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More Agent's Tricks. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

More Agent's Tricks. Scarcely a week pissos without bringing to light ovidoncos of tho rascality of some of tho produce ngonts in Sydnoy. Only rocontly startling disclosures woro mado in a law court in a neighboring district cotjeorning one agency firm. Tho Macleay Ancus eava:— During his address to tho Farmers' Uniou on Saturday last, Mr. Meares, commorcial manager of the South Coast Co., assorted that ihoro was no real causo for the drop in maizo a fortnight ago, Tho ..gents worked tho oraclo in tho matter, aud as a proof it was mouhemod that a farmer had recoived his returns for a shipmout of niaizo that hsul uovor loft tho river. Tho latter fact is a truo bill. From onquiries mado wo learn that tho letter advising shipment had beon sent pre vious to tho maizo boiug placed on the boat, and tho agoufc iu Sydnoy must havo sout tho account sales bticK immediately on receipt of tho letter. It is needless to say tho market price was ruling very low at tho time. Mrs. Xing, tho living v...

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Spain and America. LONDON THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Spain and America. LONDON Thursday. Tiiu Foreign Ralations Oommittoo uf tho Uuitud States Sensto reported th-it the war .iiiiji M-uaa u-,'.g destroyed by tho oliiai.ti act of ? iu) S[)Miiah nutliorities, or thcougli gross neg ligenuo, which was equivalent to criminal action. By a majority of 321 to 20, tbo United States Houso of ropresofititivoK pissud a roaolu tinn authorising President M'Kiuley to use force tw secure parmivnent. pn.iou and stable and indupondant govuriimunt in Cuba. The inom bew who woro iu the minority submitted a proposal in favour of tbo recognition of a CutMti Republic, but it was rejected by 191 to 150. An extraordinary sceno occurred flnriipf,' tho cliibiu.e. Members fought and rushed about tho isilea like madmen, oxchiin^ed such oxprusaions ao 'liars' and 'scoundrels.' lioiivy bonks woro hurled about. Tho Speaker for some timo vniiil)r eucleiivoarnd to restore oi'ilor. One inumher made i\.n iippu'il to his colleagues not to disgrace tho Congresy by such prn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Special Notices. ? r: ; : Ten Thousand Pound Stock, ' FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOWROOMS ON VIEW AT ? ?-??:?.???? A. HALL & COMPANY, ; «®rTHE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS..^ HALLS' FUBNITURE is all of tho highest class, make and finish BALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliablo poods, nro tho lowest 'HALLS' GREAT SUCCESS during tha past ten yearn has enabled ua to extond our Showrooms and make them one of tho Sights of Sydney Halls' New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898 post free '?' i Halls pack Country Orders froo. ?:k$ ,,:;. -; :; A, HALL AMD COMPANY, ; -;^ v;: ? ? Manufacturers and Importers, ?f ::y'j^^':^661,'563, 665, and 567 6§f GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. / . ? ['?.'. Leave Tram rr 'Bus at Livorpool-Btreefc for Hall's, ?-:f^D IEECT IMPORTATION, ..' ' -Ex s.s. GULP OP BOTHNIA, - AT 15 CASES AND BALES 15 * Sale Well Salk Well Price Worth Pmnc. Wnni'ii Shot Dress Tweeds ? 7$-i lOd ?. Dark Molton Cloth, 42in wide ? 9d Is All Wool Cold, Cas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Shipping Notice. ^EDOGEcTiAREsi REDUCED FARES. The Fast; and Regular Passenger Steamer Florenee Hg^ MflDzie LpaWOHATSWORTHKVBLlY MORNING for , (JBAFTON, via South Arm, excepting fhurs fUv when aho iuna up tho Main River Loaves GRAFTON EVERY AFTERNOON at half-pas' 2. Ch»twotth ? *»6d Return 3a Cd ] KS::::z:::::::::.iaGd :; £« Bruobgrovo & Ulmarra...ls ,, Is ba * GEORGE SHORE, London House, Grafton, and All Nations' Store, South G-nfton. \ ?CJ-omh coast steam navigation jn company (limited.) S.S. OITY OF &BAFT02S, Captain D. Anti on, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF \£k TON every TUESDAY NIGHT at 0 , ^S&J^.o'oloBk; and LEAVES GRAFTON I ^^^^FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY J MORNING at 6 o'clock. ', S.S. EALLATXSfA, J Captain John Maouu, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES c GRAKTON FOR SYPNEY every WEDNESDAY j MORNING, at 6 o'clock. n SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. u Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLAGHLAN /] and COMPANY, « River-street, MA...

