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

STAR HOTEL HORTON-STREET, A . Port MacqiJarie. * J. M 'DO UNO UGH,.' PROPRIETOR. f , € THEaliove Hostelry' is replete with ever luo'derii convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, loft}', and we] ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS. KT COMFORTABLE.^, COjkMERCIAl ROOM ^ 4 THE WINES, SPIRITS,«EERS* &c.f AIU3 # Only of th% Choicest Brands, The Cuisine is Unequalled out oj the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STANLING, ATTENDED TO HY A CAREFUL *AND COM PETENT GROOM. Tats Bros/ Ag^nc? & Ir&iing £oi&p&njf ? (Limited.) * ? CAPITAL £100,000. llegistereil under the Cujnpauiiw Act, 37 Vie. No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN; AND AUCTIONEERS,, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney.. a. \v. tate i ., ♦ „ JOHN TATE I ^'A!l'AfiIX0 ?D'KiioTOKS. Consi«imients of GRAIN, FARM 'PRO DUCE, and- LIVE KTOCli 1-peoive.rl, and TOP VALITKS fiUARANTEED, combined with spitidy ri-.turns. ' t^§ Auction Sales conducted twice each week at their rooms, Sussox-strpet j...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Port Macqiiiirie Markets. Messrs. \V. A. Forster t Co. quote —Miize, 3s to 3a 3d ; oUe, seed 3s to 3s (id, feed 2s to 2s S.I ; l»rley,|« to 4s 4d ; wheat, 3s Sd to it; potatoes, 4s to 6s, early rose 8s Sd to 10s 6i : onions, 8s to 9s 6d ; tallow. 16s to 19s ; oaten hay, 5s tc 7s Gil, cV.aff 5s to Cs 6il, lucerne 5s Sd to 7s Gd ; fowls, 2s* ?Sd to 3a£d ; ducks, 4s to 6s GA -, geese, &a to C* ; turkeya, cocks 7s to 12s, hens us te js ; hides, 2d to !jd ; -cheese, td to Dd : liacoc, 6d to Td ; hams, fid to lOd ; pigi, 2Jd to Sid ; eggs, 63 to Sd ; sheep skins, 2Jd to 4|d ; Lcesw&i, 3a 5* is; wattle bnrk,V-s to f)0», chopped SOs to9fls; Iran, Is 3d to In 6.1; pollard, Is lid to IsCd- hair, 64 to Is; fat sheep, 10s to Us, ston, tt te bs; ieujctu for .g.cd ir.ilcli cows. 4

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 — 8 September 1888

CttSlSIEttCIAIi IKTELLIfXSCE. * * Svdiicy Markets. a [By Elkctiuo Tblscuafh.] ''?' ? A iFrilfey. 4 'Mr. TT. C. BiVmson quotes— Best raaicc, 3s 3d ; jpigs, 4Jd ; bacon, 83 ; six inch cedar boards wanted. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, & Devlin quote— Maize, ' :3s 2d t63s3d ; tidea. 2|d to 3Jd ; tallow, £18 to £19 5s. « * fSfe Mr. John Bridge quotes— I offered 1816 hides to ?day, market unaltered, best heavies 3d to 3}d, green heavies 2J-1 to :M, nieiliuni 2gd te 3Jd, lights 2J4 to Sid, extreme lights to3gd; tallow, market 4hade easier, I cold 103 packages, best mixed te £10 .5a, prime beef tallow £18 10s to £19, mciiuu £17 *o £18 5s, inferior to £17 10s; maize, market firm, prime 3s 2d toOs 3d, supplies moderate; pigs, market slightly firmer iu consequence of n.uall sup plies, porkers averaging 4dj large sizes ?Jd-; calves, very firm. Mr. F. L. Barker quotes— Maine, market barflen ing, prime 3s to 3s 2d, inferior 2s 9d to 2s lOd ; fiigs, in brisk demand, |sevcuty ponudere average '...

