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Alienation of the Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

Alienation of tlie Land. Ta?«jCtorence 5awnuj^r*»ys-;— Returns Cor last year state That during J8?0 bo, area iof 66.160'acre» of territory pisied «nt of the hands bf the Crown by the medium of auction jsales. . This was solely in' country 'Jota, and did noV ipclude 2161 ecires^suhujjiaii lots and 891 town lots' The revenue for tlie country lots averaged £1 14s 6d per acre, and the suburban land £5 17s 3d.* At tlie close of 1690 there, were in existence ,1P7,O69 cp's., embracing the rather exten sive area of 20,404,540 acres, or about 130 acies per selection. As many. selectors hold more than one c.p., the average area, to each selector must be. pretty large, and would ap proach clovly the maximum limit permitted by the Lands Act of .1861. The figures in deed represent an average of some 20 acres per head of the whole population of tho col ony. At the close of this year the Act per mit^g the disposal of the' public estate by t^^^HH^HB bystem will have been in ^^9|P^r^ears. During tha...

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

^^^ Father Damiea. ^^^ The memorial cross to be erected at Hfololcai ^^T over the grave of Father Damien will shortly ^^^L Ijh shipped to Hawai (says a London corres ^^^^^ ponrlcnt). It is of polished Peterhead red ^^^^^^yu-anitc, and has cost £200. The pedesLaUs ^^^^^^^?biicd of a serU^^^^^BmMMM^^B| ^^^^^^^Elished faces,^^^^^^^H|^^^^^^U ^^^^^^^Kd enriched ^^^^^^^|PR^^^|^^H ^H^^^^^^Bs is the cpnn^^pffroT the vork/oHH ^^^^^^^^K front face is a sculpt un-d portrait in ^^^^^^^?kfl marble of Father Damicn by Mr. ^^^^^^^^LkWhiti'head. The nnulallion is si-t in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^?r panel with enriched mouldings and ^^^^^^^^^^^B. lining from the dir-stohc is a j^^^^H^^^^^P'oss highly enriched on all faces with ^^^^^^^^^^^HTli' Ouilloche oi'iminentnlinn. The in ^^^^^^Wtijft'um is deeply cat and gilded upon the ^^^^^^ three lower steps, and is in p;irnllcl form in ^H^v Englih and the Havaiian language., as fol ^^^ lows: — ' Joseph Dnniirn do Veupter. Born ^B^^^annary 3, 1840; died April l!i, 1889...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

* Arbor Day. ? . The American idea of holding an amiuikl fes tivity in connection with; their educational establishments, for th! jmrpose of planting trees inequitable localities, appears to have spread pretty generally over New South Wales, under the cultivating hand of the pre sent Minister for education, the Hon. J. Li. Carruthers. And, so far as \vn can see, there is no reason to regret the stops being put for ward once a yeai?to beautify the school grounds of the colony»; anH, what is far bet ter, to inculcate in the minds of the young a love for nature and a study of the laws and conditions which goivni the growth of plants and their development to maturity. Like most other schools in the colony, the children of the Port Macquarie Superior Public School were not unmindful of this pleasant duty of tree planting, and tho work was set about in a right hearty manner, the senior boys of the school having made the necessary preparations before Friday for the care of the young seed l...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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M[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

[?] ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Kwhir^ffire ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?^^kr), lind ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W&gh. ^^^^^^^^^^^^BfAlclM ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B-ldermnn ^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bost 24, 1S91. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Kraut^dHDermis H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Vonto|^^Biop. I win^HMil^^^^^^^^^^H(e c|^^BW^nair as long as I rel^^^^^^^Hit ^^Bu grant me the use ora^N^BIBrltori^^^^Bbo&rd. fours, £a^^^ J. STONEHOUSE. Port Macquarie. Augvist 17, 1S91. To the Mayor ami Aldermen, l'ort Macijuaric. (reiitlenien,— I heg to call your attention to tho state of the track leading to my cottage in Church street, the whole of the water from the upper fRrt running either under or arjund the houne, often kucc deep at the back door, some break-neck holes in {rout of the premises, and a dangerous spring running direct across, and ask that it might have your early attention. I heg also to call yonr atten tion to the state of the Tucking Point road within your boundary ; many holes dangerous to both life and property, and to that part north mi...

