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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Minerva Tonic Has tho support of tho beat people in the commu nity, Leading medical men, analysts, and others high in the professional and business world, pronounce it quito imitable. AmoDg others . Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, Secretary to his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, writes : — 'I have rauoh pleasure in bearing testimony to the value of Minerva Tonio, During the holdiDg of the Grand Australian Fair it wub much appreoi ated here by tho olergy and others who foutd in most palatable nnd energising. Everyone who has had experience of it pronounces it admirable. (Signed) Denis F. O'Haran. Minerva Digestive is a purely vegetablo prepara tion of greatest possible value in all troubles arising from imperfect digestion, Minerva Liver Pills (pink) are the modern family aperient, Minerva Compound Iron Pill» (yellow) enrich the blood, and tone up the system. Minerva Little Nerve and Brain Pills (white) feed both brain and .nerves to whioh they aot as a tooio, H, MoKINNON, Agent, ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

.;?'? QUESTIONS Mr. Grainger asked a number of questions which showed that he was confusing the Senate, and the Federal Oabiuet, After hearing an explanation from Mr. Kelly, ho said it seemed the Federal Government would be a kind of Bo hemian, aristocracy. Mr. C. J. Clarke asked whore would N.S.W. be if she rejected the Bill and the other colonies federated ? Mr, Kothel said we would be like the man who fell out of a. balloon— not ia it. (Laugh ter.) Mr. T. D'Arcy Burko askod . if New South Wales was the only colony that had a sur plus? Mr. Kelly said it was the only colony that had a , deficet. Mr. W. Archibald asked if we could not have iutorcoloniil Free Trade and defences without. Federation? Mr. Kellv exDlainod that snnh n. raanlfc -nmo impossible, and instauced tho impotency of the Federal Council iu the attempt to deal with the defences. Mr. T. Donolly asked how could we expect to got justice from the representatives of the other colonies in the Senate '! Mr, Kethel said Now...

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THE HON. A KETHEL, M.L C. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

THE HON. A tfETHEL, M.L 0. Mr. Kothel said that Federation was a union that presented to the outside world tho aspect of one Government, while each state in it- preserved its in dividuality. He and others could remember tho time when N.S.W., Victoria and Queensland were one colony under the Sydney Government. The ?North: and South, lounu. their interests neglected by Sydney to a. degree that was intolerable. .They demanded separation and tho British Govern ment erected Victoria and_ Queensland into separate colonies. He reviewed the move ment for Federation, culminating in this hill, which was so simple that anyono could understand it.'; Mr. Want iu opposing tho Bill offered a scheme which would deprive tho other colonies of the priv ilege of self-Government, which they would never surrender. In the constitution, deadlocks woro pro vided against by a provision that money Bills should not bo tacked on to other measures. Equal repre sentation in the Senate was a necessary condition of...

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L. C. Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

L. O, Agricultural Society. A meeting of the general committee of the above society wus hold on Saturday afternoon. Present— Mossrs, S. Alacnaughtan (in the ohair)| D. Shearer, Dugald Macdom^d, 11. Waugh J. Wiiugh, J. McMillan, A. MoDonold J. McLood A H.. Garveu, J. A. S. Murray, D. McLuchlan, C. Farlow and T. F. ltyau. The miuutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Q-. Blanch reported that the three samples of- milk submitted to him. in connection with the tests for tho special prizo for the best milch cow registered exactly tho same, viz., 3-2. Mr. Walker's cow yielded tho greatest . weight ? of ' milk— 221bs— -and wus awarrlod first prizo, Mr. Amos' cow, with lS^ibs, boing second. A third cow entered by Mr. Watker yeilded 17ilos. Mr. Newlands was eloctod an auditor in tho place of Mr. W. J. Dunnot, who had been, previously elected but was not eligible. The following accounts wero passed for pay-'- ment :-G. H. Varley, £1 4s; W. Murray and Co., ±2 Usu'd; C.P. and...

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Meeting at Palmer's Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Meeting at Palmer's Island. ABotrr 50 persons attended tho meeting at Palmer's Island in wupport of tho Convention Bill. Mr. G. Alooro was voted to tho ohair, on tho motion of Mr. .1 Burns, seconded, by Mr. T. Collins. Addresses were delivered by Messrs. S. See, T. Lobban, T. F. Ryan and D. See. The speakers wero attentively listened to and frequently applauded. Mr. S. See spoke for upwards of an hour, dealing with tho general principle of Federation, and refut ing tho arguments of tho opposition. He urged that tho question of cost would bo a trifle compared to tho losses that would result from a warlike attack by another power. As tho main features of his speech woro .similar to thoso of his address at Clmtsworth, reported at somo lungth in our last issue, and as tho public will havo an opportunity of hearing him in .several other centres, it is not necessary to g-ive a lengthy report of his arguments. ?Mr. Lobban spoko for 15 minutes, and mado an eloquent appeal to tho judgment of...

