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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

THE ROM AX CATHOLIC BALL. Notwithstanding the unsettled state of the wi'iilhi'r, and Che muiMy nature of the roads, tin-1 ball in nid of the. Roman Cntholic presby- j tery fund was largely attended, there being nliout one hundnd and thirty people present. I( li.ul been arranged to run an excursion trip up the Hustings River iu the. steamer A inn. but the boat did not reach Port Mac ijiiarir until late in the day, consequently this part of the programme had to be aban doned. It is very questionable, however, 1 whether the excursion would have taken r'ricc even had the steamer been in readiness, as the morning of the 24th broke showerv and unpropitious for such an undertaking. During the day old Sol inade hU&pjwnuice at times, but liis bright presence irasJof short duration ; and showery 'weathfjr predomi nated, especially as the Bhades^f evading, 'closed in. s During the day a number of visitors froiq up the river came to town, with the intention of patronising the ball ; and...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rawdon Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

[?] ??''msmmmmK man jntm^s^^i^f^^oni^t^r.-^^o^ ? Freeman. S?:^gi^^i^^^iM|sj ;S»^. 'ejjga^Jj when QttftclipJifcp.^Sng ;5t'Mi ifjullpcksj wiri^; unbidden, '-ffce;j3orfs|^^^^ ' poor fellow Jitt^ijisje^s Jammed hetweMviwoi fora! and tefe'reStlTe strain coiiicl fie taken ofi1; tbe onlf of the leg VbB Jjm-strd, the loss of blood being great, and the pain intense. 'The Bufferer was. 4m«iBd!at«ly ^relnoyod-rit^iiJiiB - father's residnhwysWuTis since progressing favourably. This is the second severe «cc;-! dent (hat has ie'failori the family, since Fehrnary last. At that time the father nenrly lostjbiBiife hy a tree Ja)!ingkij-pnijiiii,i tho injuries being so iovere that jiejjs f)n1y- just getting about again. Much sympathy: is therefore felt for the whole family Milder this succession. of trouble, as,theyy;arc much respected by everyone. . ' ^ j. ?? Scholastic.— Mr, Inspector ifplati paid his long looked for annual visit to the public school hero an Thursday last, .and inspected the scholar...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SPORTS AND CONCERT AT ROLLANDS PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

SPORTS AND CONCERT AT ROLLANDS PLAINS. The Good Templars of Rollands Plains cele brated their anniversary on the 24th,. by sotting down a programme of athletic sports for the afternoon and a tea and harmony meeting in the evening. The catering was entrusted to Mrs. Coombes, of Cl&refield, antr; gave general satisfaction. It was thought that on account of the various spirts else-' where, the Plains would fall short of visitors. but the reverse was experienced, as on no other occasion were so many present But, unfortunately, many who were prevented hy the threatening weather, and who had agreed to take part in the concert, did not put in an appearance, so that their absence was much regretted, and consequently the entertain ment was not up to its usual standard. Dur ing the afternoon several showers full, and made outdoor amusements rather unpleasant, yet, despite this adverse circumstance, many entered heartily into the various games and contests, so that the programme On han...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Best Way to Corn Beef. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

The Best 'Way to Coin Beef. Either the tender side of the round, the bolar piecp, or a outing fo n the rump, ore the choice for corning. Hub the piece all over with salt as soon as it comes from the market ; a salt-spoonful of powdered saltpetre ou each side, added to the salt, makes the pi oe firm ; but do not put more than this, as it lenders the meat red and hard. Let the fJICVCJ OM1JU -U ?» VUUI UMMJG UICI lllj^Hb* A *l« next morning prepare a pickle by adding salt to water until it will float au egg, then boil, skim carefully, and pour it over tho meat in a stone jar or keg while boiling hot. Do not cover the pickle, however, until it is quite cold. You can prepare several pieces to go in at one time, if they are to b» used within three or four weeks. If intended to be kept longer the pickle should be poured off once a fortnight, and cither freshened by being boiled again and the skimming cam fully removed, or a fresh pWcle made ; either to be poured on boiling hot^as before. M...

