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CAPTAIN KIDD'S BURIED TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

CAPTAIM KIDD'S BURIED TREASURE. If seems odd that just nt the tlawn of thn twentieth century a regularly incorporated com JS wilUa capital of £17,000 h1,u,.1.1 bo work L night and day to recover the buried lronm.ro A' Captain Kid.l. Yet Hint in what tho Oak Island Tre.fiuro Company is doing .it Oak [siatid in Mnhone Bi-y on tin; sonth-enfit const of Nova Scotia. A score of mm. :,rc digging «way mldcl. the direction of a superintendent. .1 he pompnny dors not, cn.im umu m» «^»n ? » - itriviiiK for was buried necessarily l,y Captain Kiilil, hut that it wan hidden yeiirs ago by pirates. Here is tho story of Die hidden treasure, as told by Adam Tupper, tho superintendent :- I' Much l)ction b.i« linnn written concerning ,reat sums of money nnd vast q«antiti.-H ot \evl,h buried by pirates some 200 years ago Uewhore along tho Atlantic coast. 1 deal only Bith facts as stated by men now living who had khtti.il i» them or was told to them by men now Dead. Su I claim it can be proved— 1. That ...

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SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

SEPARATION. Another aspect of tho federal question which affects tho country districts as against Sydney is the matter of separation. When affairs of common interest to tho whole of Australia are taken from the colonial parliaments and placed under tho control of tho Fedornl Government, it will bo an absurdity to con tiuuo the administration of tho local affairs of the whole colony in Sydney. Tho ovils of centralisation aro beyond question, but there was somo reason for their continuance when the colonial Government had cqutrol of national aa well a/j purely loc^l affairs, Under Federation, tho principal matters remaining under the control of tho Now South Wales Govorn ment will be public works, crown lands, mining and education ; and all these and tho other affairs of local Government can bo more conveniently nnd economically legislated for and administered by three or four Governments in different parts of tho colony than by one Government in Syduey. Tho proposal for the separatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Pacts and Rumours. Eattleii won tho high jump tit Tarn worth Show, clearing oft llin. Women's Plain Leather Elastic Boota, 4s 6d, H. E. Frapo.— Let a mn a fool happy and his surroundings iiro congoniul.' All tho latest shades in suitings to be found at Molntyre's. — Adv. Tho issue which Mr. Eeld will place before the provincial electors entirely depends on the verdict of the fedornl referendum. To a cer tain oxtent tho Premier is now poised on a rail. Ho will, of course, get down on the side of tho majority. uxl. jj. j.i,. ^ i«o uus consented to become a candidate for Flinders at tho next election. Get your Winter suits from a practical man— Mclutyre. — Adv. .It is tho importers in Sydney who are taking the lead in tho Anti-Podoration movement. ' Tho population of Ooraki is increasing at a highly satisfactory rato. 'No fit no money' is the game played at Mclri tyre's. —Adv. ? George Eoid socially jp a quiet, happy-looking chap. As ho struts.^Hinr! ;he room in evening dresshe has'a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

H Shipping Notice. M ?^BDOOED'PAREi. REDUCED PARE Hfl The Fast and Regular Pauecnger Steamer I Florenee ^, mm[ Wk Loaye3 CHATS WORTIIEVI5RY MORNING fi §jg|1 GRAFTON, via South Arm, excepting Thur ';;?*»! dav. when she ruua up tho Main Rivi -Mi ?' Leavea GRA.FTON EVERY AFTERNOO: HBl at half-paat 2. ? K FABES- BEfy OhatsworHi ? 23 6d Return 33 6d Rift Mncleaa ? ? ? 2a „ 3a f&jT-i Liwronoe ? la 6d „ 2b 6d Kgfc»'1 JBrushgrove & Ulmarra...la ,, la 6d Hp- GEORGE SHORE, Bftgfr* Loudou House, Graftoa, aud All Nations' Store ^P| South GTafton. |pfc;' vrORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATIOI $?!$ U COMPANY (LIMITED.) gf! S.S. CITY OP~GSAPTOW, $i -'j Cafpain D, Anthon, ,%,! . LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF :'-^ ? 1 Jkj^ T0N every TUESDAY NIGHT at ! ?!'.!?'?? $f$O^. o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTO* : '/ 1. €^5*3^ FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY ?4*.uj MORNING at C o'olook. ''.-?'„-] Captain John Magke, ??'-';! LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT - V URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES '..??'' GRAFTON FOR SY...

