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NAMBUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

KAMBUCCA. ? [rnOM OUR CORRKSPOXDEXT.] Havinb received with pleasure the first issue of the Port Macquarie A'etos and' Hastings River Advocate, and having an interest in th« old Port, 1 have resolved to send a few lines to its tirst local paper. ,'The weather at present is very uncertain. Rain fell from Saturday cveniner till Sundav night, steadily, but without intermission. It still remains dull, but hopes are cntertaujeds of its clearing oil'. ' ) *** The farmers are busy prepariug their 'JaAds for ploughing. *Thp %^mmfik^iiia,i and the satisfactory VJmMiiim&l^iMgzl present, scums +?» p7'Milt I]] mmi luJJM^faBm ».ui that faik ti'mMgmgmSM Our entcn-rislhBiJlfl|i|JMBM I W||||l| |ff is erecting a new1 BJt^^MHpiW pleU-d, will be the'WifrOTnwl^^endglten ' will iuive in ucticiL Ho. liisaJw- erected a large liuilding in which ''heniltShTds'lo^ opeu a tstoiv. lliib will be a gr..»t afl vantage to the siin-oimding nei^iliourn, as they arei-blig.^l to S'-nd to tiyiliiuy for their goo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

ALL Persons havfog any clolms ulSa^^H^f oftliel,itoJoliuriioiiip3on,ofPoitMaI£SiSe; I Dealer, are requested immediately to send in their j Accounts to the Undersigned Kxecutors.andtowuom I ajj Uebfs dun to the deceased are to 1}o Jiaiili f ~ ' \ M. SI'RNCR. G. LITCHKIKLD. Pgrt Maoqnarlc, 11th July, JS82. To Fencers, Bushmen, and Others. WANTRD to erect Borne TJiree Hundred Rods of Four-railed Fence atLetterewn, Hastings River. Abundance of good spHtfug timber in tlia I iniinediatc locality. Apply for particulars to . ' d. 'a\£&,[\-:y±''~ jj ^^^^ TO LET, OX Clearing Lcisn, r- YiTin.. 40 Acres splendid 1 alluvial liruuh Land. 'J'eins verv aw, Apply- J (-.. J. WILSON'. ' Willesl.ro. ( JAMES BUTLER, 5 Auctioneer & Ginwril Aqi'iit, H0RTGN STR1-BT. ? ' ? £ A«cnl'S. M. Herald,' 'S. .Viil,' UnitfiiJ Insur, ': a ice Cgjip*:i..' j' Caution to Tru;jis.ssor,s. ' A I-T- Oittlu foun.l ?|-rusIVssin?lon tho Rum of tiic X J\. UndursiKii'J'l at Tun M.V; Ci-.n-k «ff-- -:-1 t ?-'Otli In...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROLLANDS PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

[?] [?] 9BBHp^ou^w«raeklvvwwet^N«iewK l)r, f^J^ftmting Drink?' tp^n.all tut ipIvewiSracer ItVS^l&Almttllre lerenot^ioretoLeartheieotu^ os|( iw ailWor&'hcaru.g I tbirik Uiattlie people #%a'Tl«ins must have an objection 1 to SaoluTtteeunga, as it is almost impossible to |^8§HEp5l-«6tr*aethera.tauy tune, efen ffi%|«iCi»t|-eqp1e^e excited. Very ofym i4a5^g»tei«m»0it^et the electors li^rei fc^jther 16 Address theaL InIo not kapw iowitis, lor myideais, ili»t pargo and fcn Ife^WtesaU last week was v|ry . Mr. Mtor, #W^Hi fin which %e A dB»!er^S«WW^|Htt] the Agricultural tiociotVi tJwne-inonQisigo thei^.weiiey^^e)*!^^!!^^^^*1^ about this mattor,; n Opmnii'^eo was appointed nnd atf applicatioii inade to .ilie .-tov«uinent ior a piece 01 iaqa 1 lor a onow-gix)uiia. ' ? An ot&cer was sent to report ; I believe he did sp fttt'ourably, and here the matter seems ? to staud till you come to the rescue. I am sure tliat you would be supported by tlie Jjublic as it would 'be to...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAFTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

