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

Germaine. CHAPTER VI. S ?'.* ' Well, it's an ill wind that blows nbhody good,' she said to the bloodhounds ; '.we'll go and hnvo a run ; I don't care what he says. He may Weak the engagement off if he likes ; it would lie a good thing ! I don't want to marry him if he means me to givo up hunting and bn put into his mother's lead ing-strings, and hear his nutere held up as patterns for ever. I did not expect marriage meant misery !'' Out. nt f.lii» vTllnm* Iaw wirln rrtMcv mnnrR rising into steep hills, that in autumn were purpli with heather. Sho took the dogs up the. hills leashed, li-st they ran after the sheep that fed -upon the short bill grass. The fresh nir blnw her tamper and her gloomy anticipations away. , ' I would' not have Archy know for the world !' she thought, 'flu would say he hurl told mu so, and lift so triumphant ; but I will take his advice, since he certainly knows best.' As she came homeward, along the roadside - that wound round the bottom of the hills, sho me...

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 — 15 June 1889

|. P. KEMP, ?tor, Conveyancer, fa,, ? Port Macquarie. H~/p VISITS WAUCHOPR EVER\ H/KDNBSDAY REOULARLY. EbThotel, H HORTON-STREET, ?Port Macquarie. I M'DONNOUCH ? PROPRIETOR. HLbove Hostelry is replete with every ^ndcin convenience. ?trooins are spacious, lofty, and well ? ventilated. Inge and~shower baths, ?mouious sample rooms. ?)mfortable commercial ? ROOM ^a iwiNES, SPIRITS, BEERS, -fcc., I Ann ?of the Choicest Brands. ?uisine is Unequalled out of ? the Metropolis. ?class stabling, attended ? by a careful and com ?rENT GROOM. ItAIJV OUTMi'i'lNii iJlil'AKljlKA . W Slxopwap ly Pest. WuroI.X',(;s.;ll-2 ami up»«tr.l« -'Alir.IA-; ?\1I-, tii any railway station or w.inni-t i. Ms Colony. ?iNKANTN Shirt*, trimmed, enilmiidiry ? l Lace, (ill. ltd. Is Gil. to .V each. ?INFANTS Ni.-iil(Jo«-iih. Jj-m:' Cmlh I'ri!!. Hi Kinliroid«ry, Ss. 3s O.I, tn fiS, .:a--h. ? NKAXTS NigliU :.im ii ,ll:inni'l. fla 3.1 (is li.i ? N FAN 1 S 1 lay i.Jown», Trimmed, Toi-ciiin ?hucicuues lira, Tucked aud Fcathci...

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 — 15 June 1889

pi Jv ? Htment if lods (?stings District ; ^?VANTACEOUSLY, Ksell . KICES, ^Hed Than v Houses, see. No puff i GOODS. Prince Might Wear. i Plain Figures. CEPTION. 3d Day & Night JUST LANDED. Jake Jim. ? Se Is Coining Again ! ? ; .. ? ?''?'r'W';H:or?:/: :: .?'/:f :--; ? Why J. Haprard, OF THE FAMILY EMPORIUM. J.H. bogs to thanl the inhabitants of Port Macquarie and the surround ing district for tlxeir liberal support during the past six years, and hopes, by sticking to his old pbtK ' Small Profits and Quick Returns,' w secure a continuance or^heir favours. ? J.H. begs to announce the arrival of the folkw^g goods; . ^ Splendid Range of Cashmeres (IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES), STRIPED CASHMERES, MERINOS, HOMESPUNS, &c. * Millinery. Tin's department lias had special attention, in the purchase, of the MOST FASHION ABLE HATS and BONNETS for the present season; FEATHERS, Ac, in great variety. Furnishing. CRETONNES, SHEETINGS, CURTAINS, QUILTS, TOILETS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, and 33 3...

