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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 June 1889

msmmm^ T^.^niarto^l^ 'in^e^fiffiJ^^lw^Puc^ay^^./^ttBeli, vhont^elwj^/ftre^JiwntS^he Mayor ;'{iii the chair), arid AJdermeh Hay ward, Hibbard, JenMngs)Cavauagh,;arid-}aul. ' The minutes oTihe previous mefting were read, and confiriuod on the motion of Alder man Gaul, seconded by Alderman Hay ward. ? COHBESPONDENCE. A letter was rend from Mr. T. E. Edwards, complaining of the state of the watertable in front of his residence. . From Mrs. M. Fenn, asking that the road ou the western side of her property at Fernhill might be opened, as at present she had no means of access to the New England Road, except by a bush track, which was very rough 'and dangerous. From Mrs. CM. Be^ke, complaining that ingress and egress to her premises in William street were almost impossible owing to the very dilapidated state of the road aud foot paths iu the vicinity. She stated that hitherto she had maintained the footpath at her own expense, but it had now become so bad that she must request the Council t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POET MAGQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 June 1889

? t»uii-PiNiuiN«'eLLli;)E:Nii)iif [?] June 3.— p.s. Avon, 125 tout, Captain J. Ntoliol-, eon, from tho Bellinger. , '; ? -' Juue 3.— Alice May, from Sydney. ; Junc4,— flmpremof India, from Sydney. ?-,. . Juno -JI-JuKui Vbgel, from Sydney. June 4.— Queen, from Sydney. June 4.— Violet, from Sydney. June 4. -1.8. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain K. Tapllu, from .Sydney. VasgenKerSr-Mesciainei Williams aud Hooper, Messrs. A. E. Ellis, G. F. Clomouti, Hooiiur, Roskolly, Leslie Vf: McKay, D. Leo, aud -2 for the Bellinger. Cargo— 20 tons general merchandise for Port Maoquarie, and 10 tons foi the Bellinger. June 5.— a.s. Ferumount, 200 tons. Captain p. ' Antbon, from the Nainlmcaa Eh or. Passengers— Mrs. Authoil (und 2 children), Miss Browu, Miss WcGee, Miss Dreunon, and Mr. Allan. ' Cargo— 20,000 feet sawn timber, 6 oedar logs, 400 bags main, aud sundries. The cargo of timber includes samples of rosewood, mountain ash, aud beech, from Mr. A. Davis' sawmills on the Nnmbucca. It is intended' f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 June 1889

Solicitor, CdfflfiSfeiiS Port Macquarie. MR. KEMP VISITS WAUCHOPE EVERY WEDNESDAY EEGDLAttLV^) ; «taeT hgtee HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNOUGH PROPRIETOR. THEa'iove Hostelry is replete with every modern convenience. ...'.. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and wi-ll ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ;! ^- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, 4c, ? AM5 Only of the Choicest Brands: The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. F1RST-OLASS STALLING, ATTENDED TO »Y A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT OR00M. I »AltV OUTl'Tl'MNU HM'ARTMKN , Shoupiap1 'ky ? Post. PnroliHsas.ifi? uii.l upwards - AH HI AC. PAID, tn any railway NUitiiin '-r wapnrt i: the O.i!nny. ' 1NKANTS Shirts.' trinimoil, omhmiderv anil [JV'\ -iil. I'd, IB lid. l--.r-«- ?-''?'i- INI'ANTO NMiMiowiis. Lmn: Cloth Krill Mid I'mliriiiili-iy. :is. :tv IM. 1«. fis. --uJi. IN I'A NTS Niirlil - So« milium.-!, iw 3d tin II.! 1NKANTS l»ay »5u»-n». Ti-iiiimcl. lord.;... V&lu...

