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When a Girl is Nineteen. WHAT SHE TALKS ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

When a Girl is Nineteen. WHAT SHE TALKS ABOUT. A maiden's maidenly confessions aro always interesting, not only to her own aex, but; like- wise to the other sex. Particularly interesting will prove thu uxperiunco of Miss Petren Potor son, of Fe'uhorston North Island, Now Zealand. ?' I am 1!) years of ago,' said Miss Putren Peterson, of l'Vailim'stun, North Island, Now Zealand, to a prusa rtprosontmivo who intur viowod her lust month, ' and ainco I was 15 I have beon sutfuring, moro or lo.ss. I had ucute palpitation of cho heart, which was brought about by aiiauinia or bloodlesaiit;S3, to which I was long a martyr. Whonever I run upstairs wy heart would thump violently against ny sides, and I would bo quite speechless for several moments until I recovered my breath. JSighl after nighi I coaaed, weary and worn out on my bed, trying vainly to sleep. I had fearful attack that frequently it caused me to scream out in very desperation. I was always in a weak, low stute, and never felc fit...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

rriENDEBS wanted for the aupply of 20 COKD.S JL FIREWOOD. Particulars from A. 0. -BAKRY, Colonial Sugar .Refining Co. Ltd., Harwood. FARM AT PALMER'S ISLAND, WITH FRONTAGE TO RIVER. To be leased by tender for 12 months, and now occupied by Mr. John Marsh, whose kase expires on 30th June, 1898. The Purtn ia known as Fitzhenry'e, and consists of portion No. 159, parish Tdloumbi, containing 77 acres. Possession 1st July, 1898. Tenders in writing to be sent to undor.iigned by Saturday, 4lh June, and to contain fullest informa tion aB to rent coffered, and the . highest or any tender not neeesstirily accepted. JOHN H. MUNRO, Auctioneer, . Agent Hill's Estate. Graftou, 10th Maj, 1S98. pURVES' ESTATE, LOWER OLAltliNCE, 7 Dairy and Mixed Farms, Near MAC'jEAN, with river frontage, To bo LEASED BY TENDER for threo or fivo yeara, and now occupied by tenants of tho Estate, whose leases expire on 30th June, 1898, They consist of PortionBNo. 178, pariah Tnloumhi, 02 acres .-Portions '-No. 179. pa...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