&RAPT0N RAGES. FBOM OTO OORHESPOXDENT. Mares Preduco Stakes.'— Ad .V.iloren|, Trwrn, BrislKiue3. » Maiden Plate.-^rHosen)!iry, Jason, Pillibuster, CityHamlican.-rJjulv Voniiuh. Youni: AiiStraliai!, RoyjBleud. ' ' '' ? Vrinco of Wales Stakes.— Cedric, ftecrnit, Evtj, Dcrliy (i-t.-kes,-^ArrQ^'fligl!t, Hacp, I'linco^s gf Lome. ' Hurdle Rac6 ? Cl\estc|-fioM, Calliope. Sii-ea I'roiliice Stakes.— A-1 Valorem, Prism, ^iugiira filly. JookcyClubJIanJieap.— Young Auatraliai), Jason, JJosemary. . _jjk j-, .. , i JJovoI Selling Bace.— rV(r»rlQel{gpiaafar, Fljing Hxuidicap.— Yatoly; gooynung, rSlwnwq^k, restored, fliiit ho' Jiurposes B5ioftly\o i|vffi^p« old Bocne of lalwur. Wo shall lie gU4 to wkmrne j bogle O|ir respacted Pqst Master ayd hope i5ie*J him stronger and happier .after bis holidays. \ * 1 Land Offiok, Pour MACQrARir..— Tlie followii\ 1 Bclections have been takcu up during the past week \i — rKilwunl Qoomlics, 40 acre?, parjali of Jasper, on | thft Forljes River ; Edward Rei...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

T'HWHii I TnE following remarks appear in the Daily Telegraph t^Napolepn once ?. attributed the which disagreed' witti him, and on the saine principle we may attribute the loss of many Acts of Parliament which ought to have passed into law to the vitiated condition i of the atmosphere aud the wretchedly incpn imi^eut surroundings of ^the higislative halls ngjfbtf- colouyi ; Many'!df--6ur;readers' vill »nn1-tl(-R-i lu- astonished to Innrn that Hin ^^diag in which the laws of the oldest and fTOMjiiest of the' Australian colonies are igtacted was one^Hmo a barrack hospital, «|nd ipp|p_-:jts appearances we ^trSliidi&lwlude that it'may also*have been a barn, though we have, aojnecon|^p|« having been applied to such a purpolKr Va wJotorit %a«d bush-like ap peannae, however, is mt the greatest defect of wiiiclt. there is reason to complain. The joists^b*amS'«M woodwo-k%r° honey-combed by the white ant, and the whole place, is falling, to dpcay and disrepair, and this, in spite of t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

SYDNEY. [PilOU OUU UOaitK.SPON'DliVT.1 I iiavk received n copy of tli-! first issue of the Port Mncquariv Newt and Hastings River Advocate, and have much pie- -uiv in wishing th«^ journal a long and prosperous career. Newspapers are biyominj^ uioiv and more, mighty engines for the public good. By them, wrongs are exposed, rights pro claimed, and the influence, exerted bv them on the people is incalculable. The editor then imposes, on himself, duties of a very important and trying character ; and it behoves all the. well-wishers of society to give him all the support in their power. Another of the spheres of usefulness of a newspaper, is the supplying of the people with the news of tlie day, and I will try to give a short account of the events that arc passing under notice in the metro]ioli£. Public interpstin Sydney is centred greatly in expectation of the arrival of Sir Henrv Parkes. Everybody, excepting, perhaps, the. fault-finding Forster, is ready and willing to give a great dem...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