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 — 8 June 1889

UELIGIOVS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Oilmen of Knolavd. — Bccchwood 10.30, Ennis 2 30, Port Macquaric 7'I5, Rev. K. Wilson. Also on June 18— Roilauds L'luius 10-30, Telegraph Point 230, Port Macquarie 7*15, Rev. R. Wilson. Weslevan.— Kendall 11 and 3, Laurietou 7, Rev. J. Parker; Port Mucquarie 11, Blackmau's Point 3, Mr. J. Boltwobd ; Kuuis 11, Port Mac Suarie 7°15, Mr. J. While; Blackmau's Point 7, ir. R. Masters. Also on June 16— Beech wood 11, Rawdon Island 2-15, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. J. Parker ; Port Macquarie 11, Itlackmau's Point 3, Mr. J. Sccoinbc ; Ennis 11, Mr. R. Woodlands; Jilackman's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Pbesbvtkhian.— Huntingdon 1030, Port Mac quarie 715. No service at Wauchope, owing to the painting of the church. Also ou Juuo 10 — Upper Caindeu Haven 1030, Kendall 3, Laurietou 7, Rev. R. Davidson.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY K[?] TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 June 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. . [Br Elkotric TuLKGBimi.) Thursday. Messrs. Harrison, Jones & Dovlin quote— Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 4d j hides, 2Jd to 2JJ ; tallow, £20 to 122 per ton.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^Rnurs on the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^ffing past us, and on ^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^sce signs of advancement and ^ From tlic Richmond River ivc B^^^jearu that the dairying industry is becoming firmly established, and at the present rale of increase must attain large proportions in a few years. Five years ago not :i pound of butter was exported, but last year 7800 kegs, equal to 400,000 pounds, were shipped. This, at Is per pound, represents an ineoiuu from the industry of ,£-J0,000, equal to tlio returns of 100,000 bushels of maize at is Gd per bushel. lJuttui' making seems to bo the chief business, cheese manufacture not being so prulilalil.;. The cream separators have reduced the extraction of the butler from the ^ milk to a mere bagatelle, and has thus ^K created a preference for butter making. ^^k Large areas of limbered country are being ^K\ cleared for the extension of the industry, ^^?^which has dune, much for the Richmond, by ^^^^BuiciYasing (lie value of its land c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

HORDERN BROS. IN PIT^S^^H MASON BROS. Ltd., Offices : 263 to 269 Kent Street, Sydney, General Merchants and Shipping Agents Importer! of every A't ription of Americas, British and Continental Hardware and Holloware Earthenware, China and Glassware. Portland (Jement^ltobin's, Fewer*, Level fs, &e. Val ilc Travcrs1 Aspbalt. I Water I'ipcs and Tubing. /A Fire Bricks and Clay. JM Lead— Sheet and Tip:- ^H Pig Iron and Tram Hnils. _J^^B Canvas Twine anil Kelt. ^^^^H Bait — ltock Course ami Fine. ^^^^B Fencing Wire and (Sheep Shears. ^^^^^^H Bran lilies and Ore Itags. ^^^^^M Whiting Caustic Sotla. ^H^^^H Criterion & Sommcrvillu's llama. ^^^^^^^H Tickles Castor and Sahid Oil. ^^^^H Tinned l'ruils, Vinegar. ^^1^1 Gilticrt'f Starch and Curn Flour. ^^M Dates, Figs and Currant a. ^ iOESTS F0B Jolm Walker und Nous' Wliiuky. Lucien Konciuld's Finest Old Drandies. J.1 Soriu and Co.'s do. do. do. J. T. Gavcii's Schnapps and Geneva. Machciri Pelican Stout, llclvin i: Co.'s Sparkling ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

^^^^^^^^^^^^PKation^^^^H ^^^^^^K^ryt0 satisfy *^^H ^^^^^^^^Vjtale as niiich,]HV ^^^^^^Vtlioy induced people j^^^^^^Fsin.-.ss men in our lar^i ^^^^^f1' savings in u selection ^^^^?improvc it us something ^^^^^Bcn past work. instead of ^^^^^Knsioner.s ou tlie Sato? ^^^H^Huvcst his Savings in this ^H^^^^^^^^Phis old age, and at tlio ^^^^^^^^BHfficc tin; value of the sur ^^^^^^Hte lands, thus inducing others to ^^^^^^^Bainplc. 1 aiu aware of tho con ^^^^^^^?te non-rrsidunce clause, but no ^^^^^^?n affbrJ to take up land under ^^^^^^H any man who has lived in the ^^^^^H up to the; ' tricks of the tr;i:le' ^^^^^^Hiimsclf with the idea that hit can ^^^^^Hetop dummying is more than 1 ^^^^Hgne. Although Mr. Copi'land, in ^^^^^^m of increased area, lias sat on the ^^^^^?lie has hit the ri^ht nail on the ^^^^^H if he could only carry out thu ideu ^^^^Hhnvo niiie-tenl li.s of die people, who ^^^^Bid what is required with him when ^^^^H We only require thre.c. provisions in ^^^^?carry out the wh...

