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The Macleay Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
[?] ?Phb follwjng -candidates yrtm no*rolnat«Bn Jtfo&day lastfor the Maaj|y eleB^rate: — ]p£pg8r,&nd P Ohoe)9 - r, ^j , '; ; ^ito.^O JMWpued by Messrs V: J9nes*nd*ElltotO' T1 ? . ? Mr F. «»'%Uton— proposed byfMesars. Bo8l»ellandJ.%Neill. ' Mr A fe SaitoDhrfroposed by Messrs L. L Bosten%nd Q ^Binders, r Mr O -p '*Daugar— proposed by Messrs. W, D Seo]ttana,0'O'Sultfvan ^ Mr EnoCn Rudder— proposed by Messrs Boardman and Patterson JM ^ , Mr Jeanneret — pi^posed V^Messrs S Verge and Christian. a Mr.^E. B.^Woodiou%e was proposed by Mr/*Fibbard. * ' ??'?..? The show of hands was in favor of Messrs. Dangar and 'Hogaiii'Bnd there is every likelihood that these* ''gentlemen will be returned. . ' ' . - ? :
Agricultural Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
Agricultural Meeting. A meeting of the genera) committee of tbe Port Macquarie and Hastings District Agri cultural^nd Horticultural Society was hold in the committee rooms on Monday last. Theft was a -$ir attendance of rnomiliors. Mr. E. T. Mulligan, vice-prfesijfeit, occupied the chair. The minutes orntlie previous Ilir^biug nvik ii^au auu iiviiuiihvu- Extra judges were then appointed in several classes ; after which it was decided, on the motion of Mr. L. Lindsay, seaoiidcd by Mr. Suters, that a charge of I per cent, on the gross proceeds of sale be made for disposing of stock, &c, on the show ground. Auctioneers will lie allowed to sell any time after, 4 o'clock on the second .day of tbe show. Moved by Mr. L. Lindsay, and seconded by Mr. G. Bransdon,ifcbat wives of; members of the society be allowed to oxbjbit free. The motion was agreed to. The secretary intimated that he had arranged with Mr. See's manager to run tiife the steamer Wellington to suit the convent? ence of...
(BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
(By Telegraph.) Svdkev, Wednesday night. The result of the polling to-day, in seven electorates, was a9 follows :— Tho Namoi— T. Gruangar, F. The Richmond— T. Ewing, p, B. B. NIcboII, r, an.) Perry, P. Shoalhaven— P. H. Morton, F. VVileanuia— K. B. Dickens, V. Boutkc— T. Woddoll, r, Willis, r, and Davis, p. The Bogan-J. E. Cass, P, W. A'Beckctt. F, and W. Alison, r. Forbes— H. ft. Gooke, e, uid A. Stokes, p. The returns aio incomplete ; hut all the eaniiidntcs arc pretty certain, with tbc exception of those mentioned for tbc Forbes constituency, tho nuiubeia eo far beinc— Cooke 550, Stokes C02, Hittchiasou, r, 498, CottoD, i-, 418. Later, Thursday morning. ' Yesterday's elections as expected, reduced the majority of freetraders. The results in some .cases are stilf doubtful. Wad'.iell, Willis, and Davis, protectionists, are certain for BaurUo. The polling at Forbes is very close. Thirteen returns are yet wautcd ; but Cooke, freetrader, and Stokes, protectionist, head the poll. Moito...
