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Grain 5000 Years Old. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

' Grain 6900 Tears Old. TnE proprietor of the M'llinnville (Or.), Tekplione has in his office one of the roost remarkable specimens of wheat over known in modern times. The period of its active cultivation dates back about 5000 years. Its history is as follows : — The proprietor of the above mentioned nowspaper has an uncle living in Alexandria, Egypt, who devotes much of his time to antiquarian research, Once, while unrolling the winding-sheet of a mummy in the tombs of Egypt, he perceived several grains of wheat 'therein. Struck with a happy thought he carefully gathered them and had thorn planted, with the result of raising four healthy stalks surmounted by the most renmrlcalile cars of wheat ever seen in modern times. On each single stalk are thirteen distinct ears, seven on one side- and six .on itlie other. From each grain grows a slender tine about an inch and a half in length, giving the. whole, combined ear the appearance of a small pine apple. The cars are shorter than tho...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deep Sea Desolation. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Deep Sea Desolation. Despite the fanciful pictures which some writers have drawu from the ocean bed, its desolation, at least in its deepest parts, must be extreme. Beyond the first mile it is a vast desert of slime and ooze, upon which is constantly dripping n, rain of dead carcasses troin tne surrace, wnicn carcasses supply me nourishment for the scanty fauna inhabiting the abyssel region — in some places more than five miles from the sunshine — and the microscope reveals that the slimy matter covering this deep ocean bed is very similar in composition to the aucient chalk of the cetaceous period, while mixed with it here aud there are minute metallic and magnetic bodies which have been proved to be dust from meteorites. At long distances a phos phorescent light gleams from the head of some passing fish which has strayed thither from a higher and happier zone. But it is not until we have mounted a good deal nearer the surface that the scene changes for the better. We now meet with...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One of the Old School. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

. : Oae of the Old School. :. A Chicago paper lately gave a picture of a , ' lady of the old school,': 'which every- git j must lie the 'belter for having read, and which we subjoin :??''' 'The mysteries of the kitchen had no terror for her :' and ehe fully understood the art, as one of the. old cookery-books expresses it, of ' shaking hands with a saucepan.' Her ?table linen was spotless '; and every plate and cup and saucer,' every knife mid fork, every piece of glass tind silverware, gleamed in resplendent purity. As she Rat at the table, opposite the gentleman of the old school, and em-rounded liy her family, her face was a lienediction ; for happiness had its abode with lier. Under her firm and womanly hand her children were dutiful, her servants respectful ; and her husband, safely trusting in her, gladly gave her his lore a.id praise. But if she was mistress in the kitchen, she was ?queenly in the parlor. There she received lier friends with an case and grace which made the m...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Mr. Bright Prepared His Speeches [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

So* llr: ' Bri&lt Troparci His Jx an Article on-1' $r.JBright as. an .Orator,'1 the fiirmingivan FfiBt, says: — 'For^H eer speeches Mr. Bright prepared himself with great care. . -!TJiu selection of, the subject, especially in the coso of his jaij!mial addresses ito his coustitUPBts, was always a matter of long aud anxious consideration. ' Then lie would tiiink put and carefully arrange the main lhies ofjiie address ; and then he would eet to workj^ftting at. least a full day to the task, to.thB^de,tails'aud the .words. Wo. reiUPUiWr liut in 1681 he actually stayed away from a^Cabi net .Oouncil in order that he might give ^he whole day to preparation for a iJiriuiiiyhani speech. What methods lie adopted in the long .vigil in his study none can tell, but lie emerged from, it with a little sheaf of half-sheuts of stnall-Eized note paper, which he proposed to carry with liiin ' pi), (the platform, and toj; speak with them lying before him across the broad brim of his' hat. Of t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Reading "Go to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and he wise." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

