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The Opposition Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

The Opposition Policy. At a meeting in Sydney on the 13th instant, Mr. Lyuc definitely announced that part of his policy is the repeal of the present land and income taxes and the substitution of a local Government tax. This policy has been indicated for some time past by members of the Protectionist party, and the declara tion of the leader leaves no doubt on the point. Tho effect of such a plunk will bo to alienate tho support or a large secnon oi democratic electors irom tho Protectionists at next election. Electors of democratic views cannot but regard it as an estab lished principle of political economy that the land and incomo taxes are just and equitable, while tho land and the wealth of tho country is so unequally distributed as it is in New South Wales. A few persons have monopolized an unduly large share of tho land and wealth of tho country, while the great mass of tho people are in poverty or on the verge of it. Only a small number of people are required to pay the land ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Maclean Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Maclean Post-office. Mu. .T. Lamy has kindly supplied us with par ticulars of the revenue of the Maclean office for 1897. The income from the different branches was as follows : — Postal, £612 2s Id ; telegrap hic, £247 15s Id; meney order fees, £55 4s 6d ; postal note fees, £14 5s 3d; total, £909 7s Id. The revenue during the four quarters of the year was as follows: — First quarter, £193 7s 8d; second, £214 11s; third, £273 10s Gd; fourth, £227 17a lid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Beforo going elsewhere have a look at the Marvel stores for millinory. — Adv. Kato Walker, aged 16, residing at Berrima, placed a bottle containing carbolic acid to her mouth, intending to pour some into her tooth to relieve the tooth aohe, when eome oi the fluid Wfwdliato tor tfowftt, wj«8$jf &$%

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Impeaching the Treasurer. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Impeaching the Treasurer. Speaking at the Protestant Hall, Sydney, on Thursday, Jan. 13, Mr. W. J. Lyne, leader of the Opposition, delivorod the following expose of Mr. Eoid's finances: — Statement of Actual Receipts and Expenditure of tho Eoid Administration. The Eeid Govern rnont assumed office 4th August 1894: — Quarter ondod 30th Septomber, 1894, revenue £2,288 862 Cs 2d; oxpendituoo £2,499,050 Is Od. Quarter ended tflsfcDecomber, 1894, revenue £2,551,170 15s 8d; expenditure £2,192,268 2s lOd. Half-year endod 30th June, 1895, revenue £4, 564, 780, 13s 3d; expenditure, £4, 930, 808 6s 6d. Year ondod 30th Juno, 1896, revonue £3,251, 845 2s lOd; expenditure £9,886, 277 7s Od. Year ondod 30th Juno 1897, revenue £9,309, 209 2s Id; oxpondituro £9,480, 214 9s Id Half-year endod 31stDocenibor, 1897, revenue £4,412,310 6s 3d; expenditure £4,843,119 19s 4d. Total revenue £32,378,247 6s 2d; total expon dituro £33,831,738 5s 9d; excess of expenditure ovorrevonuo £1,453.490 19s 7d. These fig...

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Section 4—Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Section 4 -Dogs. Namo.ago and colour to be stated on entry All exhibits to be provided with a strong collar and chain, but the name of the exhibitor must not be upon the collar. Exhibitors will bo allowed to loose their' dogs for a abort time on application to the , steward, and to move them at night, Dogs unfit for exhibition, either on account of disease or vice, must be removed when ordered by the Bteward Exhibits in this section to be broueht to tho ground at S a.m. on tho firat day, and again pieviou3 to 9 a.m. on the following day. First prize iu all classes, 2s Gd 118 Kangaroo, smooth hair, clog 119 Kangaroo, smooth hair slut 120 Kangaroo, rough hair dog 121 Kangaroo, rough liair Blufc 122 Pointer, dog 123 Pointer, slut 124 Spaniel, dog 125 Spaniel, Blut 126 Retriever, dog 127 Retriever, slut 128 Pox-terrier, dog 129 Fox-terrier, slut 130 Collie, dog 131 Collie, slut 132 Cattle, dog 133 Cattle, slut 134 Bull-terrier, dog 13r- Bull-terrier, slut 136 Smooth-hair, terrier dog 13...

