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TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 February 1889

TAJIWOETH. The successful candidates were — W. S. Dowel (r) R. H. Levien (p) : The following was defeated — F.; Tribe (p)

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTHUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 February 1889

JCORTBUHBERLANO. The successful candidates were — J. Oreer (p) N. Melville (p) T. Walker (p) The following was defeated — Josiah Wrigh^ (f)

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 February 1889

H&sflSpilpailuuiI ^ *£*£?£& ? Oonuniita. Taree Committee. / - (A. Laurie, J.P. ' T. B. ftdyce, J.P. T. W. Dugdale, J.P. * Jug Belford, J.P. -I.! 0. Whittle ,ih P. F. McPhellamy Jonathan Abbott Dalainore Wynter W.CrA^ville:,'|l| M. Blasbalk * * H. Gordon , ? . i s %. Aud^tHii,tj^M » \V. H. Hansen Wi».*EJ|-«»ujt m» J * Alfred Baker Wm. Hinton «?? ? Win. Anderson Andrew ulanahnn /«t Martin Rumecbt . . , fl*»l JMIOdfil^t I Henry Bell F. Daiiker , r . J. J.,Krause r , Thomas Cook ? George Wilcox* . : ; , James Gardiner : ?? George Scrivner .. ... JS..Lemaue J. J. Davis Neil McNeil *? -John Allen'!'; -'?:?: Samuel Spence , MRobert Hamilton: Peter Muscio '-I John Xoi)kiii , ?,,..-.; W. H. Taylor James Stewart T. W. Bollard T, Oakes _ .r: I.jjflnies Bull ' . ??' ? * ' ' : Li ? '? .. Cbvles Bay -.:,. Htfgb M'Dermid T. Gearside R.Buljner H. M'Cabo :, f .... R. MiCbnnaclc.^fir ?.,-,- :-- ;' Daniel Anderson Noah Payne Samuel Johnston .,-. H. Buhner ' /W. Strickland ;; f J. Garde...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

f ' ; BEGS to announce to' the public of Pori|Sl&cquarite aiiflilie surround ing districts tnatjie will open on the 13tK*day of^ihb month iwith a ;?-, , WEi l#- S ELE CXE D? s|rO CK ^ * - . . . V ? ;. ?????. - -T ? ? ?-?- '?? ' * ? .. ? - ?? OF THE . .*.-.' ? ; ?-? . ? ?? ??»???? # BEST A ND'NE WES T MATERIAL -)N HAND. ? ?'.' :.i' E!. ' ?' ; ? _f__- . ? '- ?..''*?''.* ' ?;.?.' Suits to Measure from £3 3s. Trousers to Measure from 18s 6d. — : ? ? ?« . Best Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed. INSPECTION INVITED. Also, Gentlemen's own material made up. Moderate charges. Address — Next to the Chemist, HORTON-STREET, PORT MAOQUAEIE. FfeBlfaflevJffllfiGiifln. . It is a strange thing that nearly all the timber mill owners are Protectionists, and yet they want' to cultivate a trade with freetrade England for our timber. Quite right ; but is it not a little in consistent on the part of our would-be Protectionists and monopolists ? * What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. 1 ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

Latest Special Telegrams. ?;, -*'?-.'??'. d-,-. '*-.-»,. .V'. lWbrriaty-6. ? : Dr. Bromlydenle*. that ho has accepted the Bishoprio of Tasmania. ; ;V'/' / ' Tbe Chinese Vioeroy says that unless the United States alters its irecent laws -ith reference to the Obinese, Ohimt -will adopt a policy of retaliation. All the London county aldermen are Extremists, except the Earl of Meatb. ? William O'Brien has been placed in the gaol infirmary,. and his clothes restored to him. The subscriptions to the South Australian loan were a failure— only a trifle over half-a- ? million being subscribed. ' The Order ofm Michael aud St. George has been conferred on the Earls of Kintore i and Onslow. . ~1 The late Crown Prince of Austria was buried to-day. The funeral cortege was con fined to the immediate members of the Im perial family, and there was but little dis play. The evidence taken on the Commission shows that Parnell desired to join the Fenian Brotherhood, but he was rejected. He ad- ' yocated...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

