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Money in Land from Mills. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 18 May 1889

Money in Land from ULiXk. Tjie value of pasture land to be drawn from milk, butter nud cheese is only just dawning upon tho minds of owners on the Northern rivers ; but when once this is realised to its full extent, wo urcdicc that a cood deal of the land now devoted to growing crops, which find a most uncertain market, will be turned to tho more profitable use of feeding milch cows. The reason that butter and cheeso iu New South Wules have brought vory irregular prices is owing to the fact that the market has always been loaded with inferior stuff'. The great bulk of what has been mado — and we ore now speaking more particularly of butter, has been manufactured by people quite incompetent for the work ; unacquainted with the natural laus which underly the process of converting milk into croam and butter, and too often, wo fear, regardless of the necessity of cleanliness, so imperative in this particular manufacture. To secure the best results, the factory system of butter-making wi...

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

The Agricultural Society. Tim time has again arrived when members of tho Fort Macquurie and Hastings District Agricultural Society are called upon to make choice of officers and committee to carry, on the operations of thin useful institution d urine the ensuing year. The financial year will end in June next, when a statement of accounts, and a report upon the year's operations, will be submitted to the members, and the new officers will then be chosen. The local agri cultural eociuty has been in oxistenco for five ytfttrs ; and no one will deny that its establishment has been tho means of advancing agricultural and pastoral matters, and especially in the improvement of stock and other animals.*, Tho healthy rivalry between-the various ? exhibitors has induced some at least to better their cattle, horses, pigs, ifca, with the view of beating their opponents at the next show, and the result has been much-desired improvement iu many directions. There yet remains much to be accomplishe...

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 — 25 May 1889

- -Her Majesty the Queen b& declined «' request made by Sir Henry loch that eho will sit for * por trait to t-e presented to the Victorian- Nation*! flallery,;-: ? ? ;;'V ' i :?' \ ? y -.. ;. .' '' ' - ; fTIO ADVERTISERS.— Advertisements not ox JL oeedtnp 16 wonli (two liiiepj will be Inserted in the Port ilacquarie Newt for Is (one shilling) 0ASHv ..,' ^ .. ., - .. ?. BLANKET81 BLANKETS I BLANKETS I Cheap juidOood.^t Edward's ana Sous. , sao^yiyrff bt post. We send samples to all p&ria of Anstra.Ua ffOSt Fre6. By this meausthose residing in the country can Inspect our goods. See the LATEST8TYLKS. Compare thoqnalltios 'anatest the Price*. ' Our goods arc all marked In plain figures, . . and we do not keep unreliable makes. Full ranges of samples are sent by return post, and nil purchases of £2 and upwards are .. '. sent CARRIAGE PAID, to any Railway Station or Beaport in the colony. David Jones and Com»any, FAMILY AND FURNISHING DRAPERS Opposite the General Post Offi...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Desperate Fight in a Railway Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Desperate Fight in a Baihr&y Train. The story comes from Cheyenne that a car load of sixty Scandinavian converts to Mormonism while on their way to Utah, in charge of Elders Marvin and Greely mutinied, and nearly killed their religious leaders. Christian Jenson, one of the moBt prominent converts, had noticed on the trip that Elder Marvin was very attentive to his two handsome sisters, ' and, ? on making inquiries, was surprised to Jearn that both were to marry Marvin on their arrival in Utah. He concluded to act before it was too. late, and took the elder sharply to task for his perfidy. Marvin, however, gave him no satisfaction) and Jensen called on his friends to join him in a mutiny. The more Ignorant and most faithful of the converts sided with the elder, and a terriffic fight ensued. Jensen led an unsuccessful attempt to lynch Marvin with the hell rope., and saved his own life by wrenching a revolver from the elder's hand. Many persons were badly battered in the en cou...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Sir Wilfrid Lawson on Drink. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Sit Wilfrid Lwaouo^ D:ln3c The first annual OTlilib^iieetink^f :thfi '»ujj- ?pdrlerenl thV tfuiwicli'itKJcal Optlbn X^ttneil' was *eld,pn; ^ril-ll~l-in/jMfBlF^ttio.;'jaAl|, EyVlane, Peckham, under the jpresiaeiicy of Mr/-B. Latab. The Rev. H. J, Haffi-r repyed :— '? Tbat in jview oE the enormous public evils and calamities, directly iand in directly caused by the liquor traffic, this meet ing calls upon . th\e Government and Parlia ment, ana an pairjpi-ic ssawanen, w pui. forth strenuous' efforts to pass a measure that will give the people a direct veto pver the issue and renewal of licenses ; in their res-' pepti ye, districts.' , He spoke! strongly in FaVotir of Sunday closing. Mr. .E. Jones Eecqnded the resolution, and Mr. W. John son, M.P., in supporiiiig it saidxhathecould speak'forDlster tliat it. was atone with their brethren in England in advocatingi local optipn. Sir Wilfrid. Lawson, M.P,, who airaB loudly cheered, said this question of -the temperance of. -the country .was...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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An Interesting Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

