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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Editorial Notes. Tub balanco shoot of Maclean municipality for tho half year onding Fobruary 1st shows a satisfactory improvement in some respocts com pared with the corresponding period onding Fobruary 1st, 1897. The differonco in some of tho itoms for tho two periods is shown by tho following figures : — Gonoral rates collected — '97 £51 ; '98, £114. Govornmont ondowment— '97, £143; '9S, £74. Expenditure on works, services ind improvements from gonoral account — '97, £63 ; '98, £157. The salaries, office and miscel laneous espouses are lower in latter period than in- the former. On tho other hand, the bank overdraft increased from £327 to £397 ; and tho lighting account oredir. balance has fallon from £45 to £20, consequont on the erec tion of now lamps. AldeRjian See's remarks, at Tuesday's Council mooting, as to the necessity of making a search ing sanitary inspection of the town and taking stops to prevent the outbreak of typhoid assum ing the dimensions of an opidomic, will bo...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ANCIENT DICTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

AN: ANCIENT DICTIONARY. For some time past Egyptologists have been anxiuiis to discover some hieroglyphic sign-list compiled by the ancient Egyptians themselves, and at last such a '-ocument has come to light, hi Babylonia Mid Assyria the exigence of dic tionaries has been well attested by the discovery of a large number of syllaberies and glossaries, which go far to elucidate documents in the cuneiform character, but until this most recent discovery nothing of the kind has been Unown to exist in Egyptian hieroglyphics. The discovery is owing to the labours of that distinguished Egyptologist, Professor I'liuderB Petrie, who as far back as 1084 noticed a large iiUmber of houses which had evidently been de stroyed by firo in the neighbouihood of the anttout city of San. Mr. r'etrie obtained a large quantity oi pottery and other objects from this site, ami also a valuable collection of papy rus rolls. Many of these were \ be;' much broken aud charred ; but svith a little, fyre they hav...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Mr John McFarlane. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Mr John McParlane. Tub Member for the Claronco has been officially iuformed as follows : — Respecting the improvement of road leading to the 'Woodford Dalo Public wharf, tho Min ister for Work states that he sees no good reason to alter the decision rireviouslv arrived at, viz.. that the residents in tha locality should contri bute a portion of tho cost. Ro application from residents of Goodwood Island for improving tho road along the river bank, the Minister has decided that the Govern ment will carry out improvements upon tho road, provided that the residents will construct culverts across the road* A number of applications havo been referred to tho local officers for report.

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THE POISON-BINDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

THE PO1SON-PINDER. The poor man lay groaning in bed with the blankets pulled up closely around him It seemed hours since he had gone I here in the vain attempt to get to sleep after he had tired himself out walking u:. *\id down the floor. He had the toothache. . ... Several times ho hud resolved to put sonic laudanum on his ac' ii'p gums, but the medicine was out in, the kito'ien cupboard, and he kept on suiftrinj; rather than get up. He knew how weak and foolish it was, but i.he repugnance a man feels t' arise from a warm bed in the middle of tu? night was too stroDg !-.r him to resist. ? ? '? . ..'?-. ? ; ? . . . At last he could stand it no longer, With a mighty resolve he jumped out of bod aud stumbled his way into the kitahen. Standing on a chair, he givped about the top shelf of the cupboard in search of the bottle. Hi: searched in vain. Although he knew it reas there he couldn't lay his hands on it. It seemed to him that he had handled every btassed bottle at least a score o...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Returned from Westralia. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

