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

,^j£5 Ki^^i.ir^^ Jj^^livnr 3K*;l! tillll V.ftt, habmadeastaet'., '1'''';iI In the Grocery Liu$, IN TUB' I' Big Store, opposite Sawmill, He Is Selling Cheaper Than Ever. ^ CASH ON^THE NAIL 18 TIM System of Business, AND HIS PRICKS DEFY COMPETITION, 80 NOW 18 THE APPOINTED TIME, NOW 18 TUB DAY OF CHEAP GROCERIES. PRICE LIST~OF TUCKER ': Best Roller Flour 13s Gd per 1001b. Best White Sugar 1 7s Cd per bag Starch 4£d per box Best Jam 5s 6d per dozen Gold medal milk 8d per tin Keen's Blue 8d per lb. 5 medal candles / Jd per lb. Three pounds Sugar and half pound good tea for Is Bd Sugar with Tea 3d per lb. FULL PRICE LIST NEXT WEEK. BOOTS. Womeiu Elastic Side Uoots, is 1 Id per pair. Men's Elastic Side Boots, 6s Gd to 7s Gd per pair. Men's Lnceup Bootn, 7s lid per pair. Women's Carpet Clippers, 2s per pair. Children's Uootg, 3s 6d per pair. Boys' Cossack Boots, 5s Cd per pair. Hours of Business : 7 jto 6, Satur days 7 to, Sundays at the books. ? 7 , ? . I Eastings BiverJockey Glut ANNUAL ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man in a Whale's Stomach. MODERN JONAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

7Krr$&^i«^ taji£frMorifc&Kti@NAfiF .:,,; Last February tlie whaling ship Sffir 61 lliej ?Bmt 'wag^iiT-the -vicinity of the Falkland I llslanda searching .forwhah?*,. fliioh were veryJ scarce. Out- rooming (he lookout fcighted a| twliale throo miles away on the starboard I quarter. Two IxiaU were, niamved, Ju a 1 sliort time one of tl-e boats wa« near enough j to unnble theliarpootieptOiSend;*, «pear,jinto(a She whalej which proved toVeaiiexceearngly large one. vviuj tue.-gnajc in iiis-bidb mid uiimal sounded and tlienepedaway, draguiug Je. boat nfter liim with terrible spend, Ho Ham straight away about five miles, when he Bned and came back almost directly toward LhkfMMl^rc he had been harpooned. The ^^^^^^^?aited for him, and when but a ^^^^^^Haway from it he rose to the M^^HpOou s£ his tJajk ..slip£ved,rattove theTWB^of the water the Imrpooner in the second ItoabJMHI' another spear iuto him. The ^hj^^^Wv crazed the whale, for it thrtj^^^^^^^|uly, and it wot fearM t...

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

r^t- ? (Joldoa Maxims. Always speak the truth. Never lie rude to servants. NevEtt spoak evil of anyone. Kenp gopd.conipauy or none. . . I Eirn money l-eNj^vou spund it. - 1 Keifi pure if ydHBd. be happy. , XTrt »??»** ?lurvtnfliflBtVA^B^B^Bninmi Tt*II»iinS * '^ Drmki)oJ^^^^^Eoxica.tiiig 4jftf^^^| i^BII^^^^^H^hat you_VJ H H H I I j^^^^^^H^^^f vour owBBBBBBBJ knouV^BBB^ '^ _ 4^B^bS W Never senJ a present lioping TorBBBBBB Ireturn. „ M ^^H ??^^-^^^?^?ktiite ane^p^^^H ^^^F'e vhBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKnd *^BAfl ^Fftreoid^HH^I^^L *W |^^H'er pr^^Pa gift sayin^BBBM no uBJ nf-fkS'if. W ' ^m 1 '^Woid tenipTfttion through feaWyou may! not withstand it. I Never fail, if a gentleman, of being polite 1 and civil to ladies. A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds. Do not put off till to-morrow that which should be done to-day. Never refer to a gift you have made, or a favor you have rendered. Never call attention to the features or the form of anyone present. Slowness to anger mid n ...