. An Interesting Story. A CORBESPONDIINT of the Herald w(rites : — It is pleasing to be able to record that, although the differences of opinion unfortu nately separated them towards tlie close of lits lifetime, Mr. Bright never lost the feeling of warm personal admiration for Mr. Glad stone which he had cherished in earlier years. Not very long ago some touching messages Dassed between the two. A very amusing story UBed to he told by the late Mr. Frank Hall, tho artist. While Mr. Hall was engaged on his well-known portrait of Mr. Gladstone lie. happened to visit Mr. Bright, who talked with great interest of his work. After a little :while Mr. Bright, rinkr ing his voice to an impressive whisper, asked Mr. Hall, 'Do you think my old friend 'is quite right in his head?'- A shorf. time afterwards the artist was talking to Mr. Gladstone, and mentioned that he had just seen- Mi. Bright. .' Ah,' said the ex-Premier, fixing his eyes earnestly on Mr. Hall, ' Did anything in my old friend's...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Mean. F. B. Hales, P.M., J. Laurie and F. D. Ross, J.'sP [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Messrs. F. B. Hales, P.M., J,. Laurie and F. D. Ross, J.'eP A. E. Ellis v. James McGilvery.— Claim £3 16s, for goods, &c, supplied. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for amonnt, with costs 19s. (Mr. Ellis then took his seat on the Bench.) H. J. Perrett-v. James McGilvery.— Claim £6 8s 3Jd. tio appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount claimed, and coats 25s. Mrs. Annie Fox, of Port Macquarie, sued Charles Greenland for £9, being balance due on furniture. In this case there appeared to be a good deal of perjury and forgery on one side or the other. The plaintiffs story was to the effect that some two years ago she sold the furniture to Greenland for £12, £3 of which she received, and then offered to take £5 out of the £9 balance if the amount was paid on a certain date. - She also handed in a letter, which she stated she received from Greenland, to the effect that lie (Greenland) would pay her the £6 Bhe previously offered to accept if she would co...

