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Port Macquarie School. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Port aCaogufie Softool. 90 THE EDITOB OF THE POET HAOQDABU HEWS. Sir,— Since yon thought proper to let the peoplo of the Hastings and other distriots know what the pupils of$his tohool did not do at the tafe exhi bition, perhaps you will kindly allow me apace (in JuBtfeetomypupiU and Belf) to let them know what we aid do ? iust to cauntenint the. ininatin* yon have done us In your remarkp. Pint, we exhibited all those fine large maps, nine in number, yon spoke no favourably of, also af 1 the printings (one exception) you bo highly commented on ; but strange, you never hinted where they came ' from. Besides the above, we took prizes iu writing, and drawing (pencil aud ink), and much of our work was highly commended by the judges. Excuse our own trumpet, but we exhibited at least . fifty exhibits— a fair but not so large a proportion as we Intended to exhibit next year. We did not take part in the Hinging contest for the simple reason that we prepared only two-part songs {believing on...

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

Tanas. (from a correspondent The weather . is very hot and dry up this part of the river. It would be a very great blessing if we had a week's rain. Some of our farmers will soon be pulling their maize. The eoVIy crop is by far the best. There is some talk of having a day's sport on tlm Uully Hatturt suortly. I was very Hiuch pleased at the way thut tho Port Maoquarie show was carried put. There was a splendid lot of stock ; and 'the hall was very nice indeed. There was one mistake, in the lady riding, for in my opinion, and that of several whom I heard speak on tlio subject, the lady that had the red ribbon put on her arm bad the best right to the blue. Fubruary 26.

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

11111 ? ?- ^ j^5»iiaianri«,attWMt.^w^^afw^5.^siv ???- .|'ota!aa«t-Baft,6nplL?:wiaryj»thirchenii8te, ~ j^gsqcengand Prepare in the tblonjr.; ' ' «O»«wiEear-|lBB9. foUdee iffectba ' : - ; fceEons-lhoSOtU. June will latticipito intbe ? ' ?'?'1'^ : ' ~' ffPirisfon gf Profl&j .-;/ \ :,\ .; . . CltiMiiS.^N PITT Si1. OffioeB: 2S3 to 269 Sent Street. Sydney, » . General Werchants and Shipping Afeenlsf ? Importers of every description of Ameriimn, . ?'?* gritiffiandflontinenuil Hardware nadHoUoware - EurthenwuetChliituidGlusware. Portland 'Uement— -llobia'6, Fewcrs, ,, JLevett'e, ta. ? ?? t ' Val de Trovers' Aepbalt. ?Water fipeB and TuMng. , . . Fire Bricks and Clay. ?#? lead— Bheet and Pig. *' ^ Pig Iron and Tram Bails. -? -? Canvai'Twi Amid Kelt. ' '' *alt-Bock Coarse and Fine. ' ' Fencing Wire and Sheep Shoam, Bran Bags and Ore Bags. ' Whiting, Caustic Soda. . Orlterlbn&Bommerville's Hams. ., ttckles Castor and Salad OU. f Tinned Fruits, Vinegar. Gilbert's Starch and Corn...

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The Late Concert. TO THE EDITOR OP THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

The Late Ooaoort. TO THE EDITOR OP THE PORT MAOQUARIE NKW8. Sir, — As the originator of the late coDcert on behblf of the funds of the School of Arts, I have to complain of the notice thereof given in your columns, and crave a short space for a few remarks, by way of rejoinder. In the first place, your critique bears on the fane of it the fact that neither *T/iii neif onv m«mW nf vnnr atarT was hRuant ** the concert, as borne out by your statemeut of the programme submitted, which was simply a copy of the programme printed at your office ; whereas Mr* Hales announced tliat the programme would be departed from, and was so ; but iu your critique thiB fact was not allowed for ; and songs are stated as given that were not rendered, and the names of Messrs. Levy and Slade do not appear at all, although their contributions were most favourably received by the audience. i You BQom to have forgotten, in penning your un favourable, and, in my opinion, quite uncalled-for, remarks, that the si...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The School of Arts Meeting. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

