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Camden Haven Police Court. August 21. Before P. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. F. D. Ross, H.J. Perrett, and A. E. Ellis, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

Camdea Haven Police Court. August 21. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Meenre. F. D. Ross, H. J. Percett, and A. E. Ellis, J's.P. Samuel Newell was charged by Constable Mahoney with using obscene language. He pleaded guilty, aud was lined 10s, aud costs 6s Sd, or 24 hours iu the lockup. Fine paid. Samuel Newell was further charged by Constable Mahonoy with furiously riding, to the danger of persons passing. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 20s and costs 4s lOd, or 48 hours in the lockup. Fiuc paid.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Minors' Strike. RECONCILIATION IMPOSSIBLE. SYDNEY, Friday, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

The Minors' Strike. EEC0NCILIAT10N IMPOSSIBLE. (ByTkli:orapu.) Nvdnkv, Friday, 12-30 p.m. Tbe Newcastle mediators have failed in their mis sion, the miners refusing to make equal concessions with the masters, and the men will probably leave the pits 011 strike this evening. The coal pits at WoUougonc &re overwhelmed with orders. * The Newcastle strike will not affect the Illawarra miners. Several factoria have already stopped work for want of coals. *

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

; I.G.G.T.— The4 Pride of Hollands Plains lodge held a special meeting on the night of the 19th inst. ? The Chief Templar wan in the' chair. The 'Lodge Deputy read the Grand Lodge roport ; and other business of importance was transacted. It was proposed, seconded, and carried, that the officers during last quarter retain their offices during the ensuing quarter, which are as follows : — Bro. James C. Rowsell, C.T. ; bro. B. Reed, V.T.; Bro. W..J. Webber, Sec; Bro. J. Doyle, seur., F.Sec. ; Bro. U. Doyle, Tr^as. ; Bro. Win. Warlters, Gaplain; Bro. W. H. Bransdon, Marshal ; Bro. J. Giamack, Sent ; Bro. W. M. Reed, Guard. The above lodge is still advancing — two new members were initiated during the last quarter and several others are ? expected to join at the next meeting. F. O. LAGEBLOW.will visit Port Mscquario the first two days of the sitting of the Local' Land Hoard, viz., on Saturday the 8th and Monday the 10th prox. Persons desiring to see him on business can do so at the Star ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. H. J. Perrett and A. K. Ellie, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. H. J. Perrett and A. K. EIHb, J.'sP. F. D. Boss v. John Gray. Claim 13s 9d, account rendered. Paid into court with costs, 9s. F. D. Ross v. Charles Greenlaw. Claim £3 15s 3d, account rendered. Defendant did uot appear. Judgment for amount claimed, with 9s costs. (Mr. Pcrrett then left the Bench and Mr. Ross took his seat.) H. J. Perrett v. Samuel Newell. Claim £5 Os 3d, balance of cash lent. Amouut paid into court, with 7s Gd costs. H. J. Perrett v. Ben. Thurliug. Claim £4 18s Sd, account due. Amount paid into court, with Us costs. * H. J. Perrett v. Frank Perrott. Claim £9 3s.' Paid into court with 9s cost. H. J. Perrett v. J. Mclnnes. Claim 15s, biftance JU IHU, UULiCi AIHUUUli JJitLU. lUbU UUUIV Wllill OO H.J. Perrett v. Richard Thurling. Claim £3 18s 3d. Defendant didAot appear. Judgment for amount and 9s costs. Ij (Mr. Perrett again took his seat on the Bench and Mr. Kllis left.) A. E. Ellis v. McKay &. Bibb...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

