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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

SPLBNBID FARM at jiunya, Ellonborougb River for sale. All further particulars given on application to W. A. FORSTER*and Co., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Clarence Street, Port Macquaric. Seed Wheat, Oats and Barley ; also Bran, Potatoes, and Onions always on hand. ' Port Macquarie News' UHE$T !!M!HAC, 1889, fTJIHE proprietor „ of the Port Macgv/irie -.I}- Jir«o» ' intends Kss'uihg a 'Slat-so ' Sheet Almanac for the year 1889, provided his eflbrts ,^re assisted by a fair share of adver tisements. The Almanac, which will contain a calendar similar to that issued in Moore's publication, will have a large circulation, and will be distributed gratis to subscribers to the paper. It will 'lie printed in the best style, and on very strong paper ; and we hope to make it a credit to the district. Independent of the large number of copies s required for circulation with 'the ATcws, we shall issue 100 extra for sale privately. It will thus be seen that the above p...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RAWDON ISLAND V. HUNTINGDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 10 November 1888

RAWDON ISLAND V. BDNTIKODOM. The above clubs played a match on Saturday, 3rd. inst., when the Huntingdon team Bustaiued a signal defeat, as will be seen by the scores appended :— Huntingdon — 1st innings. J. Stonehouse, b T. Warlters ? 0 J. Neville, c Kendall, b T. Warlters ... 3 J. Gilbert, run out ? 10 L. Summerville, b H. Warlters ... 3 G. Lindsay, b Smith ? 4 W. Summerville, c and b T. Warlters 6 A. Mitchell, b H. Warlters ? 2 W. Trotter, c Reed, b H. Warlters ... 4 C. Clark, b T. Warlters ? 0 W. Lindsay, b H. Warltera ? 5 A. Fowler, not out ? 11 Sundries ? 7 Total ? 55 2nd innings. J. Neville, b T. Warlters ? 0 W. Trotter, c Reed, b T. Warlters ... 3 J. Stonehouse, b T. Warlters ? 11 J. Gilbert, b T. Warlters ? 0 - A. Fowler, c Reed, b H. Warlters ... 0 L. Summerville, not out ? 10 G. Lindsay, c Smith, b H. Warlters ... 1 W. Summerville, b H. Warlters ... 1 A Mitchell, b T. Warlters ? 0 C. Clark, b T. Warlters ? 9 W. Lindsay, 1 b w, b T. Warlters ... 0 Sundry ? 1 Total ? 36 Raw...

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Licensing Court. NOVEMBER [?]6. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Licensing Qcurt. NOVKMDEOK. Before J. L. Ruthven, E^, J.P. (chairman), and F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. The application of J. T. Ston«house, for a publican's license for the Beeehwood Hotel, was granted^ ? Good News. — Maize has advanced to 4s per bushel. In the Sydney Divorce Court, (Jn Wednesday, in the case of Miller versus Miller, of Nyngan. Cobar, and Vincent Frederick Duiker, Manager of No. 1 West Bogan Station, a rule nisi was granted wjitif £400 damages agaiust the respondent. 'Tlio day seems to have gone by for high prices being obtained for working the ferries. On Satur day last Mr. T. P. Davies, Uoad^ SHperintendcn dent, holii an auction sale at ICempsey Sf ten ferries with little or no success so far asfcriccs went, Only two reached the upset price. Ofi the Manning very little success attended the sale of ferry leases. Sir Henry Blake was origtninatly a draper's assistant in Dublin. He is no* casting about for Governorship.

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The Miners' Strike Settled. WORK TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

The Miners' Strike Settled. WORK TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY. -fi\ Tklkgbaph.) Stdxkv. Fridav. 1 o.ni. Tns Minmi miners have tigned the New castle district agreement, and work at all the mines will be commenced on Monday.

