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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Shipping Intelligence, Arrivals. KaiIiATina (s), 680 tons, Captain John Magee, from Sydney, January 29.— Mesdamos D. Soo, E. Seo, Barling, Howitt, Groonstreot, Friond, Logan, Burrows, Dowling, Byron, McPhoo; Missos Arnold, Barling, Qollan, Noil, Groonsbreot, Battorabv. Dowline, Lavton, Drinkwator, Dixon, Fahoy ; Mossre. E. Barl ing, R. Thomson, W. Gollan, A. C. Haigh, P. Travors, H. Lunnoy, .D. Jobborns, H. S. Mona ghan, A. E. Atkius, E. II. Howitt, J. Loesou, V. Dowling, C. A. Goodo, T. Audorson, W. McPheo, J. Hoolahau.David Soo, J.P. ; Masters Dowing, McPhoo, and 10 iu second cabin. From Trial Bay— Mr. Moilley. Crossed tho bar at 5.5, arrivod at Maclean at S.30, loft again at 9.45. Departures. OlTY op GkAiton, (s), 825 tons, Captain P. Anthon, for Sydney, Juuuary 29. — Mesdaines Kimpton, 'Wiltons, Charles, Mclutyre ; Misses 0'Connor(2),Avory,Cainoron ; Messrs, Comford, Deakin, Staploton, Cornish, T, Hondorson, Farroll, Eobinson, J. J. Kissan, Fitzjames, 0. Kearney, McKittiick, J. ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Slapping Notice. \tORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION JN COMPANY (LIMITED.) . S.S..O1TY OfIjSAFTON1, Captain D. Anthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAP -\ 'VjSk TON evory TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 ?'^3KJ^. o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTON 32S3g|fe?F0R SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at Go'olock. Set W ATT A l'nf?vr A ??''?' Cattais ''?!??« Maowk, ,' LEAVES SYDNEY I. . UBDAY NIGHT at ., - : ? , —?1 i';i'Vf,s URAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY ? MORNING, at 6 o'clock. ? ' ' . SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. . -Auctioneers and Commission Agents. ' , McLACHLAN and COMPANY, ',' . ;';; ? River-street, MACLEAN, QAUOTiONEERS and VALUATORS, ;HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Colleotcd, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE, AGENTS for the leading LIFE and FIRE In surance Companion. LAND AGENCY business receives due attention. j'O'HH- SEE AND GO., Oommissioa Agents .and Produce aEerchaats, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864]. WE solicit Consignments of every j«jeripMon of FARM PRODUCE, LIVE STOCK, TIMBER, &am...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Commercial. Maurice, Beatson and Johnson roport the salo of 116 acres of land at Doopwator Creek, Ul marra; purchaser, Mr. Win. Bailoy. trice, L100 cash. Maclean currout prices: Dairy butter od. faotory Sd por lb ; ogga lOd per dozen. ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s 6d per pair. Our Sydnoy correspondent wired last night: — -Bacon— 6d to 7{,d per lb. French Beans — Is Od to 2s por bushel ; broad, Is. Bananas: — Is to 3s por bunch. Beeswax — Is por lb. Bran— 8d per bushel. Butter — Creamory 7 W, factory 6d to 7d, dairy od to 6d por lb.' Cabbages— Is to 3s 6d por dozon. Cucumbers— Is to Is Gd por dozen. Eggs— Is to Is Id per dozon. Flour— £11 to £13 10s por ton. Honey— 2d to 2-M per lb. Xiomons — os to 7s por caso. Lucerne Hay — £2 to £2 os por ton. MAIZE— 3s 3d to 3s 4d por bushel. Melons — 2s Gd to 4s por dozen Oranges — 6s to 20s por gin case, mandarins 6s to 10s por half-caao. Onions — £3 0s por ton. Poultry — Primo young fowls 3s to 4s 6d, inferior from 2s ; ducks 2s 9d to 4s...

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Our Yamba Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Our Yamba Letter. PnoGBEss Association. — A meeting1 of tlio Yamba Progress Association was held oa Tuesday evening last, the president, Mr. 15. Tullock, iu the ehuir. Tlio resignation of Mr. Maurice as secretary was accepted, owing to his removal from Yainba. Mr, R. Mungan waa appointed in his stead. Several communications troin our lUomber were received relating to the improvements of the roads in and around the placo. Assistance towards openiag up ti ruud to the Pilot Hill was refused by tho Roads Department, but it was decided to again petition for the same. It was also decided to petition the Minister to have that block of land at present used as a cricket ground, etc, handed over to trustees as a recreation ground. The New School. — The New Public . School at Augowrie hu« beuu completed and was opened at tho beginning of the term. The teacher, Mr. Watson, reports that the number of pupils attending school ia now about 40. The Tuo Service. — Tho steam tug Conqueror, -with tho g...