iteturned from Westralia. Mu. W. J. Maher, who returned from Westralia on a visit to his friends, gavo us, in the courso of an interview, some interesting particulars of that colony. Mr. Maher went west four years ago, and obtained employment in the Harbors and Rivers department. He was promoted rapidly in the service and is now foreman of the floating plant at Fremantlo. He informs us that all tho Clarence River men who are located at Fromantlo aro doing well. Tho many friends of Mr. D. Johnson, who carried out a number of contracts on the Clarence, will be pleased to hear that he occupies the position of manager of tho harbor works. He has recently established a record for wharf building for the Australian colonies, having erected three quarters of a milo of jetties in lti months. Since tho gold dis oovorios, tho entrance to tho Swan River has been improved so as to admit shipping, which was previously berthed in tho outer harbor. The rock at the entrance was removed, and by the a...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Shipping Intelligence, Arrivals. Cjrv cv Gkaitox (s), SL'5 tons, Captain D. ip^. Auth/m, from Sydney, February '23. — Ivlesdanioa C^^i'l01' Hutton ; Misses Brandy, Sponcor (2); i^-Sj-;. H. S. Rich, L. Davis, A. E. Collard, T. SfeeViJ'-iV. Nowby, 'W. G. Foran, A. J. Pornn, iSi' *A-'i-C -^H: Stophons, I'1. AY. Lano, Captain fV *' V' ' V-'-X. second cabin. Grossed tho bar at P% .'',?-'' 1 '.f''1'i:-%ftt Macsloau S.lo, and loft again .?ra'^i^Si- \'^ ?'.??:'T Departures. 44^:V^-r- ??'«?*£?*? -ty), USD tons, Captaiu Johu 7$$£?$$t-S~ '. i -V^V'ydney, Fobruary 2;i.— Mosdnmea ?^'&gfjK1V.-t-;^1^O'Vittrick, Clarke and ckildron, mmglft^my, w^oid ?- *--*** j\Mo IBHSSS' 'I^-'S/. Woston, Laskcr, W. Brownlio, HHHSB$'i£ '&-^ '-1-'' McKittrick, A. McKittrick. BSSPsP^V' liyruos, JJonjiman, Ponroso, T. W. i^SG-A.5 1 *V- 0'. Collins : 'Master McKay, and 10 SBfflfe?^'')1(1 cabilK Lo' Mucloau at 12t3° aad SK&|§§s|rli -!»ut tho same afternoon at 5.40. KMwro^' Miscellaneous. W|UEra||...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Shipping Notice. R'~EDUOBD~FARES.' REDUCED FARES, ? The Fast and Regular Paeaonger Steamer llorenee «§g^ leKenzie r...M QHATSWORTH EVERY MORNING for GRAFTON, via South Arm, excepting Thurs ; Anv when she luna up tho Main River Lea'vcB GRAFTON EVERY AFTERNOON »t half-past 2. pa¥ss Oh»tsworth ? 2c 6d Return 3a 6d Maoleaa ? ? ? 2a „ 3a Lawrence ? !?» Od „ 2» Gd ' Bruebgrove & Ulmarra...l3 „ la ba GEORGE SHORE, ?London Houbb, Grafton, and All Nations' Store, South Grafton. 'tTORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION £i COMPANY (LIMITED.) ? s.S. GOT (S'a-BAFTO^, Captain D. Anthon, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF A,i TON every'TUKSDAY NIGHT at 9 ?«M^ o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTON '$$&& FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY MOKNlJNG at 6 o'clock. S.g. KALLAT1NA, Captain John Mag be, 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 Oommissior^Agents. McLAGHLAN and COMPANY, ; Rive...

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Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Oliurch of E.A. SABBATH, Jbobruary 2,,— Maclean 11, Palmer s ?worth 3. — Bov. 1). Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. SUXDA.Y, February 27. — Maclean 11 and 7.30, Ohatsworth 3.— Eev. J. S. Scott. Church of England. Sunday, February 27.— Yuinba 11 (h.c), Palmer's Island 3, Maclean 7.30. Tuesday — Palmer's Channel 7.30. Wednesday — Chats- worth 7.30 (service and practice).— Bev. J. W, Upjohn. Roman Catholic Church. Sunda}', February 27. — Maes : Lawronco 9 ; Maclean 11. — Rev. lTathor Xioly. . Sunday, February 27.— Mass : Chatsworth 9, Harwood 11. — Rov. Father lleado. iWcsleyan Church, Sunday, Fobruury 27.— Maclean 11, Palmor's Ohannol 2.45, Palmor's Island .7.30.— Rov. G. H. Barrett. Maclean 7.30. — Mr. J.Skiunor. Salvation Army. Sunday. — Maclean: Kucedrill 7, Holiness, 11. Freo and Easy 3, Salvation Mooting 7.30. — Miss Sarah Rowo, Captain ; Miss Isabolla Blacklaw.

