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Agricultural Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Agricultural Gazette. The Agricultural Gazkttu for January is to hand and is a very interestiup; number. It contains a lengthy article on wino' making by Mr. Blunio, which is worthy tho attention of everyouo on Kugou m mac industry. Mr. d. h. Thompson contributes a long artielo ou onsilago, with do scriptions of tho appliances required in making stacks and silos. 'Tho improvement of New South Wales stock,' by W. A. O'Callughan, and 'Poultry hooping for profit,' Mr. J. J. McCuo, will bo found worthy of perusal, and there is aho a very largo quantity of other interesting matter in the volume.
The Mayor's Plate. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Mayor's Piate. [By Vulcan.] A goodly number of persons rolled up to see tho aboyo contest, but (as was known a day previously) tho ruco did not come oil', much to tho disgust of those who put in an appeai'ance. It was frooly rumorod that Alcohol was girth uAUj-ea ana oougat over oy a lew ot tne 'books.' That rumor was only too true. Slip was favorite, but lacked heart, and did not show on tho courso proper, but hugged tho railings outsido. All I can say say about this mysterious nag is that h6 is a bitter pill to swallow, and will provo an unprofitable investment to his present supporters. Flushed with his success in tho Municipal Stakes, Devil's Own was much admired by his old and truo supporters. A rumor had got about that this 'hoss' intended to run 'cronk' and cut out tho running for Slip ; but 'Vulcan' places no crodonco in that rumor and feels assured that 'Devil's Own' will run straight and do his duty to his o.d supporters and frionds. Sis.-by two and Autocrat woro in Sl...
The Municipal Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Municipal Cup. [By a Good House.] [Ox roturniugto thocflico after lunoh on Thurs day, the ollico boy found the following under the door, where it had evidently been sureptiti ously dopositod by some person with wore mod esty that pootical ability, as ho left no clue to his identity.] Tho good old race is now quifco o'er, And tho courso will ompty bo, Till this tjmo ninety-nine and then Another raco wo'll soo. Tho colts woro good ; one couldn't atay ; Tho othor won 'midsfc choers And Dug. aud Jim him followed homo, And left tho man of 'boors' To struggle struggle homewards With Scribbler at bis ilauks . But slow uud suro tho King camo on Aud beat him at tho banks. Aud whou tiuio blots out many thoughts Of famous races run, Wo'll still rotnoinbor that great day, Whon Scribblor Lobbau won.
The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Municipal Election, Sin, — Nearly all one-horse centres of the dimeusious and population of Maclean aro susceptible to certain monopolies, prejudices ami other distasteful elements that go to make up an undesirable state of things ior tho poorer clnssc-i \\w\ even the so-culled hnnd to mouth citizens. Here wo are governed by a clique of lmlf-ii-dozen residents who resort to various cou icmpiioio means ana unprincipled metnoas to run every institution mul public movement in tlie town. Nor docs the system of class distinction hinge upon the worthy townsman only, but wo find that people without, the .slightest stake iu district aro the main motive power that leads tho few to cant thoir preju dicul nets amongst this careless citizens aud delude them into their way of thinking aud acting. Tho municipal elections are over and the alleged public verdict given, but even in the face of this I conteud that I am justified in showing how the ratopayorH have been bamboozled, In tho first pla...
Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Local Notes and News. Heavy gale. Prico of butter roso. Bo proparod for a flood. Bain all ovor tho colony. Shipwrocks on tho coaot. A mau should keep his friendship iu constant Tho Gippsland bush fires aro still doing terrible damage Whou was Eivor-stroot dodicatod as a public lacooourso ? Getting into bad habits — trying on badly fitting clothes. A grout deal moro interest is takon in cricket than in Fodoration. Mark Twain sooins to think Australians live for nothing but Melbourne Cup. Srmo pooplo act like cactus, and expoct you to treat thom like a sonsitive plant. The annual incorno of tho Eussian Imporial Family ia estimated at £3,500,000 sterling. Of tho 51,000 breweries estimated to bo iu the world, 20,000 aro in Germany. Tho heaviest boll in tho world ia that of Mos cow, Russia, which weighs 432,000lb. Tho various countries of tho world now use 13,400 different kinds o£ postage stamps. One-eight of the ontiro population of Gseat Britain live TTithin. tho limits of London. Mr-...