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

^:'driciftv-w H BwnnE the year 17,75 only two ^stumps w«^e; used, instpacj of tli ripe,, tp which iiupiW.fJiPJL werejacNAnd^Ui Uutf.yr-*r., Lady.cncKfters are Wft^«y^r3ductotimbdernicm!tili tioh.- ? In 1801 o nialth for a italce of.?*00 guineas was playedjiy 'tlie ladies of Hamp elbsn contest, wliifth lasted three days,' tlie former team proved victorious. In the first half of the present century- tall leaver hats, either black or white, wew» worn by the players ijf cricket tnatchns. They nrast have lieen extremely uncomfortable in hot weather. In 1850 caps came into general usn. Summers, a rising 'young Notts professional, was killed by a cricket hall in 1870. Thn high^tra corded score for a single innings in ^^^H is that ojjk Orleans Cluli, in AugusV_V_VA In a iiu^^Bcainst Bicklinj; Green 1'tA^^V togetW^^Hess than 920 runs. -^Hs nuiaf^^Hryernon, the MiddlesexaoB^H ^^^?P«nd G. H. Trevor 338. J|^V

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

? 1 ^^RB aaaaakw-^— .^ssbb1bbbbbbbbbbV~*~^. .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI ^^^^Pranc^^^^^^^^^^^HH^reijH ^^Hbciety^^^^^^^^^^be 19tff ^^Rt the retf^^PIPffiV|H^^Bnrauc IP^^htfhe folflWig mein'iers ^R^H'esent — ^BPf. S. LiiiaSuy, President, iu^p chair, MessVs! J. R. Andrews, D. Bain, senr, D. Bain, juur., L. Lindsay, \V. Lindsay, D. Graham, and T. Pepper. After devotional exercises tho resignation of the Rev. John Davis, late Secretary and Treasurer to the branch, was accepted with regret, that gentle man having to leave the district owing to ill health. Mr. T. Pepper was' appointed to fill tbe vacancy. The acting Secretary (Mr. D. Bain, senr.) reported that at the public meet ing held at Ueeckwood, the following persons were fleeted as a committee for (he current year — Messrs. Angus Kennedy, L. Lindsay, W. Lindsay, D. Gruham, J. Neville, J. Secouibe, D. Dain, senr, D. Bain, junr., W. Fryer, T. Pepper, J. White, J. R. Andrews, and Mr. David S. Lindsay, us Prcsid-nif? The following persons were appo...

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 — 26 September 1891

Mr. Matthew Kennett, Attorney, Solicitor, & Proctor, PORT MACQUARIE. OFFICE: Opposite Bank of New South   Wales. ~ . *-. ?Visits W*ncli©i»e Tbnrsdays 2 P.m. To Constables and Others. JJ3O0 Reward. THE STOCK OWNERS ASSOCIA TION for Southern New England will give £200, in addition to £100 offered liy the undersigned, for information, secret or otherwise, Oini will lead to tlie conviction of ?any pnl-son or persons stealing cattln from ? the Yarras Estate, Hustings lliver, branded A N near ribs, with No. on thigh. WILLIE NIVISON, Yarrow-itch Station, . . . Walclia. ^fovenil.er 13, 1888 JAMES EUTLEFv, AUCTIONEER deneral Agent, UEW ROOMS, HOUTOK-STREET., Port Wlacquarle, TtEWtESEKTS THE TOT llitflVTSG XC EKCTES :: ?OacenBltoa ''Government, for ihe sale of Crown ljuids. ?particulars*!, to ?portions ?available, 'and .titilios to be Been on 'application. ?United insurauoe'Contpaity. Mutual Life Asso.-iatifln oi AnstraWa. . ''Syauoy Morning Heitil-l'wifl'fiy-incy Man.' A...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS   September 19.— Victoria, from Sydney. September 20.— t.s. Wellington, 130 tors, Capt. 8. -JkraMen, from Syduey. P«wwig«n— Mini Cohen ; Meaaamai Chapman. Murphy and Win dryer j Messrs. Fryer,' Nejpnsn, Chapman, Atkinson ?nd Kicliordsou. tCargo— 40 tons genermlr*ftrg0.J and SO tons coal. « *'' f -«!*l«nl«*.J^ba»«n.i«Hp«s*ienft. f t P^iS|i.^iSV«rt^s&D.y, - . v SeptenibirM.— Emi*«M of faiBiu, Froin Sydney, 8eptomlierll.-sT Scout, fot8»aneyT * *** September 19.— Louisa Messell for Sydney. September 22.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Capt S.Roulden, for Sydney. Passengers— Misses   Dodds, Wilson and Richmond; Mesdames Birch,   Lee, Richmond and Laverty; Messrs. Jennings,   Small, Kennett, Lee, Richardson and Tuckerman. Cargo— 470 sleepers, 358 bags corn, 20 cases eggs L AHRIVALS. K SFpteraber SI. — May flower, from Sydney. F fienteBiber 21.— Bessie Maud, from Sydney. ^Rfl^H^I.-Rock L...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Land Board Sittings. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 September 1891