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The Cost of Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

The Cost of Federation. The tnsk umlortakou by tho Fedoral Finance Commit too was a double ono ; first, to mako an CBi.imu.to of tho probablo cost of tho now Fodoral eorvioes, and tho amount of expondituro in con nection with tho transferred services— a matter of no special difficulty, and noxt, to ascortain how tho revouuo lor J! ocloral ami provincial pur poses could best bo raised, and what would bo tho probablo amount and i-.iicdonco of a Fodoral tariff — a matter of guess-work rather thim cal culation. Tho firs.; pert of its task tho Committoo per formed vory satisfactorily indeed. They pro duced an estimate which thoy admitted was liberal, and loft a fair margin for contingencies, aud which sot down tho cost of Fmloratiou, for tho fivo colonios,at £000,000, or about 3s Od por head. This result, very carefully arrived at, finally disposes of tho wild aud extravagant statements that havo issued from tho AntiFod orul camp as to tho itnmonso expenditure which would bo involved. As...

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R.C. Church, Maclean. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

R.C. Ctmrch, Maclean. During last week che missiou services at the Roman Catholic Church wore continued by the Bev. Father Coghlan. Both morning and evening services each day wero largely attended. At the evening services especially the attendance was very largo, the congregations including many members of other denominations. Th« eloquent aud fervent discourses upon the affairs of their eternal salvation by Father Ooghlau mado a profound impression upon his. hearors. Tho Eov. Father Kiely determined to tako ad vantage of the missiou services to give candi dates for confirmation thoir final preparation, and arrangements wero made with His Lordship Bishop Doyle to attend and administer the sacromont on Sunday. At the 11 o'clock mass on Sunday the con gregation was the largest that had assoinbled in tho church since ? fhe occasion of the opening. The candidai es for confirmation were ranged iu tho front seats, tho girls being attirod in wbite dresses and veils, and the boys wearing ro...

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C.P.S. Notes. Out Them Out for Reference. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

C.P.S. Notes. I ^Cut Them Out for Reference. Court of Pettst Sessions.— lBt and 3rd Thursdays in each month, Small Debts Court.— 1st and 3rd Thursdays in each month. Plaints should be filed not less than eight clear days, and all summonses served not less than five clear days prior to the day appointed for the return of same. Provided that where the defendant resides more than 12 miles from the Court House service ahall be affected not lees than G clear dajs prior to the day-appointRd for the return of the summons. If an affidavit be filed with the Kegistrar that a debtor is about to leave the district to evade service, or is about to remove or dispose of his goods and chattels to avoid payment, he may ' issue a summons which may be made returnable at any time, provided that it shall be served at least 24 hours before the time of return. Nkxt District Court. —Saturday, July 9. Last day for filing plaints, Saturday, June 25. Licensing Court.— Quarterly Courts aro held during January,...

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Federation Meetings. Addresses by Messrs. J. B. Kelly and J.McFarlane and Hon. A. Kethel. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Federation Meetings. Addresses by Messrs. J. B. Kelly and J McFarlane and the Hon. &.. Kethel. Theuk was a largo mooting at the School of Arts, Maclean, cm Thursday night to hear tho viows of tlio Hon. A. Kotliol, M.L O., and Messrs. ,T. B Kolly, M.L.A. for tho Tweed, and ,1. BIcFavlatio on tho Commonwealth Bill. The mooting was very orderly, although thc-ro wore a few interruptions, j-urticiikir y towards the close of Mr. Kelly's address. The Mayor occupied tho chair, and called first on Mr. J. B. KELLY Mr. Kelly said somo of the opponents of tho Bill wnro masquerading in borrowed garments. Mr. Want had claimed to bo a FedcrfUionist. Ho quoted from ^jioi'i-hes dolivcred by that gentleman in 181)1 in which ho said ho would prefer to seo olmos in the Government and a Protectionist ministry in power than havo 'Federiition, which he described as :i hydra-headed- monster, consiunated in any form or under any system. He had repeated his views against Federation in any form iu 189...

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The Westerly Wind. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

The Westeriy Wind. ? ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. When Aeolus in ancient days keop wfttoh and guard over all tlio winds time blew, and personally superintended their operations, he could posBibly always toll what they wore doing. But the decadent preaont scarcely boasts an Aeolus, and t.htmtrm Wnatnrlv Wind, in Queensland ab least, has been causing considorablo troublo. Mrs. Knibb, of Earle-stter-t, Toowong (Q.), gives her experience with the \\ esterly Wind as follows :— 'The Westerly Winds,' suid Mrs. Kuibb recenly to our reporter, 'always had a most disastrous effect upon mo. I have been a great sufferor from rheumatism. Twelve years ago I had a bad accident ; my thigh bone was broken, and ?ince that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eyo intinly through the disease, and oven after treatment of it was over I suffered from great pain acros3 the bono over the eye. List Christmas twelve months I was ao bad that I could scarcely move in bed. I had to 150 to the...