General Sporting. The Russian Government has purchased the famous racehorse Gaitee Moore for £25,000. The Refekee's gold medal fur Australia's champion bowler will be presented to M. A. Noble by the Mayor of Paddington on Monday next. The following team will represent Palmer's Channel in an nil-day match against Taloumbi on Saturday next at Palmer's Channel :— G. Carter G. StokeB, J. Orr, J. Wani, J. Smith, S. Blanch. H. Castle, W. McPherson, H. Hollands, W. Marsh, J. Carter ; emer., J. John Palmer's Channel defeated Palmer's Island on Saturday last by 4 wickets and 1 run. Palmer'3 Channel 56— G. Carter 14, G. Stokes 13, ^Y? McPhersun 7, J. Carter 6, J. Smith 6. G. Orr look 1 wicket fur 6 runb, J. Robs 3 for 23, D. Matier I for 11. Palmer's Iaknd 55— J. Maher 12, F. Luy 10, G. Johnson 6. G. Orr 5. 'W. Mursh took 4 wickets for 10 runs, G. Carter 3 for 10, H. Castle 1 fur 8, P. Stokes 1 for 12, Tho following will represent Harwood in a football match aaainat Maclean on Saturday :— D. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Finance Report. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Federal Finance Report. SYDNEY, Thursday. Tiie Federal Financo roport was issued yesternight, both, sides claim it as a triumph for thoir cause. Tho report shows briefly that tho primary cost of Federation to N.3.W. will be about L232,900 over and above the present expenditure, being at the rate of 3s 6d per head of population. The secondary cost of increased customs taxation wiU be between 1/1,200,000 and Ll,480,000,~ accor ding to the tariff decided on,resulting in a surplus of from Ll,000,000 to Ll, 250,000. Whether this is the real cost or not will depend on whether the surplus is remitted back to tho people in the form of reduced taxation. It is estimated that a total oi Lll,000,000 will oe required to place all the states in a position to meet their financial requirements, lent if West Australia is excluded, L8,000,000 wil bo sufficient.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Men's Good Blucher Boots, 3s 3d. II. E. Frapo. — Adv. Rend tho AnvocviE. Tho only live paper circulating in the Claronco olectorato. ' No fit no money' is tho game played a' Mclntyro's.— Adv. Woman's Cnlf Oxford Walking Shoes, 2s lid at H. E. Frapo's.— Adv. Roiul tho Advocate and you will liko it This jpw»»l has a baolxboaoi IMPOUNDING NOTICE, Impounded at Lnwronoo on che 13th May, 1898, from Myall Creek, by Mr. Lang Olive — Ono Brindle and White Heifer, branded on the off rump like V8 53 ; piece out of tho off ear. If not rokiised will bu koM at this pound nt noon on tho 2nd day of June, 1898. GEOROK DA.VISON, Poundkeoper. Meetings. MACLKAN FEDERATION LEAGUE ? , Meetings will he held under tho auspictiB of the MV.cleFin Federation Luaguo, at -which addresses will bo delivered in aupuort of the Draft Bill by Mr. D. SEE, Mr. T. MoL, LOBBAN, nnd other members of tho Maolean League, and Mr. SAMUEL SEE of tho Graftnn League, as under :— PALMERV. ISLAND — in Snhool of ArtB, TO NIGHT (FRI...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation League. Lively Meeting at Chatsworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Federation League. Lively Meeting at Ohatsworth. On Wednesday night a meeting undor tho auspicusof tho Macloau Federation Leugiu was hold at Ohatsworth. Several mombors of tho League and othors journey od down by tho Loma, which had buou kindly placed at tho disposal of tho visitors by Mr. S. tiuo, who at toudud by invitation. Tlio visitors 011 arrival ioutul a tair audtouco assoinblou, including a nuinbor of ladios, Mr. F. Sohwonborg was voted to tho cliair, aud iutroducod the first speaker, Mr. D. Suo. Mr. Soo said thoro was a groat deal of con sternation among the pooplo who wanted to stay as thoy wore. Thoro was a groat deal of opposition to tho Bill from tho lowor ordor of of M'hP. (cries of no, no, aud, what about Want). Throe-fourths of tho opposition to this catno from tho Lubor Party Tho Bill was not a cast iron one. hb had boon alleged, but could bo amended by roforring it back to tho peoplo. It was bettor to tnko it with auy lit: lo defaots thoro may beiu it than to throw...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FEDERAL FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

The Fhdkrax, Football Match. Barton ho's tho Federal back, And captain of tho men. The Fedorul three-quarters are Davo Seo, and Sum, and Lobban. The five-eight man's McG-uren. Jack Murray is behind tho scrum, And if the forwards only shove Tho ball is bound to come. Jaok Want ho is. the; Ann back, His stylo is very fine, The Anti-fed, three-quarters are McFarlane, Sohwpnberg1, Lyne. Tho five-eighth man is Coghlan, 'Soppy Dowiing' plays scrum-half, Tho forwards are tho Labor crowd And Tho Gkip and Teleghaph. The Hbiuld, News and Abvooatk Barrack for tho Constitution, And how they drown tho feeble yolls Of Anti -Billions opposition. When tho evontful third comes round Bo Huro that uationnl prido Will prompt thoRe who aro on the fence To como down on tho Federal side.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wjednesdat. Addressing an cntliu.iinst.io mooting nt NarrnnderO yesterday Mr. BiU'tou declared that Mr. Boid, in Booking to diinm fedtuatiou, hud unwittingly done tho cause great good. Mr. Bruce Smith says ho bolievestho roport of tho I'edoial Financial Committeo will show that tho Ant.UBilli.Mt* htia greatly exaggerated tho cost of .Doctoral ion to tins colony. JljThc Finanoo Committeo appointed in Tasmania dm reported that colony Ht.au du to loose £7-1, 731 undor the Commonwealth Bill. Mr. Chaiuborhiin's speech has creatod great un. enmness in New Zenland, whoro it is proposed to en. roll every citizen capable ot bearing nrinB. Mr. T. M. Slattery, who is contesting tho Fitzroy electorate, is an uncompromising opponent of the Commonwealth Bill. Ho hold a successful mooting last night, and waa accorded a uuuniinous voto oi confidence. In replying to a deputation yesterday the Minister for Labor expressed himsolf in favor of oompuliory arbitration in lubov disputes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

