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

Telegraph Point. (PIMM Onil inRRESl'nNllHN'T.I Mr. 11. McMorriue received a nasty cut on the foot a few days sinco whilst cutting off a log with an axe. I iiope soon to hear the aouud of hie axe in the bush again. Miss Kllen Hack has been seriously ill during the last week, but is now slowly recovering, uudcr til* careful treatment of l)r. Casement. A movement is ou foot to start a Sunday School here, to lie known as the Onion Sunday School. The initiators of this movement deserve the support of all the residents. I hope soon to bo able to report the successful opening of the above sohool. The weather still continues dry, with little or no siguB of rain, which is much required to soften the ground for farming operations, and to give the grasi a spring. August 27. School of Arts. — Tlie concert and dance in connection with the above, adver tised to take place on Wednesday night last, was postponed on account of the inclemency of the weather. Tim Close Sea6ON. — Sportsmen are reminded...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

SliHWINK IKTELL1UKME. 14 -? IJPRT MA(#GARlk. '?.--?-'?? ftUKTVALS. . ' * August in.—ji.t. A vim, li'i tuna, Captain Nicliol isoii, 1 ram tlio Bellinger. AngmtlS. — (Suicliuj: fitar, from Sydney, Aitgnrt 28.— 8.8. Wellington, 1 50 tons, Captain B. Ta])Hn, from Sydney. ? l'aKBCUgers— Miss Fryer j Messrs. J. FVyer, \V. Fryer, ami Mayo. CinyQ— 30 tons for Port Macquarie, and 10 tons for the Bel lhipor River* ? ? - ? .August 3D. — May .Jcumngn, tram bydney. August 30. — Julia, from Sydney. August HO. — Kinily Ann, (ram Sydney. AngnatMO. — Susie, Iroin Sydney. August :IO. — p-s. Avmi, I2o tons, Captain J. 'XiclrolBon, from itiie Ueuinger. iiHrittTuneR. AnguitSfi. — a.B. Wdtragtoii, ISO tons, Captain K. Taplin, for Sydney, Paiwiimn— Mrs. Smyth ; 'Miss Nichols; Messrs. -T. W. Hayes, H. R. Green, ?C. Freeman, Bennett, Clinton, Chapman, Wnrroll, and Barlow. Cargo— 404 bcgs'iuaize, 12 bidet, 08 pig», 2'cuopc poultry. H cases 'Ogirs, I easa uid 8 taskets fish, 1 bullock, 5 cases wkUky, 32 piece...

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

STAR HOTEL, HORTON-STREET. Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNOUCH, PROPRIETOR THE above Hostelry is replete with every modern convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE aniTsHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. 13^ COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM ^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c, A.EB Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. (TAmitcd.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered uadcr the Companies Act, 37 Vic, No. in. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, ASD AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. JOHN TATE | Maxmiot Dibeoknb. Consigiuiipnts of GRAIN, FARM PRO DUCE, and L1VB STOCK received, and TOP VALUER GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. Auction Sales conducted twice eacli week at their rooms, Sussex-street ; every Hay (ex cept Saturday, at Darling Harhour ; Tuesdays end Fridays nt Coipnrntion Yards ; Wednes days and Thursdays at Hoinebush ; and' by special ar...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Port IHacnunrlr markets. Messrs. \V. A. Forstert Co. quote— Maize, 2s 3d to 3s ; oats, seed 3s to 3s fid, feed 2s to 2s 3d ; barley, 4s to 4s 3d ; wheat, 3s Bd to (is (id : potatoes, 3s 9d to 5s, early rose 8s Cd to 9s fid ; onions. Us to 10s ; tallow, 1 7s 6d to 10s Gd ; oatcu hay, 4s Oil to fis Od, lucerne 5s Sd to 7s ; fowls, 2s fld'to 3s 6d ; ducks 4s to 6s 9J ; geese, Ss to 6s 6d ; turkeys, cocks 7s to 108 04, liens 5s to 6d 6d : hides, 2d to 3d ; cheese, 4d to Sd ; bacon, 6d to 7d ; pigs, 2)1 to 3}d ; eggs, 6d to 8d ; sheepskins, 2Jd to AJd ; beeswax, 3}d to Is Id ; wattle bark. 45s to 60s, ? chopped 80s to I20s ; bran. Is Id to le Gd ; pollard, Is 2dto Is 7d ; duff, 4s 6d to 6s 6d ; hair, (id to ]«2d; horns, 6s .to 30s ; fat sheep, 9s to 12s 0d, . store 5s 9d to 7s.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

