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A Good Word for the Lemon. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

A Good 'Word for the Lemon. Lli.MONAUE made from the juice of the lemon is, as has often been pointed out, one of the best and safest drinks for any person, whether in health or not. Simply squeeze a lemon in a pint of cold water, drink half every night, and half on awaking in the morning, aud after a short time you will feel a new man. It is suitable for all stomach diseases, excellent in sickness, in cases of jaundice, gravel, or liver complaint, inflam mation of the bowels, and fevers. It is a specific against worms aud skin complaints. Lemon juice is the best anti-scorbutic remedy known. Everyone should rub their gums with lemon juice to keep them clean. The bands and nails arc also kept clean, white, I soft, and supple by the daily use of lemon instead of bob p. It also prevents chilblains. Lemon is excellent in intermittent fevers, mixed with straiig, hot, black coffee without sugar. Neuralgia may be cured by rubbing the part affected with a cut lemon.'' It is valuable also to...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Important. GOLD ! Gpl'iLD ! Boots. Boots. Boots. CHRISTMAS IS COMING, I MI'S Christmas Supply OF BOOTS & SHOES ARRIVED PKRS.S. WELLINGTON. The Qunlity Is Good, the Assortment Better, and for Cheapness and Neatness we defy Competition. ALL tbese lines have been purchased from tho Official Assignee for the insolvent estate of Messrs. G. Brown & Oo., of Oxford-street, at a fifty per cent, discount, and are now being sold at -Sydney prices, Freight and Commission added. This is no boast, but a reality, which always comes after a fatality. 0 Heads of Families and others should at once take advantage of this opportunity, and purchase at HUTLUY'S all Hoots and Shoes required for Christmas. F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Jlorton-stfoet, Port Maequarie J. MADDOX, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, IlOllTON-STREET, Port Macquarie, BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Port Marqunrie and the; gunoral public thai ho has mow for sale a LARGE & CHOICE ASSORTMENT OK Toba...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

SYDNEY. Thursday. The Queen's Jubilee Fund now amounts to £16,000, which has been invested on fixed deposit at 5 and 5| per cent. The fund is entirely for the relief of distressed women in New South Wales, aud is to be controlled by a council of ladies consisting of twenty members. The South Australian Government have allowed forty returned Chiuese to re-uuter the Northern Territory without payment. Henry C. Collier, solicitor, committed suicide at his residence, Manly, by taking ' Hough ou Rats.' Sir William Stawell, late Chief Justice of Victoria, died ou Tuesday night at Naples, while on his way to England. Win. H. Davis surrendered himself to the police yesterday, and confessed to murdering a man named George at Stuart's Meadow, eighteen months ago. There are seventy-five cases of typhoid at Balrauald. Tlic evidence taken at the Central Cum berland impersonation case shows that 160 false votes were polled. Friday. A large coal seam has been discovered at Wallerawang. Mount Morga...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Attempted Suicide of Bates, the Cricketer. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Attempted Suicide of Bates, the Cricketer. THE cricketing fraternity in Australia will regret to hear that Bates, the famous York- shire cricketer, is in trouble, and has attemp- ted to take his life by cutting his throat. Bates, who resided at Little Carr, Dalton, a suburb of Huddersfield, was left by his wife on January 23 in the kitchen, whilst she went upstairs to attend to her household duties. On returning she was horrified to find her husband lying on the hearthrug in front of the fire with a terrible gash in his throat and a blood-stained razor by his side, with which he had evidently made a deliber- ate attempt on his life. Medical aid was soon obtained, and the wound dressed ; but the famous cricketer is in a very precarious condition, and the result of the rash act is reported to be very doubtful. Up to within a year ago Bates was one of the most popular figures on Yorkshire cricket fields. He had been in a low state of mind for some time past ; in fact, since he met with...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pulpit House Glasses. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

