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The Death Penalty in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

$he Death Peaalty la Europe. Ik New iYork, on next Mew Year's. day- the... law providing for the execution of murderers . . , - .-. by^ electricity, will , go into jeffect-,?- *T|ie Society of Medical Jurisprudence lias made due preparations for scientifically performing the new method of execution, and murderers will doubtless see to it that experiments shall not be long wanting. While the change is being inade in New York from considera tions of humanity, a stiU greater revolution has taken place in public sentiment in most countries of Europe, in regard to the death penalty. On January I next the law totally abolishing the death penalty, will go into effect in the kingdom of Italy. This is more remarkable iu view of the frequency with which murder is committed among the hot blooded. inhabitants of the Italian peninsula. Not only arc killings more numerous in Italy than in most civilised countries, but the murdepprs are more ferocious aud cruel. Til mi nrli rrnrrni %w% otnmnfliiii...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cut Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

[?] ^j^e.~.ii^:^;jma|MfB^^^ir&i':'Toinar.ce, ^f^l^altll^ia^r^d^nctml, will yield the imBj^tion a tlgherjjpj-' than any BpHbfc'i.',*l.^2a:iis^i-i^t. ..Vju-ivX.' ? '' ; ? ^ Sloth nm^ ^alliJahgs diffipiilt, but in dusttyaU-as:yj and ;lie that riseth late must trot all day, *ndsl^sc^cedTOrtako his Business at night -:iv-A*r-' 'j' jS. - ' . A. manxannotao goon or em Without do ing good «r evil $o luaigoM.'4. V f , , : The terror 'of being thought: po*br has ruined thousands. * , v - \*. Adversity is soruBtiraes hard upon a. man; but for one who can stand* prosperity, there .are a bnndred who can staud adversity. - People that have Bothine; t» do are quickly tired of their own -company. 'Love '-& flattery in most men proceeds from the mean opinion they have, of them selves ; in women, from the contrary. [fa man would register alt his opinions opou love, religion, politios, learning, -tc, beginning front his youth and so go on to old age, 'what a bindle of inconsisteacles ,...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Mistaken for a Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Mistaken for a Kangaroo. ?' On Tuesday night, the 12 th February (says the 'TTralla and Walcha Times') a lad nimed Richard Vnikinson, in the employ of Alderman Pearson, ; was shot iu thef oins under peculiar circumstances. It appears that two young men named S. Elliott and MT stated in a paddock near the railway bridge, when the shootists saw, at a distance of about 20 yards, an object which' they state they took to be a kangaroo. This impression was continued when, on shouting to the object, no notice was taken of the summons. Accordingly it was- agreed that Elliott should fire, when, after discharging the shot, it was -discovered, from the exclamation of the un fortunate young fellow, tluit Wilkinson had been severely wounded in the loins by the' charge. No time was lost by the authors of this unfortunate mistake in having the in jured lad conveyed to his parents' residence, and Dr. Wigan's services were requisitioned from Armidale, that gentleman arriving about three o'clock on W...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forfeited Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Forfeited Coaditioaal Purchases. TnE undermentioned portions of Grown. Land, conditionally purchased under j.he Crown Lauds ? Alienation Act of 18G1, the Lands Acts Amendment Act of 1875, the Lands Acts Further Amendment Act of 1880, and the Crown Lands Act of 1884, as well as all Conditional ; 'Leases or rights attached thereto, are dfclaYcd forfeited, but such forfeitures are not .to - take effect until the expiration of thirty clear days from the 13th February :— LAND DISTEICT OF POUT MACQUARIB. James Swan, Port Macquarie, 40 acres, county of Macquarie, parish of 'Oairncross. , George Henry. Rowsell, 80 acres, county of Mftcquarie, parish of Prospect. . Andrew N. Calvin, 40- acres, county of Macquarie,' parish of Bed bank. ' George Fa'rrawell, 40 acres, county of Macquarie, parish of Torrcns. Christina McLunhan, 43 acres, county of 'Macquarie,' parish of Redbauk. M. Fredk. Rowscll, 40 acres, county of Macquarie, parish Caircross.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road Vote. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Bo&d Tote. The motion droved in tho Council by alder man' Jennings, on Tuesday last, in reference to tbo road vote, is one which u\u6t commend itself to the wholo of the ratepayers. When Tort Macquarie was formed into a Munici pality the streets and roads within the Municinal boundary were in a wretched condition, through long negloct at the hands of various roa«l superintendents. Very marked improvements have been effected in several directions by the Council, but the rates are quite inadequate to the needs of tho borough, and urgent improvements are at a standstill, much to the discomfiture of our city fathers. This, however, would not have been the case bad the Government caitfed out the provisions of tho Munici palities Act, which provides for the maintenance of main roads, running through - municipal boundaries, out of the public fund. Last year tho Government acknowledged its responsibility,' and the road vote was handed over to the Council ; but some unknown objection...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extraordinary Conduct of a Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

