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Bicycle Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Bicycle Road Race. The bicycle road raco (two miles) under the auspices of the Maclean branch of the League of Wheelmen came off on Wednesday afternoon. The result waa a followa :— S. A. J. Small, 180 yards, 1 ; S. J. Honson, scratch, 2 ; P, E. Bailey, 265 yard8, 3. Other stutters were R. Wilaon, 350 ; A. Gillies, 355 ; J. McLaohlan, 390 ; E. Wilkinson, 500 ; P. Conlon, 825. The winner was originally alotted 315 yarda, but was se-handicapped on procuring a better machine. The finish was a closo on botwoon tho three placed men, the others coming in another bunch. The tiniBJ) wan witnessed by upwards of 100

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AMBER BRACELET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

THE AMBJCR BRACELET. Doctor Mundell sat in his oflice, casting up his ycf.rly accounts. ' Yes,' ho said after careful consideration, ' I think next year I can (jet n carpet nnil come new chairs. I want ono new ohiiir, any way,' moving uneasily. ' I ouf'tit to paper urn! paint., too. I wonder if I cuuld afford to do both ! HI made my old harness last, I could. Perhaps I can find a second-hand on«.' Like many other country physicians, Dootor Muudell, though well educated and of more thnii usual ability, was poor. His hard, prosaic life, to one of his temperament, and culture, whs very trying ! But lie saw no gleam of hopo in the future ; there he was settled, there ho must die. His reverie was interrupted by a summons to the rectory. Some one— a visitor— was ill there. In ;v moment he had fteppod from the flinty surgery nnd his dingy fifjurc?., find soon found himself in a, room filled with hits of the tropics in the shape oF rich s-hiiwls :.nd jewels, ?with fragments of Parisian fanc...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

[1876 — ESTABLISHED 22 YKABS — 1898], PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. (^POSSESSES THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OP ANY PUBLICATION— SUBSCRIPTION : 1! SjS PER YEAR (if paid in advanco) ?

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

St. Patrick's Day Sports. A meeting of the committee Wa8 held on Wednesday night at tho Commercial hotel, lhore wore over a dozen members present, Mr Bailey being iu the chair. The secretary reported that he had written about various matters m connection with i h» sports. It was docidod f-.Vmf A,f\. iir«n.,»i ? *.. written to, askmg him to use his influence to hoHaa Patnc^s Day Proclaimed a pablio The sub-committeos who carried out tho various events last year wero asked to act again, and nil up vacanoies, An Irish jig for youths under 16 years ot age was added to the programme. After somo discussion, the steamer arran«K mentswere left to a sub-committoe consistwj of Messrs P. Conlon, W. O'Connor and S© socretary. me socretary and Mr. W. O'Connor wero deputedto arrange for logs for the chopping and sawing contests. tre—s The question as to whether the hotel booth should be disposed of or arranged as on ]ast8t. Patnoks Pay evoked along discussion, wbioh ovemually resulted in MersrsW....

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hospital and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