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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Shipping intelligence, Arrivals. Kallatina (s), 680 tons, Captain John Mageo, from Sydney, April 9. — Mesdames Jones, Livormoro, Freoar, C. Garrott ; Misses Goodwin, Wilson, Harkness ; Messrs. F. G. Crouch, G. Mathieson, F. W. Chapman, A. W. Hume, A. Wilson, F. Chester, W. Knight, Freear, F. Jackson, J. Bull, R. Bull, E. Bishop, 0. Garrett, F. Norman, T. A. Powell, J. Punch, J. Modcalf ; Master Bush ; and 6 in the steer age. Crossed the bar shortly after midnight, remained at Iluka until daybreak, and arrived at Maclean at 7, City of Gbafton (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Antbon, from Sydney, April 12. ? Mesdarnes Barling, Kastrup, Hutchings, McOlintock, Vickery; Misses Englert, Cooko, Keating, Hewitt ; Messrs. Walford, J. Gosling, E. B. Gore, C. Hutchings, 0. McArthur, C. Nelson, E. Vickery, E. Cranston, A. Paine, D. Mclnnes, MoFarlano, J. A. Chisholm, J. E. Chisholm, H. J. Kelvin, A. E. Sandau, C. J. Eipley, A. 0. Saddington, E. Hewitt, T. T. Bawdcn, H. Koith, A. C. Haig, J. McOlure, T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

[1870 — ESTADLI3HED 22 YEAHS ? 18981. ' PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. (^POSSESSES THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION-— SUBSCRIPTION : 1 2jS PER YEAR (if paid in advanco) ? -o-««iisj'

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A.J.C. Races. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

A.J.O. Baces. Saturday. Fiust HrjitDLE PiAub — Gladstone, Ellatar, Here ward. Autumn Shakes — Battalion, Mirella, Charge. Two-yeav-old Maidon Stakes — Wood- lark, Nevada, Ludykiller. Donca.iter Handicap — Byoria, Merloolas, Tramp. Sr. Leger — Ambetito, The Tola, Bulliwood. Highweight handicap — Hempie, Clyde, North British. ATnvn a v Flying Handicap — Chief, Carrara. Maiden Stakes — Ace of Diamonds, Infanta, Nineveh. Champagne Stakes — Bobadil, Essex, Cocos. Firat Sr.eeplechfise — Ditto, White.foot, Nipper. Nursery Handicap — Spark, Lady Moyston, Jenny Moore. Sydney Cup— Morluolaa, Amber ite, Watgod. Thursday. All-aged Stakes — Bobadil, Merloolas, Cabin Boy. Cumberland Stakes — Amberite, Batal lion, Mirella.

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Cablegrams. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. tfAnox Kothschild, the well-knowu Paris banker, has presented a cruiser to Spain. Spain has conceded an armistice to the Cuban insurgents. Fifteen Spanish warships have been ordered to the Cape de Vorde Islands. China has declared Wussing a treaty port. Ovor ono hundred travellers have been killed by a snow slide on the Dyea trail on the road to Klondvke. M. Zola will be prosecuted at the instance of a Court Martial. The Italian and German military attachees in 1 ans declare that Captain Dreyfus was innocent and indirectly accuse Major Estorhazy of writ ing the document upon which the accused was convicted. A great battle was fought on Friday between the joint British and Egyptian for-.es and the Dervishes at Lamer, when tho latter were completely routed. The brigades led by Cap tain Sfiaf'17'th nnrl fho fio^n-n^ Tr.- —i. i _ . . ?, * ? , — ...» w**w wuiugiuu *-^*ftAiiunuers assaulted the Dervish encampmont, and carird it at the point of the bayonet. 200...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

UNWIN.— At the Maclean Hospital, on the 12th instant, Jamks Uswin, of Palmer's Island, aged 77 years. Native of Rippoo, Yorkshire. Sydney and Leeds p:tpars pleaaa copy.