';?__ ?. ' : - »' ?'' , ? 7z : *? *- ? ' ? GENTLEMEN,—; ': ! ? * : In consequence of the disso-J lution of the Assembly, it again becomes your duty rto; elect two gentlemen to represent you in Par Uament, and I beg to inform, you that I AM A CANDIDATE FOR YOUR SUFFRAGES. J am a Thorough Protectionist. Convinced tipit a change of our Fiscal Policy is absolutely necessary for the maintenance of our good name abroad, for the restoration; of New South Wales to a state of solid prbsperity, and to her rightful place among the Ausfttilian Colonies, I have been induced to come forward and solicit your suffrages in the interests of PROTECTION. On that plank, and that plank alone, I am resolved to sink or swim. PROTECTIONISTS, let no side issues TURN you from the real issue, viz., PROTECTION versus FOREIGN TRADE. Close up, stand shoulder to shoulder, and I have no fear of the result. „ ♦ It is my intention, if time will permit, to visit every portion of the Electorate, and place before you fu...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

I ? ??- ?? ? ..:??-? rjJI)P,xHE:f»jiir fe?,tfgY%*; * ??-..- ? ' -.^?.^?-^.WJ*' .£L ''? » -.J'i ' .'???? :'A^^^ib_L:-.'-- \, -^ ?-??.'...????.- »?.: ? . . ? i ' ?'* ? . ?-! GS AlpMfe— ' ? ?*. . ' ..: ..=;!. is 5 ?:?? .. : ,r -;.:,:- * The dissolution of Pailia ? ? if ?;?!./? '*/ Y.A ! .?' ' ment 91190 smore imposes on you the duty of ejecting your, repre* sentatives, lmdf*3b% to inform .you that! am again a Candidate. I *am still a Staunch Free trader, and will address you on this and other political subjects at as many centres of population as the time^Uowed for the election will permit; and I hope that 'nothing has occurred during the last two ?* years to. lead to, the withdrawal of that confidence with which, in the past, you have so much honored me. Your Obedient Servant, * J. H. YOUNG. Sydney, 19th January, 1889. PUBLIC NOTICE. Electoral District OF THE Hastings & Manning. General Election, A PUBLIC MEETING of the ELEC TORS of the ELECTORAL DIS TRICT of the HASTINGS AKD ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

Port Hacqnarfe Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forster & Co. quote— Maize, scarce, 3s to 3s 6d ; oats, 3a Cd to 4s ; barley, 4b 6d to 5s ; bran, Is 3d to Is 6d ; pollard, Is 3d to Is 6d ; bacon, 8d to Is j cheese, 6d to 8d ; wheat, 4s to 4b 8d ; butter, Is to Is Bd ; oaten bay, 6b to 7s ; chaff, 6a 6d to 8s.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Upper Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

TJpuor Bastings. /vnnii nrn) nnnnF.HpnwnicKT ^ Now that the great contest to be fought, freetrade versus protection, is fast drawing near, a few remarks from the constituency of the Upper Hast ings and Forbes River may not be out of place. The general impression here is that J. L. Ruthven and H. McKinuou will have a fair show of votes, aa we ate almost to a man sworn protectionists. M. Renan, uiv U1UJ1 llticujlimel ui uia age, nctj'a, witu reLUItmue to theology, ' Time is the necessary collaborator of reason.' So think we with reference to politics. The main thing ia to know how to wait. This colony is in a very critical stato, industrially and commer cially, and a large social transformation is at once desirable and inevitable, or wb shall soon know what freetrade and a commercial catastrophe really means. When same of our freetrade landlords, in stead of getting Bay £1 or £1 10s per acre yearly rental for their laud, will be glad to get one-fourth of it ; when the famishing unempl...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

BELIGIOVS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CntmcH 0/ England. — Beechwood 10 30, Ennli 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, Bev. K. WiIbod. Also on February 17— Hollands Plaint 10-30, Telegraph Point 2-30, Port Macquarie 7' 15, Bev. B. Wilson. Presbyterian Cdobch of Eastern Australia. — February 10 — Letterewe 10-30, Koree Island 3, Bev. John Davis. ' Wesletan. — Port Maoquarie II, Biackman's Point 3, Mr. J. Secombe ; Port Macqnario 7*30, Bov. Charlea R. Currey ; Ennis II, Mr. B. Wood lands ; Kendall 11 and 3, Laurieton 715, Mr. J. White. Pbesbyteeias. — Huntingdon 10:30, Wauchope 2-30, Port Macquarie 7' 15, Bev. K. Davidson. Alto on February 17 — Upper Caraden Haven 10-30, Kendall 3, Laurieton 7*15, Bov. R. Davidson. ♦ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1889.

