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Lessons of Antiquity. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 27 April 1889

Losnoas of Antiquity. Pbovessob Max Mullkii delivered an interesting and instructive address on the 'essona of antiquity before the students of the London Society for the Extension of University Teaching on Saturday, Professor Max Muller showed bow much there is iu autiquity to admire and for which wo ought to be iiiifiuuiititj- ginbviui. *tic uuitviniMca mv (* iijia between the past 'and future, aud it is the duty of tho present to preserve and hand down the stores of knowledge which have been accumu lated during centuries. Our debt to our forefathers conic not be lietter illustrated, perhaps, than in tile arts of life which distinguish civilization from bar barism. To the Egyptians we owe writing and reading ; to India figures ; to Babylonia dials ; aud to Greece and Asia Minor coins. The lecturer paid a special tribute to the benefits which the system of fibres derived from the East had conferred ou mankind. As regards the teaching in the Univer sities, Professor Max Muller denie...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wreck of the Rosedale. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 27 April 1889

The Wreck of the Rosedale. Tbe steamer Rosedale, wheu attempting to cross out over the Manning bar on Good Friday, in charge of the tug-boat Christina Gollau, bumped ou the south spit, and she was soon carried over to the southward, and struck on the wreck of the steamer Murray. A hole 14in. by 9in. was made in her under the saloon, and tbe blades of her propeller wore stripped. She rapidly filled with water, and   drove ashore about two hundred yards south-west of the Murray wreck. On Saturday Captain Ricketts telegraphed to Sydney for a diver aud centrifugal pumps, and all the necessary appliances for floating the steamer were shipped ou board the Helen Nicoll on Saturday night, and were working ou board the Rosedale in less than twenty. four hours. The diver stopped the leak, and the steamer was pumped out, and on Monday she was in perfect safety, having come in about two hundred yards. What is wanted now is high tides. The Rosodale had ou board 800 bags maize, 200 p...

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 — 4 May 1889

* laiportaiit. Boots.* Boots. Boots. CHRISTMAS IS COMING, AND PTTTiniT 'EV'Q* * , flUlLM b Christmas Supply OF BOOTS & SHOES ARRIVED PER S.S. WELLINGTON. . The -(nnltty Is Cood, tlie Assortment Better, and Tor Cheapness and Neatness we defy Competition. ALL these lines have been purchased from tlio Official Assignee for the insolvent estate of Messrs. G. Brown -fc Co., of Oxford -street, at a fifty per cent, discount, and arc now biting sold at Sydney prices, Fniiglit and Commission added. This is no lioast, but a reality, which always comes after a fatality. Heads of Families and others should at once take advantage of this opportunity, and purchase at HUTLEY'S all Boots and Shoes required for Christinas. F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Horton-street, Port Macquarie Fruit Trees and Flowering and Ornamental Plants. ORDERS arc now being liooked by tbc under signed for a very line lot of Fruit Trees and Flowering and Oiiiamenlal Plants at Ids per dozen or £6 per hundred, incl...

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Latest Special Telegrams LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

latest Specif TelegramgL :?rS'i;f:^B6B:V;'llii ??.,. The Queen visits North 'Wales in August^ Arrangements are being made to entertain the distinguished Freemasons now visiting England^ : 'W-l ? ' '; The international yacht race has iieen abandoned, the Earl of Dunraven declining to accept the conditions, owing to religious scruples. ' The marriage between tho daughter of the King of Belgium and the Crown Prince of Italy lias been broken off. A collision has occurred in the Straits of Magellan between the steamer Cotopaxi aud the German steamer Olympia. The Cotopaxi sank, but the crews and passengers of both veuselB were saved. Parnell swears that the Phrcnix Park mu. tiers were not instigated by Feuions, but were of American origin. Three million people witnessed the Wash ington demonstrations at New Tork. The new Bishop of Tasmania has been consecrated in Westminister Abbey. The Emperor William of Germany has decided to liberate ex-King Malietoa. The King of Holland has recovered ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

Carriage. On Saturday, April 27th, in St. Thomas' Church, Port Macquarie, by the Rev. R. W. Wilson, Alexander . Mack ay, to Isabella Irwin, daughter of James Wallis, of the Ellen dorough River. - SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1889.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

