakor, but moroly a hiring. Bakor swore othorwiso, and it was outy with very groat re luctance that tho P.M. gave a vordict...

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