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

Ashes. Wrapped in a sadly tatternd gown, Alone I puff my briar brown And watch the ashes settle down In lanil'ent flashes ; While thro1 the blue, thick, curling haze I strive with feeble eyes to Raze Upon the bait-forgotten days : That left bat ashes. ? '? ?? ' Again'We'wandei' through the lane ,. ? Deaeath the elms and out again, Across the rippling fields of grain : Where softly,|ilashes A blender Wook 'mid banks of fern. At every sigh my pulses burn, At every thought I slowly turn And find but ashes. What made tny fingers tremble so As yon wrapped skeins of worsted snow Around tliem, |SW with movements slow And now with dashes ? Maybe 'tie smoke that blinds my eyes, Maybe a tear within them lies ; But as I puff my pipe there (lies A cloud of ashes. Perhaps you did not understand . How lightly flames of love were fanned. Ah, every thought and wish I've planned With something clashes 1 And yet' within my lonely den Over o pipe, away from men, I love to throw aside my pen a * And (s...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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"A Friend, Lads, a Friend." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

;'& Friend, Lids, aPriead.' .'' Of all the good gifts that in royalest measure ' Drop down to the earth from the beautiful skies, A friend, lads, a friend is the fittest to treasure— A friend with a, soul .in. his straight-looking eyes ; A near one, a dear one. a t-tcrliug aud sound one, Scarce twice IB lie found in our life's wonting day ; ? ? ? Tlinnk God with rejoicing if only you've f otiud one, And Jove htm and keep linii tor ever and aye. ' ??? Ah.'comradea enow (be it said witli dccoium), . . You'll get for the asking iu hamlets and towns, . ; Who gaily will empty Hie giasses you pour -'em, And laugh at your sallies ami borrow your.crowns. ' But those jolly birds are of volatile feather ; They fly with the autumu and come with the spriug; If clouds are presaging a change in the weather. They'll bid you good-bye with a flick of the wing. A friend, lads, God bless him 1 warm-hearted, stout banded. He's loving and loyal and always the same ; ' But still, to your follies ...

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

Local and General News. School of Abts.— The committee of the Port Macquarie School of Arts met on Mon day last, when there were present — Messrs. Hales (president), J. Hayward, Macdonnell, Welch, Oavauagh, Jennings, Craven, E. Edwards, Davidson, F. Hayward, Hutley. Fly mi, Spence, nnd Davis (lion, secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The revised rules wero read by Mr. Macdonnell ; after which it was proposed that they should remain in abey ance until the next general meeting, so that the committee and members would have an opportunity of perusing them before being printed. Mr. F. G. Martin's letter, asking for a refund of 10s charged for the use of the hal! for the purpose of holding a meeting to form a Cinderella Club, was not received, the committee endorsing the action of the secre tary. Mr. Melville's letter, requesting that the School of Arts be opened from 2 till 5 p.m. on Sundays, was received ; and it was agreed, by a majority of one, tha...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Wreck of the Mary Campbell. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

The 'Wreck ol the Maty Campbell. 10 THE EDITOB OF THE POET UACQDABIE NEWS. hir, — 1 noticed in your issue ol Saturday last a report taken from the Sydney Daily Telegraph re the above wrack, and lioir tlic captain and cre«r were comfortably aesimmodatc'd at the pilot's' tobi dencc. Now, sir, if the small act of kindness shown to those men while in Port ia worthy of mention, would it hurt to have eaid Uibx they wore comfortalilyacconimodnteil at the pilot .station, or liy the pilot and hie boatmeu,- instead of reporting it so oiic-siiied and nlnusiblc. — Yours. &c; * A HESiRENT.

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

Frivolous aad Vexatious. After much delay the Elections and Qualifi cations Committee has delivered its verdict upon' the petition lodgeoUbytMr. H. McKin non against Messes. 'Young and Roberts, members for the Hastings and Manning electorate. Ibe petition lias been dismissed, as might have been expected, on the ground that it was both frivolous and vexatious. No one will regret this verdict, unless it is those upon whom expense will fall, as it is very evident that the petitiou was got up in great haste, and founded upon false rumours. This being so, a total collapse -followed as a natural consequence, and the moving spirit has injured his political chances for the future beyond recovery.

