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Constitution Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Constitution Bill. TiiE bill framed by tho recent Federation Conven tion iu Melbourne is now printed and is being for warded through the pent to electors throughout tho colony. Every elector will have a copy of the bill, aud, in addition to this, extra copies will bo for warded to public officers, such as post offices, Sohool of Arts, aud other places of kindred character, 60 that there shall be tin additional safeguard for people who may inadvertently bo overlooked in the distri bution by means of tho post.

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THE ROSE OF PRESSBURG. A MYSTERY OF LOVE AND MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

THE ROSE OF PRESSBURG. VA MYSTERY OF LOVE AND . MURDER. Preasburg on tho Danube, overlooked by the Little Carpathians, rising up as it were from its very streets, and by tho great gloomy castle, in which the Hungarian nobles once swore to die for 'our 'king,' Maria Theresa,' maybe fitly called one of the dead cities of Hungary. For muny u hundred years it was the capital of the kingdom of St. Stephen and the crowning place of all its monarchs. Since 1848. however, it has been but tho sorrowful shadow of its iornier sen. Prcssburw is notr the favourite residence ot retired officers and civil servants, whose modest pensions forbid them tho luxury uf life in Vienna or Budiipestb. Hencu it is facetiously known an Pensionopolis. In the Michaoli-street— one of the quaintest and. most characteristic survivals of the old city — stands a three-storied house, with a covorod balcony on the first story, which was tenanted some few years ago by Ferenez Vaszar.y, a man who, having spent tho best ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Men's Good Blu.oh.oi1 Boots, 3a' 3d. H., £!? 3?i-apo,— AdY,

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Ensilage up to Date. Travelling Agricultural Inspector. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Ensilage up to Date. From the. Agricultural Gazette of N.S.1V. By J. L. Thompson, Travelling Agricultural Inspector. Notwithstanding all that has been written or published under this heading, it is really surprising how fow stock owners have taken the precaution of preserving wintor food for their cattle by this method. The preservation of fodder in tho shape of silage, with all its succulent juices retained, has been thorouuhl} tested by so many practicnl men that its value as a factor in economic.il stock keeping has been proved beyond question. However, there arc many oven to-day who have no knowledge of tho making of silage, either in a stack or pit, and this article is intended to put the matter plainly before stock-owners, so as to enable them to fully understand the various methods of preserving fodder in this way. First, just a word as to tho testimony of experienced men with regard to tho value of this product, particularly to tho duiry-farmer. Tho Hon. Sydnoy Smith, M.P., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Special Notices. Ten Thousand Pound Stock, FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOWROOMS ON VIEW AT . .A. HALL & COMPANY, WTHE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FTOlTISHERS..fi» HALLS' FURNITURE 13 nil of the highest olass, muko and finish HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are tho lowest HALLS' GREAT SUCCESS during the past ten years haa enabled ua to extend onr Showrooms And make them one of the Sights of Sydney Halls' New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898 post free Halls pack Country Orders free. A. HALL AMD COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, 561, 563, 565, and 567 r^GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Leave Tram fr 'Bus at Livorponl-Btreet for Hall's. in jgyj§PSaye all Middlemen's Profits. We have received ex s.s. Ophir a very LARGE SHIPMENT of Men's, Boys' and Youths Clothing, Blankets, etc, Direct from the Manufacturers. Gentlemen's Department. Sale Pkice Well Worth | Men'B Tweed Trousers ? 3/9 5/6 Men's Heavy Tweed Tronaers 5/11 8/6 Men'i Geelong Tweed ...

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A PRECIOUS VILLAIN CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