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

-* ? - -??-?-?-?-?.???????'- --- »- -£ — -:»xfae-; — — -????'? it M|';.. ' ' . .' * ??;??' THE SESbM MysalehastOimnfeiicecl, aiid I iiiVite the attention of niy customers ill town and coun try to the fact that it is not a huge sell, hut A GENUINE MONSTER SALE OK THE WHOLE OF MY Ne^ aftd Valuable Stock : ? OF-^ ? = Wtft i__Air — = ELKS ^^^^^^^ refutation on th-*H|P^^^H| ^^^^^Hnls of sales held hy me id^Rfpast ^^^^^H* for a visit of inspection, \vl*n the, ^^ButhTOMess of my assertion will bccomJM H^^HP^ PRICES m J. Hayward, ?FAMILY EMPORIUM 1 ' !»? * te '??? - ? ? ' ' ? ' ? ?» * DIRECT FROM ENGLAND, FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. AH tin) Latest Fashions. GENERAL STOREKEEPER | i Port Macqu&rie West. ??? . i WWPpiWTr/ Meta'a Winter Wfear. '^WjHP^ First quality Tweed Suits, splendid value ... .;. ,:i |^« 354 Extra quality Tweed Suite, splendid value ? ;.'. ;' tfa Special quality Tweed Suite, splendid value ... ... ... „'; 5U4 ' Regulation Serge Suits, f&t colors ... _\ ... ' ? ,...

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The Hon. J. S. Young at Port Macquarie. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

The Son. J. B. .Young at Port ; lEacguaTie. Consequent upon his appointment to tho office of Minister for Works, the Hon J. H. Young delivered an address at WauchopeKin Friday evening and at Port Macquarie on Saturday evening, both addresses being very similar. The Mayor, F. Iiayward, E*q., occupied tlie chair. In his opening remarks, Mr. Young referred to Mr. McMillan as one of the ablest Treasurersthecoiintryhadever had, and if he could beinduced toreturn to that office, he (Mr. Youiig) would at once resign, as he thought it in the interests of the country. He had never sought otiicr, and before he was sent for he had already suggested to the Premier thn names of three other gentlemen competent to fill thn oIKcu of MiniAt for Works ; however, when he was choD^Rroin amongst so many by such a man of ability as Sir Henry Parkes, he thought it his duty to acnHj^^ The country was in a very solvent stat^^fcd it was catimated that the. year wouf^HRo with a surplus of £500,000. Ha belie-v...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 August 1891

Local and G-saeral News. Wreck of the Kahuaxoarrv. — On Mon day last Air. Kicull put the tliiid shot in this vessel, wliicli corapletoly shuttered her, no trace of her being left, so that there is now no danger whatever. Mr. Walsh, District Engineer for Harbours and Rivers lauded from die Electra early on Tuesday inorninc on a visit of inspection, lie will choose a 6ite {or a proposed good shed at Wauchopo, and also take into consideration tlio raising of the Wauchape v.harf. Mr. Walsh will then proceed to CaindiMi Haven and inspect the obstructions in the channel with a view to their removal. SALES. — Mr. A. E. Pountney, land agent, reports the sale, in the insolvent estate of Geo. F. Craig, of the 80 acre C. P. on which stands the Beechwood Hotel, to Mr. P. J. O'Neill, for the sum of £725 cash ; also the sale of several allotments of land at satis- factory prices. We understand that the purchaser of this hotel intends to put the place in thorough order, as it has become deteriorat...

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 — 19 September 1891

iUOVJSllIiMENT NOTICES. rflEXDEltS, addressed to the undersigned, X and endorsed '-Tender' will be received up to 2 p.m. WEDNESDAY, 23rd INST., for works on the undermentioned roads . — 1. Piippinbarra Creek to Cowal, Contract 95t. « 2. Rollands Plains to Ballengarra Wha^ ^V Contract lOlr. _ _... .1 3. Port Macquarie to K^M^^^aSB^^uT. 4. Port Ma&iuarie to Kompse^^^^^H^ u. 5. Kendall to the Cemetery, C^^^Herj. 0. llawdon Island, from Dou^^^^atc to Vivian's Inne, Contract 9o,^^^ 7. Fernbaiik Creek, at G. Hyde'?, to the Hastings River, Contract lOu. 8. Ciimdeu Haven Punt to Logan's, Contract ^Bl^wa for all the above works may ^^^^^^^cjipourt House, Port Macquarie, ^^^^^^^^Bteiating (0 (ho neighbourhood ^^^^Hph Poi'* .-''id Cannlen Haven at ^^^HEOHice flfcfe/t House of those ^^^y-^^HIT M ARTTX, ^^^H|^^^V^ __ Rond Supt. ^^^^^^Kr, J^^hC. 1 1 , 1 89 1 . TEMPERANjPil^LlOIM. Mr. K ORAffl, B.L.T.D., (Of thcCi-aml L-M-c 1.0 G T ) W1'; conduct^ ? .,!„„ n8 foUo^:-l'ort (silver coin L.lni...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

