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Contract v. Day Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Contract v. Day Labor. The latest announcomont concerning tho con struction of tho proposed dock at Greon Point is that tho work is to bo executed by contract. ThiB intimation is not by any moans a Tivolcomo one to tho public of tho district, and tho docision of tho Govornmont should not bo aceoptod with out a vigorous protest. Tho present Ministry havo extended tho day labor system and they speak in terms of commondation of itB re sulta whorevor practised, in socurine: efficiency of work coupled with economy. It is, thoroforo, remarkable that tho Government should rovert to the contract s-stom on this work, which is especially adapted for execution for day labor. Public works aro only uudortakon by con traotors with a view of making a profit out of them, by charging it higher amount thau tho actual cost of tho work, und supplementing it by cutting down tho wages of their employees. The contract will moat probably be secured by a fcjydney contractor, who will bring workmen with, him...
Dairies Supervision Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Dairies Supervision Regula tions. The Macleay Chronicle says :— Mr. F. Clarke, M.L.A., has received u letter from the Board of. Ho»lth in which it is stated that the Board have taken into consideration tho resolutions recently passed at the Maolcny Progress Committee and. agreed to furnish tho following roplios : — (1.) Tho Board'o diiectiony aro that regula tions aro to bo onforccd with discretion undor au circumstance;). (2.) The request that cesspits be allowed on dairy premises cnunot be acseded to, there are great and serious objections to them, whereas there can bo none to pail closets (which aro now in general use) if they aro managed with ordin ary c.iro. (3 ) The necessity for reei'lation in the matter of the carriage of milk products in close proximity to malodorous goods will not be lout sight of. (4.) The inopootion of imported dairy pro ducts is a matter not within the Board's prov ince. In regard to tho newspaper cutting respecting tho iloor'ng of cow bails, tho statom...
Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Siiipp&g Intelligence'.' Arrivals. Kallatina (s), G80 tons, Captain John Magco, from Sydnoy, January 15. — Mosdamea McGuron, V. and T. Momssoy,Androw8,I3rown, Shoa, AVhoaton, Turnor.Smitb.Uailoy, AVilliams, Eggins, Uuchanan, Shipman ; Missos O'Brion, Thompson, O'KoolTo, Ellis (2), Manghan, Apaoy, Marks, Stool, Poarco, Hammond, Bodforn, Malouoy, Hicks^McLaehlan, Smith. Turner (3). Captain MeGuiioy, Captain Griffin ; Mossra. O» P. Bawlou, A. Richards, P. Davis, M. Morgan, H. Cross, O. Eggins, J. Buchanan, P. E. Bailey, F. McGurou, J. Smith, M Rothwoll,J. Komp, A. Camoron, A. Whoaton, J. Ensby, A. Eusby, A. Niland H. T. McAuloy, J. II. AVarswick, H. A. Burgess, L. Evorard, J. H. Lewis, J. Will iams, O. 1-\ Jonvoy, Ashor, Thompson ; Masters Shoro, Punch, McOormaok, Buchan, Tulley, Morrissey ; aud 8 iu socoud cabiu ; and tran shipped from tho Macleay at Trial Bay, Mes datnes McOoy, McLaughlin and family, Duncan, Bath, Oohon and family, Upton and family, Pollock; Misses Spinks, ll...
Maori Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Maori Divorce Case. A conclusion of tho Bouuett diyorco case, lame an impotent though it may be in the opiuion of somo of the parties concerned, having been for- tho timo arrived at enables us to say that they manage, or at least at ono timo theydid manage, theso things much bettor among tho Maoris. It was some 30 years ago at Ohinemuri on tbo Thames that thoro was a great domestic scandal among tho friondly natives who wore inst thon soparated b3' an Aukati from tho Hau Haus under To Iliva. Tho scand'il oaino about in this way. Young Maori ladies, with a frankness supenur perhaps to tho Caucasian female, are apt to boafat to each other of conquests of Maori gentlemen, of a nature kopt secret in what aro called highly civilised commuuities. Ono young lady rnado such boasting, concerning Ropata, the chiof of the friondly tribe aforesaid and Mrs. Rojiiata, hearing of it, made loud complaint and a court composed of tho chiefs lesser than Ropata was held to hear tho case and to give jud...
