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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

Slrtft. PAYNK.-At her residence, Kir.g Creek, M'suc hope, ou Thursday, 10th ScpUmlwr, the wife of C. Pa vsk uf a danghter. llotli duing well. CIjc ^port SJarqiam Itcfos. SATURDAY, iBEPTESJBER 26, 1891.

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 — 26 September 1891

f* 6 ^ Jf 'IssV^rb^rW - ?» 3 Jfc*^TT^^'^Br^RBrTB^Rr^^Rr?^i ** -^B -' ° '^^SaS^- ? i/ »- * A HE OUARANTKED tO^m%%%%%\ J\ SATISFACTION. Ol'H^^HH KXCHANOKD. SKND FOB^BBBJEaTtBR 1'HICK LIST, Port Free. — H ,813 George-street, nearly opposifri RAILWAY STATION. SYDNEY. ] FacUrleb-LBVEftroeL, BKCL4KB. MiC^Th* Itarlvalitu Keyless Watch. A stroo . ,'-4wlial-le. cheap watch. %% 1««.-Knglisn L«ver,' nil-jewelled compensa tion balance, 2 yean cuarante *3 ltH.-My unequalled BaKli.h l*ve full corerad cap, patent action, 3 j ears' guarantee, k Mi.— My special Knglish liaver, compensation ??W balance, patent action, 3 yean' guarantee. . ^^BV £4 UN.— First-class Kngluli Lever, full-covered ^^^^IBBibbw '?!? patent, hand 6nlilie-l, 4 yean' guatantte. ??^??^??^??Y— First-class English Lever. coinna^RJK| ^^^^^?UlMtot., fall-covered ca^ W ticpBBBJ BBBBBBBWTy«ari' gusrautw. ' * ?*?? ^^V BBBBBBBTO.— KoglUh I^rer^aunerlor liaod fioUbedj ih|v ^^^^^^^^^^kuarantee. ^B^B^BhBe ™J ^^^^^^^^^Halance, adjusted, T^ub...

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 — 26 September 1891

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Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rollands Plains. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

Bolla&ta Plains. (K!»M OUIl COItltKSPONDENT.) Tnj- weather of late has Utou very unsettled, scarcely a wwik passing without a downpour, followed by drying wmds, which booh improve (lie roads, but render the laud mitt for , tilling. A greft quantity has been ploughed, ?nd *-uch sown, yet thef^eater Iwik i| yet bfliind liaitd. October is fait approackLig, ^^l^^^and it it regarded as tlie wont of l^M^B| ^?^^^^^?^ulanting, but is likely to cat ? I^^^^^J |^|^|^|^|^|Haar. The last rain is liteiy n^i^iM ^^^^^^^^Ari of damage. The past weeWBB ^^^^^^^^HRiry active one among the planter*, ^^^^^^^He ernin lying in the^jound i* much ^^^^^^^Hialilv to damage th^^^grown over ^^^^^^Hrm. On Sunday ai^^^Hklwetiad n ^^^^^^^^ieftvy hail -storm. '^^^HLflfl^kfy ^^^^^^^^^^^uviii a wrctchftS^idimRi^^lr. ^^^^^^^^^^^HRJbtPiident of Hfliids, has lately ^^^^^^^^^^^^Hnyius out the new road on the ^^^^H^^^PIRf the Wilson River, which Jim ^^^^Holon^bcnii licforn the public. Six or seren ^^^^ryttn havo el...

