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

ICade&y River. His Honor Judge Murray opened the Quarter Sessions on Wednesday. Jolin Orody, charged with stealing a purse, medal, and ring, was found guilty, and sentenced to one year and niue months imprisonment. F. Scutta, for stealing £1, was ordered to the Port Macquarie gaol for eight months. F. Hancock, P. 8, Hancock, and P. Sullivan, pleaded guilty to stealing maize ; and vii b uiibuuc(O| uuiiug inrwu via nrt-ao lit ^aiuif note discharged. F. Chateau bourg, for the forgery of a cheque for £6 Si, was found guilty, and sentenced to eighteen months in Port Maoquarie gaol. Thomas Stokes was charged with maliciously wounding P. Delabunty, and was acquitted. W. H. Davis was accused of stealing £5, the property of W. Hyde. He was foand guilty and sentenced to three months in Port Macquarie gaol. A large number of civil cases were 'disposed of. The ono of most interest was that of James Byrnes against Captain Davies, P.M.. for Blander. The Jury, after bearing lengthy evidenc...

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 — 24 November 1888

The Newcastle Strike. A STRIKE AMONG THE Boot 5c Shoemakers. A Large Bool WareJiouse Suspended Payment rriHEOUOH die above INSOLVENCY 1. IOTLET ?''* Has purchased from the crpditor, *t a 2fl por cent discouut, a. LARGE and VARIED STOOKof LAPIES1, GENTS', & CHILDREN'S Boots and Shpis OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 'Which Wis now offering to the public of Tort Macqnarie and district at UNHEARD OF PRICES .As can be seen by those quoted. F. 11. is determined *o UNDERSELL all others in the trade, «hd strongly recommends heads of families to give him an EARLY CALL, : so as to secure BARGAINS. All goods are now being soid at 10 percent profit.. Note Uicse Prices: .Kid Boots, 8s Cd; Russian Leather, 6b; .Kid ShoBS, 4s 6d ; Children's Boots, 3s 3d; Men's Boots, from Cs 6d ; Ladies' Kid Lace, 9s; Mcu'e Cloth-top Shoos, 10b ; Men's kid (leg calf) golosh stitch, 45s ; Men's hanJ sewo, 18s Cd. F. HUTLEY, Boot and Shoemaker, Clarence-street, Port Maoquawe. J. MADDOX, Hairdresser & Tobacconi...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

Oficial Correspondence. The following official letters have been addressed to Messrs. Young and Roberts, M't.l'., and we publish them for general inforinutiou 1 — Department of Public Works, Sydney, 16th November, 1888. Gentlemen,— I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 14th instant, on the subject noted hereundor, anil to Inform you that the local officer FiVSN. Subject !— Notifyiug that drain pipes ara required at approach to wharf at Wouohopc,

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

?SYDNEY. i Thursday. 1 The business of the Assefnbly lost night was devoted to the Premier's inOtiOn with ] regKrd to the appointment of colonial govor n6rs. The motion was carriefl alinOst bnani- : rtiousiy. Sir. Biichaiiau moved b. stupid aniAndme'n.t affirming that W6 Ought 'to have , UTiconaitiohal power to appoint our Own ruler, ' but itr. talker was tho onl]jr member Vho supf.ar'tSea ifc, a'fed tho 'SriginSl ttiotifen %te carried without division In tfctuVe the Asse.ihb^y wifi sit on Fridays. A SiaiAese notability has arrived in the colony wfth a commission to spend .£10,600 in the purchase of colonial horses. A confefe*ce of delegates from the Xua traliau t6\6tiies is proposed to be held at King (George's &0und, to cbiAe to sbihe prac tical settleitient with regard to the tortifica tiOn'Of Usa't lOfcaVity. The boarcl have recOinniended thai guard Evans be fltstftissed frort the public service for neglect in connection with the late fatal railway accident at the &a...

