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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

ggBJggB.T'1 ''''''' ' ? ' . -. .. T-T^-w*; Shipping Intelligence. DBDariuiras. Kallatina (s), 680 tons, Captain John Magee, for Sydney, May 4.— MesduinuB Bishop (2), 'Williama and family, -McGill; MisseB MoGill,' Cavanagh, Neweombo (2), A. Gray. Grice, fiTaolean, Burgess ; Messrs. Williams, J . H. Gibson, Earroll, Davies, D. Bawdeu, W. b. 'White, ©. 0. Law, Saddington, Ntfsrcombe, W. Howe, fflhomnson, Bishop and son, llev. J. a. Scott, P. Gwythfir, G. D. Young, 0. W. Fitz gerald, Rtfv.'McGill, and 10 in the second cabm. Arrivals. City of G-bajton (e), S25 tons, Captain D. AnthoD, from Sydney, May 3.-.Mo3dames Kingsioxd, X. Goorgo, D. Howoll Casaidv, EobinsoD, Goraghty ; Misses Short, Kingrford ; M«csre. W, Farmer, H. McLachlan, I). H. 'Warbyi MoDougal, Geraghty, P. Kingsford, P. Love, H. Perkins, Key. J. Maokay; Master Kingsford, and 8 in second cabin. Crossed the bar at 6.35, arrived at Maolean 8.30, and loft again at 10.15. Miscellaneous. The City of Graf ton on Saturday took 1604...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Shipping Notice. VjORTji ; ~COAST STEAM NAVIGATION \i COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. OITY OF 'G-BAFTOH, - Captain D. Anthon, y LEAVES SYDNKY FOR GRAF- d ?1 Yx&v TON every TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 ^MTm^o'cIoo!:; and LEAVES GRAFTON , &££«££§» FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY ? MORNING at 6 o'olook. i* g.S. KAX&ATZNA, Captain Joiik Maokh, LEAVES SYDN 13 Y TOR GHAFTON every SAT DRDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES URAFTON FOHSYPNI2Y every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at G o'clock. e ..SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager.'' '' If '* ? L , ? at Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLA'CHLAN '. \ ' and COMPANY, Eiver-street, MACLEAN, AUCTIONEERS ami VALUATORS, HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collected, m VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. AGENTS for the loading LIFE- and FIRE In surance Companies. LAND AGENCY business rccoivoa 'duo attention. ? Oommissioa Agents and Produce Morcliaats, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864], B WE ooliclt Consignments of every .d'sserlpklon of FARM PRODUCE,...

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Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. Sabbath, May 8. — Maclean 11, Palmer's Channel 3. — Eev. D. Maolnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. StraDAY, May 8. — Maclean, 11. — Mr. D. Shearer. Tuesday.1 — Fellowship, Association, Maclean, 7.45. Church of England. Sunday, May 8.— Harwood 11. Chutswortb. 3, Maclean 7, Yamba 11 (Lay Helper). Tues day—Mr. Essex's 3.— Kev. J. W. Upjohn. Roman G&tholic Church. Sunday, May S. — Msbb : Lawrence 9, Maclean 11, Benediction 7.30.— Eev. Father Kiely. Suuday, May 8. — Mass: Iluka 11. — Bev. Father Reade. Wesleyan Church, Sunday, May 8. — Maclean 11, Harwood 3, Onatswortb 1.— Eev. G. H. Barrett. Maclean 7, — Mr. John Skinner. ?

