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The Final Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

' The Final Test Match. TnE fifth and last tost match commenced in Sydney on Saturday. The attendance during the afternoon rsaphed 30,000, and the tak ings amounted to over £i'i00. Tho weather was beautiful and the wicket in good order. Irodale stood out of the Australian eleven, and Stoddart and Board out of the English team. McLaren won the toss and decided to bat. At the close of the day's play 5 wickets were down for 301 runs. The match was resumed, yester day in tho presence of about 10,000 spectators, linf. (lnrint» flin r\n.Y tin's Tinrnhfir tpn« lnro-olv augmented. The remaiuder of the Englishmen's wickets collapsed, Jones' bowling being simply unplayable, securing 0 wickets for 82. The Englishmen's innings closed at lunch time for 335. T'le Australians commenced their first innings, and when tho stumps were drawn had lost 5 wickets for 1S4. Scores : — ENGLAND, First Innings. McLaren, b Trott ? 64 Wainwright, c Hill b Trumblo ? 49 Eanji, c Gregory b Trotfc ? 2 Hay ward, b Jo...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Dairymen's Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Dairymen's Association. A rsrEEiiNtt of tlio delegates of tho Association was held at G-raf ton on Thursday. Mr. 'Varley presided, and Messrs. Morrison, Harrison, Baillie, Walker, Hewitt, M'Intosh, Ross, Erazer, and Henderson were present. A letter was read from the F. IP. and I. Co., en closing a subscription of £10 10s towaids the Associ ation. At the Company's suggestion, an arbiter was appointed, to whom differences arising between the Company and suppliers might be referred. Mr. Geo. H. Varley was selected for the posi tion. A telegram was read stating that the last shipment of butter realised 100s per ewt in London. It was also reported thatprobably another £1000 would be divided under the export scheme. Tho Farmers Union forwarded a copy of a resolu tion carried by them suggesting tho amalgamation of the Association and tho Union. Messrs. Varley, Henderson and Beatson were appointed to confer with the Union delegates. The delegates did not favor the idea of amalgamation. Tho ...

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Cablegrams. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Cablegrams. LONDON, Satueday. Captain Sohojibeiig,oi tho warship Victorious, which went ashore at at Port Said,is to be court inartialled. Anxieuy has been caused in New York by the report of a fresh discovery that the disaster to the warship Maine was caused by a torpedo or '? *****-o. .a. pains} ^jLovautju. iu Yv tiii-gcreec ana stocks fell twelve points, but iho Government officials still bedove that the disascer was acci dental. In the House of Commons, Mr. Chamberlain said he hoped that negotiations with regard to the Niger difficulty would result satisfactorily. Xho Cabinet were absolutely united on the West Africa policy and determined not to allow Aba Lagos and Gold Coast districts to be strangled as Gambia and Sierra Leone had been. M. Melme, speaking in tho Erench Chamber of Deputies, declared that the Dreyfus agitation must cease in the interests of the army and tho public peace. A vote of confidence in the Min istry was carried by 410 votes to 51. The Greek loan of £0,00...

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Telegraph Conversations. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Telegraph Conversations. AiuuXTiEMEXTS aro being mado by the Tele graph Dopurtinont fcr tho holding of special conversations by tolograph, and the following regulations in connection therewith havo been issued :— Arrangements will bo made, on appli catiou, for tho uso of tho wiro, at any hour, for f \i ci niivnriofi /if no vi«tti 11 i~r r\v\ n onn^in I »mn ir/, r-,-. lion, bctwoon any two olh'cos, provided that such conversation is not of too loug duration, or likely to intorforo with tho regular tralh'c to any extent. Such conversation, if held during office hours, will bo charged at the rate of one half penny for each word, but after usual office hours 43 por hour or portion thereof, and 2s for every subsequout hour will bo charged iu addi tion to tho abovo rato. This arraugoinent can only bo availed of between stations which aro under tho control of tho Postal and Electria Telograph Dopartrnont, and does not apply to those under tho Railway Department. Fresh stock of perfumes jus...

