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

FOR- 'tiie com-eriicnco of couiiti?' ciiouts, Mr. Kemp ' visits WincWope every Thursday,' '?- ? »-.. .????????!?-??*? koET6'lf«TREET, : '' : 1 Pdrt Wacqiiarie. ^.,,;;)r 3PRDI!BiETOIl fTniIEn1)ovo Hostelry is replete with every Jl. modern convonience. Tho Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOTTS SAMPLE ROOMS! KF. COMFORTABLE ', COMMERCIAL ROOM ^ '? THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, ic.-, awj . . ? Oqjjy 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 witli Tatc Bros. Agency and Trading Company, ?Liinitod, has now commenced business under (hi: name and style of JOHN TATE &? Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 2C0a Subsex Etiwt, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or General Produce entrusted to tlieir eye will receiv...

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

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Church or England.— Boechwood 10-30, Kmiis 2-30, Porb llaequarie 7' 15, Rev. R. Wilson. Upper Hnstimjs — Thursday, March 28— At Mr. Williams', Thone Creek, at 11 a.m.; Saturday, March 30 -At Mr. R. Lyons', Ellenborough River, at 3-30 p.m. ; Sunday, March 31— At Mr. M. Kirkmaii's, l£llenhoruu|rh River, at 10 '30 a.m., Yiirras Church, at 3 p.m., Rev. R. Wilson. Wk3I.eyas.-Ro11uiii1b Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 230, Blackmail's Point 5, Port Macquario 7'30, Rev. S. H. Macdade; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. R. Woodlands; Eunis 11, Mr. J. Secombe. Also on March 31— Port Macquarie 11, Mr. O. Garrett ; Kmiis II, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquario 7'15, Mr. J. Secombe; Blacknmu's Point 7, Mr. R. Masters. Pyksbytkriak.— Huntingdon 1030, Wsuchopo 2-3), I'ort Macquarie 7-15, Rev. R. Davidson. Also on Mai eh 31— 1'ort Macquarie 11, Wauchopc 3, Rev. It. Davidson. She £o rt ^UrrpinrU Vims. ? * ? ? SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889.

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 — 23 March 1889

COMMERCIAL INTOLLIGKNV1S. Syrtucy markets. ? * [By Electric Teleukahi.] Thursday. Mr. F. L. Barker reports— Hides— tho shipping demand is a little Btrongur, causing a slight advance on medium and heavy weights ; lights are easy ; prime extra hoavios brine as high as 4Jd tor exceptionally stout parcels, ordinary medium weight* aro at 2|d to 2J.I, lights 2§d to 2|d, special lots about 4d, dry 2Jd to 2fd, damaged Id to2-l. Marsupial ekiua— all the different sorts are taken freely by the various sections of the trade, the following lieiug prices current, viz., gray kangaroo, large 60d to lOOd, medium 30d to 56d, «mall 4d to 24(1, red kangarroo and wallaroo from 4d to 40d, wallaby 3d to 14d, rock wallaby 6d, bear 4d to 7£d, opossum from 4d for ruinped to 13d for superior. Maize— prime sound is worth from 3s lOd to 4s, weevily proportionately. Mr. W. C. Itohiuson quotes— Dry maize, 3s lOd ; pigs, Ed ; eggs, 2d ; fowls, 4d. Friday. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides firmly maintained the advauc...

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

A T^ast to th6 Queen. Fiie following is a verbatim report of a speech iu giving the toast of ' The Queen.' it a recent agricultural show dinner in Scot land. The chairman said : ' Noo, gentlemen, will ye a' 611 your glasses, for I'm *boot to bring forward ' The Queen.' (Applause.) Our Queen, gentlemen, is really a wonderfu' woman, if I may say it ; she's ane. o' the guid auld sort, na whiginaleeries or laidcrals aboot her, but a douce dacent body. She's respect able beyond a doot. She has brocht up her grand family o' weelfaured lads and lassies — her ouldest son being a credit to;pny mither — and thfi're a weel married. -_, Ae ' daughter is nae less than married to the Duke o' Argyll's son and heir. (Cheers.) Gentlemen, ye'll maybe no believe it, but I ance saw the Queen* (Sensation.) I did. It was when I took my auld browu coo tac the Perth show. ^X' remember her weel — such color, such hair!' Interruption aud cries of ' Is it the coo or the Queen ye are proposing V ' The Queen, g...

