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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

MM-4WWUI«l^»«iire~*-^-*^^ ? 'l''''''nji|^i^iui4..jJtjxw-itUiUiiW.1i ? ? ? Special Notices. ^ ? v ' CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. A. HALL & COMPANY. 'HALL'S FURNISH moreHOUSES in ono week than any other furniture dealors do in ono month— a very safe gunronteo of tho excellent finish of HALL'S Goodn, and thoir LOW PRICES. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SHITE, Tastefully upholstered in rich Silk Tapestry, and Plush Borders, Settee, Pair Arm3 ChairB, and 4 Carved Small Chairs, 5 GUINEAS. HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, covered in good serviceable Maroon Skins. Largo ?'??' Couob, Pair Easy Ghaira, and 6 Padded-back Small Chnirs, 9 GUINEAS. HALL's POLISHED WALNUT COLOUR BED ROOM SUITE, Wardrobo, with Bevol Glass Door, Pnir DuchcBs Toilet Tables. Bevel Glass, 2 Cane Chaira and Towel Rail. 9 Guineas. HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full tizo, Double Wiro Mat treos, good Top Mattresa, with Bolstor and 2 Pillows, £3 15s. HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW CO BEDROOM SUITES, from 6 guineas to 50 Gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

General Notices, npHANKS.— Mr. and Mra. JOHN SHAW and JL family desiro to Publiuly Thank their many frieuda for kinduesa and sympathy ahown them in their late aad bereavement. Also those who seufc Letters and Floral Tributes, XN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. — Pkouate Jurisdiction. In the Will of NORMAN SHAW, late of Wood ford Island, Clarence Itiver, iu the colony of New South Walea, Butcher, deceaaed. Application will be made after fourteen days from the public.ition hereof that Probate of tho last will of the abovenamed deceased may bo granted to RODERICK SHAW, of Woodford Island, afore said, butcher, the oxeeutor named iu the said will. LOBBAN and LOBBAN, Proctors for Executor, Grafton aud Maclean. By their agent— Gilueut Curtis Murdoch, Lyndon Chambero, Phillip-street, Sydney. Tenders. mO LET OR FOR SALE BY TENDER. JL ? ? The BRITANNIA HOTEL, CHATSWORTH, containing 28 Rooms, .Bathroom, Waab-houae with large copper, Coach-house, 10 Stables and Loose Sheds, Billiardroom a...

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The Political Situation. Mr. D, See's Views. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

The Political Situation. Mr. D, See's Views. During Mr. David See's visit to the metropolis, he had oxcellent opportunities of gauging political opinion there. The recent campaign by the Pro - tectionist leaders was at its height, and Mi' D. See was associated with thoso who were iu the thick of tho movement' In tho course of an interview he in n»nlv to an incmivv (?nncemina the feeliuir to wards the Reid policy, says : ''1 havo no doubt but that Reid aud his policy will be a thing of tbo past after the next general election. Tho prevailing opinion is.that bis policy|lins' been disastrous to tho country generally. I attended a public meeting at Summer Hill, and the voice of that meeting was de cidedly for Protection. The speakers were aocorded a splendid bearing, and thu vote was carried in favor of Protection with tumultuous cheering I was also pre.-;ent at the exceptionally large public mooting at tbo I'rotestant Hall on tbo evening of my arrival in Sydney, and tbe voice of that m...

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Mr, John McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

Mr, John McParlane. The Member for tho Ciaron.oo has bpen officially in formed us follows: — The Minister for Works has approved of a sufficient sum of money being granted for carrying out improvements to the road between Lawrence and Broad water, near the Cheviot School. — Tho Minister has also decided to carry out repairs to road between Macnaughtau's and Law's from Ryan's bridge towards the Biyer at Hanvood Island, when funds can bo spared. — The question of granting GiUet's Ridge as si refuge for stock in time of flood has been referred to the District Surveyor for report.