[?] lBBVocaOilnd Dourd met on ToesdUiy last/ for tlw disposal gf-ji.J&gerfjimjer of cases, *nd it is expocSdUtld sitlnl^ will extend veil iuto next week^ The Board was cohi sueailiersr inipressionsnad got abroad that Sir. Park was, a very severe administrator of the lawV and tint 'his^Wef J'aim was to embarrass selectors as much as possible, and deprive them of their land jf this leaBt infring^inint of thejAct w« ^otice^bje. TWs Ueiiig' the current opinion, gained largely' through reports published in the press, we made it our special, business to be present at, tbje -opening of the cpur^i »nd 16 j*at$i 'Jwirt; ?I tlw proceedings of several ' dayBBittings, t\nd we must express our gratification and pleasure at fiudiug the Cliairman ft ,iuost J^ Kitelligent officer, «ver ready fco interpret the law in as leuient a way as possililc, willing to givftidrira when souglit for ancar'«*iost ?courteous manner, nnd apparently anxious that no selector should suffer the loss of his hold...

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 — 3 October 1891

? ^^^^^^^^^^ ratio of profit And our custoiners being We can give them the FULL ADVANTAGE Over the ruinous system of credit. Our Success has largely been the result of conducting our business on these Bomi-ficle Principles. OTTIR, GOODS ^^^^ SPEAK FOHTHEM^^^^ ^^^^^^B^^ That is why we do no^^^^^^fl ^^^^K^e SeUEkything ^^^^^^^^^^K^iuired for the^H^^^^ farm. ^^^^^^^^^^^^Farmers' Implements ^^^^^^^^^^ Obtained from the most approved ^^^^^^?^ makers. ^^^^^^^^^ Fencing Wire ^^^^^^^nOi Any^^^i or -Jung-^ ^^^^^^^^^^B&fing Iron and Hardware ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B Of every description. ^^^^^^^^^^H^^|vr Steam Punts traverse all ^^^^^^^^^^L^^Hciranchcs of the Hastings River. ^^^^^^ Our Sawmills ^^^^^^HgMH|^^re Worthy of Inspection, and r^V^^HlH Before you build consult us. /^^B ? — ^^^^^^^Uiavc a convenient slip, upon ^^^^^PM^ve can luuil up and repair a ^^Tessel of 200 tons, j^Fa staff of men always engngedWor the speed}* despatch of any work entrusted to us. Small Boats Built, or Repaired, P...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women and the Census. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Women aa& tlie Census. TnB complete results of the decennial census of England and Wales (snys the Queen) which was taken on April 5 in the present yeor can not bu worked out for return to the Houses of Parliament for sonic time, but certain ligures have bucn tabulated and presented to the House of Commons which arc of sufficient interest to be worthy of careful attention. The most astonishing result, and that perhaps one.-*liicli will be of most interest to our readers, is the steadily increasing dispropor tion in the relative number of the sexes. We do not know whnther or not it will be satis factory to the advocates of what are called women's rights to know that thn number of women in propoilion to those of men is steadily and progressively increasing. At the present time we have in England find Wales upwards of 900,000, or nearly 1,000,000, more females than males, the exact number being 900,202. This disproportion iu the number of sexos has an important bearing on the f...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Champion Mean People. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Ohu&pioa Xeaa T»opl*. I wab under tlie impression ll)a{t the stories of the Americau funny roan were grossly un true and exaggerated, buMhe;*clion of the Educational iDepurtment recently |)»s rather disturbed that impression. The Amrri can funny man relates . the instance of the ' champion mean man. . A laborer engaged in tamping some rock preparatory to -blasting was blown up in the air through the churgit prriuuturvly ' exploding.- The won was not long up in space before he came doj^HSfcou the same spot and vaut on Jt^^^^^^^ljut on payday the employer J^^^^^^H hi» wages the time lost tn^^^^Hqing up in the air. This way be UrWBI^ut it i« not such a gross exag geration as^MHfcjon of the department in tho casoJ^^^^^MUoston, a teacher. Learn ing ti^^^^^^^Bf 'a8 seriously ill in Ade^^^^^^^P^^lo the department by telpgf^^^^PRoof absence for a week to visit fm^uying relative. This was courte ously granted by telegram, which in addition expressed regret at the sad cause of the lea...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Open Questions. IS THE WORLD REALLY INHABITED! [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