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

iffliiP|i)iQ¥lfliiD j , Boots !Bo^i ©ofets. ; . ,„, , ClLIttSTMASm: COMING, * p.ramirs Cliristmas Supply *BOOTS & SHOES » ARW\TED PER S.8. WELLINGTON. Tlic Quality Is Good, the Assortment Kctt«r, nnd for . Cheapness and Kcatncss we defy qpfrctition. A LL these lines have Itecn purposed Jm. from the Official Assignor) for the info! von t cstato of Messrs., G. Brown & Co., ^of Oxford ?streeMB.t a fifty per cent, discount, ? . *oud are now lining sold At Sydney prices, Freight and Commission added. This is no ^ boast, but a reality, winch alwj^s comes £* £. after a fatality. qm ', - ?? , Heads of Families ancl others should at ^once take advantag#of, this opportunity, nnd purchase at HOTKEY'S all Boots and .Shoes required for Christinas. P. HUTLEY, * PRACTICAL BOOT MAKEB,*' Horion-strcot, Port Maequarift J. #MADD()X, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, HORTON-STIinUT, Port Macquarie, BF.GS to announce to the inhabitants of yPort Macquarie and the gemiral public that TlO ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

For Ever True. CllAPTEB XXIV. Donck Darulcy heaved a short 6igh of rclii'f as ho was bowled in a hansom swiftly through thu crowded London streets. Here in thu v-sry heart of realism, and prosaic, cvery-day lift-, his vague fears about Nancy were considerably and suddenly decreased. ' ' I did right to come away. The country, and especially tlio country abput Ripstone, is fearfully dull undt depressing in this- wot weather. It makes a fellow imagine alt sorts of horrors. , If I had stayed there much longer I should have done something mad and foolish, which would have done her mom harm than good. ' Bui mis spoku the truth,' ho mused gloomily, as ho sat staring at tlio* familiar land minks ; 'she is his wife, and until we have strong, conclusive proof that lie treats her badly, wo must content ourselves as liest wo nmy.' ' Yet wi) are not so vnry wrong to doubt this brute. A man who could treat an animal as he treated that poor dog of his 1 back in the summer, is not likely lo lie con...

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

?y' ^'WmdaitiJQS'i ? ^-FaOM OUB COEEESPONDENT.) TnK*eatherat presont is all that can be desirea for our farming community. This season up to the present has beon a grand one, and the farmers Spe availing 'themselves of the beautiful fine weather, wbich is now prevailing to harvest their crops. As maize is bniigiugra fair. price just now .they are anxious to get some of their new crop into the market without delay, and several small shipments are to be sent from the river this week. It is expected that the maize crop will not reach nearly so high au average as was anticipated in the early part of the season. The town of Wauchopb is still showing signs of rapid progression in the building liue, and several. new -structures are in course of erection, whilst others are contemplated. If we keep advancing at the present rate we shall very soon want gravelled streets and footways. - Mr. T. Wallace purposes to erect tw-storey brick premises for tho Australian Joint Stock Bank on his allotme...

