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Our Timber Trade. MR. LAURIE'S MISSION. ITS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Oar Timber Trade. ME. LAURIE'S MBSIONj|fj*i ITS RESULTS. Six months ago almost to a flay Mr. Joseph Laurie left Syduey for England and Europe for the jmrp§se of endeavouring to Cad e. inaitet tor Australian timber.' He hue just returned to Syduey by tbe lJ. and G. mail steamer Killarat, and a representative of the Pert Macquarit Sfewt lost uo time in waiting upon liim ut bis hot$l. in nynuey, m order that a people peculiarly, and iudeed pecuniarily, interested in Mr. Laurie's mission should bear something til its result. If that gentleman can succeed in opening up a profitable trade 'in Australian timber with tVie 'markets of the old world it innans luoney for ?districts like this. Mr. Laurie was quite ready to talk of bis trip. He said ' Tan must nurterstanfl at the tmt that I do not think eur Australian ! ?hardwoods are any good for caVmet making. Thin ' ?conclusion I have arrived at for many roasins, so that when I tveut out into the world to try and find ?a market for them I did...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For Ever True. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

For Ever True Chapteb XIII. But the morrow was not yet born, and the night was only new. What he bad suffered no one t-ut himself could ever know. His pride, Ins very heart's being, bad been shivered at the blow. Love, that levels all things, had erased from his senerous mind all Question of in equality between himself and Nancy. It was nothing to him that she had passed years of her childhood in a common home, that her Burrounding^had |-eeu vulgar, her couuoc tions plebeian. _ Ho had loved Jier, that was enough; against all the world he -would have upheld her ; she was pure, good, a true gentlewoman ; it was sufficient for him, and he loved her. It seemed to him, looking back now, that ho had loved her from fho very first— from the moment when she had clung to his arm that bygone January night, and he had struck her cowardly tormentor to the mud. Had not her sweet eyes haunted him, and could he ever forget the quick rash of pleasure that filled him when she put her small hand in hi...

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

Cricket. POUT MACQCARIK V. BjlWimv laijtsn. A match between the above clubs came off on Saturday lost, on the local ground, and resulted in an easy victory for the visitors, as will be aeeu by the following scores : — Port Macquauie— 1st innings W. A. Siience, bT. Warltera ? 20 J. Stewart, |- T. Wnrlters ? 1 XV. Hattersley, b. T. Warltera ... 1 J. K. Flynn, I b w, b T. Warltcrs ... 0 A. N. Pountncy, c Smith, b T. Warltcrs 0 Dr. Goode, b T. Warltera ? 0 A. Thorpe, h T. Warlters ? 3 K. Wilson, run out ? 0 C. Lockton, c Smith, b H. Warltcrs... 8 G. Ruthven, not out ? 7 H. Spcnce, b T. Warlter* ? 3 Sundries ? 3 Total ? 46 2nd innings. J. Stewart, c and b T. Warltcrs ... 20 W. Hattersloy, b G. Rccd : ? 5 Subititute, b T. Warltors ... . 0 J. K. Kiynn, b G. Trotter ? 7 A. N. Pountncy, bT. Warltera ... 0 C. Locktou, b G. Reed ? 1 E. Wilsou, b G. Reed ? 6 Dr. Goode, run out ? 10 A. Thorpe, b T. Warlters ? 3 G. Ruthven, b T. Warlters ? 0 H. Spcnce, not out ? 2 Sundries ? 10 Total ? 04 Hawiion...

