ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings R... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 168,384 items from Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
168,384 results
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

? ^ffl.bi^lrOprrBspBnd'eiicar rie-fftHbwingliittem have^een addressed to 0|jl-|U(()Mlinnc-Vl!-'V':.'' '' .»:-?: ir.-fitji ij , .,« ; »;ii*n-ji --JJepnrtjnent ofPijblic Works, ./ ;.i ;l ,v!fi-iii-,e jflyiliiey,' Sepfemlwf^-flJSBi? l« ; Sir;— J atn'dSruuted Hqn»cI;nowledge;UiB! receipt of yoOT-tsttemf-tlie'l-fth-iust., with which y-&7ft8vai4ci£l-fttta;4MMfiDMr. G. Lindsay, of Wauchope, ?with regard to raising \Vffucliope!whaH,BUd tOiiiifarni yoq that a f uftl^r^dtpfiiunioatioii:«ill shortly l.e made tO'VoV. thisiieinti nierblv an' intimation that jrbOKtettcr hasi-86n Veceiv«d;-^lhave, .kc., .?-^-;A -nil . ..;. - . ,; j. BARLING. ... ?i-m.-u, Department of Public \Vorke, ?:' ??''?' ??' . !! Sydney; September 25, 3891. ''SftV-^F-*!*1 Wireeted ?- to »ck«iowled^e the receipt -rf: ydut^ letter - of. -tlin ilTtlr instant, lorwardinfe ledter'froni ^rlifr ita'tings River j ProgrKSs Go^ninittee^arllierasJ^B^MjicAi. bfOSVitlge ovbV Morton's Creetc^^^^lkn ^tiix th'at^afurtheVisoininiiHtc...

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

The tfortli Coast Railway. A nKPUTATloN, composed chiefly of members of Parliament, waited upon the Minister for Works dn Tuesday to urge upon the Govern ^^mrij^desirab'lqness of pushing forward ^^HHvorth Coast Railway schemo. Tlie ^^HTtion was introduced by Mr. If. M'Kin ^^Ro Mr. J. II. Young; who dispensed with ^K speeches tin the matter. He said he had ^^wluced a deputation on the subject to the ^^ for Works some time ago. They ^^^^Bc he was thoroughly in accordance ^^Hffie deputation. A complete sur{,^^^£ ^Rffoute had been made from W^ja^^B land to Toree. The cost of t|]R^j^^H| would be £I,37«,935; }l-y' J^^^^M IJHUi^^MhlU^viigbneJn^J^^^^^H ^n1t^^r^aiB^|H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H the route. of^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H initted to t-l».(^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H All ' preliminary ^'^i^^^B^^^^^^^^^^H he did rot think (heroic woulj^^^^^^^^f Jn less time than twelve wontiir^^H^m ?poke of the southern part of the irtTe«s one' lection of the- Great NortJ^Ooast Railway. ^Bkvftre frosts have (-l-fl...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Tim Salvation Army riots at Eastbourne, that occurred over tire right to march h\ processions through the streets, have bcpn ronewod. Many have be£r^k|«ed^if*hfl' ^ riots. *BBBBBBBbJ B^^. It is expected that the iBBBBBBBJ B^B^-will reduce the Russian rcvemBBBBB^ B^BV-dred million roubles. ^^^ B^V Said Pasha, the Turkish' Minister for HMMMMMMr j. UD 11:11 Xkun.li ^mmmmv uixmi t.u inav ajui u BBS/ Salisbury conseiflBBjMjpen the question of B^Bk t hi cvacu1$i|fiB^BJgg||Ctdea- that the B^B^^MwBnglish occupfuH^B^BBBkeeded by an BBBBBh^upal'on by aiiSr PowTPr ^^^^^^^^^Hie St. Petersburg journal Grashdatiln ^^B^^^Bfnio Citizen) opposes the idea of Russia ^^T^^^^ coercing China, a? it considers that a llusso B* Chinese Rllianco would be an eflective weapon against England in case of need in k the far East I JjVith reference to the cablegram that 2000 ^ Je^sl')*i(vfl^t6lnssra for the pnittd States B^k jimi AufettnUa; the lremier states that if tiny BB)^^ attempt is made to land any of them i...