Saturday's Elections. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, Saturday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
r»Y * MM * *r w k. 91 ; j SvDsBy, Saturaayntglit ,Tpfi foltowipK candidates wore roturnedjto^y i—u (Gunnedeh-E W4Timm-h. * t * *t'% The NtpooD— S ® J^eos (f). k ' Guqaagait-J W '. BarneB it) 1 Weft MattUnd-*. Jffj Thompson -Fj.% '* Muagw-qa-a^BlacitWrW. WWl^e), and 3/ ffarttey-|j. Hurley (t- ' 7 * WollombJ— H SteieusonXejU^ i Im-crell-D A. Cruu&tluuflRr) r' Illawirra— P, Woodviurd (*), and. Joseph Miteholl (f) M Kmmn -R tV Fulloi (r) Pati let's Plains -A .T Gould (r) CarcoJii— C, X. finilmifl (FJ, nn-i J. Plumb (t). . Gumlnn— W. M ?Court \V), Thos. Oarrett (r).ahd J.KMnln. -,-... ^. ?...-.. .... CciitiM Ciimberlaiid-P. Farnfll (F), J, Nobba -P). U. A. Eibihie (Fi, n«d X, B, Linslcy (F). .. Mori»tb--M. M'BaiMr). ? : Tbe '.Hunter— R. Scolile (v). , . HastfiiRa and Jjftnuing— J. H, Young (p), and C. ' J. RpWtsjjF)/' '???????? . ' Young— MGougli (P), and 3: A M'Kiunon \v). In reference to the above it will be seen that niDateen electorates, returning 30 members, pro nounceel the...
SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
SYDNEY. ^ . .aj- ? ? . jTflursdai'. Murdodc, the crTHRtaiy is suffcriiig from sunstroke. ':' I f ?'? '''?, ' . ' Dr. On Leo imported twenty-eight China men to work as sanJem'i's for five years* at £15 per year. They now demand £1 per Week. j^_ JLiie train juumpy uebwtreu oj-um.j uuu Brisbunc will shortly be reduced by stveu hours. A branch of the Freotradc Association has been formed at Orange. A Melbourne architect named Gibbons, another- laud boom, victim, has filed his schedule with £55,000 liabilities. Joseph Webster & Co. .have also suspended pay ment. Their debts aniount to £4,000. The Lauucestcn Cup was won by Chaldean, Laura 2, aud Crbwii Brand 3. ' ? ' Friday. Dr. Fisher, senior surgeon of the Sydney hospital, lias resigned, owing to the appoint ment of Dr. Hull as resident medical super intendent. m Dicks, warder of the Mudgee gaol, has been charged with shooting a warder and embezzling £105 the property of the Govern ment. *? , John MmcKay, seaman, was acquitted o...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
Loaal aai General Neva. . Tub Siiow. — The fifth annual exhibition of the Port MacquarK! and Hastings District Agricultural and Horticultural Society will lie opened on Wednesday noxt ; and, so tar, everything goiis to%how that tho. exhibition will lie a grand success, -tvu uiui is ruquiruu is tine weather ; and it is to be hoped the committee will be Messed with this great necessity. Entries aru coming in very fast ; ft-id wo havo received intimation of a largo number of visitors from the Mncleay, Man ning, anil Sydney. Tho steamer Wellington will run iti conjunction with the show, so that visitors from the metropolis will have jio difficulty in reaching this charming locality, and, after spending u couple of days with us, returning to Sydney, as the stenmer will leave again on the Friday morning after the show. In live stock, there is every prospect of a grand display, ropre t senting the Mncleay, Hastings, and Manning Rivers. The-, hall will bo unusually attractive, wo have every...
Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
c*tigamB*mvmr:. I s LONDON. - -r Sir John tuNWk M*, l-°en «octod ,,»V*t»* president of (be &ondon County Oonncii , and Mr. J. B, firth, Deputy-€jhiimnan 15^ihou^a*blu^f*oli1tavWvliren sa*3l from^e^ip Sjr ^i^SHA * The BidlibTi »*' -L«fooW4ias *proteBted against th» court as constitutes W* ins trial,' which has Wen adjourned for oWnftb Prices at- tbo wool sales continue very firm ' h Riots have taken place m Hungajy Su connection \ulh the Ai ray Bill - ? ? Michael Davitt, founder of the National League, borrowed i. money r,iront .the. Irish Skirmishing Fuiid to establish it. Duloep Sin^li lias issued a proclamation to the Native States of Indisi, that if ho is pro vidrtd with tour tnillipn rupees he will free India from.' British .rul^^iid is convinced that i£ the Sikhs wifc, all ttie soldier? and 90 per «eut. of tlm native proviuces would joiu #e revolt. ^ ?:,: Lord Sherbrook is seriously ill. Owing to 'Cardinal Moran's iliflu6ncc,%he Irish party is said to, be infthe asdenda...
