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Facts and Fancies. BY SILVER COIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Facts and Fancies. by Silver Coin. They say thit Old England's going down' and thore Kccms to h;- a good deal of truth iu tho allegation. She is not being put down by foreign armies on the linttlo field, or by foreign navira on the waves, but by her Australian depen dencies ou tho cricket field. When the recent Anglo-Indian cricket team eiuuo out wo wero usHureu that it was the strongest combination that over visited our shores, and that our mother over tho sen, with the assistance) of our colored brother from India, wus going to touch us how to play cricket. Prince Kiinji-somethintr, hciuy the bright particular star of the team, lost no time in tolling1 the Australians 'through the columns of tliolJrcviKWOFllBvinwrt, lunr to handle tho bat and ball. Their preceptor taught them too much, which thoy were not hIow to learn. The visitors had things thoir own way at nrst, while the natives were studying the science of cricket as expounded by Raujiwhiitdoyououll him in the Review. But wh...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Commercial. New maize is being shippod freely from itho Olarence. The City of Grafton took away 1100 bags on Saturday. Mr. J. McMillan's Tullymorgan factory treated 3200 gallons of milk during January. 500 lbs of butter were made on tho premises and lwuo ios oi cream was iorwuraea to tne lv.b. and I. Co. The croamery has now six suj)pliers besides tho owner. T.T. Bawdon roports a very satisfactory sale of dairy cattle on Saturday. 41 cows in milk and springing realised £2 (is to £7 os averaging £4 lqs pev head ; 3 bulls, £1 to £3 os ; 14 young heifers from 10s Gd to 37s (3d : 7 heifers from 15s to 36s : 8 springing hoifers from L2 os to L3 Us; 7 dairy heifers at 30s 6d. The demand for horses -was very poor, sales being effected of light hoisos from 10s to LI 10s. Mr. J. II. Muuro reports having sold, on account ofF. F. and I. Co., tho last ship ment of iJ9 heifers at an averago of Lu 7s 3d highest prico LS. Maclean current prico3 : Dairy butter 5d, factory Sd per lb ; eggs lOd per d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Items of Interest. Try the Advocate lor job printing. Satis faction guaranteed. .; .-...' Subscribe to the Advocate— the animated journal of the Clarence. .???????? ' Fresh stock of perfumes just arrived, from 6d upwards at Alclunnon's L. G. Pharmacy. — Adv. Send your orders fol' Job Printing to the Advocate OHLcp. Superior work and low ratos. . Visitors to 'Maclean, call and soo tho Btock.of perfumoa, soaps. &o., at McKinuon'sL. C. Phar macy, Bodon'B buildings. — Adv. The Advocate accounts have been rendered to December 31st, and we shall bo glad of an early soUleinout or reductipn of same. Support .local industry by giving your job printing to the Advocate ollico. 'We live ia the town, spend our cash in tho town, and by doing business with, us you aro extending tho scope of your own businoss. Splendid assortment of soaps, all prices, at ? McKmnon's L. ,.G. Pharmacy, — Adv. The Advocate is tho rocognisod advertising medium for tho Olaronco electorate. It ia the only paper' ...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Miscellaneous. J.HE exports by tho Kallatiua on Wednesday wero: 1137 bags maize, 03 bags bones, 8 bags grass seed. 2 . bales skins, I calf, 91 caso oggs, S cases fruit, 24 cases fish, 3 cases honey, 2 casks tallow, 17 coops poultry, 52 hides, 004 boxes butter, 5 crates bacon. 193 ninnn.o enrim iVo bundles box wood, 43 pigs, 7 cans cream, and sundries. Tho Monarch crossod out on Saturday. Tho Devon port was at tho Heads ready for sea yesterday. Tho Eleccra for tho Richmond crossed out yesterday morning at 5.30. Tho oxports by tho City of Grafton last Sat urday comprised IS cases eggs, 4 cans cream, 2 cases fish, 1 bag vegetables, 1 box fruit, 1 bag tobacco leaf, 4 coops poultry, 1 bag bones, 1 hide, 1 bag hair, and sundries from Maclean.
Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Arrivals. ILvllatina (s), 0S0 tons, Captain John Magee, from Sydney, February 12. — Mesdames lUoloy, ILuighc, Mclutyro, Sohulor ; Misses McCoy, ZuiU (2), Biacfiio, MoPherson; Dr. Atock; Messrs. H. S. Brigham, \V. J, Maher, G. Mangan, C. Pearce, C. 1-. Porter, R. P. Hoy, .-i.. u. oocko, u.. lierura, \j. Kearney, is. oonen, M. Cash, H. McPnerson, M. F. Chester, J. Meloy, J . Milne, F. Euglert ; and 'J in second cabin Crossod the bar at 3.40 p.m., and ar rived at Maclean at 6 p.m., latt again at 7.35. Experienced heavy weather during die passage kept under easy steam on Sunday ior the coinforc of pasaongers.
Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Election of Mayor. The municipal laws of Now South Wales ro quiro amending in many directions, but in none does there appear to bo groator nood for altera tion than in tho systoni of oloctiug the Mayor. On the face of it, tho present system, appears an excellent one. It seems proper that a body of bix or more men — presumably among tho most intelligent in tho town — wno aro olectoa by tno ' ratepayers to administer its municipal aflaire, should chose their chairman and executive ofh'cor. It may bo arguod that tho aldermen who havo to bo undor tho rulo of tho Mayor aro tho proper persons to select that officer, and that their choicojjis moro likoly to bo sttisfactory than ono made by tho ratepayers. But iu practico tho Bystem is attondod with lainontable results. The question as to who shall bo Mayor is often the most important consideration iu a municipal election in nearly all country towns, and in Bomo that wo need not go far to seek it appears to be the most important factor in d...
Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Shipping Intelligence, Departures. City of Ghaiton (s), S^o tons, Captain D. Anthon, for Sydnoy, February 19. — Mesdames Burnett, Long ; Missej O'Briuu, Kenny, Scetch ley ; Messrs. Gollau, J. Wigncmau, Coxon, Alitobell, J. F. Graham, J. L. Thompson, M. Brown, J. Moore, Atkins, Dr. ileLry ; Masters Henry, White, aud 3 iu second cabin. Left Maclean at 12.15, and crossed out the same afternoon.
The Hospital and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Hospital and the Press. The first meeting of tho newly elected committee of tho Maclean hospital was hold ou Saturday afternoon. Our representative attondod and asked for admission, but was informed by tho chairman that, as the old committee was still in office till the preliminary business of that meeting was transacceu ami cuuir Bucuussora in stalled, the intimation given at tho previous meedng would bo adhered to, viz., that our representative would not bo admitted unless certain commonts made by us wore withdrawn. We are informed that subsequently it was decided that tb.G press should not bo admitted to committee meetings, and that roports of meot ings should not be supplied to tho Advocate until the declaration, made in our columns soino time ago was withdrawn. Tho comrnont complained of was that tho committeo 'should — instead o£ oadoavoring to guard against pub licity — take stops to discovor and make an ox ample of the porson responsible for tho making of tho disclosures...
Cablegrams. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Cablegrams. LONDON, Sujjday. When tho British warships lately sent arrive in Chinese waters, England's naval strength will exceed that of tho Russian and Fronch. fleets combined bv twentv five thousand tons. A.n excited mob paraded tho streets of Paris and ransacked several Jew's shops. A strong revolutionary spirit is apparent in France, and great military precautions are being taken. Mr. Rodmond's motion in the House oi Commons in favor of an independent Parliament for Ireland was negatived by a large majority.
Dairy Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Dairy Returns. T«js 1M)\ uud Ice Conipuuy furnish the folio whig ?particulars of tho dairy operations iu the district for tko tuontli of January. The output of butter was noaily 77 tous — a record for this district ? — Creamery lbs milk lbs oreaiii lbs of butter Uhuarra P. D. Co. ? ... 97,101) ... 17,3150 Graftou D. C ? ? ... 30,371 ... 11,191 ?Southampton B.C.. ? ... 30,381 ... 1'2,53S - Srusbgrovo D.C ? ? ... 17,335 ... 7,519 Tulmer'u Island C... ? ... 19,857 ... 7,371 aiaolean Creamery 70,0-13 ... 7,988 ... 3,302 ' Lawrence do .. 231,309 ... 22,106 ... 9,191 ?WMtemun do ...240,013 ... 22,788 ... 9,315 Coutt'aC. do ...181,563 ... 16,009 .... (5,979 Chatsworthdo ...117,91(5 ... 11,076 .. i,40ii Luvadiu do ... 99,065 ... 0,2-il- ... 3,620 Copraiuihuratdo.. ,231,006 ... 22,528 ... 9,380 South Ann do. .. 120,805 ... 11,766 ... 1,91S Coldstreani do... 6-1,790 ... 0,556 ,, 2,700 Privuto separators., ? ,,. 30,409 ... 10,880 357,131 151, 2oS The Attorney-Geuoral has filod a bill for murde...