r_ J' ;^«a9xy^M^g.^, '60 to the ant 4bou sluggard, consider lior wiys, ' -and l» wise.' If a man remains unwise' for time or eter nity it is not for the want of tutors ; {they sound upon us from every quarter, offering instruction. Job directed his friends to the beasts flfijhe. field, the fowls of the air, and even the fishes of the **ea for instruction ; and Paul informs the Romans that God had not left the heathen without witness of Him self. The seasonable rains, the ingatherings from the prolific earth, borojwitiiess of God, His love, goodness, and bounty. For emi nent practical lessons in wery-Jrlfty life, the wise man bids the sluggard 'Go to the ant, consider her ways, and bib wise.' The differ ent kinds of ants, large and small, black and white, ifcc, might profitably employ our time, but we try to ' consider' some of their ways, that we may be wise, not only for a few short years, but for endless ages. Ants have a way of working at the right time ; they gather their food w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Production of New South Wales and Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Production of New South 'Wales and Victoria. The Australian Year Book for 1888 gives the following as the relative production in the items named of this oniony and Victoria : Victoria N. S. Wales. Wheat, bushels ? 13,398,765 4.095.849 Oata, „ i: ? 4,1562,880 394,762 Barley. ? 95G.478 84.533 ?Maize, „ ? 318,551 4,953,125 Other cereals, bushels ... . 746,900 ,2-1,038 Potatoes, tons ? J98.225 01,455 Hay, toils ? 024,122 2)0.097 Wine, gallons ? 1,167,874 666,382 Victoria, in 188f, only produced on 161,250 acres, which has been increased nipre . than eighty times over ; whiles wo, who had 126,829 acres under crop in 1801, just prior to opening the country by selection, have now only 4,860 acres in cultivation, or about one-third of the acreage of Victoria. These facts ought to convince any considerate per ' 8 Hi what fiscal system is the most kciisjipii I lor extension of agriculture. p

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.D. 2000 [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

%W?ms^sm7^ ?Sra^'Joi,nJs'LVoGEt;- tlio- Premier ijf. New ZeAloiid, has justrcpnie ^pfofp ^jie^^rj^ jis^ W|'wrifrf flf ^'np^ol entitled f'^^t-i'S.QP0,5or? ''WbhVttiiV -Destiny. ' ' The\. Ipidpn^j i--»$^ Jfeios, speaking ef the work, eays.i^Evetyfl (jjjwy wants to Know . sometlnng about the year 2000,'br something about the destiny of woman, ond most persons would be glad '.to' ienrn^a 1 ittie about both. The . vol u mo— : - there'JB but one— :is- interesting, therefore,; from iU coyer onwards, aticl not merely from its title-page. ' A.D. ,2000' is a dream, but' a dream with -a purpose. ' It is one of those faEciiiatiug'fdrecasts of the perfectibility of man which are apt to beguile the leisure of the sluggard of liitnlligonco as he lies late abed on Sunday forenoons. It shows us what t.he world \vill be like in exactly 1}1 years 'from the present day, and, as an' introduction to that, picture, its probable' conditipniii; the. year of grace 1920. j By that Hnfft -tlib''nch people will...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Education Report [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

S&noatioa Ssport. Tue following is a summary of the report of the Minister for .Instruction forJ|888 :— The year's work may be summed upas follows — 1 14 new schools, - or 117 departments were opened ; 2271 schools, or 2463 departments, were in operation during the' whole or some part of the year; and 2237 schools, pr 2428 departments, were iii existence' at its close. The school accommodation was 'equal to 181,357 places. The net increase of schools from 1861 to 1888, exclusive of the certified denominational schools closed in 1882, waa 970. The school population (4 to 15 years) was 295,316 ; and the statutory school popula tion (6 to 14 years), 212,774 ; showing an increase since 1861, the date of the last census, of 65,456, or 44 per cent. 186,692 pupils, showing, as compared with Hie return for 1887, an increase of 2632, attended State schools. 151,504, or 81 '2 per cent., were of the statutory school age, and 35,098, or 18-8 per cent., under or over that age, 185,329 pu...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farming Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

m ..to Ffirmittg Kotos. «??- ? -?? . Thb1 fclieapestl'gftfWili1 ik'Vt»nw« ,°» ?5?DnR. animals ^fftfJer^iiB'Wiaturiiig'ftVridH the.' cost of \£»1A iHcft&h'ra.paiy^t^re 86o1)1e itlie' ?time ftfe;enMmfi»%W ¥3#*ir' olibrjT' thiw ^liereks liut^iibtle m^'3&n%n'e$Rtf 'of ibV foot/neel go for'niaihiten'aMcey'pBy doubling the +iriib of1 feeding1 we.Mve'thD profitf°of f&aWg.^ «w-V«* '-:i t''.-';:il ?/'1'-. -'Ji-- «!s ia$Wh-g^h'£'?ffecOf certiiijf ?oo9s ujpnW' tnfe;;grpwtli'df pi^s,' It isstated tliat tlireu l'6ts were1 ftrti t-ii6,bu''l-ippd,:oiio.ou'pi;as, and 'the 'other teh cork' Jtia, ii'rat '?|ot''isljo^ ( ;8;1« per djnt^ofWy.'WiV1 'Jurat,' 'tile1 'spcorid ,'Iof 8.86 fin'd'the tliiWJ C.UB. Oi fcr'^JiV'nrst iiot 8lipwi!rt'1tJ.22'\iiT1'ji-iilv tliv. swoiid lot 6.17, andih.'-'UiiWl9.4i:: '; ?'_; ', ' ' ' :' ''.';. ;it is the : send thnt ' ''cx)iiiu«ts in fruit production. ?' This is vspeciftjly nue of large seL-ds inclosicil lit sl'oliei ' 'Tin1 proportion ni sei'd't...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Something about Butter Factories. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MaCQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

