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Agricultural Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

A^ultural iCostUiff^ A well-attended meeting of the comnritteft pf ite Bort Macquarjp and Hastings District Agricultural arid Horticultural Society was held in phe rooms' of the institution on Saturday last,' Mr? M. J. ^Macdonnoll occupied the chair. TJie minutes of the previous meeting wore read ana connnnea. Letters vere read from Messrs. T. blair tend J. Tjjffin, the purchasers of tho fruit-. Btalls at the late show, pointing out that they had been losers in their speculations on account of the committee allowing a third fruit stand on the ground. Several of tho committja spoke upon*his matter, and Mr. Bain said he considered the person offending, after being warned by the committee, should be debarred from folding a booth on the show-ground again. It was ultimately carried that the sum of £1 each bo refundod to Blair and Tuffin, in compensation for their loss — if any. In tuturc more stringent terms will be imposed upon purchasers of booths, in order to prevent a repetition of t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Age of Ironmongery in the Navy. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

The Age of Ironmonffeifriu the NavT. Everything must change, aiMI Jack is also changing. The ago of jronraongery tih the Navy, which has for ever abolished the beautiful old frigates and three-decxers, with which the sea itself seemed to be iu love— so stately, graceful, and, as it were,*%live and sentient, did they move upon the water. The Iron Age (says the London Telegraph) has set in, and more than two-thirds of Jack's business is now done for him by hydraulic machines aud donkey enginfe. The towering masts, which lifted to heaven their spacious clouds of snow-white canvas, are dwindled to a polo with a pennant at the top, and a Nordei;feldt gun battery at the cross-trees. The winds have ceased to interest these wingless monsters of our fighting-line, and the waves — how- ever high they roll — have little or no authority to ?. check or concern them. Tins mighty engines drive the massive bulk of metal with the speed of the swordnsh over billows which groan, defeated aud repressed...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Official OorresTJondencB. The following official letters have been addressed to Messrs. Young and Roberts, M.'el'. :— Dopartment of Public Instruction, Syduey, 1st March, 1889. Sir,— With reference to my letter of tho 4th December last, wherein you were informed that the minister oi I'uunc instruction had sanctioned the erection of a new public school buildiug at Bal!eu garra, I am now directed to acquaint you that from a further report received from the local inspector, it appears that three families intend to leave the ocality at an early date, and that their places will be taken by sinele men. Under these circum stances, the Minister lias decided to suspend any further action in the matter until the inspector again visits the locality with a view to make inquiry iuto its educational requirements. — I have, &c, G. Miller. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 8th March, 1889. Gentlemen,— I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of youY letter of 7th inBtaut on tho subject un...

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The Outlook in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Tlu Outlobk^a ^)U|po. # alluded to the European oumbk in the most gloomy terms. He used expressions which seemed to indicate that &e wereon the verge Of war, and that before very long tho greatest conflict !tlje world had ever witnessed would have commenced. Utterances of tbfe nature, coming from the Secretary of State for War, notu'raTly'atlracted a vast amount of atten tion bo$ at home and abroad. Here it was generally recognised'that Mr. Stantiope i§as speaking as a politician rather than as a statesman^ but histemarks were not so un derstoodTm the Continent, and Lord Salis bury-found it necessary to allay the excite ment which Mr. Stanhope had occasioned on the contJLgerit. *To do this he instructed Sir James Fergusson to attend a menting *at the East End of London, which was assembled to hear Mr. Goschea, and to indicate to the pubfc that the relations of England with all the Powers were perfectly satisfactory, and that/there was no immediate fear of hostili ties. Never...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

4hippikc^ntellijjenije. [?] ^^'landltoiUrtjTMlw8 *E. KJngsford, Hobb», and *v&jPrwS| WJaSrj. Baker, SoStti Aodonmn, Davis, |. -SS^ODsforl'ort Maoquaiie, wa-20 ton. lor, the ^ BIWawbiiJ.— Oeorrina Ua--U, from Sydney. ' March 12,— May Jennings, from Sydney, March 12.— Victoria, from Sydney. - 5 March 12.— Julius Vogti, from Sydney. March 12.— p.«. Avon, 125 tons, Captain J. Nicholson; from the Bellinger. Maroh IS.— Alice May, from Newcastle. ' » March 12. ^Empress of India, from Sydney. :« i&fcJlL. * — .. ??- ?? ;^J-l»ABTIWIW. „. ... '^ March 9.— s.s! Fernmount, 2H0 tons, Captain D. ' Authun, for Sydney. Passenger*— Mrs. Button, Mist Wiudym-.;!Meaara.M'Oillicuddy,F. B. Treaty F. Prome, Desmond, Nash, Hillyer, and 1 in the v - steerage. Cargo— 200 bundles lathi,# case* eggt, * lBi»cs bark, 20 casks, and 8 packages sunflrles. ., .March 13P-p,s. Avon, 125 tons, Captaiu James ' ''-- Nicholson, for the Bellinger.* 7 ^ 1 March 14.— 4.*. fernmount, 20CLtoni, Captain D. Antiio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

