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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

* 'To the Inhabitants of Fort Macparie SUlillOUNDINfi DISTRICTS. W. A. FGligfER &* CO. ? TJEO.to iuftw TIJAXJCK to the inhabitant)* of ? JJ 1'ort ?M«i:i|i\m it uml tho Surrounding District fur their liberal (support dm inn the slioi-t time tbny trine lieci) in liusine^p, ami solicit a continuance of the stinie ; nnil licg to iiifnrin tliuir frirnd- and supporters that any aooiix ok ktock enti listed to their calf will raiiire their I'I'.rkonal attention. XV. A. F. & Co. purpose BbliUivg. ?*' MONTHLY SALES ^ Of all descriptions -if LIVE STOCK ut their yards, Tout MAnQOAKiE West, on the last Thursday in each .innntli, cnmmvncing on TJimwlay, the 26th dny of April, at 1130 a.m. By thin means owners of stock who intend tending their iiokskk, oattlk. l'los, &c, fur ealu will huve an opportunity of biiviny thfi same properly advertised (ny giving ns timely notice) so that buyers niny lie in attendance on Nile d»ys. » , ??? Guoil Mill secure paddnrks for Stock. 4 At...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stati[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

:FJptyPo»rtaio%.^ JPABjvMtoheaafcapEm^o|^*iMiKtor sexual new,f« P^^^8jnW#jpfla^uit4i tiSSL tm^T^W^miy oCUi?%ovfement thiMerSaGncSSB crap ta«8 which i|Be t*iont ifflueot nie|p9»§ft any coinplcte in nearjy ?'eriaBftail. Ju ±hB imp«lant TOTOff of land occu mtiaB^orae.Wy^ttg ajiaiBfflB.lEl8ing figures are TOouWLto^Bft.' *Tufl!i*«grf5s raide in settling acriculnirlUl^r tl$ yeoman Mass on the Boil is Bhownto Imveicen'tfeniurkaUy'illo*. From some cause, wiich iff very 5«ifficult to aeSBe, the many pletely failed In tfiljr refpfWire BbjSa. Twelve years ago ttjg numbijSapf oranpiereof lun'lrftcludiiiBj tlioBe fori«hpml pflTpO8eB,vwas 39,639, occupying' 18,210,796 acres. M*Tlns year the oorrespoudiqg nnn)berear0fi,li2 occupiers and 30,817,491 acres. .Xh8 toml extortt of Und in cultivation at prosent is i,042.S^ acreK' Twel«' yean ago there were SI3,84Q.'dcreBjuUivated. The average Bize of hplJ ;ing3 then'iwa 315 acres. It is now 798 aft-ea. ?'Freehold restates have increased in size, tfc 1879...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Special Telegrams. European Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

Iiktest JiE^ipQiai Tel^aari^ A ,s , ^fiuropeaa Telegrams. ? We liavo made aiTan^DDii'iKB for a special., message iniinediately the calile is rcstorud, aud will issue an 'uxtra,' containing foreigu iiiielligtmcc, as soon as possible after receipt of telograuis. ^ SYBNEY. ' ' ?'? Thursday. In the Upper House, Dr. Creed's rnsolu tious in letVrence to the defences .of the ?jolouy wore negatived. It is rumoured that Mr. Thomas Garrett has resigned his portfolio. This statement is not true, but relations with hie colleagues are unsatisfactory, and ho has neither l-cmi in his plaeu luPurliar.icnt nor nt. tin* Lands Ofh'uiv Sir Henry Parkcs intimated that the I'ail way proposals would be submitted next Wednesday. Sir Heury Parkes has civen notice of amending the Electoiul Act, by repealing the. expansive clause. The g'ttiit to agricultural societies is to be increased to £ for every £ subscribed. A. new Mining Bill will be introduced before the close ot this session. A petition was presente...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