Merry England. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Merry England. PjiocABLY the most possimestic realiab would would fail to invent a plain tnlo of greater horroE tlmn that of the extinction of the Jarvis family .U Buthnul Green. In a workhouse lay Jarvio, a match-dipper, dying of consumption. In a luick room on tho ground floor of 0 Dixies-courb, ngud o9, and her nine children, nged from 16 years to 8 months. BIrs. Jarvis made match boxes for what is culled a living. Her earnings may bo judged fromtho fact that a friondly grocer hud givon her ;\, Christinas dinner, other wise they would have hud none. Early on tho Sunday morning a fire broke out in the house, nnd in a few minutes Mrs. Jarvis, and every one of her nine children, were charred and unrecogn _ . — . On the same afternoon Jarvis, .ne mutch-dipper, died in the workhouse, with -. ut being told of (he fate of his relatives.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Shipping Notice. rj^Ji^OAST^STEAM NAVIGATION ' ? JN COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.5. CITY oi*~&KAFTOH, Captain D. Antuon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF -'I »ji TON every TUESDAY NIGtIT at 9 ^ ^S^^^,. o'clock; and LEAVES GUAFTON ' ^^^^^FOR SYDNEY overy SATURDAY MORNIKU at 6 o'clock. S.S. KAiiLATISTA, Captain John Magkb, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAIiTON every SAT UJRDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock ; and LEAVES . URAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY . MORNING, at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, River-street, MACLEAN, AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collected, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. AGENTS for the leading LIl?E and FIRE In ournnco Companies. LAND AGENCY business reccivo3 duo attention. JOB*! SEE A SID CO., Qommissiou Agoats and Produce Meschaats, 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864]. WE solicit Consignments of every ^uwoilptton of FARM JfRODUUE, LIVE STOCK, -TIMBER, &o. -Oar many yea...
Headington Hill Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Headington Hill Estate. The Government and the country have every reason to feel satisfiad with the results which have thus far attended tho throwing open of the Headington Hill lands to close settlement. Tuesday was the opening day, and the throwing open, of the Land office doors at 10 o'clock was followed by a scone such as had nevar before been witnessed in the district. Of the assembled crowd, numbering about 700 or 300 persons, more than one half provod to ba intending selectors. Nearly 400 applications w.ero handed in, with cash deposits aggregating over £13,000. The examinations of these applications occuuied the officials — Mr. Cotn'oiissionsr Warner, Mr. Phelan from Brisbane, and Mr. Foster, from Warwick— two days, and revealed the fact that of tho 2-iO biocks thrown op9n 134 had been applied for by }ha first batch of applicants, leaving 108 blocks fot die consideration of those who were unsuccessful in tho first balloting. Many of those second choice biocks wore selected s...
Hoodlum. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Hoodlum. OuTiiiSiin Francisco 25 years ago there was a notorious character named Muldoon, who was the leader of n gang of young ruflians. They were a terror to the community, and about as tough a lot of citizens as you can find on the coast. A reporter who had been assigned to write a story in which they figured undertook to coin a word designating tho gang. He reversed the name of the leader, and referred to them as 'noodlums,' The compositor mistook the 'n' for an 'h' and aa hoodlums the word passed cha proofreader. And now 'hoodlums' is a recog nised word, and will probably survive.
