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Shipping Intelligence Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Shipping1 Intelligencer Arrivals. Orrr of Gbaiton, (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Sydnoy, January 27. — Mosdames W. J. Loughman ; Miaea Rubkin, McDougall, Bevs. TV. Watt, E. Prico ; Mesara. E. Noil, T. Neil, B. Small, H. T. Kearns, B. MoEae, W. J. Loughman, G. W. Waldron, 0. Bundook, E. Black, B. Comiah, P. Boacn, T. Warton ; and 8 in second cabin. Crossed the bar at 4.40 a.m., yesterday, arrived at Maoloan at 7.15, loft again at 8.30. Departures. Kallatina (s), 680 tons, Captain John Magee, for Sydney, January 26. — Meadames Bondfiold and 2 children, Taylor, Garrard, Gregg ; Misses Bondfield, Armstrong, Camoron, Dawson, Garrard, Bawdon, Gregg, Oreagh. Jaokson, Bennett, MoDougall, Davis ; Messrs, Jeanneret, J. Kennedy, Garratt, C. M. Barnes, T. Merry, J. B. Campbell, Johnson, Longfield, Yates, Hoskings, Scnaffer, Gregg, Seggins, A. N. Apsey, J. Thome, F. Thrice, D. Mollett, Kennedy, J. A. Griffiths, Eov. J. Hackay ; Masters Maokay, Griffiths (2), Green, Walker, Settins, and ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Shipping Notice. ^ok?h'coast steam navigation JM- COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. OXTY OF'sBAFSOST. Captain D. Anteon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF 'Wk T0N ovory TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 ? *3JWn^ Oi0ionk ; and LEAVES GUAFTON ^IsM^ FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at 6 o'clock. S.S. KALLATX^A, Captain John Maoke, LEAVES SYDNEY FORGRAF1ON every SAT UKDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES GRAPTON FOH SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at G o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Looal Manager. ': Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, River-street, MACLEAN, AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED aud RENTS Collected, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. AGENTS for the leading LIFE and FIRE In surance Companies. LAND AGENCY business rocoivoa duo attention. JOSH! SEE AMD G0.5 - Commission Agents aad PsoiUioa Stokaats, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864]. j WE aolioit Consignments of every .uaSMlption of FARM PRODUCE, LIVE STOCK, TIMBER, &o. Onr many yeara experience in tho Grai...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Religious Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Religious Memoranda. PreBbyterian Church of E.A. Sabbath, January 30. — Maclean 11, Palmer's Island 3. — Bev. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. StnsDAY, January 30. — Maclean 11, Ohatsworth 3 ana 7.30. — Bov. J. S. Scott. Church of England. 3?hidAY (to*day), 28th January, — Angowrie 7.30. Sunday— M'ac!?an 11 (Mission Sunday), Palmer's Island 3, Yamba 7.30. Tuesday — Palmer's Channel 17.30. Wednesday. — Huka 7.30.— Eev. J. W. Upjohn. Eoman Catholic Church. Sunday, January 30. — Cormack's Creek, Mr, Frank Gallagher's — Mass 10. Maclean — Bene- diotion 7.30.— Kov. Father Kiely. Suoday, January 30.— Mass: Yamba 7.30. ? Eev. Fathor Eeade. Wesleyan Church* Sunday, January 30. — Maclean 11 and 7.30, Palmer's Channel 2.45.— Eev. G. H. Barrett. Sunday — Palmer's Island 7.30— Mission Band. Tuesday. — Fellowship Association, Maolean, 7.30. Salvation Army. Sunday. — Maclean : Kneedrill 7, Holiness, 11. Free and Easy 3, Salvation Meeting 7.30. — Miss Sarah Eowo, Captain ; Miss Isabella ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Commercial. The C.S.E. Company is informing its oustom ers that it is prepared to book their requirements up to June 30 at rates now current. John See & Co. wired last night : — Maize 2s 6d to 3s ; New Zealand 3s ; Tumut 3s Id. Large stockB and very limited demand. Pota toes — Locals, £2 to £3 10s per ton ; Yictorian, £3 to £4. Pigs, 4d to 5d. Mr. W. J. Hawthorne reports selling at Tully's yards on Saturday last, 100 head on mixed cattle. Prices were well maintained, as compared with recent sales, in many cases lots Belling far beyond vendors' reserves. Poddy Steers at 9s 6d, young steers 27s, 3 year olds 48s 6d, poddy heifers 20s to 30s, grown heifers (dry) 50s, dry cows 40s to 51s. On Saturday next Mr. W. Small, jun., will Submit at Olarenza Yards a large number of dairy cattle and store bullocks. 160 head of dairy stock are from a well-known Glen Innes herd. Mr. W. J. Hawthorne (in conjunction ?with Mr. Small) will submit the well-known dairy herd of Mr. T. limbs, of Olar...