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Commercial. PnniE old maizo is worth 3d or 3rd por bashel moro ia Sydney market than tho now maizo ar riving from tho rivers. Maclean current in-ices : Dairy butter od, factory Sd por lb ; eggs lOd por dozon ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2.; to 2s 6d por pair. John See & Co. wired last night: — Maizo unsettled, now 2s 8d to 2s lOd ; weevily 2s 6d to 2s 9d, primo, 3s. Pigs, dd,- scarce Tho South Coast and West Camdon Coopora tive Company, Limited : — Butter, creamery, lid to Sd ; factory, 7d to 7M ; dairy, 6d to 7d Bacon, hand-cured, 7d to 1-}A; hams, hand cured, 8Ad to 9d ; lard, 3.U to'ud ; houoy, 2d to 2M ; hides, 2.UI to dd; 'maize, 3s to 3s 2d. fowls Is to 3s ; ducks, Is 6d to 2s 6d ; geese 3s to 4s ; turkeys, 4s Gd to 12s ; eggs, to Is Id. Butter salos havo beon fairly satisfactory at the advanced prico. Tho heavy rains havo put a fitOD to SDBP.Ill.itivo bnvimr Tlin nnnlif-Tr n( tVio eggs now arriving is vory mdifforent, conse quent upon tho closo woathor. Thoro is a good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

[1876 — ESTABLISHED 22 YEM!3 — 1898]. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. (^POSSESSES THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CLARENCE ELECTORATE OF ANY PUBLICATION. ? SUBSCRIPTION : Ju^S PER YEAR (if puid in advance) ?

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PRICES IN THIS 16TH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

PRIOBS IN THB 16TH CENTURY. The Chancellor's salary was £200 per annum. Speakarofthe House ot Commons £100. TWe Kiug's chief carver had £50 ; his chief surgeon had 40 marks per annum ; librarian, £10 ; cupbearer, £20. Minstrels were paid 6d. a day, and tbe marsbiiU of the minstrels 4;jd. a day. 10 marks a year. Superior workmen or free masons, bricklayers, plumbers, joiners ha.i in the long months 6d. a-day, in tho short 5d. ; if on board wages, 4d. and 3d. Tho ordinary agricultural labourer was naid from Easter to Michaelmas 4d. without meat and drink, and 2d. with, and the other part of tho year l£d. with his board. The yearly clothing of a chief shepherd is valued at Ss , of a woman servant 4s , aud the same for a woman or child. The price of gunpowder was 2£d. or 4:1. per lb. ; saltpetre 4d. A hand .''gun cost 9s., a great coDper guu with two chambers £35 j two iron guns, £25 6s. 8d. The price of provisions for the navy was estimated as follows : — Biscuits, 5s. the 100 ; beer, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

General Woticea. ' J8 few Reasons IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AD ' ALL SEASONS ? I. DtuAUOt of time. The leadlns npirit for more than W ycara. © 2OC0AIICI! It '8 recommended by . DtUAUOE leading Medical MOD.; Over 5,000 have t«Stlfl«-l to it-a purity. @ 3QEPAIICE Ushiwest orsclontUlli . DCUAUOE its enormous »ne. Over one niiUion bottka gold annually. © 4Oi:fl-UIQE In all Urinary troubles . UUUAUuE it Btimuktes the organs of urination and bowtb to rigorous action. e SBCOAllOr It Is entirely free from' . OfcuAUbC fusel oil nnd can, thcro Jore, bo relied on as a: thoroughly puie opliit. THE ONLY REAL | BREAKFAST-SUPPER. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. BOILING V/ATER OR MILK, - V Tho day was young and not iar epeni, ' As through tho busy atreeta there wenS A youth (an yet unknown to fume), 'J#'; Jisauriug aloic tho well-known nsmg— '? ' DR. WAUQSU0 His eye was bright, his form upright; - Ho held lua banner to tho light; His business there, to advertise The Powder famed for Cakes and Pios—...