Hastings Skating Rink. SCHOOL OF ARTS, POST IACQUABIE. OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS* ' VUOM 7 P.M. TJLL 10 P.M. ' EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON '* FHOM 2 I*. It. TILLS P.M., ( FOR LADIES ONLY. ^_^^^^ i Admission is, Skates Is. W. I. LANE, Honl Sec. Grand Opening Night This, Saturday, Evening. J j I S. GARBTO, J BOOK-KEEPER & ACCOUNTANT. - TRADESMEN'S BOOKS MADE UP, AND MEETS COLLECTED. -j AtJCTION SALES ATTENDED. * Reference :— Mr. Best, Solicitor, at whose office can be scon. 'Tenders REQUIRED, at per acre, for falling nbout 10 - acres of land at Telegraph Point, l'articu lars can be obtained from Si if George Brown, on the land, or from the undersigned. Tenders close on Thursday, 19th inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. E. POUNTNISY, Port Macquaric MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION j! OF AUSTRALASIA. r, Established 1SG9, and Iucoporatcd by Act of Parliament. THE FIUST -j Mutual Life Office in Australasia ,-! To free osburaucc from restrictions. '_ Principal Of...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

Begs |p tpdlfr Ms sinceVe^BifEks to hife pirnerous friends and customers for their ubejal sujjj^ortfor the last six years, and kopp to *ecej|gfe their contmued.p^Jfeffe. d.*fl. has enlarged his preftpes*n5-increaBed his |tock,|Phid^s^lt^ly-to the advftntaga^f hi^cuscOTners. As will J-e seen oydvHKAb below, he has also thought it wise to qudl^ a f«v of ffis Cash Prices, at the saltaa tinS he does flt»tfbind himself to a cash trade. ? , ? * * ? *J_- ? % §pgfr- be# white, 701b bag for 17s 6d * Sugar, brighVyellow, per fjjlb bagX^1 14s ^ Sugar, ration, 701b bag for 12s jfidP1 „ '?_ T«ji, per f)OTc 9s 6dl4quarter-chesl 13s, half-chest fron^E2 lOd * * Coffees Is fd per 1b, or 61b for 7s 6d * $ * *? \t Jam, 6d per tin, or 5s 3d peudpEen Ik* Tinned Fruits, 15s per dozen «# - *. ? * Bottlld Fruits, 15s per dozen # J3perm Caudles, 5 me^al 8d pfer lb, or 15s per box ^Salmon, 1Q| per dozen f| tSardfoes, 5§ 6d and IBs par down. . '4 OdFrante, 7d per Ijg0-fl2lbs-or 6s 6d Rtisins, 8d^-fii§Sb, w*12...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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For [?] True. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

For ibrjtue.r , ^ * jGbapibb V* 4 On firfc fnllowjiig'niiy tliojaijj«ajble Ella and, Maude Oliratov, Va^|hpn4b{* thu Countess Uurton, arrivud* a^tliB H fill. ? ' ' Th-:y u-m-fi two a^fJ'-iwt^SSlaio^irls? with uuvauumni of^Mcld e^uiTm-powpr, ana' ' *'W of |-o»iiciiig upon tlieir^jgll'tfap'fat Ad *r '*- sulmiittiiit! t)i|iufto a^^pi at d Ihearty *j ' ' - jjmricv was.ni Uje^d^^^finJ^oweri, ?™. * »-1ibii thijy i^fiv«d, so^trMiss4d .^lEjjBiglit *? t * of I-ori|lij ^hig ^elop^efltftot'i^^M; I .^Slie wasiuinimngto nerseifWiiujo French f ~^00t\-! slie Um just Jcariiti 'hik! -was sauiiteiiiut '?' '?'* '?'. away from tliejjou.se, when she catffoTipoif *?. f? ISerryi infico^Wd couiforjabje arrayihyftig ^M full-length on a grass-plot, 'waokiug like a ''?^{urnacof, ' *W ' ' ? f. - iBP*.' Nancy coloie^K i hesitate-| ; 1iut soJhig ; that his eyes wwq^losed, slic resolved ,to y.j Btcal^oat, and le^rofcm undisturbed. 7 V # . ?-, As -sho^nt.tliii1' resolve, ittto actioR how * e^ur, the haiiasouio 'la...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensing Court. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Before Messrs. J. L. Ruthuven (Chairman), and F. B. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

