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[?] CHAPTER I. GOLDEN DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 July 1882

?,, ^ ~:*3& CHAPTER L i GOLDKN DAVE. I | do you really think Black Knight lie rideliunl' . questioner is a dainty W*le gu-1, u a dark blue riding-habiti wearing a wed felt hat in which isj the bright! IE of a bird, and she grasps in one ;j t,_i „ iwot.+.v vMincr-whin. wile Ither she holds up her long skirt |l me ride him J Of course lie will. |k him how to behave lums?3f,'Yepned- ' « You just %ait a bit, and I'll give ullop across the jcoiuuiou; he under- 1 ?SCrVt you think he wouM behave Iffithout* tow riding kiii? asked Mw-iiHir-| iMi a contract^'! of the HHHms as if I was qute a baby ?Kflftny haj,to be galoped about ?HBHwunt him; ami }o\x know, H^Hv&ee years old y.sterday.' ^H^Hflit .«..' Vo n Uvi Eva. but fBFis a M fickle, y.-know; lie ?KlII he could to tliro* me off his 1^91 first had him, but lie *,on learnt I ??^Kn'tdo.' ^ HK I don't like the ideaof-Rva! ^?p-». ana\he son, qpigh * ^yotiBgl ^H be relied upon. ' I ^H'S, ma 'am,' replied Wall with a I ^HftiG chil...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Bench of Magistrate PORT MACQUARIE, TUESDAY, [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 July 1882

Bench of Magistrates Port Macquarie, Tuesday,   Justices present ': — Messrs. P and Butler.   POLICE V. BRAN??? The defendant was charged   assaulting Edward Maunsell.     Edward Maunsell stated,     set a dog on his horse causing

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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[?] Corner. LOVE AND THE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 July 1882

Poet's Corner LOVE AND THE BLOSSOMS. oaaonu ioi)««rtlfteouB and Jgay, i mock mgnfirrdwing heap ; fcowtiwRnoy love's aw»V, t wi&jritf «re lifld to phrt. t shelte&jjl us'tniiuy a dfciy ; hy ha,™-J*ii hteart to bfosaom tm yon know toy love's Away ? « sailed o'of the ocean /bright,* % buTo*H white with foam ; WttSKf&M HH^rritn*on the wrapper ' witii earer.w' HI L| to him. over the ocean, ?PKfinflLV {olds, to-day ; - ?HheiVis vacant Hw* free so white aud cay. ?EKy heart will be troubled ??K-eaib; on tbejtossuig sea ; HRgc beautiful*pring-time ' ^Kffost its charm for me. Mble tlie birds aretiiiging -~J ?BUie «'ig ud * vet, Bii around are jjling [KSs soft to mj Jet. 4 f« '».9-wer8 ce »t charm me, jJbhftirds'.eongL Jfe not fir me ; llMiilKreioic'e witSt the blossoms, jtBvlLUs him J»ci from sea.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

faHHatt KWte'th^f TOththel^eatiipfgpriiig |ff|Hl fragrance from flowery leas. , . |W|,4 wafted by, attuned in their song, IsSJSitlie waves washing over the bars, KpRbove our heads in the mystical night lajyPV twinkled the sentinel stars. ran tiy «»?''* — -*i« ioor oj Miu iuue» SIBLfy-boughts go W*. .^ t]ie tj^,o (jmSfjiOthcr stood there andlisttued with m^ SH|-he white waves' dreamy rhyme. J8lt§iii-liyi-8 Ion: to our beating iiearts \ BgBaL'ned to whisper eweet words of love, | Hfiifriver »t mirrored the youhg'MigamftrtrV BJia the store that twinided ^SjgasSg&ft . RBHBh PiJbBT^iijjicfi' .fliraJ^l) ; away from The j Ikhcs swiftly buH^juglitfulIy.' j ftvhy was his father in such a hurry for his ' iisenefij'fc wouSerod ; and also, what could , ijreally_want liim for? Hi vas a splendid edifice, built by its SR^'t-^Vnnr on tlie site of an old mansion £fa es f onC-lw'v'' J'1-1 tJ^nlouged to the Bfeir Edward r-rucc I1B1I s^^mT a forfcu. . ?Biding liis Gothic pile. -and he had tin-!...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Discovery of [?] Island in the Atlantic. A NUMBER OF STRANGE ARTICLE EXHUMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