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Federation Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Fedeiation Jottings. New version of an old gag: 'Lyue's led by asses!' ? . The dates announced for the Shark Greek and Lawronco meetings iu our last 'issue have, beon transposed. BisnOP Doyle is of opinion that 100,000 will voto for tht) Commonwealth Bill, and about half that number against it. While discussing the question of ? Federation with a prominent resident of th6 Eichmond River last week, he said that the effect of Mr. Want's speoch of two solid hours, was ' killed' in a two minutes deliverance by Bishop Doyle. Meetings in support of Federation will bo held ut Yuinba to-morrow (Wednesday), Brushgrove on Thursday, Shark Creek on Friday and . Law rence on Saturday. Addresses will be delivered by speakors from Maclean and Grafton. - The Star and tho Telegrapu, owned by public companies or capitalists, oppose federation- in the interests of the capitalists. 1'he Hekald aud tho News, owned by private proprietaries, are independent and support Federation in the public interest, A...

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Women Preachers. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Womea Preachers. As showing tho change which has of late come over tho spirit of the times it ia noteworthy that last week, for tho first time in the history of the General Assembly of tho Presby terian Church of Now South Wnles, a lady was allowed to speak before this grave and reverend body. It was desired to ascertain the views of the Women's Missionary Association on an amended revenue scheme, and a resolution was carried that Miss Forbes, tho gonoral secretary of this association, should bo heard, and this lady delivered an address.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Minerva Tonic Is the greatest restorative known to modern scienco Mr. W. H. Cole, late headmaster of Petersham C. of B. Sohool, says : 'It ia a grand Tonic. I have taken four bottles and feel ten years ' yonnger ; ray appetite is good; my nerves are itrong, I sleep soundly and fsoi better in every way.' Mr. Hart, P.R.M.S., Leoturer, Bondigo and Bal larafe School ofMtnes, Bays : 'Whenever run down I have recourse to Minerva Tonic, whioh invariably has the desired effect. Many others writs ia a similar stain, Minerva Digestive is a purely vegetable prepara tion, consisting of a number of remedies^ whioh have a specific action upon the liver, stomach. and digestive organs.' Dr. H. 0. Purcoll, L.K., and Q.C.P.I., L.M. L.R.C.S.L, 13 Jameison-street, Sydney, inys ; 'I'have tried Minerva Digestive in five cases. ...... In every instance it has given me en tire satisfaction. In oue obstinate case of : indigestion aooompaniod by hicough and sick ness after eating, its action was opecific, Mi...

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An M.P's. Stipend, [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

An M.P's. Stipend, In the Vice Chancellor's Court, Dublin, Mr. Patrick O' Brian, ';M.P.. ? brought an action against the ilov. George M'Teel, parish pries , Ballen»ui.iiUrd, County Fermanagh, and oihura claiming a dt!da.iiiuuu that defendants tiro possessed of £307 in trust for him, aud that they be ordered to piy him that amount. Piuint.itf was pHrliuiiiuutnry ropresentaiivo for North Mi-nuchaii from 1886 to 1892. In Sep tember, 1890, ;» sum of £285 was subscribed by his constituents in recognition of his services as member. Bafuro the preaontatation look place however, tho Purnelite split occurred, and Mr. O'Brien siding with Mr. Parnoll in opposition to his constituents wishes, the money snbacribud was naver presentod, but was lodged in the bank in the name of the defendants to wait ihe will of the subscribers. The Vice Chancellor huld that tho money was an absolute subscnpiiun and gifo for tho benefit of Mr. O'Brien, and gave judgment for plaintiff, with coBts.

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Bigamy in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 24 May 1898

Bigamy in Italy. Italy; is said to contain more bigamists than any European country. Tho church refuses to recognisa civil marriage, whilo the state does not regard a Church marriage as binding. As tho majority of the puople. are It uimn Catholics and would not tolerate ivny measure having the appearance of oncmaching on the righls of the Church, it is impossible to pass n law for the the punishment of any priest performing a reiigiuus marriage bufo.e it hns been made legal by a ma^mi-ruto. The resulc is that, not a few unscrppulcius men take two wives, one in the eyes of clio Ciiurch and one in the eyes of the State.