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Saturday. The Queensland Government have expressed their regrot to tho Federal Convention that their efforts in tho cause of Federation have not been supported by Parliament. Tho Io6sos of tho Victorian Insurance Company by tho lato fire in Melbourne amount to about £40.000. Probate in the ostato of John Pritchard Butcher, to the amount of £10,0S9,has been paid into tho Victorian Treasury. Platt-Betts, tho English cyclist, lowered tho mile standing start record to 1 min, 48 sees. C. H. F. Yeo, a well-known ohemist of Brisbane, dropped dead in tho street from heat apoplexy. A man named Petor McGorry waa shot through tho ? body at a house in Newtown yosternight. Ho says ho was cleaning a revolver when it oxplodod. His condition is critical. A conferonco of tho Ministers of Agriculture, for tho pa:poso of considering the tick pest, tho oxports of perishable products, and other subjects, will bo held in Melbourne on Thursday. During a quarrel at Coolgardie between Dr....

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Palmer's Island Dairy Co. First Annual Mooting, [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Palmer's Island Dairy Oo. First Annual Meeting. : TffK first annual meeting of the (shareholders in tho Palmer's Island Dairy Compnny was held at Palmer's Island on Saturday afternoon. There wero about 40 sharoholclora in' attendance and eeveral othora were represented by proxioB... Mr. A. Ross, cwurinan 01 wio provisional airoccors, oooupied tho chair, and read the report and balance sheet. Thoso documents diBclosod a very satisfactory stato of affairs, and showed that tho operations of tho creamery had been highly successful. Tho company was doolared formed on tho 25th March last, when the follow ing nine gentlomen were eleoted aa provisional directors : — Messrs. A. Eosh, J. F. Jackman, W. Heffernan, jr., F. Oarr, D. McDormid, H. MoDermid, Allan Cameron, W. Elder and J. Naonaughton. Tho throo firat named wore elected chanman, socrotary and treasurer respectively. Tho two last named retirod from the board after some time. Tho board held 34 meetings during tno year, un cno oswiDiis...

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L. C. Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

L, O. Hospital. The result of the ballot far tho election of a committee for tho above institution for the current year was announced on Saturday. Under tho new rules 20 members wero elected, in lieu of 15 as heretofore. Tho whole of tho retiring committee wero re-elected among the 20, via., Eev. J. S. Scott, Messrs. E. Gall, A. C. Barry, P. _. Bailey, J. McMillan, A. McDonald, B. Eglington, Dugald Macdonald, J. Macnaugh tan, J. McLeod, D. iWillai, D. Jones, H. Con nochie, VY. J. Freeman, and H. B. Lysaght. Tho additional members elected, are : H. A. Blomfield, J. A. S. Murray, T. McL. Lobban, D. McLaehlan and A. lloss. The defeated candidates wero tho Eev. G. H. Barrett, Messrs. A. M. Daniels and J. S. Buden. The trustees — Messsrs. D. Shearer, A. H. Garven, S. Macnaughtan, Allan Cameron and T. Lamy are ex-oflicis members of tho committee. 48 sub scribers were qualified to vote, and 35 ballot papers were uaed. ?

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Cablegrams. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Sunday The Times states that it will bo unnecessary to opeu Taliewan Bay if assurances were given that Port Arthur would be opened to tomm e. The Russian Ambassador at Constantinople has warned tho Sultan that unless the incursions of the Kurds into iiussiau. territory are pro YU.UUUU, itusBia win auopo military measures in Armenia. A Chicago speculator asserts that he owns every bushel of surplus wheat in America. The Ohineso Government suggests that England and Eussia should provide the loan between them, on China's own. financial terms, the other conditions being adjustable between the two powers. The Matuara struck an unchartered rook, and was afterwards beached to prevent her from sinking. Plague riots occurred in the Bombay hospital. An attendant waa killed and the camp burnt. Tho police fired on tlio rioters, many of whom wero wounded. Tho Berlin official press states it iu arranged that England should drop tho proposal to open Taliewan Bay, llussia waivin...

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Our Chatsworth Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Our Chatsworth Letter. Mr. Thompson's Visit. — Mr. J. L. Thompson arrived horo by tho Pacific on Thursday morn ing and was met by tho president and the secre tary of tho local branch of the Farmor's Union and sevoral othor gentlemen. Mr. Anderson very generously placed his steam launch at tho disposal of the mombers of the Union for the was invited by Mr. Anderson to inspect his silo at Warrdgah Island. A sample of the silago was taken from the mass and pronounced by Mr. Thompson to bo as good as he had ever seen, Tho fodder was absolutely free from mould or decay and the experiment could not have beon carried out more successfully. Mr. Anderson stated that he had followed Mr. Thompson's instructions as published in the Govornment Gazette. Tho silage was made from cane top3 chaffed and placed in a square tank on the 24th and 25th September last, and weighted down on 28th with two 200 gallon tanks of water at about lOOdeg. f ahrenheit at the top and 85 at the bottom. Mr. Thompson ex ...