' Discovery of air lelaad ia. tMl| ?' Atlantic. 75f1 A NUMBER OF STRANGE ARUGjiil s' . EXHUMED. -ill The New Orleans correspondent of the 'piflB cinuati Commercial'' writing under date lltM . - :- ? ? ? ? : ? ? ...- --S . .-.-.: ??*?--. - -wril , ? -, . ?|| several species, amoffl^Mj^PpBraMMI mullet, cod, and basST ^oW^pcePISpHB) this field of dead fish he obtSr\'ed a fainB| smoke on the horizon nearly ahead on th6; course of the vesseL .,- ***^B Early next morning 'tlie Cajitfti^. ^^M invaKenea by ine si?coua.omcer, ana mioijneMj tliat land had been sighted in the course om tii-'\ steamer. He was greatly .'surprised bM thii infonnation, knowing that there was lull laiid ' in this part of the Atlantic. UpoJI goin^ on deck, however, he found that th-» report Vas correct. The dim outlines of -aflll island, broken by mountain Speaks, werelj visible ftyen witJiout the use1 of the, glass.il Above it hung a cloud ol^molfe.- -31leJ»r*teM| HH |^^i^B|^mPi#fV^r' degrees 4 ^HBEfiFalirecffortii...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Physiognomy of the Nose. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

The Physiognomy of tlie IToso. [By J. Simms, M.D.] The hose, which appears as the central feature in every human face,' has two important functions. It is the channel by which the external air is carried to the lungs for the purification of the blood, so necessary for the support of animal life ; aud it is the organ of smell,. by which the system ia guarded against receiving injurious food or unwholesome ox halations. ' ' Happily, the mouth furnishes a supplement-^ aiy passage for the supply of air in case oS juay (stoppage in the nasal orifices ; but, wheu tfba&fele, ,jJl, treo.-3'»gi a*'1 *-M *''«*-» ? oighttobe done 'through the nose ai the proper cliannel ; aud, as the amount of life energy in every individual depends on the amount of air received into his system, so all those talents and dispositions that make up what we call energy of character are revealed in the size and form of the nose. The head and nose exhibit signs of thought, and those signs are more obvious au...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

.^^^^^^?rts. ^J^^^^^^^^KKigns of theadvanceinont ^^^^^^^HVits inhabitants are deter ^H^HHHVtheir educational ad vantages. ^^^^HflRsly attended mpet-ing, which m^H^Port Macquarin on'lnst Tuesday ^^^^^F* a tn'r *-lst; J'y which to gauge the ^^^Kiling of this town in this respect, j IMlM— MJMJM^iiiHrniT tlrt thei ttuae ill order to place such an uikUlWWW upai a solid basis. Whatever has be-jn the 'and want of SfatelWtn«l wnWfion in'our young nwn, we are ntoible to cay. We'toow that reading-rooms Have been Btarted, and*young men's literary Eooiet^s^^m^^U^g^ botli of an unsectarii^^^^^^^HHB^HH come to nought. ^^I^Hi^^HinB Recently Euvcinl XI^^^^&HkIH to reside in our n'HJ^^^^^^^Hn^H inon with ourso'v-^^^HH|HHHHHI with the absence of alHReTnacmnery _ iur m-: intellectual benefit of young men in this place. A gai-deu left untilled will soon bring forth weeds, and a mind left uncultivated not only brings forth unprofitable fvuit, but it also only pennits its possessor to half enjoy ...

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 — 15 July 1882

; eOKNEB OF HORTON jiiji) CLARENCE STKEBTS, You^can Purchase the following 'i I Seasonable aoJlfiB In short ojttcS tock is taual to any In the District, hnd onr Prices arc in keeping. HHH^HHMKfiuas Cards, Toys, Per HP^^HhK^^HHII Soaps, lie JSacs. TOBACCONISTS GOODS. :' ? ??'?' (ES we have the Largest Stock on the River, of all : -i - ! yiar Wood, Cherry Wood, Meerschaum, &c. / TOBACCO from 2s Cd per ftl *' ^^B^lifWAItE, CHINAWARE. j ' -'YTHING YOU WAJHLJS IN STOCK. iiO-jTS AND. SHOES, : j s''i; a; .-.. ys' Bluchers, Elastic Side Boots and Shoes, Ladies' i j;,- .ft ng, Kid/ and Russian Leather, Women's Leather and, I ?'-'-- ??? r : fft Makers. ;-,/^ . . : . .,.,,'_ ? ' -. '.^gggflj ! I 4pnRRCT' SfHK * ; ??'? : : ?WITH ALLJHOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS. g, Calicoes, Flannels, Ladies' Dress Stufis, Prints, Women's Hose. ? i i /Bruehware, Pictures, Baskets, Stationery, Saddlery, wl - ? ?4'- ???' -.- H ?-?... lions, alt Fish, and Fresh Butter always on hand. 1 . ??ftyftiittttt Wit it 88...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Evidences of Decay. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

