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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
General Sporting. The following will rapiesent Palmer's Island agmnat Yiimba at Palmers Island to-day ;— C. J. Baker, J. Shannon, J, Kinneally, F. Lov G Orr, J. Barber, R. Oarr, J. Landrigan, G. Johr.i son, J. O'Connor, C. Bushnell. The following will represent Brushsjrove v. Maclean, ah Manloan in tho fi««i n ? ' (j.^i. to-day: Davis (o), E. and J. Sweeney. M. Garnty, M. Hou^h, L. Scott, A. Wnllwork jmor., G. Sweenoy, J. Chisholm. Maclean team - J. Donnelly. W. Brownlie, J. Medcalf, H. R ^s^ E. Gore, J. Murray, J. McKinnon, lill (2), F. McLaren, A. North. Emer., S. Dowling, E. Wilkinson, J. Fogarty. The well-kuown racing mare Loch Marfe was offered at auction to-day and sold to W. Hill, of Vicroria, for 400 guineas, subject to the owner's approval. The annual meeting of the Clarence River iJootDall Association will take place at Folbig^'s Hotel on Saturday night next. Several important matters will be discussed and a proposal will be brought forward to join the JS.b.W. Rugby Union....
Maclean Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Maclean Courts. A single meeting and public examination in the case of Edward Berry, bankrupt, was held before the District Registrar on Wednesday no proved creditors were in attendance. Bankrupt attributes his bankruptcy to losses by floods and pressure of creditors. Ho did not desire to amend his slar.ement of affairs. The examination was declared concluded. On Thursday before Mr. D. Shearer J.P., John McLachlan, William Watts, Hugh McMillan and John Driscoll wore charged with riotious behaviour in River Stroeton Saturday ni»ht, the Jth April. They all pleaded not guilty to the charge, and the information was withdrawn against McMillan and Driscoll. MeWhhn and Watts wero each fin«d 2O.s and 6a 2d coats of Court. Mr. Read, here took his seat. Louie Goggell was charged with removing fish for sale without boing tho holder of a valid fisherman's license on the 24th ultimo from Broadwater, and was fined 5s and costs Arthur Belville pleaded guilty to removing fash from Bread water wi'h ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
DO YOU SUFFER ? ARE YOU AFFLICTED WITH INDIGESTION, BACKACHE, TIRED ACHING LIMBS, LIVER COMPLAINT, LASSITUDE, OR Any complainc arising.from an impoverished nervous system ? If so CLEMENTS TONIC IS A QUICK, PROMPT AND SURE CURE, IT DOES NOT MERELY ALLAY THE SYMPTONS BUT EFFECTS A PERMANENT AND POSITIVELY LASTING CURE. ASK Mr. W. A. Jones, Uralla; N.S.W., who writes on September 7ih, 1S9G : — I have much pleas ure in sending you this testimony. About seven years ago I was seized with a languid feeling, my stomach would reject all food, at could not Bleep at night, my mouth was always parched, especially at nif»ht, the least noise would cause irritation of the nerves, the slightest cold air seemed to go right through me. I also suffered with, palpitation to my heart to such an extent as to become alarmed. I h:»d pains in the region of tho liver ; I had become very nervous, and also suil'ered from shortness of breath. I consulted dectors in the town and Armidale ; their medicine would g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
1 ~ Special Notices. ? ,-jl— ? : ? — ? ? ? ;.;.' Ten Thousand Pound Stock, FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOWROOMS ON VIEW AT A. HALL & COMPANY, tSTTSE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FUEHISHEES.jSJi HALLS' FURNITURE is nil of tho highest class, mako and finish HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, nro tho lowest HALLS' GREAT SUCCESS during tho past ten yeara has onabled us to extend our Showrooms and make ??.. them one of the Sights of Sydney Halls' New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898 post free Halls pack Country Orders freo. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, . 561, 663, 565, and 567 I^GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Leave Tram rr 'Bus at Liverpool-street for Hall's, DIE EOT IMPORTATION, - Bs s.s. GULF OF BOTHNIA, - AT 15 CASES AND BALES 15 Sale Wjjll Price Worth Shot Dress Tweods ? 7Ad lOd Dark Melton Cloth, 42in wide ? 9d 1b All Wool Cold, Cashmeres, all shades 1/2 1/G Striped or Plain Cold. Flannelettes. , 4d or 3/9 doz Cd Horrockes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