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. London: - ; r - UovemWp.r 14. _ The fippointmonto^EiGktvernor for Qobbiis Hand has fceea referred back to the Cabinet. The Opposition' intends moving the ad joummeat -eE the ;Hoose to ascertain tie vinws--rf*»ie-MimBtry wit'li reference to the ?'appointments of colonial Governors. The Standard u&y sit lias been practically decided to cancel Sir -H. Blake's appointment. I The President of tlie^Paniellite inquiry and Sir Charles Russell' have -received .' 4wc ( threatening letters. . \ Two ox-MoonliRhtprs, in 'giving tiie^r'; evidence, sworw they joinoA with others in ) agrarinn outrages, destroying slieep, and '. that they were ready lo sli'Aot landlords and j commit otbtfr niuiidrt's ii -ordin-ed to do bo. ? Tliey #1bo «wore that the l-agu«rs and Fenians were Weiitieal, anrl all had to swear loyalty to t'ho Irish Rnpu bl ic. ; The Earl -of Oiislow 'leaves for Sew ' Zeailana on tlteSls'tifctirciary, '. ?Jereiniiili Sheelmn, M.P., has been sent - to '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Robert Jury, John Toppiu, aud Israel West were Sound guilty at the Central Criminal Court, Sydney, on Tuesday last, tor being participants in the recent riot at the Newcastle colliery. The Jormer was sentenced to eight months' imprison ment, and the two latter to five mouths' imprison, ?ment, with hard labour, in Doilinghurst gaol. A frenchman n&tnea uunatnei, ior me muraer oi his paramour at Croydon, and a Malay named 'Sedan, for the murder of three Europeans at Kormautou, were hung at Bris^aue on Monday morning. Tradition, who ran second in Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, has been sold to Mr. P. Hcywood for 3050 guineas. A widow named Doyle, residing at Toongabbie, South Gippsland (Vic), cut the throats of her two children, aud then attempted to commit suicide. Reports from the country show that the continued drought is telling seriously upon the crops, herbage, and stock. Aft an effect of the drought, it is reported that the throats of 25,000 old sliccp on the Mahongft stat...

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RAWDON ISLAND V. PORT MACQUARIE UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

TUWBONHSLXXDV. FOOT NACOtTAKtK trKWEll. ' The above clubs met on Friday, Prince of Wales' Birthday, on the Island gi'onnd, and the Port team , tiad a lively time of it hunting after the leather and fielding on rather rongh ground. The scores we as follows : — t. Fowler, c Davis, b GamacV ... 18 W. Reed, c Gamack, h Harris ? 35 A. Smith.b Eowsell ? 2 H. Warlters, 1) Rawsell ? , 0 'G. Reed, b Harris ? 1 ! ?3. Wavlters, b Harris ? 4 T. Warlters, not out ? 118 ?G. Connors, c Slade, b Harris ... ... Jl ?G. Trotter, b Kowsell ? ...45 D. Kendall, b^arris ? 13 ?J. Steele, i-un^t ? 0 SuBdries .., ... '. ... 14 Total ... ? ..261 TORT MACOTARIE UNITED— 1st innings. -f. Davis, b H. Warlters ? 6 IV. Slade, b Connors ... * ? 1 K. Rowsoll, b Reed ? 12 T. McCleary, b Connors ? 0 B. Harris, c Trotter, b H. Warlters ... 5 P. Hales, c Reed, b H. Warlters ... S -G. Gamack, b Reed ? 0 W. Lane, c Waflters, b H. Warlters ... 2 A. Walker, b H. Warlters ? 0 B. Craven, c Reed, b H. Warlters ... 0 ?J. Brien, ...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Chcrcu of Enolasb.— RolUnds Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 2'30, Port Macquaric 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on November 25— Beech wood 1030, Eunis 230, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. K_ Wilson. Weslkvav.— Beechwood II, Rawdon Island 3, Tort Macquarie 7-15, Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquarie II, Mr. J. Boltuood ; Knais II, Mr J. White; Blackmail's Point 3, Mr. Garrctt; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. R. Masters, senr. Also on November 25 — Ktinia II, Rev. D. Gilseuan, Port Macquarie 3 and 7'!5 (Sunday school aunivenry) Rev. D. Gilsenan;. Port Macquarie 11, Mr. U. Woodbinds ; Rollands Plains 11, Telegraph Point 3, Blackman'B Point 7, Rev. S. H. Macdade; Blackman's Point 3, Mr. J. Boltwood. I'KKSDYTKBIAN.-Uppcr Camden Haven (M'Leod's) 11, Kendall 3, Laurieton 715. Rev. R. Davidson. Also on November 25— Huntingdon lO'.'iO, Wane hope 2-30, Port Macquarie 7'15, Rev. B. Davidson. ? ? ? SATURDAY, NOVKM HER 17, 1888.