?COSUIEBCUL INTELLIGENCE. .Sydney Hnrkets. '[Bv ELKCTB1C Tr.LEUHAl'H.] Fridav. Mr. t. L. Barker -quotes— Hides— although the 'supply was small, last weok'a quotations were hard to realise, excepting in the case of light weights, which were a little firmer. Although obtaining 3Jd -for two lots of superior heavies it would be rather misleading to nuikc this figure a quotation for -heavies, the bulk of which Bold from 2Jd to 3£d, medium weights 2jtl to 2jd, lights 3d to 3jd, dam aged Id to 2d, dry 3-t to 3Jti Marsupial skins market still vtry firm, ana no abatement iu the ? demand, excepting, perhaps, for the smallest skius, which are not cared for. Quotations— kangaroo, «xtra large to 1 40s, large 00s to 80s, medium .Vis to 66s, small 10s to 30«, very small lstn/s, wallaby largest to 17s, medium fls to 12s, small Is to Cs, Coat 6s to 12s, bear 3s 6d to 7s fid, platypus ISs to ~36s, cats and water rate Is to 3s ; kangaroo rat 6d, opossum, superior mountain skins, of which there are ver...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. PORT MACQUARIE, AUGUST 28. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and James Butler, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Police Court. Port Macquarie, August 28. Before F.H Hales, Esq., P.M., and Jamas Butler,   Esq. J.P. J. J. Brownlow was charged with making use of obscene language in Horton-street, Port Macquarie, on the 16th inst., to which he pleaded guilty, and was fined 40s and 4s 10d costs, or 7 days in gaol. The fine was paid. . Albert Lewis aud Alexander 'Seaysbrook were charLfcd with behavini? in a. riotous mauler at Wauchjpc on the 12th iust. They pleaded guilty, and wciv cadi fined 40s aud fls Sd costs, or7 days iu KCiol. Fines paid. K. Burke was charged with making use of obscene language iu Morton-street, Port Mucquaric, on the IStli inst. The accused admitted bis guilt, ami win fined 20s and 4s IOd costs, or 7 days in gaol. Fiuo paid.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Kendall. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

Kendall. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] I NOW take up my pen to write a few lines for fear you should think Camden Haven is blotted out of existence. The weather is one of the greatest topics at present, almost everyone one you meet is cry- ing out for rain ; water for domestic purposes is very scarce. All that have water are using it very sparingly, and in the bush almost every hole is dry. Grass is very scarce, and the paddocks are as brown and bare as if it were the middle of summer. Some of the teams are knocked off leg-haul- ing, and if rain does not soon come many more will be compelled to do the same. Messrs. Shipman and Hunter's mill is knocked off work for want of logs, and is, I think, likely to be idle a good while.   I am glad to notice that Mr. James McKay has started an accommodation house at his selection opposite Keough's Stables. This house will be a great boon to travellers, especially to those who do not care for staying at a public house ; and I am quite ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 September 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wesleyan. — Ennis 11, Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7:15. Rev. D. Gilsenan; Port Mac-   quarie 11, Mr. J. Boltwood. Also on September 9 — Kendall 11 and 3, Laurieton 7, Rev. S. H. Mac- dade; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. R. Woodlands;   Blackman's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7:15, Mr. J. White; Ennis 11, Mr. J. Secombe.   CHURCH OF ENGLAND — Port Macquarie 11 and 7.15, Rev. T. J. Hyder. Also on September 9 — Beechwood 10.30, Ennis 2.30, Port Macquarie 7.15, Rev. R. Wilson.   PRESBYTERIAN.— Rollands Plains 10.30, Tele- graph Point 3, Port Macquarie 7.15, Rev. H. Tydeman. Also on September 9 — Huntingdon 10.30, Wauchope 2.30, Port Macquarie 7.15, Rev. H. Tydeman.     The Port Macquarie News SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