[?] L^ many otiierrdiiw^f^^ne times theaa useful regulatOrs^L^«leriuil eloquence haw ^pjpniBiift/l Jj£S*im rjuiTtiau 'Ife^i' -sud 'all ' that remains of- thern^^ the ekUbrately -wrought ironframesstill^Klw found in some old churches in which they were' once a pongpicuous object. Our jhodern preacher; » u trub, lias neea ot no sucn aias by wlnoli »c ren-ind ''uu of undue j-rplixity.; but wheh iqpgas bocomo epidemic iu his congregation, Iflud yawns contagious, lie has but to commit his chrouometer or his Waterbury, as the case may be, to know by Vow much he has exceeded their endurance. Not so was it with the divines of oiB. Iu the days when pulpit hour-glasses first came into use, watches were almost an unknown luxury ; and, fond as our ancestors were of having their 'fill of the preacher's eloquence, it was necessary that it should have sonm limit. And-soitcaine to pass that an hour-glass conspicuously placed so that all might see ar welljuhearj came to be recognised as a stanaRl th...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

Cricket. A ckickkt match was played at Wauchope on Saturday laft, between the second elevens of the Fort Macquarie United aud Wauchope Cricket Clubs, with the following result : — Waitciiopk— Itt iuuings. R. Selkirk, b Stewart ? 0 W. Cameron, run out ? 0 J. Warrell, b Stewart ? 4 J. Thurliug, c Harris, b Gillespie ... 11 R. Andrews, b Pashlcy ? 2 A. Suters, b Pashley ... ? 0 J. Wallace, thrown out ? 0 G. Suters, c Harris, b Stewart ? 2* W. Ward, stpd Harris, b Stewart ... 10 K. Ryan, b Gillespie ? 1 K. Laudrigan, not out ? 2 Sundries ... ? 6 Total .'. ? 38 2nd innings. Alfefc * J. Wallace, b Harris* ? w|P R. Selkirk, b Harris* ? 32 K. Laudrigan, b Stewart ? 0 \^LXatrmron, b Stewart. ..^^^ ? 0 VaWard, b Stewart .J*W. #.. 3 , . RrAndrews, b Gillespio ^T. m... 8 J. Thurling, not 6Ut ? '...39 A. Suters, b Harris ? 6 J. Warrall, b Condon ? *B G. Suters, b Craven ? 11 K. Ryan, b Stewart ? 0 Sundries «fo_ ? 6 Total*... ^ ? 120 United — 1st innings. G. Stewart, b Wallace ? %,. 1 J. Locktou,...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The So-called Freetrade Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

;--V:r .:: ' v;- *' - — ^—M—'M^!.J .'? - -?' ~- A odKTEif POBABV has been reviewing theio called freetrade tariff as revised by ^he I Parkes-Burns-oum^-Wise aVid Reid party,] anxious to discover -wherein partjcularlytlies j its chuni toffee $ freetrade tariff. Amongst I the freetrade inconsistencies which resolve tnetnselves into aptualjgrotectton may.' be mentioned a few,; 'Wer (imported) is. chanjod 6d per gallon^H^, against 3d per; gallon exefr! on the colonial made. ' 1'hjs is a piotectioiPof 12i |jbr cent, to the home niangfagtUrer. j^Biscuits are protected to the: exte^pt 16 per cent ; ^candles about 25 per ce^iJpjirpritijjpoBt ; Cheese, bacon, and haras,: from 15 to z5 pert1 cent. ; cornflour and maizenaf 20 per ^cent. j^puf ectiouery. 90 per cent ; dried fruits, 2Hnr oeutdtf ron goods Wh general use, such a^P* galvanised roofing,, tanking, and wire fencing, 'nreJiBubject to -f$ heavy protective duty,' with advantarge-' lo* Mr. Lysaght, thu Sydiu* manufacturer, and to the dti...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Nitrogen and Manures. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

[?] Onh of the ^bBt^ifficultippong^tH apply. .Jt^l^w^earjy hjJija century since jtlie illuBtriduBmrfa von iWbig jforniulatej uisthBoraitfi^tbe all-sufficiency ^of nilneral. eleme|i^yiPRie-oil /to 'sustain fertility *nd - thariinTOhaulted field only Wanted a supply, of 'tlfojdeiioieut miner^s^ iu £rder to restore its pr^uctiveuesB. * Messrs. Lawes bud Gilbert, during a. long series of experiments, iu4byji Leib^npsopluctions wore found to be«faufty, wnnn led to regard nitrogen as* the niaiii^Jeineiit of fertility, aud that if it be addeJrPartificully to the soil the highest yield of produce could lie obtained. To Luibig's tjicory we way ascribe the recogni tion of the importance of preparing the soil for the growth of a crop ; and to Messrs. Lawes and Gilbert's the advantageous use of guano, animoniacal salts, atjjpitra* of soda. Agricultural chemists have top long takeu it for granted that it was not*'p6'fcsilile for a plant to obtain nitrogen direct from the atmosphere, but that tli...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