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 — 8 September 1888

Hojal SKulifii BinK. The World-renowned f Mow Vineyard Skates, JUST ARRIVED FROM AMERICA. BEST FLOOR fflloi FOR SKATING. OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON, FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN, FROM 2 TILL 6 P.M., AND EVERY NIGHT, For Ladies and Gentlemen, FROM 6 TILL 11 P.M. ? A ENTRANCE ONE SHILLING. W SKATES X' R XI XI. COME ONE rCOME ALL I i BSO7ABX.ISHBD 3.800. JOHN MELUDAY AND CO., COMMISSION AND PRODUCE Ml-ROHANTS, 154 SUSBKX-STUEET, SYDNEY, ' ASD AT Ann-btreet, Pethie's Bight Brisbane, Careful attention given to all Shipments. Liberal Cash Advances inailo against Consignments. Account Sales Rendered Promptly BfailflSKuiingCafial. Hastings Skating Rink. SCHOOL OF ARTSTPOET MCQJME. OPSn TUESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 7 l'.H. TILL 10 l-.U. EV1SBY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FROM 2 P.M. TILL 5 P.M., FOK LADIKS ONLY. J$bMis»ios Is, Skates Fkkk. Skates for Sale. W. I. LANK, Hon. Sec. i S. GMBUTT, BOOK-KEEPER &_ACCOUNTAHT. TRADESMEN'S BOOKS MADE UP, AND DEBTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES ATTENDED. Reference: —...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How the Kings Die. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Sow the Sings Died.. Tub New Tork Star tells how some Kings of England died, as follows : — Henry I of gluttony. * Henry III naturally. Edward VI of a declina * Charles I ou a scaffold. * tvicnara in was Kiuea in oatue, Henry VIII of carbuncles, fat, and fury. George III as he had lived — a madman. ' George IV of gluttony and drunkenness. Henry VII wasted away, as a miser ought. James I of drinking, and the effects of vice. Charles II suddenly, it is said, of apoplexy. ? * Edward V was strangled in the tower b y his uncle, Richard III. . William Rufus died the death of the poor stags which be hunted. Henry. II of a broken heart,, occasioned by the bad conduct of his children. George I from drunkenness, which his physicians polifely called ad apopletic tit. William III of consumption aud from the stumbling of his horse. Edward III of dotage, and Richard II of starvation — the very reverse of George IV. Henry VI iu prison by means known then only to bis gaoler, and now only known in h...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Lawlessness of the Country of Kerry. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

The Lawlessness of tta County of',, ? »? . Kerry.1 ^ . The Dublin correspin lunt of the Tint*, writing on the proceedings at*the Assizes in Slurry on the 15th July, says; — A young* man named Hcanlan, 25 years of age, was prosecuted, aud the facts proved on oath presented in a vivid light the lawlessness of Kerrv'4 Tin* Attornev-t«-neral. who can ducted the prosecution, observed that he had had to deal with many crimes; but in his experience ho never met any which were characterised liy more reckless' audacity or unmitigated cruelty. On the 12th of March last three tnnn, one of whom wns masked and the othera undisguised, entered the National Ephool at Loughfoudiu, between. Castleislaud aud Abbeyfcale, about 11 o'clock iu the moruini;, while the teacher, Patrick Robin son, and his daughters were preparing for the business of the day. Xw6 of the men were armed with guns, and one with a revolver. There were i\ children in the school tit the time. The masked man, who was alleged to be t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

' * .For Ever T^ue. ClIAMSB.VIIL Therennas no dinner, at ltipstonp Hall the night of titefete. ; that is. to an1, tliure was iio fixed ceremonious meal,. Out *iie lafrge liospit aWle tables were , spread,. ;? aiH invited all to fc ? partake or wliattuey Ufcediuvjieu tiu-y liked - . best Dorothy, highly delighted *lt'tlic success of the matck, had suddenly conceived the idea - of having au impromptu dance. ' \Ve iMive a good. liaud,.Jit«ujs of dancing people .1 .know; wohave.au «ot on light dresses; lJu- iiollroom is in eija-llent condi tion. I think it- would' beva. good idea.' 'Oh, splendid!' * ' Awfully jolly ''.ohoras^d tht Miss Chcs tors, andtlieir opiuiuii u'asiburoJ k-y every one else. 'Tluyi we AHUSt-BOt-aWutramMgiii' it at oivoe,' jlJonotlvy -daclaiud. ? '. Papa -lear, where . is papa f ' ''I Uiii.Ic Sir ja«jup-ir«j' tt out ill the grounds m'itli Mre. l-aridey,'.?-r*ifc:y replied ; she. w*s just paiEsiu-;.wiUi.»oi««cJdedy ladies, escorting tin-un to. tlx1. -lin?.uj;-r»Mii ; ...

