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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT MACQUARIE ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

.??'???./?SHIPPIMtt iKTKLMCBNjUfc^ [?] Maj-7.— ?.»? Wwlunton, ISO tous, Gb»t«iB B. Tapliii, from Syduoy, Passengers— jMesaaiuea »V Ixigan nnd Jjoinea, Mesiri. F. HayivaiiJ, jMcLanen. P.Cubcu, Neville. MiistorLotiao, and 3 fortbeBel- Jlnger. Cargo— 30 tona gonoral inerab&nuise fur, 1'ort llac-|uarie, and 7 tons for the Bellinger. .*?-' May 7.— Candidate, from Syduey. tMny 7,— Hufcy, from Sydney. Hay 8.— p.s. Aioji, 126 tons, Capt Nicholson, from the Bellinger., Mav 8.— Alice Alav. from Svitncv. . May 10.-P.B. Avon, 125 toiu, Ga^t. NielieUm^ from .the JJulIiuKCc... .. „ .. - ...-».,„**?.. ? HEFARTDRKS. .May 4.— s.». Wellington; ISO tone, Cantaiu R. Taplin, foj Syijiwjv Pug-tenders— Meadatnos Best, llibbard, nudjtfCunny, Captain De Franc, Pilot ' iuoimrd, Mrt-Ueorgc, and 3 iu tin steerage. Cargo —955 bags make, 23 pigs, S cases eggs, 2 bags ItoneB, 3 oases fiili, S' -^tr. uoeks oud I keg wine, ' and 10 packages sundries. * * May 4.— Susie, for Sydney. May 8.— Budearee, for Sydn...

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 — 11 May 1889

Solicitor, Coa¥Gyafloer, &c, Port Wiacqyarie. *y ME. KEMP VISITS WAUCBOPE : EVERY STAR HOTEL, ..; : HOaTON-STBEfeT, : ' ' : ? : Port Macquarie. J. JiS'ffoWNOUCH PROPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is replete with every modem convenience. The Bedrooms arc spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ^ COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM ^| THE WINES, SPIRITS, BRERS, .tc., A11E Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STALLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. !-A!JY OUTFITTING JWPAIU'MliNT Sheppiae1 by Poet. Purchaseaof & and upwards CAKRIACIi TAU), tnany railway Bt-nion or B«i;-oitin the Giloiry. INFANTS Shirts, trimmed, embroidery, ami Lace, Cd. fld. Is Cd. to 5e. cn«li. INFANTS NightGounis. Loug Cloth Frills and Embroidery, Xh. 3.; Hit, to (is. each. INFANTS Kig'uUioniwfliuinel, O33d 6s Cd INFANTS l-ay Uoniia, Trimmed, Torchin, Valenciennes Laces, Tucked and Feathered, 10b ...

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 — 11 May 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOIWOEllflWTg. Ciiuhch of Knulanu. — Boechwood 1030, Knnis a-30. Port Macqiiurie 7-15, Rev. R. Wilson. Also ou Mny 19-Uollauds Plains 10 30, Telegraph Point 2-30, Port Macqusrie 7.15, Rev. R. Wilson. Wkslevan.— Kendall 11 and it, Laurie tou 7 '30, Rev. J. Purker; Port Maoquario 11, Mr. E. Wood lands ; Bunis U, Blackmau's Point 3, Port Mac nuarin 7-15, Mr. J. White. Also on May \9— Bcecuwood 11, Rawdou Island 3, Port Macuuaric 7'I5, Rev. S. Parker ; I'ort Macquarie II, Mr. J. Secnmbe ; Ennls II, Mr. A. Muscio; Blackmail's I'oint3, Mi. 6. Garrott; Hlackmau's Point J-15,, Mr. Malcom. The Rev. j. Parker will also con duct services at Rawdou Islam! on fhursday, May 16, and at Knnis ou Friday, May 17, at 7*15 pin Pbesbvtkkian'.— Port Mauquarie II, Beechwood 4, Rev. R. Davidson. SUe gort $Ur(ttarif jflciuis. ? » SATURDAY, MAY 11, 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 — 11 May 1889