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Lauriston. (FROM [?]OR [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Progress Committee. The final meeting of the members of the Port Macquarie and Hastings District Pro gress Committee was held at the; Star Hotel, Port Macquarie, on Saturday last, Juue 8. There were present — Messrs. G. Lindsay (in the chair), H. L. Wilson, D. Bain, G. Steel, F. Dawes, and A. E. Pountney (lion, secre tary). Tha minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed ; also correspond-. encc, as puDiisnea in me local press. The secretary read u petition, addressed to the members of the Progress Committee, from the residents of the Upper Hastings, asking that the road between the Hastings and Forbes Rivers might be opened for traffic. The petition set forth ' That this road passes through James Noakes' pro perty ; and, although surveyed iu or about May, 1880, has never been travelled, as' in its present statu it is quite unavailable for vehicular traffic. Before it can be travelled it will require to be cleared, three culverts to be constructed, and also two or three ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

SOOTS! BOOTS! F. HUTLEY, OF THE London and Continental Boot Palace, XTTISHES to thank the inhabitants of ''' ': *!SvTort Macquarie and the Hastings Districl^for their very liberal support accorded V- him during ^he past two years, and I tegs tV?i»tflthat he is NOW OFFERING splendid Assortment Boots and Shoes, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, At the Lowest Prices -. — EVEB OFFEHBU V IN PORT MAOQUARIE. An Immense Stock to Select From. F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOEMAKER BORTON-BTBBBT, PORT MACQUABIE, AND WAUCHOPE, HASTINGS RIVER. Fruit Trees and Flowering and Ornamental Plants. ORDERS arc now being booked by tlio under signed for a very fine lot of Fruit Trees and Flowering and Ornamental Plants at 16a per dozen or £6 per hundred, including freight per steamer or sailing vessel. See Pamphlet No 3, Page 17, copies of which can be bad from the undersigned. F. 0. LAGKRLOW, General Agent, Tarce. ESTABLISHED 188O. JOHN MELLIDAY AND CO., COMMISSION AJCD PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 154 SUS8EX-BTEBET, S...

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The American, Calamity. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

The American, Calamity. Tun cable has brought us news of a calamity' in America, the laud of great phenomena/ whose like the world has not frequently sej^. We cannot as yet realise howjwjft1.! '?yjtffTliat holac.ust in fair PejwiSy' lvaiiia ; the human mind is too tiiiifce ^-j grasp it in a moment. Fifteen thousand \jion, women, and children — who a fortnight ago w-ere toiling, or pleasuring, doiy/v good, sinning, pursuing the many avocatjins of life heedless of the menace that, WiVt- a sword of Damocles, hung o'er them restrained only by a few fee.t of wall — have/been hurled into eternity in a few Iioup^ und their erstwhile habitation is now a. windswept waterwashed wilderness — a Golgolha and a Gehenna in one. We say oiiiy 15,000 souls have been released from human thraldom, because in calamities such us this there is apt to be exaggeration begotten of excitation bordering on mad ness, because we cannot conceive the disaster to be greater. It is asserted that 40,000 persons are m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

rpO ADVERTISERS.— Advertisements not ex _L ceedinf l(i words (two line.') will be inserted in the Port ilacquuric News for !a (oue shilling! CASH. ? ^ ? GOOD opening for lilauksinitli. Smithy and tools ready. Apply Mrs. Henry, Upper Hastings. I71OK SALE— A number of DRAUGHT HORSES. : J. Down KB, Rawdou Island. ? OK. SALE.— Good duuMo-noated Buggy, cheap. Apply next the Stir Hotel, Port Maequaric. ' SHERIFF'S SALE' Briscoe & Others v. Welch W. T. FI. FA.. BY' virtue of a warrant of fieri faeia* herein, ianncd out of the Supreme Court, tluluil 11th June, ISS9, the Sheriff will cause; to be sold by 1 'oN THURSDA Y, JUNE 20, at 12 o'clock (sonx), AT THH RKRinKNCK OF DKKKNDANT, Glebe Road, Port Macquarie, Horse Saddle and Bridle Prize Plough Household Furniture aud Effects Ducks Geese Poultry Working Plant of Tinsmith and Plumber Unless this writ be previously satisfied. HENRY WINDKYHR, Sheriirs Officer. H. S. Harden, Plaintiff's Attorney, Sydney. Challenge. \S HEXRY A. ARNOLD wa...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RELIGIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