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Mr. J. Laurie in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Mr. J. Lauxie in Baglaad. The following (remarks a Peebles, contem- porary, of July 14tb), will go to show what can he done in the way of travelling s long distance in a short #pace of time, with the greatly improvedSippliances and facilities we have now at our command. Mr. J. Laurie, ot new etoutli wales,' lett .Teenies by tun last down train on the evening of Friday, tin 29th June, in time to catch up at Galusliiuls the night train for London, where l.e spent the Saturday and transacted his businw. He next took train for Hard wich,, a distance of seventy injles, then boarded the steamer fur Antwerp, where he arrived at eight o'clock iu thn morning, and saw many of the leading men in connection with his business, and at three o'clock in the afternoon he took the train to Hamburgh, where he arrived at eight o'clock next morning, and was duly introduced to tlie Town Council and the prin cipal men of the city. On the same evening he took the steamer back to Hardwich, a d& tanc...

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

Perry Tolle. In the Assembly, on July 7th, Mr. bowes moved for thejabolitiou of all tolls or ferry dues on Government ferries throughout the colony. He pointed out that the revenue from these sources last year amounted to only £6295. Mr. See during the debate said tt seemed just as reasonable to expect these ferries to be maintained at the public expense as to expect bridges to be erected at the public expense. The* Secretary for Public Works has stated that men and steam have to be provided ; but then interest has to be paid upon the cost of constructing bridges. They have to be occasionally repaired and frequently painted, aud the cost of maintaining ah expensive bridge across one of these rivers is greater than the cost of maintain' ng a punt or ferry. 1 wish to draw the attention of the Secretary for Public Works to the unequal charges imposed upon these ferries. In some cases you can cross a very wide river for 2d or 3d, and in ptmsr cases the charge is as high as 2s 6d or 3s. ...

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Banquet to John See, Esq., M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Banquet to John Ses, Esq., M.P. Taking into consideration the benefits derived by the people of the Hastings district from the present excellent steam communication between Port Macquarie and the metropolis, it was* decided to tender to the popular owner of the steamers a complimentary oanquec, as a slight recognition of the favors conferred. Accordingly, on .Tuesday last, thirty-three gentlemen met at the Star Hotel, to do honor to Mr. See, M.P., who had arrived in the steamer Wellington a few hours previously. An excellent banquet was spread by host McDonnough, and the representative company present did ample justice to the many good things provided. The Mayor, Mr. James Mclnherny, presided ; and Mr. See occupied a seat on his right hand ; the vice-chair being filled by Mr. A. E. Pountney. The assembly was a very jolly and happy one, and one of the most pleasant gatherings ever held in wft Macquarie was the result, everyone present enjoying them selves thoroughly. After the banque...

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John Se[?], Esq., M.P., at Prot Macquarie. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

, John sH, Esq.f M^, It.Eort ft 4 ailoaioie: -' - - * Tnifegentleman, wh^iad'beenViked to deliver a political address in the School of 4rt*- P°£t' MoeqiiSrie, on Wednesday evening iastf, dirj so in the presence of* ribou*; SOOjpersons. TBe Mayor Occupied the1 chair,, atta briefly introduced die leptura^referfing to him as »n orator of the first -water. , ' ^ 4§f|, Mr. See, wko was receivedf|nthil716ud applause, laid f he had * rib 'pretensions to being an ''orator. He wished, theqjj to distinltly. uiideraUna that ^he was not a%andidato for election, nor had he any object in view iudeliMriagthis lecture; life had simply been asradfpto deliver an address and had consented to do*so. £ETe did not wish to Bay anything Against the presen* members for the |jectpratt, Messrs. ?Xoung and Ttoberta, as those gentieraen wer% Both ((articular friends of hji. .^pThe only differences between tkebi were» the. antagon istic' poUUea] views which they held, 'stjll Aey coulA^ubrd to differ and yStiajf ...

