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[?] LONDON. August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
[?] Aueust 13. A cabie has Iteen recpived, stating that angry excitement prevails in New South Walei over an alleged syndicate offering to privately talce up a loan. Sir Saul Samuel denies haviig received the offer. The press comments oi the subject also, and upon the fall which occurred in the price of stock. iuc ; -nnj wuct uiai inn tall is merely nominal. ^ 'he Standard regards the alleged offer as a jodjer's scheme to low-;r the pHce of New Soith Wales stock. The Financial Tinwti explins that the syndicate was formed by a iHadiir jobber's exchange, who cabled the of^korect to the New South Wales Govenl^l^^London financiers ore iiiJ present. ^^^^^^ #flP-'^'^^^^H leuge for 4^Kt^^Mh|& oft'^^^H the world.Hkg. ^HH^or a sta^H| ^^^^^^^^Hep ma^^^^^^^B ^^^^^^^?P firm. ^^^^HHH ^^^^^^^?^^?^been^^^^^^^^^^l ^^^^^^^^^ido^^^^^^H I^^^Lfigpvv^^^^^^^^^^^^H| pc^^^^K^, and a^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l thl^^^A The^WmHpll^? and fflPPHjigers and crew landed at the quarantine station. Erery precaution is b...
The Dairying Industry. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Tho Dairying Industry. ^] TO THE EDITOR OF THE POKT MACQUARIK SEWS. Sir,— I ri'ftd with interest ynu4£ivport of the butter fuctory mpeting at Wauehope, and had purposed being present had not adverse circumstances prevented my so doing. Since the inception of the industry on the Macleay I have felt a keen interest in it, and have gathered a good deal of information regard ing its rise and progress there, from the fact that my brother is largely interested in the WariHilon factory, and has been the chief importer of dairy cattle from the south coast, amounting to about 70 head, besides having visited the district several times for the pur pose of gaining information concerning the main features of the industry. During his (irst visit lie secured soiiik fine cattle, but act ing on the advice of several gentlemen in the district, he again visited the holding ot the great show, at wliich a-sum of about £100 was distributed among the cattle exhibitors ; then seoing the several breeds test...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Municipal Council. There wae a full attendance at the regular meeting of this body held on Monday last, 10th instant, the Mayor occupying the cliair MINUTES. The minutes of ilie previous meriting were read, and Aldermen Gaul and Woodlands moved their adoption, which was carried. CORRESPONDENCE. Sydney, AugiutS, ISfll. T-i tlic Mayor and AMermL'U, I'ort Ntacqnarie. Sirs,— We have yourletter of the 29tli instant, and will have much pleasure ill doing all we can in the matter referred to. 1. Application has been made for £200 to enable your Council to improve I'ark in I'ort Macquarie West. We are afraid this come* too lite in the year to enahle the Minister to give it from funds voted for 1891, aa this has piuhalily been all appropriated, ifeo it will have to ttsuul over fur dieitt year's vote. 2. _\Ve will hurrv on the work at bridec over Ko*»nb«nR Creek. :»T\Ve will enquire as to acceptance of tender for Police Barracks, aud urge the work ^suMrffcf at ?once. ^^^^^^H 4. We will give a...
Butter Making. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Butter Making, Stop when the butter granules are of til size of wheat kernels. Wash with pure clean water till all trace of buttermilk is removed. Sift the salt as evenly as possible over the butter while it is still in the irranular form, or brine salt it. Let it stand twenty minutes, or till salt is thoroughly dissolved. Revolve the churn until the butter is masse.l, being careful not to overwork it. Print or pack immediately from the churn. If colouring is needed, add to the cream after it has been brought to the proper tem perature of churning. A little camphor placed in every window sill will keep out (lies except in thajkitchen, where the temptation is stroua^^B^ thn remedy of necessity a little mi^^^vnt, liut n little camphor sprinkled ^^^^^Bpk stove now mid again will ilrivc^^^^^Hstg and keep them out, while it ''fl^^^^^^^K isc the unpleasant smell of cool^^^^^^Hi The number of passengers can^^^^^^^^^k railroads in the^world iiveraircs^^^^^^^^^B daily. ^Hk ^^^^^B The revcn^^...
