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Folios Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Police Court. MoxnAY, Octopib 1. Befcre F. B. Haleiu Eta.. P.M. John Vincent was charged with being drunk on the uight of Saturday, 29th ulto. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s or seven days in gaol. The fine was paid.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Agricultural Society. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Agricultural Society. * SPECIAA MEETING. A SPRCIAX general meeting of the Fort Mac quarie and .Hastings District Agricultural and Horticultural Society took place in Mr. Batter's rooms on Saturday ' last. There was a large ♦ttendauee,-- and Mr. E. T. M^lllifTan Vlf-O.nM»i/)anf sinntinioji f.lin Minir The business before the meeting was the consideration of the rules dratted by the sub-committee, and these were read over by the secretary, and then considered seriatim. Mr. D. Bain considered that clause 2, fixing the number of the committee of management at thirty-eight, should be altered so that the number -wight be ealargedr. It was decided, however, not to make any alteration for the present year. Mr. W. Warlters moved that the following be inserted as clause 8, viz. : — ' Any exhibitor knowingly making false entries shall forfeit any prize which may have been awarded ; and the committee ahall have power to disqualify any exhibitor for so doing for any period not exceeding two year...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. Before Messrs. F. B. Hales, P.M., and Jas. Butler, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

Small Debts Court Tuesday, October 2. Before Ueain. F. B. Halo, P.M., and Ju. Butler, Kiq.. J.P. Mary McKuue v. W. Kenny.— Amount of promia ?ory note, £5. Verdict for plaintiff, with 3t cotU of court. Two other cases set down for hearing were (truck cut, having been settled out of court. Mr. Forest Ranger Brown itatod that 102 hard wood log* which bad boon seized by him in January last, and eulraequently sold to Mr. Geo. Wallace, had been re-seized. No claim having been lodged the Bench stated that they could now be sold.

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

Wauchope. (frou our correspondent.) The season up to the present time Has been a splendid one for farming operations. Since the late rain both feed and water are in abundance. Maize planting for thio season is about over, and the young corn looks really splendid. But we cannot expect the corn to In tbe only tiling to look well ; the weeds also thrive, and farmers are kept biiav eradicating thorn. With nn -nw-i-.*Vmnrianr*A of clover and gran there is a dancer of cattle and horses getting blown ; attention should be paid to stock to see that this is not done. A new industry has been started at Wauchope on Mr. T. Wallace's property. Mr. George Evans, an enterprising young man from Kempsey, lias started brickmakmg. lie considers tha clay here very fine, and Iibb already moulded a number of bricks, which he intends to burn next week. This should have the effect of producing a better class of houses. He is selling bricks at a very reason able rate, and should get all the trade that is to...

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

. ???;:T;:o.a X7T-.x-.A.n:vf 'BSO^h: , L:s-v^.: .*,????-.;????'???.- ? ? **- ..-...?* ' - ? : ; ??-??? ? ?????? . ?. ? . ' ? ? ?? ..'??../ '?..??? ,' ?. ..?'??*- ? ♦ * .??;'?.§????'_.;.'???: .?????'.'? ? ? ?? '???';? . ? ' . ? - ? ?'' ? . ???:???.???=??.:..??-. '?? ?? ? ?' . ? ?;;;..? . ##t ; _, ' — . ? . ? ????? ??? ??? ?.???'.; ?,*.?* # * »?? ? -. ? ?- * . ; ? ? ? ? ' ''-?':-? ?' ????. -MMa.' |i|M|B| (n-.Hg'S- ?? ? * ?. **-^-*+:;± * , » ? In tendering Ms thanks to the public of Fort Macquarie and the Hastings District for their liberal Support1 in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of Goods now on sale at the 'West Tort Macoxuarie Store. No Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading^ the public — everything: advertised is of reliable and sterling- qjiallty. 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, 6d, 7d, 8d, and l...