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The Fourth Test Match. THIRD WIN FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

The Fourth Test Match. THIRD WIN FOR AUSTRALIA. The fourth teat match concluded on Wednesday, resulting in a victory for the Australians by 8 wickets. In the first innings, concluded on Monday, tho Australians made 323. The Eng lishmen in their first innings compiled 174. They followed on, making 203 in their second innings. Tho Australians required 115 to win, and put up that number for the loss of |cwo wickets. Scores :— Australians, First innings. M'Leod, b Heaine ? 1 Darling, c Hearne b Richardson ? 12 Gregory, b Richardson ? 0 Iredale, c Storer, b Hearne ? 0 Noble, c and b Hearne ? £ Trott. c Storer, b Hearne ? .......... 7 'Crumble, c Mason, b Storer ? 46 ill n .Qf-i-\r1/-l ?» »?»? V. 'Pv!»nn 100 Kelly, c Storer b Hearne ? 32 Jones, c Haywurd b Hearne.. ? 20 Howell, not out ? 8 Total with sundries ' . 323 Hearne tou,k C wickets for 80, Richardson 2 for 102, Storer 1 for 24, Briggs 1 for 88. England, First innings. McLaren, b Howel! ? 8 Wainwright c Hill b Trott ? 6 Ranji, c Ir...

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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

General Sporting. House races will be held at Lawrence to-morrow (Saturday). Bungaree is 'wnaiing on Epsom salts and hot potationa. He will undergo a Turkish bath previous ta the equine duel. Box of Tricks is taking well to his tood, find will be ublo to scale tho correct weight. i-uo cncicet matcti, jungustimen v. inow soutu Wales, will not commence till Saturday. The following will represent L-iwrenco against the Invincibles (it Southgate on Saturday in * cup match :— Hfu-dakor, Redforn, Clarke, H. Bale, A. B*le, Webber, J. and W. Harrison, C. English, A. J. Wheaton, L. McLiren ; omer— J. ParBons. The following will represent Tyndale against Maclean, .it M;icleau on Saturday :— P. Cullun, J. Riloy, W. Gulliford, T. Powell, E. Powell, E, A. Powell, R. Dorrington, W. Dorrincjton, J. Davis. D. McLichUn, S. Small, S, Watts, \\T Trt.^U 7~\ ? ... fn ? ._ T ? T_ n r ? i ? ? ' , Ajctj iv. i^uyur ? junior — xjusa ijee. lviiiciutiu team— A. North, W. Brownlie, E. Gore, S. Dowling, R. Till, ...

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A CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

A CATECHISM. What bends men's figures to an S ? The Bicycle. While ladies ride with gracefulness ? The Bicycle. And what makes Daphne with alarm, From sudden spill forboding harm, Yield her slim waist to a man's arm ? The Bicycle. What makes Matilda savo and scrape ? The Bicycle. Till she can buy the lateBt shape? The Bicycle. What makes a joint last days on days, Turned and returned in sundry ways Of hash, rissoles, and re'ehauffe's ? The Bicycle. What plays ' Old Hal' on country trade? The Bicycle. What's now the only thing that's made? The Bicycle. What makes the carriage builder slack, What cheapens cob and nag and hack, While the financiers boom and crack ? The Bicycle. What turns the scholar to a dunce ? TheBioycle. He rides (he uaed to study once) The Bicycle. Why are the latest novels shut, And minor poets all uncut, And everything neglected, but Tho Bicycle. A Famous Bkidgk. — During a dinner hour quite recently the workmen in a large engineering linn in Sydney were discuss...