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Telegrams. SYDNEY. SA'nmmv. The Fodoral Oonvontion docidod thoro should bo an Intor-Stato Commission to control tho railway, rivor, and other rates affocli'ig trade and commerce A mcotni'' of tho filmroholdftrs of tho Atmos pheric Gas Coy. yesternight passod a voto of confidence in tho directors, and plodgod them snlvos to take up contributing shiiroB to provido funds for tho prosocution of tho persons who dofraudod thorn. In tho caso of tho rloath of Ada Miles by an illogal operation, Charlos Hudson was sentoncod to 10 years' ponal sorvitudo, Emily Cook to three yoars in gaol, Arthur Milos to bo imprisoned until tho rising of tho Court. Child wns ac quitted. Mr. Wraggo forensts increasing temperature in tho oastorn parts, with monsoonal hoat in tho north-west, followed by cooler weather. Tho Nowmarket Handicap rosultod : Amiablo 1, L'oaper 2, Sailor Boy 3. A young woman namod Minnio Eoberts wns found drowned at Coogoo this morning under suspicious circutnstancos. An open verdict wa...

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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Shipping Intelligence, Arrivals. Kallatina (s), 080 tons, Captain John Mageo, from Syduoy, Fobruary 2(5. — Mrs. McMahon ; Missos Wollor, Croagh, McMahon, Bryden, White; Judge Coffoy, Capfc. F. W. Noitonstoin -r Messrs. 0. W. Darloy, J. Barling, J. Garlick, O. A. Wilson, R. J. Browning, J. P. snenaan, W. Jl. UoIIk. J. Wightinan, J. a. Campbell, H. Evoringhain, A. G. Ewiid, 11. Eddleston, E. 0. Callaghan, J. A. Fothoring ham, B. W. Foloy, W. 0. Hargravo, E. Beyburn, G. Larkiu, O. E. King, Asther, Thompson, A. Nicholson, M. Woodrough, E. Matheaon, J. Frooman ; Masters Porter and Perkins ; and 9 in tho socond cabin. Orossod the bar at daybreak, arrivod at Macloan 7.15, loft at 8.30. Departures. GiTY of Grafton (s), S25 tons, Captain D. Anthon, for Syduoy, February 2G. — Mrs. Ohapman; Missos Gillies, Bair, McDougall, Brandreth, Rowland ; Messrs. Thoinaa and son, ? W. P. Kanavan, J. II. j Cornford, Elcorbach, Grovillo, IT. Lambort, J. Cartor, G. Carter, W. Taylor, C. Gall.G. Clarke, G. Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Shipping Notice. ?f5^BDUOBDi1ARBS.' REDUCED FARE Sx ? Tho Fast and .Regular PaBuonger Steamer Florenee i& HcKenzii Le»T63 0HAT8W0.HTH EVERY MORNING f( GUAFTON, vin South Arm, excepting Thun d»v. when flhe luns up the Main Rive Leaves GRAFTON EVERY APTERNOO] at half-past 2. Pisis Ohataworth ? 2d Gd Return 3s Cd Macleaa ? ? ? 2a „ 3a Lawrence ? Is Gd -. 2i 6d Brushgrove & Ulmarra. ..Is ,, la 6d GEORGE SHORE, London Houae, Grafton, and All NationB1 Store South Graftou. \tOETH COAST STEAM NAVIGATION JN COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. OXTY OF G2AAFS0N1, Captain D. Anthok, , ? ????' LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAF \-C .. 'V^Jv' T°N every TUKSUAY NIGHT at i S^fK§^ o'clock; and LEAVES GLtAFTO- jgwBSSte? FOR SYDNEY every SATURDAY AlOKNIiNG at 6 o'clock. Captain John Magee, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SAT. URDAY NIGHT at 0 o'clock; and LEAVE!: GRAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at C o'clock. SAMUEL SEE, Local Manager. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN and COMPANY, River...