To tlie Inhabitants of Port Macparie § SURROUNDING '-DISTRICTS. W, \. FOR3TKR& CO. EBf: to»BTntN thankh to tlio inhnuitaiitM of Poit Muo-]uarii-au-l the Sitirouinliiig District fui' tSieir libcml xupport ilui itur the abort time thny huve Iwen in business, ami solicit a cotitiniiaiioe of tliusamu; and liei! tn iufunii their friclnU mill supporters that any liuoiis on ktiii'k vntrnstod to their card will receive their i-kkkonal attkntio.v. W. A. P. t Co. purpose holding MOM'IILY HALES Of nil descriptions nf MVK STORK at tlwir yawli, Tout Maojdakik Whkt, oh the lust Iliumiuy iu each month, cimiincuciug on Thursday, the 'Jfltb. day of April, at 1 1 '30 a.m. lty tills iiicuiib owners of stock who intend Kuiliug tlicir mouses, cattu-:. nun, lie., for siilc will have un opportunity of liming the noun' propeHy advertised (by giving us timely nntice) bi- that buyers utny bo in atteudauw on caiirdaye. Good laid «pcm« paddocks for Stock. At the Vroilnee Auction Mart, adjoining Rue ' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Bennett and Others v. 'Bulletin.' ? lFromtix'BuUdtn,n August S5.\ RKFEaUING to the action brought by tlie pro prietor* of the Soming Xtwf against Thr. Bulbil*, iu reapeot of «u aitiele entitled 'Tlie Secret Source of Crime,' which appeared in this journal ou April 29 last, the proprietor)! of The Bulletin desire to express (heir regret for tho publi catiou of the article complained of. Plumbers, Tinsmiths, .1*0 GALVANISED IRON WORKS. W. T.^WELCH, nOBTON-STEJiKT, FORT JXKA.atVCrJAJEt.IH, IN returning thanks for past favors, is now prepared to make G, Iron Tanks, Gutteriui; and Down-pipe of the best material and workman ship, at prices to defy competition. 600 gallons, 24 gauge ? £4 10 0 800 gallons, 21 gauge ? 5 5 0 1000 gallons, 24 gauge _ ... 6 0 O With Tap, Strainer, and Overflow complete. 3iu., 4in., 4Jin., 5in., and 6in. O.G. Gutter 2Jd., 3&d., 4d., 4&d., 5d, and 5Jd per foot. 2iiu, 2iin.. 3iu., 3 Jin., aud 4iu. dawn pipe, 3d., SJd., id., 4Jd, and 5d. per foot. A...

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Poetry ia the Council. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Poetry in the Council. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TORT HAOllUAmK NEW8. Sir,— At tlie Inst meeting of the Municipal Council ouc of our most respected aldermen quotetl tlie following choice bit of poetry re the appoint ment of trustees for the Port Macquarie park : Men will come, men will go Hut tho Council stands far over. Very neat indeed. Will you kindly inform mo, mil uuiiaii, iium wuub nvuiu; cum cir^auu auiiwuin has been taken ? Surely Tennyson must look to his laurels, and tremble iu his shoes, for another Klisha has taken up his parable. This benighted town is going ahead very fast, end we, the ignorant and uncivilised beings, ought to be grateful indeed to have in our midst an aldennauiu poet. We testiinonialise daily, why does not the grateful public take up the hat in this instance ? Pocte come and poets go, but I am norry to say this fear less, brave, and heroic poet will not stand for ever. The last man who attempted poetry in this style sleeps now the sleep of the just with hi...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

RELIfilOES ANKODXCEKEKT8. j Chdrch-of RsoEANn.— Beechweod 10S0,Ennis 2-80, 1'ort Mara1uaric7-l.ri, Ret. R. Wilaen. * Also on September 16 -Rollands I'laias 10 30, 'Telegraph 1'oint £-30, rort MacquarielMS, Kev. K.. Wilson. V,'e.«let*n.— Kenaill 11 tud3, Laurieton7, Eev. ?S. H. Macdadc; Port Macquarie U, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Blackman's Poict 3, l'ort Macquarie 7-15, Mr. S. White; Gnnis 11, Mr. J. Secombc. Also on September 1G— Enuis 14, Bawdon Island 3, Rort Macquarie 7'15, Rtv. B. Bottomley; Port Wacquarie II, Mr. G. Carrett; Bluciiuau'e 1'oint 3, Mr. J? Bdltwtod. PttErfBYTEKiAN. — DnntiEgdot JO^tO, Waucliope ?2.1Q, iBcrt Maceuarie 7 IS, Eev. H. Tydeman. ' She ^orl ^tarowarif %tw$. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1S8«.