Police Court, FEBRUARY 12, Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P. N. and Jas. Butler, Esq., P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
JPolioe Court, Fbrroamt 12, Before F. B. Halos, IJsn.j, P.W. and Jas. Butler. Esq.. fh-. The following persons were foieh fined ]0T and 4s lOd costs, for not. registering their dogs -.—Catherine McKcll, Ann Fox, Eliza Vaughau, Johu Condon, Samuel Strutt, ddwanl Flyno, William Kcrr, Henry Lilicr, George Kelly, Jolin Nelson, Thomas llenlmm, Thomas Faux, Ouucan WcUiannid, Fred. Reynolds, CJias. Wilkins, Thomas Wwtllauds, and Benjamin Wcigley.
The Game of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
The Game of Life. Suppose it were perfectly certain that tho life and fortune of every one of us would, one day or other, depend on his winning or losing a game of ches-j. Don't you think that we should all consider it a primary duty to learn at least the names und the moves of tho pieces ; to have a notion of a gambit, and a keen eye for all the means of giving and getting out of check ? Do you not think that we should look with a disapprobation amounting to scorn upon the fftUier who allowed his son, or the State which allowed its members to grow up without knowing a pawn from a knight ? Yet it is very plain and elementary truth that the life, the for tune, and the happiness of every one of us, and more or less of those who are connected with us, do depend upon our knowing some thing of the rules of the game infinitely mure difficult.nud complicated than chess. It is a game which has been played for untold ages, every man aud every woman of us being one of the two playero in a gam...
Official Correspondence. Department of Public Works, Harbors and Rivers branch, Sydney, 11th February, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
*? Official Correspondence. Department of Publip Works, H&rbors and Rivers liratjcl), Svduey.'lltli February, 1889. Sir,— In reply to your letter of 21st ulto., in reference to the removal of tlic dredge ' GainMa' to Bain's falls, I have the honor to inform you that instructions have been given to remove the dredge to Bain's Falls as soon as the work at Tort Hie quaric has Icen completed, which will be in about iic'weejif time.— I havo, ic., * '??? ? ??? fconr. hicksox. A. E. Poiuitney, Esq' Se?^'- Ingress Committee.
Is Love as Failure? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
? le Io7e A-PftUure? v One divorce case makes more* noise. than 10,000 happy marriages. It 'Is, -therefore, ,^. Tidiculous ';. fpt .jtlie generally .well-married v t -iiumat) family to fix its atteutiou on a v^ry ,-- occasional aberration and iniBtakejt for a, *- general law'.' £ Thai,Vjho werBti Ss .'what ' the * human family has been trying '$*- do Vtely. Marriage is not an ethetical but fc, social , institution. There is au old and true adage - that matches are made jn heaven, but no one has dared to argue that marriage contracts ' are signed there. If marriage is now and then a dismal and dire failure, the general cause may be found in the character of the contracting parties, not in* the institution, and any discussion of marriage brings us squarely up against the physiology of love itself, upon, which all marriage is or ought to be founded. * And xhis ought to be said at once; Lova has never changed in its impulse, Us purpose, or its unreasonableness in all the years of its tu...
The Hastings and Manning Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
The SftstiagBMidTiiLaaiiiag Bleotioa. £n Satarday lajfchafcmnj? for two tnem Rucs, ^ftswye 3ff,:^B^ParlJainent of Now South Wales for the ifeleotorate *f the Hastings and Mantling, took fhtUKt TfiB| result was th^refora of Messrs! «T. H. Young and O. Jrfflberts, the old inemberaj after a very keen Somst. ,As we predieted! ib our loat^inuB. ^htmra TJ.nklitmn nnif McKinnon h®^iiahstantial maior|J;y in the police distriori|jPort Macquarief but the southern effl of«q| eleotoratfe gtultified the voifce of the electors in tJjie norlhErn end. It is quite cleatghat we are thoroughly ripe for protection in this district, and the sooner we are separated from the Manning the 'better. The present members reptJKit only about hiflhthe electors so far asiBie question of freRrade and protection is concerned ; ? and it will not be long bHtre many ojflb voters in this constituency ^iU be advMating Aha national cause. When farmers afftold that the ship SuTlan arrived in SyoByAnlf last week, with 16,00...
