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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

??M «; *%HJ%ilp ! fOLDif I % tf f ? r & /~L » ? . # ~ '^EWran1^ s.s. wteLUNOTQp^pB ^ The vtiiqmy tipjjood, tli« Assortment ? (B$Ucr, and fur Vbcapncsg ' ajdr m lY-«lnes£wc defjt CoinitctiJidqi*.X ? * ?# %*—£-** *&*% §A IB these ||ies have 1-een JMBaseiJ A^JL from the Official Assignee for tlie ft** '^Insolvent estate of Messrs. G. Brown i&fki., ??''-» * of Oxford-strait, at a fif tjper diii. diswunt^ * and are now bring sold at S/flney wices, - Fr«ifWand OommissionfcddML.^HIeTL^no boast, liut a reality, wlr3tftaqP.ys eomff aflp a fatality. ? ^** llmds of Families and odkreishould at onje take Vdvanta-;e of tins opportunity, #anc] purchase at H Uj^SY'flhll Boots and' Shots r-i-iuiivd for PSHWhias. . . v\ .,, M- rjUTLEY, #«* gf * ^ PRACTICAL M-OT MAKBR, iy * ? * ? ' Horton-strertJBbrt MacAric ' S — s£* ? £ ? »^ ? '» m' ? ? Fraif Tre% apd Flowerinf and ? Ojnaml^l I^ntsf ? J|'\RDERSare«uHJbeing bpokeA)?. the tn^r K ^_/ #»^-^i for ji v^ft fii^ldtof Fruit flTroes a...

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 — 13 April 1889

Landed;^d»OthefTrftety In the Istate of the late Irrir Warltei'i, of ♦ Jgpds Plains. ? ** JJMEB BUTTER * # h3^^ been instructed by Mr. W. W$\. (JLjL ^ers, J.P., administrator of the abpve Estate,' to^sell by public auction on ? Tuesday; 23rd April, ON THE PE.FMigES. SJTDATB AT. 'EolUnds Plains, *' AT 1 1 O^CLOCK, ALL ?#IAT PORTION OF LAND, containing 18 acres, situate at ROL ??' LAlfflS PLAINS, and being a portion , of*hfft land now occupied by Mr. Wni. Warlters. Tlielandis alluvial and of good quality, wholly clgakd, partly ^fenced, and has been under cultivation, ^t^utjjiow used as a grazing paddo^p % BgweensO & ftleai oL UfixflpBattlBj ? .. (CONSISTING fl . ' Mi SNKIlAng Cowsi W t# ' 1 Young ^lloffs § l S^fe-s andjieifcrs. * ^ ? Tli(vqua*ty of theWajlters' catdc- Js too well Imown to need further comment. ft ,i D'rajJgtit and 1 Saddle Mate, broken to ^ harness # ♦ ? ? Bu^y and Harness * * * , Sppbg gart and^tarneas. as good ag*njj.-. * Tlie wJiole oWhe ? HSilsehoJxi Furni...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Land Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

Itosfi. Selections, ?« blowing £fiationfliave taken pfflbe at tke Pert ffacpuarie Sand* Office ;» » March ' 9R # « CliaJles' pximbesjf 100 acres, a.c.p., parish of Jasper. Jk ^ r flt AfRih 11. m Kenneth Mraheson, 50 acres, a.c.p., patfeh pi QnrangittB. ' . TTohn Jackson, 40 acreB.'a.e.pAjtriah of Alttt» I L. L; Boahell, 312jmes, c.l.,^ari6U of PflKP Eton. W nUk ' lit 'TfT Last we^ a respectaBp Jjfeeso™ fSung , man entered the ^eHelleiy shop of^KVilson. Gertrude stSfeet, Fitziosi(Vic.), and askecfto be tshovf) some rtiamond rinqs. .He selected tlio most valunblej placed three 'on hV finger jMud went to the dooiH priug he desised to Bhoy^mam to a Ufed, hut hurried off without leaving a flrace belil^Bt Sooni nf^yjto 'clock lietenteSfed^tlie jou'ellory Bliop of W^^n an6%ves^BourK-street, East Melbourne, aim askeS to hewhotvu some valuable diamoud ringajn tnl window. He Objected totffe .price as -eiirPtoo high, aud said lift wanted soi^hhig good, but uot too expensive, as be fiiteuded' t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