UELIUIOUS ANXOtN^E.USiXTS. Ciu-iKiH or Ksoiasd.— Hollands Main- 10-30, 'JVIeeiapli Poiufi-JO, I'ort Mai-quarie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on June 2.1-Hei-eliwii.jd 10-30,. liunis 2-30, Port Macquarie 7-15. Rev. R. Wilson. SVKSI.KVAS.-lSeechnoJd 11, Ifcuilui. H.tinl -J-'.r,, ^^^ l'oit Mauiinariu 7' 15, Kov. J. 1'aikvr ; Port M.w. BBW^ (in.ii'ie II, Klackinan's Point 3, Mr. .1. S.'.;.,,,ibe ; BBBBWEuuis^tMr. It. Wooillands; lllack.nai , Point BBpBpB^BpBB^^-Alsu on June 23 -Hollands BBBBBBBBBflBBBBB^k^'t 3, Port Macquarie B^B^B^B^B^B^B^BHBBB^B^B^^lr. K. that an epidemic among horses, known as ' the mange,' was becoming very prevalent on the Queensland border, and indeed had spread all over the Tweed and Richmond Rivers, and was also gaining ground in the Clarence district ; and he had even seen one eas-o so far south as Ketupsey, which, lie was sorry to say, was in one of the police horses. Liu said that no official action had as yet been taken to check its spread, and he recom mended t...

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[?]egrams. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

^Hfegrams. ^B June 12. ^^^B Paris exhibition ^^^^B matio relations ^^^^H^t upon the ^^^^K\ arrest of a ^^^H Nihilist plot ^^^Hess of Wales ^^^^^?1 of Princess ^^^H-i married to ^^^^^^Baris arrang ^^^^^^^tvoppration ^^^^^^^ktt formal ^^^^^^^?1 concede ^^^^^^^^kspect of ^^^^^^^^?M ataaf a. ^^^^^^^^kscovered ^^^^^^^^?nitation ^^^^^^A'to St. ^^^^^^^^^Ka are ^^^^^^K for ^^^^^^^^^^^m ou [?] ^^^^^^^^^^^HHPRRaay. ^^^^^^^^^^MWeAacant See ^?^^^?Pv, br. ^Vilkin ^^^^^^^^p?/, Dr. CamiclRp, ^^^^^^^^BPiirrar, Archdeacon ^^^^HPrrohdoaooii Gunlher, ^^^|Pnirister),'Rev. Ilaudlcy ^^K), Rev. Welib P(-ploe ^^^m Lanpi^y (Melbourne), ^^VfLondoif, an L Professor. ^^f it?1')' f he detW^c on tho PV°/!it times; somewhat stormy. lAisposition to secure a Low IJlt the tone that prevailed did Uch results. The Synod will liorrow which three to select, Hhe final choice is to be made by ? New South Wales. . v H tho Assembly last -iight Mr. Haid thai the Payment of Mem Hieen passed by tho Assembly, ?ected by the Uppe...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

COilUZttCIAL IX rELLIUENCE. Sydney Markets. [Hy Klf.ctkic Tkleguai-h.] Thursday. Mr. VV. C. Robiuson quotes -Prime maize, 3s 3d ; pigs, fid ; liacmi, Sd : eggs, Is. Messrs. J. Ik-nnctt k Sons -|uote— Prime dry n.oize ,-ts 3d, eggs Is (id, fowls 3s (id to 4s, ducks 5s, liutter Is, bacon (id to Sd, potatoes 5s, flour £14 to £14 10a.