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 — 15 June 1889

NOTICE. A forward movement in the interest or the Fanners, Producers, and Ship pers of Maize, Timber, and Produce of all kinds. To the Fawners, Storekeepers, Shi2- pers and others of the Hastings, Macleay, Bellinger, Manning, and Northern Districts. T. Edginton & Co., GRAIN, BARK, GENERAL MERCHANTS, 102 Sussex-street, Sydney, AND AT Launceston and Formby, Tasmania, HAVE very much pleasure in informing the residents of the alrave-muntioneil districts that, in response to many oilers of consignments, they have decided to establish a Commission Agency and Auetioneeiinj,' Brunch in connection with their already very large ami extensive established busi ness ofOeueral Merchants, Sc, aud which hasbeeu in existence fjr upwards 'A a quarter of a century iu Tasmania, aud for the past six years iu Sussex street. For many years past they have been large huyers of Maize from the agents, and iu order to get regular supplies for tiieir large up-country and Queensland trude now that their ...

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

Old ITaakiboo. Iu 3sf P0' fr'1 remote from tlie horoids' stirring note IhTmukI where the fences are low, - You '^^cal' fl'f r again the days of Colcraiue And in faucy your'ti-liliityjhs renew. Twenty years must have flowiisl*™ you first held With tlie best over water and wf H i Now, alas for tho6o days and tlieirVjare-devil ways, Aud the men of thu past, one and 1^ Could you wander, old horse, to lhatn-r Western course, T Much I fear you would seek it in vaiiK For the raspers you facod have to-ilkiy beeu difm]:Li!url. And no signs of the stockyard remain ; While the horses you met when the plough-land? were wet May uo longer the bright water face ; And the mcu that they bore will, alas, ride uomorc For the glory and love of the race. Some may say I am wrong, but I hold that the throng Of horsemen who lived iu your prime Got tlu-ir bravest mid best from the fields of the West Ere they sacrificed jumping to time. For at least we all know, if the pace was undo slow, That the fonces wer...

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

Little -True Heart. Two little hands, so careful and brisk, Putting the tea-thiriga away, While mother is rusting awhile in her chair, Fur she lias been busy all day. And the dear little fingers are working for love, Although they arc tender and tveu ; ' I'll do it so nicely,' shu snye to herself, ' There's nobody else, you see.' Two little feet just scampered upstairs ; Fiir papa will quickly be here, And his shoes must be ready, aud warm by the fire i usl is ouninig so urignt aud so clear ; Then she must climb on a chair to keep watoli ; ?' He oaunot come in without me. When mother is tired I open the door— There's nobody else, you boo.' Two little arms round papa's dear ntck, And a soft, downy cheek 'gainst his own ; For out of the nest no cosy ami bright The little one's mother had flown mie niusiies cue tcitrat'opa away as she thinks : ' Now he has uo one but me I inusu't give way, that would make him so Bad, And there's nobody else, you eee.' Two little tears on the pillow, ju...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Load Bill. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

'Iho Land Bill. (TO T11K F.MTOIt OF TUB S. M. HKHAI.il.) Sir, — Columns and columns Imve been written in the in Crests of the pastorulists, but hardly a word £.-r tie struggling selector. Nearly ull the speeches on the Land Bill have been delivered by the representatives of the Western and Central Divisions, and their constituents have not much cause (o com plain of neglect, but where are our Eastern Division representatives? So far we have been left out in the cold. Mr. Cnpeland, on Thursday last, unburdened himself as an Eastern' member, and although in the main his speech was a good one, it is to lie regretted he showed such utler ignorance of the requirements lit' ul l.-;i .t ;i j nrli.iii of th.it division I mem the umuslai district. A; reporteJ in the /Jr.; U, lie says--' Now In callle to a (|U slio:i very inti-ri-st i-ii* to him self as r.jjie.senting an eh-elo;ate in the Eust-rni IJi, -i.-jiiin. Tneir wh-ile utteiiijii seemed to In- to i:ui|. ilia!.-, the |i;i.sfnr.-i!ist.s ...