^^m»lK3^ 13 THBWORLUJRBALLY INHABITED! &**£0m&r%&rt:i - ''-'.,.''?'? Tut oXi,er diy rcftii^ acrow a'very curious tiling in thenews-vitpouri, ' By news -vapours Iineaii the news-vapours Of the moon, which are very much the Mtuie uonr newspapers, l-ut iuore foggy. Owing to the low luuar temperature, thirir circulation U necessarily fe'ubtur; aud for reasons which any *liilling Jittndbook to astronomy woujd make fairly clear, they are only able to see oiik side of nny question. We produce nothing like them. We might aeiill most of our news jmpi-rs to the moon to moi rastg-fflS^lipy, would not in consequence jBJmejjsrcwfl vapours. Thry ne.v«-r would bel^Kst^s one , of our own poets lias written.,. The Bulyect which ihterusteifnifi 'was a dis cussion among tlie Beings of the moon m td whether tb» world was really inhabited. I should explaiu— as it is not in the shilling liaudhooka—lhat the chief distinction J»etweeu thu Brings of the, moon and the beings of this W...

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 — 3 October 1891

Them arc about 13 or 14 pounds of blood in the body. A deficiency of more than 10 per cent, of oxygen in tint air is fatal to life. The specific gravity of human blood is 1033. i

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 — 3 October 1891

PRANK OLRAE, The Price REDUCER FRANK CLARK IIAB MADE A START 111 the Grocery Line, IS TI1B Big Store, opposite Sawmill, AwAw&Wig Cheaper Than Ever. ^^Hp^T^THE NAIL ^^KF^ ib tiie ^H^. Btem of Bd^Pss, ^^BJ AXD HIS PRICES ^ I ^B '^ , 60 NOW 18 ^H ? thewpoimted time,^ ^BBft- NOW IB TUB dWof chea^^^beies. Bebt Roller Flour 13s Gel per 1001b. Best White Sugar 17s Cd per bag IStarch 4^d per box Best Jam 5s Gd per dozen ^U medal milk Sd per tin ^^?s Blue 8d per lb. ^^Hal candles 7 £d per lb. R pounds Sugar and half Bound good tea for Is Oil Sugar with Tea 3d per Ib. FULL PRICE'LIST NEXT WEEK. BOOTS. Womens Elastic Side Boots, 4s lid per pnir. Men's Klastic Side Boots, Gs Cd to -7s Cd per pair. Men's Lsceup Boots, 7s lid per pnir. Women's Cur pet Slippers, 2s per pair. Children's Boots, 3s Gd per pair. Boys' Cossuck Boots, 5s 6d pur pair. Hours of Business : 7 to 6, Satur days 7 to, Sundays at the books. , Nothing M^ire Remarkably Illustlales ilie general advance in the £xt$ and Scie...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival of General Booth in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

