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Poultry Notes. Profitable Poultry Breeding for the Local and English Markets. PART VIII. Table Poultry [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Poultry Notes. BM'ofltn!»Ie HNmltry IfircciliHg for the GjOcsiI ;»sid BgiitfliKh IVBni'lictM. From the Agricultural Gu:xlU of N.S.1V. BY OKO. BHAHSUAW. PART VIII. Table I'onMryi The game fowl, or old English gamo of half a century ago, in appearance, far excelled that of any then known variety, whether as regards its elegant form, graceful and majestic carriage, bold, proud, and courageous bearing or bril liancy of its plumage, and was often likened to the other breeds of poultry as the racehorso among horses, or tho grey hound among dogs. Tho form was elegant in outline, and porfectly sym metrical in ovory part, with a small head, fine comb (bofore dubbing), eye largo, full, and bright, bill short, breast ample and broad, wings strong, and drooping towards the ground, projecting rather behind the body, thighs strong, tho neck and saddle-hackles large and abundant, and shoulders broad. As tablo-fowls they wore not of tho largest, but tho flesh was of tho most boiiutiful whitenoss, a...

Publication Title: Clarence River Advocate, The
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Elector's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Elector's Rights. In view of tho fact that there is barely time to become enrolled before next general election, we cannot understand tho apathy shown by the scores of unonrolled adults in this electorate. 'We could number scores who are entitled to an Electors Right, but for some- reason or other, they neglect to make application. Wo may state that any nat'iral born or naturalised male. over 21, who is not mi idiot, or in receipt of charitable aid, and who has resided three months in tho electorate, is entitled to a Eight, but he must make application in duo form, signed be fore a J.P., and tako it or forward by post to the Electoral Registrar at Maclcau, or any Registrar. Wo would suggest to tho respected Registrar that copies of tho application forms be sent to tho various post offices iu tho olector ate. No doubt thoro aro a number of those not on the Rolls hero, who havo rights in respect to other electorates ; thoy'too, should promptly act, and havo thoir rights transferred. I...

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HUMOROUS COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

HUMOROUS COLUMN. A Scotch clergyman, remarkablo for tlio simplicity find force of his stylo, was one day discoursing on the toxt, 'Excupt ye ropont yo shall likowiso perish.' In ordor to impress upon hia hearers tho importance of attending to tho solemn truth contained in the passage, lift wi\-lo uso of a figure of a vory simple but strik iiiL' character. ' Yes, my friends, ' ho emphatically urged, ' unless yo repent, yo .shall surely perish,' placing one of his fingers on tho wing of a bluo fly which alighted on his Bible, and having hia right hand uplifted, 'just us auro, my friends, aa I'll flatten tins bluo-fly.' Before tho blow was struck the fly got oil', upon which tlio minister, ar tho top of his voice, oxclaimucl : 'All, wc.el ! There's a chance for ye yot, my frionda I' Tliis epitaph is copied from a tomb stone in the church-yard at, Billville, U.S.A. : Beneath this stone in sloop profound Lies Major William Blinn. Ho put six wives beneath the ground, But tlio sixth one bu...

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Clarence Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Clarence Electorate. Already, iu almost ovjvy oloctorato in the colony, eoveral candidates aro announced to contest tho soat at tho approaching genoral election. Tho Claronco appoarcd likoly to bo an excoption to tho gonoral rulo, and it seemed probablo that Mr. McFarlauo would have a walk-over. Such n boliof is now dispolled, and it is likoly that a uumbor o£ cuudidatea will con test tho seat. Ono of tlicso ia Mr. W. E. Baker, of tho Tweed, who has boeu asked to stand by a uumbor of olectors. Mr. .Baker, boing an old resident ol tho Clnronco, is well known hero and bus a number of friends. Ho will probably oil'er hiinsolf as a Free Trader, with nn exception in favor of tho sugar duties. Should ho adopt such a nolicv he mav clGDOlld on a. lnrm rnnasnrn of support. Two residents of Graftou — both of whom havo previously figured as parliunion tury aspirants— aro also declared to bo intending candidates for the Olaronco, while Maclean may bo dopondod on to produco at least 0110 candi d...