?Sydatf Notes. (By a1 Bohemian'.) Parliament re-asscmbled on Tuesday last. Tbo Premier did not make a declaration until tlic following day, and then only under protost. Tho programme as tisual was a sories of promisee, nnd as sucli was received by lioth sides of the Hou6o, the Ministerialists l-i-.iiiR as much Riterostcd in what was boing unfolded us the other side. For it* became verv evident that the whole tliinn- ntrmnntprl from Sir Henry himself. And fbe Tear, is gaining ground that he is at this old manoeuvres again — forming policies without n-fcirence to Ins colleagues or party. If so, the lifn of tliH present Ministry will not long survive, as the new team are men of more decided independence than liis last The resolution passed on Tuesday evening, for the withdrawal of the butter and cheese dirties, puts tin: Ministry in an awkward fix. They can scarcely decline to give cflcct to the resolution, and tho fact is already disturbing tho southern districts, which have been bniU...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Financial Statement. SYDNEY Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

.» The Finwei^lhBtem&fR? 1^ ^fSy %:LKGnAPH.) , . ' *v-.--m?s*«fc.TiwyM| Mb. MoMU.tJ%noltogna his ShanoidfetatCT! .ment JastnighmnnSilt was well r^feivefi, | %ypn b|f the Oppos^pjn. It consisted mainly of accouuts^*^ jfc: '* '' *Tue tajg'is not to be tgu&edft present, but nextiftsjon the Tnfau^r ?will sulmiit proposals for its simpliBonon, so as to make it as near an ideal freetrado Unfits. nossilie. At eoran future time ho- will presenTa scheme pi direct taxation$iut no duties wrPbe fBtnayd until hothk HoufK, assent Jo tjjk nRW^axation nKjpnsols. Tjie.. whole flclieme wijl cofiig mto operation at^tho bpginning^R next yargP*1 A % ** ♦ He jftranging( th.p dff cit accmAt for the py t tlm^R years the Treiusurer iBfed tjiak the total ti.iiioiiiit.iinw stood at £i2^YO8,236^S there ?npnnlil Vlso jfc^i deficiency on the consr-l£ajjjp ri'venuf^ponut, at the %nd of 18^J atuoun|iiip to 915,900 additional for stamps; and u'i&j|isi the, total .ampunt would bt %ef,96.1*64i...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

Crorarnxsnit Eeturns. Mj. Hales, Clerk of Petty Sessions, has supplied us with the following returns, show ing^he amount of businessitransacted at tho Port Mecqunric Lands Oflice during the first qunrter of the present year. Wo feel suro our readers will be interested in tho matter, and that many of them will be sur prised at the amount of business transacted. £ n. ii. _ *Fees ? 30 12 4 ||- Fines ? )9 13-0 I P Licenses ? 20 7 6 Rabhit'Act ? 3 12 4J % Laud sold at auction ? G2 15 3 Deposits on land ? 196 13 0 Interest on land ? 18.1 S 2 Instalment* on laud ? 7.r.9 3 1 Deed fees on land ? 0 0 0 Land leases ... ? ? 30 5 11 « Timlwr licenses' ? 71 15 0 Miscellaneous, hud ? 19 0 0 Registration on land transfers 2 17 0 District Court fees ? 3 10 * Total ? JLU03 i 7* ?* f ? * A

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

Latest Special Welegrams. 'r^ ?*?' -ibriHO. i The Australian Affljoulflfrl C^nnany has instructed tfelr Ncy.Sirth Wales ffREnagar to prospect for other JB&eralB besides cftd ip, tho Newcastle %t«et. * '™ «, **'''♦ Sir George ^Snnes Jis senousjy ill in. London, but hopes t$ Vesuflie(hisr judiciw duties next year. *$ , -* * gr Prince Bismarck haB^BUggfsted to tfil authorities at wa«innsuta ^uat neither Power should roinforij it|H)hipB or troops ax Samoa, pending afRinference. Ohon King Min has bdb fcppointod Chinese Ambassador in Lb^WTand Parifefc A motion moved' ia^tlip House of Sam mons, to provide HomcRulo and'ta sepmate parliament forgSeodand,* was lost by 121 VOteS. ^ ? j| King Charles of^toumfma decline! to accept the new RussbphoHfcSMijiistry. Warrants have been issHd by the French' Government for the arrest of Cbunts Dtyon and Rochefortj . '?'??* § ;-pr ,„* . ^.pril 11. Sir 5Chat. ]}jlke hasbeen ttsVld to c'Sn^st an election for Battei^sa, but declines, as his time is ...