Our Bone Frame Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
Out Bone Frame Work. Nature uses at least 200 separate pieces of bone to hang a single man's muscles upon, and to encase certain parts which, like glass and pictures, require to be (_'NndIed ' with care.' Bones are not held of 'much account either by the gravedigger or tho cook ; but that is because the gravedigger and the cook are both very unscientific persons. There is a story, familiar to all schoolboys, to the effect that a countryman, visiting the museum of his country town for the first time, was shown the skeleton of an ass. He gazed with open-eyed wonder at the many separate pieces, the peculiar joints, aud the various cavities made by the articulated bones ; finally expressing his admiration in the scientific language most familiar to him self — 'Ah, sirs, wo are, fearfully and wonderfully made.' The laugh is held to have been against the countryman, because he placed the ass in the same order as him self. He was, however, a genuine Darwinian before Darwin's time. — The Ho...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The official declaration of the poll, taken at tho election of two members to represent the Hastings and Manning electorate ou Saturday lost, was made in the presence of & very large assemblage of the electors in the Agricultural Hall, Taree, at noon on Monday (saya tlie Jlf aiming Time$ of Feb. 13.) At 12 o'clock }i}r. Jag! Mcjuherny, Returning Gffiacr, roBC and said that he had uow to declare the state of the poll. Mr. James Henry Young had palled 1065 votes, Mr. Charles James Roberts 1063, Mr. Hugh McKinuon 1044, and Mr. John Lowry Rutli ven 1040 votes. He had therefore to declare James Honry Young and Charles Jain.es Roberts tl)c duly elected members to serve in Barliament for the electorate of the Hastings and Manning. (Lqud Applause.) Mr. J. H. Young rose imldst much applause, to return his sincere thanks to those wljq bad placed him in the proud position io which ho stood before them. If in the course of the meetings which had been held in thi...
Confused Ideas. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
' Confused Ideas. Some capital illustrations of the confused ideas that children are apt to derive from their teachers and l«sson-books are given in some ' Studies of Elementary School Life,' in Lonymorie Magazirv.. A Biblical paper is instanced which commenced : ' The man OHVUU WHO UJ/ ll£LUt? U, JJULI laiUII. AJkAV I1U didn't bring up his sous to be patriarchs, coz they didn't take to it, except Joseph. He had twelve sons, and behold there was a famine in the land. In them days people lived on corn, aud behold there was a famine in the land. In them days people lived on corn, like horses do now ; not on vitlles and tea. The patriarch Jacob never eat scarcely nothin, except when there was a famine.' Another youthful essayist related that 'Samson became very sinful, for he got courtin' a young woman who was a relation of the wicked Phillistins.' From this he drew the moral that ' men should never court young women from uther coutries, except they are good. Never mind abart them bein...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
[?] [?] ?djf . Falinioiy ftr-s.8. Wellington, J60 tMuiWMHii ft Tjiplln, from Rjnliicy. - Pawsenj;era— Mis. Cauipbcil, I Miss.Grahaqi, Messrs. , Huddof. l'qwell, K., B| ' , IVoo&Iioum!, C. K. Jeanrieret, 0. Gaiffitt. Etafon.s « A. Bain, \Mtwiek,.r-. Raiu.feiiti plaster JcanncWt, ,' Cargo— 10 totu fnrTpt Mnoquaiic. ,. V * 'Pfiliriiiviv II.— T^«\fi» Mnnmll. from Hvilnev. ? jjSf I'VUmiyii.— Victoria, from Sydney* . , %%i. ? ' DfPABTOHBS., * ' FfWry ft.— b.b, fVoUIngton/lM tons, Cuptaio ? * Taplui, for Sydney. . l'usseygera— Mis* Konip t '?* M«wn. Cfiuumet and Kemp, ? Cargo— 1ST Bags tiuiizvS piffa, 5_-ciK-pa poultry, & catws epus, 3, iir.'CnelfB wine, 1 horsu, 1 .lniggy» #u J ID. (faotcogea Bimilrius. *''*«? .. i 9Jt« * FMu'uki'm l'8.i^%mnrcn fit InlK, for Sydney. -4 ' February Jo.1— Victoria, for Sydney. ~ CAMDEN HAVEN. - j February^.— Guiding'Star, for SyiJnqy. f» * Fdiniity 12.— l)jlly,WainSIoy, fbr Sydney,*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
? ' -':: .+?*# ?.?;?» ;€?_ . i Port f 4VJ acg u ame; ij) ? ;? ? ^ ;.?* ?V'^'*- .? ?- '??4 , ?? THEjftl-ifVo H^s^eli-y, is roplpte wi0i every modern coafy-'niegft^.. -- ; \ ** ' £ The BeSroogis a^^pfeuS,*lofty,; an3'V'el] * * ventilated. ' PLUNGE and SHOWEtt BlTITS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ' SKT COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL BOOM '^§ ttm WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, Ac, ahe Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cnisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. 5FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED ,TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. ?[cmcuLAit. ] To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store * keepers, and Others. MR, JOHN-ATE HAVING severed all connection witli Tate Bros. Agency mid Trading ^Company, Limited, has now commenced business under the name and style of JOHN TTATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sfssex street, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or General Produce entrusted to their care will receive best and immediate attention, ana Account Sales -will be rendered with p...