? ? Special Notices. Ten. Thousand Pound Stock, FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOWROOMS ON VIEW AT * ' A. HALL & COMPANY, -^THE XTITIVEKSAL HOUSE FUBWlSHERS.jg* HALLS' FURNITURE i.s all of tho highest claw, m ilto and finish HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, nro tho lowest HALLS' GREAT SUCCESS during tho p.ist ten yeara has enabled ua to extend ourvShowrooma and make thorn one of tho Sights of Sydney Halls' New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898 post free Halls pack Country Orders free. A. HALL AND COMPANY, ;: -. Manufacturers and Importers, '''???-?'??661, 663, 665, and 667 (^'GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Leave Tram fr 'Bub at Liverpool-street for Hall's. ' ' ' . f||lFBSaYe all Middlemen's Profits. We have received ex s.s. Ophir a very LARGE SHIPMENT of Men's, Boys' and Youths Clothing, Blankets, ate., Direct from the Manufacturers. ?-????: .Gentlemen's Department. ''' -; 'Sale Price Well Worth | Men's Tweed Trousers ? 3/9 ? 5/6 Me...

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Spanish American WAR. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Spanish American WAR. LONDON, Tuesday. Mahtial law .has been proclaimed iu the Canary Islanus, which are uudor the (Spanish flag. Further particulars of the attack by four Amorican warships upon Oienfuogo3 show that tho forts wero destroyed aud many Spaniard? killod. Eight casualties are reported on the side of the Americans, who cut the cables con nected Oienfuegos with Havana. Two American war correspondents havo beeu captured by the Spaniards at Cardonas, and it is feared that they will be shot as spies. ? The American fleet off Manilla captured the Spanish gunboat Calloa while the latter wns entering the harbor in ignorance of the block ade. Eeports from Madrid states that two Spanish gunboats at Ha vaua attacked fire smaller war ships of tho American blockading Sent and com peted them to retire, one being seriously dam aged. Commodore Schley's squadron has been ordered to proceed to Kdj West immediately. The Spauish, at the request of the Dutch authorities at Ouracoa, left that...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Dancing Pumps from Is (id, at H. E. Frape's. — Adv. Civility and attoution to bo obtained from Mclutyro, tho Pooplo's tailor. — Adv. Mr. P. Conlon's latest lino of direct importa tions comprises a variety of glass, china and crockery ware, which has just boon oponod up, and aro tho admiration of all boholders— an ad miration only equalled by surpriso at tho wonderfully low pneo at which they are marked. —Adv. Mr. John Hughes, M.L.C., will resign his seat in tho Council to contest Woolaharn in tho freotrade interest. This is a seat that Mr. E. E. O'Counor had his eye on. The possibilities are however, that Mr. O'Connor will contest Young against tabor Member Watson,

