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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

Muaioipal Council. The regular meeting of this body was held in the* council chambers, Port Macquarie, on Tuesday last, September 25. There were present — The Mayor, and Aldermen Hay ward, Cavanagh, Hibbard, Jennings and Gaul. Winuteb. ? The ininutoB of -the previous meeting were read ; ana Aiaennan May ward moved that they be confirmed, which was seconded by Alderman Hibbard, and carried. CORRESPONDENCE. The following letter was received from Messrs. Young and Roberts in answer to an inquiry, regarding the appointment of trustees for the public park : — Sydney, 19th September, 1888. 6. W. Edwards, E»q.r Town Clerk, Fort Mac quarie. Dear air,— We have your letter of 2Sth ulto., and our recollection of the matter alluded to is as follows— Some considerable time ago— before it was contemplated that Port Macquarie would become incorporated — we were moved to ask that the park in tjuestiou should be dedicoted aud handed over to trustees, aud the names of five gentlemen were suggested— w...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Voice of a Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

The Voice of s, Dream. Over the soiiiii — the drifting Bauds — Tint gather beside the sea, 1 liear iu * drcain the voiue of a dream That speaks of the Past to mo. : The spirit gad of a. dream once {flail Now wuuders along Life's shore, ' No more, dear love, uo more ! Dear lovef no more ! no more 1' Tlie moan of the winds tbro' swaying pinos Seeuiiitli that voice to me ; Wlieu the tniduight falls it willy calls Ki'oui afar o'er the solemn sea, Wlicu thus I hear the voico so dear Of the years for ever goue I stretch my luuids o'er the drifting Bauds, liut the sea flows on aud ou, And the solemn sea flows on. When over iny soul doth softly roll The waves of his boundless love, . And tlio clasping bauds from unknown lands Beareth m? hopes alm'e. With wistful eyes near the brooding skies I list for a tender strain — For still doth seem that Heavenly dream Bom of a yearning pain — And 1 wait — do I wait in vain J

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Notes in the North. PORT MACQUARIE. (Australian Star, Setp.22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

t NotoB in the North. POKT MACQI7ARIE. (Atutralian Star. Sent. Si. I The gallant little steamer Wellington left the Market Wharf at 8.25 p.m., and the panoramic lights of Poit Jackson liuviug faded from the view, the^ieatU, which stand like sentinels guarding the entrauce^to the beautiful harbour, being passed through, tbe next eight or nine hours were a blank in the existence of the happy sleeper. Coining on deck about half-past seven the next -morning, one found the sky of a leaden hue, and a pretty strong breeze blowing, but by 110011 every suggestion of approaching rain had disappeared ; the turn broke out, and a blue expanse of sky was visible from the horizon to tbe zenith. Newcastle had liecn passed long before daylight, and about half-past eight the Seal Bocks and the adjacent lighthouse liove in vie*. The signal station at Crowdy Head was passed at 2 o'clock, the Camdeu Haven Lighthouse an hour later, aud at 10 iniuutes to 4 o'clock the Wellington was alongside the wharf at...

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latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

latest Special Telegrams. LONDOkj «i- . Sentember 26. -?. Sir William Armstrong is building some torpedo catchers for Australia, ? : Sing Leopold of Belgium lias despatched an expedition to relieve Stanley, and the British East African Oo. is sending one from Zanzibar to the relief of Etnin Bey. a tever scare is extending tiirougn tno Southern States of America; Dillon has made a defiant speech at Dublin, exciting the people to maintain the place of campaign; The proposed Republican Tariff Bill will reduce the revenue by sixty-five million dollars. 'Dr. Moorhouse has been presented with a pastoral staff by the clergy and laity of the diocese of Manchester. F. H. Dangar gave a banquet to the Australian team of cricketers. Two hundred «| people were present, including Admiral Tyron, General Freeman tie, and Lord Harris, Dangar, in proposing the health of tlio Australians, regretted that four years would elapse before their next visit. Lord Harris said the English public would demand a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Rev. G. Lane's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