SYDNEY. Thursday. One hundred and six Chinese left Sydney yesterday for Hong-Kong. An inquiry is lieiug instituted with the object of improving the existing system of supervising public schools. The Ofbiuet yesterday dealt with the Land Bill ; the granting of seed wheat to distressed fanners ; aud the opening up of public works. ^^ The plastcfer|piat the new cBQje palace liave gone o,ut on strike. There are twenty-nine banks of issue in the' Australian colonies. * In New South Wales, Victoria, New Zealand, and South Australia the imports last, year exceeded the exports by six and three-quarter millions sterling. Friday. At Murruinburrah two men were com mitted for trial for personation $t the Young election. A strong effort is being made to carry out the proposed national fair in aid of the hospitals of tJu) colony. A branch of the freetradojssociation has been opened at Casino. Harriet Corston was yesterday committed for trial-ou a charge of bigamy. A similar charge was commenced a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Blackman's Point Punt. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

The Blaokmaa's Point Punt. Now that Mr. Giddings lias escaped punish immt at tho hands of the Bunch, for his dis graceful conduct tt*u'urds Mr. H. St. John, tho public aro curious to know what action tho Government intend to takn in the matter. Our readers aro quite familiar with the proceedings, as reported in our last issue ; and most of them agree with us, that the ' toll-taker' had a lucky escape. Ho was fined for abusive languaqo ; but for imprison ing a traveller and his wife upon the punt for several hours, on a wet and disagreeable night, no punishment was awarded. The worst feature, however, of the case is the knowledge that Giddings, a disinterested party, should bo permitted by the lessee to abuse and delay travellers according to his whims, and that no redress can be obtained, blewitt, the lesseo of tho punt, has practic ally abandoned his charge, ond seems to euro very little whether the requirements of the public are attended to or not. Ho should unrfcntnml Unit hu is ...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

F^^^^SSS^m ..'?' ,V**r:^:^te^Wv^#S3«M«t 20,- j ►i K' lNio-Jijy^&ine»tiia8»ppoiiitod a committee, ? aid immigration.- -^s'^R^'' ' ' ' ' ~ ' -' '' , , Willtoia^JftpidisJl^hew United States : Minister atjPAris, r:- ' /lAt1iat*tr'n\irn»isi nro^lnrcrfllv ftlinnnrtinflr fctifl XIOO.OMQOO syndicate. v ..... , ^fctfalroe Leseuno is to be the Consul GeTfeftd in Melbourne for America. . lord Salisbury, says that only a, motion of want-of-cou6dence, and not were 4iye elections, would induce tho Governuieut to resign. . . # - The basis^of alfiliation of the Eoyal Colonial with the Imperial Institute lias been approved. * '' ' * ? Galvert,* a^ Halifax yarn-spinner, has received fifteen months' imprisonment for obtaining^JE^O.OOO worth of goods a^fow days prior to bankruptcy. The London house of Lajvrouce and Son, Adelaide, has utoppsd payment. By enlarging Lord Ashburne's Irish Hold ing Act,; and giving Ireland schemes of locaL self government, it is believed that the Home Eulnrs will be...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

A Suggestion. Now thatn suitable site has been dedientad (o their use, tlnv Council should make an eflort to erect a town hull. Of course we know (hut ii building of any ii'iignitudc could not hit constructed out of the revenue of thp municipality ; but we would nmke the fol lowing suggestion, which we think should uiuet with unanimous approval. .Some time ago the. Counpil wade appUcatiou to the Government to put the old iasyluni building in good repair, but «eeuiing|y -the authorities ; do not deem this a -wise course, as they have not signiBed in ^he slightest 'degree their intention of -complying with the request. This buildt\jg,|in^ta present state, is utterly useless ; and instead of being allowed to go to ducay, as it must inevitably do, it might be utilised with great advantage to the town, if the Government will only grant permission. Out of the material of which it is composed a sufficient quantity of bricks could be pro cured to put up a building which would be a credit to...