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 — 26 September 1891

? * SHIP'S1 — AKD— Q-eneral Storo3 * ^^fcnsion of Trade. ^ NEW STORE. j^^^^k j ....... Kl /Ml 1 ^^^^^Hr^Cg glad tdflMH^Rr w*M ^^^^^^^^^^^Hkd u^^Bo make goajl ^^^^BRMMBr want, ^^^^^^^Wie New Store on the river ^^^^^^^^^^^at Hamilton. ^^^^^^^^^^^Biting a continuance of ^^H^^^^H0m-rs of the past, and for ^^ ^J^HRch we thank .you, we would ?' remind our friends that we do not intend ever to offer goods at Alarming Sacrifices, or to undersell our neighbours by offering certain lines Less than Cost Price but our endeavour will be to provide Rood Substantial Value, and make every article bear its fair ratio of profit. And our customers being We can gjve them the FULL ADVANTAGE Over the ruinous system of credit. Our Success lias largely been the result of conducting our business on those ^ Bona-iide Priiich|les. ^^?SPEAK FOK THEMSELVES ^^H^^ That is vhy^fclo not adver ?^?FSellEverytliing ^^m Required for the home or the farm. K Farmers' Implements ^^^ Obtained from the most approved ^^^^^^R...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir He[?] Parker. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

^Bsir EonjMEa&d^iK Tub St. James's GnEe^Bjot ^^^RHM notice of men ax^^Hft. °^ ^ew S^BB Wales hr.nci^|Hg^^^^j&ragraph frolnl its issue oJ^^^^^^^HmP usually noticeabld^m^H||^HPRcn lot is not a happy oneTaccoTaiiigT^nie view of .Sir Henry Parkes, who has had some consider able, experience of that honourable position. Sir Henry has gained much honour from his public workout little profit has accrued to ..'.., . ., ,,^ .'^i^Mnrl ictnrL' ElnnHllv tO IllS tOV shop in Sydn^Hbead of troubling his hcadi about poli(ics)™B|ukl,itMnd doubt, ho.vM been much hettcr&frwajSRt lliftii he fiifl himself after nearlyTl^Ps of busy politicB life. It may be assumed that the unsatiB factory condition of the veteran Premiers private affairs prompted his interesting utter ances at Oooina the other day, when he emphatically expressed his regret that he had not kept to a quiet life. The unfortunate Australian poet Kendall, whose life was a long and painful struggle against poverty, often...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
England and the Powers. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

'England and' Ike #owero. ' Comments on the relations betwfcn England and the Powers have been indujgfn Jn free'}' tor some time past on this. side 'of the Channel (ssys the Paris correspondent of the jLondon Daily TeUffraph), and, bb might have jbeeh expected, the Kaiser's : visit and the debate in the House of Commons --liave^F.p- ji»w x-icTuuii puuuciuiiB nun irBKii ? remtiritB on a subject to which they have devoted con siderable attention of late. I seems hardly possible to realise the fact that only ft com paratively short period has elapsed since England was taunted persistently with her isolation, and sines she was confronted with a number of very thorny questions in differ ent parts of the globe which rendered her relations wilh more than one or even two Powers extremely delicate. Things, indeed, have undergone a change since then ; and, as we have seen recently, there has. been a marked tendency on the part of some of our ^ntinental friends to go into the opposite ^H|BA^^o...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Earth's Crust. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

The Earth's Crust. The deep well at Wheeling, West Virginin, in to Vie. continued (says the Enyiiw.ering Xnws) to the depth of one uiile, and .possibly farther. The well is now the third deepest well in the United States. It has been sank -to the depth of 4108 feet, and is said to be. (he nnlv well which has ever been drilled iu horizontal strata to a depth approaching this without striking veins of water. For this reason it offers an unsual opportunity for in vestigating the temperature ot the earth's crust at great depths. The U.S. Geological Survey is therefore co-operating with the Wheeling Development Co. in sinking the woll deeper, und Major Powell has detailed Dr. William Hal lock to make temperature observations as the work progresses. The best covering for a poultice or a mus tard pasta is tissue paper. A handful of flour, bound ou a severe cut, will often stop the bleeding.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stone Soled Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

Stone Solel Shoes. A German inventor proposes to make hoots with stone, soles. He Hiixes with a water proof glue a suitable (('uruitity of clean quartz sand, -which is sprenduui the, thin leather sole employed as a foundation. These quitrtE soles arc said to be very flexible and almost indestructible, while they enable, the wearer to walk safely over slippery roads.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Edition of the Siamese Twins. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