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Shipping Intelligence. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Shipping- Intelligence. Arrivals. jCmr OF Geafton (s), 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Sydney, March 1.— Mosdamea Cox, Englert, Kennington ; Miss McNulty, Eev. J. Strang ; Messrs. S. Seo, T. H. Salmon, J. O'Connor, O'Sullivxn, 0. Sharp, F. McGrath, J. Moorhead, H. Bull, A. Hoskiugs, A. Bray, Connor, J. McCartney, A. J. Pollock, R. Abor deon, C. Strauss, M. Strauss, G. C. Cox, J. Leonard, J. Enelort, Noouau, C. Honson, H. T. AcUand, J. Spencer, W. Downng, il. o. Eobe, A.E. Street, T. Digham, T. Lea, A. Oadell, and 17 in soconcl cabin. Croseod tno bar at 5.10 a.m, arrivod at Maclean S.20,and loft again at 9.20 yostorday. Departures. Kallatina (s), CKO tons, Captain John Magee, for Sydney, March U. — Mosdames Bur ling and family, Rymor, H. J. Chapman, Bea vard, Oowio, Holt, Ford ; Misses Carlton, McNeil, Clare, Guineas, Fostor; Messrs. J. Murphy, J. Tylor, J. B. Carlton, J. Rothwell, H. Hope, Ponrose, Burling, D. 'W. Syrnth, Collard, Rov. Price ; Master Pago, and 12 in second cabin. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Shipping Notice. EDUCED FARES. REDUCED FA] The FaBt and Regular Passenger Stoamer Fl0Mee ti& MeKeni :LeaTea OHATSWORTH EVERY MORNING GRAFTON, via South Arm, oxcepting Th day, when she tuna up the Main Ri : LeaveB GRAFTON EVERY AFTERNO .. at half-paat 2. ? . 3. Jo, mi 23 a — '.Ghatsworth ? 2a Gd Return 3s 6i ;Maoteaa.. ? ? ? 2a „ 3s Lawrence ? la Gd ,, 2e 6 Brnshgrovo & Ulmarra...la ,, Is 6i GEORGE SHORE, London House, Grafton, and All Nations' Stc South GTafton, NORTH COAST STEAM NAVIGATIC COMPANY (LIMITED.) S.S. GXTY OEMJBAPTOW, Captain D. Anthojj, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR QUA \ .,.';' ^\^v TON every TUESDAY NIGHT a i^^^^^i. o'clock; and LEAVES GRAFTC vJjja«BE^£ FOB. SYDNEY every SATURDJ MOKNIftG at 6 o'olook, Captain John Maoeb, LEAVES SYDNEY FOR GRAFTON every SA' URDAY NIGHT at 9 o'clock; and LEAVI GRAFTON FOR SYDNEY every WEDNESDA MORNING, at 6 o'clock. : SAMUEL SEE, Looal Manager. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. McLACHLAN . and COMPANY, ?: ? River-street, MACLEAN, '...

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Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Religious Memoranda. Presbyterian Church of E.A. SABBATH, March G. — Maclean 11, Chatsworth 3. Wednesday — Ashby 'A. — Rev. D. Maclnnes. Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. SUNDAY, March 6. — Maclean 11. — Mr. D. Shearer. Harwood 11, Palmer's Island 3, Maolean 7.30.— Eev. J. S. Scott. Church of England. STOTDAY, March 6.— Tyndale 11 (u.c), Mac lean 7.30. Tuesday — Palmer's Island 7.30. Wednesday— Yamba 7.30.— Eev. J. W. Upjohn. Koman Catholic Church. Sunday, Maroh 6. — Maes : Shark Creek 9 ; Maclean 11. — Eev. Father Kioly. Sunday, March G. -Mass: Yamba Works 8, Yamba 11. — Rev. Father Reade. iWesleyan Church. SUNDAY, March 6. — Maclean 11 and 7.30, Tyndalo 3. Thursday— Palmer's Channol 7,30. —Eev. GL H. Barrett. Salvation Army. SUNDAY. — Maclean: Knoodrill 7, Holinoss, 11. Pree and Easy 3, Salvation Meeting 7.30. — Miss Sarah Eowe, Captain ; Miss Isabella Blacklaw.