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Our Chatsworth Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Our Chatsworth Letter District Requirements. — It is highly grati fying, not only to local press correspondents, but aiso to the community, to seethe prompt attention eiven by the authorities to the nublie requirements of Chatsworth and district, when such are brought before thoir notice through the medium of tho district journals. Whatever suggestions have been mado by the writer in these columns regarding public requirements, either in the town or tho district, havo been carried out in every mstauco without exception. And although tho Reid Goveenment may not be very popular here just now, for reasons un necessary to onuinorato in these notes, still it cannot be said that they havo at any timo ig nored this locality's legitimate demands in the ?way of necessary works. Thib is so far satis factory and it is doubtless due in a very large measure to the energetic and porsistout efforts of those who ropresont us in authority. I rofer more particularly now to our represen tative in Parl...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Commercial. A number of draught horses wore brought to Maclean on Friday for inspection by Mr. J. J. Hough, but the value fixed by owners was higher than the purchaser's estimate. Only one horse was sold, the price boing £14. Maclean current prices : Dairy butter 5d, factory 8d por lb ; eggs lOd per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s Gd per pair. . John McFarlano wired last night : — Maize new, 3s 2d per bushel. Good domand. _ The South Coast and West Camden Coopera tive Company report that both pigs and calves dropped last week. Largo calves showed a de cline of 10s and small ones os. Bacon pigs deolined os each. The fall is attributed to buyers haying sustained losses on recont pur chases at high values. Our Sydney correspondent wired last night: — Bacon — 6d to 7 Ad por lb. French. Beans — Is9d toj2s por bushel ; broad, Is. Bananas — Is to 2s Gdpor bunch. Beeswax — Is por lb. Bran — 7d por bushol. 'Rntif.or — Oroninnrv Sri. fnr-.f.nvTr 1A fr. *7.1/I Jnim 6d per lb. Cabbag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Minerva Tonic Has tho support of tho boat poople in the commu nity, Leading medical men, onalyste, and others. high in tha professional and business world, pronounce it quite imitablc, Among othtra . Very Kev. Dr, O'Haran, Secretary to hia Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, writes : — 'I havo much pleasure in bearing testimony to tho value of Minerva Tonic, During the holding of tho Grand Australian Fair it waa much appreci ated hero by the clergy and otherij who found it most palatable and energising. Everyone who has had experience of it pronounces it admirable. (Signed) Denis F. O'Haran, Minerva Digeative is a puroly vegetable Dreuara ticn of Rreatest possiblo value in all troubles ariaing from imperfect digestion, Minerva Liver Pills (pink) aro the modern family aperient, Minerva Compound Iron Pilla (yellow) enrioh the blood, and tone up tho system. Minerva Little Nerve and Brain Pilla (white) feed both brain nnd nervea to which thoy act as a tonio. : H. MoKINNON, Agent...

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The Coming Maclean Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

The Coming Maclean Show. The Exhibition committoo of the L. C. A. Society met on Saturday evening. Eeplies were received from somo of thoso who were askod to giyo their services as judges accepting the posi tions. Othors having declined to act and Mr. Thompson being unable to attend the show, the judging arrangements nad to Do read] listed in eome cases. It was docided to divide the sum of £iiO for machinery prizes into six prizes, and classes wero arranged to which these prizes were allotted. As the prizes are subject to Departmental approval, it was decided to submit them for such approval before advertising them. A sDOcial prize of £2 2s from Mr. John tiee was given for tho ladle's jump, and a special prize of half a guinea -was offered by Mr. '£. A. Powell for tho best ridcrin this event. A special prize of &l Is by Mr, I). T. JBurt wae allotted for tho same object as last year, viz best trusssd fowl, half-dozen eggs, 1 lb of butter and loaf of home made bread. Messrs. 0...