The Coming Deluge. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
The Coming Deluge; A Fkkncii giologist has made a careful cal culation of the amount of solid matter yearly carried off into the ocean by the action of the rivers of the world and other causes. Ho estimates that the reduction of the average height of the surfaco of the solid lands is OOGin each year. Making allowance for the corresponding rise in the lied of the ocean, and taking no account of the ncurrencc of volcanic and other exceptional phenomena — the general tendency of which is to hasten the process of disintegration — the period at which the solid land will have ceased to exist and thn surface of the earth will be covered with water has been .'sliinated. As, however, that period is 4,500,000 years distant, tho prediction need cause no immediate, disquiet ude.
Grains of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Grains of Gold. CilAnMS like the sight, but merit wins the soul. VarifltyVthe very spice of life, That gives it all its flavour. ^^ Cliar^l^^^ie virtue of the heart and not of the ^^^|v Povem^^^Aant of much, hut avarice of everyth^^^^^ The ^^^^^^Hicters of igtiorunce are vauit^^^^^^^^^HI anuovance. °^^^^^^^H- ? * Occasiffl^^^^^Wikc a man frail, but they show w^^^^^^ Pcofl^^^^^^^^Ko laying up grudges seldom ac^^^^^^^^Vn ---lfd, ^^^^^^^^^^^^Bhat intoxicates stul ^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^H^^coiiscicncc of the ^^^^^^^^|^^^^Ht work is not a taU ^^R^^^^^^Hm^e substitute for it. No abilities, howcVer splendid, can com mand success without intense labour and per severing application.
[?] INTELLIGENCE. [?] Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
^^^HHBBcNT£LlTuENuEr' ^^^^^^^^^^Jllsu-kcts. ^^^H^^^^^^^^^^I^K parcels nai'u ^^^^^^^^^^H^Tss to £10 lSs^i^R ; I* JJDTTLit. — Ulaworra fsctory-made, la 9d per !b. S ?UA,., Iv-Cd ; N, «? Zcalacd, le 3d to Ib M, 1 ^^RTcF.sF.— OuIoniul makes iu fair rcijuesr, Md to H per iC * ? f Bacon.- Httudcurwl Stmtlicrn, 6J-1 to 'd per It) ; Inoliinf'cuii'd, 5d to Gd ; roll, 7d to 8d ; liallis, Kfefti. ^??jD.-Krat ill Itlad.lprs, .r-d to 6d per lb. ^^B.— Colonial lots, Is Id to In -id |-erdo7c-n. ^??JKl^'.-FuuJs. .Sa to 4^ per pair; duck*, 3b ^?Ws9d;£ecae, 5s tf'l to 7b; tuikcyu, roi (id loJOs.
[?]ness and Genius. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
^ Crsnius. (From the JkiUg Xm-s./ TnAT great wits are to madness near allied has become a proverb consolatory to the world. Unluckily the world forgets that the proposition, even if true, is not ' convertibel,' as logicians say. Genius may lie akin to madness, but it docs not follow that madness, in all its shapes, is akin to genius. It tikes a great deal of insanity nnd ' ne'er doweel isin,' of gout, paralysis, and consumption in a family to produce one genius. An inade quate recognition of this appears to us to vitiate the reasonings of Mr. Nisbct in his new work, 'The Insanity of Genius.' What makes genius or pre-eminent intellectual power} It is not social and historical cir cumstances alone. Thousands of families were in the same social circumstances as those of Burns and Shakespeare, but produced no authors of ' The Jolly Beggars' or ' Hamlet.' It is not heredity alone that makes genius ; the brothers of Shakespeare, Scott, flunis were not remarkably gifted. Mr, Nisbet declare...