The Hospital and the Press. The committee o£ the Maolean hospital have docided that in future the representatives of the press shall not be admitted to their meetings. This stop has seemingly buon taken without any prejudice in roforonco to tho controversy that arose between oursolves and the late committee. It is Beomingly an endorsement of the view ex nressad at the annual meatinc bv a momhor of the committee, that thoso who consented to manage the institution should not be subject to criticism, or have publicity given to their methods of doing business. By closing the doors of the board room to the press, and decid ing to conduct the business of the institution in secrooy, the committee have destroyed the claim of the hospital to bo regarded as a publio instit ution worthy of goneral sapport. In taking this stand, wo will probably be accused by those op posed to our views of trying to do the hospital an injury. But our power to iniure the hos pital is limitod by public opinion. I...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facts and Rumours. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Facts and Rumours. There is a newspaper published in Pekin bve? a thousand years old. Over nineteen hundred of its editors have been beheaded. It is statod that the injurious eSects of ths opium, trade in Queensland aro painfully ? ap» paront; young girls becoming victims to the drug. The Popo'b physician has declared that, iu spito of his great ago, Leo XIII, is as likely as most mon to see the beginning of tho new cent ury. An old boggar, who used to frequent the door of one of the principal chuichoa of Rome died lately. Ho was found to bo possessed of £37, 000, which ho had ioftby a properly; drawn up will to his three children, who wore ignorant of their father's wealth. Prisoners nlniost unanimously crave to be released from goal bufci'ow of them wouJd saro to bo precipitated to liberty and possibly death, * by an earthquake, such as the cable tells' of. '' at Balikosri in Asia Minor. According to a Eockhampton paper, shares in tho famous Mount Morgan mine are firm at £4 10s, T...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Shipping Notice. NORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY (LIMITED.) Captain D. Anthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF -Jk&v TON overy TUESDAY NIGHT at 9 ,;;$jgay^ o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTON ' ':? JBJffiag^fe- FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MOKNING at 6 o'olock. s.s. kamTatiwa, Captain John Magek, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTON 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, VO-HOUSE and LAND AGENTS, ^.ESTATES MANAGED and RENTS Collected, VALUATIONS made for PROBATE. AGENTS for tho loading LIFE and FIRE In surance Companies. LAND AGENCY business receives due attention. JO-HI SEE AND G 0.5 Oommissios A^satg a&& JPse&uoe 47 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. [Established 1864], WE Bolioifc Consignments of every swseilptlon of FARM PRODUCE, LIVE STOCK, TIMBER, &o. Onr'.many years exper...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Commercial. Maolean current prices : Dairy butter od, laotory 8d per lb ; eggs lOd per dozen ; fowls la 6dto2s; ducks 2s to 2s 6d per pair. Henry Priestly wired last night :— Best old mai/e 3s, new 2s lOd. Pigs, 5d. John See & Co. wired last night :— Prime old maize, 3a per bushel ; Clarence River new, 2s 9d to 2s lOd ; weevil- , 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Pota toes, £5 to £6 per ton, Pigs, 4d to 5d. Would etrongly urge farmers not to ship maize until thoroughly dry. The South Coast and West Camden Coopera tive Company, Limitod :— Butter, creamery, 7$d to 8d ; factory, 7d to 7|d ; dairy, Cd to 7d .Bacon, hand-curod, 7d to 7-Ad; hams, hand cured, 8$d to 9d ; lard, 3Jd to'od ; honey, 2d to 2£d ; hides, 2M to 4d ; maize, 3s to 3s 2d. fowls Is 6d to 3s ; ducks, Is 6d to 2s 6d ; geese 3s to 4s ; turkeys, 5s ,6d to 12s ; eggs, to la. Our Sydney correspondent wired last night: — Bacon— 6d to 7Ad per lb. I'rendh Beans — Is 6d to 2s per bushel ; broad, Is. Bananas — Is to 2s Gdper bunch. Beeswa...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Shipping Intelligence. Arrivalu. Oitt op Ghafton (s), 825 tons, Captain v. Anthon, from Sydney, February 15.— Mesdames Yooman, Porter, Noonan ; Misses Armstrong, Frisk, Porter ; Messrs. T. Porter, J. Sadding ton, J. Maloney, S. Prisk, A. D. Dando, A. 0. Thorrold, W. Graham, G. Fox, T. Noonan, W. Eusaell, Rev. J. Mackay, and 7 in seoond cabin. Crossed Olaronoe bar 4.40 a.m., arrived at Mac lean at 7.30 and left at 8 a.m. Experienced light north and north-east winds ; smooth sea. Departures. KALLATINA (b), 680 tons, Captain donn Mageo, for Sydnoy, February 16. — Mesdamoa Welmes, Hargraves, Dean, Barry, McKay, McLean; MisBes L. Ryan, Northcott, Gill, Gerrard, Barry; Messrs. Northcote, Leonard, Glissan, Jacksohon, Maplestone, Hargraves, Lunney, Milne, Wilshiro, A. Pollook, Welmes, Dr. MoKay ; Masters Wilshiro (2) ; and 6 iu second cabin. Loft Maclean at 1.15 p.m., and croased out the same afternoon at 3. Miscellaneous. v The exports by the Kallatina on Wednesday from Maolean wero : — 11...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