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Lawrence School of Arts. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Lawrence School of Arts. -Annual Meeting On Saturday evoning tho annual mooting was held in tho institution, aud a largo num ber of membors assomblod for tho purpose of exorcising thoir right to select a suitable committoo for tho present year. Mr. Parsona (president) occupiod tho chair Tho annual report and treasurer's atfttomont woro read. ana aaoptoa, xno oioccion oi omuuiu waB thon procoodod with, and Messrs. Andrews and E. Pullon were appointed soiutineers. For tho oilico of president two woro nominated, and as ono of those withdrew Mr. Parsons waa elected unopposed. Four woro nominated for V.P. aud Messrs. J. MoPheo and A. McPhorson woro chosen. For cho position of secretary two were nominated and Mr. Redforn was duly elected. Mr. Hardacre was eleotod troasuror (unopposed). Two nominations was mado for librarian and Mr, G. Shields was returned. 11 were nominated for committee, and tho follow ing woro ohoson : — Messrs. G. Davison, J. McFarlano, D. Nioholson, M. Cox, and A. Sho...

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A Wool-Ganger in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

*A 'Wool-Qanger in Trouble. A wooi,-OANf«Eu, of No. 4 Globe-street, Circular Quay, by tho namo of Arthur Andrew Bolfitt, interviewed the other day by a reporter, stated that ho hud for a long time been a terrible martyr to indigestion, which, but for Dr. Williams Pink Pilla for Pale People, might havo ended disastrously, no says ; 'i am in excellont health now, although !i few months ago you would havo hardly known me, I looked bo ill and changed. I was suffering from that most misorablo of complaints, 'indigestion,' and it pullod me down tremendously. Tho first thing that troubled mo was a slight fooling of dis comfort after meals. I thought something had upaot mo, and that a doae of purgativo modi cine and a little starvation would havo put ma right; but I was mistaken. Although I was vory careful over what; I ato and drank, and althouh I took what I thought was suitablo medicine, I got woreo daily. I lost my appetite, and I continually had an unpleasant taBto in my mouth, especia...

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Mr. John McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Mr. John McFarlane. mmmsm [?] work m connection with the footpaths. 7 °Ut tL° Die Colonial Treasurer ncknowledm*. „„„!:„„*:„_ of^uuraroXaSgf°r ^-^tiou Delegate McGlynn combined Federation with matrimony at the recent Sydney Conven w£d ?W deleSate Oarrutora has Jodq pSSV1 woaection wfc* ^ »wfc!$

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A Long and Weary Journey. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

A Long and Weary Journey. The Singleton Argus says:— Tho life of a tramp, — ho has no hopes and no aspirations, must be one of the most monotonous possible. As a rule he trudges from town to town, seeking work, but too ..often only to find that he has to cover many weary miles before he succeeds. During this unsuccessful search ho is compelled to beg food from door to door to keep body and soul together, although tho calls which Beitlers have £o meet now-a-days in this connection aro so frequent that it is difficult to really comply with them. A typical tramp knocked at the office door of the Abgus the other morning. He wanted a few papers to read to brighten up his existence a little. ''How far have you travelled this trip? ' I have walked from Bourke,' he said; 'but owing to a chest complaint I was unable to do very little work during the trip out west. And what a country it is 1 It is refreshing to get into civilisation once more. You might walk for miles and milea and never see ...

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Maclean Mechanic's Institute Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

— ? 'v.,7j '?_ — Trr — \- . -. — ~ ? ^! ? ; — ? ? — trrjti Maclean Mechanic's Institute Annual Meeting. The annual mooting of tho mombors of tho Maclean Mechanics' Institute was hold on Friday night. Tho Prosidont, Mr. T.'Lamy, occupied tho chair, and thoro was an attondanco of about 20 mombors The minutes of the previous annual mooting woro road and confirmed. Tho report and balanco shoot for 1897 wora road by tho secretary and troasuror respectively. Tho annual roport showod a gonoral improve* mont iu tho position of the institution during tho year, 'The amount oxpondod on new booko during tho year was £15 17s, au increase of £1 on the previous year's oxpendituro. The total numbor of books now available to mombors ia 1309, as against 1198 in tho previous year. Tho bookd issued during tho year numberod 4480, and 137 magazines, boing au increase of 1325 from tho previous yoar. In April tho Library Committoo closed the library for a week, for tho purposo of ro-arranKino: and ro-catal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

