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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

liibbanl & Haines, I'' SAWMILLS —AND— General Store, .^^R NEW STORE. jj _* OPEN JXpgS#J ^^|r WE are glad to inform ou?- nVj9|H ^^H^^ pntron^^dfrie^yii the jjJT^SiL^ ^^^^^gs KivqJ^^W ^^^^^H EMI' ^^^^^^^^^MTsoHmig1 a conthutfB^^' of — ^^^^^^^^^rar favors of the ^J^H^Bior ^^^^^Hw we thank you, wSQBnild ^^^^^^^H^V «ur friends that we do not ^^^^^^^^^^PR ever to offer goods at P^^^^Alaniiing Sacrifices, ^ or to undersell our neighbours by offering certain lines _ Less than Cost Price but our endeavour will be to provide Good Substantial Value, ' and make every article bear it* fair ratio vf profit. And our customers being ' CiLSH, - 'We can give them the -'^ FULL ADVANTAGE Z Over tlie ruinous system of credit. ? si Our Success hasJargely been the result of conducting our business on these Boua-fidc Principles. A ott:r goods ^^^ SPEAK FQfcLTrJH^MfeS ^^^^?^^ ti*e big^|^^^ ^^^^^&LHequired f(^^^^}r t]lc lann- ! ^^M^ii^^^Farmers1 Implements ^^^ Obtained from the most approved ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Agricultural Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

The Affricultural Returns. -Last week, the agricultural ' statistics gathered in, connection wiih the census were issued by Mr. Coglilan, the statistician. Following are some of the principal figures : Lasf'year the acreage under wheat was 333,233 Hcrcs, which produced 3,649,216 liutliels, or nliout three bushels per hfftd'of the whole population, The consumption averages G J bushels per head. The Murruni bidgee is the largest wheat-growing district; then comes Young, then Guudagni. There were 83,287 acres last year under wheat grown for straw and hay. The yield of wheat per acre was 1095 busheh. For maize in the year 1890-91 there were 191,152 acres cropped, which yielded 5,713,205 bushels, the largest yield on record so fur for New South Wales. The yi'dd pe^ acre was 29°89 bushels. Maize is chiefly grown in the northern part of the colony and iu the coast districts. The Hastings aiid Manning electorate alone produced 837,412 bushels. There were 4937 acres of barley growjgjh: grain...

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. August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

-j- ? ?? _ ? * — Latest Spscial Telegrams. LONDON. August 27. The Government authorities of Bulgaria have seized chests of dynamite and arms . nt Sofia and Rustcliuk, and a number of arrests have lieen made. Severe storms of wind and rain have taken jilacc in England, doing enormous damage to stBiidingcrops. The Daily Telegraph estimates viir damage nt several million sterling. Conflicting reports arc being received from Cliili respecting President Diilmacnda's losses in the battle near Valparaiso. It is now stated that 2500 insurgents were lost. 3000 insurgents have now xncircli'd Valparaiso, and are driving in the President's outposts. Extensive defalcations have been dis covered in connection with the administra tion of the affairs of (he Notary's office in j0^f- Angiers, France. The Chief Officer has decamped, and the defalcations «how a deli cuincy of £8Q,Q(J'i.' ^^K Friday. A collision occj^^^^r Melliourn« heads \ this inorniiig ItctD^^^^Bteamei's Easily and (jauibier. Tlic la...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TOUT MACQDARIE. , ??- / ARRIVALS. August 23.— Sea Foam, from Sydney. Augu^ 23.— Alice May, from Sydney. DEHAKTCKES. August 22.— Ruby, for Sydney.' AugUBt 23.— Empress of India, for Sydney. August 20.— Candidate, for Sydney. August *J«.— yueen, tor Sydney. August 26.— Victoria, for Sydney. August 20.— Alice May, for Sydney. ? AugiiBt 27.— Louisa Messell, for Sydney. CAMDEN HAVEN. ARRIVALS. August 22.— Bill Bird, from Sydney. August 23.— Buck Lily, from Sydney. DKPABTPKES. August 22.— Mary Laurie, for Sydney. August 28.— May Flower, for Sydney. MJWusy^Bcllbird, for Sydney. ^^?feiJHPRock Lily, for Sydney.