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AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

AMENDMENT OP THE CONSTITUTION.' TnosE who aro dissatisfied with any of the pro visions of the constitution will doubtless look with especial interest to tho provisions for its amendment. Any amendment in the constitu tion must be carried by both houses of the Federal Parliament and endorsed by a majority of voters in a majority of States and bv a majority of the voters of tho Commonwealth. No amendment can, however, be mado in the provisions for tho representation of any state in the Federal Parliament without the approval of a majority in, the atato concerned. This is an admirable method, and must commond itself for it3 simplicity and effectiveness. If there is any provision in tho constitution which may prove objectionable, its auiondmont is in tho hands of the pooplo. At tho same time tho established intorects of tho states aro safe-guarded by the provision requiring not only a clear majority of tho electors voting in dho wholo Commonwealth, but a majority in threo of tho five st...

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Federation. Equal Representation in the Senate. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Federation. Equal Representation in the Senate. The particular provisions of tho bill which soom to furnish a section ol' tho nnti-i'odoraliats with tho chiof grounds of thoir opposition aro tho clauses providing that oacli stnto shall havo oqual ropresontation in tho Sonato. In tho lower Houso tho ropresontation shall bo accord ing to pojjulation, but no stato shall havo loss than fivo 2'opresoutatives. On tho busig of tho present population, tho nuinbor of roprosouta tives returnod by each stato will bo as follows: — Now South Wales 27, Victoria 2-1, South Aus tralia 7, West Aus, aud Tasmania o each. Each state will havo six tnombors iu tho Sonato. Tho advocates of proportionate representation in both houses say that tho throo thinly populated states — Tasmania, South Australia aud \Vest Austra lia — will havo IS mombors in tho Souato as against 12 for Now South 'Wales and Victoria, aud that tho Souators from tho throo former states, having a combined population of only G9G,G70, w...

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Jumble Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Jumble Sale. Tiie town and district people have a treat in store for thom oi? the 2!)th and 30th instant. It will tako tho form of a Jumble Sale, and will be held in Macnsiughtan'e hall, River-street. Refreshments of all kinds will bo provided, and the promoters are busily engaged in collecting articles for tho fancy and produce stalls. Pro vision will be made for the enjoyment of all kinds innocent amusement and the arb galleries aro bound to be special features in the enter tainment. The proceeds go to the Church of England parocbinl fund, so that patrona will be enabled to onjoy themselves and at Mie same time give a helping hand to a noble cause.

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Women ana the Mirror. A NEW USE FOR THE LOOKING-GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Women ana me Mirror. ; A NEW USE FOR THE LOOKING-GLASS. We invariably associate a lady' a dressing- table, with a large and complete mirror, and tlie fair sex. has always to bear the brunt of in numerable harmless remarks regarding the time they spend in front of their looking-glasses. A new but valuable use has, however, been found for this moat indespenaible toileb article. Mrs Lordelli, of 162 Dowiing-slreet, Sydney, is the lady to whom' this discovery is due. Speaking recently to a Balmain Observer man she said: — . 'I am quite well now and don't think I ever bh joyed better health— thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People j but I was very bad indeed. The first start of my illness was loss of appetite, and as I also began to feel a bit low inspirits occasionally, and also was growing rather pale. I went' to a chemist 'why,' he said 'you are antBmic,' and he showed me in the looking-glass how white my guma were getting, also the bad color of the inside of my eyelids. He...