? JSviiieiioes of Decay! ~jjM HBfl ^. thaL, lip minlit it-.;m l.., x ? MBBaagiHBfc HireBl tli^'8Kol»ti«-'i!, slid tfiat' tEc place was] shunned W-cause it .lay imaer tlio spell of I ? sonic dreadful tabu. H£ .'will, however, on iHficertainiiig tlio faiiWuf tlie case, fiml that no action /and inacttbil' of , sesSry ''paternal I people of 3*ew South 'Wales, l»dd -won. a Con I stitution. In fact, it is only -en tliis nielan I choly |-oint, iJiat all aduiinistvafcws liavo, for I iicju4y*.;nfty ycaj-s, Ix^en unanimous iif-on — I ftjw&j|tyi|p neglect or spurn tJ«f Old ii'ort, I .ng^BSJfe^txg tlio assurances tiiat ifre I : &WB&§R 5slr'y £ctt7crs, -liat il woilki. lie I ; ol^^ramxted ill the spirit of iteorigii al I n^ii«IB2w£M: ?' l^^t^B^^ra^i idea of tlio w]ioltt.«ad: story [?] IK tiiat liadll^' ? «B»d«fl. » fo* ^^t5 1 ^HWtl-o settlenifent vas formed. .'At:-Uie: '^^Hi1 Court- h-¥ iu 'Syaueyj.on -a»*fit«ti W^fff March, ia*he year before inenM00^ ' ^^^ivo men &am...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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[?] DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

II , -fcv^w. iu jmuojuiui ^-» ... i i-^mmmmmmmm^ Mr»TBirtri% im-l;3 children, MS? I*^T^gs; Itowmajj,, Messrs.. Foj, Booth, and&IaaterBooth. ' ?IKi'i -m ??wo umia (84 ?mw.uun ji^ns, ie!t M'mioy at noofi£ij?iVednc8dj-.y, tlio 19th, passed Seal Hocks ut Sn.m.-W) the I3th, and crossed tliobw.pt 4.30 p.nj.-'i BipfirieucoJ Snodomto westerly winds and tiWtttifcther throughout the paasago, -Passengers — Miss Pliunnior, -Messrs. Hicks, Field, and Ptttorson. ?My 14.— Summer Rose. „ :' . ' * Tlio jrtoamor Is expected to .cross out to. day. .

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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LATEST SYDNEY MARKETS. Received Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

LATEST SYDNEY MARKETS. ? ' [FBDM OUR COHRESPOXDEST.l Received Frilay, 5 p.m. UuB tolegropluc correspondent reportB is follows :— Prime lucerne,' £7 10b to £8 j maize, ,6aVo 6s 2d ; potatoes, £3 15s to £4 per too ; butter, 2s per Hi ; bacon, 6il to Td ; cheese, 8d to 9d nor lli , fowls, 3s to 4a rjUuU 4a to 4j (Id ; Reese, & to Ss! w 3. fCiSEoimg report* i-~U»im, -& ; fowls, 3s Jfr ~-Jto!tjlLX-4gf!», is M j piJt, -}d ; failles, ai to atiM «ailj(^a, tl'(7«rj)« -100 tart tcetliu- logo, lW toil toper 100i»et. ? -'_ '. V

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Religions Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

Relisf&uH Annoniwebtciits. Church of Encmnd.— Rolknds Plains 10-30t Telegraph Point 2-80, Port Maequarie 715, Rev. W H.Siundcra. U- ? ? tVt^vAN,r-Eni(l».]I, Rawdon Island 3. Port Macqunrio 7, Rev. J. lieale j. Port Macnuario II, Hlackmnn'a Point 3, Mr. F. Branch ; Camdan Haven II, Unnie G'30, Mr. J. Beeomb ; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. fi.iLce. . ; PRuaiJ^teu|-iTHuntiiig,loii 10-30, Wauchopc . ^ilSfflBliPv AIwoii tlib ,23rd Port Mac

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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CALENDER FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 July 1882