COHINUBUCUL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. fBr Electric Teleuuaph.1 Thursday. ' Mr. \V. C Hobiassn quotes— Primo maize, 3s 3d, firm ; pigs, 5d ; eggs, Is 9d. Mr. John Briclgo quotes— Hides, brisk demand, ?substantial otders on market, best heavies 3}d to 3J-1, heavies 2Jd to 3d, medium weights 2Jd to 2Jd occasionally 3d, lights 2J-1 to 2]d, dry very dull at 2Jd to 2Jd, damaged hides cxtremoly dull Id to lid; tallow, I cleared a epleudid catalogue, 100 casks during the week, prime £'21 to £22, through Valparaiso orders ; sheepskins, very brisk, butchers' jo Jit pelts 38d to 4SJ.1, small 28d to 35d, dry skins M-l to Oil per lb. ; kangaroo and opossum skins .selling well.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Importance of Dust [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

^^^Sl-' : ihenoniiinaofoaturetliatwithouttttherow'ouldbe Uo fpgs/nb :^Ut, Od/clondBixuoJainWiiU. Partiolei ' o[J^^i-Va]pour.4o but iombuic with each Other: t» :p-r£%0OU'd$aJWle.T^^ra^^«J^^^a^on ' m wliich the 5'apbur partielesiare?tb conSensoi r The which tho^hangotakespkee from wiieWapour to tog. 'Whin' there ris ibundaiic^flfiduit fin :the air and little wator-vapourJis^reSenntj there is an over-proauctiou ot aust-particies, ana- rthe fog oarticlBB are in oobsequenco oIobSi paokeia, tot light inform, aid take the. lighter- aPI-ea™n0°of i°g If, therefore, dust is inoreased in the air iu fine 'particles, fogs are increased. But if tbe particles of dust are fewer aud larger, in proportion .to th« molecules of water-vapour',, -each particle get* weighed, becomes visible, and speedily -falls in wist or rain. Without =-du6t,Jioivever,o very blade of grass and every branch of the trees would be drip ping with moisture ; there would be noose thed for umbrellas, but our feet and lower clot...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Harbour and River Improvements of New South Wales (TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

[?] ;-^ii;:(TP«n8;snjijroti'«i|^-feg«nmktD:ifelffi *^lr;.^il|^Ss®b^^f^^ianaSEs' shown ^^migm0wmgt\on&0^^^M^lK seaiibardaiuia' :|ibchJ ^ler^rpatiD^iirftllLaviU^iages.ljijri ppeiiingulLr^i^stram'ftb^^nm^^Biiin'ca^nlti t^iiB on lier cboBt to tap the terMtory formuigjiu^ oterior of that vast colony, our polloy has.vivitli. onijr^ojtt^ci^oft^^^nTO^fenKai^pto winch n^ignprdatueeastonti'eftnoharbbursknei ravere alone nil r&inntiinflJClK.^innnn.t^^l^xWoi.n meaus tUeiw creat nsUiralinaiinoU on^'tejSneuing up trade- with tho interior of our colouy*uiu thus 3e ttliu ;a. population on it* frujtfal-feaslpn elopes. Our bar harbours and ri v«rs,jf$a a. fejffexeepfcioDS, Eire in the tame oreven worse condition than they were 70-yearp ago^ana tJn8*Mtfca&»vo;vell')etien upon the presumed intelligeuoe ana patriotism,^ the gentlemen who have been chosen to represent the constituencies interested. I shall not occupy your space with inimadvor Bions upen the neglect and indifferenc...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Germaine. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