^l-il£eiaiXow8spon4»&o«.- ? 1 J'n« fojiowin* ett^ia^Kv, rece^d by 1 ' PHbHcW^sU^rtnienK , Sirk.^T.thWrencePto the letter, for; *? tlie wlrnrt at that p ace be.ng , carried out as rejil,ired.-fr?:o?rs,i&qv,,,j ^j^^jjfQ, MessrsJ j; ft.YduiiS and U. Mc^innon, tt SXA- tuVllic iofts P^rtment,' Mn instructed U- B^fJ^K^^ id^that Tenders V'^jiW5Hfciift' |B|necessary to opeiPf roa^^^W|y ^^?t tlie Wilson Uivcrt^^^^^H ?pie sum of £400 js n-^pH^^H Tlite opinion ^.'^'''ggfiHLted j * South Wales have in^^^fcff»»)0I-* , ^j ^^^?K auf^^^^^^^H ^^^^Vnrgent P^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^Ri: British arn^^|^^^^^^^^^H ^^?defcated M'Cl^H^^^^^H ^H^PB^^MS make evlrypreparatioM for 1 Boeing everything under iiiinie,diate control, I M case of necessity. It is understood that the Chinese authori ties ore about to order a complete mobilisation of lliH navy. The British fleet has left Mitylcne, after its ordinary miin«euvres The European Powers have sent the Pekin authorities a renewed protest against the con ...

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[?]SYD[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

^?K^D^^BKgj [?] ^?Fs, fr^^VTts. - 28JJ^^peep^^B ^Kned, ai^KriaeS'Were lowA^Hiest^^H Bs 13s 7d|Btliers J«n 5s; c^H^y.'dsTBi ^ J. P. Howe,' jd^&s ?^?^Hi^'it (ft the instance ^^BWPstus^^^WPBp/ial assignee, on a charge of obtniinflg £694 fro n the. Australian Mercantile Loan & Guarantee Coinpnny by false, pretences. He was subse quently odmitted to bail, Willis and another Member of Parliament accepting the sureties of £1000 each, and Howe iu £2000. An important witness in the case was nlso arrested, as it was believed that he intended to leave the colony. The accused will be brought up before the police court to-day. Several members of the Opposition and Govern men t supporters subscribed £80 towards Howe's defence. Jl. N. Abbott was arraigned at the police court yesterday, charged with running a con sultation under the name of Adam liede, and remanded for n week. Oxide is first favourite ior the Victorian Derby nt 3 to 1, Stromboli has receded to 4 to 1. Kothing is inq...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

^jS5RSMW--w*«?1f:; . . Septnmhpr 1*. [?] aL tho oasBwre of the ? l»*raanei«»- -i 3.X? fcSSfi a»arS«*ortion of the -rf-^S&Pekinhave ?5T'SarOTS& oS IS V street, ,anl thi:riU»eal(t' a 'u- «^- cavalry wereJ [?]

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

- The BnttBT Mftrltst. \ — - ?'- ? ? — 't ? I 1 Wf, have received thn following circulrom the South Coast and, \yest.Cuimleji CAera live Compojuy, under date of SeptciuhUi : — ' Wo ;taljeijLhe.;presc,nt «pportunl..of thanking our nuiueicus constituents, athe very large patronage tlirougl) the past Ion, and we hope that a still .further extendlup port will* be given to the Institution ?''? the .present seasoii^. As the teiideia oi values in the butter market is now. decldl; downward, entj. in a few weeks tuiiltl) fivHiiHiiia surplus win ue cou&iaerauie, iik io, 1. if the dairy farmers purpose svistainins; \%ues I ( in this market at remunerative rates, sntnot 1. less than 0d (ninepence) pef 10. Wo ^IV?.I much pleasure in informing our numerous j constituents that we are now prepared to ykt I charge of ally ITusiness which may bpM^Aru^' ted to our*care, and as we have alttne facili- j ties for conducting the ' export liu.sii|ess' on the most improved lines, »k shall bp jjlad t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Stock and Brand's Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