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

Public Meeting. (FKOM A t0ERB8P0NDENT.) One of the best meetings ever held on the Upper Hastings took place on Thursday, the Stli inst.j when ladies hnd gentlemen to the number of about forty, put in their appear ance at the Traveller's Rest Hotel, for the purpose of hearing something further about protection, and more particularly of forming a branch of the Protection League here. At about 7 o'clock ^!ie large dining room ''of' tlio liotel was wejl fillcrl ; and &Ir. John CoonibeS' proposed, and Air.' Eoss: seconded;' Ihal' ?\Mr7' ?John Wallis take the'ehair. ' ; '-: ??' :-' The Chairman,'1 in a few wfell-cho^Bn remarks, explained the object of the meeting; and stated that Mr. Ruthvon would-be wil= Jing to an6*Rr any questions' that might .lie put to him. ; ' ?Mr. Ruth ven' ?was tlifen called 'upon ^to address the meeting, and on coming forward he was received With 'cheer's. I ntlrunabic to follow Mr. 'tluthven if. hisspepch, and must content UTyself 1jy 'saying 1iTs~remark...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Federation versus War [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Pele^SETeMuTWar. '' : ''' [^J^'flF^^^ ^*fimmUp-l.Saikvi.Jt'l,ii Tne tabular statement giVon below, -showing the. amount oj the standing armies of, Europe,: even when on b , peace .footing, will convey, BOiiieidua of tlm waste of human energy in volved, to say libLhiug ,'of the cost of their maintenance. Tlmt a substitute for war. should be found, and eventually; must be' found, is itow pretty well established, but a serious and very difficult question arises — How is that substitute to be provided 1 The subject is one surrounded truly with tremen dous difficult!'*, for it must bu remembered that hardly a nation wcis'i in Europe whio'a ?dqe» not wish for something it has not got, but winch is possessed by some other nation'-' ality, and there is scarcely a single Power which does not desire to do EOmetiiiug con ducive to its . own ? prosperity, but which. . would essentially militate against the iiiter 9. eats of others. Still, though the difficulties nie, no. doubt, very great, they...

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

:~ He I^ Coming- Kg^n ? '-' ?.???''?' ^ . /. . '?-. ''.-'' of the ? ; i; ? ,:-?. ' ? .'. J :v' . ? . ''?'* '.'. FAMfLrF EMPORIUM. J.H. bftgs to tli^iilr tlie inhabitants of Port Maoqiiarie and the surround ing districtfor tlieir liberal support during thep^i; six years, and hopes by.gtickuig to liis old motto, . ' Small Profits and Quick Returns,' t- secure a,cqntin.uance of tkeir favours. -? , J.H. begs to announce tiie arrival of tlie following goods : Splendid fiange of Cashmeres ? (IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES), STRIPED CASHMERES, MEKINOS, HO^IESPtTN'S, &c Millinery. This department 1ms hud special attention, in the purchase of the MOST FASHION' ABLE HATS and BONNETS for Uie present season ; FEATHERS, Ac, in ^real variety. Fura&faing. CRETONNES, SHEETINGS, CURTAINS, QUILTS, TOILETS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, and I B X* A. JST JEiZ JEB T S (AU Colors.) Mercery. fn this deparraent will l»e found Ci'ery requisite for Gentieineiis' Wear. Men's Under Vosls (light and heavy weight...