Telegrams. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Telegrams. SYDNKY, Monday. General rain foil throughout tho colony yoster day. Tbo Government Astronomer says thero haa not boon such a bonoficial and widespread fall sinco 1887. Wilcannia reports that tho country betwoon that town and White Cliffs is undor water for 10 milos. Tho tanks and watorholes in tho western districts aro all filled. Up to nino o'clock yesternight tho rainfall regis tered at Sydney was -1 iuchos and 24 pts. Sovoral ocean going steamers aro considor ably overdue, A number of coasters avo anchored in Nelson's Bay aud Brokon Bay through stross of woathor. Tho wind blew at tho rate of 40 to CO milos an hour. Tho brig Amy, which loft Wollongong yester day with a cargo of coal for Sydney, was caught in the thick of tho galo, with a mountainous soa. Sho was driven ashore- at Thiroul beach, near Bulli Jetty. Sho struck tho roof a huudrod yards from tho shore and quickly wont to pieces. A crowd gathered on tho beach but woro unable to swim ashore but was lost. The cr...
Road Contracts [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Road Contracts Thk following tenders woro posted oh Saturdav at the local Itoads Offico as tho lowest for tho contracts named :— 13, Roody Creok, J. H. McDermid, £32 lOs.—l-l, Harwood via Serpen tine to Chatsworth, A. and D. Black, £0 19s.— ?lo, Brusngrovo via Bluff Point to Maclean, J. Carr, £26.— 40, Chatswirth to Woodburn, R. Munsio, L49 os -Id.— 4 ,, Chatsworih to Wood burn, Hart and Smith, £U3 3a -id ? 88, Grafton to Broadwater, 0. G. Munt, £'J3 8s 0d.— 60, Shark Crock, J.Carr, £0 IQs.— $1, Yamha, G,
The Prospects of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Prospects of War, In tho event of a clash of arms between England and the allied Powers the position of Australia would bo particularly unpleasant. Being a portion of tho British Empire tho first inoon vonienco put upon uo would bo the cutting of thfi nablo and our isolation for weeks at a lima from tho rest of the world. The enemies of England would bavo difficulty in disrupting communication. Such an indignity would not, of course, bo offered America being a noutral nation. Our last sources of information under the circumstances would bo through the medium of the Frisco mail boats. But theso would bo a sorry substitute for the electric cable. To re main for weeks without prompt information from the seat of war is an intolerable contin gency, yet in the event of a struggle such as threatens tho inconvenience would be inevit able. Another source of anxiety would be tho removal from our shores to the scone of action of our auxiliary squadron. But no patriotic British subject coul...
CLOSE THE SHUTTERS, BILLY'S DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
CLOSE THE SHUTTERS, BILLY'S DEAD. In tho hours of mouru, aud at the solemn moment when we are called upou to bid tho hist farewell to u dyiujr l-elativo or friend, our hearts droop and our eyes are tciir-dimmcd. Death h a reaper that knows no distinction between people of tho world, aud when the dread summons comas we lmve to knuckle under jiiul \'it. Within the lust few weeks tho hand of death removed from our midst n woll-kuown char acter, who, had he lived, was destined to rise to a social euiiuenco that would have culminated at the foot of tho mayoral chair. The above snap shot photo was taken a few houra previous to Billy's demi?e. Note the silky hirsute appendage, the shapely legs, the determined eye, and, abovo all, let your optics dwell ou those upright but daugerous horus. Yes, Maclean hasloHtone of its many goats. Not one ot tho bipod species who occupy, daily and niirhtly, tho scats near tho river hauk and make the atmosphere odious in their neighborhood by childish remar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Minerva Tonic Has the support of the beat people in the commu nity, Leading medical men, analysts, and others high in the professional and business world, pronounce it quite imitable. Among others , Very Key. Dr, O'HaraD, Secretary to his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, writes : — 'I have much pleasure in bearing testimony to the value of Minerva Tonic, Daring the holding of the Grand Australian Fair it was much appreci ated hero by the clergy and others who found it niOBt palatable and energising. Everyone who haa had experience of it pronounces it admirable, (Signed) Denis P, O'flsran. Minerva Digestive is a purely vegetable orenara tion of greatest possible value in all troubles arising from imperfect digestion, Minerva Liver Pilks (pink) are the modern family aperient, Minerva Compound Iron Pills (yellow) enrich the UnnJ __.! I ? _^_ Li. ? uiuuu, itiiu uuua op cne system. Minerva Little Nerve and Brain Pilla (white) feed both brain and nerves to which they act as a t...