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Ellenborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

, Elleafeorpugfc. (FBOM ODB CORRESPONDENT.) The late rains ha-'e clothed the ground with such a blanket of grass that We' have no need to fear a bad winter. The stock look well, and fat cattle arc plentiful now. Mr. Nevison passed through here with a 6ne ?nob of bullocks for the Maitland market. He expects to realize a high 6guro for them. The Cells diggJDgs are all the talk up here just now. Mr.' Jatnes Noukes, oilrlocal storekeeper and postmaj'teti has started ;» store hip there, and is likely to start'' butchering also. I wish him Tuck. rive men passed up Here on tneir way to tue (Jells. The farmers are getting iu their maize crops, whioh I am happy to say are pond this year. We were troubled with little or no blight. The cedar industry still keeps pretty briBk, No less tkau fifteen bullock teams have gone off this river within the last mouth, all having good loadB of' pedar-rUum ' 1500ft. to . 2200ft. per load. Although the timber is far hack in the mountains, teamsters say it s...

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 — 20 April 1889

SHIPPING WimtlGKNCE^l^ [?] ApriTl3.-*£^Ungloii.l60toM,0W»ii|n^ JXaphn, tram Sydney .T'luiMnxere -Mr.. PaYtojj aov~J.«rarker, and Wr. Dark ; also 3 for fRe* Bellinger. Cargo— 25 tons lor Fort, and 16 toht f or Hie Bclllm-or. ^ April 14.— s.s. Ferhmonnt, 200 tons, 'SDaptaJn Antnon, from Syduey. ' Cargo of coat for Port Maouuarle, and 2 passengers and general merchant dliefortheS^iibuSir ». ^ April ie:=Si^WelU^&n, ~150 . tbto,- Captain Taplin, from Sydney;,, I]ftS8engeri,~Mr«. Mitchell, ' uud 3 for 4be Bellinger. I Cawo— IS 'ions reneral inerolianaiBeforTortira^iiarie, ahdiO-tona for tbe Bellinger. , ???..'**- ? *t . April 10.— p.s. Avon; 125ton»;iCaptaiD'J;Kioliol bob, from tbc Bellinger. 't s ; «?»?-- - :*T-i!pi«To£KS.' '' '*'* ?' '? ;*%? April 13.— p.s. Avon; 125 tons^ Captain J. Nichol eon, for Belllugor. a. . April W,4f «.; WelUngton, J50 tons, Captain H. Tapllu, for Sydney.: Passengers— Masdamca Kills and Klpbiston; Misses Ellis (3), Captain Harding ; Messrs' Cohen, WimIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

.:?': -vr,.jtif-rjj.-?^.,^}(i(i -iVii-s.-J: .?.:.-. :. -^ i MR.' 5KHtli? ^isil^M^^bM BVEBY. -^^QktQ^tp^ETr '??????? ^'\^ '?? ?:' -'r^^^^&TCffi. i?*' ?'.' ? THEift'wve HoSieli-y i^*pMe with tvery 'IV modern, convenience. \. ? ' The' Bedrooms aro spacious, lofty, and vrell ' '.ventilated. '. '%?,-, ' , ., ...:if...-.-_^...f- ..^:;..^ 3PLUNGE AfcD SHOWER BATH|. /»; COMMODIOUS 'SAMPLE. BOONS.'- ' -- ^ ? ;&?? -n ^- COMFORTABLE GOMM£RCIAI/ 'BOOM *^| ?.' THE WI^E^SPJRITlfBEE^, &x., ,....- .;v':'',-!™-^'.1'r'-4 Only t)f the Choicest Br?inc^. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. Fi isf-OLASS. STABLIfJG, ATTENDED , :.%O-B.T A.CJU^EFUirA'ND 0OM ? P?iTENT-OBiQ®M.- ?*, ??'' ' ' ' [ciRCOtAE.] '' ' ? ; s ? i ? ^ ' '?' ?* ? To Farmer^ SiiMtebwuers, Store ' ^epe^Mna^l^b; '\ '4 Mttt^KSMN^TATE ???? I :'??. HAVTKG. seveisil.T^lJncoDneclion with : ? - Ityg -WifoM Agmidy *qrid 'Trediijfc* Co r.i.ia i v,' tXlj%ti, ' ' tygg^tifo* ' ctraiffiehcitfr lm»: iw.s ur.clo.jfjLjj...