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Popular Errors About Snakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Popular Errors About Saakes. Kisa Solomon acknowledged thnt there were ' three things which are too wonderful for me, yea, four which I know not,' nnd one of these was ' the way of a serpent upon a rock,' and for years the mode of progression of a snake remained to men of science as much a mystery as it was to Solomon. It is thought that tiie absence of limbs is a great disadvan tage IKuakes, but tho fact is their ribs take tho place of limbs, so that, instead of having two pairs, thoy sometimes have over 200. Aristotle thought they had as many ribs ns there are days in the month, but, in fact, the number varies, and reaches 400 in pythons. The movements of the snake's ribs have been likened to those of a caterpillar's legs. Each vertebra supports a pair of ribs, which act like a pair of legs, having the extremities connected together by a broad plate; the hind part of this plate is free, and when the ribs are movpd forward this end is raised so thnt. it. tnkns hnlri of nnv rnnshnaB...

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Germaine. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Germaine. CHAPTER III. ',I Kay, Jack, look here. A kinglishei-'s u.'Sl with eggs iu it !' ? ' Oil ! wiiei-pj How awfully jolly ! Ill lie there in u. %#iulding.' ^ A boy, oi- rather a very, very young man, was kneuling on the extremely moist soil of an islet ucar tbu bank of a river ; you could sec hul-! of him but a pair of bare muddy f«et sticking out behind, for be was bowed lilto u worshipping fakeer before some small hidden shriiiH iu thu sodjjy sido of the islet, and looked from the river-bank I ike some big gray fungus or B-mpUiljious creature cf those longpast ages, when reptiles and fish grew to such unpleasandy large dimensions; thu blmpclfSB heap was a gray-coated back, and the red and muddy tontacula were his legs. lie was not in the least surprised to be answered by a girl's voice. Ho called 'come — quid:,' us if he had expected it. You would have looked round in vain for another of liL'i sex to'unswer to tiie naiuo of Jack, and t'leu you would haw looked at thu six fret...

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Latest Special Telegrams LONDON, May 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

r, 'TrtiW-a -asn^iSiKF vfao Iwsm Tm$i$'mmj;±' [?] : ' Harfy OfaUiuv!of ;fiom-,A\fst?^i lite' ,'?' in tlie ftpuse'bf,^ofnnibi)s;n '?*??' 1'^*K ''*', :'?'?'{ Bii.' The'ffioft3n;in;jtbe House of /Commons for the dfsostaWisVmeht it theI'Ob1urch tii Wales' was Iqfct l-£ 284tb 231: ;.';?; *-^--^i [?? [ .-????'?? ' A 1-aiid',of 1;l)i^hwBymen''iittb.6Wecl the ? Treasury' pscort In Arizona: ' iSijjh't of; Ihe ? escort were wounded nod* five' Killed. -TIip rolibers decampnd ?with : tliirty ''tliouSdud dollars:' ' ~ ' ????-' '?? Lpfttbnin Bright; eon-, of Abe late Jobn . Bright, is about to vifii.t Australia. ? ' ? The . Buipeiror . -^iliam .warned thf. dopu: tation from tlifi,^\[eslplialja .coljiors xtljat be would employ alliliis powers to Euppne^s 'any socialistic, agitation, ,and.,,if?,tlie,/iuih-prll4-&3' ,-yc»;e, resisted ., every. fpau. taking oart.^oujd , W fch'oji. ..Tiie strilcc: causes .49. , daily jpss tiff1 tliepapitol invested, iff,, the^..-;olJierJes|)f''^A! : niiUi^u ma...

