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The Melbourne Cup. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

The MelTjouitoe Cap. (br Telegbaph.) * Svdnkv, Wednesday, Thr following are the acceptances for the Mclliouruc Cup ;— st. lbs, The Australian Peer... ... ... 9 8 Malua ? 9 7 Carlyon ? 9 3 Arsenal ? ,. 9 0 Ben Bolt ? 8 9 Enfilade ? ... 8 6 Bravo ... ; ? 8 5 Mentor ? 8 3 Cyclops ? 8 3 Spade Guinea ? 8 1 - Aristocrat ? ... 8 0 DickSwivcller ... '. ? 1 10 The Yeoman ? 7 8 «? Eecall ? 7 7 Whakawai ? 7 7 Lord Headingtou ? 7 5 Melos ? 7 6 Phaon ? 7 3 Touchstone ? 7 3 RearUheil ? 7 1 Newmoster ? 0 13 ' Chicago ? 6 13 Tradition ? 6 U King of the West ? 6 11 BonpieSpoc ? 6 JO Ensign ? 6 9 ED ? 6 8 Menotte ? 6 7 ' Beryl ? _ ... 6 7 Ilex ? ? 6 7

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Post Office. Sydney, 25th October, 1888, [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

# ? ?General Post Office, Sydney, 25th October, 18S&. sir, — I am directed by the Fostinaster-Genoral to inform you that the communication dated -?} instaut, from Messrs. Dennis Lynskey, W. Morgan, James Hickcy and others, presented by you upon the subject mentioned below, is under consider ation, and that a further communication respecting it will be addressed to you as soon as a decision lias been arrived at in tho matter. — Yours, &c, S. H. Lhheton. SnnjECT :— Applying for a telegraph office to be established at Camden Haven Punt.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Official OorrsspoadoaM. . Ihe following official letters have bees adJrewoS to MeBsra. Young and Roberts, ICo.P, : Department of Lands, Sydney, 25th ©otober, 1888. Sire— Referring to the petition from certain residents of Gamdcn Haven, asking for the cancella tion of Forest Reserve No. 33 (south aud west extension) FarUheB of Ralfe, Queen's Lake, and Camden Haven, County of Macquaris, tc, I hare the honour to invite your attention to the Govern ment Gazette of the 20th ultimo, to which is notified the revocation of part of Forest Reserve No. 93, west and south extension, County of Macquarie, Parishes of Burrawan, Ralfe, Camdea Haven find Quesn'e Lake; area about -6309 -acres. Reserved from sale for timber. No. 33, addition to west and south extension, County «f Macqnario, ftarish of Ralfe, area 320 acres ; and Beserve No. £760, County of Macijiuuie, Parish of Queen's Lake, area 40 acres ; aud the reservation of about 17 acres, 16 acres, 600 acres, 1625 acres, 10 acres, and 20 ?acres...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Financial Statement. RETURNING PROSPERITY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

The Financial Statemeat. EETURNISG PROSPERITY. (Bt TELEahAPfi.y Svdnev, 'Thursday. The Colonial Treasurer, the Hon. J. & ' Burns, -delivered his Financil Statement last night. He estimated tbe total revenue for; the ipresont- year woulfi -be £9,049,464,1 his estimate in December dast having been : £8,511,729, which he incnaased when' making his Statement iin Julyto £^-886,072. ? The {increases which Justified his* present still farther oniarged estimate ;had extended to almost every head -of revenue. The ?estimated expenditure 'amounted to £8,583,282, which, with a -debit balance at the end of 1887, gave s total of £8,719,698 es the araoout -of -charge against the year. The surplus on the year would bo £329,965. 'She revenue for -the year 1889 was estimated at £9,243,610, and the expenditure at £8,876,166, leaving an estimates surplus of £367,444. He regarded the country as having arrived at a stage when ordinary revenue could be made to meet ordinary expenditure without fur...