BEST & KEMP, Solicitor '.^ Conveyancers, Jcc, PORT MACQUARIE. f*&» Tj^OR the convenience of country clients, Mr. llf. A- Kemp visits Wauchope on the ' First ami ',-?? Third Thursday in each mouth. STAR HOTEL, HORTON-STREET, - Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNQUCH, PROPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is replete with every modern convenience. - The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated'. PLUNGE aud SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOM%. KT COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM *^| THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., ARB 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. [CIRCULAB. ] To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. , ?* MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed oil connection, wifclj Tafa: Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, has. now commenced liusiness under the name and style of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex ...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

KELMilOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Choboii op Kxoland.— Hollands Plaint 10*30, Telegraph Point 2-30, Port Macquarie 7*15, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on Maroh 24-Beechwood 10-30, Knnis 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. ! Wkslk»an.— Becohwood II, Rawdon Island 3, Part Macquarie 7-15. Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquarie 11, Blackman's Poiut 3, Mr. J. Bolt wood; Kuiiis II, Mr. J. White; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Also on March 24— Hollands Plains 1030, Telegraph Poiut 2 30, Blackman's Point 7, Hov. S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquarie II, Mr. R. Woodlands; Port Macquarie 715, Mr. J. White ; EmmTil, Mr. J. Sccombe; Blaekman's Point 3, Mr. O. Garrett. PaK9BYTEHiAM. -Upper Comden Haven (M'Leod's) 10-30, Kcnd.ll 3, Laurieton 7.15, Rev. K. Davidson. Also on March 24— Huntingdon 10-30, Wsuchope 2-33, I'ort Macquarie 7-15, Rov. R. Davidson. ©lie gort 9tar«uarir %tve&. » ? SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1889.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

COHM ERCIAL INTELLIGENCES Syduey Markets. [By Elkotric Teleobafh.] Thursday.- ' Mr. W. C. RoMnsoa quotes— Maize, 3s 9d ; pig', Sd ; bacon, 9d ; eggs, Is 8d. Messrs. Harrison, Jones & Devlin quote — Maize, 3s Oil to 3s 7d for prime new ; hides 2Jd to 3Jd; tallow, £18 to £20. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides, market brisk, supplies short, causing an advanco Jd to £d on medium to hoavy weights, and ill to Jd on extra heavies, the quotations are— extra heavies 3|d to 3R hoavics 3d to 31d, medium 2£d to 3d, lights 28.1 to 2Jd, dry 2Jd to 3Jd ; tallow, £20 to £21 TOs ; maize, market bare, prime new 39 7d, old 3s lOd ; pics, small supplies, porkers 4d, large sizes 3d ; calves, in fair demand, 6s to 52s.

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How Gordon Died. AN EYE WITNESS' STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Sow G-orioa Died. AN EYE-WITNESS1 STORY. A few days ago a Greek, named Demetrio Oeorgio, arrived at Suakim with nows from Khartoum. A Central News correspondent had an interview with him and heard his story — the tale of the last hour, of one of Britain's noblest men, Tho narrative has been translated from the Arabic, and its Oriental quaintness is preserved. The Greek t-ays hu got to Khartoum in Mahdi's costume and stayed there about two months at the time Hicks Pasha was there, ' I was (he says) at Khartoum the niyht it was taken. The iN'ilc had gone back, so that part of Khartoum was open. Thu gaps and all round about were held by a large force under Kurigh Pasha. Thut night he moved the troops from the gaps, saying the soldiers wura wanted on the other side. Gordon hod per fect co^tidenoe in him. He (Furigh) espec ially got tho black troops out of the way. The attack took place at two points. At the largest-gap thera was 110 resistance.' ' Do you think the officers and men were ...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

* # For Ever True. 4 ? Cuapteu XXIV. All passes, .nought that has been it, things good and evil have one end. For »ne instant com prehension, sight, the sense of acute friar and loathing left Nancy ; the next she had recovered herself, aud call ing up uvwy scrap of tho courage and norie power, faced (lie horror of the moment. ' I am tired,' slut said^ hurriedly, and as clearly as her nervousness would permit. ' I — I will talk to you to-morrow. Please leave inn now.' t Crawsliaw's -eyos sue nod to flash fire at her. ' Sit down,1' he reiterated quietly, but with a nasty tone in his voice ; ''Wit down, I say. I'm master here. I'm your master, Nancy, and I'll be oUcyed, by Heaven I will.' Nancy's proud spirit leaped at the insult implied in his words, but sho hnd to set this feeling on one side and temporize — Duly let lift get him away am! nil ^kuld be well. With all the outward calmness she could Assume she moved another chair forward and sat down on it, trembling in every limb as si...