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Commercial. Mr. T. T. Bawdon roports sale of pair of buggy horses £12 12s, 4 draught horses to £0 to £S. Henry Priestly -wired last night : — Best old mai^e 3s 3d, now 3s 2d per bushel. Pigs, od. John Seo & Co. wired last night :— ^Maize new, 2s lOd to 3s per bushol. Pigs, 5d, scarco. Mr. W. Small roports tho salo, at Claronza last Saturday, of 200 mixed cattlo from New England, aud 50 local cattlo, at satisfactory prices. Mr. W. J. Hawthorno also disposed oJ about 36 mixed cattle. Maclean cur-ronf, nrinns : 7)n.inr hnttnr nrl. factory Sd per 1b ; eggs lOd per dozen ; fowls Is 6d to 2s ; ducks 2s to 2s 6d per pair. The South Coast and West Camdon Coopora tive Company, Limited : — Butter, creamery, 7 -Ad to 8d ; factory, 7d to 7$d ; dairy, Gd to 7d Bacon, hand-cured, 7d to 7-M ; hams, hand cured, 8M to 9d ; lard, 3 Ad to'od ; honey, 2d to 2^d ; hides, 2M to 4d ; maize, 3s 2d to 3s 4d. fowls Is to 3s ; ducks, Is Gd to 2s 6d; geoEO 3s. to 4s ; turkeys, 3s Gd to 10s ; eggs, to I...

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Assault and Jobbery. CRITICAL CONDITION OF THE VICTIM. ARREST OF THE OFFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Assault and Jobbery. CRITICAL CONDITION OF THE VICTIM. AEREST OP THE OFFENDERS. Another addition hus been mado to the already long list of vlotlmo to highway robberies, whioh, though now less frequent than a few years back still occasionally occurs to menace lifo and liberty. Mr. W. La Paigo, of Maud-street, Chilnoll, Geelong, Yiotoria, whilst driving along the highway from Pammure of Terang, was auddonly precipitated from his vohiole into a heap of blue metal, by whioh ho sustained a fracture of hia skull and other injuries to his head, sub sequently develoDing into an attack of paralysis of the brain, which laid him low, until, ata later date, his illness was arreated by Dr Williams' Pink'Pilla for Palo People. To a re. porter of tho JPootscray Chronicle, Mr. Le Paigo gave tho following particulars of his illness and recovery:— ' The cause of ray being thrown was the horse taking fright and bolting,' fcnid he, ' tho immediate result boing that I had to take to my bed for seven wee...

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NARRATIVES OF THE BUSHRANGING TIMES [COPYRIGHT.] A True Story of Macquarie Harbour. IN SEVEN PARTS. PERIOD, 1848. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

NARRATIVES OF THE BU5HRANGING TIMES [Copyright.') A True Story of Macquarie Harbour. BY CAPTAIN LACIE. IN SEVEN PARTS. PERIOD, 1848. PART I. ' V0U cal1 this ' Hell-s Gat.e-' J°e- j_ Well, it looks more like the entrance to Paradise in my eyes. Where are the diabolic features, old fellow?' The speaker was a sturdy young man, and his appearance denoted that he was at least in fairly easy circum stances. The rough but good clothes which he wore, and the general ' get up,' indicated that he was engaged in work where natural obstacles would .have to be met and overcome. He was not more than five-andtwenty, and his companion could not have ex ceeded that age by more than three or ;.four years. The lalter was taller and ?? more slender than the speaker, but there-was a look of determination in . . the square face and dark eyes which ' showed the possessor to be imbued with no common resolution. They were standing on the deck of a schooner on the morning of November the 28, 1847, and the ve...

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Hanged Head Downwards Over a Fire, [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Hanged Head Downwards Over a Fire, An awful lynching affair, characterised by diabolical cruelty, is reported from Glendora, Miasippi, flays a New York dispatch, dated December 28. A negro, named Joe Hopkins, had murdered two managers of plantations, and wild excitement prevailed in the district when it became known that the public had decided to lynch him- Tho wretch waa araggeu oeneacn a convenient crer ana detained while a large heap of wood and faggota were collected and placed on the ground immediately undor the limb from which it 'was Intended ho Bhould bo hanged. Hopkin'a arms and legu were next tied, and tho rope for the hanging wao tied, not round the neck, but ronnd tho ankleB. He was ihon suspended head down wards over the pile of firewood, whioh was set alight, and he waa burnt to death as he swung. Both whites and blacks assisted at the lynching. Nobody alopt during tho night after tho crime had been committed, exciting scenes boing expected when tho burial of tho remai...