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 — 20 April 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wesleyan.— Beech wood 11, Rawdon Island 3, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. Joe. Parker; Port Macquarie 11, Blackmail's Point 715, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Ennis II, Mr. J. Secombe : Black man's Point 3, Mr. J. Boltwood. Also on April 28 — Rollands Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 3, Port Macquarie 7'IS, Rev. J. Parker; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. G. Garrett; Ennis 11, Mr. J. White; lilackman'e Point 3, Mr. J. Secombe; Blackman's Point 7.15, Mr. R. Masters. Chdrcu of Esgj.and.— Rollands PkiuB 1030, Telegraph Point 2-30, Port Macquarie 7*15, Rev. R. Wilaou. Alsoou April 28 -Beech wood 10-30, Knnis 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Pbksbvtkrian.— Upper Camden Haven 10 30, Kendall 3, Laurietony, Uev. R. Davidson. ' Site gort pnrrjuarie 3¥eiv£. » ? ? SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 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 — 20 April 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Br Elkotkic Telegraph. 1 Thursday. Mr. Jolm Bridge quotes — Maize, supplies large, mostly diforior, prime in good demand, from 3s 2d to 3b 3d, inferior from 2a Cd ; pigs, moderate sup plies, porkers average 4Jd, large sizes 3d, stores dull from 6s to 17s ; calves, fair supplies, demand good, from 7s tc 52s j bides, small supplies, to-day there was a large attendance of buyers, I sold 1693, heavies realising 3d to 3}d, medium wrights 2Jd to 3d, lights 2Jd; tallow, brisk, I sold 142 cajiks at £21 10s to £22 ; sheepskins, dearer than ever, worth to 7d per lb. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Dry maice, 3a 3d ; pigs, fid ; eoort cedar in fair demand.

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Australian Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

?*'?? JLuBtraii&n Easilftje. ~ ^M jSyStwVj^iti says :— Mr. E. D. E. Van Weeuen, ACnKer for the Namoi Pastoral t^f cniHagepwffi I havd uqIbuw ilio^verh^^l lot and started at a pit made Botne four year? a straight cut down. There is no waste either at top or bottom, but at the sides there is about sis .inches of black and slightly mouldy stuff. The color is an olive green, and although the smell of it is rather sour and disagreeable, the stock, nevertheless, eat itinore greedily than the sweet ensilage. I fwtfl^a Jtttle dubibue fi?i^%6w ^^u)dl; take it aftBr the brown sweet lot ; but I am no}*' convinced %at there Is ^fery little differ ence betweeu^he'two mettibas,' except in its fattening qualities,' and for this I think the sweet ensilage is to be preferred. The pit silage is easier made than the stack, as the drays and waggons tip it in direct, and it can thon be trampled down ; at the same time, the stack is more easily carted away. The green color of the pit stuff is mor...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Vagaries of a Parson. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

The:79£aries of a Parson. ! 3'HB Macleay Argus of Saturday last says !— On^ijuiSday. evening last, some sixteen gentlemen, members of the Church of Eng land Parochial Council met at the Church of England, West Kempsey, for the purpose ; of transacting Jjusuiess in connection with the church. Findiiis the buildin? locied. Mr W. T. Dangar went to the verger for ihe key, but was'tbld by that official's' wife that the Key1.' Mr. Turner had come to her hjiis ?iwtndijLittdJaken the key away, saying thatjhe (the incunij-eiit). would keep them, and that if Mr. Dangar or anyone else wanted the keys, they were to be referred to him in the matter- Mr. Dangar then proceeded to the incumhflBt'jiSiipuse, saw him, and asked tor the key8«fjW»*'building. The rev. gentle ,njan. inqnired' for what purpose; to which Mr. Dangar replied for the purpose of hold ing the usual Parochial Council meeting, ahd that iievjBgalj^fteft: waiting to attend it. Mr. Turnerj-it'ttppears, most decidedly refused 'to, giv...

