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Nominations. SYNDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
mmssm-* [?] mh% UtVi«l--i-v.:-'- .VtjsWBi Thuraday. ? - OTE*ouomng|iioninatloiia Sook Mace to-day:— f^aat%Hney^Seld;ltIoMillan, Street, ana Bur dekin, freetraders ; Ji P. Abbott and O'Mara pro toctionisU. Mr. Abbott, in *is hustings speech thta morning, declared that whatever other constituency lor which be might be elected, if returned for Sydney, he should take iU«e»tfor:tbateon»tituenoy. ? Be has been elected for iVentworth unopposed. . west Byaney— Abigail, PJayfair, lamb, ana O'Connor, freetraderajJ.D. Young, FreetalU, Came, and Nelson, protectionists. South Sydney— RUey, Wise, Martin, and File, freetraders ; TraUl, Toohey, 3. V. Wright, and Ed munds, protectionists. * Newtown— Angni, Molesworth, Abbott, and Hawlten, freetraders ; Bellemey and 3. F. Smith, protectionists. Paddington— Want, - A. Allen, King, and Shepherd, freetraders ; J. C. Neild, independent ; W. J. Allen, McLaughlin, Walsh, and Watkin, protectionists. . - St. Leonards— Parkes, Burns, Cullen, and E. M. Clarke,...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting in connection with tho l'ort Macimario Municipal Council, was held in t'-c Chambers on Tuesday last. There wore present— Tlio Mayor (in the chair), and Aldermen Hayward, Jennings, and Gaul. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous mooting wero read, after which Alderman Hay ward moved their adoption, which was seconded by Alderman Jcuuiugs, aud carried. COHBEsrONDTMCR. The solicitors' advice was received in connection with the cutting of tho kcrbing iu front of Mr. Butler's premises, but on the motion of Alderman (iaul, seconded by Aldermau Jenuluga, its consider ation was deferred until there was a full meeting ; the opinion being expressed that all tho bldermen should take part in such an important discussion. An application was received from Mr. B. Craven for permission to burn bricks in Mr. McGann's paddock in the Brickfield. It was not considered necessary for Mr. Craven to ask permission. AVFOIMTMENT OF KETORNINO OFFICES. The Mayor ...
The Wreck of the Ketch Emily Ann. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
The 'Wreck of the Eetch Emily Aun. Ok Monday last the Marine Board held an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the wreck of tho ketch lCniily Ann. The first witness milled was Augustus Morgan, master of the ketch, who said he held a certificate from the Board, numbered 537. The ketch was 39 tons, owned by John Hibbard and inmseii, oi inn aiaoijuune, nun. was insured for £150. He valued her at £400, The ketch was lost at the North Head on Friday morning, 23rd inst., about I '30 o'clock, when on a voyage from Port Macquarie to Syduey with a caigo of timber. She was well found in every way. Thoy were coining down with a north-easter, ami when about to enter tho Heads a southerly buster came up. Tho vessel was standing in and then full off near the North Head, and he tried to pay her off. The wind was moderating then and they missed stays twice. He tricil to weather the Hrad, but the lictcli not being able to stay he saw that the only chauce was to set the topsail, which wan done...
The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
Tho Elections. The following telegrams have'been rcceivod in reference to the meetings of candidates throughout the Hastings and Manning electorate :— Cnoiu, Wednesday. Glorious meeting at Coopernook last night to hear Messrs. Young and Roberta. The show of hands was greatly in their favour. Reports from nil nni'fe n i*o VAt-ir fn trui-nliln Cdndletowk, Wednesday. McKinnon had a splendid reception at Kendall, Lanricton, Lansdowne, and Coopernook. The voting was unanimous in liia favor. Both McKiimon and Ruthvcn addressed about two hundred electors at Cuudletown last night. A unanimous vole of confidence in the candidates was passed. Thursday. The meeting at Croki was unanimously in favor of Roberts and Young. The hall was crammed ; and many we're unable to obtain admittance. Taukk, Thursday. Messrs Ruthvcn and McKinnon have just roturucd from Cundle, Oxlcy Island, and Redliank. They hml splendid meetings at these places ; and the olectors arc very unanimous so far. Tho prospects of ...