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 — 3 November 1888

35T O qyr O/3Q . TTAS JUST REIUfi-'NEO from %-&«# NEW and SEASONABLE -3O0DS, wWch he is prepared to sell for -25 nrit ?-ir-M- iLJiSS TEAif ANY OTHER «TORgtS SPOWN, Gall and see -our Jpretty ?Ztipirt'rs *nd Prints, and *you will iljnd I «tvBr/uiaike « # splaeb, -doitig nothing 'but a 'legibimlrto 'business. - ' A -Splendid Jjot of Menfc and 1$-ttthlfc ready-made CLOTHING, at prices thai olofy competition. ' * - T* !Trtl)f\Trt - O ? i_lj ? ....... ? i^^b'U i.o.itJv-i\itjxK) a -specialty, every ae^enp tien t-f Clothing being made on tiii; .premises, « ?and lit .guaranteed. A trial solicited. * * Don't Forget). We live iu Horton-stK^t, * -and never make a splash, -as too ©lafty splashes -cinj-ty the can. P. COHEN* aOUTON-STKBKT, PORT MAGQUAftlE, O.H.M.S. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LEASES of the following FERRIES, for « MONTHS, fro» the 1st tif JANfr ? ARY, i«89, WILL BE SOLD uf^e ?COURT HOUSE, PORT MAOQUAEIEi at noon oh MONDAY., 12th &GVEMBER NEXT, * ? Eknis ' Telegraph...

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

:*-$# f h e f, G e n e ral Public. - ** lit GOODS. MEW GOODS. :r'''*'....'--,'''-'''.'-*.' ^lioiiiiies* €»r€»€»aM?Bi. -????-???'?*. «?- ? ? - _ ? ? ' ? ? ? ? , ,1 I, I,, i t ? ii iffi i 1 1 . .., ,M I, ' 1 1, i, _— In tendering his thanks to the public of Fort Macquarie and the Hastings District for their Liberal* Support in the past, has much pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of Goods now on sale at* the 'West Fort Macquarie Store. * $ Ho Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading the public — everything1 advertised is of reliable and sterling quality. He is now openings large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of the following :— Drapery. Fancy Prints, at 3d per yard Prints, &t 4d, 5d, Cd, 7d, 8d, end lOd per yard Striped Zephyrs, at 4d, 6d, 9d, and Is per yard Fancy Drillettes, 7d, 8d, and 9d per yard Fancy Beagle Stripes, Cd, 7d, and 8d per yard Fancy Plates, 8d, 9d, and lOd per yard Plain Sateen, 7d, 8d, and Is per ya...

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 — 3 November 1888

Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. mHE RATES OF INTEREST ON JL FIXED DEPOSITS, far 3, C, and 12 months, Hate been raised to 3, 4, and 5 per cent. \V. A, It. SLADE, ilauager. Port Mucquario, * November 1, 1888.

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

Progress Committee Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the Port Mac quarie and Hastings District Progress Com mittee was held at the Star Hotel, Port Mac quarie, ou Saturday last. - The following delegates were present — Messrs. J.MJibbard (president), W. Warlters, Garrett, Steele, R. Oraie. T. Sutors. O. Bransdon. D. Bain. G. Suters, Rowsell, Jas. Campbell, W. Bransdon, G. Lindsay, and A. E. Pouutney (secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed ; after which correspon dence, as published in the local press, was read. * Referring to a motion carried at the last meeting of the Committee, iu reference to the removal of the dredge from Andrews' Falls to Bain's Falls, the secretary stated that he had written to the Harbours and Rivers Department, requesting that their wishes be carried out. He had received no reply to the communication ; but Captain Hamilton, from the Macleay, had informed him that the let ter had been forwarded to him (Hamilton) to report ...

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 — 3 November 1888

* The -Newcastle Strike A STRIKR. AMONG THE . Bopt & Shoemakers. i-4 Large BooOVarehouse Susjicnded * *f ' t'ayineut. mHROUGn tlie above INSOLVENCY I. IUTLEY Has purchased from the creditor, at a 25 pt-r cent discount, a LARGE and VARIED STOCK of LADIES', GENTS', -fc CHILDREN'S Boots and Shoes OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Which he is now offering to tho public of , Port Macquaite and district at - * UNHEARD 'tf PRICES As can 1?e seen liy those quoted. F.^I. is * a determined to UNDERSELL all othoit in * tlio trade, and sLrongly ruconiinonds heads of families to give liiui an EARLY CALL, %o as to secure BARGAINS. *AH poods arc now being sold at 10 per cent profit,. Note these Prices i Kid Boots, 8s 6d ; Russian Leather, Gs ; Kid Shoes, 4s Cd ; Children's Boots, 3s 3d ; Men's foots, from 6s 6d ; Ladies' Kid Lace, 9s; Men's Cloth-lop Shoes, 10s ; Men's kid (!i-g calf) golosh stitch, 15s ; Men's liuuJ sewn, 18s 6d. F. HUTLEy, Boot and Shoemaker, Clarence-street, Port Macquauie. # J. MAD...