The Se7. Gk Lane's Lecture. O* Tuesday night, the Rev. George Line, President of the Wealeyan Conference, Sydney, delivered bis lecture on 'Seventy years of Church Work in Australia,' in the Wesleyan Church, Port Mac quarie. Notwithstanding tbe inclemency of' the weather, there was a very fair audience. After BingiDg ana praying, tne ttev.^B. 11. Macdnde expressed the pleasure it gave him to see prcscut their esteemed friend the Rev. li. Davidson, who bad kindly consented to take the chair. From the beginning of the Wesleyan Church its mo' to had been ' the friends of all »nd the enemies of none ;' and as one of its representatives he could truly say it desired the fellOHship of all who loved the Saviour iu sincerity. He ha.il much pleasure in asking Mr. Davidson to presi le over the meeting. After a few remarks, expressive of the pleasure it gave him to be present, the friendly spirit which he entertained toward the Wesleyan Church, and the treat which he believed was about to be e...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

npO STAND THIS SEASON, AT Clarefleld, Rollands Plains, T11E HEAVY PKACGHT STALLION General Hastings. General Hastings is a beautiful bay colt, stands 17 hands high, and built in proportion. Bred by Mr. A. Town, Hobartville. General Hast ings lias also been successful in the show ring, having obtained first prize at the Port Mac quarie Show for the best two-year-old colt on the ground. General Hastings was foaled October, 1S83 ; got by Gallant Scotchman (imp.), dam by Wuir Lad (imp.), g.d. by General Chancy (imp.J, g.g.d. hy Old Tom (imp.) Teems— £2 2s single inare ; for two or more mares, belonging to the .same owucr, a reduction of 5s will be made. THE CREAMY PONY SIEIxLITTOIN' Will also stand the season at the same place Sellitton is a beautiful Creamy Pony, stands 14 hands high, and is well bi*t. He is by Old Sellitton, out of a well bred marc. Terms — £1 each marc. Marcs roust be removed and paid for by January 1st, 18S9: Good paddocks will bo provided, but do responsi bility in...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

To The General Public. *'-'. - '? ? .»».*'?. ? , . ^ % NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. O : ? ; — ? ? — ' — — — =._ ? — _ — . ? _ In tendering Ms thanks to the puMic of Fort Macquarie and the E&stiags District for their Liberal Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to Ihe Price-list of Goods now on sale at the West tort Macparie Store. No Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading- the public — - everything1 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 j. #? Prints, at 4d, 5d, Cd, 7d, 8d, and lOd per yard Striped Zephyrs, at 4d, -5d, 9d, and Is per yard E^ncy Drillettes, 7d, 8d, and 9d per yard Fancy Beagle Stripes, Gd, 7d, and Sd per yard Fancy Plates, 8d, 9d, and lOd per yard Plain Sateen, 7d, 8d, and Is per yard Printed Delaines, 8a, 9d, lOd, and Is per yard .Zephyr Embroideries, 6d and 8d per yard ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

Stliri'IM; I!VTELMUE\€E. poet-ia-:quarik; ' AKKIVALS. ? .- ^ September 22.— s.s. Ferumount, -260 tons, Oapt. iP. Anthon, from Syduey, September 24— ii.b. Avon, 123 tonsy CaptauO, Nicholson, from the Bellinger. . ' -i September 25.-8.8. Wellington, 150 toga, Oapt. R. Taplin, from ' Syduey. Passengers-- MUs Kdwardi (2), Messrs. T. K. Kdwards, Kilus, aud Kitson. Cargo— 20 tons for Port Mucquarie, aud 10 for the Bellinger. . September 26.— Victoria, from Sydney. ?'? ,, 20. — Empress of India, from Sydney. ,, 86. — Kimly Ann, from Syduey. ,, 26.— Julia, from Sydney. i, 27. — Georgine Davis, from Sydney. n 27.— Julius Vogel, from Sydney. DEPAKTCHKS. §£. September 22. —(i.e. Avou, 125 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, for the Bellinger. September 22.— s.s. Wellington; ISO tons, Capt,* R. Taplin, for Sydney. Passengers— M Us Walton and Mr. J. Fagan. Cargo— 930 bags maize, 30 cases eggs, 28 pigs, 57 bides, 1 bundle skins, 8 coops poultry, 4 (jr. -casks wine, M.casos fish, 1 cask tallow, 20 cases s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