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Licensing Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Licensing Court. Tuesday, April 16. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. (Chairman). Renewals of coloninl wine Uceuses were granted to John Condon, William Roseuluum, and William Lee. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. (Chairman), aud J. L. Rutbven, Esq., .T.P. A publican's license was granted to William War wick, for a house at Waucliopc, to be knowu as the Star Hotel.

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Supreme Court Business. SYDNEY, APRIL 12. In Chamber (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Owen.) JENNINGS AND OTHERS V. BLUNT AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Supreme Court Sosiaess. , -Sroirar, Anukli. In Chamber (Before Ul« Honor Mr. Juetlce Oreo .) jHXHiifos ahd oraans v. sum md otusbs. Ur-A-H. SlmpMn.lnitriictedbyMisirs. Want, Johniion, and Co., appeared for tho pltlntUta, and moved for an order dlreotliiB Out the irauos In the suit should be trie* bftore a July. Mr. Unt'en-ttppoarod for tbe Agricultural Society of New South Wales, the real defendants. The plaintiffs, who curry onbUBincss under the title of Jennltijn, Pickering, and Co., sued Frederick Blunt, the younger, and the Agricultural Sooiety of New South Wales, and in their statement of claim they asked that defendant, Blunt, mar be decreed to snedallv perform aeertalnagmemiait for the assignment to them of all moneys 'panbl- and to be paid by the defendant society for work done by him under curtain contracts Jor the erection of a grand stand and other buildlnes on premises at Moore Park, in the oocupitlon of the Poolety. They also praved that the usual account should be take...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XXVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

- :7:~: f 'Tpf^ePErue^: JJfi Si'iiififlaSlbiSKinpiH'. ; - The Bfrvant's ball went off right ti m)y, and Janet waBifeaTd to Jeclanvihat i« raV--1 E , .^o^pver— jdjd^Tjj'pne rfBver-*lpnce JHci .-Mr. ?'^*' Oli&nurlngwVevemng 2fancy hai ^is appeared: and Polly, givitic sear«ljj- round V ?,- ?:hw^S^%ililimW with'^i{1n%n|,**i iting, , or pretending tOrdo so, at atfy ijitfa. . 4 ???«? ii' nNW'^atHsit^wliaVwroyon wbrVying about, darling?' , , ....... ,1 *.?[ 4! M«-1 Starr tells iMe'«ilft rerftbiiiiaSboen - asking for hip ; she says the poor uian is in ariL'grVa^over^aidd^isfl^.1'* *'* !'(1- ' And you are going to ..help I111 1, of course I' Dorothy ''was' 'fiill1' 'of Jfijjl teous indignation. ' A creature who iipvw? lost an opportunity ~of 'iiisulting you whenever ho got the chance— who. .was. a, Hy\ -on; you \ I ^6^11,^ear,--l|aniioti|th\v|tfve; and U*? ~;I h_aye.so uincn ;ijt£nfct does &J&w pounds 'i ignore qfc Iefi8lnat%?| Itfls Cm-iSmasftime, J wtfte^trtlyHifldy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