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 — 3 November 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CuDKcn of England.— Port Macquarie 11 (H.C.i and *M5, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on November II — Bcechwood 10-30, Knnis2'30, Port Macquarie 7.15, Kev. R. Wilson. Weslevan.— Ennis it, Blackmail's Point 3, Port Macquarie 7'15, Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Mac quaric 11, Mr. G. Oarrett. Also on November 11 —Kendall 11 and 3, Lauricton 7, Rev S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. R. Woodlands ; 715, Mr. J. White; Ennis 11, Mr. J. Secombc ; itiackmin's Point 3, Mr. J. White. Presdytkrian.— Rollauds Plains 10'30, Tele graph Point 3, Rawdon Island (Wcsleyon Chapel) 7.15, Rev. R. Davidson. Alao on November 11— Huntingdon 10'30, Wauchopc 230, Port Macquarie 715. Rev. R. Davidson.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Licensing Court. PORT MACQUARIE, OCTOBER 27. Before J. L. Rutheven, Esq., J.P. (chairman), and F. B. Hales, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Lioonsinp Court. Port Macquarie, October 27. Before J, L. Ruthven, Ksq., J.P. (chairman), and F. B. Hales. Esq., J.P. A special sitting of the Bench took place on the above date, when the lollowing renewals were grunted —John MeDounough, Star Hotel ; N\ Daviv, Club Hotel ; and K. Ii. Bottrell, Royal Hotel. Land Sklections. — Thu following land was alienated at tlie Lands Office, Port Macquarie, on Thursday last : — Joscjili Hollis, original conditional purchase, bf CO atres, in the county of Macquarie, parish df Jasper ; David lilanch, original condition!).! purchase, of 50 acres, in the county of Mae quaric, parish of Wulibrce.

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Police Court. PORT MACQUARIE, OCTOBER 27. (Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Police Court. Poki Macq.uab.ie, October 27. (Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M.) William Taylor was charged with absconding from his master, Mr. W. A. Forster. He was remanded until the 3rd iuet., to allow time to com municate with the Vcrnon authorities, with the view of having hia indentures transferred. James Gamack applied to have a Vernon boy named Alfred Sullivan transferred to the ship Vernon, on account of ill-health. The request was granted, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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On the Track. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

On the Track. Ik another column will be found a letter from Mr. Joseph Laurie, .T.P., of Camden Haven, which, not alone for its intrinsic worth, and its welcome from an old friend, should command respect and attention ; but ine possibilities to wincn it points must necessarily lead to serious reflection. We also publish in this issue particulars of an interview by our special reporter witli the above gentleman, in which will be found some useful and valuable information. Mr. Laurie went to the old land not accredited with letters of introduction to that dim Downing-street recess in London, known as -the Colonial Office, but ho went straight to head quarters. Those who know him know how earnest he is in everything he undertakes, and those who are acquainted with him will ?thoroughly realize that it was not alono his own interests that he strove to promote by a trip to England, which will be as memorable in days that arc to come as La Cusas from America and Macarthur from Spain. Mr. l...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. I + XONDON. ?October 30. i In connectSen with tbe Parnellite inquiry' tho banks have ?been directed to produce the tank books of tho Notional I/eague. It m repsfted that Stanley, with «U liis party -except two, have been massacred. yrisod. ^ General Boulaiignr ireceiveS an 'Ovation/ from 1,000,000 people in Paris. *? Sir Lionel Sackville-West -intends resign-! ing his positdou as British Minister at j Washington. November I. Vizotelly, a Uondon publisher, has 'been' fined £100 for publishing books alleged 'to be! indecent. Parnelle signature to a letter published in! the London Times has boon identified, and it' was proved that P&rhell communicated with ' Sheridan, who waB implicated in tho Phoenix Park murders. The same witness, M. . ,0'Shea, -was aware -of iParnell'e -connection I with crime in 1886. ? Twenty-one persons were killed by an acoident to the Czar's train, en the Azot railway. Several of the Czar's fluite were, amongst the killed. A de...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Eaais. (from our correspondent.) Weather. — On Monday we had a thunder-storm, and light showers up till noon on Tuesday. These frequent showers cause nature to present a very luxuriant appearance, as well as render the land very moist aud easy to till. I don't know of any min liprA whn was *vimnAlla/1 fn mnlnnt maize, though I hear of some having to do a great deal of this very unpleasant labor at Gowrie and other of the surrounding localities. Postal Ikbpbctor. — The postal inspector, Mr. Tucker, visited our post office last week, and was apparently very satisfied with the state of affairs. He proceeded from here to Wauchope, Beechwood, and Rawdon Island. Aboriginals. — Some 'time ago I men tioned that the Island, opposite Ennis, hod been taken possession of by the aboriginals, and now I am pleased to report that they are clearing and felling it, and growing a little maize, thus giving the place a more attractive as well as profitable appearance. Religious. — The members of the Ang...

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Accidentally Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Accidentally Shot. A boy named John ITourigan, aged thirteen, was accidentally shot dead by his brother, on the Upper Macleay, on Sunday last. Parti culars of the accident, stated briefly, are these :— Three brothers, Arthur, John, and Dan, aged respectively, 16, 13, and 11, went away together from their father's home to look for opossums. They carried a gun with them. After going some distance in the bush, the boys came to a hollow tree, and John — who was carrying the gun — gave it to Dan, and went to look up the tree, and afterwards climbed about eight feet up it. Dan then had the gun under his arm, and it went off while he was so holding it. Johu was struck by the shot in the right side of th*e head, and fell from the tree. Dan was about seven yards from John when the gun went oft'. Deceased did not speak when he fell, and died shortly afterwards. How the gun went off appears to be a mystery. The three boys were on friendly terms. Medical testimony went to show that a number of ...