STAR HOTEp, horton-stbeeI, ' I ? Port Macquarie. 1 M'DfffllOjUCH, PROPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is rcptete with every modern, convrnjt^vcp. * .„ * , , r 'The Bedrooms are spacious, Uofty, and well ventilated. f :. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. i^= COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^| THE WINES, SPmiTS,' BEERS, Ac., ? -ft7 Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A .CAREFUL AND COM -j PETENT GROOM. ' I T&is Bros/ Agency 2s Trading Company, I {Limited.) I CAPITAL £100,000. I Registered under tlie Companies Act, 37 Vic No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, I ? AND ? * [ AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. I JOHNTATE}-MANAGrcG *--»*-«»«?. 1 ? — | Consignments of GRAIN, FARM PRO 1 DUCE, and-LIYE STOCK received, I and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, '* combined with speedy returns. i Auction Sales conducted twice each week f at their rooms, Sussex-street ; every day«(ex * cent Saturday, at Dar...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

KELItilOES ANNOUNCEMENTS. CurncH or Bsoland.— liSlenborougli 10-30, Tan-as '3, Rev. R. Wilson. »Alsn on October 7— Port Macquarie 11 (H.C.) and 7, Rev. R. Wilson. Wehlevuk.— Boceliwood (Protestant Hall) 11, Waucliopc {Presbyterian Church) 3, Port Mac '4)uaric7'I5, Rev. S. H. Maedadc : Port Macquarie 11, Mr. C. Garrett; Blackmail's Point 3, Mr., R. Woodlands. Pkkshytkiuan.— Port Mftcqnirie 11, Beech ?wood 4, Rc.\ R, Davidson. SUf god ^Varrjiinric 3£lni'S ? SATURDAY, SEPTUM BER 29, lfififi.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 September 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [By Elkctuic Tclkgrami.] Friday. Mr. F. L. Barker quotes. — Hides— prime stout ?extra heavies to 3§d, ordinary 2Jil to 8d, sloppy 2Jd. medium 2Jd to 22d, lightajjd to 3Jd, damaged Ijdto2|d. Marsnpial skins — kangaroo and wallaby sell freely at the values recently established, but opossum are easier, the bulk of those now arriving being only fair to good, wry fair feeing classed as superior ; I have again been successful in tapping the market for kangaroo, which I will qnote to ]00a for largest, large 50d to GOd, medium 30d to 4Sd, small to medium lOd to 27d, very small 2id to 9d; wallaby, large to 16d, medium Od to lOd, tmall 2ld to Si ; bear, 3Jd to OJd ; native cat, 8d ; water . , .. 1 1 . , » _ 1 i ? 1 j _ «1_ OJ. rai.ia; Kangaroo-rat, jo. ; piatypus, 11 10 .» «ii opossum, superior to Oil, good Cd to 7J-i, fair 4{d to 5}il, small or poorly furred 3Jd to 4}il, rumped 1 W to 3Jd each. Maize— the demand still keeps firm, so that the arrivals ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

The Newcastle Strike. A STRIKE AMONG THE Boot & Shoemakers. A Large Boot Wareliome Suspended Payment. milROUGH the above INSOLVENCY * f.'hutlet Has purchased from thg creditor, at a 25 per cent discount, a LARGE and VARIED STOCK of * lADIES; GENTS', & CHILDREN'S Boots and Shoes OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Which he is now offi-ring to the public of Port Macquorie and district at , * UNHEARD OR PRICES As can ho seen liy those quoted. F. H. is determined to UNDERSELL all othegs in the trade, and strongly recommends heads of families to give him an EARLY CALL, so as to secure BARGAINS. All goods are now being solrl at 10 per cent profit. R'otc these Prices t - Kid Boots, 8s Cd ; Russian Leather, 6s ; Kid Shoes, 4s Cd ; Children's Boots, 3s 3d ; Men's Hoots, from 6s 6d ; Ladies' Kid Lace, 9s ; Men's Cloth-lop Shoos, 10s ; Men's kid (Jej* calf) golosh stitch, 15s ; Men's hanJ sewn, 18s Gd. ? F. HUTLEY, Boot and Shoemaker, Clarence-street, Port Macquame. J. MADDOX, Hairdresser &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