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 — 3 November 1888

Local aad General News. Regatta. Meeting. — On Tuesday last a uienting was held at the Star Hotel to initiate preliminaries in connection with the annual regatta. The Mayor, Mr. James Mclnhefny, filled the chair. The fixing of the date for holding the reeatta occupied some time, as tho meeting evinced a desire to meet the' convenience of boat-owners, at tho same time avoiding a clash with the regattas of the Macleay and Manning. As the annual race! take place oil the let and 2nd January next, it was thought advisable to hold the regatta on the following day, Thursday, 3rd January, and this date was agreed upon. The follow ing officers were then appointed : — President, Mr. J. L. Ruthven ; vice-presidents, Messrs. F. B. Hales and W. A. Spence ; judge, Mr. J. Hibbard ; starter, Mr. A. E. Pouutney ; treasurer, Mr. W. J. Macdonnell ; secretaries, Messrs. J. Hayward and A. E. Pountuey ; committee— Messrs. E. T. Mulligan, Slade, Flynn, Jennings, J. Hibbard, junr., James Mclnherny, J. Laur...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Suicide of John Meehan. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 3 November 1888

Suicide of John Meehan. THROUGH the courtesy of the editor of the Macleay Argus we are in possession of the following particu lars of the death of John Meehan, a native of Port   Macquarie, which took place on Saturday last:— An inquiry was held before the district coroner,   Mr. J. Ducat, on Saturday last, into the circum-   stances surrounding the death of John Meehan, at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday, the 27th Oct.     The jury having viewed the body, the inquiry was adjourned till Monday, at 10 o'clock. On the resumption of the inquiry, Tom Glanville     deposed : At about 4 o'clock an the 27th inst., from information received, I went to the Commer cial Hotel, Kempsey, and on the second story, in No. 7 bedroom, saw the dead body of Meehan lying on its back on the bed ; the body was fully   dressed, with the exception of coat and hat; saw no indication of a struggle; felt th...

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

Marriage. STEWART— COX.— On 24th October, at the resi dence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. S. P. Stcvart, John Thomas, eldest son of Clement Stewart, of Rollauds Plains, to Elizabeth Anne, third daughter of James T. Cox, of Oxley Island, Manning River. The Port Macquarie News. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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What Great Men Have Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

; W$ MtiMM&RjtMs*. I cAirtJor imagine how a manwho tliints at nil about himself,, and yet r2uBaSi to !hear anything about God, can endure life without Svesriiitifis'aud sftlfflibhopance;-^-liismarck, . ?'Noth^iiB is «o: injurious -as £ unoccupied time. The human heart is like a millstone ; if %6W put wheat; wnder it, -it grinds -the flour ; if you put no wheat it grinds on, .lint then !tis, itself it wears away.— Marshall sA.ftP.HiAf Or ?T!M No visor does become black villanry «o well as soft.'iand' tehaerT flattery.— Shafee- epeare. . - Act well; at die ? moment/and you .Lave performed a good action to all eternity. — Lavater. ??' '? ??,..' '.'? -*? Shakespeare was an intellectual ocean, wuubB wavua lvuuiicU|^u-4jiiu .auurtss vl uuii^^ii thought, within whicWSre all the tides and currents and p(ilseB, upon whicli lay all the lights and shadows, and over which brood all the calms,, and swept all the storms and tempests of which the human soul is capable,— IngersolU What is i...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Wonders of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