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THE HOUSEHOLD, [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

THE HOUSEHOLD, Nervous pooplo, and tlioBO with woak hoarts, should abstain from cofFeo. A cup of hot milk taken at bod-timo will ofton prevent sleeplessness. Tho nutritious value of dried boof ia said to oxecod largely that of frosh. According to un eminent acionnsi, me alkali in asparagus dovolops form in the human brain. Green vegetables and good fruit, con tain certain salts and acids which may bo called Nature's medicine. While excessive crying is harmful to a baby, the mother must not forgot that moderate crying devolops tho lungs properly. Raw eggs, milk and plonty of fruit are rocommonded for brain-workora. Tho fruit corrects tho bilious tendency of the milk and oggs. Tlit! most easily digostod meats aro cold mutton, mutton chops, venison, tenderloin and sirloin stoak, lamb chops, rabbit and chicken. A novel way of curing nervous head ache is the simple act of walking back ward. Physicians explain the cure by saying that tho reflex action of the body causes a reflex nction of...

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Shark Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

Shark Greek. It'll. Society.— This society held it iirst meeting this Sjk' in Mr. Maloney's hall on Friday night last. ^ A Ml number of members put in an appearance. Hie Hubject laid down for debate was tho exclusion of aliens from tho colony. This .should have been dis cussed Home time ago, but tho members thought it advisable to have it postponed until tho above night. ?ulr, J. . J. l'eune.ssey prusiueu. xuu immauj iw tho negative side of the question. After sume lengthy arguments a division resulted in tho defeat of tho ministry by a majority of kix. votes. The next meeting will take place on Saturday night. The subject will bo : 'Should tho franchise bo extended to women V' Accident. — Mr. J. Liddymet with a rather peculiar accident last week. It appears he was in the act of pulling Home weeds out of the ground and was hold ing a penkuife with tliu blade opened in his baud, when suddenly tho stalk gave way and the knife penotrat Mr. Liddy'ts knee. At first it was not looked upou...

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Our Ulmarra Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

Our Ulmarra Letter. Municipal. — On Tuosrlay tho official declara tion of tho nomination was mado by tho Mayor and Eoturning Ofiicor, Mr. A, Niland, a largo nucubor being prosont. _'or tbo North Ward Mossre. Charlos Nappor, Alfred Spring, and Josopb. Northcott wore- nominutod, Mr. Snri_» ?withdrew, anu xur. .josopa j\ ortucott s nomina tion was informal, liis nominators having mado tho mistako of writiug North instoad of South Ward. 'Iho Returning Ollicor thoroforo clo clared Mr. Charles Nappor duly oloctoil. Tho other nominations woro : — South Ward, Mossrs. Joseph Northcolt and 'Walter Morris ; East Ward, Mossrs, James? Knox and James Proston; for auditors, Mossrs E. Yoolo, W. 13. Ilaffenden and _\ Bridgate. Tho Returning Ofiicor gavo notico that a poll would bo taken next Friday, tho 4th instant, and then invitod tho nomiuo'os to addreas tho electors. Mr. Charlos Nappor thanlced his opponent; Mr. Spring, for withdrawing in his favor, and his nominators for nominating him. Ho trus...

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Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. The Novoe Vremya newspaper, St. Petersburg complains of the exasperating tone adopted by the Euglish press in calculating the strength of the Eussian fleets. It says that by sending her Baltic fleet to China, Eussia would outweigh England and Japan. A Eussian steamer, with 1500 soldiers and 12 cannon quick-firing guns, passed tho Bospher ousei; route to Vladivistock. A great blizzard occurred in tho Eastern States of America. Railways and highways were completely blocked by snow. Boston is isol ated. Tho steamer Channel Queen was wrecked off the German coast and 18 porsons were drowned. The Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs has been compelled to resign owing to his strong sympathy with Eussia, It is understood thau China is willing that British warships should anchor iu Port Arthur, where Eussian ships have been allowed to win ter. The Daily News says that the Australians show vastly tho best cricket and adds that the score of 17-i upon a dry wicke...