'- ' ,lW«UVCDBNESS,ll»c«i«*i1-ndtare brun eminent''?'' ??-: ^pU»H^'^£1J!i~MS),'iB^^!T^ ^ ' . ?,??-.. .??? . §^S5f?^,ft^:;^nW^c»*-wlJrtr. ,-. . . .. , ?'?-^i;iji|B|M^J!A.iHBi -./-T*''-; '-?'??? xiia.' ''JiliiShHts'. ipiil'mHDBBoiBr. ' ?: ?: ' Ji, : :l« EtIZiBETH 8r,'«rC2iEr. ' ? ' -?; , ? rrla0in6iajHngjbly.fMtt,,rj ; ... ;, ;j i- ? ?.-., ;.- , . ?? ? ' OR AWGE BLOSSOM SOAP, ' ' FdrTo11et,i3atU;ojjdLauu!lrjj at all Chemists, ' : .:-'?? 'Orocere' ?arid Drupere'ln jHe Colony. : !. . ; ,TJjlQlpal,Mfe-;tesopjation jol; Australasia. . Bonus ye^r 1889. .rpliciee offcctea .'??.?.?'-.)! ^ ...«#£.;':':.. - *1 ? ??' ' ,dffloes;:3S3'tt»-ae9r»nt Street, Sydney, ; Genfrai MercWnU', and Shipping., Agents ' ''. Portland Cement— Rflbin'e, Fewers, , : ? Leyett'e,&c. . . ?' ' Vklde' Trovers' Asphalt . ??:???; Water Pipes «na TubiDg, : ? ? Fire Brides and 'Clay. ? *. ' . .,. Lead— Sheet anil. Kr... . , .. .,. ? , ,. Pig' Iron and Tram Bnils. Cahvas Twine and Kelt, : Salt— Bock Coarse and Fine: ...

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Rawdon Island. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

' Strardon Isla&d. TO THE RDITOE-OP TH» POUT MAOQUAWB NEWS. Sir,— When I wrote my last letter it 'was such bard work that I said it was my first and last attempt at writing for your paper. Jfwas so much afraid it would be consigned to your waste paper basket, or that no one would read it. But I made a great mistake -i»|ias caused quite a commotion amongst us. Gosh, man, it is real fun ^-everyone you meet— 'Have you seen the paper ? Did you see ' Nomadong ?' Who is he ?' Fitrt it is one, then it is another ; Imt the online that has spotted him is yuui uwu cuirapuueni j oi course no could read between the lines, bnt witli this exception ' Nomadong' is a perfect myth. You will have to employ him on your staff as travelling correspon dent ; then, as^ho Yankee says, you would soon be able to run two or three papers a week. But you will be saying I am getting too egotistical, so I bad better stop. We have bad a lot of rain, and conld not get on with our work. The crops are not tur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Importaait. ({OLD ! GOLD ! BOLD! Boots. Boots. Boots. wo F.TOET'S ... Ohnstaias Supply OP BOOTS & SHOES ARRIVED PEE S.S. WELLINGTON. The Quality Is Cood, the Assortment Better, and for .Cheapness and Neatness we defy Competition. ALL these Iin«B liftve tan jmrcliased from the Offimai Assignee for Uw insolvent estate of Measrp. Q., Brown & Co., of Oxford-street, at a fifty percent, disoount, and are now ,l»iilg1 sold e( -Sydney prices, Flight and Oonfuiumion'added. This is no toast, but a reality,, which always comes afr.fr a fatality. Heads of Families and others should at onre tcke advantage of this opportunity, ar.d purchase at HUTLEY'S all Boou and Shoi-s required for Christmas. ?- F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL ROOT MAKER, lioMon-s'ive!, Poi't Macquarie Fruit Trees and Flowering and 0 m ?.menta] Plants. ORT'ERS «--e now i'ting liooW b^ the under hi»iimi for a y-iy fii.2 let of Fruit Trees aud I'lovr.::,'^ pmi Oinxmentnl I'taiila at 15.1 per dozen or C6 ;»r imn.tit-d. iiu:|...