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Oomqaercial. The rprioe of kerosene has advanced at Well iagton, N.Z., froDB$9s 4d to 12s a case. Frists of cheese are hardening in the London market omug to the war. At foe OtareuEa stock sales on Saturday, Mr 'ty. Small, jun., lepcrts selling 800 head at tatis&Lotory priooa. Mr. W. J. Hawthorne re r\na*4-n cu\\\ir\rr Oft nfflAra rt4: 55a 4-r\ A.r,a Avxi nntna iLOa springexs 76s to 64s. $taelean current prices : Dairy butter 10d, factory Is 2dpeilb ; eggs Is 3d per doson ; iowls Is 6d to 2s ; 4uc&s la 9d to 3s 6d per pair. Henry Priestly -wired last night : — Maizo dry, 2s 3d. Pigs. 3d- Eggs, la 3d. Jo%n See & Co. wired last night : — Maize dull at 28 3d to 2s 3d, and musfc come lower if Buoh enormous shipments continue. 34,000 bags arrived since Monday week and 5000 bags are arriving to-night. Pigs dull at 4d. One result of the war is the increased price of flour in N.S. W. Since the outbreak of hostilities it has advanced over £1 per ton and is still risin...

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He Went to the Rush. A GOOD GOLDFIEDS YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

He Went to the Bush. A GOOD GOLJVFIEDS YARN. Many a good y,-\rn in told by minors of the old digging days in Victoria when money was thrown about like wator, and when scarcely n fortnight passed without some phonomenal find of a rush being reported. Perhaps iho best story of this (tlfiuo wn hfivn nnmn f.nvocq {a mut wn nlin fi*rn»i a contemporary (says a Victorian journal). Tho gentleman most interested, Mr. .T. A. Francis, of 191 Ileidlcberg-roac', Olifboii Hill, Victoria, went to tho Mt. Brown rush early in 1882, and ho has also prospected in Parker's Uniiod Jiirdons and on tho Old Shamrock. Speaking of tho journey, Mr. Yraneis says : — 'My trip to tho interior resulted in my re turning with a little specie, and an attack of general debility, owing to insufficient food and bad water, which afterwards settled into what tho medical officers of tho Ballarat hospital (which I attended as an out-patient), pronounced a bad caso of sciatica. 'I was living thtn at Black Hill, and for some...

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FENTON FRIARS. CHAPTER I. A CLOUD UPON THE FRIARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

FEN TON Fill AllS. CHAPTER I. A CLOUD UPON THE FHIARS. ' Only three weeks, child ; tho now year will hardly havo dawned upon us ore we must no. You have setm mnny happy Ohrihtmasscs nt the Friars, but this will be; your last.'. ' Do not troublo on my nccount, mumma. My life here has been very happy ''Iced. It is you who will feel the change.for tho blow has fallen heaviest upon you.' The last speaker was n beautiful girl ol about 18, who sat in the. window sent of u low but well-furnished room. In a massive mahogany chair of antique type, which was drawn up by tho side of a spacious fireplace, sat u middlc aged lady, who, though convcrsini; occasionally with her daughter, appeared to bo absorhed in reflections of a depressing character. Tim room was one of the comfortable sitting-rooms of Fonton Friars in which raottci; and daughter were wont to discuss such familv mattors us they bold; most sacred. This particular afternoon they conversed upon a topic: which for some weeks past had...

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Klondyke Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Klondyke Goldfields. According to all accounts (says the 'Evening Standard,') the stato of lawlessness, violence, and crime that prevails on the United States side of the boundary line near the Klondyke goldflalds equals, if it does not exceed anything that occurred in the early days of the tJaliiornian gold discoveries. The authorities— if authorities there are —make no attempt what ever to maintain order, and it would seem, in deed, that officialism is too occupied in collect ing money in the shape of duty upon imported goods to give a thought to other matters. Upou the Canadian side of the line tho reverse of all ofjall this is the case. It. is asserted that few, if any, murders have taken qlacc in Dawson City, and that the mounted police preserve the most perfect order. There may be some over coloring on both sides, but there can be no doubt that there is a great contrast between the comparative observance of the law on the side of the border and the reign of lawlessness on the ...