Licensing Court. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Before Messrs. J. L. Ruthven (chairman), and F. B. Hales, J.'s P. TiiS'i.lcensinglrjasJKiotor's report for tho ''-ignarter w-w submitted, and it showed that out -of a total bt six public houses«ujidiir his. 'supervision, five wero l^orted iu)i)elfi|;i* well conducteS^' while one Was' «Uifejd .W)ji:V-vevy oiidly coiidueMu.' There were live houses iiotdiug colonial wine liceusea, ivliich Were ill said to be well conducted. On the whole She Wspbrt may be considered its fairly favourable. - MKJaines= Butler, tor Dennis Keoiu,'!), applieil foraeouditinnul publican's license for pivmisea to be ercutoi; at Telegraph Point. A .petition, signed by eleven nituned women residing in tlie locality, which stated that at the hearing of au application held some tinio .siuce for a .license for a house at Telej mull Point, T&tra. KcougJi, as a witness, stated that u public house wins not required, was lodged against the granting of the application. The Inspe...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Ball at Chatsworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 14 July 1888

Ball at Chatswoi'th. The ' Dallr Tfclnrroi*' says :- The Hon. C. J. Rolicrls, tlie l'ostiiia-terficiicral, mid Jirs. Itolicrtv, isave a liijre lial) at their residency, Cliutswortli, on Friday ovcvinir. June ill. Tne evening was fltie and dear and Iho visitors licpin to arrive nt 0, the hour fixed. The host and hostess, assisted h.v Ihoir eldest daughter, welcomed tlicir quests at one of the entrances ot the ballroom, wliieli «-ns i|Micl;l.v filluii l)y a cay and lirillkmll.v-nttiro-l crowd of ladles &nd gentlemen, miinli. Tin- over 200. Dmieiiiir «os qiiicfclv commenced, fno ivaltos buliif first indulged in to allow Mr. anil Mrs. Holierts to rociivc any latu visitors before the Urn square dance eoulil lie ?arralij.'e'i. During tlie ovenimr light rcfroshmonts were served in the dining-room, the rtellcioto icos an.! cofTcr liuine IiIkIiI] praised. Supiwr was arranged In the liilliard-room. turned for the night into the lovliiwt of suH|iei-ronius. Tlie Ulilo In the centre was ...

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 — 21 July 1888

. 5o tlis iBiaWtants of Port Macduaiie SURROUNDING* 'DISTRICTS. W. A. FORSTER& CO. _ TjKft to KBN7KN THAN KM to the 'inhabitants of SO) 1'ort ilucqiiarit- and tho Surrounding .District for tlieir lihg&l Mippurt dniinj: the short time they imve Ifceu iu business, auil solicit u continuance of tlie sdine ; ouil l«g to inform their frietida and mippmtciu that nny goods or. ktouk entrusted to their cure will receive their i-kksonal attention. \V. A. P. & Co. purpose huMlug ' MONTHLY SALES Or all descriptions of LIVK STOCK at their yards, 1'okt Macijitaihk Wkst, on tlio Inst Thursday ill coch month, commencing on Tlim-mlay, the 2Gth tiny of April, at 1 1 '.10 a.m. lly this means owners of utuck who intend sending their houses, CATTUi, iws, Ac, for sale will have an opportunity of having the same properly advertised (liy giving us timely uotico) so that buyers may be in attendance on milr -l«y«. Good uml wciifc paddocks for Stock, vii,'. At the Produce Auetiou Mart...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
European News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Siiiropaan News. On Saturday last cable communication with Java had not been restored ; but by the arrival of two ships at Port Darwin and Thursday Island, we received cable intel liguhce from Europe extending from June 30th to July 6th. Our Sydney correspon dent despatched u lengthy telegram to us ou Saturday last, -;oiitamm^ the following news, of which ait extraordinary was published duriug the day. IiQXUON, July 1. Dr. Blmisou, Archbishop of Gimteiliury, has received at Canterbury 01 Jnshopa, who will attend the ran-Anglifan Synod ut Luubetli, Eleven bis hops were present from the Australasian colonies. Tlie Government of Tahiti has imposed a protec tive tariff of 50 per cent, upon sill ISuulish ami American goods. Mr. Charles Conybeare, II. P. for Ganiborne, ami Mr. Suundera, addressed twelve thousand Social i.-its in Trafalgar S-iuat-c on Saturday. A sharp struggle took place tjntwecu the mob and the police, and several arrests were made. In conscqnunac of the unsettled state ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Resignation of the Minister for Loads. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Tio Resignation of tho Minister for Lands. {By TELRoitAPn.) SydS'by, Wednesday. Mn. Gmiuett has resigned his position as Minister for Lands, but not his seat for Cam deu. In his letter to the Premier he says that he. has at all times cordially agreed with the policy of the Government ; that his rela tions with his colleagues, especially with the Premier, have been of the most cordial and friendly character, and piomises in future a consistent support to the Parkes adminis tration, *