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Telegraph Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Telegraph, Point. (from our own correspondent.} A Sunday-school has been successfully opened here, and is under the superintendence of Mr. T. Branch, who seems to be carrying out his labor of lave in a diligent manner. Our esteemed school teacher, Mies S. Edwards, is bringing the children on in grand style. The residents of the Point are' to be congratulated on obtaining such a competent teacher as Miss EdwardB. Our roads are undergoing repairs. Mr. T. Maher is faithfully carrying out his contract of clearing and gravelling on the Port Macquarie and Kempsey road; whilst Mr. C. Casey is doing likewise on the Hollands Plains road. Why the contractor has abandoned his work ut Saltwater Creek, I am not able to say, but the road is left in a worse state then it was before he began work. Complaints arc continually being made about the careless manner in which tbe mail coaches arc left on the road in front of Mr. D. Keough's accommo dation house. The coaches are changed there, and the empt...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

SHIPPING INTEIXIUUKVK. VORT MACQUARIE. JinRIVALS. October 27.— a.«. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain K. Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Mr«. Freeman; Messrs. Fioeinin and Rnthven, and 2 in the steerage ; also 3 for the Bellinger. Cargo— About 20 tons general merchandise for Port, and 10 tons for the Bellinger. K. Tapliu, from Sydney. Passengers— Mias Wesley, Mrs. Wesley ; Messrs. Wesley and Cohen, und 7 for the Bellinger. Cargo— 25 touB for Vort, and 16 tons for the Bellinger. October 30.— p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Captain Nicholson, from the Bellinger. Octobor 30.— Unique, from Camden Haven. November 1 — s.s. Fernmount, 260 tons, Captain D. Anthou, from Sydney. Passengers— for the Nambucca— 3 saloon, and 1 in the steerage. Cargo — 30 tons general merchandise for the Nainliuocu, and 88 tons of coal for Port Macquarie. November 2. — p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Captain Nicholson, from the Bellinger. DKl'AKTCUKS. October 27.— May Jennings, for Sydney. October 27.— Susie, for Sydney. October 27.— p.s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Qm at) TT^rtnT olAli tl\5Ii!jlj, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNOUGH, ) PROPRIETOR. fT^HE above Hostelry is replete with every JL modern coni'cmVuc*1. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and. well ventilated. PLUNGE akd SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. KT COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM ^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c, ARE 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. (Limited.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under the Companies Act, 37 Vic. No. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AND AUCTIONEERS, ' 168 Sussex-street, Sydney. -T* TT *r ATT*1 1 JOHN TATE I ^'AKAGING DiBECTons. ConsipimentB of GRAIN, FARM PRO DUCE, and LIVE STOCK received, and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. Auction Sales conducted twice each week ot tlieir rooms. Susspx-strfet ; every day (ex cept Saturday) at Darling Harl.our ; Tuesdays and Fridavs at Corporation Yards ; Wednes d...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Port Itlncqnaric Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forster & Co. quote— Maize, 2s lOd to 3s ; oats, seed 3s to 3* fid ; barley, 3s Od to 4s 6d ; wheat, 3s 9d to 4s fid ; onions, 9* to 12s ; hay, oaten 6s to 8s 6d j lucerne hay, 4s 6d to 7s ; chaff, 3s Od to Gs (id ; geese, 5s ; turkeys, cocks 8s to 13s, hens 6s to 7s 6d ; hides, 2d to 3d ; cheese, 2d to 3d j hair, 6d to Is ; beeswax, 4d to lOd j wattle bark, 45s to 60s, chopped 75s to 90s; platypus skins, Gs to 36s ; thcrp, fat 9s to 13s, store 5s to 7s 6d ; Bhocpskios, 2d to 3ld ; bacon, fid to 7d ; hams, Sd to lOd ; tallow, 16s to 22s ; lard, 4d to 5d ; potatoes, 4b 6d to 5s, new 6a to 8b ; eggs, Gd to Sd ; bran. Is 3d to Is Od : pollard, Is 4d to Is 5d ; butter, 1b to Is 3d ; milch cows, 70s to 150s ; horse, 60s to 180s.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [By Elkctric Telegraph. 1 Fridar. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Maize, .'is ; pige, Sd ; bacon, 8d : eggs, lOd ; poultry scarce. Mr. John Bridgelhuote»— Offered 2163 hides to-day, market very bruk, best heavies 3d to 3Jd, green 2Jd to 3d, medium 2jd to 3id, lighU 2|d to 3}d ; tallow, unaltered, sold 102 casks, best mixed L22 to L22 15s, beef tallow L21 15s to L22 12s 6d, medium to good L19 to L21 10s, lower qualities to L18 ; maize, market steady, prime 2s lid to 3s, demand good ; pige, supplies moderate, porkers firm at 4Jd, large sizes 3d, calves telling -well.