Wondirs gf the Sea. The sea occupies .three-fifths of the surface of the earth. At the^depth of 3500ft. way es are not felt. The temperature is the same, varying only a trifle from the ice of the pole, to the burning heat? of the equator. A^mile* down the water has a pressure of a ton to gie nmtAMA ??«nli Tf a Unv CFf Aaar\ warn fillnri auuaii; ?.Liisii- J-&. u uua uiui uui^m 'utv uii^u with sea water and allowed to evaporate under the sun, there would.be two incites jtof salt left at the bottom.' Taking the averagl depth of the ocean to be three miles, there would be a layer of pure salt 230ft. thick on the Atlantic. ' The water is colder at the bot tom than at the surface. In the many bays on the coast of Norway the water often freezes at the bottom before it does above. Waves am. very deenptivn ; to look at them in a storm, one would think the whole' water travelled.. The water stays in the same place, but the motion goes oij. Sonictirais in storms thesi; waves are 40ft. ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some of the Tea We Drink. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

Some of the Tea We Drink* A correspondent writes to the London Standard as follows, and the same may be the case in Australia. : —'As a tea planter,, aud consequently much in terested in the subject, I write to protest against the vile rubbish now being sold in London, and all over .the. country. «a tea. , I got a sample bom A; conutr^towna short time -ago,' which the grocer' waB selling at U per Ib., and for which he informed me he gave 4£d in bond. He then has to pay Ci. tier Ib. dutv. and carriage, nossiblv another farthirie. This leaves him a profit of only a penny per Ib. Now, this tea has been sold to him by a London merchant at certainly not less than a halfpenny per Ib. profit, more probably three-farthings, or a penny ; say a halfpenny. We thus have this tea sold in Mincing-Ianc at 4£d per Ib. ; some is sold at a lower figure even than that. Out of this the grower has to pay an export duty, in China, of not less .than 14d per Ib.,- leaving. 2 Jd to -;row the tea, get a prof...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. November [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

^&ti%%Mnms®®&m ''I1 .-II ? ! If., JH. .1: »™.,i,..-iV -i.-li 1T ft ?* :???...?. ? 'lONDO^i vt ?*/? ' The'^liitesl' Vetiifn|, for iWa'Jww-&^ ftresid.ency *re ;Hafiigjn $0J, iOlev^a.iid^jieSj ^Bfeneral- Gourko, ;? cpminauder ? vt thp .EuBsiah ' jarniy 1*|5 * Poland, -;*as; = warned Germany and Austnk nbt to preit Russia too lightly. H'tannted too 'tar '^j^tWij1 would order the Russian -troops to jcrpsj? fhe fmnftnf in fmAntir^Aiiv ltnnrc ? anil *f-1taf whef tt^W ifeanrt ftUr tfeea^ would 'prove them worthy'©! their country. .:-.' j Henry Arthur Blake, Governor of Nev J0;oui»d!aad, has l»oa. appointed Governor of Queensland. ' '' ?'. ???-'? *?'?- ? Mr. Joseph Obamberlain has gone to New York : to -marry; Miss Endicptt ,. ': . .The charges against the Bishop of Lincoln, for ritualism, have been referred to the Arch bishop of Canterbury. ???'?$? Mr. Gladstone soys he will not retire from political life while the Irish question remains unsettled.' ?....'?' M. S. Da...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Financial Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

IliMiiisjr' weak, , cfliiiLUjeuofn Tiy ^^otrogpeet^f ijiis ste.temei|fejanaderiri July last, and before eKplajui3g%a st^te^of^ae financos at thp prese^^|i^^vWcV fcetproijSi6od to do as show'the wealthmnd progress of the colony, 'Ho showed first that the population of this colony was the^most numerous of all thp Australian colonies, arid that her pastoral, mineral, agricultural, ancl' lnanufactunhp resources were abundant, while 'the cost ot living was about the most, moderate of all the colonies. He pointed -oct that our sheep' had increased from 19 million* in 1873 to 47 mitjJGiis in ? IS87 ; and that -Sir export of wool had increased in. a, similar ration He next referred to the expansion of the mining industries j and with r«garB to the agricul tural inturest, hn showed the steady increase of land under crops until in 188T it reached no less than 10,016,000 acres. Further, hts denied that New South Wales was deficient in manufactures as compared with the other colonies. On the co...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Seasonable Request. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