?? ? _ . '. ''? ??BTJ=' ?.. ? 1. -JJfflUJl. ? g^S Giisejjun; ^bfiTit .arri^^lSSSftlftmrJe 011 Sii€ur3ay. Hc-^b8Sm.'d, «-V expe.ctey, un jililhusiastic Welcome- 'vj^fuj-lamttlely| thu ^iilti A^W^WIal^- pJ^raeWl&lffiw&.iJg^Miilg V '?^x4iiisl-4«#)muyijjiii]iiuiili»W^M)i^i|,'st'iii- liled 011 tin* wlmrf, and in tl'.e Vicinity, {o see him IlinU; ifi'i'i|ditii»jiili- \v^ich there wlus u TJfi; '^.c«i^-1:r^ Wigrarapli )coii}ey/,l liiySff: i-OW j*r»biw, tijtKtiy fif.'longinglo file Army,' to meet.-t|i« 'euwakv ho «« to arrive I.V the Pateeiia fiioiAijHiHleesWiiJtjiit owing t(i tlie lalif arrival of ilie~Pati-i:na, it+VMk.-.liiTl^past BA^Eor^tliiS.i^iJiitiifcl re'it'lij'drtljijivjli^i,: mijli 10 o'clock when hL- re.iclied the Exliil/itioii Uuil0ii.4's._:Oiy4.ifc|i- ',us foYi!fTWi»^!rst distil..-, guished tVoii'i' the deck of tin; W.iirarapa lie Wiis pvetdil with a vo.oiferous .Sahutiou Annyj welcjine, mid the same oil micliiug the w'liard und as he rose tou'ldress the large ;'...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany and Australia. A FRENCH VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Gormaay aai .i^jstralia. A FIlENGril^ifiw. A Kj'.encii resilient in Sydney, writing to one of tho Paris paper.-;, -says.: — In the t-yrs of the Australians r-'rauoe.^cau scarcely be said to exist. The fact .'ijij that w-: are, over run with Oerinaiu aiid »'ttll peruian goods. The present manager of the .1 Consulates at Berlin is-an ex-cousul al^SyiiiU'V, so that he knows Australia ; and, jis lie is backed up and helped by DarouSlfisii'ry d-: Worms, : tuuer-Secretary of State;jioi\the Colonies .in I England, he introduces tlie 'Gtruian elemenl hare. Australia is giatlually ? heiijg sur rounded by German colonies. There, aru sev eral (.icrinuns in our parliament, and the most s«VioUi part ot' ihe business is th.it (,ii!rn:nny is now terr.ii:g lier.aUuiition to the westcrr c-cust— that -is to fen j*, : PerlSl ^ Which is the ir.dst thinly peopled and perhaps the ricliiiSt colony frcn: the agricultural point of view. The Germans have jast arranged for making a raiiv.-ay, over 300 iniics ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local [?] Bo[?] Before Mr. A. J. Park, Chairman, & Messrs. J. Y. Biltler and W. Fryer. SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

^Olf^^llMHtTAT Before Mr. A. J. Park, Chairman, ic Messrs, Septkmbeh 25. Q. Verge, c.p.. application for fresh certifi J.DowneB, c.p., extension ot tune tofence. ' ^k^d.rTi }; '? : ^^rTTSoijerl^fp., extension of time to fenee.i*-rfGranted. ? -.-, .-. - N. /Hollis, c.p., permission to enclose' -« . road.''*;' ? _ ? ... '::.i.- . W.Barr, c.p., permission to substitute' improvements in lieu of fencing! ' Graiited. J. O. Rowsell, c.p., permission to enclose a'rdad. 'Refused on account of not having pVHt.lfJ|l VUII9OIII. Ul V1MCI ^JHritlCB. 5. V. Tlowsell, e.p.'/'exemption from fenc- ^ ing, , Refused. , ; ...... -.. . ' J.' McD.' box, c.p'.,' suspension of condi tions.- Granted. , .J, Gamack, c.p.. suspension of conditions. Refused.' ?' ?? / 1 5 S. Smith, junr., c.p., confirmation or other wise. Confirmed. J3. Smith, junr., c.p.j ? withdrawal of cip./: Disallowed. ai«viji*w We V- aid* ,S. Smith, junr., c.l., confirmation or other wise. jtJorifinned. ? ? S. Smith, junr., c.l., withdrawal ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A [?] Autobiography. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