The School of Arts tfeetiag. TO THE EDITOB OF THE PORT MACQUABIE HEWS. Sir,— The proceedings at the School of Arts last night lead me inevitably to the conclusion that there should be an alteration in the by-laws, mak ing it imperative that every member voting at the annual, or any other election of officers, should be of at least six months^tandiug ; and I feel myself Douua CO proH»t against, ana denounce iu toe strongest terms, the tactics resorted to by one at least of the candidates for office, which I oonsider an insult to the older members of the institution. To the bojgijidc admission of any number of new reput able members no exception can be takon, but, on the contrary, would be hailed with delight ^.but I cer tainly object Co such a state as obtalBedTaat night, whioh was palpable, and tmtf ill disguised (if dis guised at all), and cannot fail to place all parties to it in a false position. I heard*them defended on the grounds that both sides adopted thorn, (the truth of wh...

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

School of Arts Meeting. A MRBTiNa of members of the Port Mac quarie School of Arts took place on Wednes day last, for the purpose of electing officers for the institution for the current year. It will be* remembered .that thosajplected in January laBt were relieved of thrar duties bv a subsequent -vote of the members, who declared that the proceedings were illegal. There were aboufninety-fi ve members present on Wednesday last, a large number of whom had joined the institution from party feelings, and with the view of recording their votes accordingly — the welfare of the School of Arts apparently not giving them the slightest concern. Several gentlemen — and particularly Mr. Kingsford — who have consistently laboured for the advancement of the School of Arts, both financially and as an educational medium, were so disgusted with recent proceedings that they withdrew their names from the list of candidates nominated, and contented themselves by quietly watching the proceedings. They ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Judging at the Late Show. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Judging at the Late Show. TO THE KUITOB or THE POET MACQOARIBjlcBW.S. * Sir, — Kindly permit me space for a small grumbjp atj souie glaring inconsistencies in fixe judging od; our recent* show. The *prsfc that came ufiner my notice was in connection with buggy horseB (pairs). ^The first prize was awarded to two horses; a bay and a ghestnut, certainly not!a paie in ant ikhpect. Following on thurcame the awards for best buggy and pair,*t.«., best turnout for Society's prize. This was given, and rightly so, to the greys (Mr. H. A. McKay's). Then cauie the award for 0. P. Humphris & Co.'s special, for same item, when, strange to say, the judges reversed theifi decision and fixed the blue ribbon on the first two horses (I can not call them a pair) and buggy. Now one would naturally conclude that the Society and Humphris & Co.'s special would be awarded to the same turnout, providing, of course, that each were entered for the same prizes. The next anoiualy'presents itself ...

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

Iftuueipal Oounoil. - Thb usual fortnightiy meeting of the Fort Macquarie Municipal Council was held in the Chambers on Tuesday evening last, at' 3 p.m., when there 'were presenC-the Mayor (in the chair), and- Aldermen Gavanagh, Hayward. and Jennings. * , MINUTES^. $ The minutes of the previous meeting were read ; and Alderman Hayward moved that they be confirmed, which was seconded by Alderman Jennings, and carried. CORBESPONDBHOE. A communication was read from Mr. Thomas Smith, drawing attention to the dangerous condition of two large trees near his property in Lord-street, and requesting that the Council would take some steps to remove them. The Mayor Baid that an application had been tendered by Mr. James Butler for permission to erect a building next to his shop in Horton-street, the same to have an awning across the footpath. AVderman Jennings moved that permission be granted to erect the building, and also the awning, under the supervision of the Works Com rait tee. This moti...