THE BANQUET Upwards of thirty gentlemen assembled at the Star Hotel, after the termination of the above meeting, to entertain Mr. Young at an excellent banquet, previous to his depar- ture for the Camden Haven and Manning districts. The room in which the company met was tastefully decorated with bangalow fronds, and the table was lavishly decked with the good things customary on such occasions, not forgetting several fine bouquets. The Mayor presided, and on his right was seated the guest of the evening. After the company had satisfied their varied appetites, the chairman proposed the toast of "The Queen," followed by that of "His Excellency   the Governor," both of which were duly honored. The chairman then apologised for the unavoidable absence of Mr. W. Fryer, who had forwarded the hon, secretary a telegram wishing the committee every   success, and Mr. J. L. Ruthven, who was in Sydney.     Mr. Butler then proposed the toast of ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 25 August 1888

Local and Crsnsral JTewfl. Conversions to'Phoieotion,— A Sydney writer in the Clarence Examiner says :— Conversions to protection are becoming increasingly numerous. The lost two arc Messn-. Crouch and Fitzgerald,' 11. 'sP. The former is one of the members for the Richmond, and the latter is a' representative of the Upper Hunter. Botb addressed their constituents this week, and both declared that they have aban' doncd the freetrade Doliev. aud will henceforth eo straight for moderate protection. This is very sig. uilicaut. The cbauge that has taken place iu them lias also taken place iu many more supporters of the Ministry, and if they would retain their scats in Parliament they will have to imitate Messrs. Crouch and Fitzgerald, and make a, public confession of their faith. What the iucident referred to strongly indicateftis that the days of the Parltes Government arc numbered. I shall uot be surprised if they go to pieces\efore tho end of the year. Now is the time for the Oppositi...

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Your Little Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Tour Little Girt. We have betm requested hy a lady friend . in Fort Macquariu to publish the following :— You hold her fast. ; You kiss tier. 'Sly little girl,' you say ; and, indeed, she is' yours. . If anything belongs completely to a woman, it is her own little girl. A woman is proud of boys, 'lint they .'kick over tlie muui» vnry suuu. xiiey mcr lo pioy out or doors, and to have subjects of interest of which yflu know nothing. They ,are away a good deal. They love you, but how soon they are ashamed of being kissed ! Your girls are always at your side — in your arms, if you bold them out to her ; she likes to touch your dresff,' tie your ribbons, to brush your hair. She wants to go every where with you. As she grows tall she does not alter a bit. The boys want latch-keys, and shortly they buconie smitten with the charms (very doubtful charms to the mother) of young women. A sensible mother resents this secretly ; a foolish one, openly ; but all know the boy has a life besides the...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

* 'll&aidsai^oiacil,* '.'?/I..-;-' J ! —. ? .I-. ? ?.-,-. ? :Sj*- - The usual fortnightly meeting of this My mi heH in the Council Chambers, Port MacquarU, on Tues day, Aiignst '28th, when than werejpreeent— The Mayor, and Aldermen H&ywvd, BfibWd, Jeu uingswidOviI^'V^ ^!}l.'v ? :' .' ?' ' ' :' MINUTES. The miau^es of tliejpreyioua meeting were jpad, and oou'firmed on the inntion of Aldermau Haywurd, seconded by Alderman Hibbanl ? , COItRESl-O^UKNCE. - A letter was reafl from the Department of Landa (in reply to an application from the Council, dated 22nd Moi'ember, ,1887, to have a certain area of land between the BIacVhim's ' i'oiut and New England roads set apart ns a gravel reserve), stating that the Council would lie perimttel to use the place for the purpose of digging gravel, but that every man so dimine must hold a license, and that excavations of over three feet mast bo' fenced, ' and the face of the land afterwards restored to its present level, The Moyor sa...

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Inquests. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Inquests. Ox Monday last the district coroner, Mr. T. W. Palmer, J.P., and a jury of five — Messrs. J. Hay ward, foreman, C. Hay ward, R. Hicks, P. McGann, and T. Deiihain — held an inquiry into tlm death of an old man named William Langhain, who expired on Saturday, the 25th ult., at the North Shore, Port Macquarie. On Sunday morning the coroner, jury, doctor, and police, procured a boat and proceeded up Liineliurner's Creek in search of the hut iu which tho man died. After much difficulty, and a long pull of about IS miles, the ' gunya' was discovered ; and Dr. Goodc At once pro ceeded to hold a post mortem examination, whilst the jury- notably Messrs. O. Hay ward and P. McGann — set to work to dig a grave in which to bury the o'd man. After soino time both duties came to a termination, and the body of William Langhain — at the request of his widow, who lives in Kempsoy, and wished to save expense — was consigned to a lonely tomb by the kind hands of strangers, the coffin having b...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