[?] TfB quiet Utfletown^iip of Lt»werJHutt- distant eight miles from Wellington; NeWI Zealand, was Vfiys|)4g^ri^!8^ndent of the ^^^hcowa '(fSo n-tateof Jjunsounfl ; *-xcite- nieflt*y^eTeportWat«h'eSyiday ??night* shocking outrage had been perpetrated there;; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Scales, residents of idle' Butt, were present at a ball in that snburu, and on returning i»fc«'*t one o'clock oa Saturday morning, cries of murder' were heard from the rbsm of their domestic 'ser vant, named Lydin. Elliott. Mrs. Scales »t once rushed to- the room from which the alarming sounds proceeded, and found tke girl tied to the foot of the bedstead. She in formed her mistress that this fcad been done; bv two men. The police were at onee com municated with, and Detectives Kirby and Campbell were 'despatched Iron Wellington to inquire into the matter. Lydia Elliott is what would be called among ker class, ''a strapping girl,' eighteen years of age. Ques tioned by the detectives, she declared that at about...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Public School Teachers' Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

FoUlo Sdhoft TeMbera' Grimaoas. Tiik public school teachers do yell to bo angry over the scurvy treatment which they receive from the authorities of their Depart ment in regard to their being compelled to pay for the cleaning of thfir schools, and to tnko upon thowselves a troublesome amount of clerical labour not congruous with their proiossioual duties! we quite agree witb the Echo in tho observation that ' it in con summately and sordid and radically unjust for tJbu Government to ebaqgo teachers with the cost of cleaning schools.' It is equally dishonest to force upon them clerical labour that is over and above tliair proper duties as teachers. Even were it the rule in the Civil Service that officials should sweep out their own offices, and clean the windows of the ?same, ic, and that they should, Moreover, dtH'ote several hours per mouth to clerical labour of a kind not needed for the further ance of their proper offici- work, the body of public ecliool teachers should be exempt...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Origin of the Word "Teetotal." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

The Origin of the 'Wtad V Teetotal.' Mb. Robert J. Lecet writes to the London Tinies: —'The origin of this word has no relation whatever to the great temperance movement. It was in common vulgar use; generally in its adverbial form, ' tcetotally,'' in the south of Ireland long before Father Mathew or the other apostles of temperance made their appearance. It is a Hibernian ese of the word .' total,' the universal love of alliteration giving it a stuttering *-und. I have frequently heard it used an Cork, CO or 70 years ago, and in its Celtic use very qften overshot the ipprk — e.g., 'a man was tee totally kilt,' by an accident or a heavy thrash ing, was no proof of his being dead ; were he really so it would be told you plainly.' It is to be regretted that two of our valuable modern dictionaries should have given bo mistaken an origin for the word.' Selection of Seed. — A writer 6ays — ' In the selection of seed corn, gather from tho best part of the^rop, and always from standing cor...