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Novel Agricultural Implement. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

Noval Agricultural Implement. Thk Canadian Court in the International Exhibition in Glasgow contained a model of what is termed ' Mr. ttouiaine's Steam Fanner,' designed by the inventory*) super sede the plough in all forms in working out the system of cultivation. It is not only able to plough rap.dly, but prepare a seed bi;d, aud sow the seed at one operation ; and when harvest comes it can be utilised to cut the grain and thresh it at the same time. The implement is .-eprcsmited as a powerful, self propelling locomotive machine and apparatus, 'supported and propelled by means of a series of broad surveying wheels. The machinery aiid apparatus -are suspended Jsigh enough above the grout, d to permit thorn to pass over the ground crops until they have attained a height of about 4ft., without injuring them, in order to cultivate, hoe, earth up, and repeatedly stir the soil between the drilled rows of graiu or root crops ; will cultivate or harvest a strip of land about 22£ft. wide a...

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Notes by a Bohemian. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

Notes toy a Bohemian. Exit Dibbs. Re-enter Farkes. Yes, Sir Henry is again at the helm of State j but it is more than problematical whether lie will be able to carry on business in such an evenly-balanced House, although supply has been granted as a concession and matter of urgent necessity. Ut the personnel of the Administration it may be said that Sir Henry has secured some good men, but the most brilliant man in the House refused to join him. Perhaps Mr. Reid is right His proper^ place is the Legislative Assembly ; only there are some, whose judgment goes a great way, who declare that Sir Henry Purkes would have added lustre to his record if be had advised the Governor to send for Mr. Reid as the representative of the free trade party. The Premier, however, has paid poor Virtue the compliment of leaving out the names of those implicated in the equivocal doings of last session. Mr. HornBby Burns is politically as dead as the 'State ex penditure upon his rural property. The ' Mount...

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Meteroric Stones. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

[?] ;pEfltetementewa^e^y:;L^-^eroaptus; m|ithersJ'!3^ia ing peBfllWf ^ifeteono' )ublumtion of ^hladtii's ipanipUleVfef Izaru^ * ?-. *afc..^. ? -*».n.'i«! --*- -.-?-»-? - -r— - ---JJgv fir, . ?-???«-. wqrKf' :«esJPtwMfTpuibj* du^iol.'Kaua Howard's paper tiubiialjLBd 3n the'f' Fhiioso} phiettl Transactions,^!|||llo a more intelligont ooiujWeratioij.-of the Bubjlct, attdtheevidonce was found to bo so strong ;iii faW of the' assertion that such stonjg had reached our planet, as hardly toadnut of question. There are'fio mau^ recorded instaucus that it would not be possible to do more tt'ere than me jtion thu chief of them. Ori thn 13th of November, 1799, uieteorio stohos fell in such profusion that the heavens seemed to lie raining tire. This phenomenon was witnessed from points of the earth widely- separated. The Moravian missionaries iu Greenland passed several hours in looking at the splen did ^pcstacle ; and Uumboldt described the appearance it presented to .him in South America. For...

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 — 23 March 1889

Looal and General News. Revision ov thb Electoral List. — A sitting of the Bench of Magistrates will be hfld at the Court House, Port Macquarie, on Tuesday, the 7tb May, for the purpose of. revising the Port Macquarie portion of the electoral list tor tue Hastings and Manning electorate. Notices of claims or objections must he lodged at the court-houBe with the Police Magistrate on or before the 14th day of April next. We would draw the attention of those eligible, to the desirability of seeing roll, that their names are inserted on the as there is every probability that auother appeal to the country will take place before very long. At the election which has just terminated we heard of several complaints by persons whose names did not appear on the roll, and they were consequently deprived of the privilege of the. franchise. Those who set any value on this privilege should attend and sne that their names are inserted, so that there will be no cause for complaint. Copies of the new ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Horrors of a Slave March. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