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Mr. M'Kinnon's Protest Against Messrs. Young and Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

' SCr. K'Eianoii'a Protest Ajaiast ICessrs. Young and, Eotorts., AVk are in receipt of a printed copy of the proceedings of the Elections and Qualifica tions Committee with regard to the protest lodged liy Mr. Hugh M'Kinuou against the return of Messrs. Young and Holier ts. Mr. M'Kiniion appeared in support of the peti tion, and Mr. Roberts appeared on behalf of Mr. Young and himself. The actual proceedings — the taking of evi dence — commenced on Thursday, April 25, and were concluded on April 26. Mr. 0. A. Lett was in the chair, and Messrs. Huycs, Ryrif, F. Smith, Street, and Wi k;iison were present. Mr. F. W. Wol.l), Olcrk jf the Legislative Assembly, produced the writ of election, und the l-allot paper-% Mr. Hugh i. 'JCimion, in reply to the chairman, deposed that he was a candidate at tin! last general election for the Hastings and Manning electorate. He was not returned as member, and petitioned for an inquiry into the election. [The petition, which we have previously publishe...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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[?] Important Case under the Crown Loads Act of 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

m& Important Case under the Crowa ? Lands Act of 1564. He following case, which is an exceedingly im ^^Btant one to coiulitioiral purchasers, was decided ?? other day before t!ie judges of the Supreme ^^Krt. Hi'- I'ilclicr, Q.C.anJ Mr. Pring, instructed by ^^?srs. AlilinM mill Allen, appealed in support of MM;romuKn: appeal ugniust the decision of tl,« HHl Hjard nc Vwiriulda, and Mr. Salomons, Q.C., ?HBMr. C. H. .SU-plion, iustructcil hy the Crown ^^Bttnr, in aup|)ort of tlie ck-cisiou of the L-uk! ^^?1. This wai a case sutu.l by the Minister fur HM, umlei- Kectioa 140 of the Crown Lau.ls Act of ^HM' accifii,,ii In- the Supreme (Joint. The fact* ?^?t »ere as iullnus :-O,, tlie 22ml Fcbruaiy, ^^^^ftJ. T. l.'uin IjLuainc the cunditioj.il purchaser ^^^?cce uf Unit in tlic Warittldadistiiut ciinsistiiiL' HHt ucn-s. Tim following additional cunditional ^^^?scs adjoi.iiug the said original purchase ivau ^^^?lently taken up hy Cain or hi-i legal trans ^^^?llut ia to say, 157 ucrea ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Preservation of the Tra[?]garoo Skins. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Preservation of the TiaHH g&roo Skine.^H^H Tin: committee seeking (o se^^^^^^^f tection to the indigenous noi^H^H^f South Australia lately lvceiH^H^Hfl Mr. R. G. Solomon, of Ncwufl^^^^^^H one of the largest tannersH^H^Ha ?Slates, wilh reference to ihe^^^^^^^H tio.i of the sail! Ol kangaiO) sl^H^H^J in weight. Jn one of these lett^H^Hfl mon writes : — ' 1 lieg leave to say^^^B ol i ue j»reati:&(j iinpuriiuicc. iu .rt-UHll airs^^^^H immediate steps be taken to stop the kn^^| of small kangaroos, or the totnl extermiiiatSB of this animal will be. brought about. I anr a large consumer of kangaroo skins, tanning '?early half a million skins per annum. It would surely be. better to stop the killing of I h« young animals entirely in every part of Australia by enacting a law which would im pose a line for the killing of any kangaroos whose skins weigh less than ten-twelfths of a pound. Lighter skins than (hese are almost unsaleable, and yet there are very large quantities of ...

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

Orange Blossoms. TnE following interesting account, taken from.4he. MatUay Chronicle., of the marriage pf Miss Wallace, daughter of Mr. T. Wallace, to Mr. P. % Hill.will be read with interest by the many 'friends of the family's bride iu the Hastings district :— - The PreibyUiriau Church, Smith-street, was yesterday the sceuc of a very pleasant and interes ting ceremony, the oceasiou beiug the marriage of Miss Wallace, daughter of Mr. T. Wallaoe, Bel grave street, to Mr. P. T. Hill, eldest sou of Mr. P. Vi. run, on tne .tree selection Store, smith street. The Church was beautifully decoratod witb ferns, evergreens, aud choice floral- designs. The marriage eeremouy was conducted by the Rev. John Taylor. The building was well filled with the nmuy f riendu of the bride and bridegroom. Shortly after II a.m. the bride was conducted to the altar by her father, attended by six brides maids, cisters of tho bride and bridegroom, viz : Miss Hill, Miss Wallace, the Misses Maggie, Sarah, and Fl...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Land Susinoss. DrKTVo the past fortnight thu following business has beeu transacted at the local laud olficc : — Jitnk 0. John Gillis, 40 acres c.l., parish of Walihree, iinmndialely adjoining tlic eastern boundary of a.c.p. applied for, commencing at the south-east corner of T. Gillis' portion 32. tliencc south to the northern boundary of H. O. Mattan'a selection, thence aloiiL' Mattim's line about 20 chains, thence uortli to the south-west corner of J. Gillis' portion 32, thence enst by the southern boundary of that portion to point of commencement. Daniel Mattan, 40 acres, c.p., parish of Walibree, commencing at a gum tree blazed and a trench dug on the ri-;lit bank of JJulli Creek, at a point distant about 3 chains south from the northeast corner of portion 36, thence east GO cluins, thence north a sufficient distance, thence west to liulli Creek, thence southerly by that ercck to poiut of com mencement!? John Gillis, 48 lores, n.c.p., paris'i of Walibree, commencing at the nort...