New Edition of the Siamese Twins. A NEW edition of the Siamese twins has just been brought to St. Petersberg, in the person — or persons — of a strange phenomenal formation called ' Rosa Josepha,' possessing two heads, four arms, four legs, two active iutelligen:es, and two resolute and often opposing wills, out only one body, from the base of the two necks to the two hips, from which uesuejiu iwu fjuui* ui ptsrircuy uuii&li- tuted legs and feet. This curious product of an inexplicable freak of nature is the child of a farmer named Blezek, living with his wife on their own little farm in the neighbourhood of the village of Tabor, 24 hours by cart from any city. The phenome non is IG years of age. The parents have other children older and younger than Rosa Josephs, the boys and girls being formed after the ordinary pattern. Rosa is stronger than Josepha, and carries her easily when she is tired or declines to go to some point which Rosa is bent on visiting. The two elements o...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Can't a Woman be a Mason ? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

' Why Can't a Woman be a Mason ? At a Masonic celebration nt Austin, Nev., years ago, General (then Major) Sherman delivered Ihe address, abounding in wit and humour, clustering around eloquent geiHl of Masonic tradition. As a specimen of the same, the Rtveilk gave the following cxtricts as a solution to the above query : — Women sometimes complain that they are not rwnniH^rf lo pntnr our lorlfe. nnd work with (he craft in their labours, mid learn all there is to be learned in the institution. We learn that before the Almighty finished his work he was in seine doubt about ci-eating Eve. The creation of every living thing had been accomplished, and the Almighty had niado Adam (who was the (list Mason) and cic^it«l him for the finest lodge in the world, and it was Paradise No. 1. lie then made all the bensts of the field nnd fowls of the air to pnss before Adam lor him to name tlitni, which was o piece of work he hnd to -Jo alone, so that no confusion might there fore arise when Eve w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Present and Future of English Art. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

[?] Ofld ?i-ii'iir/'nMu the Spectator.)' ??.*&? ??''- To-dat in' Engjand is hoj; weie*r,,a ffWmVl' time'for\ne Wglieht art, -at itM'^M tegards its subject matter, though. Mr. .Goschen, , in bis brilliant speech at .tho . Academy dinner, Lesitated, or it may .be refused, to' draw that melancholy conclusion: .He described, it is true, with in6nite humour the saperficially prosaic character of oar time, when religion iivut ueca cuiueu . sum *ii|ipcu *iv bvo|ji-ivioiu, and the despairing lover poses ns the ' fami liar pal ;' when inspiration can no longer lie drawn from the wrongs of women, and ' no painter's revolutionary audacity would ven ture, to delineate women's rights ;' when Jtptr Englishmen suppress all methods of passion ate utterance, and no longer weep, or gesticu late, or curse ; when the costume of the sol dier lacks alike singularity and splendour; and when oren the portrait-painter finds lijhf snlf obliged to depict 'stately and happy dames,' and men ' in whose f...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Imperial Whims. QUEER CONDUCT OF EMPEROR WIL LIAM. A SENSATIONALS[?]Y FROM PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

ImjDrial Whims. QUEER CONDUCT OF EMPEROR WIL LIAM. A SENSATIONALSi*^ FROM PARIS. A Paris uewspaper^^^Hh^, which is not given fo sensittion^^^^^^Hhes the follow ing as confirinedJ^^^^^BWied authority : On the night 4^^^^^^Hlcparture of the Imperial yucht M^^^^pjrn from England ^^njpw was beatenTwquarters and surprised ^^^?d the quarter-deck brilliantly illumi ^^V An al*ar bad beea erected ou thfi ?pPK, bearing me uki nnu i\ew lesiaments, and the Kaiser stood by. wearing a white chasuble, with n crozier in his hand and a black and white mitre on his head. He read most warlike passages from the Testaments, and invited the. crew to respond. He then preached a long sermon on the duty of sover eigns to the people, the whole service lasting from 11 p.m. te 2 a.m. The crew was then piped below. At 5 a.m. the Kaiser appeared on the bridge in tint uniform of a hi^li ad miral, looking extremely haggard, and, a I dressing tlio commander, said : ' Sir, retire to your cabin ; I shall taltc charge...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Use of Oil in Storms. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