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Labour Saving Appliances for Silage Making. "The Corn Harvester." [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 27 May 1898

Labour-Saving Appliances for Silage Making. ' The Corn Harvester.' A machine I would like to draw atten tion, to is the McCormick corn harvester, which effeptually cuts thecorn-stalkBand securely ties them into compact bundles. It is described in America as the success r\f 4-Iia riann'rlcx *T^\\nna r\f \rr\M TtrViri Itnim ui uuu uviviuuvt xiiuou ui j \j u n *k\j 11UVC had experience in handling a heavy crop of green maize, by the usual method 'of firBt catting with a sickle, laying down in armfuls, loading it in a loose condition into a waggon or dray, again fooding it to a chaff-cutter, or stacking it, will at '] ice duly appreciate a machine which ;] will dolivor tho green succulont maizo in ! well-tied bundlos, and will cut from 10. ? to 12 ncros in a day with two light horsoH. Maizo hay is now largely mado in the Unitod States. Professor Shol ton is doing his best to induco tho farmers in / Queensland to go in for this product ; I , { have put up some, and Mr. Philip 5 Charley, ...

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Ensilage up to Date. Maize Silage not a Complete Ration for Milk Production. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 27 May 1898

Ensilage up to Date. From the. Ar/rwulturul Gazette of N.S.1V. By J. L. Thompson, Travelling Agricultural Inspector. Maize Silage not a Complete Ration for Milk Production. (Continued from last issue.) Good, clean, fiiirly swoot corn onsilago is as wholoaomo food, as a part ratiuii for a milch cow, ns is possible to furnish hor. I Every farmer who will place good corn in a properly-constructed silo, and food it judiciously — and that moans not as an exclusive ration, but combined with some dried loader and wheat bran to balance up itn lack of protein, will be thoroughly converted to this method of preserving fodder. Tho following daily rations for dairy cows from 1,000 to 1,2001b. weight will give good results ; but tho dairy-farmer must always romomber that the largest success only comes when tho wants and appetites of the cows are studied, and the daily ration is modified to suit as far as practicable the individual cows in tho iieru. ooinu uuwa wm uunaumu uiuru food than others o...

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A PRECIOUS VILLAIN. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 27 May 1898

A PRECIOUS VILLAIN. ? ry» ? ? — BY GROSVENOR BUNSTER. ?-? ' — ? -?-%* ? CHAPTER V (Continued.) But young Knatchbull was superior to her tactics. His admiration of her beauty.did not blind him to the part she played. He frankly told her so, laughing in his sinister way ; and the girl accepted defeat at once. All the same, she felt a keen resentment, and . so resolved upon a woman's revenge. This was the young lady then, to whom Admiral Arohison was intro duced, and who, by her modest man ner and sensible remarks, made the old sailor's heart warm to her, which pleased young Knatchbull mightily He was deeply smitten by Miss Jennie's charms, and rather regarded K-a»- tin tV\ t no m-ootoi* ^('wrvr'*! iipii cm f Vi n fr she wassuch a mistress of cunning and pretence. The youth was. not of the kind who care for special virtue in a maiden. He loved evil, and liked the girl the better for her cheering tricks. It is not- strange, therefore, that young Knatchbull.-contemplating the future, sho...

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A HISTORIC MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 27 May 1898

A HISTORIC MARRIAGE CERTIFI CATE. In the marriage register of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, the village in which I ord Nelson was born, there is a certificate signed by tbe great Admiral when he whs eleven years of age. Lord Nelson was boru at the Buruham Thorpe Rectory on Michaelmas Day, 1758, and his cuuuuoon was passim in tnut sequestered ? village. His father, the Rev. Edmund Nelson, I was the Rector of the parish, and iu marrying I rurul couples he was often at a loss to obtain a I witness of tho ceremony. Accordingly young - I Nelson acted in that capacity ,'as is testified by ? I tho fact that the register is sprinkled with his ' I bojish signature. ' I Curiously enough, although Buruham 1 horpe I is intimately asst-ciati d with tbe personal I history of the great Admiral and bis fumily I there is no local memorial of him. Duiinghis I naval career he used to write iu touching Ian- I gunge of ' dear, dear, Burnham,' and when I he lay dying in the.jcockpit of the ' Victory,' I his l...

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ALTERING THE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 27 May 1898

ALTERING Til E PROGRAMME. I A young masher walking up and down ths platform of a railway station in Scotland witli a companion who bad come to see him oft observed two handsome girls enter a lirst-elass, carriage. ' Look here.' he .said to his com panion, who did not pay much attention to bits dress, ' I'll get into tbiit'same eompartmeuf-, and I'll tell you what 1 want you to do. When tbe train is about to start, you come up and! touch your hat, and say lo me, ' My lord, tha gun- and dogs -are in the van.'' His com panion smiled assent, but said he doubted if ho could do it with the 'proper air of a nobleman's servant. The masher took his seat with a lordly air in the same carriage with the young ladies whose interest he wished to excite. Tha moment arrived, aud tbe train began to move, when bis companion came up to the carriage window. »' Hey, Jock,' he shouted, ' tell your maister to bo sure to send tbae trousers o' mine by Saturday !''— the young mashe;r having to reconcile hims...

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