rpO STAND THIS ^.SEASON, plarefteld, £ol!ancj£ Plains, THE nEAVVifcABOirT«TAU.i0S General Hastings. General Hastings is a beautif ul bay colt, etonds 17 hands bicli. and built in proportion. Hied by Mr. A. Town, Hobartville. General Hast ings bus also been successful in the fIiow nug, liaviug obtained first prize at the Tort Mac quarie Show for the best two-year-old colt OD tlie ground. General Hastings was foaled October, 18S3; got by Gallant Scotchman (imp.), dam by !Muir Did (imp.), g.d. by General Chancy (imp.), g.g.d. by Ofd Tom (imp.) Teems— £2 2s single mare ; for two or more mares, belonging ta the same owner, a reduction of 5s will be made. THE CHKAMYPONY SELLITTCasr Will also stand the season at tho same place Sellitton is a beautiful Creamy Pony, stands 14 bands bigh, and is well buMt. He u by Old Sellitton, out of a'well bred mare. Tkhhs — £1 each mare. Mares must be removed and paid for by January 'Good paddocks will be provided, but no responsi bility incurred. . For f...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Win Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Wia Gold. A vain man1* motto is ' Win gold and wear it.' A generous man's ' Win gold and share it.' A miser's ' Win gold and spare it.' A profligate's ' Win gold and spend it.' A broker's ' Win gold and lend it.' A fool's ' Win gold and end it. A gambler's ' Win gold and lose It.' A tfiae man's ' Win gold and use it.' Reserved from Sale. — The Government Gazelle of the 29th September contains par ticulars of portions of land in the Port Mac quarie and Camden Haven districts reserved from sale for special purposes, of which we shall publish full particulars next week. M. Pasteur ought to be happy. He is the owner of fifteen Orders, only one of these being French. He is an honorary doctor of all the great universi ties of Europe, and a member of eighty-three learned societies, A French lady, during the scige of Paris, driven tiy famine to eat her pet dog, as she was finishing, exclaimed, ' Poor thing, how he would have enjoyed picking these bones.' Smokeless gunpowder is the latest ad...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

For Ever True. ClUPTER XI. And know not what tiling evil I have done, That life should luy bucIi heavy hand ou me. Mrs. Darnley was wonderfully afliictionatc to her ueice all. through the long summer day that heralded the evening of Worry's return ; and she expressed, such a decided wish for Dorothy's companionship, that despite Ji«r Eclf tlic little unstress or ltipstone mil naa to throw up her own inclinations and attach herself to lu-r yu«st and her aunt # « Lunclieou was but 'scantily attended,, for Lady Burton mid her two daughters, with Captain and llr* Fairfax, had driven over to another lawn-tennis meeting some miles ofl'; and although Lord Merec'eld was present, And Mr. Crawshaw honoured Dorothy ulso, thetm-ul was only -a dull affair. Dorothy struggled liaid to join in lier aunt's chatty -conversation ; but she was de pressed 'with the heat, and distressed at Nancy's sudden and most unusual attack of illness. * ' If she is not tetter in. au hour's time,' the said, in a low ...

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Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Hcace. $ ' Who knout bow often he ofleuitetU !' When Comdiuce'e wlilU) light bums dim In.doiut of Rigbt, tliat n-urd dusooiuleth Alone, fruiii Him. We cannot tell : we see but Uiudly # Tlirb' the strange crow lights given to all ; Jiy rule tlim«H our own moic kindly . . We utaud, or fall. * ? So if, in llil» inspired rfUonlur We 6oem at tuno to lose our way. And Ly mini'* Una to cross the border, We caii but pray ! We ten but say, v-e know not wherefore Wail's evil may be oft tioil's gno J : We think He understands ; aud therefore 'Tie understood. We can but feel, tit', mystic teaching lias told «B over aud uuiiiii For God's command* to slight the preaching * Commands of mou. Strange mystery ! it was so for ever s Then let the yeamiiip spirit rest, Through tlie long trouble of endeavour, Ujtou liU breast. Know that He knows ; all else will follow As suivly ns the light tlic dark, And as tlie flight of liawk or swallow Hosts on the Ark.