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Could We but Know. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

Could We but Znbw* (Could we tiut Vralc behiud the outer seeming Tliat hides .tlie inner life ?Of liiut tlie uniM inoatcuww, family deeiliing ThatJtmeroarc uor. utiifc i ™ ' f ? «.' -Cau seals Dame K»ituaeV.iMuijUts,wl-9i«iiiire|ileted u iui^niuuioi,|)nB(p»iiii power, „ _ Jn totteiiug itiscaa«(y. arc- seated ? Htjr £«vnrit«s -i( an tour ; w Could 'We, poor, Kinping, human nudes, l-e;gif fceu Fur only one abort ilay, ; nVilfa ,lua) vikiou ; cuuM the veil lieliftcd 4 That «;rceus from mortal city 'Tlie gleaming suoiii that bangs suspended o.'er ! Th« head that wear* miroira, : Tlie aching ttoiirts'tlint grins Jind laces. cover, , * Autl liioideirilsJlL-tii g«wn ;' ' Were barei&eforo our Kuce, each ilee|- emotion 'Of liope, or »iM ilenpair : That driftsat will ucrosa Life's littlest «coan. An fckies prom dick orifair, . That Bend ?Velwtsk and hi»»\, in hat wavescreep- 1 iug ! Shame's criimna tile to .Bow, S When Meuwv stiraiotne tuneless cberil, lougclsep-: iug, * ' in Judden d...

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

- - — ** — — - _ * ft ? f b f he; General Eubli-c^ . ?????' V . I I * , '? ' * «i ..*????? ? -'-'??' ' ' ' ' '?'? ?? :' '??? '?-''' * ' ' ' '???'??-'? ' ?»??' »- r- : -- ' ???' - ' *: ? ? * ? . *?..?..?....?.'??? . '. . r-. ' ? ? * , « ;. ' . ' . '?v'':'; » * / * ? '' ? * '? ?;-*.. ? ^'.,..v';. .,.?.?,??????? ? ? '*' '.' ' , . ' . ? . - , . ? ,. . ' ' ' : ' ? ? ? ? ' ? .* '?.-.'? ' ?',. '? '? ? ? . ? ? . t . V . i:- ,.V; ,^-.\ ;^- '.?',?.. . . - , , ^ - . * SSI kh ' ?B^b HHnlm ^ ^Bfi ^BK jfflwB * * fl^sH ^^9*' «ift ^^H ? ^ J^P^^8k 89 ^^^H^h ^^H jhA j Hb * ^ In tendering his tlianks to the pulolic of Fort Macquarie and the Hastings District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the-4tten*ion of everyone to tlie Price-list of G-oods1 no^r on sale at the 'West Port Macquarie Store. ? * ** -??'; \ .. ? ? * No Low Prides are quoted with the vipW of misleading1 the public— everything: advertised is of reliable and sterling1 quality. He is now opening a large...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 September 1888

SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. James Butler and Thomas Platt, J.'s P. There were a number of cases set down for trial at this court, but only the following came on for hearing. Thomas Hall v. George Craig. — Claim of £9 15s 6d for labour done. In this case the bush lawyer element was the predominant feature, and several cross-accounts were submitted by the contesting parties, after which the Bench awarded a verdict for defendant for £2 0s 3d.   Jas. Absalom v. Mrs. Fenn. — Claim £2, for feed and curing of a sick horse. Plaintiff stated that a horse was brought out to his place suffuring from a very bad fistula, which he agreed to cure, and after he had done so he returned it home. The defendant brought several witnesses to show that the horse was no better when it was returned than when it was taken away. The Bench could not agree, and no order was made. The Queensland ministry have resigned, owing to the Governor re...

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 — 8 September 1888

Local aafl. General News. Mb. John See, M.P,— This geatienjan Arrived in Port' Tlacquarie in the steamer 'Wellington on. Tuesday last, in company with Mr. P. Hogan, and Mr. Ford, representative - of the Sydney press. On account of - ill JioolfVw T Rwintr. M.F.. was unable to leave Sydney, as intended. On Tuesday evening Mr. See was entertained at a banquet at the Star HoteVand a large and 'representative gathering assembled to do honor to tho guest. On Wednesday uiorniug, at the invitation of Mr. See, about forty \. gentlemen joined in an excursion trip up the * Hastings River in tlie tug Alert. It was intended to proceed as far as Wauchope, but on account of the low tide, Andrews' Falls could not be crossed, and the company returned to Port Macquarie. Mr. See was highly delighted with the appearances of the river, although he saw it at a bad time, and « regretted to find so many obstacles in the Jk way of navigation. On the return journey, W*, a call was made at the Hamilton mills,...