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Description of College Silo. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

. Description of College Silo. Early in 1894 a properly constructed silo was authorised, and this has now been completed in a highly substantial and satisfactory manner. The site chosen waB on ground with a grade of 1 in GO feet. Before excavating for pit a drain was laid with agricultural G-in. drain-pipes, at an average depth of Gft. Gin., the pipes covered over with oosc boulder-stones within 2 feet of the surface, to prevent soakago of water into tho silo. Tho silo was then excavated to a depth of 10ft. Gin., the bottom being good stiff clay. All the clay taken from the pit was used in puddling behind tho walls, and n portion of tho onrth for banking up tho sides above ground 4ft. Gin. high x 9ft. on tho biiso. The size of the silo, as finished, is 40ft. x 12ft. x 15ft. deep, 4ft. Gin. being above the ground, the pit being divided into two equal compart ments. The whole of the walls and supports for roof are of sawn ironbark, strongly framed together and covered with a somi-circ...

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DISEASE DEFIED! HEALTH INSURED! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE RECORD. More lives saved by Clements Tonic than by all other medicines combined. A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIC. IS SUCCESSFUL. READ THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

DISEASE DEFIED ! HEALTH INSURED ! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE RECORD. More lives saved by Clements Tonic than- by all other medicines combined. ? A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIC. IS SUCCESSFUL. ? READ THE EVIDENCE. Mr. George McGrath. Nelligan, N.S-.W. 'writes on October 21st, 1896.— I write this in acknow ledgement of Clements Tonic as a cure for indi gestion. I suffered from that complaint so lontr that I felt firmly convinced I should never be cured. I had tried all kinds of medicines andt spent considerable sums of money without any good results. I was careful in my diet. 13 months a»o I first tried Clements Tonic, after reading of a case similar to mino being cured by the above remedy, and I have much pleasure m stating that after a few weeks' course of Clements Tonic I conld eat any food without having disagreeable pains, and I huve been in good health ever Bince. Hoping that other sufferers wi'l try Clements Tonic for indigeB tion. —...

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Butter Making in Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Butter Making in Denmark.: Mu. Bartram, in. 1896, gathered the following data whilst in Demark and Sweden. Coming from a practical man, the information may be relied upon. The annual rent paid for dairy farma is from 20s to 303 per acre. Good dairy cowh wilu a uuccer record are always worth about £10. It takes on the avorago 2Glbs of milk to produce lib of butter. A good con gives about GOOlbs of milk in' a season of nine months. None but good cows aro kept. Aver age price of calves is about Ss each. Skimmed' milk is worth Id per gallon in the country and 2d per gallon in and near towns. Pigs six months old, fit for market, are worth 45s. Tho cost of separating nnd manufacturing, including package, salt, paper, etc., runs into about 2-Ad per Ib, from tho time the milk is received until the time the butter is ready for transit from th? factory. Skim milk has three uses— household, cheese-making, and pig-feeding. On tho aver age it takes about three «orea to keep a cow,

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A Cable Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

A Gable Marriage. The oddest marriage in the history of South Africa haB just taken place at Pretoria and Hol land. Tho bride and groom wore the trifle of 6000 miles apart. Tho circumstances surround ing the case make it an almost international marriage. The bridegroom was Ernest Van Trotsen burgh, tho head of the State Telegraphic Department. Tho bride was Miss E. H. Mora man, a resident of Amsterdam, Holland. It was, in fact, a marriage by proxy, with the aid of the cable. All arrangements for the marriage had been made by letter and cable, the time having been agreed upon, the difference in time between Pretoria and Amsterdam being allowed for, and each party knew at a certain moment just ex actly where tho other was and what it was pre pared to do. In the Hotel Kruger, tho bridegroom and his friends mot. A wire from the cable had been run to the room, and the arrangements had been completed whereby it was possible to secure direct connection with Amsterdam, and therefore it was ...