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

SYDNEY. Thursday. Lord Carrington proceeds from Broken Hill to Wilcannia to-day. Judge Imies sums up in the Dibbs libel case this morning. A young man named Timothy Breun has been committed for trial for offering the Mi*/»miot* ?£*.! {} fnt* n nnvaHnmnnf. annnintinnnf Four more shocks of earthquake were felt at Canterbury, New Zealand, yesterday. The Governor of Queensland has refused to accept the resignation of the Ministry, and has cabled to Lord Knutsford for advice. Sir Samuel Griffiths declines to form a new administration. The mail steamer Zealandia took away £100,000 worth of specie. Howe, protectionist, and Martin, free trader, were the only candidates nominated for Rudfern. The show of hands 'was in favor of Howe by three to one. Friday. The jury in the case Dibbs v. Daily Telegraph, in which the plaintiff claimed £25,000 damages for libel, the jury were called iu at half-past eicjht lost night, and they were then divided, the numbers being 7 to a, aud not likely to agree,...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Timber Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

The Timtior Iniuetry. It will be remembered ttiat some few tnsnths «.g-) « deputation, consisting of a' number of uiillownc'rs and others, indeding several Q26tnbera of Parliaueett,, vraited on the Minister for Mines, Air. Abigail, for the ' purpose of coming .to ? 6omc. arnngcinent whereby the timber industry of New South Wales wight once more tn made to flourish. This industry, which #*oe ocoe so prosperous, has for some time been iauguishmg, causing several mills te cease «-«rk, and the partial stoppage of a nunitier-of others; vhile «uiue of these vbick still 5-ttg out are on the brink iX ruin. Tlie deputation asked that « sum of £1000 wight be 'granted for the purpose of defraying the Expenses of forwarding to England and the Continent specimens of AMBtrdiaB. tiinbjjr,;. accetcpauiei! by two expert delegates, wko would eiplfcin their uses|* and endeavour to establish a trade between Europe and Australia. Mr. AUgail «ould not entertain tke idea, at ht said that it was a matter t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. Suntpmber 5. In. the second innings of the Australians against an eleven of England, the latter in ado only 71 ruus, and wore defeated by 53 runs. Ferris took 5 wickets for 18 run6. The Cabinet of the Dominion of Canada exercise extreme caution iu the matter of the fisheries difficulty. The United States Congress has unaiii; moualy adopted a Bill for the absolute okcIubiuu of Chinese from America. Tlie Rev. J. Dods, late of Scott's Church, Melbourne, says that the Australian clergy were not respected, aud were lingering out a profitless existence. The ships of the Australian auxiliary fleet, which arc to possess 'a speed of nineteen knots, will be armed willi forty pounder guns, and will be fitted with machine guns and torpedo tubed. One hundred and fifty soldiers aud two hundred policemen were present to protect the bailiffs iu tlie eviction of two tenants on the estate of Lord Clanricarde iu Ireland. The houses wero turned into fortifications. Des...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Drink and Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Driak and Crime. .:Refeuence to the utterances of Sir Frederick T&arley, Chief Justice of Now South Wales, upon the above, will not be out of place at the present time, as there is a getieral opinion that public houses are springing up in an alarmiag manner in Jhe Hastings district. wnetner tee opaiing et these houses will be the means of Bpfeading crime in our midst remains to be seen. We can only hope that such will not be the case. However, we do think that the greatest care and consideration should be given by licensing magistrates to applications for public house licenses; and only upon the best of grounds should a compliance with the requests be made. Alluding to the opinion of the late Chief Justice of England; that most of the crimes of Great britaiii might be traced directly or indirectly to driuk, Sir Fredrick Darley stated that during the time he had been on Yhe ^Supreme Court Bench of New South Wales lie could cert:fy to the correctness of that opinion. He ventur...