A PKECIOUS VILLAIN. ! BY GROSVENOR BUNSTER. ? ►+♦ ? CHAPTER I. IN the year 17 — , in the ancient city of Worcester, a certain Doctor Uppercut was principal of a famous school. The word ' academy ' had not then come into use : and just as houses of accommodation were known as inns or taverns, and the word hotel had not crept into the diction ary, so; was the word school held to be quite sumcienuy signuicanu ui me institution indicated. And so, albeit, Doctor Uppercut's establishment for the cultivation: of the youthful brain was one ofthe most important in the kingdom. It was known far and wide by the simple title of Worcester School.. It was held in. desired repute, not only in .the county, but, as I have hinted, throughout Great Britain. It had turned out some famous men scholars, soldiers, lawyers, clergymen, and statesmen. It was held that a youth coming, to a university from Worcester School was armed with special credentials. No wonder, therefore, that the pupils belonged, as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Joh'(uy Wuut thy otLor i)if,'Lt Wuscomplotoly in tho dark, But ho knows that Toby's bite Ain't as bud aa Toby's burk ! N.B. — Tho above lines uro not a libel on any one. ' Youths 1 to 4 Balmorals from 4s Gd, at H. E, Frupe's,— AdYi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Civility and attention to bo obtained from Mclntyre, tho People's tailor. — Adv. _ The Auvocatb's Job Printing Department is tho most complete on the North Coast. Send along your orders. In tho Supreme Court, on Monday, applica tion was made on behalf of T. H. Wilshire, forest inspector at Grafton, to make absolute) a ruio xi si to set aside the decision of Mr. J. A. U-e;igh , P.M. Tho P.M. had dismsssed a case Hfjitmst Goorgo Yoomans for taking stone from Grown Lands without a license, on tho ground Unit dei'ondunt was obtaining the stone for a road contractor by whom he was employed. Iho point of law involved was whother a road contractor hud tho sanio right in regard to Crown lands as in tho case of private lands. The point was reserved for the Pull Court. Got your Winter suits from a praotical man— Molutyro.— Ady,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

[187G— ESTADHSHKD 22 YEA11S— 1S»S]. PUBLISHED TU1DSDAYS AND FRIDAYS. KTPOSSESSES Till': LARGJOST CIUCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION-— SUBSCRIPTION : 1 A S PER YEAR (if paid in advance) ?

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Federation Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Federation Pars. ' I believe (ho Bill to bo based on tho three grea attributes of equality, fraternity, and unity. ^Equality, bcoiutse it givua to ouch man an equal vote, mid concL'dos oivio und religious liberty ; fraternity, because it ^vill break down 'the unnatural boundaries that yuj-x dividu us, the pooplo of one race, the_ sub- . jcct.s of ono Crown ; und unity, bcoauso it will infuso tho unity of sentiment in a common love of bnx country.' — '\V. J. Quiun, Singleton. Tho Lord bo thanked tb:it; William John Opposes Federation, Because tho sido thai; Lyno is on Is doomed to desolation. And had it. been tho other way, The friends o£ Federation Mi^-lit well lmvo felt, with grim dismay, Wo no'ci1 could be u nation ! — Ohanoe Leader. The. Federal commotion has had ono very remark ablo ofTojt. It. has enabled us to discover extraor dinary democratic enthusiasm in people who have luthei'toQposcd and spoken as castiron conservatives. The anti-Federal campaign was opened by a Labor me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Shipping Notice. \TORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION jN COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. GXTY OF~GBA3jTGSr, A Captain 0. Aktiion, I LWAVJ2S bV'DI-IKV' FOR GRAF- ^ -I 1s&\ TON every TU'OSDAY NIGHT at 9 ^,|3O^_ o'clonk ; arid LEAVES GKAFTON P. s^laS^sT FOIi SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at G o'olook. r^T S.S. 3SALLATI2TA, Captain John Maoick, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GLIAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 1) o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTONFOltSYPNEY overy WEDNESDAY MOJRNINQ, nt 6 o'clock. Hna SAMUEL SICE, LocM Manager. If yi ? ? - ? _ attii Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, Eiver-streeb, MACLEAN, ?AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ?ESTATES MANAGED aud RENTS Collected, t=s VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. AGENTS for the* leading LIFE and FIRE In suranco Companies. LAND AGENCY business reeeive3 duo attention. J 0 H H SEE AND CO., Commission Agents aad Produce Merchants, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864], AD WE Boiioit Consignments of every ^iictiptlon of BIR FARM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