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Troublesome Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Troublesome Visitors. Two strangers made their presence known in Maclean on Monday by begging for food from house to houue. Being obviously under tho in fluence of liquor, their appeals did not ovoko much sympathy. At night one of thorn intru ded in the reading room of the School of Arts and made himsolf a nuisance to tho mombors. In the msimtimo the other. Edward Collins, was improving tho hours of darkness in another direction. Shortly after dark a roll of towoll lUg. ViUUUll lib blA. SUUUli^O, WUD U11B0UU HUIH Mrs. M'Calluin's store in River-street, and soon afterwards Collins sold this towolling to Mrs. North, tolling her a pitiful tulo of boing in want of bread, and that ho had travelled from Brie bane and brought tho towolliug from a ship on which ho had beou a seaman. Constable Hotfornau arrested him lator on, and on Tues Court before Mr. S. Macuaughtun.J. P. Evidenco was givou by Constable Hoilarnan and by Mrs, M'Callum and Mrs. North of the facts abovo stated. On tho accuse...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

A first class fit can be obtained ab Mclntvre's —Adv. You cannot go wrong for a suit af; Mclntyre's —Adv. Women's Plain Leather Elastio Boots, 4s Gd, H. B. Frape,

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Our Graf ton Letter. Mn. J. Sek. — The member for Grafton has been informed, that tho Government decline to giyo a special grant for the improvement of tho Armidnle roud within the municipality of South Graf ton.— Repairs to the wharves at Ivirth and South Grafton aro now iu hand and the District Engineer lias been instructed to report on mo request ior a now juity for the forry .service. — Applications for tho follow ing sums will bo^onsidered when next 0Htimiit.es aro boing prepared :—.VjI 00 for Grafton Firo Brigade, £250 for additions to Grufton Benevolent Asylum, £260 for maintenance of inmates of Grufton Benevo lent Aeyluin, and £100 for improvements to Grafton hospital. Tlivi-Tionrni- ? A,-. TVnd Tipsd n T7 ln«f tlin T)iflfrinl': Registrar in Bankruptcy held nu examination into tho affairs of Ada Langkam, of Brushgrove. Bank rupt was represented by Mr. M'Guron, Mr. A. McC. Lobban appeared for Mr. T. O. Davis, a proved creditor. Bankrupt attributed insolvency to heavy losses i...

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The Sugar Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

The Sugar Industry. Srn, — In your last issuo, your Chataworth correspondent rofora to eonio enmmonts of mine, in a provious issuo, on thn mignr industry. Your correspondont says : ' Now, iiccordin^ to Mr. Ivnox's published ntntomont, lust soason's two-yoar-old cano was wortii lla .'id por ton, so that tho grower oh cauo of that standard would looso only uinoponce por ton tindor tho now system for tho reduction of £2 duty.' I have not soon any such puhhshod statomont as ho refers to, nor havo I, on onquiry, boon ablo to obtain any information of tlio oxistonco of such ?a statomont. I would bo obliged if youv corrce pondont would givo the nnturo aud dato of tho publication he refers to. If, as your correspondent says, last year's crop wns worth 11s 3il per ton on tho basis of a £3 duty, H must, on the basis o£ tho Company's reduction of 2s por ton for each £1 reduction in the duty, havo beon worth 13s 3d to the Company, with the £4 duty which is still on. A.nd if it was worth 133 3d,...

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My Sentiments Tow. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

My Sentiments Tew.. . PBy Socthbrsite.] After 'reading that pur re the 'Consiatenoy of, Man,' in Clinking Cymhal'a last notet', ': Southern ite burst into auoh fits of nnaoatrohible: laughter, that his relatives thought the fateful moment uf his impurative incarcaration in a lunatic asylum tiuil arrived. Even nB he writes, the poor 'maniac' eon. scarcely keep from laughing outright. Once .upon a time, some young nun .save -one- of their pals.a good old tin kettle reception upon his arrival hpmewith his no wly- wedded wife. In the .vhirl gig of time another yonng man in the neighoorbood joined, the benedicta, and, true to the compact isudo on the former occasion, auother tin kettle reception waa iuauguratud, with the reauit that the bridegroom's brother made : several very un complimentary remarks about tin''kettltsr8 in ijeoeral-and this band in uarr.ieuliir. notwithatand iug that he himaalf waa ooe of the band on the previoua occasion. But then, y )n know, tin kettlinf/. like ''lii...