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 — 13 April 1889

Local and General News. , . Grain Sibibits.— We are requested to Btat§thata number of oxhiftits composing the*late grain trophy at the Pott BMtcquarie show can be obtained from Mr. JftV T. Mulligan, vice-president. Those^persons who intend claiming the same will oblige by doing so without delay. Administration.— Letters of aduiinistra tio»of the estate of-?Tizzie WilliamwTilson, late of Port Macquarie, Forest Rangr, ^re, on the 5th iust., granted by the Supreme Court to the widow of the said deceased. The estate was sworn at £730. , , . ' Seed Wheat. — We are requestedJmMr. Hales, P.M., to state that any farj^ in thiljdistriot requiring seed wheat from the Government can make application fqAthe same through the following magistrates — Mr. W. Warlters, Eollandsjf lains ; Mr. H. J. Perrctt, Wauchope ; and Mr. Jatnes Summerville, Huntingdon. Municipal. — Mr. H. Creer gave notice in the Assembly of the following motion, which was to be moved by him on Tuesday last : — That this House wi...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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How Mines are Salted. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

How Mintf Are Saltea. Ay instauce of how uiinea are systomatically salted has just coine.uurlcr the notice of the fJoveininent of South ftuetralia.' Some ehort tin^ Bince the Gnjp Northern Gold-mining syndicate requested the Govqrumeut to allow their mining inspector to visit the property and report on it. 'Accompanying tbe application were two specimens, in* which sold was _ easily aisccriimie. inspector Kosewarne at once examined the specimens with a powerful glass, aud detected that where the gold was to be seen the quarts preseuted a-ilazel appearance, as if glue had been applie 1. He then took the stones .towthe Oovernuieut ossayer and pointed out the Peculiarity. !Mie Government assayer confirmed ^he opinion, aud applied p needle, which penetrated euTficiciitryjuto the glutinoiiB substance to stand upright, anfl when withdrawn left a. very percept ible punoture. One of the specimens being placed iu boiliog water, tbe gold fell off immediately. This gold is alluvial in characte...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Effects of Food on a Gow. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

.JIBBPBHEBBBS; notlo^ihp.antanMi^bpp'loWe' Jail of th6;lesf,«/,but|femV*^rim^^ay*jipw.been maaejapontlieinflacpoe ^Sof ^g^rtiridMjffood, ?wnicn.wna to suowiwaif armors nnguttlo much to improve their iutter^.fletiiigihejf^w '. Thus cnailafieandhay^roducetuiSW.biitterf^uile crass anil clOVer produce the softest. _j t-ft'^awdi%a- Uhes^he yield, and parley stra% taints the burner wjth a jHltter taste. ' Jitatgpi igvd a ^ Sard, insipid prmluctVbut^turuipa properly mixed ^ith .other food gives rich, milk nbd^iell-flavoui'cd butter. Cabbages and ilieir allies inuit be limited in nuan tity»r a Wttefrtaste will be prtHuced. Similarly .with corn food, wheat and barley give medium con- ' Biatency. pea aud vetdijneal8lnak6 the butter hard, in complet* contrast to °the soft produot resulting from tlj^iise- of oats,, OU cak-jegeDerally oijglit to be given ^l^demtely, as an excess spoils the flavour of the butfer* II these experimeuts are reliable, they certainly indicate' that therfc need be no v...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

tfunioipal Oouaoil. The usual fortnightly meeting oL this body was held in the chambers on Tuesday, April 9, wheu therefore present— The Mayor (in the chair), and Aldermen Hayward, Gaul, and Oavauagh. ~ ? 5 minutes. The minutes of the previous regular meet ing, and also those of a speoial meeting held on Thursday, March 28, were read. Alder man Hayward moved, and Alderman Oavaiagh seconded, that they be adopted. Carried. COBBKBPONDENCE. A communication was received from the Department of Lands, notifying the Council that they had been appointed trustees of the piece of land in Clarence-street, next the School of Arts, dedicated as a Bite for a town hall. Another from Mr. A. T. F. Best, solicitor, on behalf of Mr. O. W. Hayward, drawing attention to the bod condition of William strent iu front of his client's residence, and requesting that something should be dene without delay, in order to enable him to effect an entrance to his premises. D. Anderson, the contractor for the kerb ing...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Windfall for. Savages. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

