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Telegraph Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Telegraph, Point. (FROM OCR COnRESPOSDEXT.) Tub weather up to date has been fine winter weather— warm days, as a rule, with cold nights. The provisional school was opened here on the 9th inst., by Miss S. Edwards, who has already gained golden opinions from the pupils and their parents. The number of children un the roll is about twenty, with an average attendance of six teen or seventeen. A saw-mill of 20 horse power is to be erected on ^ +l,a nrnnnftMT Irnnwn nc Allan's of- tltd lionil M ™ Piper's Creek, a branch of the Maria River. I notice the contractors who are clearing tho road near Saltwater Creek, arc bunting the trees down. This I think is a very bad practice, and it should not be allowed, as the danger to travellers and live Btock is great. The timber is left lying about in a very dangerous manner. A petition will shortly be going round for signa tures, praying for a bridge over Saltwater Creek on the Enuis to Telegraph Point roadn, and which I hope to see largely signed,...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Emperor William's Address to the Landtag. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Tie Emperor William's Address to the Landtag. Berlin, June 27.— The Landtag mot to-day. In his speech opening the session King William said that bis Government, like that of the late King Frederick, would be exercised as a legacy from his grandfather. He would equally guard the rights of his people and the crown, aud protect all religious. Ho was gratified with the good relations existing between the State ami the Catholic Church, lie \(-flB cntiefinil With flirt Pl-liactnn finnnnnn mhJ 1. _......! that/urthcr relief of communes and persons of small means from taxation would be possible. The Kin; concluded his speech with a quotation from Freder ick the Great, ' The King is the first servaut of the State.' The addresses of the Upper and Lower Jlouses of tlit Landtag, iu reply to the speech from the Throne, after expressions of grief at the death of Emperor Frederick, consist for the most part of paraphrases from Emperor William's speech. Grati tude is expressed for promises made by ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Romance of the White Ant. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Romance of the White Ant.' One chapter especially in ProfesRor Drummond'e book is written iu a very romantic etraiu. It is headed ' The White Ant : a Theory,' and should prove a source of considerable interest to us here iu Australia, who unfortunately are too well acquainted with the characteristics of these destruc termites. Tile white ant does for Africa, the Pro fessor asserts, what Darwin alleged the worm did for England. It is described as a small insect, with a bloated, yellotnsli-wliite body, aud a somewhat large thorax, oblouK shaped, aud colored a disagree able oily brown. They live almost exclusively on wood. One may never see the inject, possibly, in the flesh, for it lives underground, but its ravages confront oiie at every turu. The white aut is blind ; it lias many enemies, and can, never procure food until it comes above ground. How does it solve the difficulty? It takes the ground out along with it. ' I have sceu the white ants work ing ou top of a high tree, and ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

CAUTION. IHICREBV CAUTION any person or persons against shooting or carrying away oranges on my property at Hursley, without my consent. Any person so offending will be prosecuted according ft ARCHIBA.LP FOWLER, Hastings River. IN THE SUPUEMK COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. IN BANKRUPTCY. NO. 440. lie JOHN'KDWABDS, of Wright's Crock, Port Uacquarie ; Contractor. NOTICE is hereby given tliot the Single Meeting of Creditors in the above matter will be licld at the Court House, l'ort Macquarie, before the District Registrar in Bankruptcy, on the 24tli day of August, 1888, at 1 1 a.m., or as soon after as the course of business will permit. To entitle a Creditor to vote tlicrcat his proof must be lodged with the Registrar in Bankruptcy, Chancery Snnare, Sydney^ not later than the 20th day of August, 1888. ARTHUR H15XRY, Registrar iu Bankruptcy. Mb. L. TjjLloyd, Official Assignee. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. IN BANKRUPTCY. NO 421. Re GEORGE BROWN, of Port Macijtiarie ; Fanner. NOT...