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 — 3 October 1891

ARE GDARAT«BfTO -t*5jte?RH SATISFACTIONT OTHEK\\W%11 m KXCHANOKD. SKND FOR ILLUSTRATED 1'KICK LIST, Pout Free. 813 George-street, nearly opposite RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY. . Factorles-LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. BBBBBv tion balance, 2 years gtiarauto .^BflBB. BBBBBsS l©s.-My lincqnaflea Rngliah DS^H BBBBT^ Covered cap, nateut action, 3 jeWe gulKW H^B^B; 5E4.— Sly spcciaLJiuBliali Lever, componsatto^ BflB^L balance. P*t^Btitf^^Btt'£uarTt^'flB. B^B^B^BT cip, pateut, han^B^B^B^K**'8' guam^Bj B^B^B^B yeare* guarantee. ^-~~^~- - ™'^H BBBBBE6.— KnrHsIi Lever, snpajif4BBK'-lied^Bfl ????? finished, keylciw.£taW|^BBBBBBBl ^?^S^bJ^^^^H H^H^HH halancc/l^l^BBBBBBBBBB^^ ?BBBL^.^fl^KX-£r- 6 vem^BMi^^l^^^^ ^^^^BH^^^^^ktp CHRONOGRAPHS, £8 So. ^^^^^^^^HB^B^BJHLAN- £10 10s. Six BBBBBBBJjjij*TPBBjwratgiiiyi-eco*me:Mied;. ';?? BBBBBBF?~F^ .'(tA.VB? eti&cB'&iiTKdeV .ii-1 ^^^^BB& (, Silver Open Face, LI 10s ; 2, Double discs ?BBBft £2 : superior 1.2 15s ; keyless, full jewelled, L3, BBBB^^...

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

ATjoriginal Pigiit. ' Ose of ..tiiose now rare occurraiiees , tomH place oif'Tuesflay nrid Wednfesdny lastj «poji] the Water Reserve, Lower Southgate, the. cftuteiiding parties being tilt' Lower Rich- 1 mond River tribe, in alliance wiUi those of i Ulmarra and the Lower Clarence :. and their i opponeiits (fie Grafton tri(-e', aidedMiy* (lie Lawrence and Upper Clarence blocks. The blacks have been assembling for some time pnst for this particular event, nud altliougli those assembh-d did not number so largely as iu former times, die surroundings were not sitorn of the ceremonies with which events of this . kind hate been conducted by the aboriginal' Holders of this coontry'^or — one cannot risk saying how many ages. To add tb'tlie importance of tlie recent declaration of war And its resultant battle, the cere monies were nccoTnpaiiied by the more iiH portant owe of the '; Bora,11 or mysteries con nccted -«pitli tjte initiation of young, lads to man's estate;. For some weeks past prep...

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

One 'Iw Sir. Murray, ! ,. ' Mb.. David Cnnum ^chbaY, who recently visjted the cojouii« with * view to astonish ing the Australians, tut failed lUost ighomini otuly, has published a book of Iiis impressions, -which are anything lint complimentary to the colonists. Among othrr thiiign, lib '?ay* Jtbe Australians are the titbit rowdy and the most drunken in the world. 4- The Colonel,' in the 'Orange Leader,' takes down his Jew's harp and. thus apostrophises tbo distinguished slanderer : — Oh, David Christie Murray, you are in a beastly hurry to apostrophise our drunk enness aud (ice, And yoii think there's something clever in the |. cynical endeavour, but it doesn't seeiu particularly nice, ^BssV Mr. Murray, in thn flurry of your \B^k hurr^uiirry, you appeared to for^B^| cla^BVery quick, - j&^V Bat, bAWWlbe hatf-a-dozen nmong^^H jA^Bnced tocoieeii were all lepjA^B) ^BBove that all are sick I B^^r If tljMiieii you met were boozers, cma of blasphemy were users, -and were rowdieB,...