^^^HAu ^olia^-jhy. VifAN I ln^^^^Hird JelTerics tlinre has ' li'i.'eii no mormQPnniil ui:d iiidipiiiidenLolis^ vci- of nature (rein.-irks ;' l.niniujjjj^ia^k ! aivi. Ke saw things wiUi 'l,]^^B|^ft ho hau a Mn.M.l.u- facuiiv tur ^i^^H^^I .sell I ? i \v'r.;-l ijllii'is had seen '?''^^^PH was iilmost il ivl'.!.-ii-n. certainly a passioiin ot My lleai-t': (I/in^mans, tireen. and C ) he ' has iiilempled to strip himvelt ui iSditions j anil i'evelaliijiis-, and st.-inr! aldiix ixci'. --? f.-tc.- I with mi.tr.n':- --the inaleriai world ami his own soul in rapt and ijiiiet cum uunioi;. The pro- j cess is ii''-'..-ril.ed «ith all the. ''aseinal i-m ol' j style and sympaHiy with material ihinys of i wiiieh lie was sueh a master : l.ut the pearl '? he thinks he for.ud is cloudi-.i with u.ysiicism j uf (hi! rnrost. In this ve,;i )).? '?:?- yt, ?' 'I'ln; ; mind goes on and requires s.jinethim; 'M^l1:.-:- : than jirayer. f.\'uei liiiiu hi^hei- than a ^..,1 :' ? ' l)y prayer I lie. ;'-.H mean a re...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Up [?]th; Down Corn." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

'XTpHife^^iCora.11 * iToe. foM^ju' fi® ^ W Cumberland ^Eug u r^ J«! ^PPS1 J'?' flUk.*^'') value and sfttus fit tfflfrriifi eiil ^liches' of English o|ncuim^Miii^} tM Strove interesting 'S-tbiomaTOSlpiiera^- ffif\ Sir Ifanies-Grahata rtSj Jits ei]ually dis tinj-uisliecl as mi ugricLrttnVfst and us u states man, used to sum up the position and pros Jec^K^j&nculture . when lie addressed' uuiniieriana auuiences, 111 tlie words or a iiiaxj/iij.wfeitu ,i-J akiio)jtlli\a(3l; hifetotvti.TJiithefi /L4J»JL^rj.ijjSiviLfioji:i|,l.j^'ijii-_«ti«),-4oi«». horn,' us the -:ircuir.s'Uinces sueiued td.warrant. And undoubtedly, at that time, the relative -importance ?of'ttock'Hitd~of'5fop was' con EtantJy^Ottuathig.^udfofl^tiiijea^eatlle, and 'tif Otficr ijiiies corn.vtoofc tJiSiH^^ji value and ifflp6i^Stw?.;f.ifi0t^^U^ltiniu ^t^eeme^ iiiigO^ibJe^ift^eilWniii&^n-^jiio-h-^Ue thei yictorjr'^wouid' ^{MM^fc ^('»* li'Sti:-*lurins ^?ecentiy^SSt has^^SiiiB^'.l^^Msitilly evi dent tifiji'feylVj)...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Loo&l and G-eneray^H Gowrik Bacon.— Wo ^^^^^^^^Ko announce that Mr. Uutliven^^^^^^^^Bi remarkable success with the con^^^^^Kf JBon which he has lately sent ^^^Bw ^^KJc Bacon Factory. Although^VH ^^B^^a^u^s^^^HHtegl^was success^ ^^^^H^^^^^^HM^^ith the 'beil ^??^^^^?rfertisea as the 'Beat] ^^Rcnui^^PP^ Zealand,; bacon,' which ^Hflc I give some idea of- the good ? name. -j pine1 it has already obtained; aiidJiiMftmits | informed him that those pura^H^T^who secured the sample shipment ^^K most anxio^fco buy all they could, ^^^Kter^t has u^Ric known lie cxpccts^^^^^H^U highes^kjee of any makejjj^^^^^^^^^^H well s^Ked,^^Mj|^onl«|^^^^^^^^^H the su]^ ofpHMpWH^H an outlay of aljouttwenty-livo perclml^^P| thejircsent ca^itajjie would be ablejto almost treble the present output, as lie Kcou^d; tiien turnout about thre.oiiuudred pigS^per* Vfeak, but just nt presrnt the supply obtainable is nothing near that number. However, as general satisfaction appears to have been given to growers l...

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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