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 — 29 August 1891

^^^^^^^^^^^^Hie' vt..^nhrc and cITccts ^^^^^^^^^R.MPRI^IXli : ^^^^^^^^VChairs, (Tval TaMc autl Cover, ^^^^^^^^Blc, Sofa, Dresser. Safe, Lumps, ^^^^^^^^?triinmcnte, Iron Itcdstcads, Mat ^^^^^^^^^Hliasses. M'asli anil Dress Tahlcs, ^^^^^^^^^^?oiler, Tuh.s .Saiicenaus, Crockery ^^^^^^^Varc, Fowls tc. *.c. ^^^^^^^H-c at 2 o'clock sn.ir.i'. ^^^^^^^A-1'KItMS CASH. ^^^^^^^^H.C0X FACTORY.-Wa'ulcJ ~t^u ^^^^^^^^^^^Kueii tu a-«iit in Faetury. * m-

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

EuOBMIEimAL INTELLIGENCE. J ^ ^^^Ksrducy Mnrkcts, ^H ». IVUJ^^^^^K.IE lines, OS per uusnei. ^^M | iM^^^K-inade, £11 )0s to HjUM^H ^^KI^^PIs»to£l0 1Ss. ^^^^^M ^^^^Quoted !)jd per huahel. ^^^^^H ^^^^^^— Quoted 0*t»l per bush^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^Best dry Northern. Ui\S^^^Ba 3d H|^^rigl|t heavy feed. Is lid toSsHd per nBiil»1 ? jywlinni kinils, U Sd to la 9d ; seed, to I^^^^^^Hdry green sorts, £3 to £3 5s per ton ; I^^^^^^^L higher; other descriptions, from Pi^^^^^^^^Hfc 5s per ton. I Oviov.^^^B'11 varieties. £4 to £4 5s per tou| ^fr. \V. C. Hobiueon quotes. — Maize^^^^^^ft 4d ; liacon, 6d ; eggs, plentiful Sd. ^^^^P Messrs. F. L. Barker & Co. quotc-PlS^P'H ing freely, hut prices 1lc£|) good, porkers selling, keenly up to 4d, heavier weights, 3d to 4d per luH maize easier tendency, best maize, 2s 3d per busj^H Messrs. T. Kdgiuton & Co. -|Uotc — Maize, P'^H ful since Monday last, wharves all full, best selling at 2s 2d to 2o 3d ; porkcis, 4d per II)., bacon sizes, :Ud.; Circular...

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 — 29 August 1891

F POET lAGIQUBflV H' A VINO IiOL^^H^^^^^H OF -,: ^^K^^^^^^ MI^JhMwWd, I TRUST TO UKOKIVK A SHAJULOtf YOUR PATRONAGE. AND ffTXl ALWAYS ENDKAVOITR TO CARRY ON THE. TRADE OX THOROUGHLY* BUSINESS PRINCIPLES THOMAS BLEY, Lati! of Quiriiidi. JVotice to Contractors. Rgrfl-KRS will l-c ivccivci l.y the iiii-lcreif;iic-l ??H^ill noun ou Saturday. August *a, fur tlic TWWwnig works nt tlic H.iee Course : — Cleaning out the olil drain out«i,le fence at the hack tif the course, aljout 12 daius, :t feet at top and IS inclics clcop. duaiiing out iluiin from opposite stockyard to ontsiile fence lielou- the culvert. liaising present culvert alraiif fi inches, and re pniring same with earth. Any new timber provide! liy the committee. Killing up hollows along tlic hack of the course with good i-.-irth. ? ietliiig au.l erecting 10 posts roiin.l the course. i-elliiij,' the shnihs ami small timber around the course. Tenders to stiitc at per diain for draius. Lump sum for repairing eulvcit. Lump sum for f...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

KEL1G1OIIS ANNOIiN€liMliNiS. Ciidbcii op Knrlami.— Varrae 1030, Kirkinan's 2-30, ChurchiU's 7, Hev. R. Wilson. Also on August 29— Forbes River, Mr. K. Coombcs, at 2.30. Also on August 30— 1'ort Macquarie 71.), Mr. J. T. Hobbea. Also on September G— Port Macquarie U tuid 715, Uev. R. Wilson. Weslutax.— t'urt Macquarie II and 7, Wauc hope3, Rev. R. M. Laveity; Kunis 11, Mr. J. White ; Blackmail's Point 3, Mr. R. Woodlands. Also on September 0 — Waucuopo 11, Rawdon Island 3, Knuis 7, Rev. R. M. Laveity; l'ort Macquarie 11, Mr. U. (iarrett ; Blackinan's Point ?1, Part Macquarie 7, Mr. J. Secomhe. 1'rksbvtkkian. — Huntingdon 10:10, Wanchope 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. R. Davidson. $M Jjort ^tarqiwric |tcfos. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1891.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Home Market for Maize. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