Lismore Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Lismore Hospital. LiS-UOitE u.ti well as Maclean has its hospital fiasco. In that town, it appears, it has beon tho practice to oleut curtail), persons life members for thoir sorvicos in connection with balls and other means by which money was collected for tho hospital. Tho contributions for which those people- wero thus honored woro not made out of thoir own pockets, but woro collected by them from every Tom, Dick aud Harry iu tho district Tho august personages who collected those amounts received all tho kudos, and woro elected lifo mombors with tho lifG privilege of dispens ing othor people's charity without uuy roferouco to such people's wishes. This state of affairs was brought into prominence rocontly by a proposal to establish a pay ward iu tho hospital. This proposal v/au a tost question in connection with the rocout olection. oi tUo committoo, aud tho votes of life moinbors who had bought thoir privileges of voting with other peoplo's monov wero objected in. Tho question w...
The Wages of Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Wages of Murder Tjik Parisian police department has just issued and instructive and possibly an effective docu ment (says tho London '*? Daily Telegraph'), showing from actual facts that, apart from the fear of punishment, crime does not pay. The police take for the text tho late Parisian murder, that by the man Carrara and hia wife, who killed tho collector of a bank hore and took his money to pay off their debts. The collector had in his possession £880, a-nd. his assassins buried all but £28 of this in their cellar. The £28 they spent in such a lavish manner as to attract the attention of their neighbours, and suspicion was directed towards them. They were arrested, confessed, surrendered £852, and will probably be guillotined. Tho police enumerate 21 murders done by 27 'artistes,' as the '.-assassins', were humourously termed, and the average, profit to each assassin for his share in. the crime was £3 03 6d. It iB interesting to : read. of rtho very, small returns the more o...
An Unusual Spectacle. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
An Unusual Spectacle. The unusual spectacle of a funeral coming to a standstill in front of a public-house was wit nessed in Swanston-street yesterday afternoon (says Tuesday's Melbourne Akgus). People who stood about in the immediate vicinity wondered whether or not the landlord was dead, or wueuiur iiiu ueai.se-uj.ivBr waa inirscy, or cne chief mourners were concerned about the heat, and desired to slake their thirst before proceed ing further on their mournful journey. All speculations were, fortunately, wrong. The cortege had come to a standstill merely that the chief mourners might read the cricket scores posted on the publican's window.
The Partition of China. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Partition of China. Ix an interview with tho representative of the 'Berliner NuUBe Nachrichten' the Japanese Minister in London is stated to h;\ve said that tho occupation of Kiaochou and Port Arthur so far gave not tho slightest cause for apprehen sion. Ho did not. believe that wo stood on tho ove of partition of the Chinese Empire. Ques tioned aa to whether .Japan at the present juncture would evr.ctuateWei-hai-wei if China paid the war indemnity, the Minister said : 'Why not? The question is only financial. The forts [jf Wei-hai-wei are in their present state almost of no valuo to any Power. As fur as I know ilure is at present only one wano' war and a brigade of Japanese troops on the spot. The chief, thing in my view in judging the situation is that Germany has no political interest whatever in Eastern Asia, but solely a commer cial interest, Japan as well as England has a great trado in China, but neither has much to fear from the competition of Germany or Russia. Manufact...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Scholastic, rnHE ASSOCIATED I30ARD OF THE JL JROYAL ACADEMY OP MUSIC, AND THE KOl'AL COLLK&E OP MUSIC FOR Local Esamiaation of Musio. Pkesidest: H.K.H. the Prinae of Wales, K.G. This Board has established a local centre at Grafton, and Porms of Butry, which are to be sent iu to me by thb 1st of May next, may be had on application. Pee for each subject, a guinea and a half. A. LOBBAN, Honorary Local .Representative. Grafton, 9th February, 1S98. Excursions. O EDUCED FARES. REDUCED PARES. The Fast and Regular Passenger Steamer Florenee J^ Menzie Leaves CHATSWORTH ICV BUY MORNING for GRAFTON, via South Arm, excepting Thurs day, whon sho runs' up the Main River Leaves GRAFTON EVERY AFTERNOON at half-past 2. PA*SBS Chatsworth ? 2a Gd Return 3i 6d Macleaa ? ? ? 2* „ 3s Lawrence ? la 6d „ 2s 6d Bruahgrove & Ulmarra. ..Is „ 1b 6d GEORGE SHORE, London House, Graftou, and All Nations' Store, South G'afton. Government ^J^fijslis Advertisements. District Inspector of Schools Offi...