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wbdnesday. TnE man Williams, who murderously attacked his ohildron at Wickham on Saturday, was only recontly released from a lunatic asylum. The condition of tho victims is precarious. Tho ''ailway and tramway trn flic showed a sub stantial increaso ovor tho previous Easter Mondav. tho suburban t.raflii! bnini» tha hnm..Vnt on record. Cardinal Morau said ho docs not intend to axpross his opinion oithor in favor of or against tho Federal Constitutional Bill, ospocially as politic tl loadors aro divided among thomsolves on tho subject. Howevor, ho cousidors it the duty of ovory doctor to record his voto according to his conscience Mr. John Haynes, M.P., addressod a mooting at Daviosvillp, near Wellington, yostorday. A motion hustilo to tho present bill was carriod. A numbor of loading professional and com morcial inon intend to tako stops to bring about tho defeat, of tho bill. Tho mail train from Tamworth was dotainod sevoral hours last n'gbt noar Hyde, through tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

General Notices. WANTED, two compositors. Apply by lotter to The Manager, ADVOCATE, Maclean. | OST— A Child's Cloak, dark green cloth, _J trimmed with fur. Reward on returning to Mrs. Breunan, opposite ll.C, Church, VTT ILL the person who took tho Fan from the W 6upper room at the School of Arts, last Monday night, please leave it at Advocate Office ? The person is known. U A C L E A N SHOW. All persons having accounts against the late Maolean Show are required to furnish same by to morrow evening. J.McLACHLAN. Secretary. /^AUTION TO TRESPASSERS. \J ? Any pesron found trespassing on tho properties of the late J?. McKenzie will be prosecuted. McLachlan & Co., Agents fur the Estate. To Let. /^OTTAGE TO LET.— 5-Roomed Cottage and V^ Kitchen, corner Stanley and Woodford ntreets. J. TYSOE. /COMFORTABLE FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE \J in Union.street, Maclean. Apply A.J.S. BANK Ltd., Maclean, TO LET.— Oao FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE at Green Point, Ashby. Apply to SAMUEL CAUSLEV, Wombah, North Arm. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Auction Sales QATURDAY, 16th APRIL, 189S. Valuaible aad Goatrally-sitiiatecl Tcwa £iots at TamTja. B'REDERICIC DOBERKR has rocuivod inatruc tionB from tho owners to sell by public auction nn Satukday, 16th April, at noon, ou tho ground at Yamba, the following town Allotments : — LOT 1. — Allotmout C of Socrion 4, containing 1 rood 21 perches, h:ivinj» a frontage of 2 chaiiiii to Wooli-streot and 2 chains to Yarnba-streot, uclj»i:iiiji- Hra. Bnuhannn's Pi-oparty. Upon this L'it tlicr.; are u numhurof buildings for merly known aa Clio Pacific Hotol. If this Lot should not find a purchaser the buildings will be aold for romnval in four soparate lots, WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. LOT 2.— Allotment 1 of Section 12, containing 2 roodB, lmving a frontage of 1\ oliaius to Yamba street and 2 chains to Coidntream Btreot. ThiB Allotment in sitnated near Mr. Hatter sl-.y'B lesidnncf: and upon it is erected a Four-roomed Cottago. LOT 3. — Ali»tmcnf. 2 of Section 12 ia nti joining Lot 2 aud contains a si...

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Yamba Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Y^mba Athletic Sports. Ya.mba, as a popular ec.iji'.lt! roanrt, ontioua a large number of visitors on r.ll holidays. But on Monday last a special attruetiau wr.s provided in the almpo of an uxoellont programme of spoi'ta, which brought together » large concourse; of people, all paitu of ;iirj river hoing ivj»ir minted. The only .??.tcitm.-r i-oin tiio upper river waa tho Inlaubhc, which ran an excursion in aid of the Graf'on City Bind. On arrival at Yaniba the band played aeveralselecrions ou the eports ground. Thu majority of those pre Hout came by the road, along which thcro waa i» stream (ifti»(]iu during tho day. Tho walhnr v,-uh plcasjiilly cool. In tho ufiurooon th.:rc were c f'.w liyhc showers, which weie not heavy enough to cause auy seiious inconvenience. The splits officials wero moat attentive tu their dutieo, and brought; off » long aud varied pro grumtno sncci'fptnily. Mr. J. Kennedy, aa Kocie tary, waa moat energetic iu attending to (he details of the work attached to ...

