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A Miracle Of Miracles. AN ERSKINEVILLE SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

A Miracle Of Miracles. AN ERSKINEVILLE SENSATION. Sufpeued for years from female- weakness, influonza, indigestion, severe headache, Bleep lesBnoas, loaa of appetite, &c. , &o., and, after lending Physicians failed, and hospitals wore unsuccessful, Gould's Tiny Tonic Pilta effoot a complete euro. Erakineville— a Sydney suburb— posaessea a resident, in the person cf Mrs. Messor, of 'Glonbroolc,' of No. 6 Union-street, who, in answer to a reporter's inquiry as to her romarkable recovery from a long and serious illness, said: — 'I havo boon ill for six long years withfotnalo ailments' the last three of which have proved a terriblo experience for one who lovea her homo and likes to supervise it. During tho latter period severo pains in tho temples, that throbbed in angry tumult through my head, inflicted awful penalties upon me. Bad headaches, acute indigestion, sharp pains in my back and botweon the shoulder-blades, also distressed me, but my most soriou3 suffering was ...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

— ?_ ?-._-?? ,-r.-...-.. r -. .. ...... ??—-...-— ,__,U ?_...,. ..m-... m-an,.,!^ -.,., tf| — — -- ]- . .-.. f|t~ ^ f^^ Items of Interest. The erection of the direofc telephone line from Sydney to Newcastle has cost the department £5000. Nuggets of gold are said in Klondyke to be worth their -weight in cornod beef. Why is a dead doctor liko a dead duck?— .Be- cause- they have both haye dono quaoking. &. juugo in ±5rooluyn has rulod that whenever a matrimonial engagement is broken off tho en gagement ring must be returned. Three shillings for three minutes will be tha rato on the Sydney-Newcastlo telephone. Splendid assortment of soaps, all prices, at McBmnon's L. O. Pharmacy.— Adv. Don't be too anxious to climb up. Tho top of the tree is a lonely place, and mighty inse cure. The farmers of the United States are to-day getting 2d. to 4d. per bushel more for their wheat than the farmers of N.S.W. Can Mr. Reid explain. _ Ono 'word — Don't select your summer gooda till you soo o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Shipping Notice. ^ -\TOBTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION : lM COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. CITY OSMS-BAFTO-f, ' Captain D. Ahthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF. -l_k-3_v T0N ovory TU-I?sl)AY NIGHT at 9 SPftsfO^. o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTON $E3_S_I_7fOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MORNING at 6 o'clock. [ . S.S. KALLASIJN'A, C attain John Magkb, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES URAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at G o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, ? ? River-streeb, MACLEAN, AUCTIONEERS and VALUATORS, J HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Colleoted, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. i AGENTS for the leading LIFE and FIRE In '. nnrauco Companion. LAND AGENCY buniness receives duo attention. 1 JPHM SEE AND 0 0., OommissioB, Ageats a»& Sxedue© Merchants, | 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. j . [Established 1864]. ' L ? ' i WE solioit ConBienmentB of every ?Jesot iptlon of 6 FARM PRODUCE, LIVE S...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Commercial. Henry Priestly wired last night -.—Best maize 3b 4d. Beat potatoes, £7. Pigs, 4d. Maclean currant prices : Dairy buttor 5d. factory Sid per lb ; eggs 6'd per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; 'ducks 2s to 2s Gd per pair ; maize 2s 9d. John See & Co. wired last night :— Maize 3s to 3s 6d ; market almost bare. We would urge ?fuTTnnrH nrtf- to dolav in sending potatoes : scarce ; prime, worth £8. Pigs, 3d, in good douiand. Tho South Coast and West Camden Coopera tive Company, Limited : — Butter, creamery, 7-Ad to Scl ; factory, 7d to 7^d ; dairy, Gd to 7d Bacon, hacd-cured, 7d to 7-M; hams, hand outed, 8d. to 8Ad ; lard, 4d to 5d ; honey, 2d to - 2?d ' hides, 2Ad to 4d; niuizo, 3s 3d to 3s 4-d; fowls Is Gd to~3s3d ; ducks, 2s to 3s 3d; geese 3s to os ; turkeys, us Gd to 12s; eggs, to 9d. In consequence of tho usual reaction after tho holidays trade has beon slack. Butter dropped a half-penny, which did not make any appreci able difference on local sales, but will have a b...