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Great and small. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

,iii^Esi-:Ksi . J}«youdj£e1pia^fottriairtit So many ltvj|maite desolate-^ t |jjpjnanylByaai«Iw^|ite;ht t- Itftfooraitt Bof[c1M*fitM« JiJ) hope to change tWi«t)Hd^f ill? Youth liopes, but years grow, and do»nah» Mocks hope, and evil triumphs »U1L t Millions of miserable men . Toil, weop, aud suffer all their days; ,? Thra troep into thu uarth again— * v Sick* to the heart of life's road ways. ^y^xro|, fraud, and vice, o. horrid crew, ;?: Holdfast oaf world tn this (lark hour ; * t Ill-ilceiln are many, good deeds arc few, -', And ^vryug, tjfumphttut, .laughs iu power. We are so small, what can we do ? ^owioaujour^eelilp, mean right liand* Strilto diiwi^tho faie, set up the true^ - And deaf the shadow, from our 'anjB -Jfc ~ Vaih !'-l^ttWI&nd'the wine^opJmrd,OTR^ Ami roserround our foreheads 1'inM Now. whilo it may, reap flowers android— £ It nan do nothing for mankind. ' ' W Whogthen. can help in this dark hour All men could save the world, you aay-» Butfl'hdre'wlU 'all mcnV g...

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Agricultural Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Agrioaltural Bduoatioix. \ The splendid progress made ijNtoe cojpn|;dri yiotoriftin ^e|»iJBe|Df ^grioultnral jMuca J/aM^fTime after time flffi, question,' has been brought before the Ministers of lie day utdthis colony, Jmt unfortuua^y, whilst the jfbmises haveMfn numeroHf their fulfil inen't has; yetftcrbe accouiplished. Many gentlemen have interested themselves to no purpose, some having given no small consider ation of this important flatter. The acting president of the^Pehnical College, in tuj; addresspn -Monday last,, -^inj?TBrced thai esJaUishment .of, an agibulibural*^BH%e at Eook'wooS, or elsewhere, -in connection with thu 'Board of Techuical Education. It is to be hoped that the good ejjiiuple ss* ^7 Victoria will induce the Government of New South Wales to speedily emulate her wise -achievements. From its inception I^pkie College appears to have been a succesqp&nd Professor Piidney, tho first principal, has just accomplished the task entrusted to him of founding a ...

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The Cossack Mission to Abyssinia. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Tho Cossack mission to Abyssinia. The Standard correspondent at Suakim tele graphs that the Italian ship Carudis arrived them from the south, and brings a fuller report of tho movements of thu Russian mission, which passed Suakim recently on board the Austrian Lloyd's steamer Amphi trito on their way to Abyssinia. It appears that as soon as the Amphitrite loft Suakim all disguise was thrown off, monks andj labourers appearing in full uniform. M. AtchinofFga re orders to the master of the Amphitrito to ure on the Barbarago, an Italian despatch boat, which was following them if it came too close. M. Atchinoff declared that he was acting in accordance with the orders of his Government. On passing Obock the Amphitrite exchanged signals with the shore, and then proceeded to Tadjurah, where lately, with 60 tons of material and four guns, tho French guuboat Wotcore was present at the landing, and the expedition was received by tho Sultan of Tadjurah, who is under French protection. M. Atch...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Political. Early on Friday evening the Legislative Council passed the Supply Bill, and the new Ministry were sworn in. In the Assembly a discussion arose upon the slatus of the Committee of Elections and Qualifications, but the Speaker informed the House that as none of its members had licun uiiji^ivu w wiiiiiu uuut; sitting days [loin the date of their appointmnut, tliKirpositions . ? . had been -confirmed by consent of the%fouse. Only two of its seven members have been sworn in, so no evidence can bo taken until after the recess necessary for the elections. The date of polling is fixed as follows :— St. Leonards, East Sydney, East Maitland, Glebe, West Sydney, and Canterbury, March 20 ; Patrick's Plains and East Macquarie, March 22. The whole of the nominations are to take place on the 18th inst. ? The House has adjouniod until April 2. The Premier announced Jiis political pro gramme on Monday night at St. Leonards. He proposes to have a short session, and a short recess. During t...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

.^x.mmmttKSa:- ' Jhb usukHoi-tpigli^^^eiing it the Fort in^oqunn^fnioipal^^SJcjT was held in tto5ghaxnb^rtjpp|P4es|hjylif|i, /jjarch 12th, %hpn *lier^veM;priMenf E^Thi Mayor (in the «nairt,\*ftp;^der^en^Jaayward, Hibbard The minutes of the previous regular meet ing were read j also those of a special meet ing beld on Saturday, March 2. Alderman Hay ward , moved that they be confirmed, which was seconded by Alderman Oavanagh, arid' carried. ?-. OOBRBS-OKDEN0E. A communication was read from a Mr. Christie, of Sydney, submitting a new method of keeping municipal accounts, and offering his services for a. stated su in. ? From Mr. Kemp, again asking that some thing might be done to Bridge-street, in order that he' could get to his residence. He stated that at present be w dependent upon tho generosity of private individuals to gain access to his place, and that if he chose to drive down tho public street and break his huggy or do other damage, the Council would undoubtedly be liable. A c...