A Lullaby. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
A Lullaby. [A Kiiirdan-i-: undertaker, who is also a cabi netmaker, appropriately shows a cradle alongside a colliin n his window.] Here is the haven of sleep, Here may the anchor be cast : Eyes that are weary or weep, Here find their solace at last — Clew up the suils to the mast. Shelter for age that is cold, ^^^^^nniilh for the bird in the nest, ^^B^^^kof death for the mould — ^^^^^^KflMfl|^^^hc In-east— ^_^^
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
ItELtUIOl'S AN\Ot)-«J£:.YIE.\T.S. C'lii'iieii or KxfiLAND.— Kollanrts Plains 1030, Tih^r ajili l'uiut J-30,Port Wncquarie 7'15, Kov. R. Wilson. AIri. on August 23-Beechwoon 1030, K.1IHS 2-»0, l'.irt Mai^narie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. \\ esLtVAS.-Heeulnvuod 11, Knnis3, 1't. Macquarie 7, Uuv. K. M. Laverty ; 1'ort M«ct|unric 11, Mr. H. U'uodlandi : li.iuiB 1J, Mr. J. Sceombe ; Muck leanV l'oint :l, Mr. \Y. Sargoant. Also on August ?J.S-1'ort Maeinmrie 11 and 730, UWknmn'e I'oint 3, j;cv. R. M. Uvcrly ; Knnis 11, Mr. A. Muscio. I'Ki'.siiVTKitiAS'. — UppfiC'jnnden Havpn (Kelly's) 10 :tO, Kendall 3, I-aurieton 7, Rev. K. Davidson. AUj on August 23— Vort Macquaris 1 1, Bcuchu'Oin! 330. Ennie 7, Rev. 11. DaVidsou. O'bc ft|Wt Jpacqiwric |lri\)s. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, lS'.tl.
Value of Turpentine. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Value of Turpentine. Aftk.ii a housekeeper fully realises the worth of turpentine she is never willing without a supply of it. It gives quick relief to buniE ; it is an excellent application for corns ; it is good for rheumatism nnd sore throats, Then iHs a jsuie preventive against moths, by jus^^^^L M^^^rifle in the drawers, cju^^^^^^^^A I^^Pr it wi.l render Ul^^^^^^^^^^^L frolP injury diirin^j^^^^^^^^^^^H keep ants and bug^^^^^^^^^^^^^H rooms^MuiU|y||a^^^^^^^^^HH|H^^HP gM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^uredrisTructi ^^^^^^^^^HH^jtuully drive tin ^^^^^^^^E^-horoughly appli ^^^^^^^^^^^^^HHBHdau'd iujui ^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^spooul W\m oil ithcsc^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^KT 1825, for 100 gniH^P^^ipM .^The hat worn by Napoleon P.onaparTe^3| the battle of hylau was soM in Paris in 18.TCT for 1,920 francs (about M0). It wns put up for sale at 500 francs, and there were 32 bidders. The ivory arm chair, presented to Gustavns Vassa by the city of Lubeck, was sold in 182o lo the Swedish Chamberlain, M. Schmekel, fo...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Local and General News. Pkatii op Fatheii Walsh — This week tlie members of tlieltcnian CatliolicCliurcli in this district w«rp called upon to mourne the. loss of a loving father and a faithful friend, while those outside whose pleasure it was to know Kather Walsli admired him us o gentleman, j lie succeeded to this parish from O.'an^e some nine or ten months ago, coining hither for the good of his henlth, having been n suf ferer from an attack of the sun accompanied liy rheumatic fever. For some time lifi felt | relieved, but hard study and assiduous ntten- j tion to his duties, coupled with getting wet, I proved loo great a strain, and for the past four months he. liad liecn confined (o li is j ?^knnd liis death, Miiich occurred in the j ^^^^^of liis sister, brother-in-law, and a ^?Kj^^lMoi^^p&indny nflt'r ^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^Paly ])r. Craven. His rv^^^^^^^B^^Ved to the steamer \\'i'Ilhi]J^^^H^^Hj,ilii'i' of persons as a lust I tribute of^H^^^^^BLliis resting place will I l-e i...