LATEST j . FBOSI OUR COBRKSPOXDHNT. LONDON July 22. lmnTV-six turopeaus wore barbarously niiir devod in tlie presence of Arabi Bej' by liis ordeM, tlie details are most lioirible and excite tlie greatest indignation throughout, the United JGnyloui. Port Said is crowded witli European fugi tives. An attack on tlie town is feared. Tli'* in habitants are appealing for protection to th' British Admiral. . Aram uoy nas onieren a general crusade and announced war to the knife against tlie British. Troops are rapidly moving towards the ports of embarkation. Sir Garnet Wijls »ley takiis the mipreoic command, Genehi! A«lyc is appointed chief of the staff of the British Army in Egypt. : Mr. Bradlangli aiid others liave been co)n mitted for trial for blasphemy contained in an article in a free thought periodical The Dnke of Cannaught, Sir Archibald Alison, and Sir Evelyn Wood have applied for a command of the brigade serving in Egypt. The British forces are in psssession of tiie Bay and villag...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

Our North Coast Railway. The matter of a north coant railway, from tlie til-cat Nurthurn Railway at Mnitlaml, ria Strouil, (iluuccster, Manning, and of necessity l'crt Mac qu'aric, to the Clarence River, is ngitating tlie ininils iif those interestcil in the proposed desirable work. From the following interesting article it will lie seen thnt a large meeting was held on ?Saturday last, at Stroud, nt which a resolution was mmiliiimnnlv' nntuwd mlvru*nf.intr fliA HtMiiraliilil-.v nf carrying out tliis importaut rail»tty u-ork, with as little delay as possible. The Mnitland Mercury Ims given this question attention, nnd advocates .1 co-ojiemtioii of the people of tlie Hunter, with this effort to procure bo desirable an object. Then comes th* large and important district of tlie Man ning, which ia also one with us in thia matter, j j j we linvu a i'rogicta Committue formed, aud are ! at have - ft Inrgc meeting on Tuesday next, at t 0 Royal Hotel, for the purpose of considering soi |p; i...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

SHIPPING DEPARTURES. July 22nd.—Victoria (sch.). July 27th.—Summer Rose (sch.).

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. Received, Friday, 2 [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 July 1882

- — mm. ^ .. . ' :j3+*.. JloeeiiBb\-:&]lkv. Sdfi Ssommifcfee wLo4« entrnBt^a4TwiUi -)arryjng out the arrangements for ftfeVptemion *t ara-nr*^. - WLtLH The temperance body are organising a monster meeting to support the appointment of Mr John Davis to the Licensing Bench. country dist«ote -,J f 1 - Sr' Segenhoe u at 5 to 2 for the Derby, He* pohtan double {Rfag\bd'Kingsborough ore' at 100 to 7 for the Hawkesbury handicap. The steamer John Elder, with Sir Henry ff^^I^Mi^ff^^io^ib^JUi^v/d at the Cape. ? ? The City Council, yesterday, unanimously adopted die committees report iu the iron railway quesjio'tt.- -''Mr. ^Joh« ? Davis 'wm' present) and again emphatically denied accu sations of bribery brought against him, con sequently matters hay^'ceased, Jbut*so_fjif The'most^extensive foil of snow*%ver %t perienced in the Australian territory occurred at Melbourne, on Wednesday List. It was it^e hoavi^Et i^M known, for tufe 4-4strdi1j*y; iyeair/ ; . andlexteudea over *lie Wiole so...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News [?] KOREE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

^mmmm^im mmmmsmmm;±-j&-«:- [?] I;^pel|Sil|?wei-s-±lint-i5)B' Imye Ut last ^;|-j3isteii&g^ito^b: otir huuit-16 petition. ;;? : Our J^l^to'^ii^JMig^ljCoree cau now boast of liayiiig Siii^'fiSbferieuced contractor at work on it re ;, i-nf^£,sonie.,of the worst, parts,., the woiiuy j*iant-id not being sufficient for the whole. But we rest confident in thu hope that what GovcruineutTiave 'taken in hand they will see properly and decently accomplished. ? SnnooL ;AT; EbllBE.-— We ™-e thankful to SKe tliatsfceJiders ar« invited fur the erection of new Public School buildings ut Koive. Tin's we. consider a step in' the right direction, and _ flUtf twit taken before It 'was tiadly wanted for the%»infort of children and teacher. The unconVortalile barn-like constructions that have lifl^erto served for school-houses on the river, tnhiy mind, arc a disgrace, and the sooner tley are level with the ground, and soinntj^g more comfortable and sightly eiuct ^^-*djt*, better. We are gl...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Department of Mines, Sydney, October 11th, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