Mr. Ruthven and the Sectarian Cry. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
Mr. Euthvea and the Sectarian Cry. TO TliK F.UIT0H. OF THE PORT HAOOOARIE NEWS. Sir,— Mr. Ruthven, in his addresB at the School of Arts on Mouday night last, ia reported as having said that ' he challenged his opponent* to contest the election on the question of freetrade and pro tection. With no side issues ;' but in his very next breath he raises the religious cry, evidently with the intention of secunug the Koman latbohc vote. 1 would like to point out to the electors that Mr. Butbveu is the first candidate who has mentioned the subject in Port Macquarie during this election, and would ask all intelligent Roman Catholics and Protestants to remember this fact. OMBRA.
The Port Macquarie School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
The Fort Maoquarie School of Arts. TO THE EnlTOR OF THE POUT MACQIMR1E NEWS. Sir,— The second special general meeting of the School of Aits has brought to light an unfortunate (HvCTgonce of opinion, not only in the committpe, but also in tho general body of members. Accusa tions were made, and language lined, which should never have been brought forward. A strong feeling Clint* that tho present committee were illegally elected. With a view of restoring that concord so essential to our progress, may I suggest that the prcseut committee resign their position ' en bloc,' ami that a general meeting lie called to elect a new cnininittcc, iu due accordance with the rules. The brgimutuj of strife i- as irArji ofif litttth out mil, -?.— I'kov. ivii., U. T1IK TKKASUKKR.
Latest Special Telegrams, LONDON. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
'^St^^^^mm.. ^ [?] 3yJHiam;$'JJjrten, who*esoapeS -*om eus toay,:ha8 been arrested at Manchester, when leaving an Irishjmeeting. r ?, i The Lohdon^vool sales commenced on Tuesday with 10,000 bales. .The quantity available is 25O,O0bJiales. Good combed is iu demand, and orosroreds are enauired for strongly. ; ' '. »' ?' Jjy* thousand tramway employees in New York have struck. Bismarck is to be prosecuted, in the indict-' ment filed against Dr. GeScken, by the Ger man Federal' Council. . ' The, copper syiidicate has suspended operations. About £50,000 worth of cargo in the wrecked ship Sir Walter Raleigh is insured iu Sydney offices. '' ;: A new South Australian loan of £1,318,000 is announced. * . *?-? January 31. England is determined to maintain her position as first colonial power, and is pre pared to hold her own in the Pacific as well as in every quarter of the world ; -and the budget iuust be sacrificed in defence of the Empire. ' Lord Kinlore dined with the Queen at Windsor Ca...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
. SUIPPINC INTELLItiBNClJE, [?] JfliiuiVy^.— I^wM^eMe^frompydniy^ * v Jauuary M?— p.f. Avon, . 126 tons, Captain 'vT. Nicholsou, from the Bellinger, ' '--?_. ;, January 29.— n.e. Wellington, 150 tous. Captain* Taplln, from Sydney. Passengers— Mosdomea Hibbard, WJir, Hogau, and Uameroa ; Miseea Dnngar, Blair, and Hogau j Mr. Wickham; 1 iu tlie uLeerago ; anil 2 for the Bulliugcr. Cargo— 20 tons for Port Macquarie and 10 for the Bellinger; Jauuary 30. — Julius Vogcl, from Sydney. ? uepaetckks. ? : January %??— AUco May, for Sydney. January 26. — p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, for the Bclliugtr. — -.~ — — - January 20.— Hodgaree, for Sydney. January 26.— b.b. Wellington, ISO Itons, Captain Tapliu, for Sydney. Vasseiigera— Mrs. Goode ; Misses Doyle, Halts, Cliild, and Howloud $ Meiers. I-oylc, Clifford, Williams, Oers.Ketbeli and 1 in the steerage. Cargo— 885 bags maize, 140 hides, f- coops poultry, 6 cases eggs, 1 1 bags potatoes, 1 aise liali, 50Jngs sugar, 23 pieces cedar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
m ml ? -'? -?'????? ' P^AR HOTEL; *'?? , BORTON-STREET, ; Port Macquarie. J. M'DOHNOUCH, t PROPRIETOR. rpHE above JJostelry is replete with. every JL modern convenience. ' . . . The ?Bedrooms ?are spacious, lofty, 'and well -ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS, i COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. I^r COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM ^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., ARE Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. [circular. I To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHtTtATE HAVING severed all connection with Tate Bros.. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, has now coinnicncprl business under the name and style of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or General Produce entrusted to tlieir care will receive best and immediate attention, and Account Sales will be rendered with p...