l^eSo^rsflfa^^^M^rch^ The BiaveBaiB^lw* ,been ^captured ^re taken «id'dayHvlth6u^onc«^eiug^ke^ff. f'he constant runinng jipou the -nect ; spates xne skin, aud gradui^|y-:jigly wounds bogin to Eester 'under the burning sunshine. v^Che men who appear the strongest, and* whoso escape is feared, have- their bauds tied, fflra sometimes their feet, iu such fashidh that walking becomes a torture to them, aud on their necks are plaood.the terrible goree or tatning«tick. The yoke is a young tree with forked ^mnchqB.;: It 18 generally, about ,5ft. or 6ft. iolfg, and from 3iu- to 4in. in diameter. One which I exanuueil ^a few days, ago was about iJolHPip. weigiil^tot^I Saw - told that, refractory slaves are often placed in yokes weighing 501b. or more. .^Through each prong of the fork a hole^U bored for the reception of an irou^pinij'wj^cli, after the neci of {lie slave has been placed in the fork, ( is made secure by a blacksmith. The oppo site end isiaslwd* to the corresponding end of anothe...

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Public Baths [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

^^^^Pjblipjafl|^^ ^?is_ Tor Port Macqaarie, eventuating in I ^Btical results. I beg therefore, through \1 ^Mmus, to suggest that the Borough Council m ??matter in hand without delay, and prol B^t must ocrtainly be an attraction to the tol HA a source of revenue to the nrnnrintnn Til Hi' ample time to niaturo plans, ecloot a ?? ?? have the baths in working order by M ?ring. I thiuk the ratepayers would sanction I ?Vowing uf a fow hundred pounds to carry! l^work, provHed the revenue of the CouuvH ?EpiiBicicnt to warrant the undertaking. Instal ?| be quoted where Borough Councils fl Htcd baths, and had them under control, ail ?|k this example might very reasonably \kM W by the local Council. There is great ? ?Jometliing of the kind to nmko tho town atfl ?S to outsiders. J shall be glad to hear that ? ^?Hj^tt^iajbeeHtakeu up by some ofH

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Manufacture of Cigars in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

Manufacture of Cigars in tlio TTaitsd States. tl%To count a million would take nearly a month,' says ' Every Boy's Book.' What shall we say to this when au expert in algorithm assures us that during the year 18S1 upwards of 3,457,000,000 cigars were manufactured in the United States, and that should these be tied together the total length, on au average of -tin. each, would amount to 218,264 milos — that is to say, form a chain nearly long enough to connect the earth with thi! moon? Over and above this there were made, iu the same year, in the United States more than 924,000,000 of cigarettes, on an average 3in. long, or a total length of 47,000 miles, the value of all these weeds : being estimated at 285,000,000 guilders. Those arc appalling facts for the anti-tobacco leagues. The total world production is estimated nt 1,000,000,000 kilos, and iu the world's trade 250,000,000 kilos are sold at a valuu of 138,000,000 guilders. Uiven that a kilo is equal to nearly 2 jib. avoirdupois,...

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 — 23 March 1889

? i If i;SM«^l^«l§fW^ -? *;?? '*:'-'? ' ' '.„*-.. .%-_??? t.vuxyiiVi.'-.-f;^'- ' :'?' ,;i.— ??' March 16.-Swie, worn Sydney. \ '-? March 17,— i.i. tferamouut, 200 tons, Captain, Authou,' from «yaney.- Passengers— fclesdames Holchman, tialHday, Best. Platt, mid Simmondfl ; ? Misses Heiclunau, Slmmonds, and Sims; Messrs. Pitt, O'Rourke, Lawson, Campbell, Suramerville, Kingsfovd, 8. Latham, Thorpe, Rev. J. Taylor, Muster Kemp, and 7 i» the steerage. Uargo— 40 tnnfi for Pni-t ftf&cuuarie. Marcir 19.^fl.8. Wellington, ISO tons, Captain Tnulin, from iSydney. Passengers— Mrs. Palm, Mus Ueattie, Mr. Cain, and, 2 for ttie Bellinger. Cargo— 3 tons for Port Macquarie and 2 tons for tho Bellinger RSver. , ? March 19.— Budgorob, from Sydney. March 22.— p.i.rAvon, 125 tons, Captain James Nicholson, from the Belliujicr Biver. March 22,-a.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain E. Tapliu, from Sydney. Passeugors— Mrs. Harris ; Messrs. Dawcs (2), and 2 for the Bellinger. Cargo —20 tons general merc...

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