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Irish Butter in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Irish Butter in Australia Thk F.F. and I. Co. rocently obtained an original pnekngo of Irish buttorin cool ohttmbor from London, with a view to Hoeing how butter from the othor sido would land in AuntrMin. It camo from ono of tho fiiutoriou with which Mr. O'Cciliaghan wns associated. The butter arrived in excollont condition, and was found to be of good quality though by no moans superior to packing was decidodly inferior. Tho pasteurised buttor with which tho F.F. and I. Co. took tho big Government export prize it tho last Agri cultutal Show, though now 10 months in cold chamber, was compared with it and pronounced to bo superior.

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAREWELL [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

A FAKEWELL This is how a uarsou took leave of his parish ioners in a town in the Fur West : — ''Dearly Beloved, — Our parting iloes uofc seem hard to me, lor three reasons — you do not love me, you do not love each other, and the Lord does not love you. If you loved me, you would have paid mo for my services during the past two years ; you do not love each other, otherwise I Bboald have more marriages to celebrate ; and the Lord di es not love you, for otherwise H»j would call more of you to Him, aud ' I should havo more funeral services to conduct.' His parishioners did not pre&s their pastor to stay.

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Marketing of Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Marketing of Farm Pi oduce. A meeting of the delegates appointed by the Farmers' Union to devise a scheme for a bettor method of marketing produoe was hold at Kompsey on tho 15ih instant. Ropresont ?itivos form 13 branches wero present. Tho draft prospectus of tho propoa d Northern l\ I VOr-3 nn.nTiniTiti \rc\ (~\i\m nnnxt wiin anrifritrriri c\T and tho secretary was instructed to confer with the Farmers' Unions and kindred bodies on tho North Coast, with a view to all amalgamating in tho formation of a company for tho purposo of doing all the business now attended to by commission agonts. The question is exercising a largo amount of interest on the Mucleay, and it is considered that, if the neighbouring districts join in, a co-operative concern of vory large dimensions can be established.

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HE WAS CO QUERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

HE WAS COQUERED. i'ecenlly some people coming in on one of the ferries saw a Urge, family towed aloui; by a dapper, pink-faced little mm. The family con sisted of one very large, wife, two very neat nurses, live babies, assorted Bizes, and seventeen bags und bundles. The little man led the way out of the ferrj-house, called a carriage, and packed everything, even to the last bag, neatly in. Then he said to the driver: ' To the Windsor,' and then, with hanJ on tho door, he »aM affably to his wife : 'Now, my dear, you're all comfortable, and I'll meet you at the Wiud sor,' and gave the carnage door a bang as lie backed off. But the large wife was morn than a match for him She pulled the window down like a flash and mllcd out to the driver, 'Don't you move !' and theu to her recreant spouse, who was sheering off with smiles, she thus ad dressed herself : 'Here, sir, you don't do that ! This circus .belougo to you and you travel with it. You come back in thin carriage !' And he suddenly...