$ke Eomo Market for Slaisa; Tds practicability' of 66iid'iiig^fc« to the Home market had Ueeu 'atiafi^^^^fceinon- strsted by ^llB eip'elinient ma^^H Clar ence and K:C. Fannera' As^^^^V Tho shipment arrived in good coii^^^^Bd real ised toD market Drice. DroVi^^^^^^lM^izri compares most favouWl^|j^^^^^^^^^ni product; as Well ds Jfl^^^^J^^^^^^^B-. ? date, tUe litdiz&^^^^^^^^^^^^M return c'uf^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H will^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^n^M^^^^^^^^^^^^B ran shitftinT ^^^^^^^^^^^^^B Moru th'rii^ ^^^^^^H^H»' ftfrced.. f ^^^^^^^^^^V l\fotli'iiV' th'a\ ^^^^^^^^^Bi in the durk. .-^ Vo^^^^^^^^K Ihere is one t,.£ fe '^^^^^^|^K) Spid.-r — there are na ^ ^^^^^^^^^V Men aa'y their prayers1* jJ^^^^^^^^^L few do their cursing that *^^^^^^^^^^^A The UrcVii s^a'ys on thV ^^^^H^^^B year round; ^^^^^^^^^^B If you wai.t to' finli ln'on^H^B^B^B^B swim: ^^^^^^^^^^m Tu Ife great,- your oprj'oftJ^H^^^^^^V whtra the wen-Id h- loolcnis^^^^^^^^H

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIVATE HENRY HOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

PRIVATE HENRY HOdlC. ^On January 23i!ci, 1829, Private Henry Hook, with his ctitiipany, under Lieutenant dr'omhead, was Stationed dt Rorke's l)rift, to giUrd the ford end lldspltal and stdfds. He thus tells his stb'ry : — Between 3 and 4 in the afternoon, wllen I was engaged preparing Me tBa for thu' sick at the out-of-door cooking jihice, just at the back of the hospital— fdh 1 was hospitiil Cook — two mounted men-, looking inuch e'xilailsted and their horses worll out, rddu tip to me. One was in his shirt sleeves, arid without a hat, with a revolver strapped rodnd his breast ; the other hud his coat and hat tin They stopped for a moment and told me that the ttllolt! fbrct! oil the other side of ll«.a rlVer Had befri cut up, and that thu ^uliig were c&niing on in great force. They then rode off. I inuiicdiately r'an td the camp close by, and related what I Urtd lleahh We were at once fallen in, and s&t td work to strengthen the post by loopholing the windows of the ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wauchops Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

The 'Wauchops 3&fctox Pactory. A ^fdrtdeb meeting in connection with the proposed Batter ^Factory, 'on tlie Hastings River was held nt AVauchope on Saturday last. .There »-lieretWeutyone*persons 'prpi-\ cut, and the chief business was to hear the. reports of tlie canvassers appointed at the previous meeting. The itev. K JJavidson wm called upon to preside. He said they all knew the object of the meeting, and it was now for them either to do or tc die. Canvassers had been sent o-it to -collect tlie names of shareholders, also the names of those who would suppl/ milk, mid the quantities, and to-day they would hear the result. AH lie had been afraid of for some time past was the supply of milk. , He did not kiiow^^^her the re ports given^in would^^^^^V sufficient Apply of^Hkr no^^^^^^Bcertfun this Buld mff/r l^^^^^^H upon the B'auchope como^PHp^^^Biuir report Upt- Many farmers wer^^^Hlhe iuipres ?n that the signing of tlj^Hi presented p-y the canvassers vrould^^^^Vm to supply t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stories of the Victoria. Cross. PRIVATE W. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