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

CELEBRAto ORIENT CLOTHING, -* -'' ' TOE ? TBB MOST ACCURATELY ^FITTING, DURABLE AND RCONOMftAL, PBOC0RABLE IK THE COLON*. SHOPPIVO 8Y POST. SEND FOR SAMPLES. ; PBOTIEMWTSFIBSTQUAUTY SUITS, ? 33b 6d , 7^ EXTRA .. „ ? 40s I SPBCIAl. '* ' ? 47sBato«)i . ,, CHOICE WORSTED &c,SOrrS ... 60s J „ .^iRKGOlATION SERGE ,. - 40s v. . ... I „ '^CHEVIOT : „. ,. »? 45b j BLACK WORSTED SAC „ - 65s *, „ „ „ COATS ... 28s 8d WALKING,-, «? 35s and 39s 8d !, TAY TWEED TROUSERS ??? I0B6dl2s6dl4s6diuidieeM ' „ WORSTED ., ... 15s6ai8a8dand»0B6tt ! BLACK ,, ,, ??? 16s 6d 18b 6d ana 20b ,, „ DOKSKIN „ — 20s Patterns, Diagrams and directions for self-measurement sent post free to all parts of the - colony* ' ? . ? ' DAVID JONES & COMPANY, OTVTJEiJXri! OLOTHIBBS, Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. NOTIGE. A forward movement in tbe Interest of Hie Farmers, Producers, and Ship pers of Maize, Timber, aud Produce of aU kinds. To tiie Farmers, Storekeepers, Skip pers and other...

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The Educational Value of Outdoor Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

The Sluc&tio&al Talus of Outdoor Games. Organised play produces a most useful offuct. Jt trains the boy to do correctly just what he is told to do, and, while ' his spontaneous actiou is encouraged, he is kept ever ready to act according to circumstances. Play is hualthful ; so is the alternation of mental work and active play. In mental action the brain centres probably act in stimulating our another ; in play the muscles nre stimulated !iy the l-raiu centres, aud the purely mental action is diminished. Thus play is not merely muscular exercise, but a change in the kind of brain action, and probably of the action of the special centres. Even if tlm fact were not well established the physiologist would expect to find that moderate athletics and succuss in mental work are Dot divorced from one another. This is well illustrated in the list of scholar ships recently gained by the boys of St. Paul's School ; all the athlptic leaders are named in the list. The pendency to...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Interesting Discoveries in Rome. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Interestlag1 3)Umv«4«i in Itomo. Whuk nome Kpsif* were being made raocmly in the facade of the Capitolme Palaoft in Rome, .remains of the wicieut incdi;nijil palace were found with some of its ecul|-l»ral and pictoral ornaiueute.' Those consist of various coats of urjpei, douljtUtss lielonging to that period, previous to tlio sixtoeiith centur/, jn which foreign senators rulod the city, ft was, the Builder says, a general custom in Italian cities to perpetuate the memory of magistrates who had held their. office in a praiseworthy maune.r Ity painting their arms on the' walls of the municipal palace— a practice esppnially more observed iu Eomcv. It had lienn supposed that tiiosft records had Imen destroyed iu the course of suhscquent repairs ; but it lias been found, on the contrary, that many of these arms are still in their places, and others havo been used as building material in lhn con struction of the modern Capitol. The coats of arms that have been discovered belong to Various...

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 — 18 May 1889

UELItnOKS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CnnncH of EnRLAvd.— Rollands Plains 10 30, Telegraph Point 2-30, Port Macciumic 7.15, Rev. II. Wilson. Also on May 20— Becoliwood lOf 0, Enms2-30, Hart Macqiurie 7' IS, ltcv, R. Wilson. Wksi.eyan.— Beech wood II, Kan-don Island 3, l'ort Moctjuaric 7-15, Bcv. J. Vnvker; Port Mac quaric 11, Mr. J. Scconibe; Kunis 11, Mr. A. Musoio; Blaokinan's Point 3, Mi. (i. Uarrctt ; ])lackmau's Point 7'15, Mr. Malcolm. Pbkshytkhian. — Upper Catudcn Haven (Me Leod's) 11, Kendall 3, Lanricton 7, Uev. R. David son. Alsoou May 26-Huntiujjdon 10-30, Wancliopo 2 30, Port Maoquaric 713, Rev. U. Uaviduou.