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. October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

[?] »bn*siT iilw hv-Ut*,1fV£l.tnH:-iiru0. ? ?ilsiiioHt i-) w-«iv -: niiw i^JSu.iPpWlCfifi'.ii to. die oyv£n£ J»j) ijie loss gf, his .Jn^je^.^ .JT? tP£9F»e.l'flJWniB?ir#,!SIJ-5ftWP-fr), EiJl!i .L.u £15,000 towards the fapiine relief fu»d.'( ', Russiti lVftt reitfeTuricijd lier^claitn ng*.imit ToVldoy 'fdr 'iompeVsitibrt ?tri- conneetibh with the exclusion of warships' frod) the1 'Dar-. dSaWlles.' ?''???.'=?.'?'?'? ;'' ' ?-l'--\ -??--? ????: '?? '??' '''Ajna'ri Imfe ioirfes'sed-^ being one'oE the ^£)Americflii£ who inurdtred '*24J Chinese His aVWuHli Wrilit.. America,.f6(ir1 years ?tn'a'teiycl'liO.OOO dollars' J^h'bf gold ^?te-Uutefariprets have. bcei^Hydeii ' tb WHkS tlie-'dietfussinthe faifl^Hncken 1 .Tlifi Xovb'Vreinya; llie' somiofficjtKllu's sian'paper, says'tl(at^nless BJhglahd^aesiresi war she must refrain froni Interfering with' RiiBsm's cliiioi.of supremacy 'in'Little Paititr. : Owing to1 the f«ilMro of die ; Russian ; crops 25 million persons along the course of the Volga Wi...

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

The Sentence on the Sa-nour. A remarkably interesting scriptural docu ment has recently been published. It pur ports to be a copy of the sentence passed hy Pontius Pilate against Jesus of Nazareth, and is said to have been 'extracted from tliu original found iu tlio archive of the city of Vienne, iu Dauphiny.' The literal tiaus lation, which is well worthy of preservation as .i biblical curio, is as follows : — We, Pon tiou* Pilate, Governor and Judge in Jeru salem, under the most potent Ciosar Tyherius, Emperor of tlie Monarchy ; whose most pros porous reign may the Most Highest preserve — in all and from all Greeting. To us, while sitting befoin the. Tribunal, on account of our zeal for justice, and the Synagogue of tho People of the Jews— was brought Jesus of Nazareth, who by bold assertion hath said that he is the son of God, albeit he is born of a very poor mother, and proclaims him self King of the Jews, and boasts that he can destroy the work of Solomon, and calls away the pe...

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

The Best Figs for Bacon. Some time *go a writer in one of the Eng lish journals RsVed these questions:— ''Are the show-yard winning pigs of the day those best suited for'conversiou'into bacon f Would' .1 cross with the common pigs he more likely to produce a better 'pig for making bacon F' Having -asked thesis questions ]?«. mw»K 011 tf\ *frflTp~?1*ar f.?i^''li'a-h*ii^iirisrc*rtf nil I'ouutiies 6ay that many of ffle^pnwSvinning. pigs are uiisu1te4 for^nlciuw^ftiN^st lr»con, having such heavy shoulders, jowls, i-c, and that the pointyi&vjpreseny^ookt'd upon with the most favour 'by solne'of the pig judges we tjipse whiehTSn^r ^oiue SifWds^of pigs wioutMie worft ^-r fiacin.'' ffkltisrig'S(j, the 'sWiSr'frisSioiisiaffrt-d 1iy'-4-rfo-der-s'iTof pedi gri'j! pigs the better. J.f a breed of pigs, lighter iu tlieltead aud jowl,' ni'id ajso in the shoulders, and nt the .same time moderately; lean, is a Witter kind of pig for bacon, our. breedpy; sjjo'ilil try to produce a pig of this...

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

Jay Gould's Youth. Mb. Jay Gould, the United States railway Croesus, in a recent interview said: — 'Are you not a country boy t' ' Yos,' was the reply ; ' and 1 know you arc.' Without making any reference to this, the great financier asked iu return : ' Did you ever churn t' The reportor said he had a recol lection of « peculiar up-and-down chum which ? iv gnu tw wjiBi nic nunu u wujr, UUU WJIICII was the cause of many blisters on his adoles cent hands. He smiled pleasantly, ond con tinued : 'The churn that I have iu my mind was a different one, and it had a great deal to do with my career. Hy father had a little dairy farm iu Delaware county, and the special products of that farm were butter and cheese. We had a rotary churn which was operated by a treadmill, on which we worked a large dog, and soinotimes a sheep. In course of time the dog and sheep came to understand what was in store for them when they saw the peoplo about the place setting the churn up. Thereupon they were in th...