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Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Tenders Accepted. The following tenders, for the conveyance of 'mails, have been accepted : — Raymond {Terrace and Miller's Forest, six times a week — William Lynch, horseback, 1 year, £36. Limcburner's Creek, Aliceton, Tea Gardens, and Hawke's Nest, via Covey Creek, twice a week — William Hough, horseback, 3 years, £79 10s 6d per annum. RiiIIuHaIqIi onA TTnnor MtrAll P.ivAr funi»r» ft umnlr — Daniel Dorney, horseback, 3 years, £21 per annum. Noweudoc, Orundumbi, and Walcba, once a week — William Wall, 3 years, £36 per annum. Harrington and Rawden Vale, twice a week — Angus Cbisholm, horseback, 1 year, £12. £rambach, Firefly Creek, Clarksou's Crossing, Failford, and Forster, three times a week— John S. Gallagher, horseback, 3 years, £99 per annum. Taree and Wingham, via Woolla Wbolla, eix times a week— George Scrivener, 2-horse coach, 3 years, £110 per annum. Wingham and Cedar Party Creek, three times a week — William Carlick, horseback, 3 years, £22 per annum. Wingham, Dingo Creek,...

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AUSTRALIAN TIMBER IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

AUSTE4LIAN TINBEIl J\ ECfibrC We take Die following letter upon the above sub ject, fiw.ii the peu of Mr. Joseph Laurie, from the Sydney MUriiiny Herald of October 21th :— 'Sir, —Will you kindly allow vat space to lay some foj;;s bpfo)« the few gentlemen who supported me in tny jnuuM Bugland to teptoatn^ the timber industry ipytM^^ouy;* Tbe above industry does not concern those alone who assisted the causa, but »l.tft tnfinffi.linii Hajari a «fcf linrdwnrlrfhfr Mill inriuafrlnuf; ineu, both ob sheqe and on sea ; for while many of our sawmills have linen idle for want of a, market, many a fine veBeel lias been idle for want of trade, jjp the face of this, as you arc aware, I resolved to Koto Europe to try and open up a trade there. So Suet April I left Jkccolouy with a deterniinatwe to do ray best. I took 13,008 feet of timber with me as a fair sample of -our coTouiul hardwood, Tho Government also gave me samples of street-paving Weeks which had been iu use fur many years. : also let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Another Great Splash ! JENNINGS, PICKETING & CO.'S, THE BIO STOREKEEPERS, IN CLARENCE-STREET, WHO HAVE Just Received Their Stock of to and EasMonaUe ?SPRING AND Summer Goods, AND ARE NOW SELLING THEM At prices that are really astonishing ; And for Style and Taste the Goods Cannot Be Touched in the District, As it is well known that in Low Prices we carry the belt. With the facilities we have for purchasing in the cheapest market, COMPETITORS CANNOT LIVE IN THE SAME STREET WITH US ; and the space we have at our disposal enables customers to have a good look at our goods, and see what they are purchasing. There is no occasion to strike matches in our store to see where you are going. ? Everything is bright and clear, like our conscience, and THE GOODS ARE SOMETHING LOVELY ; and as for the LOW PRICES, we say, with the man whose wife was small for her size, ' Oh, Lor' !' The goods comprise everything suitable for ladies' wear, AND IN Dress G-oocLs, Prints, Sateens, 'Canvas Cloth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

HORTON43XREET, * Begs to tender his sincere tUauks to his numerous friends and customers for their liberal support for the last six years, and hopes to receive their continued patronage. J. II. has again enlarged his premises and increased hts stock, which is entirely to the advantage of his customers. As will be seen by the list below, he also thought it wise to quote a few of his CASH PRICES, at the same time he does not bind himself to a cash trade. . . ? :o: ? MEN'S CLOTHING: Ulack Cloth, Serge, Diagonal, and Tweed Suits Tweed and Moleskth Trousers Block Cloth, Serge, Diagonal, and Tweed CoaU Waistcoats in great variety Merino and Cotton Pants and Undershirts Silk Coats and Overcoats * White, Oxford, Crimean, Flannel, and other Shirts Neckties, Hats (soft and hard felt), and other lines too numerous to locution , Half-hose iu great variety. » Youths' and Boys1 Suits, Trousers and Vests, Trousers, and CoaU. A splendid T ii assortment, and very cheap. » *? Bnirta, Hats, and other ...

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