A LIFE TIME of Indigestion ! Absolutely Incapacitated for Business. WAS SCEPTICAL ... and had no faith in any Medicines but ?what Doctors prescribed, when his friend WORRIED HIM, ho threw prejudice aeide'.took Clements Tonic. now Mr. L. T. Forrest, Angus-street, Adelaide, South Australia, ?writes on January 6th, 1897 : — I cannot longer withhold my testimony as to tho efficacy of Clements Tonic. From early manhood until my present age, which is -11, I suffered vory sori ous!y from Indigestion, which manifested itself in various forms — constant drowsiness, lasting and splitting headaches, which frequently ubso luceiy prevented me from attending to my busi ness. I had not tho slightest faith iu any modi cines, except those prescribed by tho leading doctors, and consequently spent a large portion of my income ia professional advice and chem ists' drugs -without permanent benefit. About six months since, 'when on a holiday, compelled by my old unemy, Indigession, a frioud fairly worrie...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maclean Convent School. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Maclean Convent School. The school building which it was determined some months ago to erect for the Sisters of Meroy is now receiving the finiehing touches, prepara tory to boing opened for school purposes on Monday. The building measures 57 x 25 feet. It is 12 feet longer than was at first intended, tbe additional length being added in view of a larger attendance ox pupils than was firafc antici ru.uv/u. uciujj jjiuuttuiB. iu.r, jl' , ixouerceon was the contractor for the building, the cost of which, including outbuildings, tanks, etc. ia about £160. The Sisters of Mercy while await ing the erection of the school building, opened school in the School of Arts hall after tha Christmas holidays. Tho attendance at the opening was about 50 pupils. The number has m the meantime nearly doubled, and achooi will bo openod in tho new building on, Monday with an enrollment of fully 100. The neiy building is well ventilated, and provided with every accessory for tho health and comfort of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Items of Interest. Try tho Advocate for job printing. Satis faction guaranteed. Subscribe to tho Advocate — tho animated journal of tho Clarence. Fresh stock of porfumes just arrived, from 6d upwards at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. Send your orders for Job Printing to the Advocate Oilioo. Superior work and low lates. Visitors to Maclean, call and see the stock of perfumes, soaps, &c, at McKinnon's L. 0. Phar macy, Bodon's buildings. — Adv. The Advocate accounts havo boon rendered to Decomber 31st, and wo shall bo glad of an early settlomont or reduction of same Support local industry by giving your job printing to the Advocate oliice. We lavo in tho town, spend our cash, in the town, and^jy doing business with us you aro cstonding the scops of your own businoss. Splendid assortment of aoaps, all prices, at McKinnon's L. C. Pharmacy. — Adv. The Advocate is tho recognised advertising medium for the Claronco electorate. It is tho only paper publishod in the oleotorato and ...

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Our Chatsworth Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Our Ghatsworth Letter. Agricultural. — Tho copious showera of rain that fell on Saturday night and Sunday last hare proved very acceptable to vegetation of all kinds. The growth in tho cane and maize crops ia very rapid, and prospects have muoh improved einoo my laBt report. Warregah Ferry. — Numerous complaints have beon made to your correspondent for some time past regarding this ferry. It may be stated that the ferry is a public ono, but as thero is no person in charge, peoplo crossing to and fro sro obliged to trouble tho residents, which io any thing but pleasant to the latter, especially \yhon too frequent demands aro made upon them. The Government will allow a subsidy for work ing the ferry if application, is made and a. resi dent of Chatsworth states that he is willing to take up the position of ferryman, provided it ig given him at any time. I feel aure that if tho matter were placed before Mr. McFarlano, ou? representative, that it would soon be set right. In its present c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