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Shipping Intelligence. Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Departures. Kallatina (s), 680 tons, Captain John Magoo, for Sydney, January 5. — Moadainos Barry, Bray, Eaton, Bardon, Saundors, Charn loy, Butlor and childrou, Barling, Campboll, Mitcholl and daughter, Wilkinson ; Misses Hawkor, Moral, McKittrick, Barling (2) ; Messrs. Schrador, Mangau, Pino, F. Smith, Campbell, A. Gilbort, Mitcholl and son ; and 8 in socond class. Loft Macloan at 10.30 and crossed out at 12.45. Arrivals. City oi' -Giia-fton (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Authon, from Sydnoy, January 4. — Mosdamos Weston, Strauss, Taylor, E. G. TWoll, Bron nan; Misses Lonoragan, Willis, Chapman, Oamoron, Cosgrovo, Landrigau, Strauss ; Messrs. S. See, J. Horpp, J. Sponcor, W. W. Holt, W. Lonsfiold, J. F. Chant, T. V. Closo, P. L. 'Weston, J. Lonoragan, F. Walkor, J. Shea, T. S. Thompson, T. J. Loonard, W. Sponco, E. J. Bray, C. Johnson, M. Wills, E. II. Eonnsoy, T. Koolo, T. Bronnan, J. Mulligan W. 'Want, E. Evans, W. Farmor, J. Smillio, H. Schallor, E. G. Powoll,...

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Our Graf ton Letter. Police Court. — On Tuesday last, before tho P. M., E. Collina sued J. Eeid and E. Irving for £7 7s for cutting timber. Tho defendants pleaded a set off of £4 2s 3d and disputed eeveral items in the account rendered by plain tiff. A verdict was ultimately entered for £1 9s 9d and 30s costs. — The case Police v. Leslie Barnier, alleged adduction, was to have come on for hearing on Wednesday, but owing to the non-arrival of the accused from Glen Innes tho matter was adjourned. This was the case alluded to in my last notes, where I men tioned that a youth of 19 had eloped with a little girl of sixteen named Larcolla Fergu son. O.P.A. Society. — A meoting of tho Society's council was held on Tuesday last when the treasurer's statomont showed that after pay ing off interest on tho overdraft of £650 odd, there only remaiuod a balance of 8s. The secretary reportod having communicated with tho Cblonial Treasurer rolative to his promised special grant of £200. It was deci...

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A KINGS NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

A KINGS NARROW ESCAPE. A short time ago the King of Sweden had a remarkable escape. His Majesty was reclining on a sofa in his palace. Be arose to go to his study, and had hardly reached the door when a massive chandelier, weighing several hundred pounds, fell down with a tremendous crash, com pletely smashing the very piece of furniture occupied by the King only a minute before:

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Our Ulmarra Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Our Ulmarra Letter. The lato rains have oa tho wholo done a vory great deal of good, though in some fow instances sonio injury to low lying crops has resulted. Anyway tho farmers declared they hod enough, and wero glad when it ceased. The weather about Now Year's tiino was not pro pitious for pleasuring, honce that holiday was quiet, as alao was business, but Christmas timo was very -k - brisk and lively and fully made up for the lator quietness. The regular monthly meoting of tho Council in dof erred till next Saturday, the 8th instant, On the whole the past year was marked with more prosperity than many previous ones, and this is in u great measure due to the dairying industry, which has lately progressed with strides and bounds. Tho increased prosperity was evidenced by the Christmas rejoicings and purchases, and outside of more busi ness it waa very pleasing to note the new spirit of hopOjhappiness and contentment every whore evinced, and it is even more gratifying to know that ...