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To-day's Polling. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

To-day's Polling. We give below the opinions of our corres pondents, in different parts of the Manning, ns regards the probable result of the polling to-day in the Hastings and Manning elector ate. So far as the po'ice district of Port Macquaria is concerned wo believe that Mr. Ruthven and Mr. Young will be first and second on the poll, with *Ir. McKinnon « ~.»j *!.:...] «..fi Hh i?AUnHi.n i_.«i. n\.u._ the electorate all through, the general opinion seems to be that Mr. Roberts will be the ' chosen of the people,' with^Mr. McKinnon as bis colleague. Of course all this is conjec ture, and it is hard to say what the voice of the ballot-box will be. ''We might mention that at the election in 1882 the polling was as follows — J. H, Young ? 946 C. J. Eoborts ? 673 D. Macquarie ? 630 At the election in 1885, the votes secured by the various candidates were — J. H. Young ? 1229 C. J. Roberts ? 893 H. McKinnon ? 489 Q. W. Tate ? 466 At tho last election in 1887 the voting stood thus — C. J...

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To Se, or Not To Be? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

' To Be, or ITot To Be ? That « the question. And a very difficult one it is to anurer, so far as the contest ' of to-day '{p concerned. The electors of the Hastings and MSnning are called upon to-day to choose tfro.reprcseutatives to watch their interests, and legislate for the good ot the ?countryj in the Parliament of New South Wales. Before them are the names of two gentlemen who have served their nmireiitice Bhip, and can now be looked upon us past masters, so far as parliamentary knowledge and custom are concerned. Both have risen to positions of prominence in the House Mr. J. II. Young having filled the high office of Speaker, and Mr. O. J. Roberts that of a Minister of the Crown. This achievement on the part of these gentlemen has brought credit upon the intelligent body of electors who sent them to Parliament, and credit upon the representatives themselves; but whether it has been advantageous to the interests of this electorate is quite another question. We maintain^Shat i...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraph Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

Telegraph. Point. (from our correspondent.) The principal topic of covereation in this part is freetrade and protection. In fact scarcely anything else is thought of. Both sides are working hard to fetch all their men to the post on Saturday, when the heaviest polling for both sideB will take place that we have ever yet seen at Telegraph Point. Whilst on this subject, I would like to know why it is that we have a presiding officer sent from Hollands Plains, when we have competent men at Telegraph Point that r.oulil fill the office. This has tho armour. ance of freetrade on the part of the returning otfioer, who is a protectionist. Master H. Hamppon met with a 'severe accidnnt on Sunday last, whilst riding along the road. His horse bolted, and tbe girth broke, giviug Hampton a heavy fall, and much bruising him. The blight is making it-olf felt in the corn in some parts of the river. Mr. James Hack informs me it is worse in a piece of new ground this year than in eomo land he has been...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Intercolonial Freetrade, and Protection from the Outer World. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

Intercolonial Freetra&e, and Protec tion from jiae Outer World. Among the many side issues raised by the foreign\raders during tho present electoral campaign 'none is more plausible on the s irfaco, or bo easily answered, _ than the assertion 'that protection in New South Wales will postpone indefinitely intercolonial federation. Of course it may be taken for granted that there can be no federation of Australia into a nation, or a congeries of states under common laws, without a com mon fiscal policy, and it may also be taken for granted that the utter abolition of trade restrictions is more likely to quickly accom plish the uu%nihan protective, reciprocal, or prohibitive tariffs. But we may well ask : Who will bell the cat 1 Will protectionist Victoria, Queensland and South Australia, in order to achieve federation with each other and New South Wales, admit the tatter's exports duty free ? Hardly, so long as they can pour their Burplus into Por^ Jackson and crush competitio...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Will England Return to Protection? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

WiUEafflaadBetumloTMteotioii? ' ' /Ban Frtwrljim ifcyu/jtoV : Fiptbkk year? agq^heiTeiw Xisffcsr predicted that tbe time would come, .wjien England would find it necessary to return in part to her discarded protective policy, and when the United States, because of their great ^atural resources and facilities for production, would finii it fn t'Kflir jtdiranf-jian «*i Ifiwmitr wwannU in the markets of Jhe world the freetrade doc trines of Cobden. When manufacturing by the aid of protection reaches a degree of suc cess enabling it to defy competition, 'a tariff for protection sake'' is no longer necessary or useful. Outside markets are then the neces-' sity of the industrial situation, and they only can be obtained by making converts to the freetrade theory. Though neither England nor the United States have yet reached the diverse points indicated, tbe signs are numer ous that both are rapidly travelling the roads that lead to them. During tbe late campaign it was often said by an ign...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