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The German Navy. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

The German Navy. The Continental press in amusing itself at the exyense of Prince Henry of Prussia, and his terribly siow expedition to the EaBt with the two old crusiers the Gefion and the Deutsohland. When will these tubs finish thuir ignominouB voyage, begun with such a fanfare of 'rumpets ! is tho question which is being asked everywhere. The shipa having siiiled on December 1G, they have already takon 70 days. The Lloyd steamers Darmstadt and Krefold, which left port somo diys later than the two crusires, reached Kiao chau Bay several weeks ngo. Probably they will havo reached Germany on tho return voyage oro tho cruaiers sight their destination. Tho delay has been parrly duo to slight mishaps, such as tho loss of an anchor in thu Suez Canol but tho chief cauao lies in tho defective and obsoloie construction of the vessels. The helpless condition of the German Navy is shown by the fact that Germany has been compelled to fall buck on such vessels for the China voyage, The Duutsc...

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Mororo Concert and Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Mororo Concert and Social. The concerb and social at Mororo on E-»ster Monday night was a decided success, although the wea-ther was unsettled. A temporary stage was erected in the hall, which waB nicely decor ated. The concert opened with the cantata ' Queen of the Flowers,' in which 14 giri pupils and their teacher took their parts in good Miss Annie Donaldson, was lis'-eaed to with, much interest. The song 'So long as the' world goes round,' by Mr. G, Schipp, was very pleasing to the audience. Mr. VVheatbn's song ' The deathless army,' was well rendered and met with the appreciation of the audience. A recitation by the pupils was theu -given, followed by ii song. from Mr. Burgess. 'Why must we part,' was nicely sung by Mrs. Wheaton '. and was followed by a chorus by the pupils. 'All for me,' by Mr. S'chaefer, was very good. ' Susie's question,' wa3 nicely recited by Miss S. Wallbank. 'The tearing of the green,' by Mr. Burgess created great amusement. The tendering of the chorus '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

General Notices. |f A I Z E. MAIZE. MAIZE. Tho undersigned la a spot CASH PURCHASER of aound, clean MAIZE, in any quantity, at highest market rates. P. CONLON, Commercial StoreB, Maclean, SPECIAL NOTICE. Kj1 To Farmers, On and after thia date onr charge for MAIZE SACKS will be 4s 3d per dozen. J. SEE & CO. P.S. — A supply always on hand. ft I A l Z ^ BAGS. Having appointed DUNNET and McKINNON my agents at Maclean, they will supply BAGS for con signments of Maize, etc., to mo, and give latsct market prices of Produce and Piga on application. HENKY PRIESTLY, Commission Agent, SuBsex-street, Sydney. YX''' ANTED AGENTS. WANTED AGENTS. V v ? £2 WEEKLY and upwards b-iiog made, on a NEW ARTICLE, taking down orders, in spare time — permanent work if required. Agents wanted in every Colony nml District. Enclose envelope for particulars. Address to 'NOVELTY,' Postal Box 97G, Sydney, N.S.W. XTJLI o-* AJ3, a JuiU'VUL B SAFE and UNFA I LING p XREVENTIVES AND -jr- EMEDIES FOR YT7 OMEN Avo...

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Our Grafton Letter. Police Couet.— On Friday last before the P.M., Mr. Sub-Inspector Parker intimated that the charge against Cornelius Charles of having stolen . a . nett, tho property of Dr. MeFarlane, of Care's Creek ?would not be proceeded with tho net found in accused's possession not being identical with the one stolen. ? John uramp oi uienugie, was oimigou ?with stealing a bull, the property of Francis McNamara, Miv McGuren appeared for defendant, who was remanded till Monday, bail being allowed accused hi £S0 and sureties to a like amount. ? John Dennis, on the advice of his solicitor, Mr, McGuren, pleaded guilty to throe charges and was fined 10s ov two days for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, £2 10s or one month for using disgusting language and 20s or 3 ? days for resisting the police, (sentences cumulative. The fines wero paid. ? An Indian named Supiam was summoned for imposing excessive poundage fees on a horse belonging to Putrick MuGuiro and pleading guilty was or...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Commercial. Maclean current prices : Dairy butter Sd, factory Is per lb ; eggs Is 2rl per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2a 6d per pair. Our Sydney correspondent wired last night: — Bacon— 6d to 7M per lb. 1'rench Beans— 2s 3d per bushel ; broad, Is. Bananas— 2s to 4s per bunch. j Beeswax— Is per lb. . . ; Bran— 7d per bushel. Butter — Creamery Is, factory lid, dairy lOd per lb. Cabbages— Is to 4s Gd per dozen. Cucumbers— 6d to Is Gd per dozen. ? Eggs— Is to Is 3d per dozen. Flour— £10 10s per ton. Honey— 2d to 2|d per lb. Lomons — local 4s to 6s per case. Lucerne Hay— £1 10s to £2 5s per ton. . 'MAIZE— Prime, 2s Gd per bushel. Melons— 2s to 4s per dozen. Oranges— Local, 4s to 8s, Italian 8s to 9s per case. Onions— £6 10s per ton. Poultry— Prime young fowls 3s, inferior from 2s ; ducks 3s to 4s ; geese 3s to 4s 6d ; turkey cocks os to 8s; turkey hens 4s to 6s per pair. Potatoes— Local £5 os to £6 per ton. Importod— £6 10s. Local Kidneys— 8s per cwt. Local Sweet— 6s per cwt....