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A NIGHT ON THE PRINCE'S YACHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

A NIGHT ON THE PJUINCE'S YACHT. A telegram from Sir Francis Kuollys, saying that the Prince of Wales invited me to dine ami sleep on board the Osborne, took me to Cowes one Friday afternoon,. ( It was a beautiful day. A fresh breeze was blowing from the went, and the flags of the yachts, thu gunrdship, the Victoria and Albert, ind the Ocborne flew slifily from their respeet ve musts. Reaching Cowcs at five o'clock, [ went to tho hotel iu the first instance, to ;et a cup of tea nnd a little rest after my journey from town. 1 failed to learn wbat time ,vas the dinner-hour on board the Osbornp, but [ arranged for a boat to tulti: me on board at seven p.m. Assuming dinner was at eight or hnlf-past fchic would give me ample time to dress. To dre»s ! All, that was the question. The thought suddenly struck me that I had heard that Uie pntsts ot the 1'rince of Walen, when afloat, are expected to attire themselves in yachting jackets of a special pattern. I think I had been told that Hie pra...

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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

General Sporting. The second round of tho Advocate cap matchos commences to-morrow. Dr. Brady of Sydney, travelled all tho way way to Melbourne to perform a five minutes' operation on Rnnji. The hoat wavo in Victoria prostrated and well nigh paralysed all tho Australians. The ferocious rays of the Emporor of China's ' heavenly brother.' Evidently Australians cannot bo a climatisod. Wo nro informed that tho Perseverance toam havo accepted tho challenge of tho Ironbarka for iv tug-o'-war contest at Maclean on May 24. The contest will bo for £20 asido, and a deposit of £10 has been put up. Tlio following will represent Lawronco in a half day cricket match against, Brushgrovo to morrow:— Hardakor, McLaren (2), Bale (2), Web ber, Clark. Harrison, Watson, Gillies, Parsons ; Emor — J. McLaren, T. Snmuols. The following will represent Tyndalo agniust Harwood, (Cup Match) on Saturday, at Har wood :— S. Watto, E. Powell, S. Small, J. Riley, D. McLaohlan It. Dorrington, W. Dor rington. W. Gull...

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Maclean Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Maclean Police Oourt. Yesteuday, before tho P. M, and Messrs. A Boss and H. A. JSlomfiold, J's.P. Au auctioneer's liconso was granted to J-- McKinnou. Hawkers liconses wore granted to M. Garde, James Irons, David Martin, fi. Chapman and John McUalluin. John McLachlan pleaded guilty to a charge of using obscene lauguago in Biver-street, Maclean. Mr. Dowliug asked for a light penalty. Fined £1 and 7s 4d costs or seven days. Mathew Turner ploadod guilty to a charge of kaBping an unrogisterod dog at Angowrio, and pleaded that ho did not supposo he was required to register, as ho was living in a tent, in the bush. Constable Hodman declared that he had repeatedly warnod defendant to register. Mned 10s and -is lOd costs. '' Hugh Dhu pleaded guilty to a similar charge and was fined a like amount. John O'Driscoll pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Maclean on Boxing Day and was fined 5s and 4s lOd costs. Mr. Dowling pleaded for a light penalty as this was defendant's ...

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A WOMAN BURIED BY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

A WOMAN BURIED BY.. WOMEN. Oue of the 'most remarkable funerals on record took bhice in the Uuited Stages lately.' It was that of & Miss Bertha Rose, and she was. buried fntirely by women. Miss Rose was £2 at the time of her death. She had for several years taken the deepest interest in women's work. She had started a woman's club, the cardinal tenet of which was that no member should ask a man to do anything for her that she could do herself. In accordance with this rule, aud acting on the expressed wish of their president alter her death,her club members took charge of the body, prepared it for the funeral, read the burial service over it, lowered the' coffin into the ground, and then filled up the grave with their own hands.

