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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT 1JA(XJ0ABIE. , ,. /BltlVALS. .j. May )8.—«.b. WolUngton, 160 tone, Captain E. Tnplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Mrs. Condon, Mias Condon, Meaare. James Conrlon and George; - nndSfortbe Bellingur.ACargo— 30/tone for Port Waoquarie and 15 topa fortfe -BsllIneerMfc' May.SI.-a.«. Weilinj^n.1160 tons. Captain B. Taplin, from Sydney. ' Passenger— Mr. 8. Latham. Cargo— 20 tone for l'oit Macqnarie and 10 tons for May 21.— 8.s F^runiount, 2fiO tons, Captain D. Anthon, from the Nnmlmcca River with 860 bags maizo, 40 pigs, and sundries. UEPAIITDEES. May 18.— B.8. Wellington, 130 tons, Capt. Tanlin, for Sydney. Passengers— Mesdamos Ounn nnd Townsend. Misses Towsend and Dodris, and Messrs. Beat, S. Latham. T. Keogh, Q. LitchRold. W. M'Kay. \V. Hird, nnd H. Cutler. Cargo -920 bags make, 2 hidei, 72 pigs,' 8 coops poultry. 8 cases eggs, 8 bags- bones, 5 coses and 3 baskets fish, nnd 10 packages sundries. ? . May 22.— s.b. Wellington, 150 tons,' Capt. Taplin, forSydnoy. P...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. S .'??'-'.? VMbv22. . : ; JiThestreMlomof the city of Edinburgh bag been ^finally conferred on. Mr. Parn&lj. JLvj? The Shah of Persia has arrived at Moboow. ''?' Heimcl a'l»riHiant.rcc6Ji)|do'tt?*) ) . . Th-) Imperial defences in pritish North; America will lie commenced in'tbe summer. Great Britain is to 1)e ^arbitrator, m :: connection with 'tlie.duputeiJlowriereliip'of land at Apia. , . ' . ? \.;j .Mataafa has' written to Admiral Kitnber ley, seeking his opposition to the triple sys tem, und asking .the protection of America. ' King Humbert made triumphal progress through the streets of BerliniyeBtprday..;^ , The . popularity of the alliance 'between Germany and Italy is«verywhi-re crapbasfsRil! Sir George Vcrdon, of Victoria, is to receive the Grand .Gross of St. .Michael - and St. George. : ' ' : J SYDNEY. . ? .'..?-?; Thursday!; The Public Works Bill has passed the Legislative Council. .' The steamer Rbckton. with the American shipwrec...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Something About the Mule. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Something About the Mule. I know that the mule is the only animal that Noah didn't take into thu ark witli him. I looked over the freight list carefully, aud could not see a mule waybillod for any placo. So clear-headed a man as Noah did not dare to take ouc on board, as lie knew he would kick a hole through the ark iu less than a week. The origin of the mule is enveloped in a good deal of mystery. Tradition informs us that, wheu the flood hail subsided, ami the ark had rested ou Mount Ararat, Noah was very much surprised lii vuk \ji ma um?gi itikiuiia ia/ uiiii a. guuit uuaib ty mule xtauding on top of au adjoining mountain. The same tradition informs us that the mule is the only animal that lived through the flood outside the ark. The inulu can he considered in a good many ways, though the worst place to coutl ler him is directly from behind, auywhere within a radius of ton feet. I never consider a mule from that point unless I am looking through a Sue of a boiler. The mule has on...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Evolution of the Saw. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Evolution ot the Saw. I'kkiiai-.s no tool has a more interesting history than the saw. According to a recent writer (says Iron), saws have been discovered in Germany aud Den mark which belonged to the bronze age. The metal of which thoy were composed was cast iuto a thin shaft, aud serrated by breaking the edge. Equally interesting discoveries have been made in America. It has been found thatsaws made of obsidian, which is a kind of glass produced by volcanoes, were used clui mg the stone age in .Meicieo, and saws and knives of the same material have been found in the alluvial deposits of New Jersey, probably sent thither from Mexico by the action of the water. Tiie Phoenicians arc amonget the earliest nations whic'i arc supposed to have used the saw. Tlm scholar ia not surprised to mill a very pretty stoi-j/ acquitting for the dis covery of the paw in Grecian mythology. Here the inventor is said to have found the jaw-.bom: of a smke, which he imitated by jagging au iron plate. ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Phosphates and Nitrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