Dearest Paper in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Dearest Paper in the World, We supposo the 'Klondyko Morning Times' is tho dearest newspaper in the world. It is a tiny sheet about throo-quarters of a foot square, and tho price por copy is £1 10s. Somo of tho news and advertisements aro entertaining. Thus ' Calif orniau ham at Soapiuo Sum's, only lOd per ounce; 'Uanboo steak wiili onions at tho Greyhound Restaurant, 12s;' 'ShavoGs., close shavo, 7s Gd., hair cut, 13s, London style, 16s.'; 'four men wanted at La Pue's sawmills. Nothiug to do but work. Pay L3 a day and three drinks'; mule cutlot, 4s 2d.'; dog, tondor loin, 10s 3d.' The Times has a poetical dopartmont, humorous illustrations, and a thrill account of an assassination iii a saloon over cheating at cards.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Hugh McJSiaaon, Agent, Madeaa. 'O EMEMBER, the eubecription to The Clarence JLl/ River Advocate is only 3a per quarter, or 12a per year — in advance. rpO BAKEKS.— To compete with metropolitan JL printing establishments we have deoided to lower the ohargd for Billheads to 5000 for Sos. Advocate Office, Maclean. I General Notices. Mfs, ©f . Lloyd's' SAFE AND UNEA ILING T- X JREVENTIVES AND 'O EMEDIES FOR TX7 OMEN Avoid Worry, Sufforing Anxiety, aud a Broken Constitution. Prevention Bettor than Curo. Be auro boforo it is too late, CAUTION.— Imitation is tho oincoreat flattery, but women should beware of spurioua imitations and rely on safety aud certainty, the result of close research and long expkrience By one ov theiu own sex who givea her aole attention to this speciality. Mrs. i-R. LLOYD has a Professional Practical Experience of nearly twenty years. Her treat ment ib legitimate and clfcctual, but she doca not profesa (aa do ao many) to work miracles, or do impossibilities. Thoao w...
An Introductory Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
An Introductory Note. Considerable publicity has been given, during the few past weeks, to what ia called 'The Spanish Confidence Trick.' It ie indeed regrettable that the samo papers which have exposed this swindle have goneou assisting, in their advertising columns 'coDfidendceB' at leaBt aa flagrant, and far more harmful. We refer, particularly, to the quack medicines put on the market by peraona posing as tho prufes aional Buperiora of properly qualified practionors, — vendors of nostrums against whom the Minerva Company of London, New York, Sydney, and Mel-' bourne, is now waging a daily fight in the interest of sufferers. The preparations submitted to a discriminating community by this Company embrace no 'Curealls' -)ut medicines that will assuredly do what is claimed for them in the varioua ailmenta for which they have been designed. These medicineB have been compounded by diplomaed pharmaceutical ohemialB from a formula by leading European and American authority, and bear th...
Floods in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Moods in Queensland. TilEBrisbano Eivor roached a height of about 19] ft, on Wo.luosday night, which is Ht. bolow tho 1890 Hood. Tho wator then bogau to gradually recede, and fell at tho rato of six. inches an hour. The damago from tho flood is not nearly bo great as in previous floods. When tho flood was highest a considerable portion of tho low lying parts of Brisbane wns under wuter. Several lives aro supposed to bo lost, and a man named Dlack and his sou aio known to bo drowned. Tho railway trallic was largoly stopped, and tramway trallic interfered with. Tho flood icachod its greatest height at Marborough at3 o'clock on AVednosday aftoruoon, boing about a foot below tho 1890 Jlood. Tho schooner Mary Poverly broko from her moorings and stranded fivo milos below Maryborough. Tho vessol will probably bo loft high and dry. Tho damago to property is not very great, but all the buoys, marks, nnd leading lights have been washed away
An Honest Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
An Honest Man. The following paragraph should appeal to somo of our artiatooracy, who, by tho ' ' white- wash- ing procoss of victimising, and, in many cases, entiroly ruining, people who placed conudouco in. thorn, gained tho prosperous positione thoy now hold iu tho world :— Fiunoy, Islos, and Co., of Brisbane, who wont iuto liquidation in 1893, aro now informing thoir creditors that it has, since thou, boon Mr. Finnoy's earnest desire to pay trado creditors in full. Ho has placed iu tho hands of tho ollici.il trustee a sum sufflciout to pay 20s in tho £ to all those creditors who originally accepted 8s in tho £ in iull satisfac tion of thoir trade claims,'
Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Our Grafton Letter, Municipal. — Additional interest has been aroused in tho forthcoming olectious through tho ontrauceinto tho field of Mr. D. M'Farlane, tho well-known prossman, who is to contest tho North Ward ugaiust Aid. Maxted. It will bo romombored that Mr. H. H. Sandors was elocted, at a mooting of ratopayors hold last week, to oddosq Aid. Maxtod. but recocnisimr that Mr. M'i'arlano had a much stronger fol lowing, ho wisely withdrow in his favor. Tho now candidato will espouso tho causo of the op pouonts to tho cattlo straying by-laws, and besides holds very strong views on the pan system — a system, to whioh ho strongly objects. The fight for tho North AArard seat will undoubt edly bo tho fuaturo of tho forthcoming elections, Towx Baku.— Tho now Town Baud has at last mado a start with a momborship of 19, lo bo increased to 26 or 26 as soon as funds aro available for thu purchase of: additional instru ments. Thoro is no doubt tho citizens have entered into tho mattor iu a mo...