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 — 1 June 1889

Looal.aad General 'News, Professor Baldwin's BrjTTBr.Ft.T Com pany. — In theifity of Ohioago iu 1876 Mrs.' Daley and two children -were brutally mur dered ; for weeks no clue was found, and it seemed as if the murderer would .go unpun ished. ' A public entertainment of clair voyancy, etc., was,given-at ouexif the halls, and during the clairvoyant seance, when the people in the 'audience, Detective Allen thought— 'Who killed the Daley family?' The clairvoyant described the murder' in all its horrible details, and stated that Mrs. Daley's .husbatid, in a fit of jealousy, had killed his wife and -children. She gave suchJ ^inu^f-articularB that Allen -ivasiConVinced., He it once went to Daley's house, jfbld Jiim a witness had been found who hadlieeii peep ing through a slit in the window.curtein and had seen the murder*ond bo worked upon. Daley that he confessed the crime find was exoouted ior it This incident, =wth many others like it, spread the., fame of /Professor and Clam Baldwin a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Cattle Require Salt. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Why Cattle Require Salt. Evkrv farmer is accustomed to salt his cattle, but not every one knows why he does it, un less it is because the stock like it. But a tnoinent'e thought will show where the advan tage lies. As soon as the food enters the stomach the natural tendency is at once {or fermentation to begin, aud there arisusn. con test between this friiidencv and the digestive powers. And if these are vigorous and the process of fermentation is checked or inter cepted, then no bad results will follow, the food will be digested, and salt will uot be needed, though at any time this will assist in the process of digestion. Salt koeps food from decaying until it can be digpsted and assimilated, and prolongs the time to allow the digestive organs to complete thnir work ; and if food is taken iu excess, as often hap pens when stock is in pasture, salt given freely will be of much advantage. Aud further, salt is a preventive of worms. When fermentation sets iu the conditions presented a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

blllPI'INIi INTELLIGENCE. PORT-MACQUARIK. ,'. 1 ARRIVALS. May 24.— s.«. Wellington, 150 long, CWnUIn B. Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Mesdamei HcDhrmid (nud child). Ryile, anil Marks. Mistes M. Dodds and Veen, anil Messrs. Torloton, IJcDinrmid, Miller, Maun, Clilck, F. Atkinson, and Ryde, and 6 for the Bellinger. Cargo— 10 ton' for Port Macquarie awl 10 tous for toe Bellinger. May 31.— b.8. Wollingtou, ISO tone. Captain S. Ta]-lin, from Sydney. 'assengcrs— Rev. Mr. Ak.niij' | uisaxiooaimuii! uiiu i-uviD| hmii 41 in line steerage. Cargo — 25 tons for l'urt and 10 tons for the Bellinger. DEPARTnRKS. Way 25,— s.s. Wellington, 150 tone. Captain R. Taplin, for Sydney. Passengers — MesdamcsGooile, Logon and Nowljeny, Princess Maria, Messrs. ). Miller, Logan, McDiarmiil, Tnrleton, McLai-dy, and Master Lngan. Cargo — 000 hags maize, 3 coops nultry, 10 cases eggs, 21 pigs, I ease tiah, 1 plough, larrow, 10 hides, and 10 packages sundries.

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

S i. E KEMP, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c, Port Macquarie. . MR. KEMP VISITS WA0CHOPE EVEEV WEDNESDAY feEQtj^Rb'y.;,,;;; : i STAR HOfELi 9- HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. j. m'dTnnouch PBOPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is replete with every modern convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. gf COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^1 THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. 'OAI1V OirmTTINU UKl'ARTMISNT Shoppiw Toy Post. PurchaseBofl? and upwards. CARRIAGE PAH), to any railway station or seaport in the Colony. INFANTS Sliirte, trimmed, embroidery, and Lace, 6d. 9d, Is6d. to fie. each. , INFANTSNightGowius,LongCIotli Frills «nd Embroidery, 3h,3b 6i1, to fa, each. INFANTS NightOownsflannol, Jib 3d 6s &1 INFANTS Dity Gowui, Trimmed, Torchin, Valenciennes Lacea, Tucked...