Pipe Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Pipe Band. A meeting for the purpose of forming a pipe band was held at tho Macleaa hotel on Thurs day night. There was a,u attendance of 35 mem bers. The subscription was fixed at 5a per annum, honorary members 2a Gd. The officers elected were — President, Mr. \V. Murray ; vice presidents, S. Mdcuuughtuii, R. Gn.ll, and J. A. S. Murray ; treasurer, Mr. H. Connochio ; sec retary, Mr. J. A. S. Murray. Nino pipers and two drummers were then enrolled as ir embers of the band. Several airs were rendered by mem bers of the band at the close cf the meeting.
Giant Pumpkins. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Giant Pumpkins. Ouit Harwood correspondent writes :— It is well worth while for anyone interested iu the grow ing of pumpkins to pay a visit to Mr. W. Lazar's place at Harwood aud inspect his pumpkins. The ' Globe Mammoth ' is the finest specimen of eating pumpkin I have ever seen. Tho dimensions of tho largest are— Ott 7in round, lft 7 iu high, and woight 121lbs. Ttus kind is of a Dright yellow coior and is a good table vege table,
Export of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
'?'' Export of Horses, The official records provp that tho export trado in horses has grown considerably of Uto yeuts. In 1805 158(- horses wero sent nway from this colony of (ho total value of £1-1,000 odd, wheroas in 1986 no fower than SloS wero sent away, of tho total value of about £123,500, the one year's tranftuuuuns alone showing ;i material increase India has boon ;i largo customer, not only for this but also for other parts of Australia. She drew from this colony nlouo in 1S95 1063 horses, which wero valued at £12,7-15, and in 189!) she obtained from this colony no fower than 166G horses, which wero of tho value of £23,800. Tho complete returns for thu year 1S97 are not available, but it would seem from the figures which arc acccssiblo that; there was ii fallin' off in tho export of horses to India in tho year just closed, the total number exported being given at 1180, valued at .C1.800 odd. During both the years 1S95 and 1897 we bod t largo drafts to the neighbouring colon...
How to Help the Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 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 not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give tho newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute The newspaper man needa it, and it helps him to, pay his printer for sotting up the thousand and one freo notices ho gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can give you no such teturn, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your district. The timo may come when a newspaper may live simply upon tho revenue derived from subscriptions and advertisements, but no ordinary newspaper in any ordinary town can exist without auxiliary support derived from general printing. Therefore, if you want a good newspaper — one that wll still help your town and district — give all your printing to tho C.R. Advocate, the only paper published in tho C...
A Game of Cards. For £200,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
A Game of Cards. For -£200,000. The following interesting story relating to the history of the Broken Hill Proprietory Com pany is morth republishing : — A game of euchre for one-fourteenth of the mine was played, and although a full share did not represent the stake, the then value of that share depen ded on the result of the game — depended in deed, on one man holding more trumps than his opponent. The scene occurred at Mount Gipps about 15 years ago, when Mr. McOulloch (the manager) and Mr. Cox (an employee on the station) played to decide whether the latter should give the former £150 or L120 for a fourteenth sharo in the Broken Hill mines, which wero juat being pros pected. Mr. Cox won, and Ins since had reason to blesa the man who, to please the royal maeter, tho mad King of France' invented a pack of cards. Monte Carlo has been tho acene of many a huge gambling transaction, but it is doubtful if ever the result of a single game equalled the present value (over L200.000) of th...