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Clarence Farmer's Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Clarence Farmer's Union. A .meeting of the Council of the C.F.P. and C. Union was hold in the Council Chambers, Maclean, on Saturday, The delegates present were : Mr. T. Hadfield (president), Oarr's Creek ; Mr. D. McFarlano, Grafton ; Mr. J. Gray, Alurany Creek ; Messrs. T. See, A. Zuill, ana is. J. fc-hort, Lower Southgato ; Messrs. T. Donnelly (treasurer), D. Jones and John Balo, Chataworth ; Mr. T. F. Ryan, Palmer's Island, and Mr. T. T. Bawden (secretary). Mr. S. Sohn of the Richmond River, was also present by invitation. The minutes of tha previous mooting were read and sonlirmod. Tho treasurer's report for the last half year showed : receipts (oxclusive of credit balance brought forward), £12 19a Id : expenditure, £25 18s Od ; credit balance, £15 7s 3d. It was resolved that the branches should be asked to appoint inombers to collect aubscribtians instead of appointing a paid canvasser, The following accounts woro passed for pay ment :— Exami.n'j-;k, £1 4s Gil ; Advocate, il Is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Woman's Power, IT SHAPES THE DESTINIES OF MEN AND NATIONS. WIIK RE MEN ARE ATA DISADVANTAGE AND 'ONLY A WOMAN CAN UNDER STAND A WOMAN'S ILLS.' Woman's boaufy, love, and dovotion rule tho world. Great, women, strong, mentally, morally, and physically, whoso magnetic influonco urge men to dueda of grandeur and heroism. Suoh women aro all powerful. Weakly, sickly, ailing women havo little ambition; their own troubles ocoupy their thoughts, and thoir ono object ia to get well. They havo no confidonco in thomselves, and only too ofton loso faith in thoir nhyaiciana. [?] Womon who suffer periodically from derange ments, peculiar to thoir sex, can find relief and emancipation from their trouble if they wish; No woman has tho right to be a helpless, aick, nervous, fretful burden to her husband. If she is, it ia due to her own ignoranc or neglect. Tf rIio will take nrooer care of horsolf. *nr? look after tho health of the delicate organs that are (the most important part of her physical make...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Before going elsowhoro haiye a look at the Maivel stores for millinery. — Adv. Do you want a porfect Pitting Costume, cheap ? Leavo your ordor at McCallum's Marvel stores, Maclean. — Adv. Fresh Btock of porfumesjust arrived, from 6d upwards at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. Sond your orders for Job Printing to tho Advocate Oilioo. Suporior work and low rates. Splondid assortmont of soaps, all prices, at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. The Advocate is tho recognised advertising medium for the Olaronco olectorate. It is the only paper publishod iu the olectorato and the most widely read ono circulating therein. Support local industry by giving your job printing to the Advocate oliico. Wo livo in the town, spond our cash in tho town, and by doing business with us you aro extending tho scopa of your own business. Thirty years ago *ho Western Union Tele graph Company of America sont an expedition to the Yukon River, now famous as the water way to Klondyko, to construct a tolograph h...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Sparks from the Anvil. FBy VULOAN.l Whose humorous strain, fine sense and shnplo style, May teaoh the gayest and mako tho gravest smile. When asked by a friend what kind of a country Japan was, Attorney-General Want roplied : 'It's a iino country ; plenty of picturesque scenery ; plenty of enjoyment and numerous females ; but it is not a place whore ouo would think of bringing his wife.' Anyone knowing the character of 'Jack Want will easily understand the latter portion of tho reply. The above has been suggested to my miud aftor reading 'Silver Coiu'e' description of tho Oriental WCUCling. UUO tmUg BUIKW U1U VUIJ iUiVivy ) »m-J. that is— thore is no Mrs. 'Silver Coin.' .Fancy being surrounded by Oriental beauties, and goblets of ' ' Burke ' ' forced down your neck, aud basking in tho smiles of dusky-skinned maids, whom 'Silver Coin' alludes to as dreams of loveliness. It's a joy that 'Vulcan' has never experienced, aud, porhaps (under existing circumstances) never will. Alas, 'Silv...

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Old and New World Wisdom [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Old arid Hew World Wisdom Away in the dim mysterious yoars whon tho vast tomba of tho Pharoas .were as yen un bwilded tho wise mon of tho East wroto and apoko philosophies which livo with us to-day, and thero is nothing moro poetic or truo than tho old Egyptain declaration, 'Tho good dood shinoa out like a otar.' A deed which shines outliko n otaris reported from South Briobano. It Iiub boon known for somo timo that n ludy resident of South Briobano was virtually pullud back from the gravo by the agency of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The case was known to bo remarkable, and a roporter was opecinlly sent to investigate it. ^The lady's narao was Mrs. Bueston, and her reBidenco is ''Off Boundary-street, near Molbourua-streot, South Brisbane.' Mrs. Beeston bears no traco of the terrible suffering which sho for years endured. Her first serious illness foliowud on a cold con traoted through getting wet, and that dreadful scourge rheumatic fever supervoned. In treating her for tho fever, tho...

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Cycle Sports at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Cycle Sports at Grafton. The sports at Grafton on Widnesday wero at tended by close on 1000 spectators. The day was excessively hot, but this in no way de tracted from the unusual interest displayed in the various events, The finishes right through out were tho best ever seen on the course, while the riding of Ternon, the McKittrick Bros., Kolf and S. Small were the chief features of tho meeting. U xirien was nandicapped out of every event for which [jhe started, and never 'opened out' except in the Exhibition Mile. In this he was paced by two triplets, but the multicycles wove altogether too slow for the Sydnoy crack, who put the mile behind in 2mm. 27secs. Ho saya he could easily have reduced this by 7 or 8 seconds had the pacing been up to the mark. Ternen, another Sydney rider, won £9, and although suffering from indisposition, rode pluckily throughout, his success causing a great deal of enthusiasm. Fallick, also of Syd ney, rode woll, but was unsuccessful in annex ing any priz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

An Introductory Note, UiNSiDERADLB publicity haa been given, durinc the few past weeks, to what is culled 'Tho Spanish Coundeaca Trick.' It la indeed regrettable that the same papers wh'oh have expoaod tbia swindle have gone on assisting, -n 'heir advertising oolumnb 'oooridoudcea' at least aa flagrant, and for more harmful. n e reler, particularly, to the quack medicines put on thu markot by persona poaiug as tho profes sional auperiora of properly qualified practionors, ? vendors of noatruma against whom the Minerva Compauy of London, New York, Sydney, and Mel bourne, ia now waging a daily fight iu tho interest of sufferers. Tho preparations submitted to a discriminating community by this Company embrace no 'Curealle' but mediciues that will assuredly do what iu claimed for them in the various ailments for which they havo been designed. These medicines have been eompounded by diplomaed pharmaceutical chemiBtB from a formula by leading European and American authority, and bear tho ...