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

KELIGIOIIS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cnrnon ov ENfiLAKn.— Port Macquario 11 and 7'15. Rev. R. Wilson. Also on June 9— Beechwood 10.30, Ennis 2 30, Port Macquaric 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Weblryan.— Knnis 11, Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7'15, Rev. J. Parker ; Port Macquarie II, Mr. G. Oarrctt; Rawdon Island 215, Mr. J. Sccombe ; Rla'ckman's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Also on Jane 9— Kendall 11 and 3, Lnuricton 7, Rev. J. Porker; Port Macquaric II, Blackman's l'oint.3, Mr. J. Boltwood ; Knnis 11, Port Mao quaric 7'15, Mr. J. White; Blaokman'a Point 7, Mr. R. Masters. Prksbytebian.— Rollands Plains 10*30, Telegraph Point 3, Rev. R. Davidson. Alan on June 9— Hun- tingdon 10-30, Wauchopc 2.30, Port Macquarie 71 5, Rev. R. Davidson. She gort $lar-juaric %t\u. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1889.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

COBIMEltCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Blnrkets. [By Elkotkic Telegraph. 1 Thursday. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Maize, 3a 2d ; pigs, 6d ; bacon, Od ; eggs, Is Od.

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Bankruptcy Court. SYDNEY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Bankruptoy Court. Syiwky, Mat 22. Re George David Hililer. Qn the motion of Mr. Hanbury Uavieu, his Honor made an order for the release from gaol of the bankrupt. It appeared that the bankrupt, who was a printer and a publisher, was now a confiueo in Kempsey gaol. Hildcr sequestrated his estate on January 17, 1889. The cause that led to fue.li sequestration was a verdict obtained against him by Charles Sutherland, of Kempsey, for £1000 damages and £199 18a costs, euch verdict and costs being obtained for a libel nubliahed io the Madeav Aram. -mi. whieli the bankrupt aud William H. VVeeksjgw||flSntere and publishers. Kildcr BequestratfHnHtilitate by reason of his inability to pay tlio^jmlguient and costs. He was arrested uuder a writ x-f Ca, sa. on May 9th, 1888, and had since been a. coufiuee iu fort Macquarie, Uarlinghuret, and Kempsey gaols. He had now no interest in the plant of the iftuJruy Argus, or in the paper itself. Die bankrupt had been detained in gaol for more than 12 mo...

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Mustard a Valuable Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

Mustard -a -TTaltiAWeMeiioiae. Few domestic remedies are of greater Value { than the jxrojjuon uwstafd. ' ':^\ ? condiment and agreeable stimulant; to the digestive organs it is found upon almost ^every ta'Je. Used in this form it will sometimes: relieve obstinate hiccough. The unbroken seed «f: tbe white mustard is of some value as a laxative when taken in tftblespoonful doses. . Of more importance is. mustard as an emetic. A tablespoon? fjl jpf ordinary ground mustard, taken in a cupful of warm water, will produce copious vomiting in from two to five minutes. On this account, and beoause it is always nt hand, it is esprciilly valuable in emergencies. In cases of poison ing by opium or by other uarcotios it is without an equal as a domestic emetic. But by far the most important use of mustard is as a counter irratant. . A mustard paste is second to nothing but opium in its pow.er to relieve internal pain, whether arising from congestion, inflammation, or spasm. Indeed, it is superi...

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 — 1 June 1889

A forward worenieiit In the interest «f the Fanners, Producers, and Sliip pcrs of Maize, Timber, and l'roducc Tg ilie\Faijmers, Storekeepers, Ship pers and Olivers of live Hastings, Macleay, Bellinger, Manning, and Nortliern Districts. T. Edginton & Co., GRAIN, BARK, GENERAL MERCHANTS, 102 Sussex-street, Sydney, AND AT LauncBBton and Formby, Tasmania, HTTAVE very much pleasure in informing the JCL residents of tlie aliove-inentioncd districts that, iu response to many offers of consignments, they havedecideil to establish a Commission Agency and Auctioneering Hmncl) in connection with their already very large mid extensive established uusi Mess of leueral Merchant*), &.C., aud which hasbeui in existence fir upwards of a quarter of a ceiin^y in Taanmnia, and for the past six years iu Sussex street. For inany years past they have been large buyers of Maize from the agents, and iu order to get regular supplies for their large up-country and Queensland trade now that the...