.CT)NKY. Thursday. Mr. Curley, the miners' secretary, appeals to the workmen and public of Australia for moral and pecuniary aid. The Newcastle miners arc urging the men in the Illawnrra district to give notiooiof the demand of one shilling per ton on tlie rates now paid. William .Laughaiu, an insolvent, was sent to gaol for ten days for evading or refusing to answer questions put to him by Judge Deffi-11. A lurge portion of tho offices of the Cen tral Police Court fell yesterday, and several clerks narrowly escaped serious injury. In the action Campbell versus Dr. Wood, of Stanmore, for alleged unskilful treatment, which caused his wife's death, the jury returned a verdict that the defendant did not exercise sufficient care and caution while bis patient was under chloroform. Friday. Owing to the Newcastle strike the steam ship companies have raised freights 25 per cent *' ' ' The Miners' Delegate Board has declared that all tribute collieries must cease work. Negotiations point to ...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. Autrust 29. The French squadrons, assembled for naval manoeuvres, will disperse ou Monday in order to pacify Italy. Si* thousand tons of Iteefc sugar were destroyed by a tire at Hamburg, in Germany. The Cork band employed at the Irish Exhibition declined to play tlie National Anthem. The Canadian Parliament has been specially summoned to consider the difficulty over tlie fisheries treaty. The mail contract with the Oceanic Steam Co. has been extended for another year. .Severe gales have ruined the English harvests. General Boulauger is travelling incognito in Sweden. The Princess of Wales and Empress of Russia are travelling together in up,)er Austria. President Cleveland's policy of retaliation has been referred to a sub-committee of the American Senate. Mr. Dillon, M.P., who is now in gaol, is much depressed aud emaciated. Sir Henry Wylie, Norman Governor of Jamaica, is reported as likely to be the suc cessor of Sir William Robinson in South Austr...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

For £ver True CllAPTUlt VJI. . ] 'The afternoon jiroyrnssed well ; to Deny it -seemed «s though it would -never come to an end ; to Nauw, she had no knowledge of what was liuppeninj.', so dazed was die hy tlifi sweet rlrenni that had come to Jicr. ' The ?temiis^inatch was played, and, to the. immense nn A ittiltnn iifiusi /1alin]t t- rtf 4-1 tM Uftiimi PA 1 ill* 'iEllai tho diamond brooch wm hers. ' . Derry, to pnss tlie time, liad unwittingly strolled up to her to congratulate her, and * there found himself seized on by Mrs. Fair fax, who was a desperate flirt, and who .admired Jiis stcju, dark, handsome face ^tremendously. No slave working for 1iis liberty struggled ato free himself twith groater ardour or -eager- ] jipss than Derry did_— in vain, he could not ; ?escape. Be lieard the tower clock .chiiiii.'' ^seven, and in fancy iie smv his dainty love, wpiidiiicr Imr .wnv (to tie silent .and distant . -«nd of the lake. Ho resortosd to all sorts of strategy, but Mi's. Fairfax ams ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Local ftui General News. Jocket Clob Mf.rtihg. — A meeting ? the couunittee of the Hastings River Jockfl Club was hbld at the Star Hotel on Siturdfl last. Mr. James Mclnherny, vice-preside™ occupied the chair. Tlie minutes of fl previous meeting uuving ueen reaii ana cob firmed, 'the secretary subii'itted a program!! of races for next meeting, which was fixed J* Tuesday and Wednesday, the 1st aud ifl January. Several Blight alterations -v^| innde, after which the list was adopted, iB will be advertised in the course of a fS weeks. The club officials are anxious H work in harmony with the regatta ul ?mitte, and suggest that the latter take p^M on the 3rd January, the day after the rafl| in order to mciet tlie convenience of the -?? side public We have no doubt this sug^H tion will be acted upon, as it will be a niu^H benefit, and teud to bring together a lajH liunibef of spectators of both evei.ts. ^H D. McLennan's name was added to the c^M mittee- after which Messrs. H. C. Wiude^M F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