«£. Windfall for. Savages. A VEIUTAELE windfall hasjnst come into the hands of the natives of the Gilbert group of Islands— viz., a large ship with a full cargo, which came sailing into their port without anyone on board. The vessel was the British ship Rock Ten-ace^ aud the strange part about the matter is that the^hip was uliainionod by her crftwa\»out 12 months ago, and it lias ouly juet transpired that, instead ot founder ing soon, she drifted on and on until she reached the Gilbert IelarTds. The Rock Terrace, in Septem Ijer, lSSTfi'left Philadelphia for Hiogo, in Japan, having on board a cargo of oil and phosaliates, valued at 125,000dola. When near the Pliilippiue Islands, the crew abandoned their vessel, landing on an island close by, nil of them bejug saved. It Was said that the captain did alt he couhl to keep his vessel afloat, but it was understood that he had some trouble with his crew.' Nothing was further heanlof the vessel, nnd the underwriters, being quite 'satisfied...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

IP -....- , ? ..== SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARKCVALS. April 6.— e.s. Fernmonnt, 200 tons, Captain D. Anthou, from.Sydnby, with u cargo of coat. April 9.— s.8. Wellington, ISO tons, Captain R. Taplin, from Sydney. Two pnsscngers for Port Macquarie and 5 for the Bellinger. Cargo— 25 torn for Port MacquariK and 20 tons for the Bellinger. April 0. — May Jennings, from Sydney. April 9. — Emprise of India, from Sydney. April 9.— Victoria, from Sydney. ? Apm w. — Euiuy; irom ayauey. i April fl.— Louisa Messell, from Sydney. April 9.— Alice May, from Sydney. April 9. — Queen, from Sydnty. Apiil 9. — Budgarec, from Sydney. April 11.— Candidate, from Sydney. Af.ril 12.— Julius Vogel, from Sydney. DKPARTDRK8. April 8.— p.s. Avou, 125 tons, Captain J. Nichol son' for the Bellinger. April 6.— s.8. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain B. Taplin, for Sydney. Passengers — McsdameR Ryde ana Salmon ; Misses Doyle and New ling ; Messrs. J. Uibbard, J. Frances, f-itt, Denny, MaldMm, aud \V. S. C...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

S. P. KEMP, Solicitor, Donveya'iiGer, &c, Port Macquarie. ME. KEMP VISITS WAUCHOPE EVKR'i ' THCESUAY REGULARLY. * STAR HOTEL. HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNOUGH PROPRIETOR. * THE above Hostelry is replete with everj modem convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. |^= COMKOHTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -f3| THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., Aim Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out oi the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM * ' PETENT GROOM. . [CIHCOLAJL | To Fanners, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed oil connection with Tat(! Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, has now comniencprl business tindor the namo and style of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce' Com mission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex stivol, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or -3enora) Produce entrusted to tlieir care wil...

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 — 13 April 1889

KCMliUMS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CiirRon ok Exoi,ANn.— Bccchivood 10-30, Knnls 2-30, Port Macquarie 7'15. Rev. R. Wilson. Also on April 21— Hollands I'laius 1030, Telegraph Point 230, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Weslkyas.— Ennis II, Blackman's Point 3, Port Wacijuaric 7' 15, Rev. J. Parker ; Hlackman's Point 715, Mr. J. Malcolm ; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. G. Garrett; Kendall 11 and 3, Laurieton 7, Mr. J. White. Also on April 21— Beechwood 11, Rawdon Island 3, Pprt Macquarie 7'15, Rev. J. Parker; Pbrt Macquarie 11, Blackmail's Point 7*5, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Knnis 11, Mr. J. Secombe : Black man's 1'oint 3, Mr. J. lioltwood. PitKsnvTEKiAS.— Huntingdon 10-30, Wauchope' 2-30, Port Mauqtiarie 7-15, Rev. R. Davidson. Also on April 21 — Upper Caindcn Haven 10'30, Kendall 3, Laurieton 7, Rev. R. Davidson. SThc gort $ljtrquaric jBUwg. SATURb *Y, A$RIL 13,' 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 — 13 April 1889