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WAUCHOPE V. RAWDON ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 24 November 1888

WABCHOPE V. RAWDON tSLAKD, A match was played on the Wauchope Cftukot ground ou Saturday last, between the above clubs, and resulted in u victory for Wauchope by an innings and 6 runs. Appended are the scores 1— Waccuope. W. Smith, d Reed, b T. Warlters ... 1 \V. Suters, bT. Wttvlters ? 0 A. Cameron, b T. Warlters ? 49 J. Suters, c U, Warlters, bT. Warltcre 12 J. Miller, bT. Warlters ? 3 R. Selkirk, run out ? 0 T. Suters, b H. Warlters ? 1 ' R, Sammerville, notout.,. --. .-, It K. Sutera, b T. Warlters ? 11 J. Warrell, b H. Warltert ? 0 J. Wallace, b T. Warltera ... ... 1 Sundries ? 1? Total ? 133 Rawdon Island— 1st Innings, T. Warltcre, b J. Miller ? 13 G. Reed, b T. Sutera ? 0 W. Reed, b T Sutera ? ...13 H. Warlters, c J. Suters, b T. Sutera.,, 2 T. Fowler, bT. Suters ? ,.. 3 G. Trotter, o Cameron, b T. Sutera ,., 6 R. Kendall, b T. Sutors ? ... 0 G. Oouuors, b T. 8uters ? 0 J. Pead, b T. Suters ? ... I J. Warltera, b W. Suters ... ,,. 4 J, Andrews, not out .,, ... ,,. 0 Sundries ...

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 — 24 November 1888

FAMILY EMPORIUM, ? ' ' I a '^¥ a $*¥ f^i ' ii m w9 wT-wTlt^ii if1 h,^ ? ^OSTLJB^tA^QSLAJaig. ; ? :o: ? 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. II. has again enlarged his premises and inerea|#a||ns stock, which is entirely to the advantage of his customers. ?MEN'S CLOTHING: Black Cloth, Serge, DiaEonal^audTjyeed Suits :.' Tweed And Moleskin 'iJwisureS^ iSfc&v sfc ?' ' ?' ' ' ' ---. IMa-Sp|th, Serge, Digprnipjuaii Tweeo* Gbaits : , Y ? ^ . Waietcqats in great variety -. ? ., -. ' J[oj|iioknd Cotton Pants aucj Undershirts Silk Goats and Overcoats ,?? '' . » ? WliitejOxford, CriiiKigt}, Flannel, and other Shirts i Neckties, Huts (soft anjt&aiia' ffclt), and other lines too numerous to mention' 't Half-hose iff-{;reat yfynetyF^i ^jiff - ?? ' '? i? '';-.. . .. ? r:o: ? ? Youths'arid Boys' Suits, Trousers aufi Yosts, Trousers, and Coats. A -sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

* The-3Jewiastle *8trike. 8 « A STRIKE AMONG THE Boot & Shoemakers. ,4 Ikmjrc Boot Warcliome Suspended Pqyment. nnHROUGH the above INSOLVENCY' 1. HIITLET Has purchased from the creditor, at a 25 per cent discount, a LARGE and VARIED STOCK of , LADIEg', GENTS', A CHILDREN'S Boots and Shoes OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Which ho is now offering to tho public of Port Mocquarie and district at UNHEARD OF PRICES As can be seen by tho6e quoted. F. II. is determined to UNDERSELL all others in t (the trade, and strongly recommends heads of families to give him ah EARLY- CALL, so as to secure BARGAINS. All goods are now being sold at 10 per cent prolit. Note these Prices t Kid Boots, 8s Cd ; Russian Leather, Gs ; Kid Shoes, 4s Cd ; Children's Uoots, 3s 3d ; Men's Boots, from Cs Gd ; Ladies' 'Kid Lace, 9s; Men's Cloth-top Shoes, 10s ; Men's kid (h.« calf) golosh stitch, 15s; Men's hanJ sewn, 18s Cd. F. HUTLEY, Boot and Shoemaker, Clarence-street, Pobt Macquauie. J. MADDOX, Hairdresser &amp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Mr. G. H. Fitzhardinge, who has for some time past acted as Grown Prosecutor, has, we are informed, been appointed to act as a District Court Judge during the absence ou leave of Judge Bowling. Sixty thousand natives in the South Sea Islands have been converted])*) Christianity during the last 15 years. The members of the Salvation Army who were recently prosecuted under the municipal by-laws, at Wollongong, have instituted proceedings against the Borough Council for wrongful impriBOu ment, and laid damages at L3000, through their solicitor, Mr. Thompson. At a caucus meeting of Government supporters on Wednesday last fifty were present and twenty-five apologies were received. Sir Hemy Parkes ad dressed the meeting at great length. lie said there were twelve working days before Christmas, and he desired during that time that earnest attention should be given to the estimates, which ought to be adjusted before the end of the year. The matter of the Travelling Railway Commissionership ...