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Petition Against the Return of Mr. Young. DEPOSIT OF £100. CONSTITUTIONAL DIFFICULTIES. PUBLIC CURIOSITY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Petition Against the Betuxn of Mr. v Young. ' Deposit of jeioo. constitutional difficulties. ' % public curiosity. * (Bv Teleql/lpii.) * Stsnev, Thursday. A petition has been £dged by Mr. Hugh McKinnon, one of the defeated candidates for the Hastings dud Manning, against the return of Mr.^J. H. Young, the$peaker, as a representative of that electorate in the Legislative Assembly. The petition has been lodged with his Excellency the, uovernor, accompanied uy a depositor aiwif. in fayor of the Speaker, as required by Jaw. Amongst other things, the charges Bet forth in the petition are that the presiding 'officer at one of the polling booths closed the booth at a certaiu hour, and retired for luncheon, taking with him the' key of the ballot box. He web,* it is dKpged, 'absent for three-quarters of an - hbuR* partaking of re freshments with the polling clerks. This, it is maintained, is contrary to the provisions of the Electoral Act, which declares that the ballot box shall be opened o...

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The School of Arts, Fort Macquarie. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

The School of Jute, Fort Maequarie. fO THE EDITS* OP THE PORT IUOQUARIE .NBWB. Sir,— The result of the election on Wednesday last, for the officer' and committee for the current year, reflect no credit upon one section of the mem bers of the institution. Certainly a few eligible men have secured seats, but the despicable tactics adopted by one faction must he ilejtnmentaLto the wclfnre of the Sehnnt nf Arts. Voters wnns-rnn in . who cared not two straws about the institution, their subscriptions being paid by those interested, merely to give a blind vote. Without wishing to draw invidious distinctions, may I anc why BOine, who, from the earliest inception to start a School of Arts here, have given botli time, work, and money to forward its establishment, were rejected ; whilst others, mostly recent arrivals, who, beyond a 3s sul'ScriptioD, hive never done anything, were elected ? The reason is plain : They wunt'to runthc School of Arts in the interests of a tenth-rate nigger company...

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

SYDNEY. § Thursday. Mr. O. W^feDarley has been appointed Engineer foffthe Harbors .and Rivers department, %ioe j(Sf r. E. O. Moriarty, retired. A well-known swim^r named Oasse, with various aliases, pras arrested in Sydney ycabtsruuy. ' ? Judge McFarland will in future officiate in the Mtetropolitan|tand Hunter districts ; Judgo Backhouse will take the Southern and Western districts, and Judge Gibsoa the North-western districts. . ' An attempt is being made to revive the unemployed movement. The nameB of E. D. S. Ogilvio and William Graham have been struck off the roll of members of the Upper House, both having been absent two sessions without leave. ttjf, The wreck W the steamer Southern Cross has been sold for £50. Alex. Brown, of Newcastle, will move, and Alison, member for the Bogau, will second the Address in Reply. Sir Henry ParH| will move an amendment that tbe Ministers do not possess the confidence of the House, and the debate will lost several days. In compliance with a re...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

'Latest Special TelegramB. 1 LONDON. * , ♦ * February 2%. The French Radicals have introduced a bill to prevent Boulanger... repeatedly becoming « candidate at elections*. Sir Joseph Lubbock has moved a bill to give London tradesmen a weekly half-holiday. The nelpjcable from Banjowaugie to Roe buck Bay is completed; The_ Anieer to Afghanistan is sending troopip© Herat. RuBBia insists tlmt Eng land should hold the Ameer in control. ? The Emperor of China has been married with great pomp. ?'?.*.? Paruell has taken out a warrant against Pigott, on charges of perjury and forgery. Pigott has telegraphed to his housekeeper to burn all papers in his houBe at Kingston. The Times Lbm withdrawn letters from' tho inquiry, and expressed regret at their publi cation. .Pigott has fled to Paris, and appealed- to the Times to provide for his children. Parnell was loudly cheered iu the pSreets of London, and on entering the House of Commons. The London journals declare that the Times case in connect...