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

? ,- : -.- »fr5^wBMV &*»l-/r*»^jp r^w-iil^'f-- ;'!_ :.i ? ?'? ???* ^#(v stoke* ''':??;., .'?', y.ii.-u' ? '. jl '.?..-?.,, . ' ' -!':'- '*'?*'?? ^i'' ' ?^'?I!in ? BEST A SSQ;R3!to E N P % ? ?.'?^?'?'j5^ '' ' * i!'.!i; ?» !'i''' ... ,. -,!.?-,! AS© ,;?*« «vii j -tfiMtTvyi U Lo^ifii&EpH OheaperlincieedThan 5. Many Sf^W .Houses.; Coine and see. No puff I WINT33R QOODS. Materials That a; Prince Eight Wear. All Marked in ?lain figures. NO DECEPTION. Store Crowded pay & Night MORE GOODS JUST LANDED. « Miisli'M.l»;''|to)SBi^H More goods to- f bllow. Try our Half-phbsts of Tea, .?'.'. From 30s up to £i 15s. !' ,, 200 HAI-FjCHEOT« TO SELECT FJiOaL ,. ????? -''-f | ??*.''. .T-: BOOTS, jn.^gndleSs variety, 1200 PAIR^TO pHOQSE FROM.;. '? g NO CORNS !: 'NO CORNS !./;', ? „ Other Goods too nnmerbds to mention.' Conie and See. - ;- ; Coine aiid See. ' CHEAP 55 GOOD, H.i.^«erwned AND GIVE JirS NUMBBQUSnGUSTOMERS: % ????'? ? ?;:'??' '-1 ;'. - . , . ,- ? L .-. , ..-ran ? v ? i...

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

Pianos aad Damp. Iron points out that it is a common error* that pianos should be kept very dry, and explains why such extreme cn.ru to avoid damp is really most harmful to the instru ment The wood of a piano, however well seasoned, must contain, like all other absorbent bodies exposed to the action of a moisture-laden atmosphere, a certain amount of residual daniDno.ss. When, therefore, the piano is continually subjected to very dry and heated air, it parts with this moisture, and its woodwork is apt to shrink and crack. The leather and cloth used in the action of the instrument o.1bo shrivel up under such treatment, and the tone of the piano Buffers in consequence. The remedy advocated is to keep a growing plant, well watered, in the same room with the piano. In America, where closed stoves cause rooms to be far drier than they are in Europe, it is custom ary to keep a vase containing a well-soaked sponge uuder the household musical instrument. At the insolvency meeting of S. Frie...

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

Germalne. chapter v. Poor Germaiiic cried herself to sleep that nuilit—in sorrow for Archy's disappointment, ? in mourning for heivliappy girlhood, and in. gloomy forebodings *as to th« future. *?.*' Had she really made such ajf terrible mis take, or was it all Arch's wounded vanity that made him say so t ;. ' , k, Would Lady Julia and Rica Woollacdtt lio*o vory tlisngm'alJei They had never been; quite iiice io Jier. but she had Jioped so niuch from what Sir Maurice said of them, when only jvsjerdiiy morning they had talked over things at Mrs. Wnrrington's bouse in Mayfair. Could it be only yesterday morning? she. thought. -So' much, had happened since, that it seemed like a dream. Sir Mnurice seemed so unreal because no one hero know him — a ^ shadow for whom she had thrown oway her substantial present happiness \ Was not Arohy right in saying she was not fitted for marriage t She knew nothing about household or social duties ; she knew iiothing-nbout dress, and had only worn in Lo...

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

Ditidiaff PflBoes. . ' Sklsotob' -Wauchopo).— ' A and B have two adjoining selections, A'« taken up two years ago and B's 16 months. B b allowed by th? land Board to substitute other improvements for fencing. A teuoes dividing line without noticing B. B warns ?A-H willbedoneutbiaown-riek.- -A-tlieu claims from B half cost at 4s. per rod. Has A any legal claim?' — We consider that A has a legal claim, -but he should submit his claim lo the Local Land Board, in fl-ceonjauco, with regulation 06 of the Crow6^an|s'^ct)3l8$^. W«do not understand wliatisineaiitjjy 3»J-eii)g ullowed by the Land Bqnrd tosulHtituteptheriniprovenients for fencing.' 5M»dWfly*B^WrifeS!4 in .accordance with PW'u'je-voiMM) »ci,»)imcii proviaes luai 'every f»Sdippnal.purchSW»liaU.-witliin two years after UiBdate jo^lia^noriijatl.ofi, fence the boundaries of Ills conrtitionnlly purchased land with a subatautlal fence,' &c.' Section 141 of the Act is ?sio!lowsf;Si'Benrfng within the meaning of this ActBhaJl.l...