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

STAR HOTEL, HOETON-STREET, Port Macquarie. jfc J. M'PONHOUCH, PROPRIETOR. ' , ?' THE above Ho'stelry is replete with every modern convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. |^- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^H THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c.( abb 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. Tatc Jro:/ Agency ^ Tricing Company, (Limited.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under the Companies Act, 37 Vic. No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, I AJfD AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. JOmJ TATE } MA3tAClS0 DlKECTOBS Consignments of GRAIN, FARM PRO DUCE, mid LIVE STOCK received, and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. Auction Sales! conducted twice each week at their rooms, Sussex-street ; every day (ex cept Saturday, at Darling Harbour ; Tuesdays and Fridays at Corporation Yards ; Wedn...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets.. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Srdnejr Markets. [Br ElBCTMC TfeLEORAPIt.1 Friday. Mr. F. h. Barker quotes— Hides— prime extra tiearies to 3|d, ordinary 2|d to 3d, sloppy or offally 2Jd to 2Jd, medium 2Jd to 3d, light 2gd to 3Jd, damaged Id to 2d. Mirsmpial skins— lutngarooand waUabr — the usual buyers attended, but prices declined fully six pence per skin, and there was an absence of the animation that has characterised the sales during the past few months. Extra large kangaroo brought to 90s, Urge 40 1 to 56s, medium 28s to 38s, small 10s to 26s, very ?mall 2s to 7s ; wallaby, 2s to 14s ; bear, 3s to 6s fid ; goat, 3s to 6s ; opossum, superior Is to 8s, good 6s to 6s fid, fair 4s to 5s, rumped Is to 3s per ooz. Maize — the market has a declining tendency owing to the export demand having fallen off, consequently the market has fallen 2s to 3s per bushel during the week, and best is now worth 2s lOdto 3s per bushel. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Maize, 2s lOd; pigs. 6d ; eggs, 8d ; good ceda...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 6 October 1888

8BIRPINU IJVTSMUteBKVIS. » POET*fACQUARIK. 4HRIVAU. September 29.— p.i. Avon, 185 tona, Captain J. NioboUon, from -the Bellinger. September 29.— «.«. Wellington, 160 tout, Cap ? tain Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Messrs. Baker, Denkin, Keenan, and Walker. Cargo— 15 torn tor Port Macquarie and 10 for the Bellinger. October 1. — Ruby, from Sydney. Octobers ? a.i. Wellington, ISO torn, Captain TapUn, from Sydney, ruasengera— Meura, U. 'Harriott and H. J. Perrett. Carco— 20 tons for Fort Maequarie and 10 for ttie Bellinger. October 3. — Ubique, tug, from Camden Haven. -»EPARTOBES. September 29.— Victoria, for Sydney. September 29.— Julius Vogel, for Sydney. September 30.— i.e. Wellington, 125 tons, Capt. E. Taplin, for Sydney. ^ Passengers— -M Us Scott; MeadamW Scott, Norton, and Wesley ; ilesiira. fioott, Wesley, Eitso, Wilbur?, Doyle (2), Condon, Gorbeit, and Muter Norton. Cargjj— 914 bags males, 18 oases eggs, 2 coops poultry, 18 cases aam]ie8,*20 hides, and 20 package! sundries. ...

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

Local and Greaeral Nevre. M. Pastbdb's Experiments. — Mr. W. D. Scott, of Kempsey, chairman of the Fort Macquarie Postures and Stock Protection Board, arrived iu town on the 28th ult, on his way to Old Junce. He left for Sydney in the steamer Wellintrton on Sunday morn ing. Mr. Scott lias gone to Junce to witness the effect of M. Pasteur's preventativo to anthrax in sheep and cattle which was to be tried at Old Junee station 011 Tuesday last in the presence of a number of the Anthrax Board. It will bo remembered that a nunibor of sheep and cattle were some ?weeks ago vaccinated by the representatives of M. Pasteur, and that an equal number of each were drafted off without being vaccinated. All these animals will now be inoculated with the most virulent virus of anthrax, and if the experiment be successful the vaccinated animals will remain uninjured, while the uuvaccinated -will succumb to the disease. The representatives of M. Pasteur will, on the same occasion, inoculate some anim...