Marriage v. Celibacy. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Marriage v. Celibacy. The question of whether married or unmarried people live longest under given conditions has onco more been receiving a good deal of attention in Europe. The indisposition of tho men of Franco to take unto themselves wives, and aceopt the patriotic duty of maintaining the population standard, has caused statistics bearing on the question of marriage i. .. 1 _ 1 ? 1__.T ? i~t.. . .!? il ' '? . ?? i p _ i io oc looKcci up. une oi me excuses put lorwara in explanation of French reluctance to eater the married state is that the cares incidental to it shorten life. This contention, has beeu subjected to cavoful examination by a Berlin savant, who finds that it is not based upon fact. What he shows is that mar ried people live longer than unmarried. Among married men between the ages of 30 and 45 the death rate is 18 ; among unmarried it is 25, which shows practically that 7 men out of every thousand who remain single thereby commit suicide. Between the ages of 20 and...
Tweed Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Tweed Election. After the Murwillumbah Progress Association meeting last, week, Mr James Murphy suggested that, in view of the largo number of local candidates likely to contest the next Parliamentary election, the Secretary of the Association should call a public meeting to select one from the numbor ; for, he said, if some such action was not taken, they would, bo again misrepresented by Mr. Kelly. Mr, Marks had rmblielv ammmicort himsttlf. rvnri frnin wlini. Tin hut heard, there wore also six more likoly to contest the seat, viz., Messrs. G. O, Halliday, J. E. Burke, P. ^Street, AV. It. Baker, P. McMuhon, and W. Dowling. Mr. Mni'ks thought the suggestion a good one, and stated if such action wore tnko:i he would resign in favour of the selected candidate. Messrs. AVardrop and Halliday also coincided with Mr. Murphy's views. It should also be mentioned that Mr Murphy has for some time past been .sounding- electors as to the probable chances of Mr. R. D. Meagher.
General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
General Sporting. The Australian racehorse Ebor won the Sun bury (England) SteeplechaBO by aix lengths. While Jones was bowling in Meloourno in le last test match, Phillips, the English umpiro, again no-balled Mrs for throwing, James Corbett has offered 'Bob' Filzsim mons 3500 dollars to fight to a finish, whether the luttGr wins or litme.q. Ic is stated that George Giffen had a lurking desire to play in the test match, but owing to his indifferent play in the intercolonial match his name was not seriously considered by tho committee. The following will represent ILirwood in a cup match against Yamba at tho latter plnce on Saturday : — A, and C. Boorman, C. and L. Egtjins, P. J. and O. Colnnn, D. Grogor, J. Spencor, M. McKoough, J. W. and D. Ryan. Tho racehorse Slashor appears to have aroused a good deal of interest nmong Tweed turfites, by whom several inquiries concerning this horse wero recently forwarded to tho Clarence. It was recently reported 'Billy Mclt;io won the hack race ...
Dairy Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Dairy Returns. TheF.P. and I. Co. produced. 1-17,990 lbs of butter at Grafton for tho mouth ending January 2. The product for tho half-year was 532,300 lbs ; and for the your, 1,001,054 lbs. The but for produced fiorn tho cream supplied by co operative creameries in as follows ; — XJlmarra 49,080 lbs, Grafton 13,203 lbs. Southnmntnn 9995 lbs, Brushgrovo 8585 lbs, Palmer's Island 780S lbs, privuto sopanitors 7302 Ib3. Tho gallons of milk supplied to tho Company's creameries for Docombor was ; Maclean 81,311, Lawronco 22o,0S2, AYhitoman 230,308, Couttu' Crossing 175,418. Chiitsworth 1:38,403, Jjnvudia IIq.OIG, Coijmantaurst^3y,22-i:, Squth Arm 122, 929, Coldstrenm 00,13^ 'Tho tests at the Com panies creameries rouged from 3.27 to 3.72.
Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Saivation Army. Tjik musical entertainment givon in tho Pro testant Hall on Friday ovoniug last, in connec tion with tho Salvation Army work hero, and which was presided over by Staff-Captain Mor gan, accompanied by Mrs. Morgan, Ensign llouson, Captain Ivolls and Master Butlor, was a troat to tho audience. Special mention must bo madoof iho cornot, roIor bv T^nsitm HniiRnn. who roally seoms to bo a thorough mnstor of tho instrument. Various items wero rendorod ia fine stylo, including a pianoforto solo by Master Butler. A short prayer mooting was hold after the concert, and the proceedings closed with the benediction. Wo aro glad to roport that finan cially the meeting was comparatively a success. Tho larrikin element was a bit strong, and wo think that for the sake of quietly disposed people who attend the Army meetings an example might bo mado of sovaral lads belonging to this class, who seem to attend for tho sole purposo of interrupting the meeting. We trust the hint hero thrown...
Missing Word Frauds. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Missing Word Frauds. Ax individual was arrested in Sydney on the 10th instant on a charge of obtaining money by means of a. missing word fraud in connection with bicycles. Accused, who was charged at the Water Police Court with having obtained £1 from E. Leggatt, of East Maitlaud, on or about the 7th instant, by means of a, false pretence, is alleged to bo identical with an individual who advertised tho competitions and issued circulars, which were scattered broadcast over the colonies. Advertisements were inserted throughout the provincial press, and the amount of correspondence in reply was on a very large scale. Two establishments were rented in Sydney, ono in charge of a lady clerk, who received the letters, and the second in Kussex-street, where several bicycles with fittings, wero kept in stock. 'Winners were notified by a second circular that they had been suc cessful, and wore informed that the prize, a , bicycle worth .£'25, would bo forwarded to them on receipt of £1 . AYh...
Facts and Rumours. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
Facts and Rumours. ' ?'The sugar planters nro tho backbouo of Quooiialnud' — ami tho Kanakas oro tho bono dust. Tho oldest moinboi- of tho N. S. Wales Civil Sci-vicu has boon in that employ for JD.\ yoaiB. If building houses or improving thorn is ndvuiitu^vouy i-- a district, why do munici palities inuroaso r.ilu:i wlion Uioho things avo doim y MidiuolpaviU's advice to tho workora : 'boo what pohlical opinions uro supported by tho landlords, aud you won't bo fur wrong if you support tho opposition opinions.' At lo:ist X 100,(11)0 v'us cifcuhitod ovor tho preparations made for tho private entertain ment of tho Duke and Uuchoss of York in Ire land. An exohamjo asks : liy tho way aro thoro a thousand Federal enthusiasts iu N.ri.W. to-day ! Eilwiml Barton is a shophord with a Eodoral Hock that is either lost, stolen or strayod. Tho Aih'ocatk is tho rocoguisod advertising medium for tho Uin.ro uco oloctorato. It is tho only paper published in tho electorate and tho most widely road one c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 January 1898
__________ Meetings. /CLARENCE RIVER FARMERS~^A.ND PRO \^ . DUCERS UNION. A Mooting of the Chntiworth Branch will ba held in tho TemporaDce Hall on WEDNESDAY, 19th instant, at 7 30 p.m. A full attendance of mom bera ia requested. T. DONELLY, Hod. Secretary. T OWER CLARENCE CALEDONIAN JU SOCIETY. A Committee Meeting of ^the abovo Sooioty will be hold at Mrs. Folbigg's Maolean Hotel, TO MORROW (YVoduesday) EVENING, at 8.15 p.m. Business — To arrange Programme for 2-Hh May, J. A. S. MURRAY, Hon. Secretary, A MEETING will bo held at the School of Arts on THURSDAY, 20th instant, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of forminc; a Looal Centre for tho Trinity College Musical Examination!). All inter ested aro invitad to attend,— H. K. LYSAGHT, Convenor, T OWEFI CLARENCE HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting of Subscribers. Tho Annual Meeting of Subscribers will be held in tho School of Arts, Maolean, on FRIDAY, 21st January, 1S9S, at 8 p.m. Business : 1. To receive the Annual Report of tho committee. 2. The Trea...