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Mr. McKinnon and Paddington. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

Mr. MoEinnon an& Faddington. TO THE KUITOK OF TUE POUT MAOQUAUIE NEWS. Sir,— The controversy, which has been going on since the election, between Mr. McKinnon, one of the defeated protectionist candidates, and Mr. A. V. Drew, of Sussex-street, has been a source of great interest to the electors of this constituency ; and Bliowed to what tactics a man will have recourse in order to train a seat in 1'arliainent. On the one hand it is affirmed hy Mr. Drew that Mr. McKinnon offered to contest the Paddington electorate in 1887, in the frcetradc interest, for the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. \V. J. Trickett. This is denied by Mr. McKinnou, who states that it is a concoction on the part of Mr. Drew, who is only acting as a cat's paw for someone else. Now, as most of your readers know Mr. Drew to be a truthful, honest, and honorable gentleman, occupying a high position in commercial circles, I do not thiuk they will for a moment doubt his word in preference to that o...

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When We Will Know. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

IKB^IHKiHi^ ? . ;QVr*$s that doth 410 lougor uiuvil «w,i 1 Their jUyiiKM!5ifl«oilioT»iu U ? Wintacir€l.¥witir.at w^is the Irall 5 ?-7''-:'-v::.-^'.''.1.--.--..'«;- jo, .- ? t;. -? ??? :i . U'lieu wo will gra*p the sTinaet's gold :: And stoepoiilUeartirin its clan glow, The True, the Good, wo naif behold :. ? - V Withiperfeot Jtnowlodgo we shall know: ' ?*'. . iticJJwsvitlbitliorwliicli-ftcyeairt ? Wf With wiitful watchings from below, : We shall ottain as wo dl««oiii ~*K: } - .-'?? ? i Tho fields ulrerc Edeu'e flower's grow ; ;?.- When ive will know that for ub beat , '* 1 ' The iicart «i« ebtiM not xoinprubeud, V'lmn soul eoiuaiiiou soul ahull meet ; - ' Wliert iMiught niay-tlieui neuudcr vend ; Wlicii life's loug loneliness lintli putmod, Its fruitless longings bate au cud, : As eye to eye we eee at last, Nor doubt can cbint 'twist friend and frirnd ; Then perfect ioWwill cnBt out fiair From souls lo tlicir full stature growu ; In noblo tliouoiit-anii word sincere 'i'he real eell ...

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

' ' : ' i»/lf-mTau, Pabllo toinow,^ylto\«ln*-itt*t -?'??? ? ;i^f**y'toJr3»*l-6liSiS»t3BiiiBftiTOBntJ'Biiil«U^* . i '-. itoYW««Wietot-ieOolinlM.iOobaiTMiraraed. ?:_-.-?- ;.. , 4;.-if| \KOTigms* eoupiiJTBtfr ^AiWfiSS^' *' -' -;;- * ' ; ? ??? ? '-'*- ---?-?^: ?' .^^.^fflisag^g^jwyattotMfpetiflJfliiey.?'' ? . 'jiiiiiKiTioNaxBuiiiOiMa it-MaxiioTijti, ? ~' '^ ' if T Tiiynfliitr TnrrpntT^tffli.^Tffitt^*^ nn ^fl ftHrnnty. ? -? ?* ?- - J? V Appotatmtnt to his Exodlonoy-.Jlie CorcmoB . '?/lru'iA'OIEEEVO. Parents (tumid »wd far par 1. ?' »y--^loiilan. ;FonraMedl'ra,l)rDoj-doBd Stag, OODLurimd ttMfTH. i'lutc Claw, Timber, ana Gjdronlzed Iron Ittroljiuits, Drnlii I-Jpe lluui ? faoturerMBl Oeorge-Btreet, ? - TVfERVOTOKESS,lucnuM mid care liy u, eminent iS v^LD.flfow.lIeUioa »f twatBioBt free on ?PPlloatton. Bog lto.a.r.0.. Sydney. ? (3 ErctyUodernHeiuudf. Coumry Orders prompt ly enomital. ? . ? ?: ? 1ST KKItMNO inKOHtbK ill Sydney, at lloPiicraoiu'Jtuyal Eiclimigo Hotel, King and OwgB-streeU, opp...