A Consumptive's Awful Ex perience. AFTER ENDURING EXORUICIATING TORTURES OF MIND AND BODY IS RESCUED FROM AKUNTIMELY GRA\ E BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS E0R PALE PEOPLE. HIS STATEMENT TAKEN ON OATH. Towards the end of 1896, Mr. Terry (a hero of the Crimean War) now 66 years of age, was taken vory ill and his friendB knew that that awful disease, consumption, had him in its fearful grasp nnd promnt arid offuctivo remedial measures woro an abcoluto necessity. An efl'ectivo remudy was discovered in Dr. AYillisms' Pink Pills for Palo People and Mr. Terry onjoya perfect health, and is once more halo nnd hearty. To a reporter of 'Ihe Australian Military Gazette Mr. Terry gave tho following account of his illness and marvellous cure : 'I arrived in Australia in the end of 1877 n II. M. S. Sapphire tho Hon. Captain Merry. I then joined thu Diamond, under Captain, Dale, on this station, and on leaving tho ship quitted the service fur good, having in nil sorvod in sevontcon ships in Her Majest...

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How to Help the Local Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

How to Help the Local Paper You can aid your nowapaper greatly by giving the local office your general printing ; if you clo not feol able to run »n advertisement, surely you can afford to give tho newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to exeoute, Tho nowspaper man needs it, and it holps him to pay his printer for sotting uo tho thousand and one free notifies ho nivu you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can give you no such return, and ja spending m.sitlier tjp.io, tnoney, nor bvuino in 'nclping, you to build up your diRlricfc. The time may como when ;v newspaper may Hvo simply upon tho revenue dorived from subscriptions and advertisements, but no ordinarv newspaper in any ordinary town can exist without 'auxiliary support derived from goneral printing. Therefore, if you want a good nowspaper — ono that Avill still help your town and district — Qivo all your printing to tho C.R. Auvocatp, the only paper publio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

MADE JV1E A MAN £7^\ A,J/V'rABLET,s POSITIVELY CUKE f =? f ?7- If»pot«iK,y v6U..l.^SaBTr0''.*^a' JOT .'HS^iMlS''4'''3' ~ rpO BAKERS.— To compete with metropolitan iX Pr!D6l°8 eetabliahmants we have dooidad to loVer the oharge for Billhsada to 6000 fei 25? Advocate Offigp, Mooleau. u w -opl

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Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Harvest Festival. The annual celebration of the Salvatioja Army festival commenced on Saturday evening last by a procession through Maclean, headed by a horse and cart loadod with hay aud several of the corps on top, while the band played appropriate music, the soldiers joining in with song and ohomsos, which added muoh to mako anattvtwtivo sceno. The barracks was gaily decorated with flowers, overerrannR. mrnnfoito eugar cane ^ho staple product of the district)' intermingled with beautiful ferns and pot plants kindly lent for the occasion by friends, who aro in sympathy with the Army's operations here Altogether tho hall presented a very lively appearance, tb,e various stalls being well supplied with different sorts of goods for sale— pumpkins aud melons in abundance, pineapples in diffeiont atagos of nponing, groen bananas l^A^h}**??' °&- T^. dr£W 'toll r,w lu.oi^unj. wu oud wicn articles io? ladies and children's wear. Thoro was also a good supply of honey, together with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Printed and published by DAVID THOMAS BOR'T

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

Sparks from the Anvil. [By Vulcan. 1 Whose humorous strain, fine Konso and simple stylo, May toach tho ga.yest aud make tho graveitt nmilo. Vulcan will wagor a tolegraph post against a splinter that thoro is moro animosity to tho square inch in Maclean than thoro is in tho whole colony — tho Legislativo Assombly thrown iD. A good percontago of this undesirable stato nf nffai™ hns hnnn accelerated bv one or two public servants, who illegally mix up in publio matters and stir up strife and discord. Tho regulations of tho Public Service Act are very stringent with regard to Civil Servants taking part in, say, municipal eloctions, but so far as Maolean is concerned the law is treatod with contempt by at least two individuals, who aro well paid to attend to Governmental duties. But ' it's a long lane that has no turning,' and tho people of Maclean will one day arise in their wrath and demand tho rotnoval of these busy-body discord-makers. Nufi sod. Mayor Schwonberg' s statement that ' if...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 18 February 1898

[187G— ESTAISLISIIKD 22 YJ3AJ13 — 1898]. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Kff POSSESSES THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION— ? A On SUBSCRIPTION : B AR PER YEAR (if paid in ndvanoo) ?

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