StorieB of the Viotoria Cross. PRIVATE \KT. JONES.. No action in recent warfare is better known than that of the heroic defence of Rorko's Drift. We are here able to give the nar ratives of two soldiers who gained their Cross for Or^VeVy in that day's gallant struggle; Here, first1, ts rnvote Joness account of the affair : — About haif-past^ o'clock on the afernodn of January i'l, 1879, i. mounted man came galloping into our little encampment and told us that the Zulus had taken the camp at IslaudhVoim, and were making their way to wards ils ttt Rorke's Drift. We At once set to work, land with sucll material oi we had at hand formed a slight tericade ardiind ub. f hi* was fdriiled of sacks of mealies (Indian ttirny, boicBs of sea biscUits, &c, of wliicli we had A Rttod Siippl/. We also loojUioWd the walls of tlW tw'o bufldings. We had scdrcely commuted bur work When the Zulus were do^il u'pttu us. 'fhe hospital being the fe'rst li'ililding in their line oi att-dck, they surr...

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 — 29 August 1891

I ???ft ?? ^Hk KXCHANUKU. SKNL- FOR I^V^^H ^^^& 1'IUCK LIST. Post Free. ^^^*l ^^B 813 George-street, nearly opposite ^^K RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY. ^ W^F Facturics-LIVEKl'OOli, ESCUM 8Os.-Tho Uiiiiv«ll«i K.jIccb Wstcli^^^H relialile, cheap watch. ,,^^BP «» 10s.— Knglian Lever, uU-lCMel-^^^^«&- tion balance, -J years gua^iJt* £3 IOs.-My unequalled Bugliah Leie full ^ covered cup, patent action, 3 J ™r«JajM«|je. ^B «*-— My spi-cud Ki.glnh ljMteg|^^^^B ^V balance, pitont acuou, iM^^^^^^^B L. £&.-^Kt-i:kn liugMi Levor, yVtlP ^^^^^^^^^^^^^HFucc, LlTO^^ffV'lc Cases ^B^HI^P lo.i ; keyless, full -ttvclled, L3, ^^^M U lOsTnl^All^naraiitocd. ^^L LADIES' COLD WATCHES. ^^^^^^0. 1, Open Face, '1 ]Us ; 2, double cate, I.') ; .'), ^^^^^^^^^ouUle case, keyless, L4 ; 4, double case, j-plaU-, ^^^^^^^Bpyless, L5 ; 5~ extra struiig l£-aarat, J-f) und Lti ^^^^^^^^Bs ; fi, IS-carat double cose, keyless, L7, LS, |^^^^HP. LIU. ^^^^^ WEDDINC RINCS AND KEEPERS. ^^^^^ 10», 1 js, -JOd, L'...

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 — 29 August 1891

Cochrane's Family Hote MAHKET WHARF,- -SYDNEY. THIS iiIiovb lintel in ivple.U; with every mmlci convenient:.-. The bcilrouuu arc 'anauiuu? -{&*' lofty, ami 'it'll vcMtilalLM. ^W I'ltm- e mi'l Slirwor H-ith«. Only tlio Jt-wt Hrutnts .if Wine*, Spirits, licer *c . kept. Tli« Ciiisiie is U.ik'|U-i11k.1. ? Passengers met lit stuaiiiuiqiflMuriiicii liy lettci Ol' tfleRliipll. J^ Terms Muileratc. ^ A. COCIUWNB. IVonriPlor. To ConstabijjjS^MSothers. cSSOO Eeward. mrfE STOCK ? OWNERS ASKOCIA J_ TION for Soullii-rn N«w Rns!nn-l will pivn £200, in mldmon to^tt^fTcrei. l.y tin- nml.-rsipi.-i,, for ihfnr^^^^fen-t or olln-rwise, (lint will load ''V^^^Hn'' nf nny niisnn or pi'innns stenliifl^^»j,. fi-oni tin- Y .arras Estate, Hastings H^^ft^iKled A N near i-ilis, willi No. on ''Q^^B^ WILLIE NIViSS^MLfc Yarrow itch Sttitiol^H^ AViiU-lm. NovoinW 13, 1PSS AUCTIONEER AN!) General Agent, NEW ROOMS, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie, ih:piiksknts tiik fot lowing ackxciks : QnrPiiflaiLl Govcniiwiit....