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WA[?]HOPE V. HUNTINGDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

xvA^frnnnpR v. wnKITKGnott. A match was played on the Wauchope ground on ' Saturday last, and resulted in a 'draw. Appended sarethe scores:— WmxmopE— 1st innings. | T. Siiters, 'I) L. Suinnierville ? 0 W. Suters, c Fowler, -b L. Summerrfne 4 'C. Wan-ell, c liinasay, b L. Summepi'ille V J. Suters, b W. Sutnmerville ? 4 ?J. MillOT,'e'Trotter,'bX.1Suinmerville 3 ? W. -Smith,* and bL. Smnmcrville ... 6 H. Summerville, b (L. SummerviHe ... 0 -C. Casey, c«n& b W. Srnnmerville ...6 | ?3. T hurling, not out ? 4 , E. Suters, 1) L. Suminerville ? 0 . W. ToWler, -c Summerville b Summerville 2 ' Sundries ... ... .... ... 3 , Total ... ? 39 | 2nd 'innings. i W.Sinitlvc-Gilbert.'bL. SuinmervSlle .7 '? ?3. ThurSing, run out ... ... ... 1 ' '? -C. Warre'll, ;b W. Sommerville ? 4 \ W. tutors, « and b W. Summervifle ... 3 ! ?IT. Miller, 'bL.'Summe.ville ? 1 '. ?J. Suters, b L. Summerville ... ...17 '? 'C. Casey, *b W. Summerville ... ... H ; 'T. Suters, c Neville, b 'Suminerville ... 22 JR. S...

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An Agricultural College. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

An Agricultural College. The Government, we are pleased to observe, propose to show some little attention to the farming interests of the colony, by establish ing an agricultural college, and experi mental farms in connection therewith. The idea is one which will commend itself to most people, as our principal source of wealth is derived from the soil. As the Svdnev Horning Herald points out, of all the colonies, -with the exception of Queensland, New South Wales is the most hacknaid in agricultural matters. In 1887 its population of 1,012,919 had under cultivation only 1,048,000 acres, -or about 1 acre per head of population. In Victoria, 2'5 acres per head are cultivated, in South Australia 8'8 acres per head, in Tasmania 3-2 aorta, in Western Australia 2'5 ocres, in Queensland -5G acre per head, and in Kew Zealand 2 '3 acres per head. These figure* show tiow relatively backward Uew Soutli Wales is in the matter of Agri cultural development. There has been some growth during the p...

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Cricket. PORT MACQUARIE V. UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Cricket. POET HAOQCABIB V, TJNTMD. . 1 The second elevens of tlie two local criolcet wibsf played unlatch on SatnrSay last, but owing toWie a wantof time tnsgarnq was drawn in favor of aei old dub, as will be seen by the scores appended jE.1 Pom Mmso.OS.biS— 1st innings. '0. Lockton, run out -... ... .... 2 - . A. J. Thorpe, b Walker ? 3 i A. E. Pountney, b Gamack ? 9 ? E.T. Mulligan, b Walker ... ... 4 ] ?3. E. Flynn, c and b Walker ... ... 9 ?J. Cook, b Walker ? 3 IF. Martin, fcWalkfr ? ... 3 ! IE. Wilson, -c and b Gamack ? 6 ! N. Denhara, b Walker ? 0 ! ?O. Ruthven, o and b Walker ? 1 T. HatteTsley, root out ? 0 Sundries ? ; 7 ? 'Total ? ? 47 i 2nd innings. C. Locktoh, thrown out... . ..,?» ?,.. 1 ?3. E. Flynn, b GamaCk ? 3 A. K. 'Pountney, lift wicket ... ...16 ; E. T. Mulligan, to Gajinock ? 5 j ?J. Cook, c Jennings, b Slade ? 11 ; E. Wilson, net out ? 11 ?G. Ruthven, c Walker, b Gamack ... 6 A. J. Thorpe, T- Walker... ... ... -6 F. Martin, run out ? ... 3 3S. Denham, b Walker ...

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Orange Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Orange Tea Meeting. T:-K annual tea-mooting of tlio Loyal Orange Lodge, Bccchwood, was held ou Wednesday last, at Beech wood. The day was rather warm to be agreeable, but in the utternoon a coal breeze sprung up to tem per the heat. John Sec, Ksq., M.L.A., had kindly allowed tire use of the drogher Hastings to take up passengers from Port Macquarie to Morton's Creek, and many took advantage of the opportunity. We lielievc aliout one hundred took advantage of the juurnoy by water, by far the greater number of these coming in at Wauchope. The attendance at the meeting wan a large one, ahout230 sitting down to tea, which rather tasked the capabilities of supply, as laid iu by tlie caterer, Mr. J. Stonehouse. The meeting in the evening promised to be unfortunate, because of the absence of two of the ?pcakei-s, but those that were there managed to keep up the interest of the meeting. The chair was taken by Bra. Geo. Lindsay, Muster of the Lodge, aud was ably tilled by him throughout the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