'Somethisg about Butter Factories.. : TO.TUZ SUITOR OF. THE PORT MACO.UARIE KtCWU. Dear Sir, — As we see by the last i6sup of the Port Macguarie Areto«'that there is some prospect of a butter factory being formed on the Hastings River, we shall be pleased to furnish yourself or any of your readers with detailed oarticulars relating to the above. As you will probably have seen, we had a working dairy on a small scale in operation at. the Grafton exhibition,' which in a large. degree .promoted several' Meetings on the Clarence, llivcr among the dairymen and graziers, ??? ?; . i . . , Theiparfcicularii we should 'be pleased to -6upp)y would: iuclude the cost of a dairy factory ? of- aiiy magnitude -'to lie .ivqrkwi liy ^(eam or hovsts power, and Ivith tho^selection of thfreistylesiof the best cream: sfipuratprs ljiade.i .The one;js the iinproved Danish, (iko, that Wliidli was (in. the wdrking dairy under our eooirol tit the 'Sydney Centennial Exhibition, and wns awarded first prize, ' ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Teetotalism and Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Teetotaiism and Drunkenness. Ik his charge to the grand jury at Glamorgan Assizes, lately, Mr. Justice. Grantham said it had been brought home to him very clearly since lie had been in the principality that the crime of perjury was remarkably rife there. Referring to the great agitation about the W/^lfJi G ti ii/3 a xt O.lrteiiw* A /^f liic Ini*slcliivi coin unfortunately the drink question had always been made a political ouo, and it was owing chiefly to this that they had done so little real good. Teetotaiism would never make people drink temperately and moderately, und it would never present drunkenness. If people would drink, it was ever so much better that there should be some means to keep it within bounds than to drive it into clubs and shebeens. His experience went to show that there was more drunkenness where there was more teetotaiism, and less drunken ness where there was more drink. People saw no harm, and there was no harm, in drinking a glass of beer. Tliat being so, w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Petition against Messrs. Young and Roberts THE PROTEST DISMISSED. FRIVOLOUS AND VEXATIOUS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

The Petition agaiast Mossra. Youag aadEoljerts. THE PROTEST DISMISSED. FE1VOLOUS AND VEXATIOUS. - . ? CBv .TELisonApn.) . - -? -? -k . Svdket, Friday. ahk Ciiecuons ana vjuu--uca;uoi\s uom niitteehas decided that tho return of Messrs. Young and Roberts, for tlie Hastings and 'Manning electorate, was perfectly formal, and that the petition was frivolous and vexatious.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Red Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

The lied Sea. Bkwbkv Arabia and the African coast lies the long gulf, or inland salt water, familiarly known as the Red Sea. In reality, says Countries oftlw. World, it is a basin, which forms the lowest part of the deep valley, bounded on the east by the Arabian hills, and on the west by the African highlands. In all likelihood, tbe sterile -sandy tracts on either shore before the highlands are reached at one time also formed the bed of the sea. At present the gulf is about 1400 miles in length, aud from 20 to 230 miles in breadth, while its greater depth varies from 1054 fathoms to from 3 to 30 or 40 in thp. shallow Gulf of Suez. Its shores are, however, everywhere bordered by coral reefs, which, combined with tbe prevalence of rocks, shoals, and violent winds, make the navigation of the Red Sea dangerous. The coast line, broken up by bays, gulfs, and promontories, forms the seaward boundary of Abyssinia ar J, part of Arabia and Egypt, but there are ftl , * a number of islands in ...