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
UEMtilOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cmmcn of Enuland.— Rollanda Plains 10'30, Tilounpli Poiut 2-30, Port Macquaiie 7-15, Kcv. 1).. Wilson. , i, «, Wkslefan.— Becchwood 11, Rawdbn Island 3, I'ort ManquarieT'lS, Rev. S. H. Maedade ; Port Macqimnc 1), Mi. G. GuiTett; Enuis 11, Mr. J. P.'ca.uW' ; Blmskinan's Point 3, Mr. B- Woodlands ; Ulru-knifm'u Poiut 7, Mr. R. Masters. J'kxsuytchmk.— Upper Camden Haven 1030, Kendall 3, Lanrieton 7-15, Euv. R. Davidson. Also ou February 24 — Huntingdon 10'SO, Woucbope 2-30, Port Uacquarie 7'lfi, llev. R. Davidson. Slit ^ort $lar«nart* %m$. ♦ ? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1889.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
COSHlKKCIAi INTELIVSGliNjCE. Sydney markets. * ? ? * ^ [By Ulkotmc TEi.EunArii.i Thursday. Mr. XV. C. Iloliinson quotes— Maize, 2s Oil to 3s 8d ; pigs, 5d ; eggs, 1b -5d. ♦ MvhBr*. Harrison, Jones,* and Devlin quote— Mniie firmer, 3s (Id to 3s Od ; hides, 2jd to 3Jd ; tiillow, i'21 to £23 per ton. Mr. Juliu Bridge quotes— Maize, prime very scarce, &? M to 4s, woevily from 2a 6d to 3s 3d ; pigf, supplies email, uiurkot very firm, porticra 6Jd to (id, bacon sizes 4Jd ; calves, in good demand, from JOsW to (JOs, according tostzc ; hides, brisk, 3Jd to 4il, scarce, medium weights 2£d, lights 2Jd, I sold 1832 at these fumros l, tallow, brisk, prime £11 10a, medium £21 10s, I sold 138 casks: butcher's pelts Sid, bare lSd each; horns, 40a; Bliuiks, £5.
Brief Moms, about Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 February 1889
Srief Hems, about 'Women. Women never weep more bitterly than when they weep with spite. — A. Ricard. When women cannot be revenged, they do as children do— they cry. — Cardan. Woman is a flower that exhales her per fume only in the shade. — Lamennais. Take the fiist advice of a woman ; under no circumstances the second. — Proverb. Women are too imaginative and sensitive to have much logic. — Mine, du Deffand. A lady and her maid acting in accord will outwit a dozen devils. — Old Proverb. Women are extremists ; they are either better or worse than men. — La Bruyere. There is no torture that a woman would not suffer to enchance her beauty. — Mon- taigne. Woman is a charming creature who changes her heart as easily as her gloves. — Balzac. Women distrust men too much iu general and not enough in particular. — Commerson. Of all heavy bodies, the heaviest is the woman we have ceased to love. — Lemontey. Women are constantly the dupes or the victims of their extreme sensitiveness. — Balz...