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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Departures. Kallatixa (s), 080 tons, Captain John ftfageo, for Sydney, January 19. — Mesdames Attwater and 2 ckildron, Lunnoy, Green, Isbes ter and 4 children, Brndfiold ; Misses Lunney (3), Barnes, Armstrong, Munro, Marshall ; Messrs. Bawdon, Eodonback, Outlor, Eussoll, Maynard, Lunney, Fawknor, C. J. Small, E. Evans, Allon, Tod, H. Brown, C. Edwards. F. J. Chapman, J. Thorno, M. J. Frost, McKin non ; Master Lunnoy, and C in sooond cabin. Left Maclean at 10.45 and crossod out the same afternoon at 1.80, and arrived in Sydney at 2.22 p.m. yostorday, Arrivals. City or Ghafton, (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Sydney, January 18.— Mesdames Small, Parkor.Boudell ; Misses Harpo, Donohuo, Boudoll, Fairwoather, Sunners, Cover ; Messrs, S See, T. McL. Lobban. J. Morris, Fisher, E. Ding, D. Armstrong, J. Oreighton, D. K. McLachlan, M. L-onohuo, 11. T. Thornton, E. Amos.G. Parkor, II. Ohildo, Oapt. T. N. Norris, Eov. G. H. Barrott ; Masters Boudoll, Small, McLach...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Shipping Notice. \TOBTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION ' il COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. CITY 0F~GRAFT02T, Captain D. Antuon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF -\-k TON every TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 ' ? ?iSg0^.o1olook; and LEAVES GRAFTON ^SSElsitp FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at 6 o'olook. S.S. EAXAATINA, Captain John Magee, ? LEAVES SYDNEY TOR GRAFTON ovory SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES 'GRAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Looal Managor, , Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, ? River-street, MACLEAN, ^Auctioneers and valuators, , HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ('- ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collocted, ? ^VALUATIONS made for PROBATE, —AGENTS 'for the leading LIFE and FIRE In surance Companies. ' LAND AGENCY business receives due attention. JOHN SEE A^D G0.s Commission. Apcoats and Pro&ucQ Merchants, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. ' [Established 1864], ? TIMBER, &c Oar many years experience in the Grain and Pro duoe trade, enables na to aff...

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Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E,A. Sabbath, January 23. — Maclean 11, Chats worth 3. Monda- — Ashby (Mr, J. Molnnes), English 3. — Eev. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church, of N.S.W. Sunday, January 23. — Maclean 11, Palmer's Island 3, Harwood 7.30.— Eev. J. S. Scott. Church of England. Sunday, January 23. — Maclean 11, Harwood 3, ? Ohatsworth 7, xamoa n (.Day Helper.; Tues day — Taloumbi Station 7.30. Friday — An- gowrio7.30. — Eov. J. 'W. Upjohn. Roman Catholic Church. Suhday, January 23. — Mass : Shark Greek 9, Maoleau 11; Benodiction : Maclean 7.30. — Sunday, January 30.— Oormack's Creek, Mr. Frank Gallagher's— Mass 10. Macloan— Bene- ,-?? . diction 7.30.— Eov. Father Kioly. Sunday, January' 23. — Mass : Harwood 9, Palmor's Island 11.— Eev. Father Eeade. Wesleyan Church, : Sunday, January 23. — Macloan 11 and 7.30, ' Tyndalo 3 — Eov. G. IT. Barrett. Palmer's Channel 7.30— Mission Band. Thursday — ?Palmer's Channol 7.30— Eev. G. II. Barrott. Tuesday. — Fellowship Assoc...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Commercial. Mr. T. T. Bawdou reports having sold in con junction with John Lang, 1 aero of land at South 'Woodburn for £40. Messrs. J. J. Hough and Son report that at tho sale of Ulmarra properties, Forysthe's home stead reached £14 10s per acre, and the town property £30 per acre. As these prices were not up to the owners' reserve- tho land was passed in. Mr. Win. Small, jun., reports selling priv ately during tho past wook : 280 vory forward store bullocks at £.') per head, 27 store bullocks at £2 12s Od,l'S milch cows and heifers at £3 ios por head,. 4u mixed cattlo at £1 GsGdper head. And at auction at Claronza sale yards on Satur day last, 215 hoad of cattle — storo bullocks / ? \ /'it j. „ mi i- - ? 1 ? Si ~i ? Pj j. _ n i 1 i _ per head, young stoors 12 to 15s, milch cows and springing heifers, best up to £4 2s Gd per head, medium £2 5s to £o, young heifers from £1 6s to£l 12s Od per head, fat bullocks £4 2s to £4 5s per head, fat cows £2 10s to £3 2s 6d per head. 40 head of ...

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Section 6—FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Section 6 -FAEM PRODTTCE. All exhibits to be grown by exhibitor. All exhibits of farm produce to be brought to the exhibition pavilion previous to 12 p.m. on the day preceding the Exhibition. 227 Small maize, 20 coba 5s 22S Largo mai/.e, 20 cobs us 22'J Collection oi not jess man.six varie ties maize, 6 coba each 10a 6d 230 Large maizi.-,thrashed,l bushel 10s Gd 231 Small rrniize, thraBhed,L bushel 10s Gd 2t2 Six stiilka of maize with cob, 5s 233 Rice, lOlba »s 234 Oaten hay, 501b truss 5s 235 Lucerne hay, 561b trusa 53 236 Bag locally-grown oaten Chaff 10s Gd 237 Collection of grasses 10a 228 Bile of any other fodder 10a 239 Broom Millet, 141bs 5s 240 Black Sorghum, 12 stalks and 141b 5s 241 Imphee, 12 stalka and 141ba 5a * 242 Buckwheat, 141bs as 243 Lucerne Seed, o'.bs 5a 244 Sunflower Seed,141bsuny variety 2/6 245 Potatoes, old, 141bs 5s 246 Potatoes, new, 141ba 5a 247 Potatoes sweet, 14lbs us 248 Yams, 14 lbs 53 249 Stock Pumpkin 2a Gd 250 Table Pumpkins. 3, 2s Gd 251 Grammas, ...