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

Lanrieton. (FROM OCR CORRESPONDENT.) Someone has inquired if the Laurieton cor repondent to the Port ilacquarie News is defunct. Well, not quite, but when there is absolutely nothing to write about, how is it possible to write about nothing. Shall I tell you that the Oatnden Haven bar is very shallow, and that our whole fleet were bar bound for nearly a fortnight — well some of them at least were, and I regret to say that so far there are no signs of the bar gettiug deeper. At the last meeting of the Progress Com mittee our members were requested to, if possible, obtain a special grant of £500 to be expended on the Upper Cainden Haven road, and I am pleased to see that Messrs. Young and Roberts are moving in the matter. They were also asked to move the Harbours and Rivers Department about some rocks in the fairway near the bar,4Snd which are most dangerous to vessels. I understand that Captain Bennett, the master of the dredge, has been instructed to inspect and report on same. The ...

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

Bawdon Islaad. .; (FEOk O0R OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . . . BURVESTika.— On most ^I^Jie farms M this neighbourhood corn-pulling lias now commenced. * The weather is very favourable for the work, though -at times it is somewhat too bot So fajteie yield promises to be an average one, anol&e sample is good. . ' Roads. — We have recently faodtti visit from our enprgetic Road Superintendent, Mr. Baker, with a view to expending the current year's vote to the best advantage. If expended as wisely as last year's vote was, we shall soon be able to get about with toler able ease and comfort *EddoXtional. — Anyone visiting our public school will be struck with the neat and pleasing appearance of the buildings, as they have now undergone a thorough renovation, under the hands of the Messrs. Pead, assisted by Mr. E. Hilder. The -naiu ting appears to be most satisfactorily pentfrmed. A new kitchen is in course of erection, after which the fencing is to be attended to ; so we must congratulate t...

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 — 23 March 1889

Official Correspondence. Tun following official letter has bceu addressed to Messrs. Young aud Roberts, M.'sP. Departnjent of Public Worke, Office of Coimnissiouenbud Engineer for Eoada, Sydney, 13th March, 1889. pentlemcn, — In reply to your letter of the 7th iustaut rcauestiiuT thatA uum of £500 be urautcd fosbxpehditurc ou the Upper Camden llaveu Road, iiffive to inform you that should this rood bo the same as the road Cainden Haven to Logan's, tho sum of £200 has beeu noted for consideration when funds for the present y-&r shall have been made available — Yours, «BS., *, WILLIAM C. BENNBTT. They do things in style at a place within tho urisdictiou of a northern Bishop. One of his Lordships stayed there recently, and was treated with high ceremony. His grace was bite at break fast oue moruiug, and the lady of the place becoming uneasy, instructed her maid-of-all-works as follows :—' Go to bis grace's door, Bridget, and knock gently, and when the bishop answers say slowly ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Marou 16. Before F. b. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. F. D. Ross and A. E. Ellis, J's.P. John Foster v. William Upsall. — Claim £7, for work and labour done. Settled out of court Michael Murphy v. Richard Minard. — Claim £i 2s Id for work and labour done as ijjacksimtu. settled out ot court. Joseph Haydou v. Jeremiah Robinson, both of John's River. In this case plaintiff claimed £10 for breach of an agreement entered into in February, 4888. Mr. Kemp appeared for plaintiff, who called witnesses to prove that he purchased all the beech timber on defendant's land, the defoudant to fell the timber and cut truck tracks to enable the plaintiff to get to the logs and remove them, at the rate of 2s per hundred feet This the defendant denied, stating that he only undertook to cut tlie track and fall the timber, and that he was to receive more money for the logs. The court waSi cleared, and after some time the Bench decided to give a verdict for plaintiff for 40s, court cos...