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 — 2 March 1889

Looal and Oweral-^exro. Mr. Sb&vbb akd Sib Hbnrv Pawbb.— We take the following from the 5. Mmerald of Monday last : — Mr. Seaver, JH.L.A. for Gloucester, writes to say that lie was not present at the meeting of the freetrade party when Sir Henry Parkes was elected leader, and was not aware of the fact until he heard Mjjlillan. Mr. Seaver says : — ' I have no inJPhtionMhatever of assisting in any way Sir HenryjParkes to again become the leader of a freetrade Government, as I consider ?that be not only deserted his followers last Parliament, but that he also jeopardised free gnde in a way unprecedented in the colony, and is most unworthy of beine chosen as its leader.' Cattle Sale. — Mr. F. Hayward reports that at a Bale of cattle, held at Wauchope on Saturday last, he disposed of eleven head of store cows at £i each, and four head of fats at JE5. He states that there is a very good demand for stores just at the present time, and several first-class offers were made, but the r...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Alcoholic Drinks for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

^dcoholic Drinks for -AustraliSf The at tentionlpJE shippers to Australasia has recen^^^ifeJEuropeimT^ijl') jbeen directed Jo fbe^ppjsiWlitieg joI incwasing-tlie export of aVco^plicprinkg to' that, important snd esBTOliailylBflfislf'jinarket so^fai ^*s tW tastes of consumers are concerned. It has been calculated that the adult drinkers in Australia number 3,2UU,U»0, and it is argsed Eliat their consumptive power is at least equal in volume to ifaut of London—-* fact of which sufficient advantage has not,, been taken. The suggestion has therefore been made that an increased trade could be done when prepared to 6taod the sea voyage and the climate ef tlie Antipodes, will hold their own, in view of the unsuitabilityof the water there for some brewings. As regards wines, while the home production of colonial speci alities has more or leas affected the importa tion of clarets and hocks, the standard wines of port and sherry are likely to be always in demand, there having been largely inc...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

ValoUotory.* TnE Naclcay Argus says :— The Rev. R. H. D. Kelly, who has for some months past acted as hcum' lehens for the Rev. Mr. Turner, who has lately returned from Europe, preaches a farewell sermon next feuiiday at West Keuipsey. The rev. ? gMitleman's ministrations have been attended with success, and the wide popularity he enjoys is significant of the esteem in which he is held That the church has benefited by' his minis tration, cannot be gainsayed:- -He has arous«Psympathy and interest ih!' tho work ho has been engaged upon in -joftTts' 'of '. the district, seldom, if ever before, visited by a clergyman of hie persuasion, thaVtte'udance at -die different ' services proving that* his labours in that direction were appreciated. On Thursday afternoon, after .the meeting, of the parochial council, Mr. Kisijiip, jn a few appropriate words, presented thejfliev. ;Mr. Kelly with a liandsome illuminated address enclosed in morocco covers. The address was as follows : — ? .?;;.. To ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

SIIWPIMC KOrfiLLIGKtfCE. [?] Fibnmry^S-p.B. &vo»f 125 tbS,3CapWn J. Niohoiwn, from the Bellinger, '^i*,- February 24.-^**. WeUmtrton, 160 tons, Captain E. Taplin, from Sydney. '.Passengers-Miss ' Thornton ; Mre. ftadman ; Messrs.'Hibbard, Levy, Dagger, and McCJeary -'and 3 In the steerage ; oho 12 for the Bellinger.- ? CargotrtQtons for .Port and AD tons tnr Ihfe neDinfrer! ' * * - ? ' * * February 25.— Empress of India, from Sydney. February 25.— Alice May, from Sydney. February 25.— Victoria, from Sydney. February 28.— p.s. Avon, 125 tons. Captain Jas. Nicholson, from the Bellinger. * March I.— «.«. Wellington, 150 torn. Captain E. Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Mlsa Kemp ; Mesdanies Kemp, Downcs. and Roach ; Mr, Roach, and Master Downes, and I in the steerage ; also 2 anlnnn nnA A ntMnum nunnnrmm tnr tlift TttAlinmiT. Cargo— About 15 tons general merchandise for Port, and 10 tons for the Bellinger. DEPAKTDRRS. February 23.— p.a. Avon, 125 tons, Captain Jai. Nicholson, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