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Emigration to America. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 September 1888

Emigration to America. Toe annual spring influx of immigrants to tlir United States is (the New York correxpoiuluiit of tlru Dailg jVcren says) larger than usual. Tiicy arc coining now at the rate of 1000 a day, and nearly 54,000 liave arrived siuce the 1st of January. This is 3000 more than the first three months of last year. Tlie news is published from London that the rush of Irish immigrants is so great that the Transatlantic companies are unable to accommodate them. Speaking of the immigration, Mr. Jackson, tlie superintendent uf Castle Garden, said th.it out of 10,190 persons who lauded in January, '2ir-:( were froui the United Kingdom, including 1 103 Kuglish men, 0H8 Irishmen, ili Scotchmen, and 1S9 Welsh men. The Italians flocked in to the number of 2129, Germans 1856. Russians 1091. and Hunga rians I0B4. About the same distribution of nationalities was shown in 15,157 immigrants who lauded in February and 2S,,r-00 who came in March. The destination of the great majority of...

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PORT MACQUARIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 September 1888

FORT MACOOARIE CLITI1. A meeting of the l'ort Mucqnarie Cricket Club was helJ in tlie School of Arts ou Thursday even ing lust, the President Mr. Kutliven, iu the chair. The report and balance-sheet were submitted aud adopted. Tiie IiaUnce-sheet, although showing a deficit of about £10, was thought very satisfactory, as out of a debt of £25 at the beginning of the season £15 bad been wiped off. The report showed a very hud record of the result of matches nlavel by the club, which was attributed to wautof energy on the part of its members, aud hope was expressed that this year a little more intercut would be shown, as the club would have to meet very strong teams from the river. The election of otticern for the eusuiug seouon resulted in the return of the follow iug gentlemen — President, Mr. .). L. Kuthven; treasurer, Mr. F. G. Martin ; secretary, Mr. Ashley I'ountuey ; committee of niunngement, Messrs. Mullipm, Spcuce, Flynn, Hattersley. and \. K. I'ountuey; selection coimuitte', M...

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WAUCHOPE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 September 1888

WAUCHOPE CLUB. A public meeting was held at Waucliope on Saturday last, for the purpose of ajrnin forming a cricket club at that place, oiid of obtaining a suit able ground. The meeting was well attended. Mr. T. Sitters, junr., occupied the chair. It was thought advisable to secure a piece of land from Mr. Bain, lor me purpose oi niuKing a ground, fittecn persons gave in their names as members, after which Air. N. Summerville was appointed secre tary, and itt. G. Suters treasurer. The club lias urrauged to start practice on Saturday, the 22ml, nnd with a little practice it will be a very strong oue.

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Cricket Meetings. RAWDON ISLAND CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 September 1888

Cricket Meetings. UWnflS' IRLAKD CMTB. A mektino of the members of «tliis club was held la»t Satnrdai evening, at Mr. G. Harriott's store, Rawdun Island. There was a good attendance.' The president, Mr. F. Uayres, was in the chair. Business, to bear treasurer's report, and election of officers for - the ensuing season. The treasurer's report showed the club to beiu debt lln 3d after all subscriptions from members had been received. which was considered to be very satisfactory. The report was unanimously adopted. The following officers were then elected — Presi- dent, Mr. F. Dawea ; Vice-presideote, Messrs. G. Harriott and C. Blunicr ; Seeittary, Mr. G. Reed ; Treasurer, Mr. Thomas Wurltens; Committee, Measis. W, Bccd, T. Fowler, and H. Warlters. It was decided that the subscription be the same as Ipst years, viz., active meinliers 5s per auuum, honor ary members 2s 6d, honorary members having all the privileges of tlie club, with the exception of playing iu iiintcbes, but they may l...

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Death of an Eminent Astronomer. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR. LONDON, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 September 1888

Death, ot eai Eminent Astronomer. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR. (By Cable.) LoKIMlK. Rpntpmlipv 13 ft. A. Phoctor, the eminent astronomer, lias dipd in New York from yellow fever. Mr. David Bvplmnan, M.L.A., aeka how honeet people cad be exneoted to listen with patience to fjssk statement* as that New South Wales is the most prosperous itad wealthy country on the face of the earth. Mr. G. R. Bibbs lias issued another writ against the Daily Telegraph for libel, fixing the damages at £10,000.

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