St3DkaailBrasSLs.Braacli. TlIB MhiiatwJA^iiHas wd^grJffulfHJ* ^-d on the TabVof tlie legislative 'Xssetiiiily on Monday, nights t-lin annual report of Mr.. ^AleKander Bruce, the chief Inspector of Stack;. %#ttie.yfear 1890., TJie document lehows .tliaf; Hherp are 48 inspectors ii\, d»arge, of $3iW*ep )i.Utiiict«^ Tl\e total -number of inspectipus, tund.o, Spring tbe.year.was^^lGS, an average of 732 by eaph inspector; ,jiud an increase of 84 inspections an last year. The^ hor«ej5- inspected nunil«re(| 9S,.r)ll; cattle, 1,299,878 ; aiid shenp, 2S.378.925. This \s an increase on last year's inspections of 7,675. horses, 275,535 cattle, and, 175,588, sheep. During tjie year bi-weekly visits to the lfoinebuRh yards lmve Ikmmi made, with the vjow to iiiftpKcliiig the stock yarded. The total number of*stock submitted tp auction was as follows : -Cattle, 93,40G hejid; sheep, 1,034,330, or r. wewlcly average of 17?6j cattle and 31,429 sheep, being an increase of C9 cattle and 1137 shei-p on ...

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Curiosities of Gambling. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

Cariosities of Gambling. Man is n gambling animal. The idiosyn crasy of venturing his own property on the chance of winning that of another is peculiar to the highest creation of the animal world. Even the learned pig, that miracle of country fairs, which can tell men's fortunes by the cards, has in private life never realised the value of a trump, and there ts no record of any other of the lower (sic) animals ever en gaging in a game of chance. Man alone is content to stake NOT ONLY MONEY, BUT ALSO HAPPINESS AND J10S0UK, on the treacherous turn of the dice, the chance deal of a pack of cards, or the run ning of a horse, which hitter in nine cases out of 10, so far- as the backer is concerned, might as well exist only in the extraordinary name he finds it so diflicult to pronounce. Gambling, as an evil habit, is certainly an old one. The Empuror Claudius adventured 40,000 sesterces on one c.i6t of the dicp, spending the few hours he could snatch from his engrossing mania in writing ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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[?]pe. [?] ONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

[?] ^^^^^^^^^^^^FYos-DnNT.) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n^dul that could be ^^^^^^^^PQJ^^\ ?&* Rre beginning ^^^^^^^^?oi-i I d'ring, but the few ^^^^^^^H- whtcil . *-; had last week ^^^^H^^^Hrogress of the young grass _con ^^^^pbly^Ht is a very unusuaJ^nccurrence ^^?gto be visited with rfjV 1 ^ in the ^?gl it is to b0 JujlUjllii'Vll ,,ot ^^HH^ nIore thj^|^^^^^K ,nmizi. ^?B1^0 c^^^^^B&^ tho ^^^^^Hn- . J|!Kt tlie lasf i ^ I^^^^^^^^^^^Vsl'g o^K locality, with a ,' ^^^^H^^^^V'' t-'10 nullllj1'1' of shares !l ; ^^^^^^^^^^Vtkke and how many gallons ^ 1 ^^^^^^^Iv^' suPP'y to t'le Company. v I ^^^^^^H^7rtnking will lie a eucccss, and ^^^^^^Kyi be one of the best industries \ ^^^^^^KfftcA on this rivrr. ' , ^^^^^^E^'hooping cough are very preVa \ ^^^^^^HBocalily, especially among the ^^^^^^^?hbb, G.L.V.D. of the Tndepcn \ ^^^^^^^Hpf Good Templars, has paid ufi a ? , ^^^^^^^^cring a scries of lectures on Good v ^^^^^?fe*u^id the Driuk Question. ' He ' ^^^^^^Vth his subjects iu an able and ^...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Presidention [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

i\ A Pres^^J«pe. ?President Kru^^^^HRic old Dutch ^?i that he is, I^^BRerent idea of the ^Hitution of dancing and its fitness to be HTpled with her Majesty's name from that Witertained.by her Majesty's representative at Madras (says the Pall Mall Gazette). Oom Paul (Uncle Paul, a friendly popular name of the President) refused his patronage to the Queen's birthday ball on the ground that he considered a ball as Baal's service, for which the Lord ordered Moses to kill all offenders.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cultivation of the Walnut. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