To Tlie General Public. \ *1E¥ GOODS. NEW GOODS. % — - — ?? ? — — — — ? . . In tendering his thanks to the public of Port Macquarie and the Hastings District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of Goods now on sale at the 'West Fort Macquarie Store. . ? . 2To Low Prices are quoted -with the view of misleading* the public — everything advertised is of reliable and sterling- quality. He is now opening a large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of the following : — Drapery. Fancy Prints, at 3d per yard Prints, at 4d, 5d, Gd, 7d, 8d, and lOd per yard Striped Zephyrs, at 4d, 6d, 9d, and Is per yard Fancy Drillettes, 7d, 8d, and 9d per yard ? Fancy Bengal Stripes, 6d, 7d, and Sd per yard Fancy Plates, 8d, 9d, aud lOd per yard Plain Sateen, 7d, Sd, and Is per yard Printed Delaines, Sd, 9d, 10d, and Is per yard Zephyr Embroideries, 6d and 8d per yard Dress Embroideries, 2s 9d per yard Printed Lining,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Ta the Mabitants^lqrt-Macc[um8 SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. W. A. FORSTKH & €O. TT}i;-» to kktcks TiiAxits to tlfe iulinljitaiiU-of . \~9 1'oit Mm:i]U.irih nutl tlio Surrounding -District ,*?!? tlioir liberal tuppuitjilui iiitr the short time thny i.ivv I icon in business, ami solicit n continuance of i.mstiniu;; mid ltug to iuffmu their fiieude ami : ?ipportcrs tbatuny aoons on htock entrusted to . !idr care will receive their I'KitsnSAL attention. \V. A. K. &Go. purpose lioldiug ? ' MONTHLY SAfcES I -f all dciKCt-iptious of LIVE STOCK at their ynnls, 1'oht Macqhakik Wisst, on tlic tu»t Thursday in u.i-!i inniitii, uoinuieiiciug on Tlunwluy, the itttli .]../ uf April, at 1 1 -30 a.m. liy this iiibuiib owners ??? stock who intend sending their iiobhks, cattlk, j ijs, Ac, for wdi'. will liuvc an ~ opuortuiiity of i .ving the same properly advertised (liy giving us timely noticrtrso that buyers may be in attendance t'i tuluilnys. Goud and Krone paddocks for Slock. At the Pro...

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Agricultural Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Agricultural Meeting. A-iJOMMlTTEE njeetjngjof the Port Macquarie and Hastings District Agricultural and Horti cultural Society was' held in Mr. Butler's rooms on Saturday last. There were twenty four members present, with the vice-] resident, Mr. E. T. Mulligan,, in the chair. Th* minutes ot the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, correspondence was read, amongst which was -a letter from the secretary of the Board of Technical Educa tion — in reply to a request from the secretary of the society for the services of a lecturer ? to the effect that Mr. Angus Mackay would be unable to lecture at Port Macquarie until the commencement of the' next lecturing session in January next, as it would requiro at least a fortnight to do tlio work properly. The secretary was instructed to acknowledge the communication, aud ask that the Hastings District be noted for a course of lectures on agriculture at the timo stated. The resignation of Mr. Joseph White, as u member of the committe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

