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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

COMMEKVML INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Br Kmwtuic TixeGKATO.] Vriilav. Mr. W. C. Robinson quotes— Maine, 3s 9d ; good porkers, 5d ; bncou, 6d ; eggs, I4d. Messrs. Harrisnn, Jones and Devlin quote — Maize, 3s 9d, upward tendency ; hides, 2d to 3fd ; tallow, £22 to £25. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Offered 1S49 hides, best heavies 3}d to 3W, green 2 Jd to 3A, nedlnn 2Jd to 3Jd, lights 2W to SJd ; tallow, LI per ton firmer, prime mixed L24 10s to L25 5s, best beef tallow L23 5s to VU 5s, goad L22 to L23, lower qualities to LSI 10s ; maiee, firm, 1* lOd to 4s. supplies moderate, demand very brisk ; pigs, fair demand, porkers average 5d, large sizes 2|d; calves, good demand, from 7a to 58s, according to size.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Life Viewed with Different Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

I IJ -? '''itiiiiTiiwsivriihDiSsi^nt Byes. ' But « week ii long !' he mid, With a tow of hit curly head, ?' One, two, tiiive, -four, five, six, seven I— Sovcu whole days I Why, in »ix, yon know (Vou catd it yourself— you told Hit so), .j The groat God uji in iiuaven . s fade all the earth and the seas and skips, , , 1'lie trees and tlic litrils a\»\ ttie butterflies ; ? . Hoh- can I wait for my seed to grow ?' 'But a month is so long !' he said, With a droop of hU hoyisMiead. ??'Ha»rjni-eou«it-^«ne,'twn1thTee,Jfour— ~ ? .'Four wholo weeks, and three days more j flirty-one days, and each will oraep, Jluil the sWqw crawls over yonder steep ; ' Tiiirty-oiio ijiglits, and I shall He ' Watching tlie stare climb up the sky, , - i How cut I wait till a month is o'er?' ' ' But a year is so long !' he said, Uplifting his bright young head. '(All the seasons must come and go Over tbe hills with f ootstcpa slow— .Autumn and winter, summer and spring ! Oh, for a bridge of cold to flint; 'Over t...

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

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Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Killing Wives Daily for Amusemement. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Killing Wives Daily for Amusemement- A Fbfkch missionary who has just returned from Uganda (the Paris correspondent of this Daily TeUgraph says) shares the opinion held by so many authorities, that Stanley is safe. He declares it is absolutely impossible that if Stanley had succumbed to an attack the news should not have reached tlfe Missions. It seems that when the intrepid traveller started from thu Falls a report was spread that he was going to ' eat up Uganda,' according to the expiessiou in fashion in those benighted regions. The missionary thinks that Stanley is keep ing quiist for the present cither because he has tome political project in view which is not yet ripe, or because he fears that his appearance might lead to the massacre of the English and French missionaries, particu larly the former, who are now at the Court of Monanga, the Sovereign of Uganda. This same Monanga is descriljed as a puissant negro king, ruling over 10,000,000 subjects, and as ferocious as he is po...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Wife's little Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

A. Wife's little Joke. She ? ' I'm so glad you can stay to ten. Such a joke as I'm going to have with my hus band. He's always growling about my conk, ing, and ta-rtny his mother happened to drop iu. and I got her to make some biscuits. Won't lie fi.-el chi-op when he begins to criticise and then rinds out his mother made them herself.' HAW AS HOUR LATER. He—' Jly dear, you're becoming an angel of a cook. These biscuits are as tint as my .mother makes.' , Mr. J. O'Neil. a well-known ami reacted resi lient of tt'abrn, Mucleay River, had a narrow escap* from dnath while out riding on Sunday last, near Ins hnmestcail. It appears., from information curtcously supplied to onr representative by Mr. O'Neil him self, tliat that gentleman, while out riiling on the afternoon in question,- wns overtaken by a slight thunder storin, accompanied liy uiista of wiurt. As the animal he was ruling showed a decided aversion to facing tlie weather, Mr. O'Neil pulled up to the leeward of two trees, an i...

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

For supplying goods to the Lismore Town Coun *il, the Mayor, Mr. Simpson, was lined £50. A family at Bhiyncy took four tickets in Tutter sall's £30,00(1 consultatiun, and got two ltorsos, Arscnul mill Too Mnou. The lute Mr. Dalley'sspeeohes-and writings, ex tending over a tie.io-l of 30 years, arc to be pub lished. Kpitapli in Swansea Churchyard :— On the 29th of November, A confounded piece of tiuilwr Came ilown bang slam, Aud killed JoUu Lamb. riio Stand this s ha son* ? AT Clarefield, Rollahds Plairifej TIIK UBAVV WUnnHTSTALLIOK General Hastings. QttseiML HahtI.nos is a beautiful bay colt,- stands 17 hands IukIi, aud built in proportion, lived by Mr. A. Town, HolmrtviUe. (general Hast i»gs lias also been successful iu the kIiou- ring, having outainud fiist price at the I'ort Mac (|iiarie Show for the b^st twc-ycar-old colt on - the ground. General Hastings was foaled October, iSS3; got by Gallant Scotchman (imp.), dam liy iluir Lad (imp.), g.d. by General Cliancy (imp.), g.g.d. b...