COMMljKCIAL INTELLIGENCE. * Sydney Markets. * [By Klkctric Teleubai'hJ , T'hursday. Mr. \\ . C. Komnaon quotes — Dry maize, 39 2d, the bulk of late shipments very soft, offering from 2s 9«1 to 3s ; pigs, fid. Messrs. Harrison, Jones 4 Devlin quote — Milifc, Jinn at 3t 2d to 3s 3d ; hides, easier, 2|d to 3Jd ; tallow, KtioiiR demand, £19 to £20. Mr. John Bridge quotes—Hides, spirited enquiry for all weightH, heavies very scarce, commanded long prices, on Friday I offered and sold 1972, obtaining 3j|-l to 4d for extra heavies, and 3}d for In-avies, medium weight-, sold at 2Jd to 3d, lights 2gd to 3d, dry to :{}({ ; tallow, much dearer, prime £?'0 10s to £21 10s, I so^d 72 casks at exceptionally goof prices ; prime maize, 3s 3d, lower qualities 2s lOil to 3s ; pigs, moderate supplies, porkers 4Jd, large sizes 3Jd ; calves, 10s to 60s, according to

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bible Misprint. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

A Bible Misprint.* 'm-V.T.'«fRiTE8 to the Daily-. News :— 'It is popularly supposed, I believe, that the: 'Authorised Version of -the Bible, as we tave it to-day, is entirely free from printers' errors; end itCiayve interesting to a good many of your.readers to lear»i that \t con tains anything of the kind. The following passage, however, speaks ^or itself, guJ the raispriut contained in it will be readily noticed; *Woe to the idol shepherd that leayeth the flook ! The Buord shall be upon his arm, aud upon hjs right eye -his arm shall be clean dried xp, iiid his right eye shall be utterly,daVk'euBd.'^Zechariah, chap. xi.v.17^ , Curiously enough this error has 'been allowed^ remain iineorrecte d by the Universities IPiess forgjiearly fifty yean, end possibly for a much longer period; at any rate; it w^l4-e found iu|the -editions of the Bible forl839^ind )|83,l885 beingathe date of publication of the Revised Version!. It was of course ifc-yered by thl^evising Company, aud it^would ^to...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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McKinnon Versus Drew. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

; ^''i^o^intojinM^ldww;'- '^L TO THB%UriOB OF THB fOBT MA0QD4BIE 'NEWSr ; Sir,— Allow tub ajiinall spat»f idt your AeKtJp^^^V6 a ^ew conmients ion th^ your tolumns between MfiSfl. McKinuop an% Mrf A. V. Drew, over^nejallfted o%j».; by the former to stori9 in ^Ke freetraae interest for Paddmgton. Now, Mr. -lEditor, luuao ui us W1114. are ucov auquuiui-cni^MrAui. Mr. McKinnon know htfl to be a-ishfeMfd inah fit business, and if we felt at all inclined tobelievc»Mr.?prtivt's assertion, we woujd have also .(pi believe that tho former acted in tpuannsr excusable only in a inau of 75 or 80fyea1to1d- t 3|£ -g? i* Prio^to the time raibn'tioned by Mr. Drew — Januarys 1888— Mr. McKinnou,: tia3 issued a mairUesto*aecl|ring himself a convert to protection, and also that ,4i'o would^contesWHiis electorate Fheu oppor tunity offered. Ifow, is it at all likely he would so foqjisljly endanger hts chances H%re by^ming forward in the jifterests of »lree- trade for Paddington ; and woulS not the manife...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 April 1889

- t /For Ever Truer ^ i ;- ?-&Asmrova#vI; ?'??4: '- WliatffslIooH of ini!Mioiy*Hter^in^sweol came toiler as the stood in thU Httlp rotfin ' — the unconscious huppinesB that ^rttedftd the birth o|lo»'-5— the fow brit-ljjhouflr oJE ecstacy-JUie s1kms1§ that cut that ecstacy1 short— ttfe iiiBn&l'.agony that followed. Vow it allpante back tiT hpr { ' The gardens' and grounds that had lain batlinJ iirrbe summer sunshine now stretched cold* and-barri'.n in Aim winter's rime I before : lidr-^a Gt Emblem of lierjltvolatn hijart; jt ' ? »- Sinking down Ity JtKpsosy fire, Nancy gave !_ lurEL-lf up for tunoineiit (o the long train of ;- ' ' her reflections. Shu allowro! tut; skeleton to coiiih forth for Ihp Jirst time in the year that had elapsed — tor -the first, time sinel that cold, gioouiy-day, when, wandering through the cheerless LondonajJ.m;ts^she had 6Ut)idder inglyiraaliz^i that life,, was false, hollow, cruel T. jlaifflptVliiB^ own^nother Jggtruyed him, no one should ...

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