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Dairying on the Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Dairying onjhe Richmond. A writer in tho Lismoro Ciikoxicle warns Sonfh Coas dairymen against coming to the R°oh mond. He ears that 50 per ceni of these will rue the day they eft the far-famed SouthcSt to come to tho Richmond, which is not a patch on thf- n men +1k-tt o..^ i ? : ? ,. Zz . _i'»ivi» ii -i r T — J reuviu'', or mo Vallov nf the Hunter. The climate, lTe I says, is R and wet, and noxious woods toprolfio to J» mit dairying to bo a success. Ro aim X' those at a distance to bo careful as to thi. «« 2 of credence they place on th7' £.£,&»' onces to tho district wrrcb. ono coiifif3i iuthemaa they are to lly $? taSf of% very misleading, and eminate principally W

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A Shooting Affray. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

A Shooting Affray. A dispatch, dated Des Moiaes. Iowa, December 20, aays : — 'The circumstances attend ing the death of a farmer named 'Abe' Balms near here on Sunday have caused one fatal shooting affray, the prospect of another, and » great deal of excitement among tho farmera of tho locality. It waa freely reported that the old man had been starved, and when it was the funeral tho indignation of tho farmers becamo very great. Tftey accordingly decided to form themselves into a 'White Cap' mob, and 25 of them went earlj in the motning to the farmstead of the elder of the sons with tho intention of tarring and feathering him. Balms and his brother seeing them coming prepared to givo them a warm reception, and when tho 'Whito Capa' were only a Bhort diatance from the house opened fire on tluni with Bhot guns, several of the mob boing wounded. They returned tho fire,and Balms waa shot dead. Hostilities thereupon, ceased, and the mob retired. Balm's brother, saying he recognized seven...

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A Lesson for the Weak. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

A Lesson for the Weak. Do you sea that loaomotlvo ongine standing on the nldo-traok J Something h»B brokon down about it. There ia ho hiss of atoara from ita valves ; it la still nnd oold an a dead wbnloon a beach ; it can't draw a train ; it oan't even move itself. Now, toll mo, do you bolieTo that any amount of tinkorlng and hammering at It would inako it got Not a bit. Nothing on earth will mako it go except steam In tho boilor, nnd ovon that won't nnlosa the englno ia in order. Jlivorynoay Known mac, you say. uo they I Thon why don't act on thia principle iu ovary case whoro it applieu? floro is auoh a oaso. Writing ooncorning his wife, a gentleman says : 'In the autumn of 1880 my wife foil into a low, desponding atato through family boroavemont. Her appetito was poor, and no food, however light, agreed with her. Aftor eating she had paina and tightness at tho ohcet, and n oenso of fullness aB it swollen around the waist. She waa muoh troubled with flatulence, and bad pain at th...

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Coraki-Maclean Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Coraki-Maclean Railway. We ate ploaned to notion that, at a recent social gathering on tho occasion of tho oleotion of the Mayor of Maclean, the matter of railway connection between that town and Coiaki was again revivad, Aldorman Seo advocating the calling of a public meeting for that end. .That the contemplated agitation on the sister river should have a counterpart on thia in unquestion able, more Darticularlv when it is ovidont. from the present tone of political utterances, that, whether Mr. Reid or Mr. Lyne 10 at tho State helm Rafter the general elections, the construction of light lines of railway forms a mam plank in their respective programmes. The reproductivonesa of thia particular lino cannot bo gainsaid, and it requires only a unanimity among the people interested to make it an accomplished fact, if advantage ia taken of tho present favorable juncture to press their claims. The proposed lino will pass right through tho heart of a coal-bearing area, whose wealth merely ...