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Watching the Tongue. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

* watching th» Tongue.* '- ? .Keep a Wateh on- your word* my children, * For M*rds arc wagdurful tilings ; '' t ? ' * -tl'liey aitmweet likp the bees' f rerii honey, Like bees, thtyiiave terrible stings ; TTluiy -&u bless like tlic warm, gUu sunshine, '* AuJ luigliteu the lonely lite ; Tlieif 'Can cut tu tho Ktrife of miffer, ? ? T««. cut like a two-edced knife. -. f ' 9 Let them \ai» through your -lips unchallenged, ' If their en-am! be true an t kind— - ? » Jlf they come to support the weary, » To comfort and help the bliud. /If u bitter, revengeful spirit Prompt the words, let them be misairt ; They may dash through the brain like lightning. Or fall su the tieurt like lead. Keep them back if they're cold and cruel, Under bar, anil lock, and seal ; * The wouurtd they make, my children, Are always slow to^ioal. May Clnist guard your lips, and ever FronUlie time of your early youth, May the words that you ilaifor uttter Be the werdc of the lieautitul truth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

HOUTONSTREET, . POET 3yC^.OQTJ^E,IEI. JOHN HAYWARD Begs to tender his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and customers for. their liberal support for the last six years, and hopes to receive their continued patronage. J. H. has enlarged his premises and increased his stock, which is entirely to the advantage of his customers. *A.s will be seen by the list below, he lifts also thought it wise to quote a few of his Cash Prices, at the same time he does not bind himself to a cash trade. ? :o: ? GROCERIES : Sugar, best white, 70II- bag for 17s 6d Sugar, bright yellow, per 701b bug for 14s Sugar, ration, 701b bag for 12s Gd Tea, -per box 9s Gd, quarter-chest 13s, half-chest from £2 10a Cotteci, Is 4d per lb, or Gib for 7s Cd Jam, Cd p«r tin, or 5s 3d per dozen Tinned Fruits, 15s per dozen Bottled Fruits, 15s per dozen Sperm Candles, 5 medal 8d per lb, or 15s per box: Salmon, 10s per dozen Sardines, 5s Cd and 10s per dozen Currants, 7d per lb, or 12lbs for 6s Cd Raisins, 8d p«r lb, or...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Editor's Eleven Commandments. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

The Editor's Eleven Commandments. Hekkafteu read, mark, learn, ind inwardly digest the editor's eleven commaudincuts— 1. If you wish to send a communication to a paper do it at once. What is new at this moment is no longer so to-morrow. 2. Be emieisc in your statement, for thereby you save your own time . aud that of your reader. Explanations, not words ; facts, but no reflections on them, 3. lie simple, write distinctly, do not talk about to-nay or yesterday, uut give tnc name oi tno aay and Jute. 4. Begin frequently a uew line, which gladdens the compositor. Write short scutenccs for the benefit of the reader. Use many stops and commas, and do not forget to put them in. 5. Do not correct single letters or numbers, but cross the whole word out when a correction is wanted. U. First and foremost, write only on one siilo of the paper. A hundred lines on one side can be cut into ten pieces, and set up by several compositors in ten minutes. If written on both sides only one compositor c...

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For Ever True CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

For Evei-True| % CHAiTEU V. , „ ''?Objt'hercyou nru, Derry — back already — and what have you dene with Nancy, JJttiy.?' ' i There wob a decided touch »f peevishness ' in Dorothy Leicester's profcty voice. Derry was silent for a moment; he had fceeu.standing'stariiigiap at the Jmrnd sUir -caae in a nxect, almost vexea way, wneii ms ?cousin came out of the large dra\ving-r»8»i -and put -thu above question to him. He woke from 'his reverie with a start and looked down at Dolly. 11 Miss Mc-ssiter is iu her own room, I believe,' he auswored, in a curiously short manner. ' In her room ; then I expect she is tired out, and no wonder, starting to 4 walk ?ofl' to the village in this licat. I meaiV to scold her well. Arej'ou going in t» say 'how-dpTye-do' ' to the great 'millionaire, Worry, you know it vis your duty do pay court to all tiis wealth.' .-. Dorothy s face had lost its cloud, and yas as sunny and love'y as usual ; she had been a little vexed that Derrick chouid have left her to g...