Land Transactions. Tick following business has been transacted at the local Lauds Office during the past month : — Ariiit. 11. Kenneth -Mathcson, 50 acres, a.c.p., parish of Cowaugarra. John Jackson, 40 acres, a.c.p,, parish of Albert, being forfeited portion standing iu the name of Ncwmaii Hollis. L. L. Bo&Ucll, 342 acres, a.c.l., parish of Palmcrston.^ ArniL 18. Benjamin Woodlands, 40 acres, o.c.p., parish of Balleugarra. ArniL 25. \V. R. Graham, 40 acres, a.c.p., parish of Paltnerstou. ^ ___ The members of the Church of Kugland at Kemp ecy are at ' loggerheads' with parson Turner, of extreme Ritualistic tendencies. They intend not to support this pai-soiiic bugbear auy longer, and iii taking this step they act wisely. Such a monster in Ritualism as tlie Rev. Mr. Turner should not be tolerated in the Church of Knglnnd for one moment : or, for that matter, in any church, for his conduct is quite the opposite of what should einanuatc from oue who professes to follow in the f...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Northern Districts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

The Northern Distriots. In onr last issue we pointed out the necessity tlint existed for providing the inhabitants of the northern rivers with better facilities for getting their produco to market. Although we have assiduously advocated the improve ment of our bar harbours, and the construc tion of a north-const railway, our labours liave not vet borne fruit : and it cannot l-n wondered that our patience has become exhausted through tho long di-lay on the part of the Government in giving these districts their just demands. The claims of the northern rivers to a coast railway, ar.d the advantages that would accrue, not only to the people directly interested, but to the whole colony, have been put forward from time to timo through the columns of this journal, but as yet nothing definite has been docidod upon. However, we feel it incumbent upon us to continue to advocate, not only (he wMits of the Hastings District, but those of the whole of the northern rivers ; for the wealth and imp...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Laurieton. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

Laurieton. (FBOM OCR COlmESPONTJRNT.j An accident of a rather serious nature, arid the full extent of which has uot yet been ascertained, occurred yesterday morning at Messrs. Dunn and Chapman's sawmill liere. It appears a man named W. Davis had beeu engaged griucliug a vertical saw with a tanite emery wheel, aud had actually finished the job, and was iu the aut of taking tho saw away, when the emery wheel broke, and oue of the frag ments struck him with terrible force on the arm, above the elbow. Ituockinc him down. Dr. Ooode was telegraphed for at once, but that gentleman being absent at RoHauda Plains, he did uot arrive here till 8 p.m.— about nine hours after the accident occurred. Dr. Goode examined the injured arm, and found a deep cut about two iuche i long, ami also found that the bone was fracture 1 ; but owing to the arm being very much swollen, the Or. could not determine the extent of the injury. Dr. Goodc will have to come here again in three days to re luce the fractur...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Another Marine Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

Another Mariae Disaster. Oh Monday afternoon the Government steamer Rhea called off Port Macquarie and signalled for the pilot, who went off, and found to his surprise that she had on board a shipwrecked crew that she had picked up off Cape Hawke, consisting of tho captain, mate, cook, and crew (seven in all) of the schooner Mary Campbell, which vessel they had abandoned in a sinking condition about half-past one that morning, when about twenty-five miles off the land. It appears that they pulled in for tho land after leaving the vessel, and made Gape Hawke, whore they looked for a safe place to beach their boat, but seeing a steamer coming they pulled out in her track and were picked up and brojght on here, and landed at the boat harbour. Their boat was a small one, they having had to cut their other one adrift, and with seven men in her, and part only of their belongings which they had time to save, she was pretty full, and it was fortunate that the sea was smooth or otherwise the...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wreck of the Maggie Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

The Wreck of the Maggie Taylor. Yesterday afternoon the Marine Board opened an inquiry into the cause ot the wreck of the ketch Maggie Taylor, which took place ofl' Camdcn Haven bar on the 16th inst. The first witness called was Donald McLcman, the master of tho Maggie Taylor, who Baid the vessel was a ketch of 80ft long, and of 37 tous harden, owned wholly by himself; ehe was now a total wreck, aud was partly insured ; prior to the wreck the ketch was a. stniicli vparbI. nhhiit fu»vf-n years of ago, having been huilt at Stockton; ehe waa wrecked off the bar in Cainden Haven on the morning of the Iflth instant ; ho left the wharf iu tow by tho Unique at the host timo to leave— an hour before high water ; the lives lost were John M'Lean (the cook), Mrs. Lloyd aud her son (six years of age), and Robert Hogg, a passenger ; lie (witness) had held a master's cerificatc from the Sydney Marine Hoard for tlie past nine years, but it, with all other effects, was lost in the wreck ; he hud be...