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Old Friends in New Garments. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Old Sftiende jp. New Garments, T^ past — the^*miglrty urn of countless yesterdays. Tho future — an eternity of to-morrows. Yesterday — our dnmon or our good ange'r as we noglected or improved it. To-day — the evergreen tree in the garden of lift-. Now — the crown jewel iu the coronet of endeavour. Moments — the playthings of forever broken aud cast aside as soon as tried. Time — thu servant of eternity. Smiles — peals of tlio heart. » Wit— tho lightning of the mind. f0Uy — wisdom on a holiday.

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

Xiauxietoa. - (FROM OVa CORRESPONDENT.) A concert was held at Kentall last Satur day night, in aid of the Manning River hospital. The hall was comfortably filled, and the affair was a great' success, both as regards the manner in which the various parts were sustained, and financially. 1 have hot a oodv of thn Droffraintne. but as near as I can recollect the following ladies and gentlemen took part, viz., Mrs. J. McKay, Miss Laurie, Miss Taylor, and Miss Morris ; and Messrs. Morris, Bibby, Mathers, MacDiarmid, Mourray, McKay, Marchant, Lloyd, and others. The vooal part of the entertainment was concluded by Capt, Lloyd and his army singing the ' Mulligan Guards,' in which they succeed in bringing down the house. The after piece, ' The Loan of a Lover,,' was well played, but as a full account of the Laurieton concert has appeared in your columns, and the concert held at Kendall being almost identical with the former, it is needless for me to go over the same ground again. The Manning ...

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

...-?;??-?:?: .?-?-. WsiaSax^^. -.-..:»-_: (FROM ODfc CO»RESPON0E-rt.) ? , So far wo have experienced splendid growmg , 'wpAther, and the maize crop 4ook6 well, giving! promise of a -good yield. No appearance of blight as yet. Some of the «arly ?corn y^\ eopnfceout in -cob. The -work -of olearfing] ?the 4»ruo, which fats ?been Tather tedious this season «b ^account «f «he wet, las be«m [ coinpieteS on most of t*o farms. A very Iheavy tinmderstcrrm pawed -over cm :Satnr-! day evening, 'and t*e win proved very Booeptablo. A, hot, drying, Westerly \.wd , 'blew on Tcesflay, and if tms weather pre vailofl tor any length'' of 'time the clover paddocks wonld very ?soon wear a T-rown ?appQaranco. Edward Ryan, 'while engaged at Mr. Wallace's sawmill on Monday last, -met with a painful accident, through his 4iand coming ?in -contact with the planing maohine. He 4iad -a very narrow -escape «£ getting all hie ?fingers tafcen off, .and as it was 'he got a severe cut which almost severed one of h...

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Some of Edison's Tricks. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 17 November 1888

Some of Edison's Tricks. Years ago, when Thomas A. Edison was a telegraph operator, in the office of the old Franklin Company, on Wall-street, New York, lie was continually gettir.g into troulile l-y perpetrating electrical pranks on his In-other operators. The instruments in tlioso '. flin-K «?«» nlni-i-il on nli«lf-likK doiks ranged ^* nlo'iig the walls of tin; opm-ating room. H'?re lie concocted nil liis schemes for making life miserable to everyone and everything abouj him. The offije sceina I the rendezvous for all the cockroaches in this lower part of (h : city, and Edison hit oi\ a nov«l plan to I'xterraiue them one by one. ICe rig^d Jp a. wire along the wall, and then catching one of the insects put it to death in tlm slnrt and puiii less fashion approved Wy Chin-no lore Gerry. O;ie by one the inseatR were ' sparked out' of existence uutil finally Elison beca tie kno-vii to the Franklin boys as ' Cockroach Tom.' In the cloak room was a large tank generally tilled with ice wa...

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

Coach and Buggy Painting. DAVralilLLEK BEGS to ^ninounce to the residents of Port Mf quarie and the Hastings River that'he^ras commenced business as a COACH AND BUGGY PAINTER, in Horton-srreet, Port Macquarie. With an experience of twenty-five years in the large establishments of Victoria, South Australia, and New South Wales he is prepared to execute orders to the entire satisfaction of those who may favor him with their support. D. M. respectfully solicits the patronage of farmers and the general public, as he feels sure that all orders entrusted to him will be turned out equal to Sydney workmanship, and at quite as low prices. D. MILLER, Horlon-street, next Star Hotel, PORT MACQUARIE.