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Macleay River. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Macleay Rivor. (PROM OUK COnKESl'OSDRNT.) TnE tragnet Company gave onu of llieir ainusiag performances in tho Tbcaire Itoyal on Satni-ilay uight, and hml a full liousc. The enter tu i n men t in its various jiarts was ou an average very gooil, and ecvined to be appreciated liy tlie auilicncc. A general meeting of '.lie Mauluay Protection League waa heW at Smitlitown ou Satanky, Stli iust. The attendance was not so larye us niiL'lit have been expected, owing uo doubt to the fact that most of the farmers are busy pulling corn. Mr. Maeklin, the former president, waB in tlie eliair, aud in a short address set forth the advisability of re-organising, to he prepared for an election. Mr. J. O Neil, J.P., moved the following resolution : — ' That the Macleay Protection League be re organised, and that rules he adopted to cany out tho business.' Curried. Those present, having been previously enrolled members, then decided on electing a president. Mr. MucUlin was the only one proposed, and wa...

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 — 15 June 1889

SlllrflNii INTULMUEXCE. POUT MAC(JUARIK. AUKIVALS. June 11.— s.s. Wellington, 1SU Urns, uapiaiu Tupliii, fimii Sydney. Passengers— -Mrs. Kuuuy, Measis. SU-:icIiuubg and Henslct, unit i in the sti'uiayc. Cui'j;o — 25 tons for Port -Mucijuarie, mid 10 tons for the ISulliiigfr. June ll.-p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Capt. Nicholson, fvuin the Bellinger. .Juno 1 1. — Unique, from Canulcn Haven. June 14.— s.s. Wellington, 131) tons. Captain R. Tapliii, frum Sy.lney. PmsuiigL-rs-Mussni. Hyl.ifil, 1'rinc, W^tt, .V. K-iiio, Treittmid 2 sous. Cargo— -JO tons lor Port Muui|uariu and ' tons for the Jielliiigcr. UEl'ABTCUKS. June 8. —h.s. WuJlinb'toi-, 130 tons, Captain R. Tiiplin, for Sydney. I'ussungcrs-Mesclames MuiHiin, Leveson, ami Reed, Messrs. J. 5-itonehouse, N. Cain, 1'. D.iiulilam, K. L-ivumlcr, ami 4 in the Btecratjc. Garyo-SliT Iki(,m maize, S liiiles, 93 pi«8, C coops poultry, 15 cases CKgs, 8 lags potatoes, 2 cases tUli, 7 iir.-uask* wine, and 10 piukaqua sundries. JuneU.— p.s. Avon, 150 t...

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The New Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

_ The New Time-taTile. TnE protest entered by us against the sugges tions of the Taree people, in reference to tbe amended timetable of mails, has had'a most beneficial elfcct, as will lie seeu by the follow ing. It has been arranged that tbe Sydney mails shall arrive at Port Macquarie at 7'30 a.m., and proceed .north at 8.30 a.m. ; the northern mails for Sydney will arrive in Port Macpuarie at 10 a.m., and leave at 11 a.m. ; so that business people will nave provided the local office is not opened till 9 o'clock, as at present — at least an hour and a lialf to answer any important letters. We publish the following letter and information iu reference to the matter : — General Post Office. Sydney, May 23, 1889. Gentlemen,— With reference tj previous corres pniuleiico on the matter, and in particular to your letter of the 21st iust., forwarding a petition signed by the Mayor of Taree, concerning tho pro p.wert new time table for the liexham, Taree, Kempsey, etc, services, I am directe...

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Tall Swearing. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Tall Sweariaa'. The other duy, writes a correspondent, I was told the following story by one of tho nnni Ijors of the Montreal (Canada) Bar, who was actually ('imaged as counsel in th« trinl : ? 'Tin- jirosL'cutiou wus for nuisance, and was brought by Hur Majesty against flu: owners of one of tlie largest iron works in that city. Tho residents in the neighbour hood hid subscribed funds and retained counsel, a true bill was found, and -ke case procmlud bi-foro the Court of Queen's Bench (Crown Bide). Tho usunl li'stjiimnv was uddnci'd. Householders told dreadful tal«s of the diiinn«i! dono to properly by the immense quantity of sinolra omitted from tbe low chimneys of the defendants' furnaces ; housewives testified that their washing was constantly spoiled when hung out to dry iu their yards or ou their roofs; and medical men swore to the deleterious effects of the smoke on the public health. Toward the close of tho cuse we put a gentleman from the Emerald Isle on the stand. He owned...

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