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

' '.:''.,' v^:^i^»ew^pB^ittee.;j;iS: A MEBTmd JbjE ihis committee was held at ! -rere firaseiit— Mfissra. W. WarlterK-in tjie cliair), ;HV: L. Wilson, Jas.; BjiilerK^ BranBdon, F. Dawea, G. Suters, J.:';Eows(ill, and J. Stewart. The luinutes of the previous meeting ^wtre read aud conBruied, ' also correspoudence as published in tho local ' The chairman asked what the meeting considered the best thing to do in reference to suggesting the name of a '-gentleman . at Wauchope to act as a Commissioner for Affidavits, and, after a slight discussion, „,,. Mr. John Stewart proposed, and Mr. G. Suters seconded, that the matter be allowed to stand over until next uncctiug. .Carried. Mr. G. Suters moved, for Mr. R. Qfaig, that after the present term all meetings be held on the river, ihstea!l ; of on the river and at Port Macquarie, as at present. He thought it was ridiculous to continue the meetings at Port Macquarie, as they now liad a Council to attend to their require ments, and would ther...

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 — 4 May 1889

Official Correspondence. The following official letter has beon addressed to Messrs. Young ami RobmU, M.'sH. : — General Host Ullice, Sydney, 15th April. 1800. Sir,— With reference to my letter of the 8th December last, acknowledging the reoaipt of yours of thoSth, lam now directed to inform you that the I'ostiuastci -(lencrnl linn approved of tlie money order system being extruded to Wauthope, to dato from the 1st of Mny,— Youn, *u., S. H, LAMUTON.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

acquaintances at /-LRuriotoni^or,flio generous lielp and Bynipatby they eKttudpd to us oil jtfip jopoasion of tho-iRd3osi of our dear sister and nephew-, Mrs. Lloyd'and her sou, caused by the wreck of the MaRgie Taylor on the Caiuden Haven bar. ' JAMES OAVILL, MAEGAEET OAVItL. Laurieton, April 30th, 1889. Thanks. I HEREBY beg to tender my SrNOEJlE ; THANKS to ray friends and acquaint ances at Laurieton for. tho generous help and sympathy they extended to urn ou the occasion of the irreparable loss of my dear wife and child, through the wreok of the Maggie Taylor ; and I trust they may never be called upon to share such grief as mine. W. LLOYD. Sydney, April 27th, 1889.

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 — 4 May 1889

SatPPmQ iKTBLhlGmVB. [?] April 26.-*».WelHnSt6n- 160 tons, Captain E. laplip, from Sydu«r. , Passengers— Mcsdames Onni«ton, King, and Pitt ; MUses King and Har tin ; Messrs.' Corjiett, Spencer, Francis, Tower, Cockbane,'and Thompson, and 2 in the steerage. Cargo— 40 tons for Port Macquarie end 10 tons for tlieBelliugor. April 28.— Empress of India, from Sydney. April 28.— Victoria, from Sydney. April 28.— Bmlgaree, from Sydney, April 28.— May Jennjnge, from Sydney. April 28.— Queen, from Sydney. April 29.— Sjisie, from Sydney. April 3ff.— p.s. Avon, 126 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, from the Bellinger. April 30.-B.S. Wellington, 160 tons, Captain R. Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Messrs. J. Secombe, McMahon (S), S. Lawler, 2 in the atcprage, and 4 for the Bellinger. Car-;o- 30 tons for Port Macquarie and 10 tons for the Bellinger. May 3.— b.s. Wellington, 160 tons, Captain Tap lin, from Sydney.* Passengers— Messrs. H. J. Porrett. G. lAtehfield, Bogers, Marks, aud W. C. Melville. Car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

? ' ' '' : : ^oft^M£&0^&;' ? ?? ?.- ' MR. KEMP v.VIStTS JJYAJJCBOPE EVERY v i vTHDBSOAV; RGOOLftftLY. : : V .. PBOPRiETOR njlHEaijove Hostelry is, replete with every JL modern convenience. . ; The Bedrooms are spacious, lotty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS: COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. KT COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, -fca, ARE 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. {CXRCDLAB. | To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR, JOHN TATE HAVING severed. »ll connection with Tato Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, lias now commenced liusiness undr.r the name and style of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydney. ???:?????? Any consignments '^of . Live Stock or General Produce «iftrus'ted to their care will .receive' fast -and immediate attention, and ...