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Beechwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Beeoh-wood. (FROM OCR CORRESPONDENT.) The sports advertised for Saturday, 13th inst., came off on tbe Beecbwood running ground, in the presence of about 200 people. The day was beauti fully fine, and everybody seemed to enjoy them selves. The running in the handicap was very close and exciting.; and 'a fair amount bf money changed hands over the various events. R. Tyrie wof a liot favourite, '.bit Combo sliowefl h little of ma old lorin.ana run Him out in the first round. A very enjoyable evening was spent at the settling up, and' the promoter. Iwas congratulated on all sides for the manner in which he carried out tbe day's sports, to the satisfaction of everyone. I hear . another handicap is , to be tirranged for in the course of a few weeks. The following is the result of the running in the two principal events ;— . Maidkn Plate— First round. 1st division— Fields 1, Sargent 2. 2nd division— H; Cameron 1, J. Oleeton 2, A. Pafrie3. - 3rd division— A. Faichney 1, D. Jones 2, \V. ?? 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Jennings, Pickering & Co. We beg to anuounce THAT Wfe HAVE NOW OPENED A Splendid Assortment OF AUTUMN WIITER ? Which We Intend To Sell j .? AT ':'? 'f PRICES j THAT WILL Justify the inhabitants calling us teh . ? Public Benefactors. iLADIES are requested to call and inspeQt^ur.^iJjo^ of -Dress Materials, ' ' F'lamxeis, * Corsets, Cr loves, Feathers, Hats, .Ribbons, ai id .other- lines too numerous to mention. -:.-,;?. .-. ?'?? ? , . ? 6ENTS, before . purchasing your clothing, come and inspect OUR GRAND ASSORTMENT, which is unrivalled for quality and price. To Let by Tender. ; A PAKM of ABOUT 52 ACRES, at ,A WAUOHOPE, at present occupied 'by D. Graham. .Tenders close SATURDAY, 1st JUNE next. The highest tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to ISAAC ANDREWS, Ermis. T. Edgintoii and Co., -jrJKAi.J\, BAK4, GENERAL ^ERCHANTS, AUCTIONEERS & COM MISSION AGENTS, 102 SUBSBX-STBEKT, SYDNEY, And atLannceston & Formby, Tasmania, Maize, Potatoes,...

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Foundering of the Ketch Maggie Taylor. LOSS OF FOUR LIVES. LAURIETON, Tuesday 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

[?] ^mmaammi .- '- ???A*/Br'3teLfeai«i-Hijyr:?&: ? ,'? ?'- ;? .' ;' 5iKi^BUWdfcS^BVftaija.in. TnEfce|ch Ms^e :T^or*Iound«iea when crossing the felt this^inornm^iabout four hundred ..yftrita'iff -'$&$ Jjtar/JsP»ere was a teavy-seaTon at the time of ferdssing. Four livas . jvereJosU^iaxB. JlAoyi, safe of. .the. - - master of the dredge ? Tier aonjpsix. years old ; Robert Hoggfpassengers ; and McLean, COOK OI vu8 V-CSBOl*' '*?£ - **J '?'*' **^~ .% t^ ' r?T **'**'' ' '' 4 The captain; struck out for the shore, taking Mrs. Lloyd witbhira until, thoroughly exhausted, hehadio let her go. He suc ceeded in reaching the land in a very ex hausted state. :'j ..'? ?????? -i The tug Unique saved two of the crew. The bodies have not y-?t -been recovered. J The above was'toublished a* en ' Extra inary' on Tuesday last.] ' (FBOM OUB OOI1EE8P0NDENT.) - Tbe aehoonerjlaggie /Taylor was .'wrecked tbTs momtug, about one hundred yards outeide' the B Camden Haven bar. ; Four lives were lost...