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Cotton on the Clarence. Departmental Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Ootton on the Clarence. Departmental Neglect. Mu. T. HadGeld, president of tho Clarence ITarrners' Union, writes as follows to the Star: — Sir, — as an instance of how the farmers of these northern districts are treated by the Agricultural Department 1 will give you a lew facts as to tho treatmoct we hhve received at the hands of the Agricultural Department in our efforts to promote a new induatry, viz., ootton growing. In July last an application was mado by tho Claronco River Fanners' Union, numbering 700 mombers,to tho Minister for Mines for a subsidy for the purposo of encouraging tho growth of cotton. Tho application was made through the member for tho district, Mr. John See, M.lj.A., who pleaded hard to have our request granted, pointing out to tho Miniater the many advantages that would accrue to the colony bj successful production of cotton. But tho only result was a promise from the Minister that he would offer a prize for the best cultivated two acres of cotton. After seve...

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The Hospital and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

The Hospital and the Press. THE Richmond River Exruuss — tho oldest papor in tho jRiohinond district and ono of tho moaL ro putablo in tho Northern districts — says in its issuo of last Friday : — 'Tho committee of tbo Maclean Hospital having docidod to exclude the press from all meotings, tho Ulahexcjb KlVER ADV OUATiS is vuiy jijiujjuny up in arms, and in a very sensible articlo points out that hospitals are supported by public contributions andStato subsidy, and tho procoodmgs of tho managers should' thorofcro bo opened to tho press, which represents tho public. In most othor towns individual moinbers of committees complain about tho press not roportiug their epeeches more fully. By declining to admit reporters to thoir mootiugs, tho majority of tho Maoleau Hospital committeo tacitly acknow lodge that things will bo said and done thoro ?which they are afraid to place before tho world. It will be small wonder it tho institution suffers a reduction in tho amount of contributions re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

General Noticoa. .,.._.,?«. is liiMiii^Byyipi i ww0^&z WE ARE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF \^^^^^^M^^^ rarv n n nn fiT\ sr\ o and. all kinds of ^-^-^r^^C% ' IN AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least 20 per cent, less than other Houses. We guarantee ? all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in ! Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have . the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. If you send your order' by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally present to select. Catalogues sent post free on application, Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument. Mf . S. S. MeNeale, Grafton. SCOTT'S FV1AGIO LINIMENT, Tho Very Best Kc.ncdy for RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, GOUT, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, 'BRONCHITIS CROUP, COLDS, ASTHMA, SPRAINS, BRUISES, BURNS. SCOTT'S RHEUMATIC CU...

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Our Palmer's Island Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Our Palmer's Island Letter. Creamery.— A portion of tho road whioh forms tho approach to tho oroamory has boon metalled, and tho improvomont will bo conducivo to con* veuioiico and elormlinoss, especially in wet woathor. I havo hoard a couplo of complaints roimrditi'; a blow-oil' pipo which projocta from tho oroamory towards tho main road, tho etoata from which blows across tho road and occaaion* ally frightons horses. Tho directors will, no doubt, bo quito randy, on thoir attention being drawn to tho niattor, to avoid tho risk ol nccidouts by making an alteration in the direo* tiou of tho pipo. Social. — On Friday night about GO of tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mahor and family rosponded to thoir invitation to a social gathoring to bid farowoll to Mr. W. J. Mahor, prior to his return to/Wostrulia , from whioh ho arnvod a fortuighft ago. A vory oujoyablo night was spent, tho timo boiug principally dovoto-.l to dancing. On Saturday \lr. W. J. Mahor took his departure by tho City of ...

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Local Notes and News. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Local Not9S and News. That lucky comp. Tho favorite— Aimablo— won. Auothor agrooablo change in tho weathor. Ball at Yiiiiibii on tho 11th mutant, Maclean District Court on Saturday. Hush Money — That paid for baby's cradlo._ Tniulnrs :iro mvitod in this issuo for repairs to tho police station at Palmer's Island. Tho catorpillai1 post is destroying tho grass in Coraki district. Maizo was last wook soiling at Charters Towors at 8s por bushol. Tho presout soason in Victoria is tho most dis astrous oxporioiiGod for 35 years. Somo nltorations appoar in Mr.Goorgo Shore's advnrtisomont iu this issuo. Tho Englishmen liavo mado a good boginuiug in tho final tost match. How have tho mighty fallou 1 Eanji retires for two ? Agitation on tho Richmond for a railway line butween Maclean and Coraki. Fatal acuidont at Lower Southgato last Sat urday. Tho latost candidate for tho Tweed — Mr Bruce Smith, A comp. iu the Grip office, it is said, drew third horsb in Tattorsall's sweep on tho New markot Ha...