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In a Third-class Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

In a Third-class Carriage. Eari.v in Febrnnry of thia yonr (1894) Iwns tit.ivuliing in n third class enrriugo 111 the neigh bourhood of Uiungow. At ft stiuion two women ontered tho compartment iu which I was soated Ono wns iv girl, gaudily dressed ; the other n typical working woman. Shu had no hat or bonnet, and wore a stuff poiticoat, with n tihawl wrapped round nor. Shu vsivs a picture of rude robust health. Tho girl asked how her companion wns, remarking that she hoard sho hud beon far from wull. ' DtJtid, but I wa3,' responded tho uldor woman, ' I thocht 1 whs »l doith's door.' ' Ah suy, whnt liko was tho mattor wi' yc !'' ' I cud dao had work ; If I tried to wiwlv tho floor I got niccin ;i heart benlin', Htid my atomach fair turned at tho a'cht --' food. .1 wont to throe doctur.i, ono :if ?'or juiithcr, nnd they gnu mo bottles and bottles, buf.it didno help mu una till -a frion' tulle mo to try Mother Suig(il,s Syrup. 'Wuniiin, in -\ week I w»s better and fin 1 had tft'ou in a...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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General Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

General Notes. (By Phil.) Federation. — In that spirit- which is dominant in this progressive age, the Grafton electors called a meeting to consider the Commonwealth Bill. The chairman made an eloquent speech, throwing lighc on a few of the most controversial clauses in tne Bill, for which he received the plaudits of the eleo tors, and it was at once decided to form a League to further the Federal cause. So far, very good, but the meeting decided to go one better and invite Mr. Barton to addieae the Clarence folk on the aubjeot. The invitation was accepted oonditionaly and, as anybody might have expected, the move di-! uot pass unnoticed by the opposition general, who also deoided to visit tho district iu opposition to the Draft Bill. Now, except the League Biicceed in holding Mr. Burton to hia promise, they will Sue) they would have done more for the cause of Fed eration by working tho districts on 'their own.' Mr. Want did nut resign the Attorney-Generalship for nothing.aud depend...

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Reply to Mr. S. See. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Reply to Mr. S. See. Mr. S. See, in the course of bis .iddreso at ChatB wnrth, on Wednesday night, took exception to your correspondent's remarks in Tuesday's ia'aue. wherein the writer stated that, the Sydney mnizo market was equally aa good as tho Melbourne market sinoo tho beginning of the year, Mr. Sec was rfiOng in stating a free markot iii Victoria would increase the returns lor rnaizo irom tin; Uiarence by Jt70,0U0 an nually. Iu support of Ilia couteutioti, Mr. Seo quoted the Melbourne and Sydney prices fcr last year, which showed that thu average prico was higher in Melbourne by lOJci per bushel. The speaker, howover, studiously refrained from rofer ling to tho condition of the above nvirkots during tho present year, onu of tha j^routidu on which iny criticism wab based. The principal ground w.is. nowever, withheld. Now, without goiug into the question of Freetrade auil I' intection to show how Victoria's market may bu affected under Federation with Intercolonial Fruetrade, ...

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Maclean Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 20 May 1898

Maclean Small Debts Court. YESTwtDAY, heforo MooarB. D. Shearer nnd 3. Maenaiifihfan, J.'bP. S. W. Dowiing v. John Moorhoad— Claim of £2 ii 2il. Verdict for plaintiff, with 5a coats. Dowliug nnd Clarltev. John Moorhoad — Claim of £2. Venlinfc foi1 nl.iinH'fFK- wifji /iq pnafcn Michael Shuerin v. J. W. Austin— Claim of £T- 13a lO'i for wageti Defendant claimed an offset ii, connection with a mining transaction, but particu lars of the off net had not boon filed in time, Ver diot for plaintiff for £2 13a 10J. Mr. Lobbao for defendant.

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