The Use oi Oil in S'ionwp.:',', Tub following extracts -froni recent rj-pprte are ^Baye /Sm) of interest as illustrating tjie practicahad vantages -tp'be /derived, troin , jtlie,. age of oil in storms : ' ' i. ' JulyJLO, 3.3,0 ,p.ra.,ioffa»peILopkout,^.^,' in a gtle, with ^ieayy. combing '(seA, pufp oil. uags over lorwara ana aic. on uom ,s-aes,i which helped greatly. ;At 5.40 the gusts .of wind were heavier and more frequent, with very high combing . Beo, .but .the oil acted finely ? Captain Handy, Asa. Bg. II, B. Husiey. ; , : , June 14:15, latitude 45 degrees 30 mjnules north, longitude 49 degrees 30jniuutes west, to latitude 46 degrees 30 minutes north, longitude 44 degrees west, encountered a gale from west and W.N.W., with very heavy sea. The hatches had to he kept oper. as long as possible on account of the cattle, which we were enabled to do only by the use of fish oil from tauks placed in the forward closets for Jiut purpose, and from perforated bags hung ^Br thesH-- aft. T...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A "Multum in Parvo" Pen[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

A 'Iffultnm in Potto' Tena^H A pkv or penholder of^BMHMteM^^^^H order — rivalling ' the -^VA^B^B^B^B^B^b1 knife,' which affords Uir y-™AfAfAfAfAfAfJ means of cutting and sau'ing^^^^^^^^HI corks, cutting glusK, clippin^BBBBBBBBBJ metal, -tc. — is described in iaffy^BBBBBBJ has a bulbous part on ''ICA^^^^^^^^^BP is usually held by tlie f1n|^^^^^^^^^Bg 1 that anvoni; troubled with^BBBBBBBBBBg Jiere ' considerable relief, i^BjBBBBBBTct ^^k, for that disease of the nervt 6^^^^HlI ^^ftreoftliu novelty Js the forinatioV^^B ^Bn^_^A^M|B^£ption JBP ^^^^^^^^^^^^HHPB^ying inking ^^^^^^^^^^^^Pf-roving, as the writer J ^^^^^^^^^^^Pail, '' from the humblest ^^HeutlBBBBBJrto insert a neat uiount'iin ^Hge in insexainiuation map tebt, to a P^hed draughtsman engaged ij^flfcny''' hisniechtinical drawings.' TI^^^^B^vm'e! n^B^^jiiudc of wood or in«VfVud the (|^^^^Httci n engraved upoAyAVbu^thu -WvA^^Bm.^ is one witl^AV^BBBI^^b ano9XVXV^4^vre, °'M^^^^^^^^^BJ cast^^HMB^^Bk^ciiiBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ variVAWiuds^BB...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Reward of Virtue. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

The Scvari of Virtue. The late General Bronsart von Schellendorf was well known for his great kindness of heart, ft is related of him that, when walk ing one day in one of the paths of the Thier gark-n iu Berlin, he met a young cadet who was walking along looking very distressed, and evidently seeking something on the ground. The Genera! asked him what he was looking tor, and the boy answered that he hud lost a locket off his watchchaiu, which contained his dead father's hair, and which, he therefore valued exceedingly. ' Never mind,' said the General, ' 1 will help you to find it,' and began to search, which lie did to some effect, for he first caught sight of the locket. The boy wns delighted, and could hardly express his thanks. l-ut when the General asked him wlmt time it was, lie Mushed deeply, stammered, and had to con fess he hail no wateh. ' Conic along with me, then,' suid the General. He took the boy to the best watchmaker's in Unter den Linden, and liouuht a magnificent w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Dissatisfied Father. BABIES SHOULD BE BORN WHEN THEY ARE 4 YEARS OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