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Licensing Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Licensing Court. Tuesday. February 26. Before F. B. Haloa, Esq., P.M. (chairman), and Wessre. J. L. Rutliven and G. LitchBcld, J.'eP. An application was tendered by James Hyde, the liocnscc, for a transfer of the license of the Carriug ton Inn, tVauchope, .to Arthur Henry, of tho Ellenborougb. The police said that Mr. Henrv was a, verv respectable man, and would no doubt keep a puMic houso very creditably, but he was a single man, aud thcedid not think a single man should be a licensee of a^pblic house. The chairman said be had no doubt Mr. Henry was a very reapcctablc man, but as a rule he was opposed to tho principle of granting licenses to single men. However, if his brother magistrates thought Jit to grant it he would not object. Mr. Rntliven said he was in favor of granting the application. Mr. Litclifield was also in favor of granting the application. Mr. Hales said tlmt tho Bench would grant the application, but this was not to be taken as a precedent aa to granting liconsoa ...

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Official Correspondence. SYDNEY, 21st February.1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Official Correspondence. Svdnev. 21«t Pflffiirv^lRSfl. A. E, Pountnoy, Esq., Sir,— Your letter of 2Ut January baa been duly Attended to. 1st. We havatforwarded the petitions therein mentioned. ? , 2nd. We bare applied for tho sun. of £250 for road Wauckope to Cameron's Crossing. 3rd. Also the £400 for road Ballangarra wharf, along north bank of Wilson River, to old Mocleay road. — Youitj &c, * J. H. YOONQ, » CHARGES J. ROBERTS. The following official letters have been addressed to Meesra. Young and Roberta, M.'aP. :— Department of Public Works, Sydney, 22nd February, 1889. Gentlemen,— I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter ot tbe 21at but., on the cubject undermentioned, and to inform you that the natter has been referred for' the report oLthe proper officer, and when tho-necossary infornifcon has been received, a further communication will fco made to you.— Yours, &c., J. BARLING. Subject— Clearing road from Ballangarra wharf along tbe North Bank of...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Local Land Board. The usual half-yearly sittings of the above Board were commenced on Tuesday last, 20th February, before Jas. Vernon, Esq. (chairman), and Messrs. T. Platt and T. W. Palmer. Mr. Bailey acted as clerk. The following applications were dealt with -- FEBRUARY 20. John James Warrall, 200 aores, c p. Confirmed. George Gamack, 100 acres, c p; Confirm*. William Edward Lewis, 60 acres, o p. Confirmed. John Joseph Brownlow, SO aores, o p. Confirmed. George E. S. Kelly, 820 aores, o p. Confirmed. George E. E. Kelly, 960 acres, c 1. Confirmed. George Wallaoe, 60 acres, c p. Confirmed. Edward D, Keougu, 60 aores, op. Confirmed. William Tyrie, 40 aores, o p. Confirmed. Riohard C. Cutler, 140 aores, o p. Confirmed for 83} acres. . Edward Joyce, 60 acres, o p. Confirmed. John Mackay, 40 aores, c p. Confirmed. Louis L. Boshell, 100 acres, o p. Confirmed for 114 acres.' Louts L. Boshell, 500 acres, a 1. Survey directed. Henry Trotter, 50 acres, o p. Confirmed. Newman HolUs, junr., 40...

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

Birth. MASTERS- February 22, at her residence, Glen Rose, Fernbank Creek, Hastings River, the wife of Robert Mahtbbs, junr., of a daughter. The Port Macquarie News. -   SATURDAY, MAR0H 2, 1889.