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Section 5—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Section 5-PQTJLT&Y. All exhibits must bo at tho Exhibition be fore 8. MO a.m. No exhibit to be removed from tho Exhibition on any protonco what ever without the sanction of the stewards in that elas-s. No trimming, except aB allowod under tho standard adopted by the Poultry Club, plucking, dyeiog of feathers, &c, or any othtr fraudulent practice will be allowed. The .Society provides ooops for all classoa of poultry, in which the specimens muat bo exhibited. No coops except those be longing to the Society will l;e allowed to remain in the exhibition under any prjtenco whatever. Exhibitors must not eoop or remove exhibits unless under the direction ot llio stewards. Any poMou removing eggs from any of trie coopo iu tho show, whether tl.o birds arc his property or nob, unless with the sanction of the stewards, shall render rr'maelf liablo to bo prosecuted. Io the event of only one entry, the judges are empowered to award prize if the exhibit ia r\f on ffii»i onf. m«ri ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

The Advocate is tho recognised advertising medium for tho Clarence electorate. It i.3 the only paper published in tho electorate and the most widely read ono circulating therein. Support local industry by giving your job printing to tho Advocate otfioe. We live in the town, spend our cash in tho town, and by doing business with us you wo eluding the eeopa of yau.vo\*nbu.6iueg(f.

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Bicycle Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Bicycle Road Race. The road race arranged by the Maclean branch of the Wheelmen's League took place on Wed nesday afternoon and resulted as follows :— P. E. Bailey, 30 seconds, 1 ; J. Henson, scratch, 2 ; O. E/ Henson, 15 seconds, 3. A considerable distacoe separated the contestants at the finish. The other starters were : A. Apps, 20 seconds ?' »-/. v. Kjuiaii, -»j , j_\. »yuhuu, &i ; j. jixcijacnlan 33 ; C. Gall, 35 ; J.Englert, 46 ; P. Conlon, 60*. The first prize was a trophy valued at a guinea, the second a cyclometer, and the third a dozen of beer. A considerable amount of interest waa taken in tho raoe, and a crowd collected at the Commercial Hotel to witness the finish. The long distance men were quickly passed by thoBe behind them. Mr. Bailey's win was a popular one. We believe that another race will bo ar ranged at an early date.

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Our Chatsworth Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Our Ohatsworfch Letter. Coach Traffic. — ' It's an ill wind that blows nobody good ' is an old saying, tho truth of which tho cbach proprietors of Chatsworth proved to thoir joy on Monday last. Owing to tho Macloay's mishap tho whole of her pas songers, as woll as a number of tho KallnHna's contingent, wero obliyod to procoed to tho Eich mond overland. This mado a heavy demand on the local coachos, and tho drivers of courso wero in thoir elomont. Tho usual fares — os— woro forgotten for tho nonce, and fancy prices woro tho ordor of tho clay. All was bustlo and ex citomont, and tho coach service was totally in adoquato to accommodate tho custom offoring. School toachers who should havo boon at their posts that morning, business men oager to get back to ofiico, and women and children return ing from thoir holidays anxious to got homo, wero m evidonce from early morn. Tho vohicles prosonted a gay appoaranco as thoy swept through tho town literally packed with pas songors. A number woro...

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Cricket Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Cricket Items. England is being reassurod that Australia still produces cricketera. Darling's 178 included one 6, two 5'a, and twenty six 4's. Darling, not Ranji, ia now the darling of the cricket enthusiast. Latest accounts from America ate to the effect that the pugilist Griffo iB, if anything, I9S8 trac table and reliable than ever before. fourth and fifth test matches. But then the glorious uncertainties of cricket must not be forgotten. George Giffen must now feel one of the moBt disgusted cricketers in Australia. He has dis covered himself not only dispensed with, but dis penBible. Charles Bannerman says that JoneB bowls all balls alike to him. They are either all fair or all unfair. Ho thinks, he remarks, they ate fair, and he is nob a bad judge either. M'Kibbinis one of the fe«v bowlers who can tisld his own ball well. After bowling he is always ready to receive hia own ball back to himself, r.nd he covers any amount of ground on either side of the wicket. Charlie Turner was...