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

NOTICE. WE HAVE THIS DAY, by mutual consent, DISSOLVED PART-   NERSHIP. All persons indebted to the undersigned must settle accounts at once. (Signed) W. J. RITCHIE, M. MURPHY. Kendall, Oct. 1, 1888. DENTRISTRY MR. A. H. QUIST, From Kempsey, Will Visit Port Macquarie, ON FRIDAY & SATURDAY, The 26th and 27th Insts., AND MAY BE CONSULTED AT McDonnough's Star Hotel. All diseases and deformities of the teeth and mouth treated on purely scientific principles. Artificial teeth made, from a single tooth to a full set. Articulation, mastication, and natural appearance guaranteed. PRICES STRICTLY MODERATE.   All Work Guaranteed. To Storekeepers and Others. TAKE NOTICE that after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any   member of my family without a written order from myself. J. W. McINTYRE. September 18th, 1888. NOTICE D. W. Brien, Storekeeper, Port Macquarie. I HAVE placed all my outstanding accounts in Mr. Robt. S....

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Triplet Maxims. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

Triplot Maxims. Three things to love— courage, gentleness, and affection. . Three things to admire — iutellect, diguity, and gracefulness. Three tilings to hate— cruelty, arrogance, and ingratitude. Three things to dtlight in— beauty, frankness, and freedom. Three things to wish for— health, frieuda, and a contented spirit. Three things to like— cordiality, good humour, and cheerfulness. Three things to avoid — idleness, loquacity, and nippant jesting. Three things to cultivate— good books, good friends, and good humour. Three things to contend for— honor, country, and friends. Three things to teach — truth, industry, and con tentment. Three thiugs to govern — temper, tongue, aud conduct. Three thiugs to cherish— virtue, goodness, nnd wUdo in. Three things to do— think, live, and act. On Wednesday night oue of the most enjoyable dances of the season was held iu the Odfellows' Hall, the occasion being the wedding of Mrs. Muir's youngest daughter to Mr. McGiirley, of Port Macquarie. O...

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The Jewels ia Europian Crowns. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

The Jewels ia Earopsan Crowns. The Crown of England is believed to be the finest .piece of regalia iu the world. The lower part of the band is a row of 129 pearls, the upper part of 112; between them iu front is a large sapphire, belaud is a email Bapphire, with six others and eight emeralds. Between the two great sapphires are oruameuts containing 286 diamonds. Above the band are eight sapphires, surmounted by eight diamonds, and eight festoons, containing 100 diamonds. Iu the front of the' crown is the ruby given to the Black Prince by Pedro. Kine of Castile. This is set in a Maltese cross, and form ing the cross are seventy-five large diamonds. Three other crosses are rouud the upper part of the crown, containing altogether 3Sfl diamonds. Between the four crosses are four ornaments with four rabies in their centres, and coutaiuing respect ively eighty-four, eighty-five, eighty six, aud eighty-seveu diamonds. From the Maltoso crosses rise four arches composed of oak leaves nnd aco...

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A Pugilistic Parson and Bis Sexton. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