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Local Notes and. News. LAMlIKINISSr. Holidays ovor. Hotol robberies. Amorica v Spain. Yamba sports successful. E. C. Ball woll patronised. Miss Murcutt woll rocoivod. Boardor robbod of his clothes. Another death in the hospital. Novor kick a man whon ho is down. Fine weathor prevailod for tho holiays. Street fighting threatens to bocomo usual. Achilles McLonnan romains unconquered. Grafton Circuit Court opons next Tuesday. Aid. O'Connor's motion still hangs, liko ' Damocles' sword.' Aldorrnan Pooples took his seat last Tuesday nigh*; — with kingly graco. Olaronco visitors aro vory loud in their praisos of _ tho hospitality of tho Corakians. Coraki is going in for big things. Monstor regatta at tho go-ahoad township on May 24th. Most of tho country papors aro in favor of the Constitution Bill. Fivo vossols loading timbor from Murrayville for New Znaland. Tho Grafton City Band played same dolightf ul aoloclions on tho Iolautho last Monday. Timo is money, but there isn't much money abo...

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Coraki Caledonian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

C'oraki Caledonian Sports. There waa an attendacce of about 1000 at the Uoraki Highland Gathering on Monday, including several visitors from tho lower Clarence, who carried off the majority of the prizes, Showers fell during the day. Results : — Caledonian handicap — J. Reardon 1, R. Paddon2, Gibson and llobinson 3. Highland fling, for lassies (all-comers) — Lurline Hann 1st, Marley Hann 2nd. For juveniles — Marlev Hana 1st, Jauet Dsruie 2nd. Biabland fling (laddies)— Arch. McDonald 1st, E. Munro 2nd. Juveniles — H. Cuinmiog 1st, C. Cumming 2ud, For adultE — Prof. Allen let, D, Matheeon 2nd. Piping— (Pibroch), D. Matheson 1st, D. McSwan 2nd, B McKenzie 3rd. Marches— D. Matheson lit, D. McSwan 2od. J. McKay 3rd. Strathspeys and Reels — D. Matheson 1st, R, MoKenzie 2nd, J. McKay 3rd. . Prof. Alien won the Sailors Hornpipe, Gillie Callum, and Highland costume. Reel o' Tulloch (Juveniles) — Archie and Annie McDonald 1, D. Matheaon andAddio Munro 2. B. Muuro won the Iiish jig for boys, a...

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Maclean Municipal Council. The usual mooting was hold on Tuesday ovon ing, whon thoso prosont wore the Mayor, Aldor mou Macdouald, O'Couuor, Lobban and Pooples. At the roquost of T. Gilbort, an extension of ono month was granted him to complolo his contract for breaking raotal. T. Nippross wroto offering to break tho atone uoar tbo post office- at Is 9il per yard, but it was stotod that tho stono in quostion did not bolong to tho Council. Tho Govornmont Statistician forwarded forms for the supply of statiotical information con corning tho municipality. Tho Council Olork anuouncod that ho had supplied the informa tion. Tho Invoroll Council forwarded a copy of a resolution to ask tho Govornmont to introduce legislation t-6 regulate tho width of vohicle t3rres, and asked tho Council's co-oporotion in urging tho request. Ordorod to lie on the tablo. Tho Treasurer iutimatod that L10 had boon placod to tho credit of tho Council for Park im provomomont. Tbo finauco committee roported an ox...