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Our Grafton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Our Grafton Letter. Police Court.— One Monday, before the P.M., John Dennis was fined 20s for using indecent language and 10s for riotous behaviour on Saturday night. — Honry Williamson was fined 5s for making use of obscene language in Sander's billiard room on Saturday night. Dairying. — Mr. J. A. Fotheringham, secro tary of the F. F. and I. Co., arrivod at Grafton on Monday. The object of his viait ia reported to be to interview the representatives of the dairymou with regard to butter sales, and other matters between the suppliers and tho Com pany. Action Against a Bank.— Some time ago somo cheques drawn by W. H. Colls on. the Grafton branch of the Commercial Bunk were, through some error, dishonored. Mr. Colls took action against the bank, claiming damages.- The caso has boon settled by the Bank tendering an apology. Ix reply to a petition from residents of Swan Creek, askiiag for improvements to road betweon portions 79 and 90, it is reported that tho amount of traffic ou tho ...

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Barbed Wire Fences. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Barbed Wire Fences. A recent decision given at the Armidale District Court by Judge Cctfey ia of interest to parties having barbed wire feuces round their proper ties. A man named Gilbert McDonald sum moned H. Q. Mallam for £6 10s, for damages done to a horse through injury received from a barbed wire fence on defendant's land nob kept in repair. The animal was found with some of che barbed wire round his lega, and had to be destroyed on account of hia injuries. Defendant admitted that he had not repaired tho fence for three or four mouths prior to tho accident, and had takon off tne gates so as to allow a right of way through the land. The cose had been heard before the Bench, when plaintiff was non suited. Judge Coffey said that a recent English decision cast; a responsibility on persons who erected barbed wire and failed to keep it in proper repair. He gave plaintiff a verdict for £5 and costs. A considerable amount of misunder standing exists aa to the liability attaching to own...

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Our Chatsworth Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

Our Ghatsworth Letter Mb. Teju'EELEy's Meeting.— Pursuant to advertisement, Mr. Thomas Temporley appeared at Ohatsworth ou Monday evouing last. Ho addressed a largo and representative gathering in tho Tomperance Hall and was accorded a splendid reception, boing frequently applauded during the course of his address. Mr. Temper ley occupied the platform for nearly two hours, and anneared auite at home on the suo-ar Ques tion. The address was- similar to that dolivored at the other centres, so that it is unnecessary to recapitulate it hero. Towards the close of the meeting a branch of the Sugar Defence Leaguo was formed, on tho motion of Mr. J. Read, soc onded by Mr. J. Bale, and mombers were at once enrolled. Dairying Industky. — Mr. M. A. O'Callaghan, Government Dairy Commissioner, in companj with Mr. Foley, of Foley Bros., visited the F. F, and I. Oo's, oreamery here on Monday and expressed themselves as boing highly pleasou with the expansion of the dairying industry in this part. ...

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A Praiseworthy Feat. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

A Praiseworthy Feat. A recent incident in connection with the death of the young son of Mr. and Mrs. T, G. Hewitt, of Byron Bay, is worthy of being re corded. The child's father had to bo communi cated with, and boifjg Sunday night this could not be done by wire. The intervening country was ia flood at tho time, but in the emergency which had ariBen a young man named Louis Burkhardt volunteered to do the journey on horaeback. In crossing a swollen creek he was swept off hia horse, and the remainder of tho journey, a diatance of 10 mileB, 'Was comploted on foot via the railway line. Tho routo wan on v eloped in Egyptian darknoss, and tho railway bridges and viaducts to be crossed mado the -journey exceedingly perilous, but Burkhardt, despite falls, plodded bravely on, and reached Lismore shortly ,»fter daylight with hia message of death. Tho fortitude displayed in the under taking can only be estimated by those who understand the attendant circumstances, and suffice ib to eay that fe...

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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Clarence River Advocate — 4 March 1898

St. Patrick's Day Sports. hot! lit lx I mt°tm,S °f thG C0I*Blitt89 Was hold at the Maclean hotel on Wednesday eVeu ing. Communications were received from the Prbbmas's Jouksal office in reference to a It \as naolyod to telegraph to Mr. McFarlaoo should bo 'Tho Minstrel boy,' Home Sweefc Homo' and 'Kilkrney.' A verbal ra~l was received from Mr. Pullon, tha he^woufl run the Young Dick from Ulmarra to MbKo on the day of the sports. It was decided hat ho next mooting should bo hold to-StSw (Saturday) night at Bowling's hotel mOrroW

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