... Xialtiratioa of-tie /WAlnut. Tub extent to jvjiich^liifit tbijftre lias al ready Womp. pgtijUiljghpd MaJWifornia can hardly lie roaTis6|l*liyl5iistcri| farmers. Thoj natfor Mack yvjilnut Ofc, the Pacific iGqMtj trfii-, preferred in most cusps to.tlin Eastern lilaclc walnut! '. ' Tliis Caliornian .wild .walnut is now used by jnaiiv growers as the best available stock on which to graft tho choicer named varieties -of the Bnglisli Valnut (Jig lans ret/it). Nearlyall (lie California growers who have trjed it think that the fruitfulness «*f I- It a 4-a*/u* id innfanrni4 niiA pninn niiii'in 'lliaf it is alto hardier. The Japanese walnut {Juglau* Sieboldii) is grown (o sonic extent, and thrives in Shasta and Trinity. The Per stan walnut, which may tie called the. original -^jf&ock of the English species, is largely planted, ^needlings of merit, grown by various orchard ists, are beginning to appear in mark-fit. One of the best of these is ' Ford's Soft Shell,' from Santa Barbar...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Ancient Remains. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

Aacieat Ramaias. Tub cablegrams recently have referred to the discovery of remains in Mnslionaland. From papers brought by the muil it appears thai Mr. Theodore JJent, who is exploring the ruins and historical remains in Mashonaland, has discovered at the Zimbabye ruins some images and pottery which are supposed to be of Phamiciaii workmanship. The news of the discovery has awakened great interest, and further particulars are eagerly awaited iu the hope that the relics, even if not identified as the handiwork of the discoverers of the land of Of hir, will enable arcluuologists to decide when and by who-j the Ziiubabyc ruins were originally built.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Upper Hastings Road. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE N[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

Ths Upper Hastings Boad. TO THE EIITOR Of TIIK l'OKT MACQPAltlB NJ^^» Sir,— Kindly allow me a space in yourTB^fc jmns to draw attention to the dreadful stnta^ft -f part of the Upper Hastings road from the ^& Red Hilt to the J^Kgller's Rest. I hear^H Ji^^fliauitmvan8jPB9\lwaB on it for a while^^L 9^H&^^ht^j^4tou)^to it than is expoc^^^^^ lilTOf^JJet'alo^SBV^I travflUal oitt^^^B ^ few toyVago wiUi^^Hgy and pair, ^^^^^m ^Berienced the utmoa^pfimculty, for ^^^^^K ^HdVawdo T nwl *\f nnn liftfflinla t.llAtl i U^^^^^^^B Ee.*1ibther, and at times the horses wtnl^^^k Mftest to; .their bellies. ' Xot vud&M^^^k Road Superintendent ^-^^'^'^^Bf^^^^^fc he Had to trd;rgfthe i f ^^^^^^^m ney's experience, I ni.V ., ^^*^^^^^^^^^^^H_ lose no time in making it t ^^^^^^^H^^^^Bft*' ing to sec it at once Btt^u^^,W^^^^^^^^^^^|^ } September 14, 189^L^^^^^^^^^^^^H)v O'Donovan Ilossa/Sflp^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H American agitator, pu^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H to Ireland, the term of jii^^HP^^^^^^^^^K...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Family Life of the Hindoos. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 September 1891

! TieiTaiaily, Life 'of ttto^Siaioos. ?O oujs,i4na-anBnited^riklt*1ieJ%ner life of a Hindoo family^ 1? wo^fflvn^SUbt appear curious and strange that so JrnijnyT could live together amicably in oueMamjly*; and they jump to the conclusion that the widows in it must be neglected, and that the females generally are ill-treated, or practically iin iTJsfln,¥i-.'BI?^;t'Pt,^'ndPPs,!uMsJ; p.a£s a. very, uncomfortable domestic life,' when, instead of1 only one husband and his wife, so many per sons of different degrees of relationship con stitute a home. These are, however, mis taken assumptions. Anglicised Hindoos, outcast men or women, hunters after fashion, and others who want to show how civilised they are 3y denouncing everything Indian may, perhaps, find fault with my views ; but, as no one can please everyone in this world, it will not grieve me much if I displease such persons by telling the truth, remarks a Btah initi official' in the Asiatic Quarterly. In living together, lie says, ...

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