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Our Yamba Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Our Yarnba Letter. At a well attended meeting of ladies andgentlo men held here on Tuesday evening, Mr. James McGrAth, of the local Post and Telegraph office, was the recipient of a beautiful gold medal, presented to him by tho residents as a recogni tion of their appreciation of his bravery in sav ing a youlh from drowning here in March. The chairman, Mr. H. A. Blomfkld, J.P,, in making tho preseniation made a neat speech appropriate to the occasion. Tho design of the medal is a life buoy and U h- inscribed as follows i — ''Pre- sented to James McGrath by fellow townsmen for ruaeuing a lad from drowning at Yambu, 8th March 189S. Mr. D.uid See, J'.P., on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. J.Ci'onar., purotita of the youth who was rescued, also presented McGrath with n very neat ami pretty gold chain with medal attached, as thoir appreciation of his bravery. Mr. Seo's remarks on the presentation ware very appro priate and eloquent and were wjll received. Mr. McGrath suitably responded to both pr...

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Sydney Rescue Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Sydney Rescue Society. 0W Sunday night Miss Murcutt, delegate from the Sydney Eoscuo Society, addressed a large audience in the School of Arts, Maclean on the subject: 'Dark side of Sydney.' The chair was occupied by tho Mayor, while tho audionco was composod of a sprinkling from overv de nomination iu town. During tho course of her remarks Miss Muicutt said that this was the first occasion that tho Society that she ronro ''??'?' u»i».^i i^ohiuiilo ui. tula uiscricc to contri buto towards tho maintenance of the inaDv homos that woro doing a vas,t amount of good in Sydnoy. This Sooioty had boon in existence for lu years and had provided shelter for many irom tho Clarenco, and on that a count residents should do all that thoy could to assist them in thoir work. Tho founder aud chief worker of ho society was Mr. G. E. Ardill, who had to mtet muuy difficulties during the existence of the Society, but ho had struggled on with an energetic committee and workers and had brought tho Society...

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Lawrence School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

Lawrence School of Arts. Tub usi oj monthly mooting was held in the institution ou Wotlnosday ovoning, Gth April. Fresout — Messrs. Parsons, J, MoPheo, A. S. Unrtfoni, A MoPhorson, S. J. Short, P. O. llanliikcr, D. Nicholson, G. Shiolds, and A. Short. Tho minutosof thoprevious mooting woro road and confirmed. Tho Treasurer's statomont as follows was read and adopted: — Bulanco in hand £'Z 7a 9d ; subscription, £2 18u (5(1 ; receipt for social, -sz iu3. xuo loiiowiug amounts wero passed for payment — T. Ilunderson 6s yd ; Cr. IT. Varloy, 8s; Advocate, 12s; Custodian, £i 7s Gd ; Bui/Limx, £1. Tho Librarian's report showod books issuod, 191, returned., 179 ; journals issued, 102, ro turnodTl ; nowspapors issuod 72, roturuod 52. It wa3 docided to pay Mr. Pullen £2 on account of seats, uiul to oxpond not moro than £1 in tho purchaso of a lamp for uso iu tho Hall. Tho secretary was empowered to obtain a packet of late periodicals from Gordon and (Jo tnli for os. A voto of thanks was passo...

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RC. Church Choir. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 April 1898

B.C. Ohurch Choir. Last Sunday Misso Cantata was given in the EG Church Maclean. Although tho members of the choir had had comparatively littlo prac tice, still thoir exortions wore worthy of recog nition. I ho music of various parts of the mais was taken from ifforont authors, viz., Mozart's 12th Kyrie and Gloria, 'Winter's Crodo, Farmer's Sanctus and Wobor's Aguus Dei. Tho congre gation was unusually lorgo, which circumstance conas to prove tno popularity of ohurch music. Iho chief soloist was Mrs. D'Arcy Burke, who with creditableness sang the most difficult pieces. Ihis lady— possessing as sho does a most musical voico-would bean an attraction iu the bost ohoi« 'of tho colour. Other soloists wore Mrs Dowhug, Mjssos Pooples and Cum ruins, and Messrs. Carolan and Savage The latter rendered good sorvico as conductor, After mass Bondiction was given, thus ending Her the singing of the Te Doum, ono of the TntaZTnS, SurehSUnday8 yOt ^^

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