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

fc ^SfEino Notes. ^BBJ ? bouse ii iatiUoJ|^Ature when heJH^| ^^^V^sVAwmVAVAwMstliafl BBjKpt in wJ^BnBBBB, ^ B^Khorse sh^Bje^1fe(p9BB^Bp the ^^ssssm. ^* ? r^Fi . ? ^^sssssssl ?nsjpnn ot wort ne nas io ao. ^^v Every horse demands regular exWcise in order to preserve health. The average age of the horse, when treated with great care is 25 years. Horses will thrive better if a lump of rock salt is kept constantly within their rcach.a Pour or five hours' sleep or quiet is suffi cient to keep a horse that U not worked very hard, in good health. Don't breed a horse so large and feed him so fat that he can't work in the middle of the day. Better keep a mule. The stomach of a horse being small, it is preferable to feed him ofteuer and nt regular intervals, than to give large meals, and at irregular periods. Blindness in both eyes of horsns will usually be noticed by the. moving of the ears in a constant and rapid motion, directing them in quick succession in every quarter. Glanders ii the mo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The May brick Case in a Remarkable Form. A FRESH TRIAL PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

The :34^rh|ijEik Owe in « &nukirtlf A FRESH TJHAL PKOBABLE. A Xaw case, decided on Monday; had an interest for ,i. large class of persons, i .The question was whether Mrs, Muybrick could benefit by an Insurance policy upon the life of her husliand. No Engluh insurance office otuuiu uniqtwcu uaringKiiuugii iu iiguu me ea«e. The insurance companies of London long hgo came to the unexpressed decision that it is better to pay almost any policy than to dUpute it. They recognise that an insurer wants to lie certain that the money will tte paid after he ia gone, and that any action which disturbs certainty is prejudicial to insurance. But tlie company iu which the late Mr. Maybrick insured was the American Mutual Beaerve Fund Insurance Association : and American societies, it seems, draw the Hue at persons convicted of murder who si«k to bmiolit by tljeir own crime. Even though it was not proved to the satisfaction of the Home Secre^BBH Mrs. Maybrick did actually^A^B^Bl band, tho c...

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

^^^^^?B^S|Hll^^Plio I B^B^BJHfflB^B^^ Though he may B^B^BJvife's efflfings, neglect his chil-J B^BVrriisgrace humanity, he is a mjdU Stancnkside, poor wife, nnd let the mastei^BV The gainbjuiuay vote. Though he kWI rich on tlie^Hjfid reputations of our^BU and ply his^BFwithout remorse. ^A^BJ Tim inri-ilr^SSSBnu into Tl.m.^SSSSSSSSSSSSB knowledge heBVm g^B^tEtr^B^B^B while he suri^B'life^B^BkknB^B^Bj vice. The land jobber andTiie^pTCuhitor nnW vote. They want roads and railroads, so that they may pile gold upon the altars of the god they worship. Th« libertine may vote. He must take care that his desires are not restricted, and that no prudish notions about purity shall fetter his inclinations. We may have for our parliament, an as sembly of idle talkers ; good men may strive in vain that error may be exposed, and wrong righted. No matter ; the electors must be men. Stand back, pure minded intelligent women. You inoy earn your living honour ably, you may bring up a family of sons, yo...

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 — 3 October 1891

Mr. Matthew Kennett, Attorney, Solicitor, & Proctor,   PORT MACQUARIE. OFFICE : Opposite Bank of New South Wales. Visits Wancliope Thursdays * p.i To Constables and Other «£SO0 Howard. THE STOCK OWNERS ASSOCL TION for Soutliern New England w give £200, in wdditkm to JB100 offered I the undorxignecl, for information, secret i otherwise, that will lead to the conviction - nny person or persons stealing cattle fro the Yarras Estate, Hastings Hiver, brand* A N near ribs, with No. on thigh. WILLIE NIVISON, Yarrowitcli Station, Walcha. November 13, 1888 JAMES BUTLEE AUCTIONEER XVU General Agent NEW ROOMS, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie, . REPRESEXTS TnE FOTMWIXO A«KSCIKS : Qnwiulo'nd Government, for tlie «ale of Crow Lauds. Particulars a» to portions avaibbh and Utbos to lie seen on application. United (asuranc* Company. Mutual Life Allocution of Australasia. ' Syduej Moraiug Herald' and ' Syciucy Mail.' All Transactions in connection witli TaVinsr V of L»n-- and Prepa...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Camden Haven Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19. Before Messrs. J. T. Hobbes, P. M, F. D. Ross, A. E. Ellis, and H. J. Perrett, J.'s.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 October 1891