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Arabi Pasha. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Arabi Pasha. Arabi Pasha is gloomy aud depressed in his house near Colombo, where lm is attended in his exile by a diminutive Siugalese servant. A correspondent recently ' interviewed' tho Pasha. ' If I were not so poor,' said Arabi, 'aud if I had good friends, like Zebelir Pasha hud, to plead my cause, I am sure the English Government would let me pass the rest of my days in Egypt. I have been uiisresented, have uo friends, and those I trusted in have forsaken me. The climate here is too damp. It is killing me. I suffer tortures from rheumatism. It is death for an Egyptian to live here, for the climate, the life, the surroundings arc my great enemies.' Arabi is far from being contented with his lot, and he makes no pretence that he is. He seems to believe that ho is a deceived and ill used man, and likgly to be forgotten and left to die in poverty and exile. His house is meanly furnished, and, adds his interviewer, there are evidences of a struggle to make both ends meet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

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The Blackman's Point Punt Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

The BUwkm&n'e 3toi&t Iftut Caflee. 'fit John v, Bllwitt (Lessee) ami fiancock, We iiave lecened ttrafollpvefngAoinroents on the above oases 'from Mrl 8 J?. Kemp, solicitor for the plaintiff. — t ;ft»^ t The first ease brought by Mr, 'fit Jobn^norged Blowitt that he did, on or about the £6tb Vanuary last, hy his seggpt, Percy Hancock, after a tender of tlifc legal toil due, unnecessarily detain com plainantiin the ferry' punt at Bhaokmau'e Point. The Bench were of opinion that the iuformatlon should have been laid agaiust Hancock, as be was the pcreou who was physically present, and who actually delayed tlie trausit. The Bench, in pursuance of their view of 'the case, suggested a withdrawal, and, against my own .-legal cotf victious of the correctness of the charge, I with drew it. Tlie case against Hancock was, as jnight have been expected, a failure, as bis defence— SUnplo enough— was merely to show that ht ibted under order*. I do not say this is a defence in all o...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Cricket. A single innings match was played on the local ground on Saturday last between tho first elevens of the United and Rawdon Island Cricket Clubs, jnd resulted in an easy victory for the visitors. The principal feature of the game was the brilliant bat ting of T. Warlters, whopluyeda not out innings of 97 for the Islanders ; W. Eeed also played a tine free innings for his 21. For tbe local team, Slade, with 13, was the only one who got into double figures. The following are the scores:— Rawdon Island. W. Reed, o Lane, b Kemp ... ... 21 T. Warlters, not out ? 97 A H. Warlters, b Kemp ? 7 W T. Fowler, b Rowsell ? 1 G. Reed, b Rowsell ? 0 A. Smith,- hj. Lockton .. 9 R. C. Cutler, b Walker ? 2 H. Reed, b Harris ? 0 G. Ruthven, c Davis, b Walker ... 3 G. Fowler, c Rowsell, b Gumack ... 0 Sundries ? 13 Total ? 153 United. N. Davis, o Ruthven, b Smith ? 5 Ash. Pouutuey, c T. Fowler, b Smith... 5 R. K. Harris, b H. Warlters ? 0 S. Kemp, b H. Warlters 5 E. Rowsell, c W. Rosd, b H. Warl...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Latest Special Telegrams. &QNDQX 'S , /& March *3 The case for the Times will close to-day. *T-hn Hibernian Bank has received £800,000 on account of the Irish National League, and it is proved that Parnell dimeter] tiiH^nnvnients £280,000 will*e found sufficient for the Australian Auxiliary Fleet tbiB year. The remaining portion of the vote will be spread over the foj|pwiug three years. _ The Due d'Autnalehas been welcomed *«n Paris. He tendered liis thanks to President Oarnot. Dr. Kuappe, German Consul at Samoa, has not yet been re-called. - - The captive German missionaries held as hostages by the Arabs of Zanzibar have been ransomed. Chief Rushiri, who occupied Bagamoyo, is retreating. The American baseball teams played their first match on the Konnington Oval in the presence of the Prince «of Wales aiid a number of the elite of London society! j The Chicago team won by 7 points jfo 4.f| * The French bave withdrawn all troops from the New Hebrides. Tlie French Gov...

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