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

- The FUgtt of ;,Time. - Qiiick 81 onr thought, or as a«onrscr fleet, y lime sweeps along to Us eternal goal % The past, tbe present, and the futui-o meet Kre we can ma-k tbe minute* as they roll. Uow Ik at present! Now 'tis fled away. Emerged in deep Abyaos of the past j Nor for an instant will the future stay, ?'?? - Howe'cr bur gaze imploringly we oust, Or pray for a'Tnicf gn&ce the present time to last. Immeasurably gviil ii alt around; Good glttirus unuu us in our infaut tine ; Onoil nukes the youtl.fd heart with joy rebound, And gminttz crown* our manhood iu its prime. Hut fleeting still is ail the good we prize ; Nor know, we of tea wueu the Hood in given Tib the last bleating clours our clouded eyes. Tlien do wo mourn the gift which time hat riven. Tint lijiudljrwe have spurned the good that caute /rom Heaven. Think, then, Ujat tame, tlio' flatter than a bird, ' May yield some moments of enduring good, ? Tliat present worth must over lie preferred To future bliss, wh...

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 — 18 May 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ... Sydney Markets. ?- ? [Dy ISlkotbic Tklkuuaiii.] . Thursday. Mr. »V.-J. Robinaon quotas— IJostmsdzo 3s 4d, enf t front 2a Od ; , pigs, fill. Mr. Jolm )lridj»ii quotes— Hides, brisk, at current niton, prime heavies 3£d to 3jd, ordinary tiiuvics to »S-1, medium woiguts 2jd, liglitx 2|d to 2grt, I sold 1750 ; tallow, 308 per ton bettor, I sold 1 82 casks at i'22; sliocpaklns, very brisk, butchers' early shorn fckins average 4(iil each, station -skins BJd to 6d per ll- ; kangaroo ekins,:l-ri»k, I sold 25.000. which was tlie lieat sale of the day; largest 120d each, small to 2.id ; opossnm bkins, eelliug splendidly, up to 16d for bnst, iiioliuin' Cd to''d.

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One of the "Unco Guid." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Oaoof the ' Unco Guid.' A remarkable illustration of Burns' ' Unco Guid' has just occurred in tlie We of Man. The individual in question ie (lie Rev. J. Forrest, of St. Andrews' Cliurcli, Douglas, Isle of Man, who has juBt resigned hi1-, charge of ' the cure of bouIe.' Jt appears that the resignation arose out of d'iUurencos between Mr. I'orrcst ana ins pinsmonRrs. j tin former eaid : — ' My office-bearers have, with one or two exceptions, thwarted my efforts, and now they have dared to do what must sever the pastoral tie. On January 25 a majority of thorn sat down ion Burns suppnr, and on Sabbath last to the Lord's supper. The Christians are horrified, and your humble servant overwhelmed with pain and porrow. This is tlio second time my oflicp-bearere liavo so acted. Lost year I reasoned with them, and now I despair of any reform.' Rev. Mr. Lindif, who had visited Doug'ns to inquire into thn matter, said only one-third of tlio %ldcrs had attended flio; turns' supper, nnd though hn ...

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

Butter Factories. Tub question of establishing butter factories in these Kortliurii districts is receiving more than ordinary attention at the present time ; and indications are apparent that ere long tin; butter and«cheo£o industry will secure tliat consideration its importance deserves. It is unnecessary for us to direct attention to tlie prosperous condition of tie various companies now in existence on the South Coast, where the butter and choose industry has benn carried on so successfully for sonic years, and lms proved a source of great profit to all who have embarked in tlie under taking. Some of our readers will, no doubt, remember the first step taken to establish a factory in the Southern districts, and with what rapidity it was followed by a like movement iu other centres of population, with the result that there are now some dozens of these factories flourishing in tho various centres of the Southern Coast. Through the removal of several farmers from tlie Uaiiiden distri...

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

WA1X1NG-AYEW1,— On tlie lOtli Marcli, 1889, ntSt. Peter's Chui-ch,' M'odllooinooloo, by t|ie liuv. T. B. Xrcss, Kodbrt Jaukb,* tlie eldest son of UouEjtT Walling, of. Sydtioy, to7.Dt.u, Eceond eldest daughter of _ James Udbk^am \Veub, of tile Hastinga'RIvorj'Port Micquarte. — -? — ♦ ? .:- ., , SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1889.

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