A Pugilistic Farsoa and His Sasboa. Tee village of Cowley, near Oxford, has been brought iuto sadden notoriety by reason of a disgraceful scene which took place in the parish churchyard between the vicar, the Rev. Goo. Moore, and hi« sexton, a man named Lee. The facts of the case, elicited before the BuIIingdon Division bench of magistrates, as tlic rcBtilt of cross-summonses being issued, arc as follows : — There had been a funeral in the churchyard, and while the sexton and another man were filling in the grave the vicar, who was weaving his cassock, came up and found fault with Lee for throwing some stoae3 into the grave with tlie sand. Lee replied that the two stones which the vicar had seen go iu fell iu by accident. The vicar was then alleged to have called Leo a scoundrel aud a scamp aud to have, ordered bath men out of the church yard. Johnson, Lee's companion, left, aud after telling L«e that if he did uot ge he would put him out, tiie vicar, according to the complainant, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. IN BANKKUAl'OY. No. 039. Re Wm. Johs 1'eau, of Rawdon Island, Farmer. NOTICE is hereby given that the Single Meet ing of Creditors in the above matter will be held at the Court House, l'ort Mauijuaric, before the District Registrar in Bankruptcy, on the 5th day of November, ISSS, at 11 a.m., or as soon after as the course of business will permit. To entitle a creditor to vote thereat, liis proof must be lodged with the Registrar i.i Bankruptcy, Chuiccry Square, .Sydney, not later than the 29th day of October, 18SS. ARTHUR HENRY, Registrar iu Bankruptcy. Mil, A. Mokkis, Oltidal Assignee. Hastings ism Jockey Glut). * ; ANNUAL RACES. 1st and 2nd January, 1 8 8 !-. VIRST DAY. To start at IS noon : TRIAL STAKES-i:lO ; for oil horses that have never won a l-rize excelling £10 ; ]j mile ; might for age. To start at 13-45 p.m. : HACK KACF.-K5; for all horses, to be approval ol liy the stcwarde ; 1 mile ; weight 10 stone. LUKCUEON. To start at 2-30 p....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

ryy om stand this season, -*- '. at Clarefield, Rollands Plains, Till; IIK.IVY UKACOHT STALLION General Hastings. Gi.skk.il Hastings is a beautiful liay colt, stands 17 hands hiifli, and built iu proportion. Bred liy Mr. A. town, Hobartville. General Hast ings has nlso Iwhi successful ill tlic show ring, liaving obtained first prize at the l'ort Mac (juarie Sliow for the best two-year-old colt on the ground. General Hastings was foaled October, 1SSS ; cot by Gallant Scotchman (imp.), dnm by Muir Lid (imp.), g.d. by General Cliancy (imp.), g-g-d- *-y Old Tom (imp.) Tkhms— £2 2s single mare ; for two or more mares, belonging to tlic bame owner, a reduction of 5s will be made. THE CREAMY PONY SELLITTO3ST Mill also stand the season at the same place Rkllittos is a beautiful Creamy Pony, stands 14 bauds high, and is well butit. He is by Old Scllittou, out of a well bred mare. Tebhs— £1 each mare. Marcs must be removed and paid for by January Jut, 1S89. Good paddocks will be provided, but...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

KELIClOliS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Church of England. — Hoechwond 1030, Ennis 2'30, Port Macquarie '15, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on October 21— Hollands Plains 10 30. Telegraph Point 2'30, Port Maequarie 7'15, Rev. R. Wilson. Weslkvak. — Kendall 11 and 3, Laurietou 7, Mr. J. White ; Bnnii 11, Mr. R. Woodlands; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. J. Boitwood ; Blackmail's Point 3, Port Mncquario 7'15, Mr. J. Sccombe. Also on October 21— Port Macquarie 11, Mr. (5. Oarrett ; 7'15, Mr. J. Bultwood ; Ennis 11, Mr. J. White ; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. Sceombe ; Black man's Point 3, Mr. R. Woodlands. 1'llKSDVTr.ulAN.-- Huntingdon 10 30, Wauchopc 230, Port Macquario 715. Rev. K. Davidson. Also on October 21— Upper Camdeii Haven 10-30, Kendall 3, Laurieton 7, Rev. It. Davidson. She £ort $tnrijuaric -Hctt's. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1S88.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