A DENSE POPUIATIOX. They say the country's .sparsely populated, . Aud tho statement may bo truthful in a sense, .But unless it votes for being federated, We'll coucludo the population must be dense. .— OitAUGE LeaDEB, Tin: Leichhardt Labor' Leaguo (eays a country paper) objects to the Bill baeause ' it is antagonistic to tho hpirit of Federation, is extremely provincial and ill-advised.' These objeations are just as defin ito and as forcible as if the Bill were declared to be unpleasantly bluo, irritatingly magenta, alarmingly yellow, dsspairingly heliotrope, emphatically mauve, and peculiarly pink. Tho color-blind critios may yet read the Bill. Says tho Albuky Post : — ' A slap in the face has been given by the electors of Hay to Mr. James Ashtou, the member for the electorate. Mr. Ashton, who resides in Sydney, and has become provincialised, is an anti-Federationist, but, at a public meeting the other evening, the pcoplo of Hay unanimonsly proclaimed in favor of the- Bill. A count...

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THE LABOR MEMBER'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

The Lauok Membeb's Attitude. He will not voto for Federation, For fear he'll lose his situation ! If 70,000 electors vote for Federation and 10 vote .against it, the Constitution Bill will be lost ! And yet the platypus Party talks about the right of majorities to rule !. — Oeanoe Leaded, His Eminence tho Cardinal (says a country paper) is an early riser. Ho answers all his letters before breakfast. His batch of correspondence is larger than the' Prime Minister's. He works about 13 hours a day, and takes little outdoor exercise ; yet he is a picture of health. He keeps in touch with .every phase of life in Australia, and has information, on even the most remote subjects at his finger's ends, and he never goes to bed without saying, ' God bless Federation.' 'WTieu the people themselves see the Bill and read it carefully they will bo ablo to judge for themselves that it is such a Bill as will render a light tariff in. addition to that on stimulants, and narcotics ade quate. The figure...

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Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. 'R n' ™V--*»*°leaii 11, Chatsworth 3. — Kov. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N S W Sunday,. May 1.— Maclean II.Imj. D. 83E,.£3E?. &££?* '- 3- Church of England. Sunday May l.-Macleau 11 (h.c) and 7, Tyn ^ W^tVM^ HelPer)- Wednesday -Palmers Island 7. Thursday- Yamba 7. Friday— Augowne 7.— Rov. J. W. Upjohn. Roman Catholic Church Sunday, May 1.— Mass: Shark Creek 9, Maclean 11, Benediction 7.30.— Rev. Father liioly. Sunday, May 1.— Mass : Chatsworth 9, Har woodll.— Rov. Father Reade. Wesleyan Church, .Sunday, May 1.— Maclean 11 and 7, Tyndale d. Thursday— Palmer's Channel 7.30.— Rev. G. H. 'iarrott.

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Oomnaercial. The salo is reported privately of Mr. Neil 1* razor s farm of 40 aore3 on the North Arm at a satisfactory figure ; Mr. John Colnan, t-ur- chasor, W. J'. Hawthorae reports selling at Tullys' yards ou Saturday last, 15 three year-old steers at from 33s to 49s ; heifers 41s to 61s : cows in full milk sold up to £6 a head. An important cattle sale will be held at Olarenssa sale-yards to-morrow, when 250 head from Glon Innes will be offered by Mr W S/U^11' ,. Dairymon iQ search of suitable stock will have a large numbor to select from. Maclean curront prices: Dairy butter 8d, actoryls Id per lb ; eggs Is per dozen; fowls Is Gd to 2s ; ducks Is 9d to 2s Gd per pair dry^TGd^S ar^t Isif :lMaiZa John See & Co. wired last night ?— Prima maize in good demand 2a 6'd, demand depends on weather and we advise farmers to ship steadily and regularly. pigo-, 4d. - e The South Coast and West Uamden Coopera ivo Company,Limited :— Batter.oreamery Is to Is Id; factory, 11-Jd to Is ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c, Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night ; they are a prompt and sure cure and give certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick, sure and reliable remedy for all complaints ariaing from torpid liver, indigestion, weak atomack, and impurities of the blood. They are prepared on rational and sensible lines and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by perfectly naturral means, by stimulating the liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus produoing easy evacua tions and natural catharaes without the annoy ance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful anbstitutea on 6ale in many snops. none are genuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clemsnts on tho outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such household words that imitations are frequently offered. We contend that this imitation ia the ai...