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The Late Show. TO THE EDITOR OF THE POST MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 March 1889

The Late Show. * TO THE EDITOR OF THE POST MACQUARIK NKW8. Sir, — Will you allow me a little space tliut I may refer to one of the special prizes offered in connec tion with the late show by u. S. Lindsay, Esq., as published in your papeiB February 9tli, JB8B— for the best plan of yoking Tour horses iu a plough, two abreast. The device or plan was duly entered — No. 809— and placed ou the show ground, but for some uiiKuuwn reasuu it was laiab uuii uy buu juugcu. Perhaps the judges will kindly state the reason. I maintain that it was a perfect devioe or plan, and if the judges can prove that it was not a proper plan for yoking four horses, two abreast, to a -lough, Ifbn prepared to give them not only £1, but £50. Surely tbe judges were not too ignorant to understand the |)lau. If they were, they ought not to have been too high-minded to seek an explanation,— Yours, &c, GEORGK GARBK1T.

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

: :- * Oamdea SavW ^ (FROM O0B CORRESPONDENT.) Things in general were yg ry lively at the Tolice Court, Oaraden Haven, on Saturday, 16th inst, when two foreigners (Assyrians) named Halam Kurrie and Niguie Kurrie, were charged with selling obscene rings to Margaret Lanolin, school children, and oyjers at Liaurietou, on tne zuth February kute They pleaded guilty amidst a good flow%f tears, and said they did not know it was any harm to seiche rings. The Bench decided to hear the evRence, which appeared t ) put a different, complexion . on the matter, as it wasfshown that the defendants not only knew thfy were obscene rings, but that they delighted in shewing them to some of the boys and girls attending the public school at Laurieton; and, as a result, obtained for them the children's pocket money. Mr. G. B. Morris, the teacher at Laurieton, objected to the morals of bin school children being corrupted by such scoundrels, and immedi ately he heard of it he communicated with the police —...

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

THANKS. « I BEG to tender my sincere thaiikB to Mr. James Condon for rflKuing my son Richard from diowuiui: on Tuesday last, 19lh instant. CATHERINE McKELL.

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

CO NC ERT| CHURCH 6~F~'eNGLAND- A GRANlTcONCERT WILL BE UELD IN PORT MACQUARIE THURSDAY.IIth APRIL. The proceeds will be devoted, primarily, towards making some necessary repairs iu the oM Church, ROGER W. WILSON. 50 Store Pigs. GEO. GAMACK WILL SUBMIT TO PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Carririgton Inn, Wauchope, OS Wednesday Next, 27th March, AT 2 O'CLOCK, ABOUT *0 STORE PIGS. Terms Cash.

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

Sto^ois and F^nitoe, TTAS temmi instructions frbtri'ME. P. COHEN XX ' to7«H by publio auction, « gfe .;';^;TapBTON-STBJjEr,: _ ' Saturday, March 30, AT II O'CLOCK, The whole of lit s Stock of GENERAL STORE GOODS, m CON8I8TISO OP : ^^ MKN'S CLOTHING HATS DltlOSS STOFF. OP ALL KINDS PEINT8 FANCY GOODS, fta. i Aod other lidea necessary for a General Store. AUM- HOUSEHOLD FajtNITUUE A CftOCKBRYWARB * KrrcmcN uruNsiLS, tc. TheaaeMonur luii niuch pleasure in directing attention tWBpibove sale, ns the articles are of the best qualiQ-, and HiUBt l»o sold. Terms Cash. ^ Tenders AEEinWtedforCLKAUING and STaWl'DfG about four acres of laud, adjoining Nr. I'. Wf- Club Uotel, ♦ *- Port Mucqnurie. ? O.H.M.S. TnENDEHS will be reofiivod by the under _|_ signed, up till nooiiyjOii MGNJ-AY, 3th April, for the following contracts : — 6b. — Road Port Macquarie to Wiilciia. 7b. — Road Port Macquariu to Walchai 8s. — Road Port Macquarie to Walcha. 9s. — Koad .Neville's Gate to Ballciyjarry. 10s. — Road Po...

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

For Sale. \ HMoonHNGY, 'Our Girls.' ForDriceaud J\ particulars apply to ? {&* 1-KiLL, 'Blue's 1'oint, jKorth Sliort, Sydney. « ? *» t

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