£??!. M&moisMkmi^' ?'??'??:,- ;; ,;? ^^^Iftopl, ;v * fTTHE above Hostelry is replete with . every JL '-.: 'modem offnvenietice. - - ' ; The' Bcd(|poiire are spacious,' lofty,, and well jr.' ''.;?' ''. :??? vc-if41 ate^ .r ?'' _' .,?.-,',,'!??.'' . ?'. PLUNGE and sHoWEE, PATHS. OOMMODIO|TS SAMPLE BOOMS.' ^' COMPUTABLE COMMEEOIAL ?????'? '?, ; ,,'ROOM,^ ? V- ?? -??;_?:? THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEEB6, &£, Only of the Chbicelst^rarids. The Cuisine js Unequalled out of ? '?' thb Metropolis., ?'?- first-class stabling.'.attended ;to by a careful 'and com petent groom. .'.?'? * [circular.} ' r '. M To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and, QtKers. i MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed el) conuoetion with Tate Bros. Agency and' Trading Company, Limits, lias jiow coih'ntRiicnd lmsiness under the narne and stylo of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and jAuetioueers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydiwy. Anv, consignments o^Jjive Stock or General Produce entrusted to thei...

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 — 2 March 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Presbyterian — Hollands Plains 1030, Tele graph Points, Rov. B. Davidson. Also on Maroh 10— Huntingdon 10*30, Wauchope 2-30, Port Mac quario 7-J5, Rev. R. Davidson. , Weslevan.— Ennia 11, Blaekman'a Points, Port Macquarie 7*15, Rev. S. H. Maodade ; Port Mao quarie 11, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Blaokinan's Point 7. Mr. E. Masters; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. Wliito. Also on March 10-KendaU 11 and 3, Lauiieton 7. Rev. S. H. Hacdade ; Port Macquarie 11 , Mr. O. Garrett ; Bunts 11, Mr. J. Secombo; Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquarie 715. Mr. J. White ; Blockman'a Point 7, Mr. R. Woodlands.

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 — 2 March 1889

COJHHEBCUI. INTELLIGENCE. ? * Sydney Markets. i «. [Bv Elkcteio Telkobafh.] t * ThnnuUo Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— New Zealand maize arriving freely, beat old 3s 0d, newjSs fld) Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides, in brisk demand, I sold 1989 on Friday, heavies 3tf to 8Jd. mediums 3d*o 3»d, light. 2{d to 3d, dry hides at the same quotations t tallow, brisk demand, I sold 93 casks, prime £22 to £26, medium £20 10s to £21 10s | prime oats 3s 8d to Js lOd, new 3s 6d, weevily 3s ; pigs, supplies Urgvporkers 5d, bacon dies 4d to «£); calves, from 8s 6d to 65s. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

10 LET. /COTTAGE, Hay-street; COTTAGE, Horton \j street. Apply JAMKS BUTLER, Port Mafequarie. Notice. A NYPEHSON found TRESPASSING on my J\. property ot RoUjflde Plains will be prose cuted ae.tue laWdirocBF - ' JOHN DOYLE. February 28th, 1889. Bellinger River ApiitEl kmk * ANNUAL SHOW. ? ? On Thursday, Friday & Saturday, HTIi, 15TH, & 16TH MAECH. NEW SHOW GROUND, Between Boat harbour aud Fernmount. 500 P1UZKS TO BE COMPETED FOR. Show opons at noon on THURSDAY, the 14th iustaut. .A-ISMISSIOISr Is. Entries of Ll^JJ STOOK takon up to morning of Show. Schedules will be sent immediately on application to FREDK. R. II, BAKER, ' Secretary, ? Caution. I HEREBY give notjeo that op and after . this date stock will be prohibited fmra * * passing through usy private ^property at , t '-- Bellangry. ?'.- Persons caught offending after this notice will be prosH3uti*d for trespass. There is u stock road marked arotnd the ^ fence. ' ' ? ROBERT WOODLANDS, fcenr. 4 ? ' Bellangry. £ Feb...

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Tasmanian Timbers in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

[?] SAUM.E1 of ten varieties -if _ Tasmaniau timbert were Su\»mit^'«imo ipiisidprable time ago to Mr. BanBOMe, of Stanley Work^: Chelsea, London, .and a report tiereon jstatek' that of the teu woods submitted 'hine^ave tieea fonnd of value, and of these several are' of exceptional worth. AH tfce tiniberp sampled were subjected to severe tests.! The trials 4inabrace3 working by tfbe* different joiners* . -machines, sawing of alU; kinde, planing, and moulding, and were, in- fact, exhaustive; while, .finally, tbe whole of the woods were tested as to their respective breaking strains. The woods submitted were sfcaingy gum, stringy bark, red and white myrtle, pine and Hoon pine, black wood and light wood, pencil cedar, and sassafras. The report is in effect that the stringy -bark is very strong, tough wood, something like American ash, and is suited, lor wnggon and carriage work, for .building when great strength is required, and for railway sleepers. It has, however, the defect that tbe...