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

UELMUOL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. Giidrch OF Etsusu,- Beechwood 10-30. Knnis' 2-30, Port Macyuarie 715, Rev. 11. Wilson ; Port Maequarie 11, Mr. Jan. Mcliityre. Also «n July 29— Yurras 10-30, Klleiiboniiigh 3, Ri-v. R. Wilson; l'ort AlaeiiUiuie 1 1 and 7'15, Mr. James Mclntyre. Wksleyax. — l'ort Mocquarie 11, Telegraph l'oiut 3, lilackiiian's I'oiut 7, lt*v. S. Jl. Mac dadc ; Eunis 11. Mr. R. Woodlands. Also on July 29— fcuuis II, Blaukmau's I'oint 3, I'ort Mae.|imrie 7-iS, Hcv. S. II. Mau.la.lc ; I'ort Macquaric 11, Mr. J. Koltwood: I'uksuvtimiian'. — Huntingdon 10'30, Wauchope 2-30, I'ort Maoi|uarie 7M5, Rev. R, L-aviilson. Also on July 29 -fort -\Uci|uarie 11, Wnuchupe 3, Rev. H. Davidson. Gospkl TEMfEttASct.— On Sunday next, 22nd inst., Mr. B. Seiuple will preach at the following places— l'rote«t*ut Hall, Iteecliwood, 2-30 p.m. ; Temperance Hall, Kuuis, 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Financial Position. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Our Financial Position. (By Telegraph.) SrDNEr, Wednesday. Tnf. Treasurer's financial statement esti mated tin- revenue for the year at £9,158,072, or £376,000 in excess of the estimate made -iy him in December. After providing for the expenditure for tlie year he calculates a surplus of £596,720 in December, inclusive of the new taxation proposals now before the House, tie tuvtner said that tliougk the members might think the Government ought to do without now revenue they would need it, as the balance otherwise would be too small to meet tho first payment of the half million required for tlie reduction of the deficit. He admitted that the deficit of 1886 and the previous years had not been reduced, but had been slightly increased. There would be two loan estimates, one for £4,092,305 for general works and another for £1,390,000 to pay off debentures falling due.

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 — 21 July 1888

She £oxt $lar«ittari« $tw$. * ? SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