The Newcastle Strike. ^ * A %TIiIKK AMONG THE * Boot & Sfioematai A Large Boot WareJtouse SiiqMudet ?? Pwpncnf. mUROUOH tlio abovR INSOLVENCY Vl. MTLET . Has iifirchasod from the creditor, at a 25 nc $&mt discount, u.'-LAUGE and VARlEl *~LADI0ti§jjWTS', A ClIILDBMirS Bootsand Shoes OF ALL DKSClilPTlOKS, Which ho is now offering to tho public c fort MaC'juarie and district at heard of mm As can l»o scon liy liiose ijuoti.-d. F. 11. i ^ctoiiiiined to V^IiKKSliLLnll oU.ora i ilio trade, and strongly iwoimihuimU head of families to -give liim 'an KARLV CAM bo as to sec-urn JJAKVSAINS. All goods a» now boiug sold at 10 ]ier emit jirofit. ftote -5n-s-' 1'rsces : Kid lioots, fs (;d ; Hussiau Iicatlier. C-* Kid Mices, -.s (iJ ; Cliilihvn'.s ISnots, .' '.'?-\ ; Men s Hoots, irom (-& Gd ;, ]j,iilir. Kid Ijui'p, 0«: Mpii's ClotiMop Hiioe 10s; Wen's i: id (l-',' calf ) golosh ttitcl lf-s ; -lun:s lian.1 suw.i, lfs CJ. *' « ? F. HUT LEY, Boot and Shouu) alter, Oljuvnce-ia...

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The Fairy Tales of Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

The Fairy Tales of Science. Men like Edison, Lcusnps, Maxim, and Pasteur, are iloini; tlieir host to l«-ep the scientific world in a state of excitement. Inventions and ' iinprovciiioiits' follow one upon tho other with :i rapidity that is posi tively startling, until .simple folk are con strained to wonder when and where it is nil going to end. According to Parisian innmnliatu tlm Intent- nrlditirm fn flip lYill nf scientific experts is M. Ciyor^n Ville, n learned cluiinical investigator, who, having devoted his lifu to the subject of chemical analysis, is now nidt'iivouriug to give tlm agricultural world the results of his experi ments and researches. This scientific Frenchman claims tlir ubility to fertilise soil and produce splendid crops in ordinary localities, or in his own words — to ' cover Sahara with fruitful finlds and gardens.' According to M. Villo, nature gives plants iiiiie.-tontlis of what tliry neod, viz., air and water ; but tho remaining tenth should be furnished ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

For Sale. rjpBAT pillion of land having a frontage of 1 JL chain to the harbour, and adjoining the Koya! Hotel premises at the N. K. corner. Fur particulars apply to the undersigned. JAMISS WUTLKR, Auctioneer, Horton-strcet, Port Maci|iiaric. rmWwwm ? AND CONCERT WILL UU HELD ON 9TH NOVEMBER TO Eaise Funds Ito Vtim IK CONNECTION WITII Hollands Plains Public School. Particulars in a future issue. J. T. STEWART, Secretary. Notice. WANTED, TRNDERS for PALING ABOUT HALF A MILE OB'1 TWO RAIL FENCE, at per rod. Full information on application to the undersigned. Tenders to close on Saturday, 20th Oct. J. E. FLYKN, Owen-striict, Port lltcquarie. 10s Reward. LOST, A SADDLE, between Rlackmau's Point and TolcKraph Point, on Friday the 26th ult., from oil' the Kempsey coach. The above reward will be paid on delivery of tho same to \V. 1. LANK, Poit Macquarie. A PUBLIC MEETING ' WILL Ik held nt the CARlUNfiTON INN, WAUCHOI'K. on SATURDAY, 20th Oelobcr, at 7 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of form...

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Latest Special Telegrams. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 13 October 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. SYDNEY. Thursday. uauie communication witli Jiuropo is again iutcii m|i ed, owing to a firwik lietwiwii Port Darwin and DaujjowaiiRir, 41 milus from the iknjowaiigio ond. While grappling for the old cable the repairing ship smeied the new one. Rnpne nlfna flin 1Tuii.tr Afnti n !.i.i.t..nH»nH was sentenced at. Artiihlalu to fifteen years imprisonment for sticking up the Bundurra Invcrcll mail in 1683. Wulter Grieve was further committed for trial for forging the nane of John Fry to a cheque for £10. Thu committee of the patriotic fund have returned 85 per cent of the subscriptions to contributors, and recommends the balance to be given to local charities. 40,000 persons attended the funeral of Sir Anthony Musgrave. The procession was two miles long. * Shares in Block 14 advanced 10s yesterday. Friday. The broken cable hus linen buoyed, and communication will shortly be restored. The Government give a dinner to their parliamentary supporters on the 22nd inst....

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