General Notices. T M P O R T A N T NOTICE. Owing to delav on the road, the Now England CATTLE will aot bo sold until SATURDAY, 30th inst, See advertisement. W. SMALL, JNR., Auctioneer. r OWER CLARENCB AGRICULTURAL JL SOCIETY. A MEETING of the GENERAL COMMITTEE will be hold iu the COUNCIL CHAMBERS on SATURDAY AFrEKNooN next at 3 o'oloek. BUSINESS : — Reception of balance-shout, pay. ment of accounts, and any other buBinees. J, MpLAOEHAN, Secretary, ? General Notices. WANTED a NURSE GIRL. Apply to Mes. J. J. ENGLERT, MscIchd. WANTED, r. Genera! Servnnt,~~Mu8t be a good cook and Inundrnss. References required, APP'y, __ Mrs. A. C, HARRY, Harwood. yiT ANTED APPRENTICES to the DRESS VV MAKING. Apply Miss LAW, Mnolean. /CAUTION.— POISONED BAITS lnid continu \J ally on TALO U M til 1 i U \ S . R. and, I. WAU6H, Owners. T OOK OUT for the Tyndnlo Cricket Club'a I JU ANNUAL BALL io be hold at nn early date, luill partiouliirs in future i^sue, DUNCAN MoLACALAN, jr., Hon see TVTOTICE. — All .St...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
W. Murray and Co. applied for a special lease for tramway purposes, parish Double Duko and Gibberageo. Granted for 29ft in width, extending through Crown land along re served road from the Northern end of applicant's spociul loaso No 91/3, to a point about a quarter o a uiilo np Dingo Gully, from its i unction at Jacky lJulbm Plains ; tenuro to bo coterminous with aforosaid special leaso. Motive power to bo by horses only. Conditions ure presenbod for tho right aud protection of tho public to tho roads, and tho line is to be constructed so as not to interfere in any way with the traffic. All works to be removed by ihe lessee within three mouths of the determination of the lease. Rental £3 por liueal mile, cost of reports 20s.
Spain and America. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Spain and America. LONDON, Wednesday. l he American papers recognise the unfalter ing friendship of Great Britimi towards Ame rica, and at the present juncture say that England haa been thechief obstaclo of Euro pean alliance against the United States. War haa been decided on, and hostilities will commence on Saturday morning. President McKinley has signed the ultimatum. v-mju cu«m ui mo soriKing cnange or aonti ment towards England is a proposal that the States should immediately pay Canada. There is intense relief throughout America at the decision and the general opinion jb that the war will be of ehurt, duration and little bloodshed. On the otliur hand Spaniards de clare that lho struggle will iapt for three years and they will fight to the bkter end. English speaking people a'ra solidly in favour of America in the quarrel. opanisn j-remier passionately protested against any infamous aspertions cast by Americrt againBt Spain. Tho American Ambassador at Madrid is ar ranging to le...
Official Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Official Intelligence. The member for tho Clarenco has been officially informed as follows : — Tondors havo been accopted for the cousiruct ion of a punt at Broadwator Creek, j Tho Minister for Works has approved of tho puntatWiirrogah being established as a Gov ernment Perry. Tenders havo been accepted for removing and n' K iouutJsai; uimarra j/ose uuico. Tho application urgrng that a grant of £200 be granted for repairing road leading from tho Upper to Lower Coldetream punts. Tho i Minister for Works states that the matter will ho dealt with after the passing of next esti mates. Iho Member for Grafton reportn that tho Department havo authorised the erection of a culvert on the road from tho South Grafton a.id Ulmarra road to tho Olnrence River and Alipoe Oreek Junction, providing the inhabitants first carry out whatever may bo necessary on other parts of the road, to the satisfaction of the local ro;,ds office.
An Escheat Application. A NOVEL PROCEEDING [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
An Escheat Application. A NOVEL PROCEEDING. In the matter of tbe estate of William Buchanan, deceased, formerly of Ulmarra, and latterly of Syd ney, an euquiry was formaly held in the Supreme Court, Graftou, on Thursday last, before HiB Honor Mr. ActiDg-Justice Heydou, and a jury of 14, Mr. J. C. Simpeon, instructed by Mr. Parkinson, of the Oroivn Solicitor's Office appeared for the 'Jrown. Mr. Food appeared on behalf of Mrs. Brooks, deceased's mother. Jury : D. Osborne, John Marchant, J, J, Lee, John Uribpin, Claudius ISarnier, W, Logau, Andrew Englert, (J. K. Attwater, Nicolas Buruier, George Osborne, Neil M'Swan, Jaa. Chisholui, Alexander M'Phee, VV. Hannah. Mr. Simpson, ia opening the case to the jury, said the proceedings were very novel aa far aa this district waa concerned, bat they wore very simple. The law eaya if an illegitimate person dies without leaving a will his property must go to the Crown by the proctos of escheat. In this oase William Buchanan, deceased, was an il...
Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Shipping Intelligence, , Arrivals. City of Grafton (s), 825 tons, Uaptain D. Anthon, from Sydney, April 19.— Moadames MoMnhoa, T. Bronnan, T, W. Loo, Green, Howard, Kolao, Lotus ; Missos McLTales (2), Camoron, Croagh, Johnson, Howard, Lotus ; Hon. T. H. Smith, M.L.C., ; Messrs. H. 1-W- I woll. K. FuOKwell, 11. A. Youns. A. W. Youm?. A. E. Cninoron, T. Bronnau, W. J. Oomorford, H. Jatnos, T, J. Leonard, T. McFayden, K. Burn8, J. Harden, W. Orowcroft, T. Eoley, \V. H. Howard, Walker, Oroll (2), E. Taylor, W. White, F. W. Loo, W. Maxwell, B. St. Glair, Muir, E. Eayburn, S. Eggins, H. Paino, A. McKinnon, S. Paine, W. JohnBon, A. Niland, J. Eider; Mastor Cameron, and 11 in the second camn. utcshoo. ino Dar ac o.iio a.m., nrrivou at Maclouu at 8.30 p.m., and loft again at 9.30. Departures. Kai-latina (a), 680 tons, Gaptain John Mageo, for Sydnoy, April 20.— Mesdamos Victor, Eoay, Pittard, Eausen, Porcuson ? Misses Soggan, Nolan, McGrath, Clare, Payne, Diinkwator, Morris, Ferguson, Harris ...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
GENERAL INFORMATION. A coin is usually in currency for 27 yoars. It is illegal to practice hypnotiom in Belgium. Every square milo of the Boa contains 1 yfl mi I 1 1 (it 1 fitili aP Tfnitij-««ici lrt*-\/lrf hi Japan tho locks aro placed upon tho jamb instead of on tho door. Groat Britain controls 21 out of every 100 square miles of tho earth's aurfaco. ?Silver coin loses 1 per cont. of its weight in 20 years, gold 1 per cent, in 50 j'oars. In proportion to its size, a bird's wingia twenty times as powerful aa a man's arm. Flying-fish havo boon known to como on board a ship at a height of over 14ft. Purplo land-crabs are common in tho Vest Indies. Mechanics head tho liat of inventors; clergymen coming next. Evory tea-plant yiolds, on an avoragoi a pound and a quarter of tea yearly. Tho coinago of a sovereign cosita tho Mint throo farthings. Tho only two animals whose brains aro heavier than that of man aro tho whale and elephant. At three vegetarian restaurants . in London tho dinner...
Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Religious Memoranda. PreBbyterian Church of E.A. Sabbath, April 24.— Maclean 11, Palmer's Island 3.— Eev. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. ' Sunday, April 24.— Maclean 11 and 7.30, ?' Chateworth 3.— Eev. J. S. Scott. Tuesday. — Fellowship Association, Maclean, Church of England. Sunday, 24.— Chatsworthll (h.o), Harwood 3, Maclean 7, Yamba 11 (Lay Helper).— Eev. J. W. Utiiohn. Roman Catholic Church. Sunday, April 17. — Mass : Lawrence 9, Maclean 11, Benediction 7.30.— Eev. Father Kioly. Sunday, April 24.— Mass : Palmer'a Island 9, Harwood 11.— Eev. Father Eeade. Wesleyan Church, Sunday, April 24,— Maclean 11, Palmer'a Channel 3, Palmer'a Island 7.— Eev. G. H, guit&t, Mwjlsau 7.«~Mr, Peter Davis,
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Commercial. Maizo is boing f rooly ehippod from the river at presont, and tho woeka output is oxcoctod to exceed 30,000 bushels. ' Last wook in Sydney, 20 pigs from the Clar ouco sold to 25s Gd, 22 from tho Bellin»er to 48b 6d, 35 from the Eichmond to £2 12s. Butter ia increasing in price, and in fact all classes of colonial produce is realising a satis factory figuro. Mr. VV. J. Hawthorne will submit ou Satur day at Tully's Yards, a choico lot of springing cows and hoifors, also somo other cattle and horsos, _ Messrs. J. J. Housh and Son will conduct an important aalo at Ulmarra to-day, when fat and store cattlo will bo submitted, also horses in cluding tho racing maro Sweetheart, '-with eoveral ofher progeny. W. J. Hawthorne rennrf:.-; snlHnn- sf rp,,n~-,. ards on Saturday on account of Mr. Austin 30 puro brod Borkshiro hogs and sows from 6 weeks to 8 weoks old, at prices from 10s to 20s por head. McFarlano, Bailey, and Yoolo roport having a successful s.ilo of stock on Saturday a...