-? Loofll andOsaewl 3Tew3; *- ?? :'? . Tae Nouihatiosb.— We are informed that atjgfie nominations on Monday last, the varioUBcandidotespropoBed indulged, more or less, in personal abuse. Mr. Young is said to have been the ringleader, and very indis creetly referred to ho w one of %is antagonists, ' if elected, would clothe himself in gorgeous array, ana ornament nis nngers wicu goia rings, so vaunted would he be in his position of member of Parliament. This expression of opinion, we think, might very well have been withheld, as it will certainly not advance Mr. Young's cause, or injure the reputation or character of the gentleman referred to. Mr. McKiunon did not escape the thrust of Mr. Young's lance, but the wound was not a serious one — not even skin deep. The latter gentleman stated that he had in his pos session a telegram from a person in Sydney to the effect that Mr. McKiunon had offered to contest the Paddington electorate in the interests of freetrade. This charge was stig ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

Sale by Auction. samueiTlatham: * HAS received instructions from a person who is leaving the neighbourhood, to sail by public auction, at the COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS Fort Maciuarie, On Tuesday, February 19, 1889, 4T 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, The following furniture, &c. * removed for convenience of sale — . ^.' Mahogany couch, in hair seating ^ Mahogany Cheffioneer Square cedar dining table Oval parlour table 6 cedar chairs, improved seats 4 cane chairs Mahogany night chair, complete Booking chair Oheffioneer safe ? 2 sets bedsteads i Sundry chairs ; Feather pillows 1 Lot of joiner's and other tools Large bath Fiddle and bow Splendid buggy, good as new Set of silver-mounted harness, and other ' goods. SAMUEL LATHAM, Auctioneer, . ' Commercial Buildings, Port Macquarie. * . .;??

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

k STAR'' HOTEL, ; Port Mat-3Uane. fii.. ? „?.:,;?.: i mo^moR. ??:...:?.. : . THE above Hostelry is replete with every !-? modern con vt-mehoe. The Bedrooms are' spacious, loft}', and well ,.,., ,.;:. ? , ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. ?OOMMODIOTTS SAMPLE ROOMS. K?' COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM '^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., ; ? :? ABB 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. [cinODLAB. J To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHnTtATE HAVING severed 'oil connection with Tate Bros.' Agency and Trading Company, Limited, has now commenced business under the name and style of JOHN TATB & Co., as Produce1 Commission Agents and Auctioneers, 'at '260a Sussex street, ttydrioy. / Any consignments of *'Iilve' 'Stock or' General Produce entrusted to tlieir care' will receive best and immediate attention, and Account Sales will be racdered ivitli ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

COMHEBCIAli INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Br Elrctbio Teleobafb.) Thursday. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Kangaroo skint, in cood demand, large 50n to 90d, medium 30d to 40d, fight and small to 20d, very small to lOd ; opossum skiiis, good light to Is, medium 6d to 7d ; hides, in strong enquiry, I sold 2986, heavies at 3d to 34d, medium weights to 3d, lights 2$d ; tallow, prime £22 to £22 10s, medium to £21 10s, I sold 176 casks ; maize, steady, 3a 2d to 3a 3d, inferior from 2s 6d upwards ; pigs, moderate supply, demand good, porkers 4{d to 5d, large sizes 3Jd ; calves, plentiful, to 62s. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Maize, 2s 6d to 3s, firmer ; eggs, Is4d ; pigs, 5d.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POET MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 February 1889

imfrFINC INTELLIGENCE. ' ' JOBT MACJQDABIB. '? ? * ?? IVBIViTJI '^ s ..' ?' i ? : Ft)bmjii7 5,— »,b, Wejlibffton, 160 toa», Cipt. ^Quilin* from Sydney, o rftMwugcra^Mpflflfttmw l»urie«ndifpitim iWe«r». Williams, Watt, ana)Sj for the Bellinger. Cargo— SO ton for Port Mao-? quads and 10 lor the Bellinger. February 2.— »«. Avon, 126 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, from-the Bellinger. February 2.— May Jennings, from Sydney. February 6.-8.8. Wellington, 160 tons. Captain Teplio, from Sydney. Possengora— Mesd&mes Norton and Neuwlck; Messra. Renwick, Pope, Foreter, Morley, and 8 in the .steerage. Cargo— 15 tons of general merchandise for Port Macquarie. February 7.— p.s, Avon, 125 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, from tho Bellinger, February 7.— Alice May, from Newcastle. DKTABTDBBS. ? - February 3.— «'.«. Welliugton, 150 tons. Captain E. Taplin, tor Sydney. ' Passenger*— Mesdamcs Campbell and Holm; Misses Campbell (2) Loug, and Weir ; Messrs. Bain, Campbell, Stanley, Holm, and J. Taplin. C...

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