TJ5 'JPib^xates ?a£4^i1#fcesrj'; 3^BJmi^ piip ^rt|^t^Jiy#f?rofe^rif^i: pyeamJ^^^|4^nabii,^L^^.t.S.:^ appearsin thev^r(irA-toi8 Express '? r?' 'S: 'fiLi: .nevor beriv^' Jor whilst both ^re'in^ispen-' sable in tho'pmctice of progressive fanning, the action dl&ach'is ioniDlelfeni&fecf tliat OTra«»e!i^dtJ3tendjpV^^ fajmJiar^irtyjEersmiay^o ^ardeS, and it concerns the highly significant question as to what proportion of his outlay the farmer may reasonably expect to get returned to him in- each «aso. Suppose, for example, £20 to be spent an phosphate and the. same amount on nitrate, and that these purchased manures are applied to the soil, will the full value of the expenditure be in oach case secured ! In general terms this question may, in the case of phosphate, be answered in the affirmative, whereas in . the case of nitrate, it will,1 as farmers are well aware, depend entirely on circumstances. Nitrate of soda, oppli'td to the soil, is speedily dissolved, and unless a...

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Corn Cob Meal. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Cora Col Moal. J. N. Muncky, of Jesup, has been testing the relative value of com on llic cubs ground with oats, and com and oats griiuud together for feeding milcli cows. The cow used iu the expcriiucut was au imported Holsteiii-Kriesinu. Tiie Hist test won made with corn aud oats, which were ground together in the proportion of 50' pound of shelled corn to 01 pounl oi nxta, ami with this 12U pouuds of meal 50 pounds of bran waa mixed, it the time of making cite experiment the raiv was giving a fuil n r . ,11. il*. ? i,.. If.. .... 1 ... now or uilllc ; the test lusted lor three days, -uinng which the cow gave I'M pounds and (i ounces of milk ; nhc was tcil '24 pounds of the feed per day, atldarijlipu of Kood .timothy hay. For the second testjco(g|uid cobs were ground witli oats in the pmn'ojSpi of 70 pouuds ot corn in the car to 32 jmSuToe of bats, and as the lirst test, to 120 pounds ypf^llis meal {-() pounds of iirau waa added. The ffSwvwas fed exactly 21 pounds per day of this ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The A. M. P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

[?] 3&!E '3?iJpt*^i-^K^ajiB|ri»1iaii ^Mutual ^^ndent^QjSeity9^^b^^raMsactious com pr(*hend;iiearly.piie half ipf the whole life in surance done by Australian offices, has pub Hsiied -another of those annual rnportp which liavo ioj^rde^nlnterest |!or the Australian publiciend accorapaiiyiiiK it -s the annual Inye^giMim'^t^^mif? Black, the wcietyJf^^^a^.^sThy^irjBclors, on the ;whole, have a ^nost 'eucouraging report to present, | Jtgr tlimrPiievr^premiura income, ^tqbuiitihg;to. ^126,993,T:iCompares favorably with that of ;;t!ie preceding year, when the total was £121,214, although, perhaps, the value of the improvement is somewhat les sened by the fact that of last year's income .£26,(309 represents single payments, while in the present year the single payments amount to only £12,530. This implies that there were not quite so many insurers, a fact winch is shown by the statement that the policies for the year amounted to 2C19, against 1)935 in 1S87. Having regard to the comp...

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The Late Mr. Edward Reeve. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

Tho Late Mr. Eiward Xtaro. Tbk Echo of Saturday last speaks as follows of the above gentleman :— ' Amongst the obituary notices of the last week will be found that of Mr. Edward Reeve, who died at Waverley, from general debility. Some timo ago Mr. Reeve was attacked with paralysis, aud though he rallied »mffiei=utly to get about, the effects returned, and he succumbed after a short illness. In many respects Mr. Reeve was a somewhat remarkable man. Oriirinallv educated for tbe Anglican Church, he took a more than ordinary interest in all ecclesiastical matters, and whether in law or practice no one was better posted than himself. Most of the articles which appeared iu the press .having reference to ecclesiastical architecture or adornment, ancient usages, and other matters of the sanio kind, were from his pen. Shortly after his arrival in the colony lie entered the Civil Service, and for some time was attached to the clerical staff of the Central Police Court:, but to a mau of bis hi...