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New Shipping Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

New Shipping Line. We learn _ that airanfjemeate are in progress for ptacing an opposition atoamer in tho Clarence trade. Mr. A. Sneddon, a steamboat am.] eull'ory owner of Newcastle, has been on tho river for eome days past [nuking inquiries r,» to the advisability of establish ing u trade, and is so far satisfied ;vith tho proa ptcts that h» h»s decided to engage in the enter priBH mm wm piauo uie Pteamer South Australian in the trade between Sydney, Newcastle and tho Clarence, The South Australian ib a 700 ton steamer with a speed of )i knots ami wag up till recently one of the favorite intercolonial steamor? Sh-- is at present running b-nvten Newcastle aud Sydney in the cargo aud passenger trado She will run regular weekly trips. Mr. Soeddon ex peetstomake the first trip to tho Clarence within three weoke,

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Maclean Municipal Council. The Mayor's Ruling Dissented From. Federation Discussed. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

Maclean Municipal Council. The Mayor's Ruling Dissented From. Federation Discussed. The usual fortnightly meeting of the abovo was held on Tuesday night. Prosont — Tho Mayor, Aldormon Macnaughtan, Mncdonald, McMillan, Sou, Lobban, Kolly and O'Connor. T. A . Bateman wroto that ono of tho street lmnna li o A hnnn Krnlrnn Kotrnnrl rnnnii' nn Snn 1UU4IJU UUU UUUli UlWiVUH UDJfUllU Jl U^uu Ull kJUU~ day night, and several of tho lamps required minor ropaire. Eoforrod to tho Lighting Com mittee. Tho Mayor of Ulmarra wroto inviting tho Macloan Council to an uldormauic cricket match at Ulmarra. Rocoivod, and tho invitation aocoptod for Saturday, May 7. J. Wilson and Mourillyan wroto that they woro not in a position to proceed with tho work on Stanley-street culvert. Tho Council Clerk had, in accordanco with previous instructions from tho Council, called fresh tenders, which wore opened at a lator stage. Tho following accounts woro passed for pay ment: — .7. Macuaughtou, rout, £13; B. Briuge...

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

. Our Grafton Letter. Mk. J. She. — The Member for Grafton has been in formed that a petition from South Grafton residents for a flood reserve between the Common and Deep Creek has been referred to the District Surveyor for report. Communications have been received in re ference to tho South Grafton Glen Innes road and tho road to M'Intosh's, Kangaroo Creek, and fur thor communications will be made on these matters Poxice Courts. — On Friday,- before Messrs. 'L. Jacobs and A. Lipmau, John Cramp, on remand on a charge of stealing a bull the property of P. Mac noinara, of Swan Creek, was, after tho hearing of ?further evidence, dischaiged. ? Patrick Collins, of Woolgoolga, on remand, deemed to be insane, was ordered' to be forwarded to tho Hospital for the Insane at Gludesvillcy on certificates from Drs. Huuloy and Henry. ? In tho affiliation case, JSvolyn Williamson v. Herbert liiiss, evidence was given by complainant and her mother and by defendant, and the case adjourned for a fort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 29 April 1898

A Popular Sailing Enthusiast is Cured by Bile Beans. SUFFERED FROM BILIOUS ATTACKS INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, AND PAINS AFTER EATING. PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY FAIL. BILE BEANS EFFEOT A THOROUGH CURE. One of the most popular and prominonfc en thusiasts in yachting u Mr. .Too Thiering, of Balmnin. Ho is ono of the oklost inombers of tho Johnson's Biy Siiiing Club and tho Flying Squadron, in both of which ho has takon nn active part for a number of years. Ho has beon sailing in Sydney for ;!5 years, and his opinion on this grand hijnrt i* regarded with great es teem. Although Mr. Thiering would bo takon for a strong, healthy man, it was learnt a few r- ? ? . .ii,,^ days ago that t he had suffor f\ ed from severe i m r b i 1 1 i o u s y'\\\ - A t t ncko, yf : y ' V Head ^cheo, /\!l j ' \\ n.n^ Indipres j/llill I ^ \ v t'onforanum- *2j»../X\\\\ \\ I v \ N. ber of yeara. j /£---? ? x..'Lx i^W\ /??*' ow a letter ^^^m^&W&fed*- received from — ' .^m0?£0m®^ Mr. Thiering ?' -1—...

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