Department of Mines, ..% iH': %' -1* Sydnt-y, October lltJi^fflS'.W-^iSj Sir, — ] have the honor to aoknofleiigf A'p^:;' reccijit of your letter of the 6th inst./r^^lt^'l in;; that I he road fimm Wiiigham to Ulouc^Cfl- f,^ road via Bungay may be surveyed, «J^K-3 inform you tliat the matter shall rcceivO Wr .Mf? mediate attention. ^ '.- -'./j I liavc, &c, 1 GERARD E. HERRING. J. II. Young, Esj., M.P. / -. ...^

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Post Office, Sydney, 10th October, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

General Post Office, Sydney, loth October, 1882. Sir,- — I am directed by the Postmaster (.ieneiiil to ac.p. aiut you that your letter, dated fith inst., upon the subject mentioned below, is under consideration, and that a further eolnimiiiii'Mi ion resneef our if. will l.e!irhlt-i-«t-rl to you as soon as ^decision has been arrived at in this matter. 1 have, ifrc., ^^.^^^^..^ H. H. LAMJ5TON. j^^Bfti. p. S /^tBB^^^Bj^^Ii p mails leaving Win'... ,,,5 V-1-' I^^Bb^^, TJnu-sduy.s, and Fritlays.i-^-^M[^^^^^^^ DiiX^^^Mfc.. OHiceof Coimiiisr-— ^^^^^^^^^H well, I have the honor Nfl^^^^^^^H local olticcr reports that''.1' '»^cat-nP^^^^^| expending it at Varrawel], and wiU'a^i'ui^^^^H the work required at the otlmr' end '^JSiui^S|Rg visits it. ??'?-! '^.?'^-«%S J Jiavo, Arc, -V|.s-- ? ? 'f» ,3 W. C. BENN&fe ?: MgM J. H. Young, Esq., M.P. -mfr 'imM

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Post Office. Sydney, 10th October, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

General Post Offiw. Svdnnv. lOtliOctobnr, 1882. .Sir,--! am diri'cteil by tlie Pastiiiustcr Cicncral to aci|uaint you that yum Juttcr, dated the (itli inst., ujiou tlic subject mentioned below is under consideration, and that a fur ther communication respecting it will lie ad dressed to you as soon as a, decision has Iwuii arrived at in the matter. I liave, ,vc., ? .. ---, S. II. LAMBTON. J. H. Young, Esq., M.P. Subject : — HwpicKtiii;; that the; Wiiigliani und Woodsidc mail may travel via Killawarra, and tlmt a Receiving Ollicc be established at that place.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Department of Public Instruction. Sydney, 9th October, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

Dciiartiuent of Public Iuetrnctioti^V. ;-fH Sydney, !Jtli Octotiu*, 1882. ? . -? t t- ? Sir, — I am dmtc-tat'l r/» ackliowjtm^e die re- -J wipt of u l.-ttcr, pmsi'iitcil by you, dated 3Uth ultimo, on the subject mentioned below, anil j to state that iUs cuutitutK haxe liBuimlnly notcil, I ami that the matter has bi-i-n i-rfc-rreij to tlm - ' . 1 Arcliitcct ior Public .Scliouls ^AjTattiMitiiTnT' ' --~*r^ \ lia^S Ac, W. WILKINS. ' J. H. Youu-, Esip, M P. ;f .Subject :--L:i'j{iii}{ i-arly inspection of new Public School buildings at Kaudon jhluud.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. General Post [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

Official tforrfgpo-uUn«« [?] Sir,— lleferr^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l December laSt.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J jil'c-sunti'd by -'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Port ]\lau(|iiai^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| certain resideiit^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H the vicinity of J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H tlm Morton s Cr^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H i am (iirecteil ^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| liisjicctor baving^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H a.'.n\ furuisbeil a I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Po.stui:i.sier-t.n'ue,ra^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H oilicc as ru.piu.stu(l,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| uociir.liu^ly been a.spM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| tu ninler.aku the duties ^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I have, ^ci^^^^^^^^l^^l 11. B. Smith, Es.j., M.P. '^I^^^^^^H