The Smith Family. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
The Smith Family. ' A Yaskke orator named S.nith thus held forth to an amused audience in praj^; of his cognomen : — ' Cientlemen, my name is .Smith, and I am proud to say 1 am not ashamed of it. It may be that no person in this crowd owns that very uncommon name. If, how ever, there be one such, let him hold up his head, pull up his dickey, turn out his toes, take courage, and thank his stars that there are a few more of the same sort. Smith, gentlemen, is an illustrious name, Anil hLnids very liigli in the annals of fame ? I-iit White. Hi-oivn, anil Joiius increase us they will Believe- me, that Smith will ui-.tnuiiibci-tliviii still. Uciitleinen, I an. proud of being an ori ginal Smith— not a Smitlie, not a Smyth, but a regular, natural S-m-it h, Smith. Putting y in the middle or e at the end won't do, gentlemen. Who ever heard of a great man by the name of Smyth or Smitlie t Echo answers whoi and everybody says nobo-ly. liut ns for Smith, plain S in i-t-h, Smith, why the pillars...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
[?] ^^^^^^^^?mdinc rincb and keep^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^i.i-. *k i',s :ius, :i.*-s,^^^^H ^^^^^?^^^^^^M'' liappv. wihI f»i- ...,-? ifl^^^H j^^^^^^^^^^B^t w,ln, ,,.„-„, .1. ^^^| ^^^^^^^^r^ WEDCINC PRESENTS. ^?P ^^BPgf slnul- -,f Ujintiful silver iil.-.t.-. Infection riiivilc.l. N.-ii.l f,ir |i:irik-ulars. .; JEWELLERY. ?CiuM ninl Silver Oiains, llrooelics. K:ir-i-inKs, I.f.c-kuts, ic. Ki-i:«l -tor Illustrate.! Catalogue, five l.y put. 7s 6d. Pantoperis Glasses. 7s 6d. Mont Smithing and Comforting. ?J'Iib Only olas-i-a siiuaUe for Tailing Sight. My well tnowi. 4s fi.l ri-UJBLKS, post free. HKSIDUNTS 1NT11K COUNTRY, VISITORS Til KYI-NI-:V-\YiKileviTyouwamt4nWatc1ies or .1i-u-«llrry. Mini foi my price lift, or coll ami inspect uiy tirstelass .~t..ul; - f Watches. Jcwellrry, nnflSilv.rl'lat.-. Jewellery re-madi:. Watch repairs KJjoraiitocil. A. SAUNDERS, S 1 3 0 E O U OE-STREET. Sydney, (Ni:.\l;!.Y Ul'l'lisl'l !?: IIAH.WAY.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
Cochrane's Family Hotel MAUKRT WHARF, SYDXKY. THKaWmvWelis repli-.t.! with every modern convenience. Tlic licilroiims are Rpauious, I lofty, trn.1 well vcntil.ilo.1. 1 Plunge ami Rlirwrr R-itlis. Only «i« 1V»t Brands of Wines, Spirfe, flucr, Tlic Cuirtvc U Uneqtt.ilj^HH I'.