Qundea Savui ? Police Cpurt. t ? SAftRDA?, Mrrhtf x x S ^HU^fiJ f uiBi 4,irf %. it, !4fct£ J.'sP. G. JfciBrpjvii. -FoisBRtllUiuger, y., EJrastup Tullen.— Tnifl^as^o^faHSi £orM.reaoli S Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined £1, £1 Is prqfofiaipjiaUrfos^, ., aud risjlOd coBts of court iia t 'I lu ?.;;-. :i .'11 :j| Same v. Chas. Mullen. — Complaint tor breach of the timber regulations.         Mr Kennett for plaintiff.   Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined £1, £1 Is professional costs, and 4s 10d costs of court. 1 Mr. J. Laurie, J.P., here took Iiis seat on Patrick Koough\\ ArTI'ur Wilder— Tltis wm Jin «£tioij for lircnoh of agreement. , Sjo&naaiit^eadi'd jfibt-'puijty,; ,??'' - \ ^ Mr. Kennett for plaintiff, and Mr. C. M. Boyce for defendant.     Patrick Keough, sworn, stated — I am a -coacli proprietor. Defendant hus^Ai^on iiu my employ about Sjqp'^it}!^ il?1|ired»^im at £6 per m...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Messrs. J. T. Hobbes, P.M., and Jas; Butler, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 October 1891

-'SMAT.lt DEBTS OOt^RT. Before Messrs. J. T. Holibrs, P.M., and Jas; ; Butler, J.P. J-r.' J. A:' Graven v. J. »\V. Mclntyre — Olaim £6 Us, for professional services. '?' Mr. Lntlmm appeared for Dr. Craven. . Vet-diet for £5 and 10s costs, a month allowed for paytuent. J. J. Baxter v. C. Breeza-Claim £i 11s 4d ior weal supplied . ?verdict for plaintiff, with costs. W. C. Melville v. R. Hicks— Claim, £8 5s. ..-.'. ? ? _? .. Verdict for plaintiff;' with casts. Wednesday, October 7. Before Messrs. S. T. rtoblna, P:M. and Jm. * WlTltcGratJi ^''Affierit Sargeant— Claim ?£1 S^fpr lioard. . , . ' ^ Mr.' Mel nfle appeared for'plaiutiff. Defen-. -.»?.. dant put in a plea of minority. , ? W. M qG rath stia ted that'lhe clitiiii was for . . dinners supplied. After lie furnished an ' account, Mr. Sargeant caiiip. with .tho defen dant to his hotel,' and in reply to the question of his father as to why h(! went to the hotel, . . he replied Uiat JieJid liotftet enpu^li to «-nr, and w-liat he did j{...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wattle Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 October 1891

. ^30r«*tl^61ti7atioii. ; Last 'week we had a paragraph on the advisa bility of trying the cultivation of the wattle and. shipping bark to Sydney. Since then we uptice that Hit. J. Ednie Brown,' the UkCtor-General of Forests, in liis annual r^H^poin^j^uitliat the planting of the vacaiit^lan^^^^HBbe fences' of the area resumed fon^^Hn-uction of tire railway liues of New Si^VWales might be odv'an tngeously considered by the Government*. In supporting this idea the. Director-Genend snysit will perhaps bo a matter of surprise when it is stated that there are no less than something like 60,000 acres enclosed or other- 1 wise' dedicated for railway purposes in the] colony, of wlnVah inhere «re probably ab|M 40,000 ncres apntajrjing all sorts of soib^^H situnjtion6 which 'ccTuld be in many -|^^^^| be dcypted to the cultivation of tra^^^J other products. The beodHM^h^m^H arise1 therefrom u-ould be sa^^^^Bd appelM ahceiof the country, spcciaTIJa^^^Ahf. tt^M alreajJy exist j.pomfort to passlf...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 October 1891