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Greatest Ironclad. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

Tho Greatest Ironclad. Of ll readers may have observed that the dreadful destructive power of the I'Znglish iron clad liillexible, shown at tlie bombardment of Alexandria, not only frightened the Kgvp tiau population and troops at Alexandria, but lifts already led to tin1, devising of more perfect protection of seaside fortresses in northern \jreriiiuny. jne june.Moie suoweu in real war wliat many nations have desired to possess themselves -an irresistible warlike machine, lint Inllexibles cost money, ami we find opportunely in an Knidsli paper of August 4, a note of what this iinmence ironclad, in size 4j.ml in power, has cost England ?-?- Tnu Cost of tii f. Ixn.KXinLr. - -A ret:irn just presented to Parliment shows that the tirst cost of building the JuHcvible und con. jtleting her formica services was £ti()9,J-y4. This iiicludes .£.W.I,4-K1 for hull, £20,167 for machinery (not propelling), f.'tS.l:) for masts, a:id l.i,:-7S for rigging, boats and store. The above items include ma...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

TO TUK Kl.ITOK Or Till'. I'OIIT MAriJIAIMK XI1WS. Sin,— Iii tlie Miicluay Chmuh-I,-, under date iSth Septriuher, und occupying the position of a leading article, occurs :- -well I tJiink if mis be inserted be fore the word leading it will better designate the article in que-tion. ' Another glaring ex ? pie of 1 the results of centralization is to lie found in this! 1 cannot see the example in the fact, if a fact, con- | biiucrf in the statement which follows, to tlie effect I that the two rivers named are well known tn be not ' second to any in the colony for natural productive nes-. Neither can lace it in the fact that :MI0 persons have made hollies for themselves, struggling hard for the preeiit and hoping for the future. I think most pel sons act in that way iu most places. The example i« surely not to be found iu the next statement, to the ellect that ' Unfortunately for them the majority are selectors owning their own lariiis.' 1 Would have thought this wjis not 11 reas.011 why...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Funny Legal Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

A Funny Lagal Decision. J'oUli men, partner.-; in b.iisness, bought some cotton bales. That the rats might not destroy the cotton, they purchased a cat. They agreed that each of tin! four should own a particular leg of the cat. : and each adorned with beads and other ornaments th- leg thus apportioned to him. 1 m- cat, by a.i accident, injured o. ie of its leg-s. Ti'i- owjer of that member wound about it a rug soaked in oil The cat going too near the lire set the rag on (ire, and being in great pain, rushed in among the cotton bales whciv she was accustomed to hunt ruts. The cotton thereby took lire and burned up. It was u total loss. The tlini' other partners brought a suit to recover the value of the. cotton, against the fourth partner who owned that particular leg of the cat. The judge examined the cast! and de cided thus : ' The, leg that hail the. oil on it was hurt ; tV- rat in ild not use that leg ; in fact, if ht-ld up that leg, and ran with the other three legs. The tjiree ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. We are in no way indentified with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 21 October 1882

(Original tfomsjioiulfiirc We ore iu no uuv i.liM.tifl.iu will, tliu opinions cvprcssu.1 by our t'-irru-l-nli-Juiits. N0T1CK TO CORRKSPOXDKXTS. ' Pioneer,' Out West.— We make it a strict rule to have correspondents gi ve tlieir real names and jKldrasses with nil wniimiiiiiciitioiM-.-iiot for publication, but 111 evidences of good fni.b. You have done neither, and until this rule is obeyed j'.mr letter cannot be liublishcl. ' Anonymous.'1 Wnuchope.-We are obliged by vour b-tter : but :.s it: is trtti Inter fur itiKiM-t.iini in the .\V»y, we are compelled to crowd it out. What we more especially desircare short pithy letters on subjects that have a local interest t'o Port Macquaiic and the surrounding districts.

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