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

Municipal ConnoiL Thb regular meeting of this ibody was hold In the Chambers on Tuesday last, 21st inst., .when there were present— The Mayor (in the chair), and Aldermen Hay ward, Cavauagh, and Gaul. MIHOTE8. Tbe minutes oi the previous regular meet ing wore read, and .also those of a special meeting held on Wednesday, 15th inst On the motion of Alderman Hayward, seconded by Alderman Gaul, they were oontiriued. COBRBBP0NDBNCK. A petition was presented from Messrs. T. Platt, J. Hayward, W. A. Forster, and J. Woodlands, drawing attention to the bad condition of tbe road on the western side of Clifton, leading from the New England road to the Blackmail's Point road, and praying that the Council would see fit to expend a sum of money in putting it in passable order. A communication was received from Mr. T. W. Palmer, teotnplaining of the condition of that part of William-street from the Presbyterian Church to Mr. Strutt's resi dence, which he said was almost impassable ; be also compla...

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A City of Fads. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

A City of Pads. New Yor.K is a city of fads. Two years ago it was palmistry for half a season, and no woman felt herself secure of her position unless the map of her hands had been duly explained. Now they are all having their hands and feet photographed, or they were a s. few months ago. Last winter soras women set the fashion of writing ' Town' on the address of 11 letter instead of ' Oitv.' and the consequence was that all the letters went to Iowa —the average feminine hand being as easily interpreted one way as another. When everybody had lost their letters, and all the Christmas presents had gone wrong, and the postmaster had com plained through the press, the fashion stopped, and benighted is the woman who writes *' Town' on her envelope to-day. At the same time it became the custom to write nut the heading of a letter in full. For instance, ' New York— Three Hundred Fifth Avenue — December the First.' But this involved a good deal of effort, and also fell into disuse. When Mr...

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

!P HUTLEY, OP THB ? London ^bd Continental Boot Falace, 'XTTISHES to thank the inhabitants of -VV Port Macqliarie and the 'Hustings „ . . .District for their, very liberal support accorded to him during the past two years. '? .'? and1 begs to state that he is NOW OFFERING ? ?....?.. ??? — A — _ SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Boots and Shoes, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, At -the Lowest Prices EVER OFFERED IN PORT MACQUARIE. An Immense Stock to Select From, F. HUTLEY, \ PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOEMAKER ' ' HORTOX -STREET, ? ' ? PORT MACQUARIE, AND WAUCHOPE, HASTINGS RIVER. Fruit Trees and Flowering and Ornamental Plants. ORDERS are now Iwing booked by the under signed for a very fine lot of Fruit Trees and Flowering and Ornamental Plants at 15s per dozen or £G per hundred, including freight per ptcamer or Bailing vessel. See Pamphlet No 3, Page 17, copies of wliieb cau be had from the undemguod. P. O. LAGERLOW, . ' Geueral Agent, Taree. EST-A-BriisBasD iseo. JOHN MELLIDAY AND CO., COMMISSION AJCD P...

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Germaine. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 May 1889

.'_?;?. Germaine. -7 -.. ;' -3HMPp:ii;iv,Vi .-. ? Germanic wandered £$jHnit ,4116 _ yicarngi' ' gai-dmi like a r.-('tli-RS ^piri^Jooking along .. 4jit! jroad,.:;first f^injJip^^^'i^eiKJipi'ri *he ' .' riUjp of flicElopt! fli^t .ran' ;^jj jt^^3,lionBa,; ;*Jieir*liH-u|;l- th«' jippgn at^e^clffi^V Six Aveeks liacl passed over tho garden since , the fiiir May owning when Archy; left hsri nt ttitfgntn. The linwtiioln had gone frorii tlm liodues. Old blossom FfSin (liocliprrv nnrt pear trnesflgainst lhehonse,niid thn primrose, leaver lay long, and yellow, end limp upon the brown soil under the trees. The roses of June were in full bloom nil round, the hay was lying, brown mid fragrant, in the fields, and the. air was sweet with pinks and luignonpH**. The fair young spring . was gone, but the glory of summer had conic. Something of spring must have gone from Gonnaino too, surely, in those bix wemks. There was not much change in her, that you could see at once ; her face was just as brown a...