'TTmawnfflK't BAB|E§; 8E0VW .M.BQZIS ?- JVHEN i ^cXHEl&A»E4 YfiAjaSOFAGB.'- .'? I have recently acquired e*iiea)tli^,.'preposv seaing female feirl-daughteri ..- Itnis* «ho. j i if the young minx continues healthy there is a probability, of her swelling rthe* ranks of .'the' fair sex when she grows up. ? 11 y wife .says she is a little dear, and i believe her. In fact, she is a little too dear. Before. the doc tor and the nurse -and the druggist get through with their plundering they wilNiave got con- ' trol of more than lOOdol. of my attenuated, wealth. . . ?????.-. .. _ ? In common with every tiifant that lias been borne since Eve became a mother, my baby is the prettiest in the world. At least I have the wife's authority for saying so, but I don't know that my butter half is a particularly j good judge of lie*uty. This baby struck me as painfully plain in features, but, of course, I had to conceal my opinion from the wifej and those sympathetic women neighkuy^a came in to ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Population of Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

Population of Russia. The 'Revenue Britanniquc' publishes some li^ures showing the rapid progress which Russia has made during the last two cen turieR, the population having increased from 15,000,000 in 1723, 20,000,000 in 1782, 41,000,000 iu It: 12, Ci.OOO.OOO in 18:15, 7S.000.000 in 1878, and 89,000,000 in 188:5, to 109,000,000 at the census taki-ii in 1889 ; while the Russian army, which reached a total of 570,000 in the time of Napoleon I., and which niadied 1,270,000 during the Crimean War, has now, when on fi war footing, un effective force of 4.600,000, with 400,000 horses and 3S35 guns! Every vegetable — except potatoes, aspara gus, peas, and cauliflower — should boil as rapidly as possible. Cndbagc should be as delicate as cauliflower, and will (-e if lioiled in plenty of water, into which is added a tablespoonful of suit. The constant use of mxIii, even in small quantities, 1ms to answer for u great deal of dyspepsia and oljier ail ineuU,

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Castor Oil Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

The Castoi Oil Plant. No sort of bird, beast, or creeping tiling will touch a castor oil plant. It seems to be a rank poison to all the animal world. Even ? XOiit will starve before biting oil' a leaf, and u horse will snilf at it and turn up his upper lip as though it had the most detest able odor on the face of the t-nrth. Army worms and thu locusts will pass it by, though (hey may eat every other green thing in sight, and there IB no surer way to drive, moles awny from a luwn than to plant a few castor Ir-ihis here and there. Ever, (lie tobacco worm will ri fuse to be fed on ill leaves. There i* hardly another instance iu natural history of ii plant being so universally de tested by the animal world. 4

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Judge On Oaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

I A Judge On Oaths. Limn Culerid^e, Lord Chief Justice of Eng land, replying to a correspondent usking his ^opiuiou on thu Itilde pussai;e ' Swear not at ^Wl,' anil Christ's words, ' bt-tyour words be i^^eik or nay,' says he ^JOS doubt of (lie law fulness of oaths oi^flRt' occasions. St. James -kpresbly^^^TH--y*?u lawful. God dliio iwi'ara Iiy liHrsi'lf. Tin; precept of our Loid about offering doth cheeks to be. smit ten its to \-°: taken as a statement of principle, not as an order to bi. olieyed literally, irres pective, of the cirouniKtunces. The wlmle jurisprudence xif Cluisliun nations for 100 years has lw%n Itased on oaths. A domestic who, while running on an errand iu Liverpool, was arrested us a dis orderly pe.ibon Inou^lit an action upiiiut (lie two coiiHlulilos, and «at- awurdwl jt.'J.ri damugei.

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