#'/*? ' ^'v^^SlSSain^^t^ - i&^M&.-'r ^:-&Ii^B;li^fe«*Sl; (flay »iii-J. the next ^By.tob^ it had;nqtsAbr}i; violent wind is.flxpeotwl 4o iajlow:-ItsSlr j Hip snow, fighting yitiir*in,-on the -battle, aud lay drap and grimy in Nuncaiter 'streets. in 9i-e long, straight street, down which it carrio driving «liiT'nortli, a inldSiivageil ?clergy- man was laboriously battling with it TTJ» nr»M 4-Yiifrt '-^aiJI 'x^-jknnnri «a if Itta ett/MiS _ iju wo9 win if nuu aiuuiiiiUj no *«. uio vtiwui dcrs Imd 1»e*pn t-imt by study more than by the wind ; he-had lirownoyes, and very Wrid Eonie. fonttireB ; liig facn closoly shaven. The wind had Mown Tpsps into his cheeks tins 'Wintry day, Bndtkp roelted'snowBakos rested X-n th(j»i liko dew. * ;? iV .. ~ ? He had wailcPaloiig-fway before he bp , came aware that someone was trying to ovnr - tnk« , higt 3 jthejfcno^.uiJffljBcl the jBoind tef footsteps, and tlie.wind carried it a»'«y.*' )_„.. 'Sir, sir, please stop1.' Ho found o|r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

: ;%':|'mIily: :fi3#0BroM.; ' .- J.H. bffgsi» thanfe the inhabitants ^oF Port Macquarie and the surround ing district for they1 liberal support during the past six- years, and hopes, by ^tiddng^to Ms old motto, 'Small Profits and Quick Beturns,' to eeciare a continuance of their fevours-- ?-? J.H. begs to announce the amvalofJtlie'following goods : SpieH^idt Range of Cashmeres (IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES), . . STRIPED CASHMERES, MERINOS(-JIOMESPUks, &c. Millinery. This department has bad special attention, in the purchase of the MOST FASHION ABLE HATS aud BONNETS for the present season; FEATHERS, Ac., in great variety. ^^ Furnishing. CRETONNES, SHEETINGS, CURTAINS, QUILTS, TOILETS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, aud ? Mercery. In this deparment will be found every requisite for Gentleinens' Wear. Men's Under Vests (light and heavy weights, long and half sleeves), Men's Drawers (light and heavy), Men's Under-Shirla (all sizes), Men's Half-Hose, and Ladies' Hose, in great variety. Men's Crim...

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Pig Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

Pig Farming1. .S. WBiTEB!ii the Clarftiee Examiner .makes the following remarks upon tho above subject: — 'I have been advocating pig n ising ever siuco I came to reside on the Clarence ; but those 1 have spoken to on the matter have not seriously entertained the pioposal, arguing it' will not pay to grow maize for pigf, that the pigs would 'soon destroy a field of the cereal, and not ue anything tho faster for it. I will try and prove that this is a fallacy. Try just for an experiment, say 5 or 10 acres of maize, make the paddock pig-proof by an extra rail along the fence, plant the land with maize and pumpkins, when ripe put iu about 10 or 12 pigs to tho acre mid let them take their chance and sec which will pay the best. Wo will take 10 acres of maize as an example and ailow 00 bushels an acre yield, price 3a per bushel after paying for pulling, husk ing and threshing, this will be £9 an acre, a good average. The 10 acres would thuBgivc £90. Now for the pigs. Thn 100 pigs will co...

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State Aid to Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

~! JJtate-'Aid 4fc AOTiotature. State aid to agriculture fs a subject which tiaa been largely discuBeed in various countries, and not the least in tlio Uuited States, to -tho latter the disciiBsioSi .embraced: tho advocacy , of . a : State DepartEibpt pf Agiidulturc. ?-? Racontly ^' Congress passed an Act,' approved' of tiy tne President, creating an Exeentive Department of Agrioulture, the Secretary &nd Assistant-Secretary of which are to receive 'the eaine aalnriflB.fifi nlmilar nffininln in other Executive: Departments.' Henceforward, therefore, the Department of Agriculture ranks with the other great national departments. Under President Cleveland, the business of the Depart ment was inaugurated on lines which appear to lave mot with public approval, and President Harmon, iu the choice ol uis Executive officers, lias been' appealed to appoint, a chief over the Agricultural Department ' who shall be national in his views, quick to .recognise the needs of one section as an...