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Wit ia the Pulpit. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Wit in the Pulpit. Although an extreme gravity of demeanour is generally considered essential to the proper conduct of religious services, numberless ex- amples are on record in which the occupant of a pulpit has thought it not inconsistent with his position to indulge in outbursts of   wit, or to give free rein to his sense of humour. In some instances, of course, this has been done deliberately, for the purpose of more thoroughly engaging the attention of   the congregation; but the effects have been occasionally somewhat startling. Sydney Smith was once preaching to a congregation in Edinburgh, made up almost exclusively of ladies. He chose for his text the words, " O that men would therefore praise the Lord," laying special stress on the word men, and looking significantly around the church.   The Rev. Dr. Howard, rector of St.   George's, Southwark, and chaplain to Princess   Augusta, was so fond of good living th...

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Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and H.J. Perrett, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 20 April 1889

Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and H. J. Perrett, Esq. J.P. H. Woods v. P. Keough. - This was a vague case, in which Mr. Kemp appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Best for the defendant. An adjournment for a week was applied for by Mr. Best, which was agreed to by Mr. Kemp, defendant to pay 20s expenses. Police v. Dennis O'Brien, alias Sherry. - The aroused, who fau along' polic^oourt teaor&Tv'*' oHirg6d with supplying spirituous 4iqubr .*-. m aboriginal nataed Joe on Sunflnv mnrnfnrr 7*VAnHt Accused did not appear, ind a warrant .wJttUinme. diately issued foj hUarrSSti «—?-.-. . * E. Jjutelius v. O. MoDlarmli— In this case the truantlusjiectpr sought to recover the amount «fA» 9d, arreara forwhool'fees.-:' A letter waeTead from: defendaufs wife, stating that Aer husband was unable- to attend. ;T£e case was adjourned Jill Tuuriaay,#6th inst. # -t + . . **.-. E. Juetellus 'v; AT Hyde.-SchooifrfeeB irreani/ Amount paid. Cue withdrawn. '*' * E. ...

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A Story of Friendship. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 27 April 1889

i«*§i«li»i! Tot Jollow»hg^toryrfiJrieMsli^;l«t ween ^^ft^i^^^onie^eASLyf ^ i corp-spotieiit #0'phal ^jpSpiiato^^^o^e; timB^OiTuWloft^tostByM'ith/ntfriBnd: in. ions! ijVtfiitfe5 iwhich SBi;«n-ut'll5p%iards fond «f animhlB^I Boon JjecaineiutimateAvith two doliKhtfuVJogs belonging to Srv ; ^ufetess, a large collie named ' Jasppr,' and S.jirough Skye-terrier, 'Sandie.1 The pair.wercjlevoted friends; if possible always weiit out together, juid,-sod':*ol*Blate,--even poached together. Giu'SaftOTnoon I called iheih, as «sual| Jto go for a- wft1k,«»ia'maViug-my way to -the slake, r determined to row across and wander about in the deer-park. Without thinking of my two companions, I got into the boat and pushed off. ' Jasper at once jumped into the M-ater and gaily followed the boat) 'half- way across he and I were both starfcM by despairing howls, 'and, stopping to look back, wo saw poor -little Sandie running up aVid down the bank and bitterly ??, bewailing the cruelty of his two so-called ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wise Words to Parents. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 27 April 1889

Wise Words to Parents. Wb must hiarn and practice ourselves what we want our children to learn and practice. Some of us may have smiled sadly at the account of the poor young mother who won dured why her baby should be such a starvel ing, ' when we give it u little, of whatever we take, ourselves— some, red herring,V)a bit of r-linf'^i- ,1 s:un nf Iii'mi*'* ? hut. irtn main* i\f uc administer mental and moral diet quite as in appropriate. The number of babies born annually into the world is about 43,000,000 ; daily, 1 17,£0t ; per minute 80. It is sad to reflect how many of these helpless little ones, who nover asked to be liorn, are dragged, up any way rather than brought up ns immortal beings should be. Above all, we should Ue truthful with our children. The populir practice of teaching them to seem, instead of to be, und of cultivating 'company man ners,' destroys tbe frankness and transparent cundour which constitute the great charm of childhood. Never promise your child any thi...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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