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Sad Fatality on the Manning. TWO MEN DROWNED. TAREE, Friday, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Sad Fatality on the Meaning. TWO MEN DROWNED. (Bv TrXERKAPH.) Taubk. Friday, 12-30 p.m. Two men, named Alfred Reeley ami Henry Millrr, whilst crossing the river from Oxley Island to Pom poolah in a bont, were drowned. The particular to band go to show that Secley, Miller, and a man named Hughes left Lajrton's wine shop at about II o'clock on Tuesday night, when an attempt wan mode tci cross the river, which was swollen by the flood, in a flat-bottomed punt. Wheu midway across tlie water, Hughes, who -vas do/ins in the bow of the boat, suddenly found himself ill the water, and he caught hold of tbc punt, which was drifting aw-iy. He called out for his mates, but received no ruspmi.se, and it is very cviileut that thpytank. The punt was then carried hy the curiT.nt and tide two miles down the river, when it drifted ashore with Hughes clinging to it in an exhausted state. The police have Iipcii draging for the lioiiieK nf the missing mcu, hut so far the search has been fruitless. = ♦ T...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

iiiPiBiiiiS [?] v. JUjiumbefAf evictions ire iaking place j|n icgunjy, Kcrii'.ion thoiatatcoftlie Marquis tflffHAHomb, Govpor^ne^ml of -India; '» iu^l|^p^^M:la%r^^^p0A^.i«d^ftaryj;: ' -sJB*pioJPrencn HQhimlrfr St : Deputies yesterday^ ^1. il46u*rrei;*?oto|-Pu8 BoulangiBt, urged that the Government, should expedite tlie threatened trial of OcnerataJouianeopi. ,:M; JFIoquct, the President, Vei*mptorib/|ortia«lcTanyj-liscus8lou.-)n the subject, and some nuexampled scenes of disorder occnn«di M, Paul de OasBagiiac 4/eas censured lor . language used during tbo disorder nnd challenged to a duel. The civil war continues in Hayti, the latest news from the Republic being that .Genciil Htppalite, the leader of the insurgents, is Again attacking, the forces of General Legitiine, the 1'refliJent. The mar, Peran, who fired a 'blank ; cartridge at President C iruot during the ceremonies connected with the opening of the Paris Exhibition, has been sentonced'to four months' iniprtaoiimegt. Tramway ...

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Wauchope School Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Wauchops School Board. (PROM A CORRESP0NDI5NT.) A MF.r.TINi: of the above Board was held at the Rawdon Island public school on 1 hursrlay, the 23rd ulto., immediately alter the annual inspection of the children hy Mr. Inspector Nolan. Members present— Messrs. W. Fryer (chairman), G. Harriott, and I1. Daniher. Mr. Inspector J?olan was also present. The Imainess of the meeting was to settle the much vexed bout (juestinn. and this was easily done, inasmuch as no written complaint had been handed to any member of the Board, nnd Mr. Nolan said lie believed the ex tin action by the teacher u-as caused by a note made by him in the ' Observation Book,' and he was convinced that Mr. Blumer in tended iujury to no one, but simply wan doairous of carrying out tho instruction*! of hi» Inspector. Tak ing this into consideration, the Board considered Mr. Blunicr was not at all to blame, but considered that in such localities as Bawdon Island it was cer tainly more advantageous for the children to ...