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THE VENGEANCE OF THE GODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

THE VENGEANCE OF THE GODS. ' Do you tako this womnn to be your lawful Die breezes stirred the bnnk of palms in the ? i.';nel ami softly caressed tlie massive pillars jl ,i tlio cool, Blmtlowy church, an.l upon their whi'.s was also borne— or did iho man's inner consciousness deceive him ?—a faint, gasping sigh, more pituouH than Hie wail of a l)rokon heart, ' Ruth Delniro— Ruth Drlaire ! ' It roso mid fell and echoed in his brain until he ivus positively unnerved for tlic llrst time in his liTc, and on his wedding day, too ! Ho camo to himself in the dend silence which lollowed the minister's concltuliiig questions ; but, it was characteristic of him that his voice never fnltered as he uttered the solemn 'I do.' The cnritmony was soon concluded, and the fashionable party filed out to a breakfast equally .?fnshionable.Bnd so well informed an: tho people ?-f this mundane sphero rpgardins each other's ?dispositions nml capabilities, and so well do we ?understand the actuating motives o...

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CHICOT'S LITTLE CASK. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

CHICOT'S LITTLE CASK. Monsieur Chicot, innkeeper of Eperville, (topped bis tilbury in front of Mother Mag loire's farm. Twenty times ho had tried to but it, hut Mother Magloire obstinately refused. '? Here I was born ; here will 1 die,' she «aiu. He- found her peeling potatoes in front of ber door. Chicot tapped her in a friendly way on the hack, then seated himself on a stool beside nor. ' Well, mother, nnd is your health always good ? ' ' Eh ! Eh ! A few pains ; olherwi.se it is satisfactory.' And she did not say anything more. Chicot seemed ill at ease, hesitating, anxious, with something on the tip ot his tongue which vioulil not come out. At last he begins : ' Toll me, Mother Mngloire — ' ' What can 1 do to oblige you ? '' ' This farm— you still will not sell it to me ? ' 'As to that, no. Do not count on it. I ha«s said it. Do not talk about it again.' ' The fact is I havo found an arrangement which will suit us both.' ' What is that ?' ...... . Ho resumed : 'I will explain mys...

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THOSE TERRORS IN GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

THOSE TERRORS IN GREEN. A collecting agency in tbe Stato ofMhineis employing a scheme that is said to bo a great success in bringing slow-paying doctors to time, ??'.....'. Tho first move is made by ayouugladyof great personcl attractiveness, whose duty it is to call on the business people uud secure their, membership in thu agency. .'.'??? After she has thoroughly canvassed a town then; come 'long in a few days a number of men dressed in bright green coats, who get the particulars of old debts ami debtors from the members, and then proceed to call on their victims. The contract provides that the honibly conspicuous collectors shall make fifteen culls u day on each creditor if settlement is not soon made. . . ; Many hard eases pay up . rather -than be haunted by the art en-coated spectre. '?:.?,

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Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday N.S.W. has called for tenders for a new loan of a £1,500,000, at per cont. Tenders are to be opened next 3 Tuesday, The minim urn will be fixed at 99. Tho Cologne Gazette states that China is negotiating iu London for a loan of £16,000,000 on the security of a land tax. England claims control of the Chinese land tax if tho loan is arrangod, and insists on concession of terri tory. The Times suggests that the British Govern mont should soriously consider the attitude of the rival pawors in regard to China and take steps to securo British, croditors in that country. Tho American press supports the claims of Great Britan in rogard to China. 'While a candidate for municipal honors was addressing a meeting of 2000 porsons in tho Oity Hall, London, Canada, tho floor collapsed and -100 people were precipitated into the cellar. Thirty persons, including many proiniuont citizens, were killed and over 100 injurod. The Marquis of Salisbury claims that the favourod...