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 — 18 May 1889

WE PAUSO & Co., LM, 'Victor' Piano M . £4i; 'Belling' Piano at £S«, brat valoo proaumtile. ? TXf A.NTED, Public to Know, Pykc'S In PltMt T T i-s'flnc.v. Is the largest Time Payment Funtltli tng Warehouse in the Colonies. Goods Fonwutieil. EMTISTKY COMI'LETKLV FAIDLESS.— IWr. Beapby, D.S., ? 47 M-irkot Btroct, Eydncy. rnnu national mjituotu l. and l Co/ritiu JL K0 Pitt street, Sydney. Flol Deposits re. clred at highest current rutna. Unquestionable security. ? I, A H HEM AN n:d CO, Phutncnylicni l)y Kpccla' V Appointment to bis Uxcclloucy the Governor, 816 Gcoijrcjitreet: ? WOTNGJKimVO. ranntfChniiMfttiil for par tlculnrs. Fonrarried Free, by Boyd nnd King, Auctioneers. Wtt-ttrn-t, fiyfricy. ? GOODLET onil dMrrn. Pinto Gluts. Timber, Mid Gilrnntal Iron Merchnnts, Drain Pipe Sfunu facturera, 498 Guorpc-strcot, fiydnny. ? ?VTi;nVGUSNi;sS,ltsc.iU6ewidourc by an eminent !1 MJ». New Method of treatment free on cppllivillin. Bov IS). O.P.O., Sydney. ? QAULKIfS Ph:ino.'.cr, 78 Klngs...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Amending Land Bill THE SECOND READING BRILLIANT SPEECH BY THE MINISTER FOR LANDS SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

W®^$&&$^vsl sm, -i ? '? .Tg^BGdfNDMEkDING. ' 5 -n!: fiisiwiq xtiMuitM:±?d*ilibat}6 for ' 3J»T 1 :-.1* ?-.i Biffi£-i.iA»raifePE!Ebmi)i5 this *l;li :'i --r.i. (iUi^TELK(HliiPn.) ,\ii..- viv; r. «?-*!. sSYDKnr.'ThurBday. . ,?: Both 6ides:of ithe-flouso Jieartily clipered ^ho.Miuiateri.for .Lai^. (Mr. (Bru^ker), nt thoi.comineneeDient orid tonritnation'of Iiis' speech on itiie- second reading ' of -tJie Land Bill., ' ..,?- ,-.u-...J-.-i...'iw:.: , '-. ? ': .. . ' , ;Mr.Brunkor«aid. that:. the -objpet of: the inoasure was to show a fair consideration to the pastoral icnants, and to consult; the interests. -if 'the -conditional purchaser land' -selector. *???'; ?' -i '? ?? -: ! ?' ' ''. v As ;,: far ; aSt.«)H'di(innal pui-chasfi'rs' were concerned, it «:ns.-pi'ovjdoil that 41io}' should toko ^fossc ;sion amtiiiifHiili'lynftcr application. iA.ii/»!xt-'iid»d-iar'-a!*'iH'ivlBO'ilp nllowwdi tSifiin iipAo;3280^nitJ3['Sftii : if be- 'Eastern Division, flsp^inlnrba^^ifiv^ niso.li...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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An Eccentric Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

&a Eooentrio Editor. Many people in Port Macquarie have heard of Mr. Joseph McKay, the editor of the NorthCooul ?Vmeg ; but f ii\v amongst us are in the habit of reading his journal. ' Joseph,' the name by which Mr. McKflj is familiarly knowr., has a dreadful weakness for quarrell ing wiiu nib ueifjHuuurs ; ana ne never seems to be at ease unless some poor unfortunate individual is receiving a 'castigation at hie hands. But that has nothing to do with us, as we have not, as yet, been called upon to defend ourselves against the strictures of Mr. McKuy. Our province in noticing him thus far is to give our readers a ' short' extract from a leading article iu the last issue of his paper. The novelty of the paragraph is in its originality, and more particularly in its length and absence of meaning. The extract is contained in one sentence, and occupies no less than forty lines of the Times. It is a sample of many of similar length that appear from time to time in the journal in q...