-isbohucVb h«l at stca^^^^Rnnnl Ijy letter Terms MtoiVrate. ^^^^K A^^^^KMv. ri-«nrVl-w. To Consta^^^K^Others! THY; ST^^^^^^KS ASSOCIA TE l^^^^^r l^'Klimd will pivp i^'O'O, in I^^^^^kVOO offered l.y (lie iiiKlcvKi^ici^H^^^™||^ofr(.t w 'oriuWisc, tWtV^^^^^^^^^^lio-11 of ?any 'p'-VsrinW -j^^^H^^^^^^&frrmi IV YnrVns F^^^^^^^^^fcided I S'ftVftml .or 1 S, 1 RS8 ^^^B JiMESlWLESU AUCTIONEER , -2Qii«ral Agent, _ KKW ROOMS, ITOfcTOX-STREET, ! Port Macquarie, . ?nrrnics'iis'Ts TiTf. roTwiAvTSfi -A KSsettJR ; Qurri.sitfiii'I Tiovei'ifmCnt. 'for tlir sale of fWn l.-imV Vartitniai-B at, to ?pm'*!'8 available, ?mid '1-it'lios 'to 'lie seen '-fn ??application. | \.'nite-l Insurance Company. TMntual iJfe -XMoAdtioii of Aak...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
SHirriNC; IXTELLIUBMCE. P9HT MA%QUARIK. * Jnly9.-B.?. \\Vllingtou,«0 ton», Captain ». ltoflMcu, Com Sy.li.i-y. PaBseuWM-Mw.lame. Nelson auii Walton i Me«w. Netterfaeld, TJalton ami Capt«in Klbor. Curgo-35 tons. , a ? ..I- in ? c,iniif from ttnlliiH*er. August 10. -Sea Koiini, frnn Syauey. July 12. -s*. Wellington, 100 t«n3, CapUjn S. MouMen from Syducy. 1'asMUgera -McBduirit« Cr»'en;...M»illon ; Mein. Fraud!, Dillon Blty^ aud Nioill, und 3 in the eteera^e. Cargo-20 tou«. Auyu.t JH.-ltuliy, fium Sydney A.^ust 13.-Uiiicjiio, from Camdeu llavcu UPPAMTUES. , A«s«t S. -KiiiprcsB of In.lia, for Sydney. - August 8.--Victniia, for Sy-luey. AiiK'ift9.— Queen, for Sydney. _ i Jnlv 10.-8.H. Welliiiiiton, 150 tons, Captain S. UouMi-n. for Sydney. l'a8Bcng«i«-Mie» W illiamii ; Mra Dal ton ; Messrs. Dnltou, WilBJn, and Oapt. I Toner, and 4 in the steerage. CkrKo-730 l^g* maize, 5000 feet cedar, 17 bags quartz, 20 caneo C^fc^jiipi auil 20 puckaKes suudrics. ^^^^?^^^Ma^y. for Sydney. ??|M: I Logg^o...
Wilson River. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 August 1891
'Wilson Sivcr. (FliOM Ol.Tt fVUinliSPOSDF.KT.) Mh. .1. J. M^CYj; is muking great improve inputs on his selection, llis fowl houses and other places me u pattern to nil tlie people of the district. He lias a -piniitity cf ground clcaieil, an.1, rwy -?!?.-«« of fowl lias u special yiml for itself, mid a »-c-infiii-i ul.lo little cot ««g«-. It is n kind uf nuxlel fiinn ii^J^^ell ^^^^vurlliy of a \isit. ^^^^JJ|^fc _^^^^HB^| ^^^^^Hjjj^HpP^^ilM^a^i^^^l ^^^^^^^HRi -ough has .1 large fflSH^ ^^^^^^^^^^H&hed i)() ; but the weather pri'- ] ^^^^^^^^Wi'r^ naivli uitli it. ^^^^^^^f?, V1S W, l.ster isulso il.-urii.c on ^^^V- *???' '???''y ' ??I ^^^^?j^^Wilson lm3^^TWipfl.f,ut ^^^^^^^^^^??^^J liis property, uliii.liu ill lie ^^^^^^^^^^^^H^Hfeguit under erup, n pi;i ^H^^HMBRniml in next In Mr. ^^^H^W^^Wjas lie is going in more for breeding H^ Mr. Kvdelmsai|Uiui(ity of ground linishrd, ^^A- v. liiili Ik: intends (Topping us soon as lie can ^^T u-it n lire t]n-Miij;li it. lln N also going (o ^...