FAJMlIiY EMPORIUM, mi %M 'm W mm V $* -. m Begs to tender his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and customers for their liberal support for the last six years, and hopes to receive their continued patronage. J. H. has again enlarged his premises and increased lus'stock, which is entirely to the advantage of his customers. As will^e seen by the list below, he also jthought it wise to quote a few of his CASH. PRICES, at the same time he does not bind himself ton cash trad^ MEN'S CLOTHING: Black Cloth, Serge, Diagonal, and Tweed Suits Tweed and Moleskin TrouBerp ^ Black -Cloth, Serge, Diagonal, laaJJ Tweed Coats - ,, 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 oilier lines too numerous to mention - Half-hose -in great variety. '' ? Youths' and -Boys' Suite, TrouBers and Vests, Trousers, and Coats. A splendid ,. . -assortment, -and Ver...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Local and General 2T«wa. ' Obubch of ENOLAm— The Parochial Council of St. Thomas' Church, Fort Mac quarie, met on Monday last, in ihe Vestry, for the purpose of discussing several matters in connection with the church. The Rev. R. Wilson presided. The first business transacted was the aDDointment of Mr. F. G. Martin as treasurer to the Council ; after which an application from the Ennis people, for bu evening servioe on the first Sunday in each mouth, was considered. After some little discussion, it was decided not to make any departure from the usual practice during the year; but at the end of the current quarter the wishes of the Ennis people will bu again considered, aud, if possible, acceded to. The officers of tho church have to keep in view financial matters, ' aud regulate the services in proportion to the money raised in the different localities. At present the church is enriched to the extent of about £10 per annual by contributions from Eunis ; and it is for the Council to...

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The Demon Bowler. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

The Demon Bowler. Thb European Mail says : — ' Spofforth, the ' Demon Bowler,' is reported to be about to qualify for the county of Derbyshire, and with that object in view will shortly take up his residence in Derby. It will be remem bered that the ' Demon's better half hails iruiu cue quaint mo town among toe ueroy shire hills.' ' Anglo- Australian,' in the same journal, writes : Mr. F. R. Spofforth, the fatuous Demon Bowler, has now settled down in England, entering the business of his fatber-iu. law, Mr. Cadman, of Beardsal), the proprietor of the Star Tea Company. The other day — so I hear — Spofforth got nearly smashed up, for the carriage in which he was seated ' got bolted' by a frightened horse. Spofforth, however, stuck to hiB seat, and the coachman kept his wits, steering the horse up a steep bill, lashing him well, which mode of proceedings soon stopped the bolt. i/uiuij^ »l, iivwcvvi, uie ismuun na,a gome narrow shaves of lamp posts, the door of the carriage being knock...

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Police Court. PORT MACQUARIE, NOVEMBER 14. Before F.B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Jas. McInher[?]. Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

. , Polioe 0purt. ???;-'??: — :.Vk ' ' Poet Maoqbakie, November 14. Before F. B. Hales, Em., P.M., and Ja«. ^felnhflrnv.'Ksn.. J.'P. Robert Fields, on* reA&njj was charged with stealing a chestnut horse, jonie-jtUne during £be early part of the present moSWi, from a person named Henry Book, of Huntingllon. After Ofnstable Mahooey bid given evidenoe as to the arrest of the accused, the prosecutor related how the ohestnut horse in question had disappeared out of a paddock at Huntingdon, immediately after his having a conversation with the prisoner. and in which the latter aikei Beck whether be would sell the horse. Prosecutor, Borne few days after Saturday, the 3rd inst., received certain iufonnation, which led him to communicate with the police, and the accused was subsequently arreoted for stealing the horse. The evidence of O. H. Olsen went to prove that the horse in ques tion, as well as a saddle and bridle, were purchased by him from Fields for a silver watch, . valued at...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