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Church of ExflLAXD. — Port Macquarie II (H.C.) aud 7' 15, Rev. H. Wilson. Weslevan. — Port Macrjuavie 11, Mr. J. Bolt wood ; lilackmnn's Point SI, Port Maeqiiaric 7'16, Mr. J. White; Klackinan's Point 7, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Ennis 11, Mr. A. Muscio ; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. Secombe. Also on February 10 — Ki'ii.lall 1 1 and 3, LaurieUm 7, Rev. g. H. Macdwte ; J'ort MiLL-qnaric II, Mr. H. Wouillauds ; DUuknmn's Point 3, l'ort Macquaiio 715, Mr. J. Secombe; K.mis 11, Mr. J. White ; Ulackinau's 1'oint 7, Mr. Malcolm. PuKSBVTKiUAK.— Rollniidi Plains 10-30, Tcle C-aph Point*. lUwMon Maud (Wcstayan Chnpel) 7'lfl, Hov 11. Davidson. Also on Fobruary 10— lliu]tiri''iloii 10'HO, Waueliope 2'30, Port Maequario 7-15, Rev. R. Davidson. 3hr Sort ^larQuarir ^ciuis. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1889.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 February 1889
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [By Elrotbio Telegraph.] Thursday. Mr. W. C. Robiuson quotes— maize, 2s 3d to 3s, plentiful ; potatoes, ISs ; pigs, 5d. Mr. John Bridge quites — Hides, a splendid cu i|iiiry prevailed last Friday, heavies 3Jd to 3Jd, medium weights 3d to S&d, lights to 3d, I sold 2517 nt extremely good prices, Mr. Surgeon's Charters Towers hides avomging 66lbs bHngiug 3|d, Mr. Itobson's Nornianton hides' Ujd's- tallow, oHsk,' prime £25 lfls to £25 15b, I wild 301 casks ; maize, still dull, prime and free from weevil Us ,24 to 3s, 3d, inferior from 2a 3il, supplies large and nearly all inferior ; pigs, market quiet, porkers averaging 4 Ad, bacon sizes 3Jd, stores very dull.
Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 February 1889
Municipal STomi&atio&s. The nomination of candidates for the vacant Beats in the Municipal Council, caused by the retirement in rotation of Aldermen Hayward and Hibbard, took plntoe «t the Council Chambers at noon on Tuesday last, in the presence of about twenty people. Aldprnfan Gaul carried oat the duties of returning ofBcor. For the position of Auditors, Mesrs. W. J. ? Macdcnnpll and John Hayward wore the only ^f-nt!pmr;i uotninated, and they wore declared duly elected. The following gentlemen were nominated for the position of aldermen — John Hibbard, senr. ; nominated by Messrs. John Hayward and A. E. Pountney. Frederick Heyrerd ; nominated by Messrs. E. Mclnheray and B. Cavanngh. Richard Woodland' ; nominated by Messrs. JaniPS Boltwood and A. E. Pountno'y. Mr. Hibliard said he was glad to see that this election was to be contested, as it shoved -hst some interest was being taken All lilt: Ul'Ut-Vki, X.I -1UU1O H'JU UW ,U 11.TL retiring aldermen be re-elected wi...