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 — 17 November 1888

Official Correspondence. Thk following communications have been addressed to Messrs. Young and Roberts, M.'sP., and we publish them for general information :— Department of Lands, Sydney, November 8, 1888. Gentlemen, — I have the honor to inform you that tllP nAfif.tnn rtntBanfni) l*ir i*/ii, sin liAltalf nf .ui4.tn residents of Rawdon Island, Ennis, and district (Joseph White, G. Harriott, and others), on the subject mentioned hereunder, has been referred to Mr. District Surveyor Allworth for report. — Yours. &c., R. H. Delow. Subject :— Application for general cemetery at San Croix, Hastings River. Department of Public Works, Sydney, Novemlwr 5, 1888. Gentlemon, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of a petition presented by yon on the subject undermentioned, and to inform you that the matter has been referred for the report of the proper officer, and when the necessary information lias been received, a further communication will bo ?nude to you.— Yours, &c, ...

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

The Newcastle Strike. A ?StTlUKK AMONG THE Boot & Shoemakers. Jl J*M'ge Boot Warcliome Suspended Payment. TTUHHOUGII the above INSOjDiVBttCY I HUTLEI Has purchased from the creditor, at a^S per cent discount, a LARGE jiud YAW HI) STOOKof ^ ; LADIES', GENTS', & CIULDJlErS Boots and Shoes OF ALL DESOHIPTIONS, 'Which he is now offering to tin pulilioiof l'ort Jfaoqunric find district at ; UNHEARD OF PRICES Ab cau lie seen .by. those quoted. E. H. is determined to ;UNJJE11SELL all otlmrsdii tlio trade, and strongly roconinieiids heads of families to givo him mi KAltLV CALL, so afi.tosocuru JJAUUAINS. AH goods aws «o*vil»oi»g sold at 10 per cent profit. Note these Prices: :Kid Boots, 8s Cd ; liussinn Leather, Cs ; Kid Shoos, 4s Gd ; Children's BSote, 3s . 3d ; Men's Itoots, from Gs Gd ; Ladies' Kid Lace, 9s; Hen's Cloth-lop Shoes, 10s ; Men's kid (leg calf) golosh stitdfa, 158 ; Men's lianJ scwu, 18s Gd. F. HUTLEY^ Boot and Shoemaker, Clarence-street, Pout Mac-juauie. J. ...

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

AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK Wauchope Branch, npHE BANK DISCOUNTS BILL'S, _L ^l-aiits Cash Credits, makes ADVANCES on Approved Security, allo'ws interest at the -Highest Curtttit '-Ettte 'on Fixed Deposits, negotiates produce bills and docciaents, issires Drafts v-r Letters of Credit on Branches aud Agencies in the -colonies and throughout the world, and transacts all usual banking business. q. Deeds and other Documents held for cafe custody witheat charge. ROBERT SELKIRK, Manager. ' O.H.M.S. npENDERS, addressed to thp President of X Tender Board, Public Works Office, Sydney, and forwarded direct, will be received up till 11 o'clock a.m. WEDNES DAY, J2th DECEMBER, for TWELVE MONTHS* LEASE, rVom 1st January next, of the following FERRIES i Tarce TinonCe Oxley Island Cainden Haven Wingham Dumaresque Island Cattai Creek Croki, and Blackman's Point The name of each Ferry to bAidorsed on envelope. * Articles and Conditions may be seen at the Court Houses, Taree and Port Macquarie. V. M. B...

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

Rollands Plains. (from our own correspondent.) The Prince of Wales' Birthday was marked by the holding of a public tea-meeting and conocrt, with a view of raising funds for the purchase of prizes to he distibnted among the scholars attending the publio school under the charge of Mr. Buttsworth. The day was one well adapted for outdoor amuse ment), and seemed to be fully appreciated, as no fewer than two hundred persons attended the con cert at night, though not so many to tea, the great body of whom were residents of the Plains. Hitherto 'the presence of strangers has been a pleasing feature, but no doubt on account of other amusements elsewhere we were deprived. Tea was- punctually served at 4 o'clock, and consisted of the choicest delicacies in great abundance. The spreads were given gratuitously by the parents of tlie school children, who formed themselves into joint companies as most convenient to themselves, and prepared what may well be called a sumptuous feast. After the firs...