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Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

Progress Committee Meeting.   The usual monthly meeting of the* Port Maoquarie and Hastings District Progress Committee was held in the Good Temples' hall, Ennis, on Saturday, July 28. Tfce following delegates were present — Messrs. J. Warlters (in the chair), D. Bain, G. Suters, R Craig, K. McKenrie, T. Sutew, G. Steels/* G Lindsay, H. L. Witeon, J. Rowsell, J, TIio minutes of the previous meeting fere read and confirmed. Official correspondence a*d a letter frotr Mr. Young were read, also the District Sur veyor's report on the 'road through the Gowrie estate. ? - Mr. Bain then moved, that, as Ihe jroport of the District Surveyor ou the road tlfro%h the Gowrie estate is to han|, tfce Secretary be instructed to ask the members to urge the j. matter ot opening tnis roaa wniiout uemjr , 1 and that this committee approves of the Si adoption of the route as recommended in the t- ' surveyor's report. The motion, was seconded «Mr. T. Suters, and carried, n referring to the pr...

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Extra Police Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

                    EXTRA POLICE PROTECTION     On Thursday evening last, a deputation, con- sisting of F, B. Hales, Esq., P.M., J.L. Ruthven, Esq. J.P., W. J. Macdonnell, Esq., J.P., and Mr. A. R. Pountney, secre- tary of the district Progress Committee took advantage of the presence of Inspector Mears in Port Macquarie, and waited upon him, in reference to the inadequate police protection of .the Hastings district. The inspector received tho deputation in a very corteous manner, and each of the gentlemen named pointed out that this extensive district was left to the care of two police- men; both of whom were very often called away from town at the one time, conse- quently the public often suffered loss and annoyance thereby. The nearest police station on the north was at Keinpsey, on the south at Camden Haven, and on the west a...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 4 August 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND— Port Macquarie 11   (H.C.) and 7, Rev: R. Wilson. Also on August 12 Beechwood 10:30, Ennis 2:30, Port Macquarie 7:15, Rev. R. Wilson; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. James McIntyre. WESLEYAN. —Ennis 11, Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7;15, Rev. S. H. Macdade; Port Mac-     quarie 11, Mr. J. Boltwood. Also on August 12 — Kendall 1 1 and 3, Laurieton 7, Rev. S. H. Mac- dade; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. G. Garrctt ; Black- man's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7:15, Mr. J. White ; Ennis 11, Mr. R. Woodlands. PRESBYTERIAN.— Rollands Plains 10:30, Tele- graph Point 3, Rawdon Island (Wesleyan Chapel) 7, Rev. R. Davidson. The Port Macquarie News. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888.

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Exciting Scene at an Eviction. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

Esciting Scene at an Eviction. Fierck resistance to eviction was offered on June 28, at Clough, near Ballingrane, county Limerick. The sub-shuriff, Mr. Hobson, with bailiffs and ten police in charge of District Inspec£br'Hanison, proceeded first tk the farm of a man named Lenihan, on tl\ property of the Rev. Mr. Waller, of Castle Waller. The small number of nolice accompanying the sheriff was owing to the fact that no opposition was apprehended, but in this they were disappointed. There are two houses on the holding, one of which was built by Lenihan himself, and this he stated he would defend at the risk of his life, the other he would give up peaceably. He barricaded the first domicile in a formid able manner, and it was the building the bailiffs first visited. They were in the act of breaking in the door with sledge-hammers, when Leuihan and two sons, very powerful men, emerged from the other house, wife they were awaiting the sheriff. They rushed on, white with rage, and utterin...