BBSBllflByififfltR lfOK THK WKKK. il ' *IUiiAn-;Aiii.it Kvbstk. |! ln jj |M II .«jr 15 S»t. Ciinllool Wunninff b., 1808 V 4* r.' 7* II .10 Sun. Oil. Suwiav aftor Trinity ' 7 4 ? S 8 II #*-M Mo»- Krai,. Corin. mir urn., 1B70 1 S h 8 II 18 Tom. 'i , '' 1J ! r, 0 ?I 19 WW. l'dmrdi died, 137 j f! i « II 10 Thut. l| 5 5 10 II 51 Hrl. Bolitrt Hums died, 17M 7 1 All II %%t %ott pnrjjturic fUti'S. II, SATURDAY, JULY 15,1882. J

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

\ ' * ^wlHW tJW^^» [?] mam* --mftmm&jm-wti- \ Wmm Qnx&Wimkr&b*n ore mwiyl WSprtily enclorM yourtpfiuwk* mitiferbnoe j Bpllie over Mortot^OBqSjt.^bsjKmerBlj Kamlocution whM^mueoei^^ HH ftJj^notice'o^}W(iyerhiuent. ;sJfe will Tx^H fc^. tliiug wjfon tlie .whole «f the inhabitants fcjSii- ? respected fft^tto- on $ii important ? ftij^tin),' ^eyy'lmdy ilse ti- doit. Some ?((eiliouM wflt^c? 4tii^eli, Jf«?/ -^« goo& M Mm wlipl(;.;,hv5li«P, J»oweVar» *vUl not hang fire Kry long, since Acre oro'UHmy who will only Im4o (te eik«d KVho will idt once comply. HMoad CLBABlsa. — Tlie road from Morton's Hjmsk down towards Ennis is now being ^UtMd, ThiflU'ill bo «n additional improve j»»i to this part of, the district. We lore, Heartless, satisfiwl with small lyercies, but tBSte. is a limit cveu to this ? (atislaction. H^^tXlO.par ruileonJy Jias beou granted H#!«leariiig tliis road a lialf-cliaiu wide, this IBfllf.ke it up to the oud o^ Gowrie -fence. H^jbelieve, .tliat...

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 July 1882

: ?. MR. GEO. LAEOOHE, (M.P.8. of Onmt Britain mid N, S. Hales,) , ' SURGEON £ AOCQVGHEUti, ' Lute Medical Officer to the Anvil Creek and Greta Collieries. - - Medical Bcforee for tlie Australian Mutual Vmvi- dent and Victoria Life Insurance .Societies. Visiting Surgeon H. M. Goal, Port Maajunrie. Deatsl Surgaiy. ' Victoria Life and General Insurance Company aM Sai'intjs luslitiite. Cxmsu £2,000,000 in 40,000 Shares of £50 eaoli. I Liability unlimited. I TJ10R life Amnan-ce^S?do1^i,e^tl,;Artiuiaci,i 59MH able in advance. ' 1 WILL be given for the apprehension and con viction of the Thieves that are Stealing .Timber from Lake Iuues, JioueMuSkle, (md Teu. JIilc_.Creek( ^Qj A (u&ier-sgmjii/EfSfor every otlier; conviction. £5 iicws'rd -will be given for tlie con viction of those Stealing Timber from Hyndman'c grouts, Walilirce, by the present owner. .'.':?.'?- .'. .! H. ZI0NS, - -??; -..-'» I-ake limes, and 209, Oxford St., Sydney. _r- :A' £A'BfGri&N. ( f £. . I^OR SALE,...