A Reasonable Bequest. Thr petitioners for a Government ferry*, to connect Rawdon Island with the mainland on the southern side of the Hastings River, should lfave no difficulty in obtaining their request, seeing that it is of such a reasonable nature. There are a large number of people living on#the Island— almost every inch of ? which is valuable agricultural or pastoral land — and their only means of outlet is across a ford^at the western end of the Island. When this ' tributary of the Hastings is crossed — and at times it is very difficult, and even dangerous, to attempt such an undertaking, on account of the depth of water — the people of the Island Cud themselves at Ennis ; and, if they wish to reach Port Macquarie or Wauchope, they are again confronted with the river Hastings, which has to be crossed before either of the letter places can be gained. This naturally cauBes much delay and loss of time ; besides a detour of several miles, if the traveller is on his way from Rawtl^...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

Applications for permission to substitute improvements cither wholly or partly in lieu of fencing should bo carefully and accurately prepared, as they are liaDle to be objected to uy holders of adjoining lands, on the grounds that the boundaries are good fencing land, trespass, etc., and the Local Land Board is at liberty to grant or refuse the application. F O. Lagerlow is willing to prepare these applications for 10s Gd, and take them before (the Board for 10s 6d extra. Selectors in the Port Mocquarie District can have these applications prepared and lodged without leaving their houses, by writing to F. 0. L., ?who will at oncn reply and give them particulars of the information that ho may require. Mrs. Cleveland, wife of the United Statee President, is a teetotaller, and through her persuasion Cleveland has given np liquor. ?Republican Harrison, who is a candidate for the .?Presidency, is also n. teetotaller. Tbe Victorian Treasury returns for tbe past month amounted to £829,592,...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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District Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

District HeguirementB. The Secretary of the Hastings River Progress Committee, Mr. Pountney, has received the following letter from the ?members for the district : — Sydney, -3rd November, 1888. 'Sir. — We have vour letter of Slat Dntnhnr enclosing four petitions, as stated, which shall all be presented as ycu desire. We will at once make the request on behalf of your committee as to the dredge being sent up the river. * We find, on enquiry, that the 'Joseph Garner' wa* sent away because it was understood that the ?dredge was to go on the slip, but that the maBter misunderstood his instruction!. There is now, how ? ever, a more suitable tugboat ready to proceed to Port Macquarie directly the dredge is ready for A-ork. There has been no favoritism shown, nor lias thfl relative importance of the Bellinger anil the Jtiiutings becu in question. — Yours truly, C. J. ROBERTS, J. H. YOUNG.

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The Melbourne Races. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

? , The Melbourne Eaces. (br Telegraph.) ? . . Sydney, Saturday. Theru was an immenoe concoursp of people ?at Flomington to-day. The following are tho pinners ; — Melhonrne Stakes — Australian Peer 1, MentOT 2, Tradition 3. Hotham Handicap — Mara 1, JVIcnotte 2, The Maribyrnong Plate— Necklet 1, Oarrington 2, Rudolph 3. The Derby — Ensign 1, Carbine 2, Melos 3. Tuesday. The attendance was again very numerous, - even more so than on any previous Oup day. The following are the winners ; — Hurdle Race — Blue Mountain 1, Incident 2, 'Maroney 3. Railway Handicap — Tourbillon 1, Plutarch 2, Lord John 3. Kensington Stakes — Tippo 1,-Lady Agnes 2, Britomarte 3. The Cup— D. S. Wallace's Mentor, 8st 3Uis.. 1; West's Tradition, 6st. lllbs., 2; Cook's The Yeoman, 7st. 81lis., 3.

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