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"BILL THE SLOGGER" AND THE PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

'BILL THE SLOGGER' AND THE PARSON. Tho ctuircn-i'.oiug inhabitants of tho pariah of which Christ Church wn.» Hie njjiritua.1 centre were greatly excited when it transpired that the ' vicar, after imioli pernuysion, had at length agreed to accept tho assistance of a curate, whose stipend a wealthy member of the congregation hail promised to pay. The ladies, and espee 1..11.. IKn mi'i r»'- n (r/iu llln iMir'.' U'f'H! Itl f- Hllf-.f^r n pleiimirctibli! anticipation ; for this vicar having two daughters, not nvrrburdonud with good looks, it was generally believed that tho new curatu would not he a married man. Many sly attempt:; were made to gather Homo information respecting the Rev. George Gil bert; but the vicar kept lii.i own ccmr.i:rl, and if .his wife am! daughters knew might of the new curate's antecedents, they kept f.he knowledge ix- theninelvi-s. Even his n;iinu would not have -;been known hud not a .sharp-eyed pupil teacher fseen it in the list of deuconn licensed to imracies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

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Local Notes and News. More war. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Local Notes and News. MonB war. Ticks iu W.A.. Orchard robbors. Tho Powora uneasy. Plouty of dairy cattle. Toa mooting successful. Hold ovor — an umbrolla. 90 in tho shado yosterday. Lawronco races onjoyablo. Who'll bo tbo noxt Mayor ? Podoral Convention Bitting. Fine woathor for tho holiday. Tho Lion and tho Boar snarling, Barracking at tho cricket match. Macloan dosertod on Wednesday. John Bull Russian into hostilities. A GALL-ing affair — Our challenge. Tho Premier begins to foar Slattery. Fourth test match starts to-morrow. Excursion steamor fairlv patronised. 'His Majesty' will about top tho poll. Cycling sports at Graftou woll attended^ | Tho successful doublo — Zara and Murgan. I Collision at tho cricket matoh on Saturday, Tho Palmer's Tslaud sorenadors entertained. Our 'parlor' soldiers in a stato of enxiety. Two Macloanites got bushed on Tuesday night. A resident allows his horse a pint of corn daily. Our GitAvz-cious contemporary— the GllAITON Argus. Brownlio destructive w...

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Mr. John McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

Mr, John McParlane. TnE Member for the Claronco Las been officially in formed ns follows : — That tho Minister for works hag approved of tbo construction of a bridge over M'ororo Oreek provided the residents will procure girders aud posts (round timber) for same. Be noxious weeds : In roply to applications from LoWor Southgato Progress Association, the Lands yet been passed dealing with this question, nnd no land owner can bo compelled to oradicato noxious weeds from his laud unless within municipal boundaries. Application for improving G-rafton-Broadwator road have been referred to tlio local officer for report. Consideration is promised for grants applied for recreation reserves at Ulmarra, Lower Southgato, Brusugrove, Tucabia, Lawrence, Maclean, Woodford Island, Broomo's Head aud Yamba. Tho following applications have been forwarded to local officers fen1 report : — Repairs to road leading from Duck Ponds to Woodford Dalo wharf. Cut ting drain frem Middle road, Palmer's Island, t...

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Presbyterian Church. Tea and Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 28 January 1898

l^esfovterian Church. Tea and Public Meeting. IrtE annual tea and public mooting in connec tion with tho Presbytoriau Church oi N.S.W. took place on Woduosday evening. This annual gathering had boon postponed from a previous dato owing to the inclemency of tho weathor, nnd was favored with, fine but unpleasantly warm weathor ou Woduosday. Tho tea meeting wsa nem in me ocnooi oi An». xuo utuuuuuuuu wua largo and tho various tables wore crowded with dainty viands provided by tho ladies of tho con gregatiou, a number of whom wero assiduous in th'jir attontion to the comfort of the company. Thoro wore four tables, tho ladies in attondanco boing as undor : — Ohataworth table — Mrs. Hutton, Misses E. and A. M'Einuon, Mabel M'Oallum ; bachelor's table — Misses M.'Calluni Ross, Shearor, Wookes ; Palinor's Island table — Mrs. Gar von, Misses Garven, Folbigg, H. ?M'Lean; Mr. S. Maonaughtan's table — Misses Sinclair, M'Lean, Muir, Oamoron. Afterwards the company adjourned to the Presbyterian C...

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