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 July 1882

',;ul- ? _~. ..„...*... _V. :&?,, :.„?.?. ?-. ?-..-,? -.- . '? ?; -i$mn*ft t-iikJk-iIwiiH mIj4-w1 T ,-i tH 1 J» j ?--* '^: '-Wt^-1-' ? ?? ?' «t~ .'? ? ' ? ' VSt«.H li^i dJi *f .j.-iifH -nM- -i ,uift-ii- -ji'f i.oi : jriftfiBO law rra.to£&JiH3 eA8biJBBDf-i!?a^ X'™* I ^ '?' J ? ' -? — ? I ijfvii j;Hj:-fi VllK-jjJ/vI.fl.'f-i Illi;^: I ..'j! .*! ?-??(?(?! i '?(( I ,;;^'.^ T(!.,...;y .......??- . ;?.. ??.:. W,:y ?* I .--v'-'- -« . ? ,„;..-.. ...,.:..-..,.„?. ..-..-,..- ??.',,.„-.-.»- I la short --iijr Stock ^s equal to any ip the District, and our Prices-ore in keeping. I :^- ????;???.:....? . , I*;)* .-V V/.'V J ? _ ,„,, ? _ ? __'_ | ? 1.1, JMH'.'^lll'_ , .»? I Faj^^)^^ Per- I - ^^^ ,. T^BACCOKISTS GOODS, \^^X^.\;^-.y- f : . , \ . . . ? I y y In the , way of PIPES -we .baa®; the -Largest Stock on» the River, of all |t^i; ? :. 'i ^' Cv r:MadB-^Briar; rWbofljlSljjerry Wood, Meerschaum, ice. ^^^^j^^m^SJNG YQUlVAmvM IN STO0K. : ^^MHbBIa Wft ; itfMssa Tups, Iroffi, hi pat var...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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TOT HE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

TO TUE EDITOR OK THK POUT »LACO.rARIE NEWS. Sin,— In the second issue of your new aud highly appreciated paper, I observe an able letter on the want of a bridge over Morton'^ Creek. The writer gives the local Superin tendent groat praise ; no doubt he deserves ity. but he has not_shoKn_any^(if. big fctientg^in tins neiglibournooa, as yei, wormy oi any. credit. When he does we will join in^ witl| you cheerfully, ijfeis well known that it wai through the reporthe sent in to tho Goverar merit tliat stopped; the bridge from being bnilfc.stating that 4ie%iraflio»v« /the ^^ wouW not juBiify^tbeyatpw^K^Ji^MB pB|^^P^^^K%ittndV :i^1w^i3O2):B:tlr8yS,;*oa-JrbBpgieS H spriiu*K»rt^i making.* fewdiJ1 S22. Thi§« n true statement of the i*affic of tliis , *M3 that can be proven upon oath. And if^^H Davies or any other man will say that 4HM traflic is not worthy of a bridge, I say MP|I not worthy of much praise. jjjl But we must not blame Mr. Davies £gA much, for I think that the traffic was feJSa r...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Original Correspondence. The Hastings River Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticultural Society. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

Original tfomspoiulruir. Tha Hastiaga HJTflr Pastoral, Agii cultural, tad Horticultural Socie^1, TO THE EDITOR OK TI1E TOHT MACOHAK1E NEW. Sir, — Tliat looks grand ! Is there sucli ., Society 1 There should lie. J renienili attending several meetings, held iif-PortM* quam, lmving for their object the [ fonnanft of bucIi an one Otliers will also recollap those meetings, . and tliat at some of ih& there was a great deal of the general coraiuS jseration element. 1 There was one meeting, however, at wWi f ion list! were' .ojienefj, and eerit to yarioi feiitres:. cferiat.aiiaBwi:- nnd ^le 'Seisretal WSmSmEM^'^^ J bclifc ve| HBi^^^HpIxy knowledge otiJiSiaSi BBM^^HWji^tter i'R]-oses ever fiin4 PWwsu^aipiBBII^B^ OjUestion^w^cJi ^jjgl surclyiii^gest itself to some.'— Tt 'is -'erta]^B iibt'tli'ewSiit' of tho plncf, as witnesa^H Uelling^r River. What advantages arepne^H there of wliich tlie Hastings may not I^H As far as my experiiMice gOBS, none. ^^| thi' pi-ople then must rest the bl...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

'Womsa. Woman — the crown of creation. — Harder. Caprice is in woman the antidote to beauty. —Byron. Men have sight, women insight. — Victor Hugo. The Gri'-cian ladies counted their ages from their marriage, not from their birth. — Homer. Men make laws, women make manners.. — De Sugur. Ijoii created uie coquecu; as soon as lie nau made the fool. — Victor Hugo. A woman who writes commits two sins. She increases tliu number of hooks, and de creases the number of women. — Alplionsi! Karr. There is, in the heart of woman, such a deep well of love that no iig« can freeze it out. — Bulwcr Lytton. They say women and music should never be dated.. — Goldsmith. Women am the priestesses of predostiiiL tion. — Bi.aconsneld. Women, like rosos, should wear only their own colors, and emit no borrowed perfumes. — Rabbi IBen Azai. Wiles and deceit are female qualities. — zEschylus. The sweetest thing in life is the unclouded welcome of a wife.. — N. P. Willis. The best of women are hypocrites. — Tha...

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