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 — 25 May 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cnnacn of England.— Bcechwoo3 10-30, -Gnnis 2-30, l'ort Macquarie 715, Kev. R. Wilson. Also on ijuiio 2 — 1'ort Macquarie 11 -and 7'16, Rev. H. Wilson. WesieVaK.— Rotlands Plains 10-30, Telegraph Voint 3, l'ort Macqnarie '7-15, ?'Kev. . J. iParkor; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. G. Garrett ; Ennis II, niackinan's 1'oint 3, Mr. 11. Woodlands.; Black man's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Also on June 2 — limiis 11, niackman's Point 3. Port lUcciuavie 715, Rsr.ff. PaHcer; Port Maoquarie II, Mr. G. Garrett; iKawdon Island 2-15, Mr. J. fiecoinbc ; Blackmail's 1-oiut 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. PBEsnvwsniAS.— Huntingdon 10-30, vWuuchope 2-30, PottvMaoouarie:7'15, Kev. R. Davidson. Also on JuneS— EAllftodB Plains 1030, Telegraph Point 3, Rev. R. J)avidson. She pfort ^ftlafquavw %cvi$. ? ? SATURDAY, MAT 26, 3*89.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Camden Haven Police Court. MAY 18. Before Messrs. F., B. Hales, P.M., J. Laurie, F. D. Ross. A. E. Ellis, and H. J. Perr[?] J's. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Camdaa' Harpa T^cp Poart. ,?:-.:. i- ???-? - ???'?ti]ir;n.'- :' r:''' - \. . Before;MESsrs. P..B. Hales, J.M., J. lianVie, F. D. ' -Ross. A..V,.:Ellia. ami H. J. Pflrrotl. .T's.P. J. A. Moutray, ^cliopVteacucr, was charged by.FJ Eiley with' unlawfully assaulting and beatiug his child, but as neither parties answered to their names when culled, the case was struck out.

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The Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Hie Muaicipal Council. Altiiougii Might differences fcav© occasionally taken place between the local municipal body and the ratepayers, we tthink that it will be generally admitted that our civic fathers as a whole have endeavoured to work for the best interests of the borough which thoy ha\e thn honor to ?represent. But while striving to do justice:to the ratepayers of this extensive iminioipality, they have been ve.-y materially hindered by an eccentrie and inij rovident Government. The niotioi moved by tho Mayor At the regular meeting of the Council on Tucsday'last, with reference to the road vote, and Ins remarks thereon, (together with those 1 of 1 the other aldermen ?who supported i)t, -cannot fail to create a feeling of sympathy with the municipal body. As was pointed out, 'bho roads were handed ovit to that l)ody h\ a most disgraceful state, and while, hcfere*incorporation, we were, or ratlior should have been — but we must deny timt we received our duos — the recipients *of...

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The Petition Against Messrs. Young and Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

^o|'^itoa^g|.^|t«BsrsvYouftj; tsaEydjifj/fJUonilng Herald of die 17th instant -^s^j— '*3ic.Jpiei:tion8 and Qualifications jpoin-; mftUJi o? tKe Iggishitive Assembly ) preteuted/ lost *teningi-tUetr report vrith referring to tliejlost(ngi and Manning election. The Committee find ' that Mr. Toiingand Mr. Roberts, the sitting members;' jliave boep duly; elected, and that the petition was frivolous ana vexatious. Out of q, mim-fof '£100 lodged-by-the petitioner, .tjie Committee nave jOAyardod £30 4o. defray the/exMnseB of witnesses. Tim fnllowiui?Aro,.tIie 'retliras.ras found bv the reiurnjng ofBper.and-tbe/Jommitteeirespectively :— The' peturnliyj officer gave Mr.. -Youing 10B5 vote*, and the Committee find that.that was the number rpoorded jn jiis favor.- The returning officer gave Mr. Roberts 1063 voles, and the Committee find that .he had 105$:,/Tliereturiiiut! ofporr gave Mr; W'K'inuBirJOI't voU'8, ninl the Committee give him Jiyj. 'iTlifl Jjctuniing i/lficer jpive; Mr. Riitliven' ...