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BEES THAT STING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

BBKS THAT STING. Teniblo stories of bees which will sting a man to death are told by Indian travellers. Not far from Jabalpur, in tho highlands of Central India, thu Nerbiulda River boils alone, deep and siil'e.; for I wo miles, between sheer walls of pure wh;t«; marble a hundred feet in height. Here and there the white limestone is seamed by veins of dnrk green volcanic rock, a contrast nhch enhances the, puiity of the surrounding niM'blu. As the visitor to thesis marlile. rocks is poled up t,he gorgu in a flat-bottomed punt ho (lives himself up to the admiration or the mar vellous scene of beauty, lint there is ' a lly in tin- ambei.' Numerous colonies of hens whose combs are Attached to jutting ledges of the rocks arc easily disturbed, and thin come down in angry swarms on th« outsider. An English isngivi-cr, Mr Iioildington, was in a boat with a companion sounding the river for a proji eti d crossing or a railway. .Several of thu party were. i n the pUk-au above, shooting at tho...

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Loss of Memory Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Loss of Memory Case. A I'ATiuNT who was admitted to tho Newcastle Hospital rocontly,Huffer.ing from loss of memory, took a Blight fit in tho institution, and, when ho recovered, ho remembered that hia name was Sydney Alfred Hearno, and that he resided at Lavendar Bay, North Sydney, with hia mochor andaiator. Ho recollects being in Sydney on Saturday of last week, bub of what has occurrod between that timo and tho moment of his re* oovery, ho professes to bo absolotely ignorant, neither has he, ho says any knowledge of how he got into the hospital. Ho states that of late his occupation has been a seafaring one, and that aorre years ago ho received a blow on tho head, as the result of which he has occasionally Buffered from an affection of his memory. Hearno returned to Sydney, in company with a friend, by the Btoamor Newcastle

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Health and Wealth. SO THINKS A NEWCASTLE GIJR.L WHO USED TO SUFFER TERRIBLY FROM NEURALGIA, HEADACHE, AND INDI GESTION. GOULD'S TINY TONIC PILLS WERE USED AND NOW SHE THOROUGHLY BE LIEVES THAT HEALTH IS WEALTH. One of the many blessings of this life which is seldom .appreciated, is .that of good health. Men and women not only fail to appreciate this gift, but ofi'timea let their system run down, and then a general illness results. An instance of great suffering which came to our notice, we give here as an example — a young lady resident of Newcastle, Miss Holt, cf 9 Perkin-street, in that city, Some years ago she fell down a flight of stairs and seriously injured her back. As a result of the accident she suffered from severe headaches and pains in the back ; Neur algia, also set in. She was subject to violent attacks at least nnce a month, and was unable to do any work in the house, the neuralgic pains and headaches nearly driving her mad. She tried all sorts of remedies, patent and...

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General Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

General Sporting. The final test match atarta in Sydney to-day. Iredale will probably stand out of the final teat matoh. The match England v. Queensland was for mally abandoned owing to the rain. Maclean team having no fixture for Saturday, a scratch match will be played, in which mem bers and friends will take part. Owing to tho wot weather tho cup match Palmer's Island v. Angowrie was postponed from luat Saturday till the 12th March. In compliance with tho request of the Associa tion, Brushgrove and Lawrence cricket clubs meet to-morrow to play over a recent cup matoh in connection with which a protest was entered by the forrnor club. On Saturday the rifle match between Grafton, Liamore and Glnn Linos was fired off at the respective ranges, and resulted in a win for Lismore with 550 points, Graf con 513, Glen Innea 506. Tho following team has been selected to represent Liwrenco against Brushgrove oc Saturday (weather permitting) in a cup match : — Redfjrn, ELarducre, Wheaton, Engl...