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Police Court TUESDAY, MAY 7 Before F.B. Hales Esq., P.M., and Messrs T.W. Palmer, F. Walsh, Daniher and G. Litchfield,J.sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

IliliiPiliSiC Before F. 5. Hilea,E1)qt,P.4i:,-EUd Messrs. T. W. Jl^oreitjlmiger Brown :v.:w. Blair,— Ghar£el ivUliliaylngin bis pBssegaion, on the 27tli April last, a logihevabie of twelve Bhilliuga. G. fi. Brown, sworn, Btated-^On tue 26th April lie saw a tallowweod stamp on GrtWu lands, iu the vioinity of Fait Macquarie, from which the log had been taken, and which he traced to Jennings' ruilL On the 27th April I met defendaut on the road and asked biui if lie bad a license, to whicU he replied that lie had not, as he was getting -lib timber off private lands. Ho also said that all the logs on Jennings' skids were his, aud came off private .property. I took him to the mill aud showed him a tallowwood log, whloh lie said was one which Latham fell for honey, aud had tald Mm lie cotilfl have. Defendant admitted that it was the log which I bad traced. To defendant— I never saw tkelog after it was felled i I could not swear that the Tog was cut in the mouth' of April. If the log was dr...

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A Religious Riot in Mexico [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

A Religious Riot ia Mexico, An entente of a most terioui character has just taken place in the city of Guanajato, the chief place of the State of that name iu tbe Mexican Republic. Five priosts of the Order of Jesus had beeu im prisoned iu that place for the crime of preaching Rnrijt.iniifl tormntiR. Krtutneriltiv) hv thin Irontnipnt: of the Josuits, who were popular in the city, a mob attacked the prison and endeavoured to release the prisoners. The riot assumed euch a degree of seriousness that tbe troops were called out, aud, iu. gfcr. to protect the Governor, were called upou tu iuto'theujoti, \ybich was -jone. 'jTlic result waj I

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Butter Factories. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

Butter Factories. Moke than ordinary interest is now given by tbe farmers of these northern rivers to the subject of butter factories ; and there is a growing belief on the Hastings River that the introduction of dairy farmiug into tho district would prove both remunerative to the promoters and advantageous to the whole district. Ou the Clarence and Kieh moad Rivers theBe subjects &ra attr&ctiup ereat Attention ; and we observe that Mr. Josophsou, of the firm of Messrs. Waugh aud Joscphson, is to meet a number of the farmers of Ulmarra, with s. view of explaining to them the advantages of dairy farming, detailing the manner in which it is suc cessfully conducted in the southern districts. In a future issue we shall again revert to the subject of dairy farming ; in the meantime we publish the following extract, Which will serve to show how the factories have revolutionised the dairyiug industry on the Conliucnt : — It is a. standing ni&rrel t« English dairy fo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 7. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs T. W. Palmer W. Warlters and P. Daniher J.sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 7. Before F.B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. T. W. Palmer, W. Warlters and P. Daniher. J .'s P. G. F. Craig v. A. Brittain. — Claim of 10s 6d, for five days' board and lodging. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with £1 costs of two witnesses, and £1 10s 9d costs of court. R. J. Tuffin v. E. Burke. — Claim of £1 4a 7d, for goods sold and delivered. Defendant admitted the debt, and a verdict was awarded for amount claimed, with £1 costs of two witnesses, aud £1 10a 9d costs of court. W. Blair v. F. Craven. — Claim of £6, for 5400 shingles, at £1 2s 6d per thousand. Plaintiff stated that he took a contract from the defendant to supply 6000 shingles at £1 2s 6d per thousand. He supplied 6600, in two lots of 4250 aud 2350 respectively. Defendant had complained that some of them were bad, and he (plaintiff) had counted these, which numhered 1200, leaving the 5400 which he had charged for. He had made application for the ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Alleged Assault by an Indian Hawker [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 May 1889