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

Mango in Harass. ]n our circuit judge, Air. Justice Murray, lint nnlv have, we got a fair and impartial expounder and dispenser nf t li.- law, but a ueutli-maii win) also takes a d'vp interest hi tin- ivi-lfaiv nt' (Ik- ciiiiiiiiiinil V, outside of his 'lli-ial duties; consequently we often hear of him tliriiwiny cm t, siig^estin'is of no small im pdilanee. One of this nature was mnde dining the hearini; 'f 'he oa«e lj«e mtsus ('n.iiiihrs, nl the histrict Cmirt, in whieh a horse was the subject of dispute. He stated ^^^^^^^^^H^^^^HpPMliTthat: they ^^^^^^^^^H^NMlnittce, and that a ^^^^^^PP^mneting be called for Tuesday, HH^^meTto confirm the same. Carried. The sub-committee appointed to inquire into the alterations to the School of Arts building, submitted their report. It is proposed to tiring the front of the building out to the alignment, and erect an awning over the footpath. This will give an addition of twenty-one feet, four feet of which will be added on to the main room, whil...

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

. Official Conospoadence. Thk following official letters have been addressed to Messrs. Young and Roberts, M's.P. : — Department of Public Works, Sydney, June 5, 18S9. Gentlemen,— I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 3rd iust., ou the subject undermentioned, and to inform you that the matter has beeu referred for the report of the proper officer, aud when the necessary information has beeu received, a further communication will be made to you.- I have, &c., J. BARLING. Subject—Requesting grant for roads within the municipality of Port Macquarie. Department of Public Works, Sydney, June 3, 18S9. Gentlemen,— I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 21st May, on the subject undermentioned, and to inform you that the matter has been referred ior the report of the proper officer, and when the necessary information has been received, a further communication will be made to you. — I have, &c, J. BARLING. Subject— Punt at Rawdo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. MONDAY, JUNE 10. Before F. B. Hales, E.q., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 June 1889

Folics Court. Monday, Titn-e 10. Before F. B. Hales, E-q., P.M. George Bcattie, for imbibing too freely of intoxi cating liquors on the previous Saturday uight, was admonished and discharged. Tcesdat, June U. Before F. B. Hales, Ksq., P.M., and P. Daniher, Esq., J.P. John Horning was charged by Mr. Forest Ranger Brown with a breach of the Timber Regu lations, by cutting timber without a license. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s and 4s 10d costs, levy and distress, or 24 hours in gaol. Fine paid. THURSDAY, June 13. Before F. B. Hales, Ksq., P.M. Edwiu Roberts, a vcrrion boy, iu the employ of John Coombcs, was brought up on a charge of suspicion of illegally H6ing a hay horse, the property of his master, and was remanded for seven days. During the hearing of a case at the late distric court, His Honor's searching glance rested on th mutilated and diity copy of Holy Writ on wliiel the witnesses were being asked to take the oatli and said he would not be surprised, judging by tli lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 July 1891

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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 July 1891