The Terrors of Rheumatism OVERCOME BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
The Terrors oi Rheumatism OVERCOME BY DR. 'WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND ' MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. -Mes. Knibb, or Earie-3tr8et, Toowong, is tho 'wife of an induBtrious Toaidont of that place. She had, until quite recontjy, been .a great suf. ferer from rheumatism. Mrs. Knihb is well , advanced in years, and an acoount of her com plete cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People should prove good naws to those sufferers who orronoously fancy rheumatism and other ' kindred ilia tho natural acsorapaniment of old age and therefore inourablo. The agoniea of rheumatimn ara well-known, and bo now is the fact ihat Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a cure for it. Those pains in joints and muscles, which are aggravated by tho (slightest change in the weather, most clearly denote the presence of rheumatism, which may later on develop into rheumatic fever. 'Dear me,' Baid Mrs. Knibb to our reporter. ? 'I have beeu a great sufferer from rheumatism. Twelve yea...
A Sydney Resident Cured of Chronic Liver Trouble. BILLIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, LOSS OF APPETITE, AND SLEEPLESSNESS. HE BECAME FATIGUED UPON THE SLIGHTEST EXERTION. DOCTORS WERE CONSULTED BUT NO RELIEF WAS OBTAINED. PATENT MEDICINES WERE TRIED WITH THE SAME RESULT. GOULD'S TINY TONIC PILLS EFFECT IN ASTOUNDING CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
A Sydney Resident Oared of Chronic Liver Trouble. B1LLIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, LOSS OF APPETITE, AND SLEEPLESSNESS. HE BECAME FATIGUED UPON THE SLIGHTEST EXERTION. DOCTORS WERE CONSULTED BUT NO RELIEF WAS OBTAINED. PATENT MEDICINES WERE TRIED WITH THE SAME RESULT. GOULD'S TINY TONIC PILLS EFFECT AN ? ASTOUNDING CURE Mr. William Stace,a prepossessing young man of about 20 yearn of age, was interviewed the other day by a reporter, at 1i,b home, 30 Little Essex street, Sydney, with regard to the recent illness from which he has jusc recovered, 'For a long period' said Mr. Stace, ' 1 suffered severe ly from bilhousness and aome exaggerated form of Liver complaint. At first it was only occa sional bilhoua attacks, but as time passed the complaint became chronic and I suffered terribly. My appetite completely disappeared, and for days at a timo I would hardlv taste a morsol of food, in fact tho very sight of eatables was dis. tasteful to me. Acute headaches assailed me continually, beingpartic...
Murrayville Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
MuiTayville Cricket Match. Thk correspondent who supplied the report of the recent Murrayville-Chatsworth cricket match writes: — 'Permit mo to sond you a few words in roply to tho secretary of tho Cliatsworth club. The secretary of the Chataworth club is quito ivrnijg in Buying lhat Murrayville had the best toiun thev could nick, or in fact in savincr thut anything but thu second eleven arranged tho mutch. If tho first eleven were playing, whoro woro J. Hill, C. Wallace, J. Murray, W. Murray, Mervyn Hough, P. Dwyor, M. Wells, J. Hedley, W. Spencer, J. Pairlmll and It. Forrester ? Not a single ono of them was playing. Certainly an 'old time' one of the Murrayville team— James Golden — was playing, but this plnyor is p;vst his cricket, and could never ho,.e to bo picked in Murrayvillo's first now. I must also state that tho secretary of tho Cliatsworth nut- io wn/uy mi buying .lhuhuwhy uiu not oowi, for tho rot in tho Cliatsworth team did not set in till tho youth Kioly Broadway fair...
Ulmarra Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 15 February 1898
Ulmarra Dairy Company. The annual mooting of tho C. R. P. Dniry Company was held nfc Ulmarra on Saturday, There was an nttondauce of about 250 shareholder and suppliers, and over 100 others. Tho report for the yoar 1897 showed that for the hnlf-ycar ending Dec. 31, 180G, thero woro 1M5,25S gallons of milk fronted (it tho factory, wniie lor cne p;mt mx niuntna there were no lesB than 456,517 gallons put through, which wns nearly double that of the anme term of the previous yoEr. Thin quantity of milk pioduued 189,S941bs of butter, equal to about 85 tons. The avorage teat was 3.58, average payment 3 l-3d per gallon ; sales of be ttor, £6237 10a Id ; skim milk, £272 16s lOd, while £5759 la 5d was expended in the purchase of milk. During the year £46 17s wero paid for dividends. Owing to tho larsje supply of milk, the Directors found it necessary to carry out a number of improvements at the faetoiy, viz, a now weighing shed, scales, recoiving tank, skim milk tank, now drain, motalling, ...