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Port Hncquarie Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forster It Co quote— Maize, 2s lid ?to 3i Sd ; oats, U to 3s 6d : barley, 3s 6d to 4s 6d ; -wheat, 4s to 4s 6d ; potatoes, 5s to 6s ; onions, 7s to 4s ; tallow, 17s 64 to 19s 6d ; oaten hay. 6s to 8s 6d, lucerne, 5s Ad to 7s 6d ; chaff, 4s 6d to 6s 6d ; fowls, ?2s 84 toSstfd ; dudks, 3s 3d to 6s 6d ; geese, 5s to «s ; turiteye (cocks) 8s to 12s 6d, hens, Ss to 7s 6d ; bides, 2d to Sd ; ebeese, 4d to 7d ; hair, 6d to Is Id ; beeswax, 4d to lOd ; wattle bark, £2 10s to £3, 'Chopped, £4 to £J l*» ; platypus skins, 6s to £1 ; fat sheep, 10s 6d to lls, store, 6s to 9s ; sheepskins, 2d to 3Jd -, fcacon, 8d to 7d ; hams, 9d to lOd ; eggs, ?«d to fids bran, te 34 U Is 6d; pollard, Is 2d to la ?6d ; buttec, 1* Id ta &.

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Temperance in Eating. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Temperaaoo ia Eating. ?? The vice of inordinate liquor-drinking is open and above board and its evils are so palpable that anyone may see them. Over eating, on the other hand, is accompanied by evils that none but the sufferers and their physiciaus know much about. Some years ago no less an authority than Sir Henry mi i 1 ? I il ? a. ? ? 1_ — J I. —— ? ? xnompson aeciarea mat oe uuu ucbq com pelled by the facts constantly coming before him to accept the conclusion that more mischief in the form of actual disease, of iiupared vigour, and of shortened life, has occurred to civilised men from enormous habits in eating than the habitual use of alcoholic drink, considerable as he knew that evil to be. He also declared himself in doubt whether improper and inordinate eating were not as great a moral evil as inordinate drink ing. The fabricators of our food have much indeed to answer for. They make digestible raw material iuto indigestible finished pro ducts, and we eat them and suffer. Bu...

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 — 6 October 1888

BKLICIODS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cbdbor or Enolikb.— Port Macquarie 11 and 7-15, fie*. R. Wilton. Also on October 14— BeechwaW 10W, Enais 2-30, Port Macquarie 7*15, Bev. B, Wilsw. WiKEnv.— Port Macqaarie II, Mr. J. Secombe; Blackman's Poiat 3, Port Macquarie 715, Mr.*. White; Gnnis 11, Mr. R. Woodlands. Also ob October 14— Kendall 11 and 3, Laurietou 7, Mr. J. White; Ennis 11, Mr. E. Woodlands; Port Maequarie 11, Mr. S. Boltwood ; Blaukman'a Point 3, Port Macquarie 715, Mr. J. Secombe. Pbewtiriak.— Hollands Plains 1030, Tele graph Poiat 3, P«rt Macquarie 7*15, Rev. R. UavMmn. Also on October 14— Huntingdon 1030, Wsmehope 2-30, Part Macquarie 7*15, Rev. B. Davidson. » ? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1888.

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Latest Special Telegrams. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

?Latest Special Telegrams SYDNEY. Thursday. When' at Silverton the Chief Justice, Mr. F. M. Darley, denounced the gaol accom modation of that place, and also the ptjactice of -placing prisoners in irons. ' '* [ Speaking at WollAngong, Lord Oamngton ignored any intention of retiring from, the Governorship before the expiration of his full term. Rich deposits of native silver have been found in the Eagle Hawk Mine, broken ? Hill. The Alameda took LH1.000 in gold for San Francisco yesterday. A large number of miners attended the Governor's levee at Wollongong. The losses sustained by the Bank of New Zealand during the past half year amount to L800.000, but the committee of examination certify to the soundness of the bank affairs. A new silver 6eld has been found on the Macarthur Station, four hundred miles west ?f of Bourketown, Queensland. T Whakawaia was backed for L6000 to win the Melbourne Gap. Mr. W. Gannon has purchased the race horse Theorist for L1000. Women have been confined ...

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