PEDSPEGTTJS OK TIIK Pastoral Finance, Trust and Agency Company of Australasia (Ltd.) * ' Registered under the Companion' Act.' : . /- g CAPn'AL-£a,O00,000.' In 2,000,000 SHAEES OF £IKACH, WITH POWJt&TO INCREASE. , FIRST ISSUK OF J ,000,000 SHARES Arc offered for Subscription, in respect of which it is only proposed to call up Ks per Share, payable as follou-s, viz :— Is ou Application, Is ou Allotment ; aud the Balance up to 10s per share, in Calls of Is per share, to he made at intervals of uot less thau three mouths. The Balauce of 10d per Share will remain as a Reserve of Uncalled Capital. PKOVISIONAlTlTl HECTORS: NEW SOUTH WALES C0UBT. Hon. ROBERT 1M-. WHU'Ifc*! .L.C., Sydney. ; 4 ???? Hon. J. F.- BURNS, -Jblouial&-oasurer, New South Wales. £ ... ' JOHN B.Cr&LSTIAV, Uuuafigabbu, N.S.W. ; WilUuigie, Queensland ; Wallmllow Downs, S.A. ; aud KyiiesDUry, Wooludira. Sydney. JOHN ARMSTRONG, Guiibar Station, Whealbah via Hay. W. ALISON, Cainiuubar Htation, Canuo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Selling Off. Selling Off. For one month only. THE Undersigned, during the month of September, will be SELLING OFF AT LOWER PRICES than have ever been known in Port Macquarie. ? Having recently returned from Sydney with an ENTIRELY. NEW STOCK, I would solicit a call from everyone, when they will soe for themselves that this is no puff. Ten per cent, will also be allowed for all cash purchiisos over £1. :f. coheit, HOnTOSf-STRElST, Pgrt Macauarie, Spring Cart, Horse, and Harness. HAS lieeu instructed by Mr. V. Cohen to eell l»y public auction, on WKONKSDAY, 5th SEP TEMBER, 4t the CTAR HOTEL, at 11 o'clock. FIR.ST-O.A8S, PAITHFOLLV-BOILT, Sl'&INO CART, nearly new, New Harness, and thoroughly broken-iu ami staunch JUian Mare, rising 6 years, aud a good stepper. « The turn-out is really first-class, and suitable for storekeepers' road work. The cart can liu seen at the Star Hotel,«and the Hare At Forstcr's Paddock, Clifton. One Hooded Buggy, Horse, and Harness. , J. BUTM5R, » Auc...

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The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

The municipal Election. Fou the second time this year there has been an aldermanic election for the Municipal District of Port Macquarie. The first occasion was the usual annual election, when Alderman Jennings and Alder man Gaul wore returned triumphant after a contest iu which a good deal of interest and some excitement had been manifested. The second election, which took place on Wednesday last, was to select the most suitable candidate out of three gentle men nominated, to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. W. A. Spence. While mentioning the name of this gentleman it may not be out of place for us to speak conscientiously of his conduct during his term of office in the Council. At the first election he was returned second on the poll, being beaten by the Mayor, and from that time to the close of his aldermanic career, Mr. Spence strove hard to uphold the position in which he had been placed ; he worked with both head and hands to do this, and also devoted a great d...

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Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Progress Committee Meeting. Iuk tuoutlily meeting of tlie Port Macquarie ami Huntings District Progress Committee was held in Mr. JButler's rooms, l'ort Mn.uqun.rie, on Saturday, 25th August. There were present — Mean's. -J. Hiblianl {president), J. Warltcra. L». McKcnzie, 8. Latliau., James Campbell, J. Olyde, H. L. WiliOi, 1). Bain. \V. Braiisdou, \V. Warners, A. ivenueuy, R. Parker, F. Daves, it. Lindsay, G. IJransdon, G. Rutcrs, T. Suters, 0. Garrett, J. T. Stewart, James llutler, L. Lindsay, G. Steelu, aud A. IS. Pouutuey {secretary). MJSUT.KS. The minutes of tlie previous meeting were read ; .and, on tiie motion of Mr. ti. Lindsay, seconded by Mr. J. Glyde, thy were confirmed. COKttESPOSDKSCE. Official letters and telegrams, as published in the last i63iie of the locul papei, were theD read. Several delegate? referred to the reply from the chief inspector of stock, re establishment ol a sepai-ate stuck board for the police district of Port Macquarie ; but it was decided to all...

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