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Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 28. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Jas. Butler and H. J. Per[?]tt J.'sp. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 June 1889

? ? ?SoU«f|Bbji|^;-. Befor* F- B-tWo«,JSM.,1P.M.-iuid Messrs. Ja». ??£? BntlerMdff.J. PerretVJ.'eP. p Wvburn, charged withopiDK intuiting language to Constable WAson, of WancUope, Bid not appear, wd a warrant wosiwued'f or )ilr«rr£tt. .; Seven girders, lying at S»ltw»ter Creek, were confiscated to the Grown on the application of Mr. Brown, forest Banger. -- John Hlcke was cha--ge-l liy John S. Dick with liafcnt-liiWlD lhA m»h-K nn »i*»-!niian fif fr!,M Mim. plauiant. Mr. Kempvppeariia for»lalnfiff. !1?v ! ? .-.:'' Mr. Mclnberay applied ibr permission to defend flie noons^rSitnTf^vai^n^r?mpTby~«rTtKr time. Mr. Kemp had no objection to Mr. Mclnliemy appealing. John S. Dick, sworn, stated — lomtli'e owuer of ' two oyater;j«m» on the western -ioreeliore of Port Matquarie;':tlici-e is a considerable jjuiratity of oysters l^^eJa^ jA'SLsOySte? *'PSS)awnlng iiiiiiiiii^ PHHK: Ih«a«^»ic6r|!o% taSfaa^iomVJanie%o I PVo:J^m«ri!^rn-^^^fte'g/^t there .liii1 recrcattorfjBron'tf^Mve lilgli w^aternia...

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

Official Correspondence. The following lettor has been addressed to Messrs. Young and Roberts, M.'sP. : — Department of Public Works, Sydney, 16th May, 1S89. Gentlemen, — With reference to your letter of 7th March last, urging that certain rocks in the fuir way at Camden Haven be removed. I have the honor to inform you that the snm of £1600, for the- work referred to, has lieori noted for consideration when the Additional Estimates for the present year are beiug prepared. Yours, £c, ^ J. BARLING. -9 Sydney, 21st May, 1889. ? Sir, — We tinist apologise for leaving your letter 1' so Jong unrepiied to, but it has beon unavoidable. | 1. Road along the Forbes River— We would j suggest that a petition ht sent up, plainly setting j forth what is required. 1 S. We will apply for weather shed aud bell post j at Rollands Plains Public School. ' - 3. We will represent the desire of your committee . ! as to the employment of dredge at Wilson River. ! 4. We will inquire what Ium been dqno re pun...

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

T. Edginton and Co., GRAIN, BARK, AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION AGENTS, 102 SUSSEX-STREKT, FlVDKISV, And atLamiceston & Formby, Tasmania, Mafap, Potatoes, Timlrer, and all descriptions of Farm & Station Produce received und sold. ALL K 1X1)8 OF PRODUCE ASD AGRICUL TURAL SEEDS TX STOCK. . Account Sales rendered immediately after sale. McKay and Biiaby, AUCTIONEERS, General Commission Agents, LAUBIETON. S;ilcs Coiulmted in any Tart of Mi? District, ?v©ilTjii!^)ocfnT.-^ ThbDiStriet'Oouirtjvtdr which 4berew,ra uo important cas«s Kntddwn, will-open this morning, 4)cforo Ing Jlonor Judge Murray. Theru is only one' criminal caso, end this will be heard on Monday... . TO ADVERTISERS.— Advertisements not ex coodiuff 10 words, (two liuep) will 1« inserted in the Pert Macguarie JVVuu for 1b (one shilliugl JASH, ? . ; ??.??? - TENDERS wanted (10th June) for 200 posts, and erecting same for wire fencing. S. Rdthvkn. For Private Sale. 040 acres pf land on...

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