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The mail steamor Eomo, whioh loft for London on Monday, took away 4,300 boxeB of buttor. The ongino and two oarriagos of a train woro dorailod on Monday on the Kaurapakapa lino, New Zealand, aud tho ongino rolled down in oinbankment. Tho fir-onion, named Barkor, was killed, but the drivor oscapod by jumping i£f. Sovoral passongors woro, slightly injured. Tho drought has complotoly brokou up in tho ICynunn, district, Queensland. Ovor two inches md a half of rain foil on Saturday and Sunday, boing tho first for two years. Bush fires have devastated miles of country in N'o\v Zealand, and jmany buildings havo boon :lostroyod. Eesidonts mado horoio offorts to stay tho names, aud in many iustancos had miraculous escapes. Dr. Orpon, of Auckland, N. Z., will bo arrested on his arrival at 'Frisco for manslaugh ter. Ho has committod an illegal oporatiou on a young girl namod McCallum at Auckland. ho girl has since diod, aud tho doctor loft by tho first boat for t...

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THE RUNAWAYS OF SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

THE RUNAWAYS OF SPACE. Among the moat astonishing diocovorios of modorn astronomy is that of tho ex istence of certain stars, somo of them much larger than our aun, which am moving in various directions, apparently in straight lines, and with auch velocity Simon Newcomb, in describing ono of them, ' unless tho bodies which com pose our univorse are vastly moremasaivo and numerous than telescopic examina tion seems to indicate, these stars are runaways, flying on 11 boundloso courso through infinite space with such momen tum that tho attraction of all tho bodies of tho universo can never atop them. Somo o£ them are approaching us, othors are receding from our neighbour hood, and still others are Hying athwart our lino of sight. Professor Nowcomb calculates that tho bright star known as Alpha Cygni, which appears to bo ap proaching at tho rate of about forty miles por second, will, in the romoto future, not less than a hundred thousand years honco, be one hundred times nearer to us th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

Facts and Rumours. To ovory 200 of tho population in Hobart.. thoro is ono lawyor. '' Good Whito Sugar, 13s Gd per 70lb bag, at Dunnet's, — Ady, A war in Chiua ma)' precipitate Federation in Australia. Tho Carruthers caso deferred 'Jack' Want's A woll-kuown Molbourno solicitor has m mrod his life for £50,000. An Anglo-Jnpanoso allianco — Sir Edwin iruold'B marriago with tho bollo from the king loin of tho Mikado. Tho Sydney Hospital Board decided not to tiavo womon doctors on its residont medical staff. Each of tho inmates of tho Eapdwick Asylum was presonttul with a 7i(iw shilling, tho gift Df Mr. Jnmus Stodmau, on Now Year's Day, Mr. John Eastwood, ono of tho pioneer farmers of tho Hun tor Kivor, diod last week at tho advanced ago of 85 yoars. A ropnrt just furnishod goes to nhow that during tho last wook tho intense hoat was re sponsible for thirty-fivo deaths in Victoria. Whilo picnicing on Saturday last Mrs, Mark Barnott,of Surroy Hills, diod very suddenly from hoat apoplexy , ...

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[COPYRIGHT.] TALES OF OUTLAWS. VIVID AND REALISTIC PICTURES OF THE PAST. THE GRIM CAPE OUTLAWS. (IN SEVEN PARTS.) PART V. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 7 January 1898

[CopTiiianT.] TALES OF OUTLAWS. VIVID AND REALISTIC PICTURES t& PAST. Select fit from, the Diary and the ? irrcspondenca of an Old Colonist. THE GRIM CAPE OUT , . LAWS. . ' (IN SEVEN PARTS.) PART V. The fugitives found the stores, and they were,, as Amy said, divided into two ; parcels and ready, for shoul dering. Not a moment was lost in getting away, and a little more than two hours later the two men walked into the old crater and passing down the fissure soon reached the small cavern in the cliff. Scarcely a word had been spoken by either of them since the previous night, but now they were once more secure in their retreat, Ayers said : ' Yesterday's tragedy will, of course, alter your plans, Stuart. Have you thought upon any other course yet ? I am ready and willing to help you in any way you wish.' ' I meant to have vengeance until ten o'clock last night and would have devoted my life to that end ; but, after what the poor old man said, I have abandoned the idea, and I ...

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