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Roundabout Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Roundabout Notes. [By 'Ci.inkino Cvjsjial.'] Without any ceremony, introduction, preface or preamble I fall into line, and with your kind permis sion, Mr. Editor, tako my place as au occasional contributor to your valuable journal. Being 'fully seized ' with my responsibility and obligation. I hope to mako my duties plesisant and profitable alike to myself, you, sir, and your readers. As the municipal candidate always says on the hustings, I am free uud independent, adhering to no party or clique. So, therefore, thoso who will follow my notes will bear in mind that I um not writing to please, but the views that I m»y give expression to on current topics, thoy will accept as the independent and conscientious opinions of Clinking Cymbal. Localities, like individuals, havo hobbies, whether they know it or not, hence what will draw a crowd in one centre will pass almost unheeded in another. And it is surprising how places a fow miles apart diifer in this respect. Just let us glnnco at a...

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N.S.W. v, South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

N.S.W. v, South Australia. This match was commenced In Sydney on Friday and concluded on Tuesday, South Australia winning by 295 runa. South Auatralia mado 289 in their firat innings, New South Wales making 310. Scores : — South Australia, 2nd innings. Lyons, c MoKlbbin b Noble ? 5 Darling, b Noble ? 16 Hill, b Donnan ? 170 Reedman, b Trumpar ? .'......... 21 Jarvis, c and b Noble ? 154 Giffon, b Newell ? ..... 1 Green, b Newell ? 8 Evans, c substitute b McKibbin ? .'.... 32 Jonua, c and b Noble ? 19 Bugo, runout ? i.. ... 0 McKonuio, nob out ? 0 Total, with sundries.. . .-. ? 442 N.S.W., 2nd innings. . Donnan, b Jones ? 8 Ttnmper, st. McKenzeie, b Evans ? 7 Pye, c^nd b Evans ? ? 11 Mackenzie, b Jones ? i .. .;. 9 Newell, c Lyons, b Jones ........ ..... .,. . . 0 Noble, candb Evans ? 38 Conningham, run out ? 25 Evers, b Jones ? , ? 10 McKibban, o Darling, b Evans /... .......... 8 Kelly, not out ? 6 Total, with sundries ? 126

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

Maclean Municipal Council. Tnu regular mooting of tho Council was held on Tuesday night. Present — Tho Mayor, Aldormon Kolly, Mncdonald, McMillan, O'Connor, Sco, Maonaughtan and Lobban. The minutes of two previous meetings was road nad confirmed. Thn TVfnvnr said thnt boforo nroooodintr witl tho business of the mooting, bo would liko to refer to n. lotter signed 'Ratepayer ' which appeared in tho Advocate recently, to tho effect that the works comtnittoG had upeut L700 last year. Ho wiahod to put tho statemenlB therein light. It was pvotty generally known who tho writer wus and tho spirit in which ho had -writtou. It was assorted that tho culvert at tho post-office hud cost Lit), -whoioas it bad cost only LI 10s. The statement thut no per lnuuout work hud beon dono was not correct. Tho Argyle-8treetdrain,whichcostL62, was apormationt work, and so also was the Central Avenuo drain, ' A stone wall on the Palmer's Channel road wa.s a ver manont work and cost a largo Bum of monoy, ? A g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 25 February 1898

SUPPORT Local Industry ? Gefc your JOB PRINTING done «t the ADVOCATE Office, fep- £-l«f)?» Gq«4 Work, For Sale, FOR SALE.— A~He^vy DRAUGHT COLT ; would mako a good eire ; 14 months old. For further particulars apply to ? J. KAY, Woodford Palo. General Notices. QT. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. A GRAND' BALL Will bo held in tho Sohool of Arts, Maclean, on Thursday, 17th Maroh. Full pnrtioulnra Id faturn ioouo. By Order of tho Commltfcso, I MPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. Having an up-to-date advertisement writer on our staff, Clients can havo their busiueno notifications writton— eithor racily or otherwise — freo of ohnrgo. Long experience ; BRtiBfnotion guaranteed. Apply to Advocate Offioo, Maoleuu. /CHALLENGE.— Tho team of CRICKETERS \J who played tbo CHATSWORTH Team on Saturday, 6th instant, are proparod to play the team mentioned in your correopondont's lottor of tho 11th, to decido which iB the Murrayville team. Murrayvillo, 23rd February. NOTICE.— ,T. J. HOUGH and SON will bo at Mre. GUA...

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