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. November 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Latest Sifc&al ^telegrams. ifeNDON. . '-. ; IldveliitMir ft-. ^Ima :i)e MtiftHi, 'the Whpus 'cantoterice, is iu a star vinj; couditiStt 4U New ¥ork. 'the iMaoH football teaih has Ijeatea ^hej Okiflisle'teatn. *. _ 1 1 6«rrtiaiiy pr6{Jbaes 'sfietidiug *brie 'hundred and sevniitcen millibh inarks in providing new irduclaJ3sfe.ua strengthening 'her'trmy. ; ftirSnu'l ^airiiiel has fcnnlieu1 for 40.006 feet of spate for Vitftorian and ?^fefr 'South; Wales exhibits at thn Paris exhibitiOh. feir fteiiry Bkko is prepared to go 4)0 (Jueensland ana 'live down -the hostility. a|^iiiBt 'him. . , , ' the fcosts paid by the 'Times, ih 'the '6(r John tope Hennessey libel action, etbburited; tai£8000., . _ | Mr. Gladstone's arhendtoelit tb the irish; fielding Act Amendment Bill was negatived; by 330 to 246. Lord Dunraveh says that 'the great auto-; ndtnoUs colonies may reasonably expect: Governors of certain BtatuB and position,! and every legitimate means Ought to lib; 't&ken tb as...

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Three Prime Conundrums. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

litee Prime Conulidtftms. A Down- East American newspaper, the Lrlbialbn Journal, respectfully bdt.n'rmly requests au answer to the three sa'litut questions -. — 1. Of what nature will be the next great economic invention ?? '2. iVliat great ccoubmic invention ts mostheeded at.d called for by the world ? 3. Does anything remain to be invented by man application of attain power? . The debating societies of our country (says the AT. Y. Tribune)) which are about organising for the season of 18SS-8&, will doubtlcsB give tlie interro gatories a hearty welcome. The societies are always casting about for fresh subjects for dis cussion, aud those referred to are well calculated to stimulate original thinking along practical lines. Certaiuly they arc much to be preferred to the three mooted topics upon which youthful debaters have been accustomed to expend, tnuch thought and more eloquence— namely *. 1. When a house's destroyed by fire, does it barn 4p tor barn down? 2. In the order ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the above Bench) [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

sjIall dbbts codaf . ..... (Bofora the above Bench) , Patrick Maber v. Alick McLeod. Cl&'iin f 5 8s, balance on one horse. McLeod .paid £1 5s and ?costs Of court into court, aud put iu a set-off that he was not indebted in tho extra £1. After hearing cviAcnce oil both bides, which was very contradic tory, the Bench advised both parties tb settle the matter not of court, which was ultimately done. -vrim&m narwicKV. «Joim uoiuiea. vmlm **- U 1 Id. defendant did not appear, anil Mr. War wick having proved tho debt, a \-eraict for the amount claimed, and costs £1 18s, was entered.

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Camden Haven Police Court. November 17. Before Messrs F. B. Hales, P.M., J. Laurie and F. D. Ross, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Gatoden £at& Police Cottfc;,' NOVKMDEH 17. before Jtlesare F. ». Hales, P.M.-, 5. Laurie and *. ' C. ttoss, J.'sP. A. lmwkar's license was granted to Robert Ifack sbu, from 1st to 31st December, -1S8S. There Vos also ad application -for a libwker's licenBe by Jobn McMauou, but he failed to answer to his name when called, and the application was struck out. Robert -Lauglilin v. Mrs. G. Pollett. -Using indeceitt -utd iusnltiug language. l%intilf appeared and asked to withdraw the charge. Henry Marahal, Of LSiurie'ttin, -Was charged 'that h« did Unlawfully assault a boy 9 years of age, natned Oeorge Pollett, by BLrikiug Win with a paddle, and throwing 4iim out of a boat into the river. The climrge was laid under section 65 Of the Criminal Law Amendment Act. I'he defendant pleaded guilty. The nature of the 'offence was stated to tlie Bench by tlie boy, big father, and Robert Laughlm, who said defendant 'was under the 'influence of drink. Constable Mahoney stated that defeudaut h...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Laurieton. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Xaiuietos* '(*'ftti*'-5eft*iJ0t!bESt-0Nl)BlJt.) ttffe XfeurietAg Amateur ©raihatic CbiDpany played !«*t*Kr*e, -in tltfe -XgricultUrai US\\, oil Monday night, tb-a good house. It was ai hospital benefit, hnd thelprOoeeds were some thing tfr* £20. ? AyftUBg man hamea A. (G. (Gill got 'one, ftf his linuers drushnd in tho Laiirietcn mill last Monday. He got his linger .jammed | between a heaVy flitch of timber and a skid, ! and will %e off work fbr some time, j ?Sir. 'Oeoifge 'Gha'jiiban has ;bbught ilr.; fibfean's interest in the Suubogan saw-mill, and 'operations have again been 'resumed *herk. / j The '?chief topic of conversation now is -the approaching race meeting at Oadiden Haven,! and tho -local cracks aro in full training. Considering the bad 'times and the small population, the programme is a very good, one, and it is confidently expected that we. shall have a good 'day's sport oh Boxing bay. The committee also expect 'to have sufficient funds to make up another day's racing t...

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