OF 'WBlCldpPiDTICE WILL BE GIVEN. * JAMES BrTLEJU AUCTIONEER I A St. 1} e 11 e r a 1 A g © n t , NEW ROOMS, HOIITON-STKKET, Port Macquarie, nicpinsi'.vrs Tin: ki.ii.-iwix-; ackxciics : Qmrnslaiiil Ci.ivei im,- lit. f.ir tl.c sale of C.nuii ].;iiii1.-,. I'arliciiWrs ah to ixirlimis available, iiml Litlios Iij Iju such tin application. United InMiinnre Company. Mutual Ufr A-soi.-iati.iii (if Australasia. 'Sy.lncy M.irniii;: Heral.l' an.l 'Ky.iiii-y Mail.' All Traiisa.rtiim' in conm-di'in witli Takinr l.- of Laml ami 1'ivpariiiK Applii-ati ins in Uieir Krvcrul Kunns lvi-uivi- swtial altnitii.ii. Land Omit altra.lol (m liulialf c.f applicant* vrlicn tin ir pivsciicc is not specially r.rupssary. Interests en l,-.n.l. as tlu-y fall .lne, ami I'ay menta of K«nU iiceiv pnm.pt ,-itu.ntii.n. l'tfwms remitting tame slionl.l W-av in mind to tend with it their la.st locdpt to save tronl.k'. TiniluT licenses ulilaini'il anil foi warded to applicant!). GRATEFUL COMFORTING. fc_EPPS'S~~COCOA. B^^H^H...

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Velvet Snow CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 July 1891

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Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 July 1891

Local and General News. Imi-i!m\ i:mi:st.-. ? — We aiv vcrv |.1.msoi1 lo ..hsei-v.. dm ih- iiiKi^iillv oil loukcries and nii* 'liich h.no di^.ni.-.-d ih,.- main llwroujjliliiii' of ijjj^mjj I'm- -sonn; veils |,.is* ?|h^- ^iie |flj^^BflflBktl).l eh-jc^^ ^^^^^^^^^il^^^^^B^^H i I'll' '^^^H j^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^B^-'1 on tlfl ^^^^H^^^^^^^HUady ] HH|^ I ty , ptiiat^HWTO^slieet. This Btruclure is already in liand, and will be finished in a few mouths. This tender of Mr. Knowles lias been accepted for thu erection of police barracks, the locale of which will be in what is known as Government House paddock-. The worlr of erecting this structure will occupy some time, us the building is to he a very large and substantial one, of bride. Mr. ?V Kiiigsiovdisuow in tin; occupiA,' of n neat cot.'^^HH^^ erected to hisflh:r in Wi.«i l'.irt^r^Mnnrie : and wo ^B' tlr.M soveral other jjersuns iuthis iiei;;libpi^B«'J are Ihinldng of huiMing. From the ab^B^is ? uite evid-iiit that Port 'Mac(]imrii;J^^Bfc I st...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wa[?]hops. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 July 1891

?^Tfi-ajijaps- (m:iiM fit'il coiir.i.-ji'Oxi-.i.M.) Tin: weather is li ,e h^i-e al pn:-:enl. hut li -w loa- it «ill I..-.I we eannol tell, for we. l::v. rain cm IV week .iKV-c -- less. We had :, f.-*- fn.,i.y ni-lns l.-.st w.-rk. and w would very much like (o see i. few' more, as it wind. I kill' lh.. w ? U i-.nd enal.lo mil- lanii.Ts lo cl.-ar (heir land l.el'oiv plnn.'ainu'. fr.:ve)-.-! for (he early cro;i. Finr wi-:mIk-i- i-: i:n:-jh. needed at p'-i'aiM-.l f.'.r fir. nil. j operations. C ^ in- poor faiin.'is have ?-. n.-l. to cnnd-nd wiLii, s-nneliuies Ihey have li.o inneli rain and Mi.iioliiiie.s loo m'ueli .Iron^ht, anil uhal with l|..o-|s, droii^lii, nuize l.!i_'!n, poor crops and low price.-; h is, pi-tlin- :i!l jokes on .'I- side. ei-.. ,;?._;!. to drive ti;..,n fii: I fi their .senses or lo i.-o ? il sui.-i-le llo-.u-vi-r, il ' is lo lie hoped ih.V, t'.iii,^; will I:.!:.: a ehaa.-' In-fore ki.u for t':ie Letter, to encoura:,'.- the p-v,i- farmer to si ill worli avvav. A. ve...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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