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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

mmmmmmmmm Toe* ee6n^atebari-aj)gtaity- the; popular I^^f^l^vir^f^^Siii ^|p6n^l^^^?^t|f^lylSt^; |he,sporteineii to jnake. up an enjoyable afterr noon.' AltlidCgh the shooting could not be considorrid first-class, looking at it even from jan-niiiateur's point of' view, C4he . various Jchigbts , of. 'the trigger, appeared ,Jtp enjoy thpmBelvep, flndtn .afford -Jtiii.us-!itipnt|or, on lookers, who iirij the pleasure of seeing ninny of the.birds (?scapi! thu ^ tr/'acjiernus plot; Spvernl of tiinse competing had nxtreihely Jjai;d li\o';, through lhM- iiirds faJlina; ouT of Iwunds; wliilstiilthers'fiiilK'il to score when the best uf opportunities were given. Opera tions wen- commenced oi»;thn cricket croiind at about |wo. o'clock, wlien Mr. Pourttney added the firsi [score to his name, (he other competitors following in the order ?^ivcii below. After. .two' unsuccessful attempts several of those taking ])&$ in the match retired, only four compeUtorfi taking the full complement of b...

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The Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

The Queen's Birthday. The seventieth anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Victoria's birth was celebrated with all honor, and in various ways, by the inhabi tants of Port Macquarie and district Although tho day was threatening, the various programmes, arranged in the different localities were carried out with great eclat, and those taking part enjoyed themselves thoroughly. The excursion up the Hastings River did not take place on account of the uon-nrrivnl of the steamer. The customary pyrotechnic display of crackers, rockets and other fireworks took place, and some of these, showed to great advantage, as the night was exceptionally dark. Wo give below particulars of the various events.

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Ennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Eaais. (from our cohrespoxdent.) The Weather. — For the -season pf the year certainly very mild. On Saturday night it commenced to rain and continued very heavily all day on Sunday. Thus causing all reservoirs 'to be lilled and giving tho land a good soaking (which is desirable since ploughing will be commenced soon in some nlacpK^. and causinc the river to rise a little. Maize. — The harvesting of the maize is pretty well completed, and I think in all cases-* has be.cn a highly satisfactory yield, and einco the price hns been and is equally appreciative, good times may be anticipated. The general opinion is that maize is going to be a good line this year. No doubt those # who can arlord to hold back — art the farmer says— will be benefited in n pecuniary snnso at any rate. Very large loads seem to be going from the river now, and will, I expect, continue till the nnd of June. Health. — The health of our neighbourhood is very good indeed. I hear of no person being indisposed. Religi...

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GOOD TEMPLARS' PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

GOOD TEMPLARS' PIC-NIC. On account of the unfavourable weather a slight ^innovation from the advertised programme hud to be made by the members of the Hope of the Hasting? Lodge of Good Templars, who had arranged to hold a monster demonstration and pic-nic at ' Little Nobbies,' near Port Macqparie. Although the morning indicated unsettled and shownrv weather, with evervthinc that was necessary to make it unpleasant for outdoor amusements, a large number of adult and juvenile templars assembled at the hall. A consultation was held, and it was decided to form a procession and inarch to tho old asylum, instead of proceeding to the cliffs. By 10-30 ft ni. about 6ixty sisters and brothers of all ages had congregated, and, headed by the local band, they .marched through tho town with banners flying, ultimately halting at the gate of the old asylum buildings. Several of the large rooms were then monopolised, thanks to the kindness of Mr. Hales, who h:id granted the use of the building, and...

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Camden Haven. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

O&m&on Haven. (FJIOM OVJL COUBESPOKDENT.) Once more I venture to write a few lines, but feel a little nervous nfter the storm my lost brought down on ino. But it is calm again, mid I will try not to hit 80 hard, althongh some of the wounded were further from my thoughts. The Good Tcm plare of Kendall are still working, and on Satur day, May 4, the following officers u-cro Installed hy Brother Jiit-:liie; A.D.D.— C.T.. Bro. W. Way ; V.T., Bra. James Way; C. Bro. W. Mitigate; F.C.I., lira. U. MMUiate; lr.H., lira. Hull ; I., Sister Ritchie ; Sec., Bro. A. Stevenson ; M., Bro. Ritchie ; G., Bro. S. Smith. I was at a schnol concert at Lauricton on May 10, the proceeds of which went to purchase prizes for th» children. It was ft splendid concert, all the singing was garni, lint the children, I think, were best of all ; and their teacher, Mr. Morris, deserves great praise for the creditable vrny in which lie truim'il them. The pieces were part songs, and the harmony was sp...

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