Alleged Assault by an Indian Hanker. Information reached the police on Saturday that Mrs. Dunbar, wife of a settler living 30 miles from Kempsey, at Upper Hickey's Creek, had been assaulted with intent by an Indian hawker. Senior Sergeant Bennett and a black tracker went to Dun- bar's residence and found Mrs Dunbar very ill, suffering from the shock. She stated that an Indian came there on Thursday evening offering goods for sale. He asked if he might stop there for the night, and the woman said, 'No ; my husband is away.' The hawker went away then, but returned at mid night and burst open the bedroom door, which had been partly barricaded for fear of trouble. Mrs. Dunbar, two children, and a baby were in bed. The Indian caught hold of the woman, and she and the children screamed. The Indian said, ' You make noise, I kill you ; no oue about.' A little girl, 11   years of age, slipped out of bed, got a gun and came back and presented it at the Indian. He let go the woman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

1 ?*'**MW'**'*™*^'*'*^-*-'^gy*^*^'^*™*'*^^*M*'^'MM*^**' BOOTS! BOOTS! F. HUTLEY, K Op ?HE TTTiSHES to tlianlc the inliuWtanlB of V T - Port ilacqunrie mid ftlie Hasting8 District for tlioir very liberal siippor1 accorded to liitn during the past two ycarsi nod begs to state that he is NOAf OFFERING jjl ? A— SPLENDlJff ASSOETME&T OF Boots and Shoes, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, At the Lowest Prices EVKR OFFBItltD IN PORTMAOQUAR1E. An Immense Stock to Select From, f. hutLey, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHORMAKER nOHTOX-i.TKKET, I»OKT irUf^t'AEIE, AM' WAUCHCFE, HASTINGS HEVEB. Fruit Trees and Fiowering and Ornamental Plants. _ f ? OBDKUSn-e now 1m ing looked \yj the under cigiicd fora veiy tine lot of Fruit Tiw and J'lowciiug nnti Oiuamen'n! i'lsntsnt Ife per -lo;un or DO per hundred, including ficight per pfaamer or t? n i 1 i ' - u vessel. Pee Pamphlet Vo 3, Pnge 17, copies of which can Ik- imd fioiu tiio iiixlcii-Nnctl. F. 0. I.AGKRLOW, Gciic-.al Agi'V.t, Tare. S8TABLIBHES i88O. JOHN M...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE [?] ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

' ? t}||||f»t»i«r|jj[yTKi.i.n:jKM-iE-- ? ~. ? *RHIIALS. = , . May,JO.Trti,s, W^Hflgton, 150i0M,.iGlrotiiii R. illbbojil, Kemp, Ward, Laurie, EIU«. Missel BIIW (3), 1M. 'flWSfcf 'toWs.1 'Wardi'^. liauHe, J. , . Koliiusoii, Jleowiok, i Uttvey, Joiiueton, ' Jtomes Molnhorny, T. F. Hnlw.Captaiu De Frilne,': aud ' U in the steerage ; aUoS for tlie Helliiieer Eivtr. Cargo— 80 Ump general ^ncrclittudiae, ,fct, Port MacquarieBiid 20 tohBfortheBc'lllligcri ' .' I*., May ll.-^M*yJet)ntagk;-fii*m«-;dney,i' j .;: May IS.-^Vielpriii, fro* Sydney;,; - ? ? ' ~ j lilay U.-r-*.«.' \ViB]Uincton, 15O..tyn«; Captain E. Tanlin, Jrom'Syilney. \Pa«scuj;e'rs-Iur«. Fryer 'nil chlMreii',' Messrs: Fryor'iu'id Davle, anil J for the Bellinger. ''Cargo — 6 torn for I'oit aud 5 for the Bellluger. . ? , . ??-.., . ; W^y U.—0u)iuB Voge), from Newcastle. 'May 15. — p. 8. Avon, 125 tons, Capt. Nicholson, from the Bellinger. ', '' May 15.— Empress' «f India, from Sydney. May 15, — Queen, from Sydney, - ? ? . -- ,: . ....