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

,/ ?? Jnuj|^pifci|Lr; ' ; : ? - / '-- {ftwi^MtffeV . The ice conditions naturally present the: most interesting ; and characrerifltie features of the Antarctic rcgiouB. is .^Ch'e yoyigeiy tpn_ leaving the temperate roho to penetrate into the frozen -waters of the Far South, would .require to have a very considerable knowledge »f navigation among ice as his cmei equipment ana in oraer to tuukc any length of stay here, he would need a vessel . of more, than ordinary' strength, capable of withstanding an occasional ' nip' from tht battering-rams of the dangerous floes. . What is the life-history of these floating ice-islands and icebergs! They are all shed from the parent ice-cap that surrounds the Pole. Extremes of frost and the gradual projection of the ice-cap into the sea are the causes of their disruption. Here, for centuries, perhaps, the great ice-cap grows and moves like a living thing. Bach season a fresh layer of snow is added to its thick ness, which the rays of the sun conv...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Food for Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Food for Thought. I have four L'oud reasons for being an abstainer. M y head if clearer, my he .lih in better, my heart is lighter and my puivie heavy. — Di . Outline. It is self-snciilici! wliiuli in uouittleos coses oHb the wheels uf life, relieving distress, soothing sorrow, bringing j.iy into families, cementing friendship, (.?mluuiiiig men to one another and lessening an tne nuiutiis 01 mo Wtt live in duals, not yearn, iu thoughts, not brcattiB ; In feelings, not iu figures on n dial. We should count time by heart throbs : He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, aits the best. Tho MicccBgful man in every department of life first respects himself, then iiis vailing. A man that respects himself will be reapecUil by others, and lie who respects bis calling, too, will make both Jionoiiiahlo. , There is nothing like courage iu misfortune ; next to faith in God ami in His over-ruling provi dence, a man's faitli in himself is his salvation. It is the secret of all power and ...

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

7n-^r£'y0a&3mMBi-q .??? . ???? ' 7i1'ii):*i.-i j.iMi.i-tV'.'.i.i ,?:}?-;. -i-fi'M '- HowinuclijtliebiartiJiay.lfear.AqiljJ'etflotlirqiiki '' ? ' ' noWiniidi'tliefleai may suffer sud jiot diol ..f ?;., :.i Of¥oul-prMiy;oHng8!6ifrieu3'm6i»ti?gh.: ?-''?'. . DeaUi.'pbpoaes itis owptiiiie'j tHUliatUatu^mi t- i, , ?-. . ??! ? W«: shrink and shudder at£he=8tlrgeotiVtaiife— ?; , , ., . BttClifiien'elraeoiUngfromtheichieliBteel,1 'vw ', W^eodge^eero^iKarejaK/ortfefiiqiafOTNglvfe; Ye* to our sense the bitter pamjs reveal. - TUat^ttH;WWohgh' ti(eH-«U^iiCTah TpWort)1,'; ; : We gee a sorrow risj lie 'in .bur Way, ' ' ..,' ', n-i Aodtry toflBefrbiii'tliy&piiroacli'in^iH;' j ' ' , , , Wo feec Mine ematl «aciiye— wi'itaep anil 'ptaiy— '' Bat wjiou the MowjfiiHa,tbe»i-|iirli«arts:are still. Now ttydt the pain teof. its sharpness phoni—/, But tlnuk'itiau }-c boroje. \Ve wiud our life about another, life, , ?, , ; We liold it closer, dearer tlian our own — Anon it faints auii.falla in ...

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

Mil. KEMM* ^I3'Sr W^UCHOPE KYRR;X , Port Wacq«arie. PKOPRIETOE. fTHHE obove Hostelry is replete with every JL modern convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE akd SHOWEE BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. g^- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^S THE WTOES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., ARE Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FJRSTCLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO JJY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. T3ABY OU'mrUNU DKl'AKTAlliN 1' ...-.-. Shopping by Post. rurejiasesof m andupwaids CARIUAOIv PAID, to any railway station or aeuport iu tho Colony- ; ? rNFVtNTR Shirts, trimmed, embroidery, and Lace, 6d. 9d, If 6d. to 5s. each. INFANTS Night Gon-iis, Long Cloth Frills And Embroidery, 3s, 3b 6d, tu'Gs, each. INFAOT.SNig'.itOo«-nBflaimeI,58.1i10srW INKAJTCS l-ay Ooans, Trimmed, Toivhin, Valenciennes )ju«s, 1'ucked and Feathered, JOaftl, )2sBat6 30s.i^ ROUES, useful au/Wretty, 9s Gil to 21s. CHRISTENING lWbea, 35s to 200s. CLOAKS, S...

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