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An Irish Breach of Promise Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

An Irish Broach of Promise* Case. A DltKACH of promise trial at the Newry Quarter Sessions shows that Irish humour has survived' Boycotting, Plan of Campaign, and all that sort of thing. The plaintiff (says a London paper) described as a prepos sessing young woman, was courted for nine years by a farmer 55 years old. She said that nightly for nine years he had kissed her more than once, and that she had received eight offers of marriage in his love letters. So far his conduct was lover] ike; but in other respects it was provoking. He took her into one shop to buy a wedding-ring, but only purchased a watch-key ; and into another shop to buy her a shawl, but the. price did not suit him. She went to church to be married, and waited in vain for three hours for her lover. She complained to him that his doubtful courtship kept her from all dances, wakes, and sports. How cruel that the young lady should be kept from wakes by the peculiar conduct of her lover. The answer of the defendant wa...

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Protection versus Free Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

? jprattotion versus Pres Tralo. . To' show what Preetrad« has done for Eng land, Sir Edward Sullivan, who lias made the problem a. study for years, in a recent article in the London ' Post,' points out the following suggestive facts :— 41 Under Freetradu the masses must get poorer, because they get lees employment. A well known satirical work giv--s a compar ison or the material progress ot trance under Protection and England under Freetrade. If there is any truth in iiguros it ought to startle us from our Frettrode dream. The comparison is based on the returns of legacy duty : — ' In 1826 England was 10s. a head richer than France. ' lu 1850 England was 109s. a. head richer than France. 'in loo/ Jiugland was as. a head poorer than France. ' France has 57 per ceut. of her laud under tillage, and it is increasing every year. ' The United Kingdom has 30 per ceut. of tillage, and it is diminishing every year ; l-ut the population of England increases much more rapidly than the populat...

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The Fencing Clause. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

The Fencing1 Clause. As some misconception appears to have arisen respecting the provisions of the Act introduced by the late Minister for Lands and assented to by the Assembly respecting the abolition of the Fencing Clause in the 1884 Act, we give the leading features in cms snort inn. Any bolder of u conditional purchase or .lease, applied for prior to the commencement of this Act, may within six months of the ?commencement of this Act, apply $to the Chairman' of the Land Board for permission ;to substitute other improvements, wholly or in part, in lieu of fencing. These improve rtnents may include any fencing on the laud, must be not loss than 10s per acre in value, of a substantial character, and necessary for .the beneGcial occupation of the land. The declaration made at the end of the third year shall only relate to residence, that for .improvements being deferred till the end of the 5th ;ycar. Non-residental selections brought under this Act must be improved 30s per acre with...

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Visit of the Hon. J. H. Young. SYDNEY, Friday, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

Visit of the Son. J. H. Young. CBv Telhgeai'H, fuom a corbkspondknt.) Si'DSBY, Friday, 2-30 p.m. The Hos. J. H. Young, Speaker of the legislative Assembly, who returned from Melbourne yesterday, will leave Sydney on Monday next, per s.s. Wellington, on a visit to his constituents. lie has elected to commence the journey at the northern end of his electorate — the Hastings — and work south to the Wallaniba, returning to Oydney via JN e wcastlc. He will laud at Port Macquarie on Tues day, aud remain there for the night On Wednesday, at noon, Mr. Young will meet liis constituents at Telegraph Point ; and on the' same night at Hollands Plains; Thurs day night he will stay at the Ellenborough (Mrs. Henry's) ; Friday, at Beechwood ; Saturday, at Wauchope ; reaching Port 'Mac- quirrie on Sunday, and remaining there till Tuesday morning. He will — on Tuesday — proceed to Camden Haven mid hold a meet ing cither at Adkius' or Laurieton ; and on (Wednesday), he wilt meet his constituents at . ...