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 — 4 May 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CunRon of Esolakd.— Port Macquarie 11 (H.C.) and Vii, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on May 12— Berchwood 10 30, Ennis 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. E. Wilson. Wesleyax.— Ennis 11, Blackman's Poiut 3, Port Macquarie 7*16, Rev.*. Parker ; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. J. Bolt wood ?^Biackman's Point 715, Mr. R. Masters. 1'kesdytkrun. — Rollands Plains 1030, Telegraph Point 3. Rawilon Island (Wcsleyon Chapel | 7, Rev. R, Davidson. Alno on May 12— Port Macquarie 1 1, Beechwood 4, Rey. R. Davidson.

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 — 4 May 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [By Elkctrio Tkleciui'ii.] Thursday. Mr. TV. C. Robinson quote— Best maize, 3s 6d ; pigs, 6d ; bacon, 9il ; eggs, 2s. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides, firm demand, downward tendency, consignors should not hold, I eold 1017, which has been the best sale of the week, aud topped the market with two lots at 3Jd, while numerous lots reached Kfri, the quotations are — heavies 2d to 3Jd, mediu.n weights 2|d to 2jd, lights 2Jd to 2Jd, dry -2d to 2?d, damapeil Id to ijil ; kangaroo ekiue, J sold 24,000, which was «qual to tho added catalogues of other sellers, large 'brought OOd to 128d ; sheepskins, 35d to 45d eacli ; tallow, £21 10s ; horns, .18s.

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 — 4 May 1889

Dental Notice. Jll. QUIST, Dentist, will visit Port Macquarie . on the 17tli aud ISth MAY, and may be cou suited at the Star Hotel. Protection. rpHE PUBLIC MEETING postponed from the JL 17th of last month, for Forming a Branch of the Protection Union at Beechwood, will now lie hold in the HALL, BEECHWOOD, on FRIDAY, M lY 10th, at 7 p.m. Mr. Ruthveu and others will address the meeting. B. J. PARKER. STAR1 HOTEL, WAUCHOPE. W. WARWICK BEGS to announce to the public in general that lie has opened his new premises, known as the 'STAll HOTEL,' in Wauchope, and respectfully solicits a share of patronage. THE DECOTiEJJL IS . LARGE AND ROOMY, AND OFFERS Superior Accommodation FOB TRAVELLERS AND LODGERS, GOOD BEDS. GOOD MEALS. THE BEST OF WINES AND SPIRITS, ALL THAT IS NECESSARY FOR A WELL-APPOINTED HOTEL. Good stapling and iioubk feed. W. WARWICK, Proprietor. To Let by Tender. A FARM o£ ABOUT 52 ACRES, at WAUCHOPE, at present occupied by U. Graham. Tenders close SATURDAY, 1st JUNE next. The ...

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The Northern Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

Tho Northern Divers. In the Legislative Assembly (according to the Herald) the following remarks were made in reference to state of some of the bar harbours of our northern rivers : — Mr. Nicoll called attention to tbe state of the bar at the entrance to the Richmond River, and stated that unless something was done at once the people of the district would bo starving, as steamers would not be able to get in with supplies. uii. jiiuw t?uiibii Bitiu iiu iieju m iiis uanu u suoix report from the Kugineer-in-Cliief uf Harbours and Rivers on the bar river difficulty. The hon. member would have Been by the newspapers this morning that the matter of the Richmond River bar had been under bis notice yesterday. Immediately he saw the state of things existing ho called on the Bngiueer-in-Chief to give him a report. The hon. member must admit that all that could be done by the department so far had been done. The question of the Manning River had also been raised, and he immediately called upon...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Northern Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 May 1889

I^SSSlSiMa&^ww?-'. ';-? The following irHole, imtten tigjin tho same lines as our leader ^T^jturaay la«t^api)eared to the Town. and Qmintty Jourji&iof 4j»ril27-:^- .'*c*v. ' The information which has come to jiana during the week is to'the cdudition of the rivere on the. north cattt ie enough to inaUe any Government liliisb fofj'erv Bliame—if it Hi* J-Uish left. The, cntrancelto the JWchmoud ie absolutely closed. The SMnnninttanfl th& Hnll!nnM-BM otmnitt. in ~*B MnA « coniitlop ; abd.'as a matter of Act, there 1b not a %ingle'*river^to the north of the Hawkeebury to winch there tea safe' entrance. This ineaue in so many words the locking up for an indefinite period of so much produ.ee, and the paralysing of industry in that direotion. Now, if this were on occidental circumstance, or caused by some unforsoen event, DO one would have any right; to complain. But it 4s .-nothing of the kiud. i'lio insecurity of the entrances to the northern rivers from tho sea ha...

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