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A PRECIOUS VILLAIN. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

IWIOBSILLAIN. ? ♦?♦?* — ?— - - BY GROSVENOR BUNSTER. CHAPTER I (Continued.) « It matters not,' said the professor, munching his bread and cheese with vigour, so that as his 'jaws opened aj°d closed, his head seemed to rise and fall in co-operation,, as it were. ' It matters not. I looked aroundt. I see, yes, the usuai iace — me us-utu head— not too much good, not too much bad. What you call der gomnienblace— der best to be. But your boy, dere, mit the cat's head — he is worth study. I should like to watch him— yah— all his life. He is glever— y.es, he is glever — eh ?' and he looked inquiringly at the doctor. ' A young gentleman of very re markable-' abilities,1' said the doctor. ' Irideedj ..of singular capacity.' He does not work hard— he studies but little,77»as I observe and as my assistants report. Nevertheless, he. is always ready with -hij iesrons';. He seems but to glance at a subject;*ai)d so masters it. -:!-' really am surprised at your judgment', Professor, ' No soul ! Tu...

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The Queen and Mr Gladstone [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

The Queen and Mr Gladstone There is an old story going the rounds in England (says the New Yokk Thibuke) to the effect that the Queen's anxiety regarding Mr. Gladstone's health, which causeB her to require two telegraphic reports eveay day, is not based solely, on reasons of Slate. Many years ago, the story runs, tho Queen and Prince Albert were unattended on a country road, and passed a Gipsy camp. Prince Albert laughingly suggested that they should have their fortunes told, and they approached the camp. An old woman appeared and looked first at the hand of the Prince, but the first glance made her drop it, and she refused to tell what ahe saw, saying 'Yuu live, with the sun but the dark will soon deepen.' Then A er Majesty's palm was offered. The Gipsy looked and then knelt. 'I am in tha presence of one who is great in this world,' she 'said, 'and I give you homage, though I know not what you are. Your days shall bo long, but sorrow will not spare you, and when your end comes, thu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

You cannot go wrong for a suit at Melatjryj

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

When in doubt toll tho truth. Hunger is '.ho handmaid of genius. Bead tho Advocate and you will like it This journal haB a backbone. An Irishman, isked a Scotchman, ono day why a railway engine was always called she, Sandy replied, 'perhaps it's on account of th'e horrible noise it makes when it tries to whistle.' In the West Australian Supremo Court, during tho hearing of a sly grog-selling case, the judge stated that the system of employing informers was infamops and against the spirit of tha law. Men's Good Bluchor Boots, 3s 3d. H. E. Frape. — Adv. 'You are a widow, living with, your husband I believe ?' was how the Crown Prosecutor (Mr. MoriartyJ interrogated a witness in tho cattle stealing case at Armidale Circuit Court on Wednesday, and the laughter which followed waa heartily joined in by bench, bar, and public. Such a 'bull' was vory appropriate to a cattle stealing case ! A recent traveller gives a description of Jerusalem: 'Jorusalom has no clubs.no bar rooms, no beer-gar...

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Ensilage at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Ensilage at the Hawkesbury Agricul . . ? turaT College. . ? In 1893, during May, a temporary pit waa excavated in -a piece of rising ground in one of the paddocks, with acoop and bullocks.. Over 100 tona of white en Bilage corn an,d sorghum were carted into cms pic, cne drays ueing unvcu over uiu mass with each load, so as to consolidate it. The earth was used for weighing and covering the silage, and was brought to a tine peak to throw off the rain. The pit was opened in August, and the silage found, to bo in splendid condition, and was of great service to our milch cows during tho winter months, the only drawback being that it was not chaffed. Mr. Thompson on Earth-pit Ensilage : 1 1 am in a complete stnto of ecstasy over tho success of the earth-pit ensilage made from green maize. As tho matter of expense in building silos, &c, has militated very considerably in tho past against the adoption fjenerally of this system of preserving fodder, I am of opinion that tho practice...