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Mr John McFarlane.. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Mr John McParlana. Tub Hembor for tho Olaronco has boon officially ? informed as follows : — Tho Minister for Works states that thnro is no plant availablo to rosumo ?work at Macloiiu in rnmoval of rocks. Thoro is n considerable sum availnblo from tho rocont voto. Tho following grants havo boon marlo for im ?ppoving roovention roservos in tho elootomto: -'?Parks at Maclean, Ulmavi r L.w; o ico, TSrusli erovo, Tyndalo and Lower SoulhKutu, £10 each, prosit applications havo boon marlo for grants for Yamba, Tucabia Qnd Broomo'a Hoad.

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Maclean Municipal Council. Sir, — In your last roport of the Maclean Muni cipal proceedings I am credited with saying that, they (meaning tho aldorinon) could ovor-ride the by-laws if they wore unanimous. Now, I am quite sure that I inado no such wild general as sertion as this. Tho discussion hinged entirely on au ODjection raiseu. uy Aiuerman Deo to cer tain matters boiug discussed without notico ol motiou having boon givon in complianco with the by-laws. I concurred with Aldorinan See all through that, strictly speaking, notico ol motion should havo beon givon, and I dissented from the opinion of somo aldermen, that as it had been customary to bring matters, up with out notico, that therefore the provisions in this respect were virtually dead. My contention was simply, that in a mekb hatter of proced ure the aldermou, if unanimous, could waivu the necessity for proliminan.es. I placed bofore the Council tho urgoncy of. tho matters in ques .tion, and asked Aldorman See to withdraw...

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Our Ulmarra Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

Our Ulmarra Letter. Dairy Company.— An oxtraordinary gonoral mooting of tho O.R. Pioneor Dairy Company took pluco ;n the Gaioty ThnnWo on Saturday afternoon, aud was attoudod by about 70 share holders and suppliers. Tho wholo of tho diroc tors woro on tho platform. Mr. llotallick onoued tho mootinsr bv explaining its objects, viz., to detormiuo how tho socond advanco on buttor snlos uudor tho export scheme (£.'M9) should bo disposed of— whothor to bo paid fuliy to tho suppliers, or to bo rotainod for tho pur chase of now machinery ; 2nd, tho advisability of ro-oponing tho sliaro list to obtain fuuds for tho purchaso of now plant ; .'3rd, tho absolute neces sity of. obtaining now and moro powerful plant, and J th, tho advisability of orootiug croamorios iu eonnoction with tho factory. Iu rospnet to now machinery, ho said it was absolutely nocessary it should bo obtaiuod at nnnn. iih that now in uso was uiicuual to tho largo demand mado upon it, and that tho prosout paucity of powor i...

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A Popular Novelist. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 1 March 1898

A Popular Novelist. M. .Iuliss Verno, tho popular novelist, is a municipal councillor of Amiens, whore, as is well-known, ho has lived for many years. The author of so many thrilling narratives will soon be 70, but is full of health and spirits, living chiefly on eggs acd herbs. His last book is the aeventy-sixtn. juies verne rises at aawu, ana writes until 11 o'clock. After lunchoon he noes to a reading room, and peruses all the newspapers, except on tho days ho has to attend tho municipal council. His hardest work is in reading up about the countries which he describes Many of his books havo boon translated into Arabic and Japanese,and ho shows tho transla tions with some pride. Strangely enough, the author nas travellod little. He neither hunts, shoots, nor fishes, although ho once tried to bring down a few birds, bur. having lodged some duck-shot in a gendarme's cockod hat, he became disgustod with ths sport.

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