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Camden Haven Police Court. FEBRUARY 16. Before F. B. Holes, Esq., P.M., and F. D. Ross, Esq.. J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Oamdaa Havan Police Court. FKHIU7AKY 10. Before FrfB. H«les, Esq., P.M.,' and F, T). Ross. Eso.. J.P. . James Kerr and Dennis Kilmurray were sum moned by Constable Mahonoy for illtraatinf; throe horses, by kcoping thorn shut up in a yard from the 20th to the 30th of January, without food or wator. Defendants pleaded guilty, and after hoaring tho statetfnts if the witnesses for the prosecution,' thev lrore fined 10s each and fia 2d coatfi. whinli were paid. A hawker's licenso was granted^ to Robert Jackson. SMALL DEBTS COURT. t (Before the abovo ISnnch.) ?- n Stinson sued Allan Payne for £1 11s 7d, being Balance of account rendered. Defondant did not appear. Verdict for amount claimed with £1 costs, and one witness' exponscs )2s. John Foster sued William Upsall for £7, cost of building a house. This case was adjourned till the lOtfrof March, as the defondant was unable to appear through an acoidcut which oocurrcd on the Saturday previous, when Mr. Dpsall was thrown from his horse in ...

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For Ever true. CHAPTER II [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

??????- ^ori^aoBa^E0Si^ !/:--:;tS-*«HI8^i-:u . : uj aoui u inner »o huimi^jsv- --— ; ? Aathcir heart's vofn Whose WHifcfioes nfgh to toc&k. ? i , \ ? - To Lady Mercfipia°8 inexpressible* deljght, , at the oudnpfjfl fqftnj&ht's stay Peiriok f5arn loy suddenly declareal''8 intention of return t ing to Lotidon. v v Sir Humphrey; -was now so wall oil the load to convalescence that there was. no excuse rcadr toiirmj flje 'vounsf matt to con sider Iiis proposal, and to tlio Countess's sur p«is.', and it must be said, pleasure, Ddrotiiy », sertiK-d 'to ofliM- iieiUirr remonstrance nor ob- ' Jivtion to iiur cousin's departure . 'Xou-ere fjuile riglit to ^o,' slie said, briskly, as they sat at lunchoon. ' It must flicweryduH down liere, Derry-, and you can -lo a heap of tilings for me in town.' No-one, sceimz lior brieAt face, wit1! its pretty sinil-', could havo guessed how much it cost Dorothy to utter these -commonplace words. Derry fplt a eonso of complete satisfaction as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

_l i'i ^^?H^^mW ^Bt^B^^Bfc f&rWmStS^Hw^l. ^-ft«**V *, Im]?ort'aiitc Boots. Boots.: toB©ots. CHRISTMAS IS COMING, ? Christmas Supply * BOOT& & SHOeI ARSIVCB Witt 6.S. WELttNOTON. , -— 1, ? M . ? ?% The -His)ll ty fc €ood, tlie Assortment Better, and for Cheapness and Kcalucss we flcfy £oinpeti titan. 4t ftL Ijioec .linos ' have ^«3^ purcjjastjp __\_ fro«u tho ^Official Assignee for tbe insolvent estate of M$EsrsftCr. Brown &_Oo., -of Oicfaxi .street, at & fiftyjpr coat, discount, And arc now lifting EolS at Sydney priieB, Freight and Commission added. This -b uo Loast^Mit * reality, wliieh always twines after a fetality. * * Heads of Families and others should at once take advantage of this opportunity, and purcliaso at HUXLEY'S all Boots and Shoes fcquirW for Qkristuias. F/hItley, * PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, llorfpn-Etreet, Port Macquarie ?I MADD0X, BaMresser & Tokcconist, Port Macqffarie, T-F,GS to announce to the inhabitants of J 3 Port ...

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