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Ministerial Re-elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Ministerial He-elections. The bill introduced into the Assembly bv Jlr. Hurley, for abolishing (he practice of' 'compelling ministers to seek re-election at the hands of their constituents, has been passed through Committee; and now awaits the approTal , or .otherwise ofvtlie TJppe.r: House. jLl^iou^l^oi^uiurMmiiuetlmW, the disapproval of. tbe wreniier »nd othor meniVent of Mie Hojuse, we caniseetio very: strong argui^Hnt^fainBti),1 antl' its'' passage. into law will'be highly beuefiuiat and a great saving of time. The chief objection of Sir Henry Parkes was that the cliango would take away a privilege from the. poople, but as a matter of fact it tyould do nothing of tbe kind. As has been pointed out, it simply takes away a privilege from a Yew' favored constituencies. , These constituencies have a chance of embarrassing a Premier — a chance which the other constituencies do not possess. Tf a candidate is considered n't to represent, an electorate in Parliament, it , is hardly proba...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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B[?]chwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Beech-wood. (from o'ub correspondent) A roBLic meeting was held hern on the 10th iast., to form a branch of die .protection league. . Mr. R. J'. Parker was in the chair. There was a very large attendance, which would prove that the majority of debtors on this river are interested iu the. welfare of the national cause. The chairman having stated the objuet for which the meeting was held, *»a1tAr? nti Mr -T T. Ttuf-livnn in rtinvp fbn first resolution. That gentleman, in' propos ing the following — 'That a branch of the protection league. I-p now formed at Beecli wond' — delivered a very effective speech of an hour's duration, in favor of protection to native industries, which was well received, if one might judge by the outbursts of applause which were so frequently given by his hearers, without one sign or sound of dis sent. The resolution was seconded by Mr. D. Bain, and on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously. About twenty five persons then came forward and', enrolled ...

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 — 25 May 1889

Local and Oeaeral News. ? ? TnE Tarbe Oodkoil. — The Echo says :— One of the numerous ways iu which mem bers of the Legislative Assembly coquette with .their constituents is illustrated' by the report , of the proceedings of ' the Taree Council.' Among the correspondence was a letter from *? the' Hon. *J. TL YojjTig,. and Mr. 0. J. Boberts, M's.P.' [the 'C.TH.G.' is omitted] stating that the money for erecting « Vkt*i*lmk af Pmwti'a C\rat^r^ innA -4taAn -' at their request,' included in tlie Supply . Bill, and would probably.be available atft^ce^ f ^t would lie.- interesting to know bow m-uy times that bridge hafl been promised or how' many political votes it is worth. Oh, for a Local Government Act 1.. Taree appears to have been a paradise for pigs, but things are about to be changed. The Inspector of Nuisances has been roused, and is now on the warpath. An aldernfan reported to him that he had found in ' the street' thirteen pigs, and he had taken proceedings against their owners....

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Distinguished Honor. KNIGTHOODS CONFERRED. THE HON. J. H. YOUNG AMONGST THE NUMBER. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Sietingaiffhe& Honor. KNIGTHOODS CONFERRED. THE HON. J. H. YOUNG AMONGST THE NUMBER. (By Tblkgraph.) : . . ? . ? Siditev,- Thursday. Tub Hon. Mr: Bray, -Speaker :ot South Australia ; the Hon. Mr. Davies, Speaker of the Victorian Assembly ; Mr. - Archer, Agent-General for Queensland; the Hon. J. H. Young, Speaker of ' the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales ; j;he Hon. William McLeay, M.L.C. ; and the Hon. Edmund Barton, will receive knighthood on Queen's Birthday. ,

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Camden Haven. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Camdoa Haven. (from our correspondent.) We are having splendid weather here lately, and everything is looking fairly well. Loud and many were the complaints made on the 18th at the beastly state of the road between the Caniden Havori punt and tbe court house, where the water is ankle deep, and in one particular place, about ten yards from the punt, it is knee deep, and lias been in that state for a Rood while. Surely some thing oupht to be done to tins place. There is certainly not a worse piece of rood between Port Macquarie and Taree, and about £10 wSuld put it in good order. I wish Mr.. Baker, our worthy rood superintendent, would come along at the present time and see the state of tho road between the punt and the court house, and I have no doubt he would, if possible, have something done to have it put in repair, as it certainly is a disgrace. This part of the road is much used by pedestrians on their business to the post office and court house. May 20. ? Mr. F. B. Treatt, ivli...