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Telegrams. SYDNEY. TmjBSDAY. On Woduosday Mossrs, Barton, E. E. O'Connor, Wiso and Seo hud an enthusiastic reception at a moustor demonstration in tho Town Hull in support of tho Cominouwoalth Bill. They all delivered uddressos in reply to arguments to Messrs. Lyuo and Want and carriod tho uudiouco complotoly with them. gaining ground ovorywhoro and that many of tho wavering politicians are now coming round. A fottler immed Jamos Mnrul was sent to pro euro 10s worth of beer at AVoolgangi (W.A.), but returned without tho liquor. His mates held a court-martial and sentenced him to be hanged. Mead thereupon was strung up and ituuii vitiij uinvii wua uimosc cioaci. Mr. Barton in roply to an inquiry recoived .a tologram from tho Queensland Premier stuting that ho was unaware of any negotiations for Federation with N.S.W. , QueonsJand and Vic toria. Mr. Byrnes declares to be no party to Foder atiou, which does not provide equal State rep resentation in Senate. An impression is gaining gro...
Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Local Notes and News. Wau declared. Jow-iish should bo plentiful in a woek or so. Tho ossouco of democracy is oquality of right. Thoro can bo no roal prosperity without justice A first class fit can bo obtained at MnTnt.opo'o ? Adv. ? The death is announced of Mr. H. E. Harwood a votornn actor. Sovoral rosident3 of Brushgrovo aro loavincr for tho Eichmond, Tho sugar cane, even on tho hills of Maclean promises splendid yields. Candidatos for tho next general eleotions aro already announced in largo numbers. Tho amount subsenbod towards tho Dudley Relief Fund now totals noarly £1000. ^ iiuuuauiiiu new rosinonce Jaas been erected in Brushgrovo for Mr. John Hughes. Dancing Pumps from Is Od, at H E [ Frapo's.— Adv. Tbo Ulmarra-Yamba road between Maclean and Yamba will soon be metalled all tho way. A German Club entertainment in Sydnoy, on behalf of the Dudloy Disaster Fund yieldod A/20, lino rmn rlvn/l o-n^l ?*-!?*» 4-a*i« «..__.. ? VUw uuuuivu cvuu. oi^tuou JJUrtiUIla W6rO pi*O vided wi...
Grafton Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 22 April 1898
Grafton Circuit Court. THE Court opened on Tuesday before His Honor Acting-Justice C. Q. Heydon. Mr. G, 0. Simpson officiated as Crown Prosecutor, and Mr. Parkinson was also present from the Crown Solicitor's office. Messrs. Pickbuin, Ackland and J. Gannon, and Browning barristers, were also present, as well as all the local solicitors. Alleged Abominable Offence. Richard Thomas Foster was charged with haying committed an unnatural offence on Hildred Morris, a girl at tho age of 11 years, at Lower Bucca, on Iho 1st March last. Prisoner pleaded not guilty and elected to conduct his own defence. .Jury— Joseph Clarke, T. P. Tindal, Donald McPhoo. James Connor, John Woods, Walter Boor man, Bradshaw Campbell, George Lacey, J. Leonard, E. Parkinson, W. Harrison, Thomas Dalby. Accused challenged two jur ors. The Crown Prosecutor stated the facts of the case, as disclosed in the Polfce Court examina tion. Hildred Morris, on being sworn, deposed that on the date mentioned she hnd her sister ...
Not Knowing What Else to Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 26 April 1898
Not Knowing What Else to Do. To save ourselves trouble and suffering by learning from the experience of others— that is ' the wiBdom of history. Otherwise every general tion, and every man and woman therein, would have to begin back where their ancestors did. Every soul of us has to learn the alphabet for himself ; but after that he can read and bonefii by what others have written. Is that idea plain „= T.000 in a. nnlifc nod ? Yos. Well, then, let us gee whether ib has anything to say to the facts ?set forth in the followfng letter :— 'After my confinement,' writes a woman, 'in Augnst o£ l83t year (1893), I could not get up try strength. My food did not seem to be of any use to me. In 3ome way I was ill, but I could not give a name to the aiiment. My tongue was swollen and thickly coatad, and I was oonstantly spitting out the thick phlegm which gathered in my throat and mouth. No matter how little food I took— even a morsel— it gave me great pain at the chest and sides ; and someti...
No Flirting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 26 April 1898
No Flirting. '?Two big policemen stand guard before the ':? Louisville School of Medicine everyday at the v time the Girls' High School is dismissed. Their ?' duty is to prevent the medical students from * flirting with the young women of the high school. The two institutions join. Professor Bartholo mew, of the Girls High bchool, appealed to Chief of Police Taylor a few days ago for pro tection for the girls. Ho said that tho students had been making desperate efforts to flirt with his charges. -Now two large Hiborian members ;of the force stand with stolid countenances while the various types of Kentucky beauty pass : before them. The students have bsen warned ?''that the calaboose awaits any one who dares ' evenloukat a schoolgirl.