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Our Grafton Letter. Illicit Still. — In consequenco of certain in formation divulged to tho South Grafton police on Sunday last, several members of tho local force visited a secluded spot in a paddock on tho hills at the roar of South Grafton, and there siezed an illicit still, with all appurtenances, and which was in readiness for tho illicit distillation of spirits. Tho wary owner or owners had ovi dontly also ' received information,'' for ho or thoy inconveniently (for the polico) failed to put in an appearanco while tho constables wero on tho sceno. It appears that all tho materials for tho construction of tho still wero purchased in town, so a clue was easily obtainable. Suspicion fell on two persons, but tho principal had ilown. Tho police, however, havo a good idoa as to his whereabouts, and when the chain of evidence is complete tho necessary steps are to be taken to bring tho suspects before tho court. The still, together with two bags of dark sugar (also pur chased locally...

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Our Brushgrove Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Our Brushgrove Letter. Weather and Chops. — Tho weather has cleared up at last, not boforo tho rain did a great doal of damago to the late maize, of which hundreds of acres are completely ruined. Farmers woro -?umiblo to got on tho ground and tho waods took completo possession, and now it is almost im possible to clean somo of the fields. Somo of our farmers havo as much as ;i0 acres in this stato. Somo of the young cano is overgrown with weeds to such an extent that it will bo almost impossiblo to clean it. Tho swamps on Woodford Island aro full, and grass is abundant for stock, Ciucket Protest.— Great dissatisfaction is expressed by our cricketers and tho goneral public with tho action of tho Lawrence Cricket Club iu sending in a protest, after boing beaten on their merits. If Lawrence hud won, it would beallright. Theground could havo beou no better if there had been no rain only for the long grass, and I am sure thero is no ground on tho river without long grass at present. A fo...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

GENERAL INFORMATION. Field rats are considered cood eating in Cuba. The average amount of sickness in human life is ten clays per annum. At the present day a ton of diamonds is worth about seven million pounds. nutritious article of diet, rloselv fol lowed by bacon. '' Among flowers, the chrysanthemum j is said to live the longest after beiiig cut. Germany's proportion of suicides is larger than that of any other European, country. The popularity of precious stones , now is — the pearl first, the ruby second, ?? and the diamond third. ? An eminent Austrian physician de clares that rheumatism can be cured by a plentiful diet of ripe fruit. A burning gas-jet is unhealthy in a bedroom, because one gas-light gives out as much carbonic acid gas as two sleepers. Brazil produces on an average 360,000 tons of coffee per annum — that is, about four-fifths of the whole amount consumed in the world. A New York watchmaker recently accomplished the feat of drilling a hole through a common pin fr...

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Sugar Defence League. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Sugar Defence League. Mr. S. Sohn, organiser and socretary of the Sugar Defence League recently launched on tho Richmond, arrived in Maclean on Wednesday, and ia spending a few days with friends in the district. Ho informs us that tho league has already upwards of £100 in hand, made up of subscriptions and donations. One of tho mothods by which Mr. Hohn proposes to assist tno sugar industry is to offer a prize for an essay on tho industry and its importance to tho colony, and to publish and circulate the prize essay throughout tho country. When tho poople have acquired a bettor knowledge of tho industry, ho is of opinion that thoro would bo no difficulty in socuring 000,000 signatures to a potition in favor of the retention of tho duties on sugar. The consideration of further action regarding the sugar dutios is among tho business set down for tho mooting of tho Farmer's Union Council to-morrow. Should tho Union docide on taking further stops in the matter, they will no doubt consid...

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Facts and Rumours. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 21 January 1898

Facts and Rumours. Heat oppressive. The gory mosquito ! How does Giffon fool ? Cook, M.P.— More Prayer. Eoid, P.O. — Paltry Cashier. Tho Kangaroo on top again. Bioyolo race last Wednesday. Want, Q.C.— Quoor Customer. Tho irroprossiblo Norton again. Jttngianu aociaros lor i-rotootion. Sugar Dofonco Sohn in Maclean. Wantod — Sugar Dofonco League. Politioal mattors livoly in Sydney. Hospital annual maoting to-night, A ' silver coin ' can always get boor. Another mannish woman diecovorod. Soino moro Fed-oratiou in Melbourne. Young, K.L.A. — Might Lick Ananias. McGowan, M.L.A. — Must Labor Anon. The bicyolo raco was o funeral procession. Oalodonian mooting last Wednosday night. Oarrutbors, M.L.A. — Must Lovo Arrmdale. Maoleau municipal nominations closo Monday. Somo Cabinot Miuistors would mako Ananias bluBh. .Inev Croor savs tho unomplovod are on the increaso. Tho comintj oloctions at Grafton savor very much of alder-MAKiAO. XLUW UilvU^y Ul UX1U J^AUOOUU JLJUUUjL jllXlliY Will UU politi...

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