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Telegrams. ALSTONVILLE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 February 1898

Telegrams. ALSTONVILLE, Thursday. Mn. S. Nowlands' horso Bob, from Chatsworch, won tho high jump, clearing 5ft Sin, and tho prize for 14 stono hacks at Alstouvillo Show yesterday. This horso competed at tho last Mo clean Show. SYDNEY, Wednes day, Tile woathor in Viototia is again intensely hot, and bush fireu are raging throughout tho coun - try districts. Several narrow oscapos havo been reported. Destructive firos aro also reportod from South Australia. George Waters, orchardist at tho Hawkesbury Collogo ,diodon Saturday of typhoid fever. Phylloxera has mado its appoaranco in tho viuoyurds at North Auckland. Tho vines aro to bo destroyed according to law, Mr. H, Daniels says ho is impelled to rosign tho town olerdship by unfounded imputations of incomnotnnov. niul dnnnlv insnlf.inn- lnsiniinhnnu as to his ability aud bohaviour which havo boon cast upou him by tho Committee of Inquiry now sitting. Tho Attorney-Gonoral roturned on Monday from a threo weeks visit to Tasmania. Bush ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

? Amuaemonts. ? nlCYCLE ROAD RACE. Entriea cloaa on 'WEDNESDAY, 9th instant. CompetitorB are requested to wear Colours if con venient. J. McLACHLAN, Hon Seoretary. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. St. Patrick's Day, 1898. The Annual Sports in aid of the R.O. Church, Maclean, will be held on THURSDAY, March 17. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MACLEAN CRICKET CLUB. A Grand Variety Entertainment and Social will be held in the School of Arts on Queen's Birth Night. {Ct^ Full particulars in subsequent issue, E. MEDCALP, Hon. Secretary. ? Municipal Council Notices. ? MUNICIPALITY OF MACLEAN. Annual Election, of Aldermen and Auditors A POLL will be taken at the Council Chambers, Maclean, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. oh WEDNESDAY, the 9ch February. The official declaration will be made at 12 o'clock (noon) on THURSDAY, 10th February, in the Council Chambers. JAMES M. KELLY, Mayor and Retnrning officer. Council Chambers, Maclean, 3rd February, 1898

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Sale of Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Sale of Occupation Licenses. On Tuesday at Grafton Mr. W. A. McPhee sold the following occupation licenses : — Lot 525, of 4,500 acres.— 9 milos S.E. of Grafton, parish Lsnitza and Quyarigo — per an num, £20. T. and S. Mawhinney and W. J. Jackson, purchasers Lot 146, 15,o00 acres, Geergarrow resumed area. — 18 miles south-west of Grafton, parinhes Blaxland and Nymboida— per annum, £15. Jas. Foran, purchaser. Lot 183, of 11,1500 acres. — Pariah Yamba, about 10 miles from Maclean — per annum, £4 I03. W. N. Waui-h purchaser. Lot 184, of 11,100 acres Canoulam and Gandole; I). Wiiu«h, 03 per section. Lot 185, of 9,300. — Pariah Candole and Scope, same situation as 183— per annum, £3 16s. — J. Coliott and C. and G. Johnson, purchasers.

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Sydney City Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Sydney Oity Council. The inquiry by the City Council into the man nor in which some of the affairs of tho city have boen conducted was continued last week. It hits leaked out that the result of tho investiga tion, so far as it has gone, has been to show that much laxity has prevailed in certain respects, mm iiroguiacuieH oi a grave nucure nau arisen. It has also transpired that certain information relating to the affairs of the City Counoil, which ihe aldermen claim they were entitled to have, was withheld for them. Thore were some mat tors brought under notice which impressed the aldermen with the necessity for taking steps to secure greater economy than has hitherto been observed. On Wednesday the Town Clerk, Mr. Daniels, indignant at the-Rature of the inquiry into municipal affairs reoigned. In aldermanic circles much discussion took place relative to the situation created oy tne sudden resignation oi the town clerk, and it soon become evident that it was regarded ns inevitable c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Good ratepayers we, for be it understood, We'll vote for RYAN, for RYAN'S good. ' Whore are you going, my pretty maid 1' ' Going to voto for RYAN, sir,' she said. CC^Vote for PEOPLES and for the good in terests of tho municipality. K^Voto for PEOPLES tnd improvements in the town. 0$»Vpto for PEOPLES emd tho judicious ex.