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THE POOR FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

THE TOOtt FAIOCER. You hoar the ury on every hand How wicked it was to tax tho land, For who ? he brunt of tho tax would stand ? The poer unfortunate farmer! 'Twos not the mau with tJio acres wide, Who owned the best of the country-side, But tho farmer's fate they nil decried, The poor unfortunate farmer ! But who, when tho tax goes on, will frown ! Whose lips hangs low, and whose mouth turns down ? The people who own the land in town, Not tho poor unfortunate fanner ! — Obanqe Leader, . i

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Ensilage up to Date. Travelling Agricultural Inspector. The Value of Silage. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Ensilage up to Date. From the Agricultural Gazelle of N.S. TV: By J. L. Thompson, Travelling -Agricultural Inspector. Tho Value of Silage. Some of. the following matter has ap peared in the '-Gazette' before, but I think that the importance of placing all the facts at our disposal before readers ia sufficient to warrant some repetition. A coorl rlniil haaboeh written as to tliH value of silage, and in tsoms instances its importance has beetiover-estimnted. A circular was issued by tho Depart ment of Agriculture of U.S.A. to 4,000 farmers, asking them to report on- tho value of silage. Not one said a word against it. The following aro'some of the replies received : — 1. ' It will double the stock-carrying capacity of our farrna'.' 2. ' It gives a vigour and healthy ap pearance not seenin hay-fed cattle.' : 'We can double- tho stock, thus increase the. fertility and value of our farms.' 3. ' It enables one with a little land to keep a large ailiouiiit'o'f stock.' 4. ' We believe stobk...

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Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Good Templary. The annual meotintr of tho C. R. District Lodge No. 4, I. O.G.T. was held in the G. T. Ball, Uniou-atreet, on Wednesday evening last. Bro. J. M'Lachian, D.C.T. presided, and there were representatives present from the Rock of Refuge (Maclean), Victory (Palmer's Island), and Record Koign (Jung s Ureek) lodges. Tho following officers were chosen for the ensuing year :— Bro. S. M-Kinnon, D.C.T. ; Bro. D. M'lutyre, D.Y.I. ; liro. C. Napper, D. Coun (ro-elocted) ; Bro. R. J, M'Donald, D. Sec. (re elected) : Bro. C. Gorman, D.T. (re-elected) audD S.J.T. ; Bro. J. M'Lucblan, DE.S. ; Rev. Bio. J. S. Scott, Chaplau; Bro. W. Sulman D.M. ; Bro. D. Gilles, D.G. ; Bro, R. llankin, D. Sent. ; Bro. Don. Anderson, D.A.S. It was decided that the Executive visit Palmer's Islaud ou Wednesday next, for the purpose of resusoi tatiug tho Viotory lodge, whioh has been dor mant for some time. Iu the absence of auy recommendation it was decided to hold the. next quarterly re-uuion of, lodges....

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 6 May 1898

Ljocal Notes and News. Six out of seven N.S.W. newspapers favor federation. A baby-farming sensation is reported from 0-lon Innes. Wanted : An anti-federalist who has read the Bill. Mr. E. P. Richards, solicitor, has decided to start praotico in Grafton. Tho Rev. J. S. Scott left Maclean on Wednes day on a threo weeks' trip to Sydney. A social will bo held at siiarK uroeu on wea nosday night next iu aid of tho Maclean Roman Catholic Presbytery fund. Messrs. Mullano and Mackay's tender £98 12s fid, for improvements to Lowor Southgato Public School has boon accepted. Casiuo Agricultural Socioty hold their next show ou Thursday and Friduy nearest tho full moon in April, 1899. Mr, Waut ouce promised to draft and intro duco a Bill for the amendment of the Libel Laws. How has ho kept that promise ? Mr. L. F. Hoydon retired fro-n tho Assembly in ordor to moro closely attend to his practice as a solicitor. What member of the anti-Federal party ever secured an onactcnont or even drafted a Jb...

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