(*ood ' Food-Good Diges tion-Good Cheer. 'Moral oharnctoi ia located In tho ntomnoh says a reconfc writer. Ho ia wrong? bnt there ia a aliado of truth in tho idea ho throws out. Napolou was often willing to trust others to look after the arms and ammunition of his armies, but tho oom misaionary dopartment he lookui after himself, Tho bravest won't tight unless they are fed, he said. Nor will they. That'll whv we am not Rnrnri'/nri tn finrl Mr. William Jonea saying that at a certain time he waB in a low and desponding Btate of mind, Ho gives the reason himself fn three words. 'I was weak.' Aud why was ho weak? Ha explaino that, too. 'I waa always otrnng aud healthy,' ho Bays, ' up to January 1892, when I bad a severe at tack of influonzii, followed by congestion of the lungs, After this I uevor got up my etron^th, nnd I was low, weak, and desponding. I had a bad tasto in my mouth, n-y appetito was poor, and every morsel of food I took gave mo intense pain at my cheat. After every mor...

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How to Help the Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

How to Help the Local Paper You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local office your general printing ; if you do nob feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute, xne ne\vspapor man needs it, and it helps him to pay his printer for setting up the thousand and one free notices ho give3 you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your district. The time may come when a newspaper may livo simply upon the revenue derived from subscriptions and advertisements, but no ordinary newspaper in any ordinary town can exist without auxiliary support dorivod from general printing. Therefore, if you want u good newspaper — ono that will still help your town and district— givo all your printing to tho C.R. Advocate, tho only paper published in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

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An Introductory Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

An Introductory Note. Considerable pullioity has been givou, during the few. past weeks, to what is called 'The Spanish Confidence Trick.' It ia iudeed rogrettable that the same papers which havo exposed thia swindle have gone on assisting, in their advertiBiug columns 'confidendcea' at least aa flagrant, and far more harmful. We refer, pcrii'cularly, to the quack medicines put on the market by persona poaing as the profes sional superiors of properly qualified practioners, — vendors of nostrums against whom the Minerva Company of London, New York, Sydney, and Mel bourne, ia now waging a daily tight iu the interest of sufferers. The preparations submitted to a discriminating community by this Company embrace no 'Curealle' but medicines that will aasnredly do what is claimed for them in the various ailmenta for which they have been deoigned. These medicines have been compounded by diplomaed pharmaceutical chemists from a formula by leading European and American authority, and bear th...

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Our Ulmarra Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Our Ulmarra Letter. . Chops. — Tho early corn is quickly ripening and ?will very shortly bo on tho market, but of this tho yield will probably not be heavy. Tho later plantings, howevor, for the most part are flourishing, and though in some instances, especially on the vory low lying lands, they have suffered more or loss, there are considerable areas that are in splondid condition. Municipal. — As will bo seon by advorhsoinont, there will bo a contest for each of the wards in the municipality, and for auditors, presuming none of tho candidates withdraw, and that is not likely. Of tho candidates who seek ro-election little need be said. Mr. Josoph Northcotfc has been in tho Council for a considerable length of . time and has hold tho position of Mayor and chairman of works, and his record is not ono ho need be ashamod of, or f oar to face tho olectors ? -with. Mr. Walter Morris, who opposes Mr. Northcott, has neyor boforo offered himself for election, and heroin thoro is an advantag...

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Our GraftOQ Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 February 1898

Our Grafton Letter. Saturday's Cricket.— Undaunted boat Alumny Craek by 10 tuna on the first innings, Soores— Un- dauntod 33 and 55 (Scott and Hood 13 each). In the firBt innings Irwin Gray took 8 wioketo for 15 ruiiB, and Arthur Gray 1 for 16, while in tho second iooinga Charlie Eggina secured 2 for 2, Ford 3 for 11, A. Eggi&a 3 for 17. Alnmny Creek 23 (Arthur Gray 6, Charlie Eggina 4, Woods 7) ; Rous 7 for 12, ooacile % tor ti, iieadett 1 for 6. ? United defeated Ulmarra by 3 wicketa and 54 runs. Ulmnrra 52 (Connor 15, Wbaitoaand Bailey 11 each). United 7 wioketa for 106 (Eggina 16, Weiiey 14, Oakoi 26, Joneo 13, Bright 20 n.o.), Feroanco taking 4 wiokota for 22, Connor 1 for 17, Whaites 1 for 38, Davio 0 for 21. ? Southgato boat Ramornio by 14 runa. Southgato 78 (Ellom 37, S. See 14), Ra mornio 64 (Schoobert 18, Niland 16 no.), S. See taking 2 for 7, Kay 3 for 19, Cooper 1 for 26, ? Southampton defeated Albiona by 42 runs. South ampton 70 (W. DorriDgton 20, Reimer 23 n.o....

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