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N.S.W. v. England. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

N.S.W. v. England. The Englishmen commenced a match against New South Wales on Saturday. Richardson and Storer were indisposed and could not play, and Hirst was ucablo to bowl owing to an injury to his side. Tho colonials won the toss and batted first. McKeuzio batted splendidly for 13U- me attendance in the afternoon reached 15,000. So^en wickets wero down for 297 M tho close of tho day's play. The match was re sumed yesterday, whim the weather was beauti ful and cool. Tho last remaining batsmen scored at a great rate, putting on 118 runa in an hour and a quarter. Howeil hit Stoddart cloon out of the ground. Scores : New South Wales, first innings. Iredale, c Stoddart, b Brings ? 2 Donnan, c Board, b Wainwright ? 41 Noble, c McLaren, b Hay ward ? 34 Gregory, c and b Mason ? 25 Trumper, b Mason . , ? ?' ' ' 4 MacKenzie, c Hay ward, b Hcarne ? 130 Kelly, b Stoddart ? ? 14 Newell, c Hirst b Stoddart ? 6 McKibbin, c Druco b Briggs. ? 20 Howeil, b Mason ? 48 Pyo, not out ? , ? 80 Total,...

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Warships in the East. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Warships in the East. As regards the naval strongth of the various Great Powers in the Far East, England hoads the list with 31 warships of various builds and six torpedo- boatB, carrying in all 24 heavy, 181 medium, and 315 lighter guns, tho crews amounting to 6760 mon. Russia com^B next with oU ships but they are not large, and with seven torpedo boats. Of cannon she has 22 heavy,105 middle, and 228 light, and her force amounts to 5150 mon. Spain has some 39 vessels, with 2714 men, but they are mostly for coast defence, and carry only 61 imddle sieed and 100 lighter guns. Franco has only seven ships, containing 4 heavy, 42 middle and 54 light guns. She has 1282 men en board. Germany has one first-class crusier, four scoond cltfss crusiers, one third class, and ono fonrth class crusier. The crews nnmber 1811 tnfin, and tho ships carry in all 8 heavy, 12 middle sized and 22 light guns. Tho United states havo six ships, with 6 heavy, 41 middle, and 69 light guns. Holland and Austria ...

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Population Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Population Returns. The following returns of tho European popula tion of tho Police District o£ Grafton has been collected by tho police :— 1897. 1S%. Grafton ? 5421 - 5093 South Grafton ? 2152 2M3 Ulmarra ? 1375 ? 1399 Lawrence ? 1238 1236 Brushgrove ? 1130 1203 Miolean ? 1938 1904 Harwood ? 611 650 Palmer's Island .... 601 ,748 Yamba ? .....659 452 Copmanhursfc ? 1363 137S Dalmorton ? 514 . 504 Nymbodia ? 540 594 'Wooleoolga ? 566 ' 395 Chatsworth ? 780 ? 896 Coramba ? 1600 1163 20,435 ? 19,070. These figures show an increase of 756 during last year. ' The Asiatic population inoreased from 67 to 153 during last year. ? The last returns show 232 aboriginals, and 107 half castes, as against 202 and 77 the previous year. The total increase of population is, therefore 902. Tho most marked increase was at Grafton, and Coramba.

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Electorate Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 8 February 1898

Electorate Match. Sir, — Apart from 'Sea Gull's' criticism of the selection of the electorote team, can you inform mo if this io a 'representative' match? If so, why was a representative team not selected ? I would suggest that before this match is played another team be picked to play them at Maclean, I believe it possible to got two such teams wipe out tho team selected. I would like to see tha averages up to time of selection of those selected, in cup matches, and seo if a largo numberj with better averages have not been ignored. — Yours, etc., CINDERS.

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