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 — 18 May 1889

. SALE BY AUCTION. -W. '-A4 PORSTER ' will boh by'nuetion, ' .At THE hOYAL HOTEL, On Tuesday Next, 21st inst., at 3 o'clock p.m., Two pairs Superior !ugg; Ponies. Ti;rtMs at Sale. Wanted r PURCHASE a GOOD MILCH COW. 'Apply PUBLIC SCHOOL, N- WncUmau's Poiut. rpO ADVBRmKaS.--Adve(-iisouienU not on ;3L cecdinir 10 words (two liupr) will be insiii-tcd tjn the Port '?Macqutx&c AVihs for 1« {one shilling! J&SH.--1 ?' ? f .s, v; . . . - ... ;. .?.-?)! /NlNDEBALLA DANCE. Agricultural Hall. %J Members will meet ou Wednesday, 22nd May, Wanted; A N APPHENriCE FOR WATCHMAKING is Xjl required. Apply to . O. H. OLSEN, ? . , Port Macquttrie. School of Arts. AMEETrNO OF TJIE MEMBERS of the Port' Macquarie' School of Arts will be held in the institution on WEDNES DAY NEXT, 22nd inst.. for tlie purpose of FORMING A DEUATING CLUB. In future the School of Arts will be OPEN EVERY SUNDAY, from 2 to 5 p.m. N^PAVIS, INTHB SDPHEMK COURT (^fBW SOUTiT .^SVALKS. IN BANKRUPTCV. No. U70. Be PATRI...

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 — 18 May 1889

? OfflcialiOorrD'spondenoo. Tns following correspondence lias been/addressed fo Messrs. Young aud Roliorts :— '. . ' . ; . - Department of Lands, Sydney, May 2, 1889. Gentlemen,— I have the honor to inform you $hat the petition presented by j-ou, on behalf of tho resi dents of Thoiie Cruek and Upper Hastings River (Messra. Tuon. Williams, T. A. Mumford, and others), on the subject mentioned liereunder, has been referred to Mr. District Surveyor All worth for report.— I have, Sx., E. H. DEIjOW. Subject— Application for a Water liosorve at Thoiie Creek, County of Macquarie. . Department of Public Works, Sydney, May 3, 1889. Gentlemen,— I am diieclcd to acknowledge the receipt -if your letter of the 30tli ultimo, on theeul ject undermentioned, and to inform you that tlic matter has been referred for the report of the pro per offiuer, aud whcn,tu.e necessary information has been received, a furtlicr communication will be made to you. — I have, ic,, -. ? J. BARLING. Subject— Repairs to U...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fernbank Creek [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

/-(K .: PeraliflakvCrflek. hu .-?; (fbom-a oobbbspokdent.) - Tiiebe ie very little worthy of notice in 'this quiet I6ca1tty— things* going on in the sajrie ding-dpnR-^ay faorii; Monday morning: till Saturday night. .. ? - - : .. O.ur^eighupur, 3J-. James O'Donnell, has been makiug a, creat aioiso this weak with powder^jdyri!amiJe.,#rfHe is Wasting huge rocke t-?. jiieqes iiibis paddock, to see what is inside of them. He has a gold-miner at work with him, whoqays iin-rp ia'eyery indication pf-gold. in Ihe ^locality. In a Water-course from tliohill there is some kind «f minRra) or metal, hoing washed out, : It looks like gunppwder, but very shiny. ? Mr. JameB ilyde,' of Wauohope, is in the venture, , I believe. 'James knows what is on nearly every foot ,of; . ground between here land Waiichop, and %e has a desire to ascorjtain whatjs underueafh it They say, gold, and intcRa'to dig Ideep enough to get some, if possible, and I wish '. them success. Tlie weather is delightful, Wo have ha...

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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