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Local Notes and News. Bbvahe of tho kodak. Narrabri seat vacant. Alloged libel cuso to-day. Olaronco crickotora victorious. Sydnoy crickoters woll receivod. Gnifton Circuit Court opens to-day. Spain and America preparing for war, Collins, M.P., has escupod the Federal wav. Tho wife of Mr. Cornelius O'Brien died in uuimwrui m uowpor on x1 riuay nignc. Mr. Johu Grant, an old rosidentof Swan Bay, diod on Good .Friday night. Youths 1 to 4 Balmorals from 4s Gd, at H. E, Frnpo's,— Adv. Bewaro of some Sydnoy produce agents. Their rascality ia a-xrAiZG-ing. The Constitution Bill is damned. Dibbs is against it. £350,000 in gold shippod by tho MaripO3a for 'Frisco last wook. Mr. E. Ebsworth, district surveyor, Orafton, is promoted from grado a2 to Al. A Gorman stoamor landed 3000 bags of beet sugar in Sydney rocontly. Miss Lily Hafionden's singing at tho lato Bolliugen school concort was highly commented upon by tho local pross. A witnoss in tho Bankruptcy Court at Grafton last wook said hu d...

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Shark Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Shark Greek. The Shark Crook tug-o'-war team suc ceeded iu winning at Yainbaon Eistor Monday, thought they had to inoct two powerful combin ations. Tho utmost ordor prevailed during tho pull and there wsis but ouo contro post, to which tho ropo was lashod till tho word to start was givou. Tho committee aro to bo congratulated ou tho way that noi only tho tug-o'-war bub evory event of tho day was carried out. Tho tug-o'-war toam woro ontortained at a social on Saturday night by thoir frionds at tho rosidonco of Mr. M. O'Donuoll. A vory pleas ant ovoniug was spent, tho company breaking up at midnight after tho hoalth of the toain and tho host and other toasts had boen honorod Tho valuo of tho swamp pastures has of lato boon much depreciated by tho sproad of a soft bluo grass, whioh grows ovor tho couch and smothers it, Largo areas of tho swamps are covered by this usoloss plant, which threatens to destroy tho good grass . Tho early maizo has turnod out fairly -well in tho Crook, but t...

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The Sydney Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

The Sydney Cricketers. The toam played tho first match of thoir North Coast tour ut 1'ort Mucquario. Tho match was was drawn on uccouut of tho rain on Easter Monday. At tho second match jilayod at Ivnmpsoy against a Maclo.ay toam, Hush und Irociulo woro absont. Tim local toam scored 91 ; Powick oO not out, playing woll. Hall took 0 wickota for Ji.'J runs. Tho visitors lost 1 wicket for 14, and tho inntch was drawn, Tho toam arrived on tho Olarcuoo on Thursday by tho City of Gratton. On Friday ohuy com moncod a match at Grafton against a Claronco olovon. .Tho visitors wont iu first and at 1 o'clock had beon all disposod of for GO runs, tho bowling of Ross boing most destructive Tho local toam had lost 4 wickots for 220 runs at tho closo of tho day's play. Owing to sorioua indisposition, Mr. Cooko could not play, but an oxecodingly good sub stitute was found in Arthur Hoskins. Arthur Gray 6kipporod tho homo team and losing tho toss to 'Noss' Irodalo, had to tako tho fiold. Irodalo and...