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Official Correspondence. Department of Public Works, Sydney, August 17. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Official CorreBBondeaoe. Department of Public Works, * . Svduev. Aucust 17. 188S. Gentlemen,— I am directed to acknowledge, the receipt of your letter of the 11th iust., with peHtiou enclosed, ou the subject undermentioned, and to inform you that the matter has beeu referred for tho report of the proper officer, and when the ueces Bary information lias been received a further com munication will be made to you. t 1 have, &c, J. BARLING. Hon. J. H. Young. M.P., TJon. C. J. Roberts, M.P. Subject : — For a grant of £400 to open and clear road from Tlios. Carney and W. Warwick's portions to the River Hastings. By a fire which occurred at Milton on Saturday the stock of Mr. Piuigan, storekeeper, was damaged to tho extent of £1000. Mr. Finigau was a store keeper ut Tmee some years ugo,

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. Saturday, September 1. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Police Court. Saturday, September V. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M.' AViFliam Clayton was charged with being drunk in Clarence street on the night previous. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 6s or 24'Jiours.'' To a «harge of utfng obscene language Ou the same night lie also pleaded guilty, for which he was fined 10s or 48 hours. , September 4. Before F. B. Halea, Kgq.,¥.M., and James Butler, Esii.. J.I'. DenniB O'Brien, alias Sherry, a man with a rather lengthy police court record, appeared to answer throe chnr^es which had been brought against him. He pleaded cuilty to a charge of refusing to leave the Club Hotel, and was lined 20s or 7 days; for assaulting the proprietor of the same Hotel lie was fined £i or one raonth ; aud on a third charge of using obscene language he was fined C5 or two months in gaol. The 'Bench said fines did not appear to have any effect on this individual, and the language made use of was something abomin able, tlie like of which would have to be suppressed...

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Out and About. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Out and About. * -Br ' Sticks. ') Tns Centennial Celebration Commission has allotted to the Municipal Council, mid through it the public generally of (.'art Mucqimiie, their sliar&of the ceil tenuiul oelubratiuus. in tho shape of ail alloy of about a quarter of a pound of uuppur and tin, much resembling a huge penny, wlricll it is pleased to call a 'ceuteuuul meilnl struck iu commemoration of the completion 01 tlie Hint Hundred years emce the founding of the colony.' The motkl jsencloseJiua leather case liued with silk aud velvet, ou the case of which is printed tlie name of the Port Macquarie Municipal Council, this beiug about the most valu able part of it. When first opened aud exposed to the gaze of the Council at their last meeting, our civic fathers could literally hare been ' knocked dowu with a feather,11 being probably overwhelmed with joy of the thought that their humble efforts to forward the interests of the town should have been 80 marked as to call forth the pr...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

♦ SHIPPING I&TELLIVKNtiE. , POETJtfACQ&ABIB. Scpt*mtreii3. ATuliui Vogel, -frofn Sydney. '* iSqiteiukor 3. — Victoria, rrom Sy/lncy. S(.'i)temNfer4.— «.n. Wellington, 160 tuns, Captain 2b. Taplin, from Sydney. VtsseuoersS-Mersra. J. .See, M.I'.. 1'. HogBu, (1. LitchfieiaT Ford, and C. JO.vea, ami 4 ill tliu stqerage. Cargo— 30,toui (or J'att MsciiuarTe and :IO tous for the Uclliuger. AeptetuliL-r5.-n.il. Aibu,»J25 tons. Captain J. 3STiclmlsiiji,.fiom tlupkUiuger. * ^ , * UKPl&TlT&ES. ^ September li-8.«. Wellington. 150 tens, Captatf » JB, Italia, fur Sydney. -farsepg&s-Mia! Moore, Mjk J Baxter, and 2 iu the stceriee. Cargo — 600 ' Ings maize, 4 bides, 27 pigs, 1 Mop poultry,' 18 «ascs eggs, 21 Iwgs4-ones, and sundries. ... t.. September 2.— p.g. Avof, %25 Jtous, £ant£iu Jf JNicUoUon, fogtbe Bellinger. ™ September $— Guiding Star, (or Sfiaey. ' Septemlier'4.— Emily Ann, for%lnej.1 Septemlier 4.— Julia., (or Sydney, m September 5.— s.s. Wt!liugt...

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