. KBLICilOVS- ANNOUNCEMENTS. CnpsCB, of Ekoiand.— Wauchope 16-30, Ennis 2-30, Port Macquarie 7*15, Kct. R. Wilson. Also on bctolier t8-RoHands Plains 10 30, Telegraph 'Vdinrs^Krt BhiqSiarie7-15, Rev. R. Wilson. Wesletan.— Kendall 11 ind 3, Port Mnc qtiari^t?,tRev. R. M. Laverty ; Port Macqnarle 1 1 , Blaokman's Point 3, Mr. 'A. Miiscio ; Knnisl 1; Mr. J. Whits. Also on October 18-Beechvrood. II, Knots 3, Port Macquarie 7, Rev. R. M. Laverty j Port Macqearie II, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Black man'a-Ppin.t 3, Mr. W. SarReaut. ; Pbisbytkrian.— Port Maqqaatie 11, Rawdon lalaad 7 -,15; p«v,R. Davidson, 7 Huntington 10-30, - XVauchdpe 2-30, Rev. John McPherson. Also on October;] ft^Uprwr C*mden Haveb 11; Kendall 3, I^anrietpn'7-16, Rev. R. DaWdaon. ' » ' ' ?? ??? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891 .

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wild Women of T[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 October 1891

^mm^^^imr m' ilhvrtyffJTet.) Gaxttte publishes the'* {M|SMUo»i story :- * ^lrilbivOrand Oane nctxhwoariMod, in m3iM&*h *m while ago, ft gentleman, Jn^TSpitf-ofTUe forest sadd«)y cams' upon a womn MWlId and almost as fleet at an untamedaSfT After ? brisk chase -of some distance, the gentleman, on hortebook, Wiled, afiahe-founaTTer to beVnoiianr ^tad, Widdle*g-d. wflMorwd woroan «itfa long, dark hair and. clear WsS.TJSh.Jfk* was in a sUU of .nudity say* a girdle of greasy tuoti about tier loins. Her ?tiodj' 'and -limbs-were rovered with wbesuttftil oomt-of |i%ir«1iout 4in. in -length. Bhe was^ very tnucli f rigliteued, and seemed unable to talk, imt must *We coinprbhftiaed signs,' at, in reply to motions a-f the gajttipnian, by which w tou^ut t4-«i-d|tca ltar--to sjicompaiiy him -ut pf tin woods, ahe coftl*»»-fif j»o|ntad to fcer own forest home. Finally the fentle faisn endeavoured to compel lier jjo the way he dwrcd by irtUng before i»r iuid making ^??lures with his gun; Imt...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]RCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [?] Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 October 1891

VpiicSui^ ???«?!!#*?. ?? V ^Q^^^P^Jl^MCs per ba.hell ^HP^|^^R,.hel. 1jjl ^^^Prhe«tJ^^^^^Bter Kivec^^H i^Hvle from dC^PPaVRHa^ton. ^^i^i^H ^SiW.—IntercolonUl chaff Quoted £3«W^Wrl ton, ' ;?'? '- 1 Ontoks.— Firm, £3 15s to ff.per ton. UtgOT»Tpjts.^4C|aod'B6nnd Sew, Zealand potatoes, STe 6d to SOa per ton ; indifferent kinds, from 20s ; Ciroillar H«ad, £2 10s to £3. . i - ?- Bprnk.4-lUawan*factory-ijuide saleable 9(3 per lb.Td«iry loto, 7*. Cusjesx*— Prices of ^colonial njakea feniain vteady ' Ktooii.— kMcmne'-cfared southern atill qnoted at 4ld tofiMnerlb. ; handcurefl, 6d to 6fti ; Warns ajllrt-ttle; A . , , . ....... ? LXn'b.-'Bladder lard worth 4}d to 5d per 1b. Koos.— Colonial lines in steady request at 8Jd ^PonLTBT.— Fo*li,-3«Hat6'ta per pair; ducks, 3s Sd to Sa ; geeae, 6s 6d to 7s fid ; turkeys, 6s to f'i'rl' tBrfai-EcrRioJrttranBArii.] ; Friday. Mr. W. C. jRobinaon qpotes— Maite, 2a 4d bai^n. Wi . eggs,V5'l ; poultry %caree ; good cedar saleable. . Messrs. T. Edsinton &amp...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x