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Rinkomania. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

Uiakomania. London Punch, some years ago, drew atten tion to the fact tliat in contradiction to tho old -timed ' three Rs' there existed 'throe. Ks,' which play as important a part in the E'iglish civilization of tliese. latter days. The three Ks were — Inking, Drinking, and Hulking. witli tne former we no not propose to deal in this article, but a few words on the; latest fasliionalilo craze in Port Macquarw — and we might also include tile Macleay and Manning Rivers, wliero a number of rinlis are in full swing — may not he out of place at the present moment, when we hear of companies being floated, syndi cates formed, and the erection of buildings contemplated, for the purpose of developing to the full the passion for riukiiig. The local syndicate; formed some few w.-uks ago, in view of the probability of not again securing a lease of tho School of Arts, is considering tho advisability of erecting a spacious hall on the site now occupied by the old Shamrock Hotel, in J forton-stre...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. dondou. August 8. Sir George jCnropbell will aslc the Govern ment on Thursday' if Sir Henry Parkes admitted be was acting illegally in excluding the Chinese from Naw South WaleB, and was determined to exclude them despite the existing treaties. Whether Lord Carrington dissented to the Bill erantius an indemnity, and whether Che Bill is in accordance with tlie existing treaties. A heavy poll tax has been, imposed on Chinese lauding in the Phillipine Islands. The Australians defeated Kent by 80 runs. On Monday they play All England on the Kensington Oval. The English team consists of Grace, Shuter, W. W. Bead, Lohuiann, Brigns, Peel, Abel, Barnes, RugR, aii4 Ulyi'tt. Bishop Barry denies that he has been offered the See of Chester. August 9. In 'the match, Australians against » Gloucester, at Clifton, the former went in first, and have 5 wickets down for Si runs. Thirty French labourers were seriously wounded at Paris in a conflict with the police and gendarme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

1 FAMILT H '''?' I HORTON STREET, . I IFCmT MAOQUAEIE. i :o: ? JOHN HAYWARD Begs to tender his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and customers \ for their liberal support for the last six years, and hopes to receive their continued patronage. J. H. has enlarged his premises and increased his stock, which is entirely to the advantage of his customers. As will he i ^ seen by the list below, he has also thought it wise to quote a few of his ] : Cash Pbices, at the same time he does uot bind himself to a cash trade. _^ ? :o: ? ^&™\ GROCERIES: Sugar, best white, 701b bag for 17b Cd Sugar, bright yellow, per 701b bag for 14s Sugar, ration, 701b bag for 12s Gd Tea, per box 9s 6d, quarter-chest 13s, half-chest from £2 10d Coffee, Is 4d per )b, or 61b for 7s Gd Jam, Gd per tin, or 5s 3d per dozen Tinned Fruits, 15s per dozen Bottled Fruits, 15s per dozen Sperm Candles, 5 medal 8d per 1b, or 15s per box Salmon, 10s per dozen Sardines, 5s 6d and 10s per dozen Currants, 7d per lb, ...

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Small Debts Court. PORT MACQUAICE, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 11 August 1888

Small Debts Court. Pout .Wacoit.a]i'k. AnnrsT 7. Before F. B. Hales. K«i., J'.M., aud Jaa. Butler, Esh|., .!.!-. F. Marchnient v. Annie Fox.— Claim £8 14s 3d, for goodu supplied. Defendant acknowledge!] the debt, and promised to pa}' 10$ per month, which was accepted by tho plaintiff. Verdict for the amount claimed, with As costs. N. Davis v. J. L. Rutlivcn.— Claim £6 3s, cost of cricketers' luncheon. This was a debt said to be owing by the team of cricketers chosen in January last to play the intcr-district matches anaiust the Manning and Macleay tcauiB, aud Mr. Ktithvcn, as captain, and the gentleman wliom the plaintiff alleged ordered the luncheon, was sued for the amount. X. Davis stated — The defendant came to me in January last, iu company with M r. Stonelionse, and asked me to get up a luncheon for the cricketers, to be served on the ground. The price arranged for waa Is per head for twenty-six men, for four dnys— £5 4s. Defendant also arranged with me to give a umoke concert...

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