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]d. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

[?] f ^^^^^^ Svj!S^Thiirs.l«v. w In the Aw-mMy list niglit, Mr. Unite Smilli a.iid ^ that the wlmle .|iie»ti.in of railway extonsion would ?k shortly ramc Ik'Ioic the Caliinct. ^M Scvrial private liilln I'.issc.l tlieir third tea.liiiR. ^B The House resumed the uuiisidcratiou of the lilec ^H toval Bill. Clause IS «u« p;i»l. Claim: 14 ^V raiswl a Ici^'lhy iiikI auimati-..! .liwusnion. tin- whole J ^M point in dispute hani: wlii'tlior the rcpist rati^H| ^m voters hIi.miI.1 lie mnliiu'.l only ?« .1.msi,,,,h ^^^H electoral district or wlictlu-r (wryons were al^^^B tu let'iiUii- in :my p.ut 'f the .listnct tdmi'^B reside. The -li-hat.: caused n inici-oiis cMuUicHB opinions, n,,,- nf tlic stiuu^t [ uints .n-Kcil 1-cing IT holders of electors riglitt wen: «llo*ed to vote only k iu their own ilivisi, m iiiaiiy |'is.ms would he ili, ^ fiauchixd. On tlic othir hand, if olrctois were W allowed In vut-: nil --vcr their own di.-trict, I li« pnu. m ce«iof p-illiii({ would hi- greatly fieilitatcil...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advice to Correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

Advice to Correspondents. to inn editor or the tort MArtirjiRir. news. Sir, — Frequent delays^^daiinoyances me caused by writers of^^^^Hri^tari^essing H^^^^^^^utjgclearly and 4u^^^^^^^^^^^^-our H^^^^^J^rniissioii allow nieT^^^^^^^^^^^Vtwo ^^^^^^wljioh would greatly smn^HHPiE ^^tf ^Bfr I. In writing letters give r.aiue ofH^^J ^^^r T'rtcf (~lffis*n no Well uc t Itn t nf vrtn ?? t-ncirlu^n^^H so tliat youtf^pspondent may know wherS to send ''^^^L^_ 2. Wh^^^HBfl^hkuuinoss to persons ^^^holding an^Q^aT^H^Pn, .such as Post ^^Mj^^sters, Bankers, Lund Agents, Ac, be par ^^H^Kular to address your letters to (lie ollicinl, ^^^^vnd not to the private individual. I have known cases where letters address''! pri vately have, ov ing to the absence of the addressee, remained unopened till his return ; wher sas liad tliey lu'en sent to tlip ollicial tliey would nt once have been attended to liy his substitute.. — Yours, itc, CI.KR1CUS.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Seen in a Mirror. CHAPTER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

Se&fl in a MVrror. CHAPTER 2. Tlie preat clock of Westminister \Vfls slowly booming nut tlo midnight Jiour Ivke nn inexorable Kate, eirch stroke rolling heavily through the. damp, fogjry atinos St seemed, evten a deeper tone as the sound iloatid across mid down tho dense dark waters of the river, that jiiBt now, on the turn of -he flood tide, when ebb and How are lighting for tlie mastery, were surging and dashiwi'ftiwavc-lpts against the jjjles of til* ^?HflJHHtt|^j'j);es, al|d -he P'er*, find Jj^^Hs^^^^^^^htiip ripplrs making the ^^^^Bpnrl^^^^^B;htsdancr a-;aiiyyn thvir ^^^Re— 'w^HWnisiTable ni^^^^M^^^ tH»i't alT^ny-fiirerg wj^^^^^^Hir J^|nft» quickly c^^^^^^^^^^^Wf ^^^^^WtsTPRerted, so far °^^^^|B^^^H^ -^^^HPnut TiOndon is deserted, a»y^^mjjht. ^roes^ ^^^^^fcity has no luw, ant! dreary though j^^^fl ,j^^^^^^K-re than all by the black-looking H^^^H l^^^^^^Ajtary passenger was walkin*; quickly^efll ^^^^^^^Bd along the embankment just about where | ^^^^^^^K skirted by the bo...