SYDNEY. Thursday. 'The Upper House has put the quietus upon the new taxation proposals. The Coun cil objected to go on with the Laud Tax Bill in tho absence of a Properry Tax Bill, and a motion was carried against tho Government adjourning the debate till Tuesday, the day appointed tor wie prorogation ot I'arimincnt. A long debate took placu in the Assembly ?on the Treasurer's financial statement, and it was adjourned at midnight. There is no prospect of tins appointment of a Minister for Lands for some timp, us tlio Premier intends to conduct the department liiinself. . jl Mr. McElhone said that he had rujBdwl to resign his scat at thn end of tlK^Bresenc sossiou, l-ut no'w'ha was dctorminnd W follow up Uio clmrgtts tnado ugninst M.r.JSarrett, # The Treasurer -hinted that the Property Tax Bill would not be proceeded with until after tlib recess. Friday. Tho Municipal Loans Bill passed through all its stages in the Upper House. The Divorce Extension Bill passed through Committee iu t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Speaker Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Sir. Speaker Young. Tun resolution moved iu the Legislative As sembly last week, by Mr. Buchanan, con demning the Speaker for ignorance of parlia mentary law and practiep. for frequent, irritating, uncalled-for and wrongful interfur ejico with members, and far thus being the occasion for disorder, vus iguouiiuiously rejected by a large body of lion, members. The associates or air. linclianau in ins con demnation were Messrs. Toolicy, JlcEUinne, Walker, aud Dawsoii ; and, taking into account the past conduct of sei-erai of these members, Mr. Young might well consider it a compliiubttt to be condemned by them. Three of the number, at all events, are mem bers of the House who have very frequently needed the restraint of tho Chair. It is therefore not to be wondered at that thev should charge Mr. Speaker with irritating in terference and ignorance ; just as uu ill behaved schoolboy, after partaking of a deserved castigation, complaint that his master is ignorant of the law of discipline...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. IjOKDON. phe cslile **s, restored ow Wednesday afternoon, and we are iu receipt of the fol lowing special messages.] July 15. In the crieki't »nnfoli-rs^ Australians aguinst Leicester, the latter won by 20 runs ; Australians against Derbyshire, die former won by an innings and 79 runs ; Australians ugainst All Hngland, the former went in hrst and Iiave niiu' wickets Anwn for 201 runs. Cecil Rhodes, of Oupctowii, Iia3 given ^£10,000 towards the Partiellitu fund on learning that Pernell was in favor of retain inff Irish members at Westminster. The annual cricket match between tho ?Gentlemen aiid Players of Engluiid was won by the former by (ivo runs. » 1 Sir William Cairns, late .Governor of Queensland and South Australia, is dead. The Imperial Parliament wilt meet parly in November. All business will hp abandoned this session with tho exception of the Local Covermnent Bill. A motion for payment of members has hcan rejected iu the House of Commons by a majori...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
About Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

About Protection. Tub Taree paper of Wednesday last contains a leading article commenting upon a telegram sent from Port Macquarie to the Australian ?Star, and purporting to be an account of Mr. Hose's success in the cause of protection on the Manning and Hastings Jtivers. We liavo nothiiig to say as to the truth or otherwise of the telegram ; but us reference is made there in to the Port Macquarie News being an un 'jiassed paper — which it certainly is — we wish to correct a false impression into which our contemporary and the public may fall, in thinking that the telegram emanated from us. We know nothing whatever of the authorship of the message, and therefore do not wish to be saddled with the responsibilities of others. Tho Taree Times says -ve have always favoured protection ; and iu this it is correct — we honestly believe that the protection of local industries would prove a great blessing to the colony, and that it would be in keeping with the law of self-preservation. A mo...

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 — 21 July 1888

Conscience is the pulse of reason. He that knowetli himsnlf best exalteth himself least. He who forsees calamUcs suffers thoiu twice over. Pleasure is the business of youth ; business is the pleasure of age. The greatest homage we can pay tho truth is to use it. What we call our despair is often only the painful eagerness of unfed hope. Never worry over trouble. The trouble itself is misery enough. If wo did but know liow little some enjoy the things they possess, there would not be i^ueli envy in the world. Life is a tiresome journey, and when a wan arrives At tho end Im is all out of breath, Satiro is a glass In which tlio boholdor sees OTei^Uody's fapu Ujit )i(h q\v«,

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. Sydney, 12th July, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 July 1888

Official Correspoadoace. Sydnev, 12th July, 1S88. A. K. I'ouutney, B*|., I'ort .Mwi|iiaric. Wear Hir,— We have your letter enclosing ono to the Chief Inspector of ritoek, ami have written to the Minister fur Mines, asking that your wish may be complied with. \Ve have ids) made applieation for the £.10 for ro.id to the Wilson Rivur through Cornbcrry I'ark ; and we hope that the report re (iowrie road will reach you in a lew days. CHARLBS J. ROBERTS. i. H. YOUNU. Department of 1'ublic Works, Office of Commissioner and Ktigiiiee.r for Roads, Sydney, l:ltli July, 18S8. Gentlemen,— I have to acknowledge thu receipt of your letter of 10th instant, on the subject men tinned hcrcuudcr. nud lo inform you that the loca-l officer haa been instructed to report. 1'. \V. FLYNN. Hon. J. H. Young, M.I1. Him. C. J. Roberts, M. I1. Subject— Kvpenditiire of £50 on the Itnijands Plains aud iVle^'rapii I'oint road tu the Wilson River. s ?

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