For Ever True. Chapter XIV. The tidings of Nancy's engagement to the millionaire was received first with incredulity, and then 'with amazement, tempered in some cases with excessive annoy anoe. Thfi Countess of Burton could not control herself sufficiently to offer her congratulations to either party ; while as for the Honourable Maude, a severe *nd very unusual heahache kept her confined to her room for man yiiours. The Countess of Merefield was disagreeable about the matter, Mrs. Darnly indifferent ; while as to Lord Meren'eld and Sir Humphrey, they were, to use their own terms, 'simply flabbergasted !' But every one .kept their opinions to them selves when either pf the affianced couple ?were present/ and in a very short time Nancy found that she was treated with a marked show of deference by the very people who had tried previously to snub 'her and taunt I her with, her dependency op Sir Humphrey* bounty. . Derrick Daroley had been called away to London on private and sudden bus...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

SHIFFINC! IVMXMUENOE. PORT MA-JQUAUIK. ABKIYaU. Novemiitr 13.— Klixa Davis, from Brisbane. November 14. — p.«. Avuu, 125 tons. Captain J. Kicholson, from the Bellinger. November M.— e.g. Wellington, 150 tons, Capt. B. Tapliu, from Sydney. Passengers— Meadames . Alley and Puniham, Miss I'urahara, MesBi-a. Cunning, Chapman, W. Kerr, V.J. Melville, tt. oeuunc, a. mompson, jonn i&pun, niasrers naies and Vender, and 2 in the steerage ; and 8 for the Bellinger. Cargo— 40 tons general merchandise for Fort Macqiarie aml-SO tons for ±be Bellinger. November IK.— Louisa MesBel, from Sydney. DBPAKTtTHEK. November?.— 8,8. Wellington, 1E0 tons, Capt. R. Taplin, for Sydney. Pansengcra— Mt%. Dalim, Messrs. Cornelius, Bennct, Steward, and 4 in the steerage. Cargo— 047 lugs niaizo, 47 hides, 89 pigs, fi ooo|w poultry, 12 cases eggs, 9 cases tisli, 1 qr.-caak wine, 70 pioces cedar, 2 casks tallow, IS pieces stump extractor, anil 10 packages sundries. November 10. — p.s. Avon, 125 toUB, Captain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

STAR HOTEL, HORTOST-STREfiT, Port Aflacqisarie. | .; PROPRIETOR. 'nnHE above Hostelry is replete vfitilx every I modem convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. ?PLUNGE XJnTsftWER BATES. 'COMSrOD'tOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ?JE^- COSltfORfABLE WMiKfiBllCI-AL \ -ROOM '^ ?tfffEWNES, -SPIRITS, fcEfitlS, &b,, ?ahb 'Drily o?-thet/hoib'e?st Brand's. ;1he Cuisiffeis^neqiKilled wit of the ^Metropolis. '? MRST-CL ASS :StXBJXS6, XWElfDKD i TO BY A tCAREFlJL AND COM-! PET^NT GROOM. i '(?Kiiu'iW.) CAPITAL £100,000. ttegiBtfereii Witter tile Companies -Vtt,'37 Vic. No. In. (PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AtTCTrONEERS, ! !|58 Suss'ex-Sfreet, Sydney. -JOIXR TATE I *lAKAr;iKC I'«Eci1on6. -Consigiinibiits of GRAIN, *FAKM PRO DUCE, antl LIVE STOCK 'm»ivp.a, anS TOP VALtms GUARANTEED,, -combined '\W ill speedy returns. : Auction 'Salesconfludted twice nadU Week; 'at their rdoms. SussRX-street ; 'every day (ex ?cpt' Saturday, sit 'Darling 'HarT/Olir ; Tuesdays 'and Fridays a...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Port Macquarie Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forstor & Co. iiuote— Maine, 3s to 3s 6d ; oats, 3s 4d to 3s 8d ; barley, 3s to 4s 3d ; wheat, 3s 6d to 4s; onions, 12s to Ifts ; oaten hay, 6s to 9s ; lucerne hay, 4p to 7s ; chaff, Ss to 5s Cd ; geese, Cs to 6s Gd ; turkeys, cocks 8s to 13s, hens, 6i to 8s 6d, hides, 2d to 3d; fowls, 3s 3d to 3s «d i ducks, 3s to Gs Od ; cheose, 2d to 3d ; hair, M to lOd ; Iweswax, 4d to 9d ; platypus skins, Ss to 40s ; bacon, 7d to 8d ; hams, 9d to lOd ; eggs, lOd to Is; bran, Is 8d to 2s ; pollard, Is 6d to Is 9d; butter, lOd to Is ; fat sheep, 9s to 13s, stores. As to 6s 64 ; sheepskins. yd to 3Jd ; wattlebark, 45s to 60a, -chopped, 80s to 100s ; milch cows, 70s to 140s ; hones, £3 to £10.

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