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 — 29 August 1891

Pdr Private Sole. 5 first-clHSs building alldtments, situated in tlie Urickfield, Port Siucquuric. (540 acres of laud on the Maiming and New England Roiul, about 5 illlies from Port JIacquarlrj ; good grazing laud, suitable for Dairy Farm ; cottage, sheds, stock1 yards, Jcb. ; divided into paddocks ', partly clwll'ed. 95 acres (farm) at Gowrie j abOUt G6 acres under ulaize ; divided into padddc1*s i enclosed by i rait and paling fence ; tletjl wattr frontage to Hustings River ; cottage, liav«i i'c. ^Sj^fkSof lttnd at Gowrie, adjoining the ^^^^^^Spli-mlidly tiilltared ; would make ^^^^^??tejatihi well watered lly 9 I i . fm's vnifijfcW in'Tffl bearing, fenced, liorsusj cart, wine making plant ---'' I tlgmciiltiiral implements at t-q^ I A bargain. ? .^^b^fl^H't Brick Cotta^^st prougfttf^^lP , ' beV&ti^^HMHfli^^B^^5 '£ L sea 'ud^^^^^HIP t0*'' i ' * i rooms,- j^^^^^^E^.' £c, £c. (Lores (f.ufl^^^^Wfek, abtfut 50 ^B'acrcs of snim^^^^^Hl ring-i'alkod ; ^ iinproveirterils comlWH^o't...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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An Event of Unusual Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

An Event of Vaueul Xatenit. The Clarence Examiner soys : — The anmlpa — nmtion of the Btranisliip Oouipanips trading * to the Clamirp, and tUe change, of name to that of the 'North Coast Stf-aniBliip O»m pany,'. is au eypiit of mohe ibari ordinary juterVst. The ^fiect the niuaiRnmation moy have on the future is that which will pro bably nil met most aUcntion. It is upon that poliry of (lie future that will depend largely -the progress' mirl prosperity of the mainstay of the district, the agricultural industry. To that industry thn question of freight charges is one of the utinost iinpor tancp, as nioy lie judged hy the^demand ?wrhichlittg recently iM-en mnde for reductions, JtfHHh|M^v price ruling for the chief ^^^Bnucf^^^^Hbrkl. Of -course it may \m ^^^B| tlnj^^^^^^r has nolln'ng te do uilh ^^^VniarlHHfcTif an arti^tfri|H^^Bt lm ^Blo market But oi^^^^^^^H it ^^^^H with equal. cor^^^^^^^^^^^Ked ^^^HKT onlras the. rates or^^^^^Hu ^^^^T the product can fairly £t^C^^|HHHHtf ^^^^K fit t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

TATTERSALLS MONSTER PRIZE LIST. * MELBOURNE*^ AT 20 EA^i|^^^SSPGKA.T 20 EACH. FIRST ? 30,000 SECOND ? 10,000 THIRD ? 6,000 S. divide ? 6,000 N.S. divide ? 8,000 100 at 100 each ? ,„. 10,000 100,, 60 each ? 5,000 100,, 40 „ ? F. 4,000 200,, 30 , ? 6.000 1000,,. 10 ? 10,000 1000 „ 6 , ? 6,000 Leu Ten per oent. 2,600 EXTRA ONES. 2,500 EVERY 1 INVESTS WILL HAVE A CHANCE OP 7? S 40|^^^BoPOLITAN S. ^^A mf ^^^Heptember i6. ^^ HiO EACH. eSJ^Mty-fivc Thousand) Subscriber. AT 10-EJ^^ W FIRST ? ^(Ps.OOO I ^''SECOND ... ' ? ' 4- L50' THIRD ? ^^^jfjOO I 8. divide ? ^Bl N.8. divide ? ^^HfeJl 20 at 50 each . ^J^^^^^^^^^H 25 ,,20 „ .^^^^^^^^^^M 100 „ 10 „ ^^^^^^^^^^^H loo,, ^^^^^?NliHPMH [?] FIRST ? 5,000 ] SKCOND ? 1,500 I THIKI) ? 1.000 I S. divide ? 1,300 N. S. divide ? 1,000 g?8t*°caoh ? 1.000 *d ft -JO ,,, CflA ioo „ io ? ; - j nSo 100 ii 0 ? ? 500 .243 EXTRA ONES. *!£*&. MELBOURNE C. AT 10 EACH. '''JEEr' AT 10 EACH. FIRST ? -O.OO0 SECOND ? 3.000 THIRD ? 2.000 S. divide ? 2,000 I N. S....

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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