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Latest Special TelegraJnB. - : '? :-',-'*. ;:?? .'* ' ? .,.:'?-?/ Wtardb6. Pasteur 1ms cabled to Sydney purging the Rabbit CoiiiinisBion to come to a decision^ upon, experiimfnte with his specific for thgij extermination of rabbits. Thousands .of letters, . compromising officials, have been seized at the oflica| of the, Patriotic .League in Paris. . JE Queen '.Victoria has left London for Biarrity. . A n£bposal has been mide between Ander^. son isR-iiderson and the Canadian PacifM Co. to build steamers for the Atlantic passenger trade, which, if carried out, will eventually carry passengers und mails to Vancouver. The conger market is extremely depressed. Bojomoyo, on the east coast of Africa, has been re-occupied by_ Germane. March 7. Rochereau, manager of the Comptoir des Compti Bank has ..committed suicide. - The occurrence caused a run upon the bank, but the Rothschilds and others came to tlie rescue, and the panic soon subsided. , ml Austria is displeased ?vijih King Milan's ab...

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The Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

The Aborigines. TnE Primate made a pathetic and eloquent appeal for the Australian blacks at the annual meeting of the Aborigines' Protection Association (says the. Echo of March 5). Some 7000 yet remain in New South Wales, ,and Bishon 'Barry unres that these should he preserved and propagated. While, fully ap preciating thr spirit of Christian charity ancT elevutrd humauitarianisin which inspires tlie efforts of the association, we think Jlhat Hie fiat has gone forth against the Australian aboriginal, and the sentence is one of utter annihilation and complete obliteration. Never in the history of human life on the earth, as far as we know it, has there been an instance of nn aboriginal nation melting away with such terrible rapidity before the breath* of the ijfvader. The Primate, in Alludingjto the assertion that the native ruces* in variably fadod before the footsteps of the British colonist, remarked, ' B_ut our presence in India and Africa hai not that effect, and why should it...

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Bright Example Lodge, I.O.G.T., Laurieton. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Bright Eaample-jSodgr, I.6.Q.T., ? :* m ^iBurieton. * ♦ * ? ? ' - i We have been requested to publish the following, which wo do wfRi tho ''greatest of pleasure : — In submitting the usual quarterly report it affords me niuch pleasure to note 'the increase of membership during the past quarter — vif., six males. The financial position of thd'Lodge is good. We have a credit balance ink the Government Savings Bank of £lO0anl all finances being summed up gives us a credit balance of £12 2s ]£d. The attend-Hice$of members is4 improving, aud I trust it wij. continue to do so more noticably this qparler. We have held one very successful open meeting which was attendgd by our worthy D.D. aud by a very large number of brothers from Kendall, 'as well as the general public. The D.D. took the opportunity of atplaining why he had not attended our meHTngs as he would have wished to have done. This, I am sorry to state, is owing to ill health. Bro. White stated he was also trying to persuade Bro....

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Original Essays by Youthful Hands. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Original Essays jJyTToutMalHMiae. Me. BAEKEB'fi fepond and last flaper on '^lBiu|ntory|(^JSK)l Wtell.ioppearsj:iu; thV Febrfllry'jiumii^Jof ionymam iAfpgtizine, 32he jas$.batehip£ }' Youthful '^Essays' v-liicli he has brouelirioeether aro «uite entertain-. lng^-yHei^sarea^eW extracts 'irqraj& boy's. :'? ;' 'we 'Zoological Gardens. Mfc. Of all the animals in this worljT! the Zoological Gardens is tlie mist. You go in by a«g£Hbud^uen you have got a bit way down th'eje they are all rouncTyou. Atuur^ky cant be liotlltn to it;' $hey oant^ rut about and hurt you, coz tlferVs a kngajfl rapped over them all. Tlj(p look so ve jinr-coz *you can ser all tfiry do, -anil #an Imvc a goodj sliire uj/ round |at them '; and they 'Itccp lookiti in tjie corners to site if the.y cant ti'ld some bushes au^thiu^s' to lildo. b«lii!\t. *' The lion, which is the. Itinj ot'jpl the nnimals* jvot ev«r livud, vMi so little tliatl 'shouldn't have no«n it- was 'lim, only^ have seen picters, and my niother...

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