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More C.M.G.'s. G. R. DIBBS AND R. B. SMITH TO THE FRONT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Moro C.M.G.'s. ? G. R. DIBBS AND R. B. SMITH TO THE FRONT. (f±Y TeLEGRAMI.^ Svdxev, Thursday. Messrs. G. R. Dibbs pleader of the Opposi tion), and R.. Burdett Smith (ex-M.P. for the Macleay),' are ? likely to be created C.M.G.'s. . ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

?- ?-??? '. ;-^.5*''*^9^^i%^ ? FAMILY: V^^EMWL '-«v '; J.H. bpge to thanlr the inhabitants of J?ort Macquafieft.«d thesuiTound ing district for their liberal support i durliigjtliife .']-£$t six years, and hopes,' by sticking to his old motto, 'VSmaUPr-2ite and Quick Returns/' to secure , a continuance of their favours, k ; vr,-s -1* J.H. begs to announce the arrival of the following goods : . ? _ ? q Splendid Bange pf €ksnmejce1§ ';. .' . '. '? ?'_?',?? {IN Al&THE ^WESTSHAdIsJ,'. '.,;,,.-?' -'? '/? ??- - V STRIPED CASHMERES, ilERINO^, /HOfflSPUNS, &cx ; : W3$m0i ? ??'?'.? This department has had specinl attMitiou, in the purchase of the MOST FASHION ABLE HATS and BONNETS for the present season; FEATHERS, &c., in great variety. ' . ? ? Furni^mg, CRETONNES, SHEETINGS, CURTAINS, QUILTS, TOILETS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, and ' . 35 3L. A SO' SEZ DE3 *P SS (All Colors.) Mercery. In tliis depnrmont will be found every requisite for Gontleinens' WVar. Men's Under Vesta (l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Solicitor, DoaTeyanDer,.&c, Port Macquarie, ???.. MB. KEMP VISITS WAUCHOPB^EVfiRY THORSDAY RFJsOLAELY: i : , STAR HOTEL; HORTONSTREET, Port , Macquarie.' ^ J. M'DONNOUCH PKOPRIiETOJL ...'-.. THE aljove Hostelry is replete with every ? modem tonvcnieuce. ' ? . ??*-.? Tho Bedrooms are -spacious,,1 lofty, and 'well . ventilated.. : : PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS,. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOtyS. . KF' COMFORTABLE , COMMERCIAL B/OQMl ..T^ j THE WINES, SPIRITS, .BEERS, '&c, :; ??.? ARE .'! , ', .: ,..] . Only of theChoicesti Brands. The Cuisine is JfjiequalledT out of the Metropolis. !': FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO 11Y A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. liAUY OUi'l'TlTlNW liUHAKl'MjCNI Shoppiiw 'by i?06t. ? Piirolmscsof j:2'ii:iilupi;ii-.If CARRIAGE PAID, tu miy railway dt.-tion 01 seupoiliu the Oilohy. INFANTS ShirU.Hrimmcd, embroidery, anil Uue, 6-l..«il, Is 6.1. to 5s. eucli. INFANTS -JJiglitfiowiiB, Vnnf --th Krilli. and Embroidery, .'is, :iu tid, to t«, eueh. INFANTS NightOo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. fBr Elkothic Teleorapii.J) . Thursday. Mr. John Bridge 'quotes— Hides, very brisk at late quotations, large orflers bHU on the market, tny catalogue comprised 2120 hides, and -every lot sold very satisfactorily, best heavies '33 to 3Jd, ordinary heavies 2£d to 3d, medinm weights 2£d to 3d. lights at flre saMie quotation-; tallow, 2S* to 40s higher, I sjld 81 casks, prime £20 10a to £22, tnedium £1D to £20 10s, inferior to £16; ehoep skins, exceedingly brisk, I sold 7000, prices realis ing up to 70d each ; kangaroo skins, muoh brisker, I sold 19,000, topping the market with J20d for the best and largest ; opossum tkiiiB nrcalsolngher.

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