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What is Pure Milk ? [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

What is Pure Milk ? How many people fail to realise what an important part water plays in the mako up of common articles of food. Milk may be taken as an example, although turnips or parsnips might be even more striking since they are solids. On an average about 82-Jlbs. out of every lOOlba. of pure milk are water, and in some cases the 'pure juice of the cow' contains n much larger proportion than this. The remaining 12-Ubs. consist of solids, on an average 3.Vlba. will be butter fat, 4Jlbs. milk sugar, 3£ibs. casein and albumen, and Jib. mineral salt.

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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Departures. ? City OF Ghai'TON (a), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, for Sydnoy, April 1G.— Mosdamos Stophous, Wilson, G'lggin ; llov. E. II. Webbor; : Messrs. .1, Long, Vf. Long, Ivnrr, Cooks, J, MoCorranck, A. Wilson, T. Uthor, A. M. Dauiold, R. Co'jko ; Musters Long, Uthor, and 6 in sooond cabin. Loft Maclean at 10 a.m., and crossed out tho samo afternoon. Arrivals. KaI/I/ATINA (s), (580 tons, Captain John Mageo, from Sydnoy, April 10.— Mosdamos Soo Duggan, Wisor, MoCougall, Jamos, Eaton, Baynor, Ford, Campboll, Leonard, Wing/iold, Boatty ;' Missos Jamoa, Bainos, Young Hicks, Penny, Hammond, Poaico, Marks, Soo, Bailors; Jud^o Hoydon, Kov. H. Lynch ; Mossrs. S. Soo, E It. Garnsoy, P. 0. Yorgoo. A. Campboll, J. MVLnnn. J. Molntyre, T. Noud, 11, -N. Cowau, T H. Solfe, W. Skoad, P. Kritach, H. Jenkins, M Ililey, J. Crispin, A. Want, C. Duggau, R. T Alien, C. A. Komp, W. Ford, E. Eggins, T. O'Malley, T. Morgan, 0. W. lUynor, E P. Garrott, H, A. Burgoss, E. Henderson...

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Recruiting the Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Recruiting the Army. Recruiting in Glasgow has been conducted of late on a la.rt»e scale. Cuptuiu Hamilton, the recruiting officer, has announced that while last year moro young men had joined the army than iu any previous year, the last two months had been exceptionally busy. Ho cannot explain whether this increased desire to enter tho ranks is tho result of enthusiasm over the brave deeds done on the Indian frontier, or to the recent engineer's strike, but there is no doubt the repugnance of young men to the army is gruduiilly being overcome. The Argyll and Sutherland Hiy blunders, who are at present in Glasgow, huvo hud some reerriting marches of ktc and possibly tho splendid appearance of the men attracted young fellows to join. Ino most popular infantry regimont just now is that of the Gordons. So many applicants have presented themselves that recruiting for chis corps has had to bo stopped. The most popular cavalry regiment ia the Scots Grays, who are also full up at present, ...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 19 April 1898

Notes and Comments. [By C.S.I One neod not look far for tho reneon of tho suddon opposition, on tho part of a few nondo script politicians, to tho Constitution Bill. Principal amongst tho malcontonts are tho mom bora of tho so-called Labor Party. Each ono of that misplaced body knows perfectly woll that if thoy relied on tho voico of tho wholo of tho oloctors, tho Legislature would know thorn no moro. Tho suddon conversion of Promior Reid to tho cause of Australian unity has alionatod from him tin support of tho Now South Wales political ' stumbling blocks,' but intolligout oloctors — in fact evoryono that has tho wolfaro of tho colony at heart — will applaud Mr. Roid's determination to support tho Constitution Bill. Whilo that moasuro recoives tho support of such mufttor minds as tho loadors of tho peoplo in all tho colonies iutorestod, I havo every hopn that Fodorution will bo a realism in tho near future, notwithstanding that tho spinoloss Want, tue .jacK-ui-iuo-uox xiuyues, or m...

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