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Late Commercial News. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Late Commercial News. (Br Telegraph.) Friday. Messrs. G. Litchfield k. Co. quote— Maize, 4s 6d to 4s Sd, downward tendency, owing to rain j fowls, 4s to 4s 3d ; geese, 7a to IOa ; eggs, lid ; oats, 4s to 4s 6d ; chaff, LU ; b.an, Is 6d ; hay, oaten L10, lucerne L7 ; flour, L14 to LIE. Messrs. A. V. Drew & Go. quote— Maize, 4s Cd to 4s 8d, downward tendency, heavy arrivals, rain reported from several couutry towns; pigs, 4d to 4jd, market well supplied ; eggs, lOd ; butter, Is 9d ; fowls, 4s to 4s 6d ; geese, 8s to 10s ; chaff, LIO to Lll ; hay, oaten L12, lucerne L7 - bran, Is 6d to 1b 8d ; pollard, Is 6d ; oats, 4s 9d to Ss ; flour, best brands US to Llfi ; cedar, in good demand.

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. November 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

! Latest Specif 'Telegrams. LONDON. . November 28. The resignation of Sir Henry Ijjake .has beea accepted., four leading noblemen have been offered' ithe Governorship Hif Queensland and declined. It is now offered to Lord Balfour of Burleigh. The Gover norship of South Australia has been offered to the Earl of Hardwick. A speedy civil war in France is predicted. xne convocation oi uxtora university has admitted the Sydney University to all the privileges, allowed to colonial universities. SYDNEY. Thursday. In the Legislative Council the motion by Mr. Figgott, that the Federation of the Australian colonies is desirable, was negatived On the voices the Payment of Members Bill was read the first time. Air. O. H. Falstedt has been appointed Consul in Sydney for Sweden and Norway. In the Legislative Assembly it was agreed to make Friday an extra sitting day. There was an all night sitting upon the debate on the Financial Statement, during which Mr. Dibbs moved an amendment that the state...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Church or England. — Port Macquarie 11 4H.C.) aud 7-15, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on Decem ber 9— Beech wood 10-30, Euuis 2-30, Port Mac qunrie 715, Rev. R. Wilson. Wkslevan. — Port Macquarie 1), Mr. J. Bolt wood; Port Macquarie 715, Mr. O. Gnnctt : Ennis II, Mr. J. Secombc ; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. White ; Blackmail's Point 3. Mr. A. Muscio; Blackmail's Point 7. Mr. .!. Mnlcom. Also on Decembor 9— Kendal 1 1 anil .1. I Jinricton 7, Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquaris 1 1 . Mr. Garrett ; Port Macquarie T II 5, Blackmail's Point 3. Mr. .1. Secombc; Ennis II, Mr. .1. White; Blaekman's Point 7. Mr. R. Masters, «enr. Frksbytkrian.— Rollauds Plains 10-30, Tele graph Point 3, Port Macqnarie ~-|5, Rev. R. Davidson. Also on December 9— Huntingdon 10-30, Wauchopo 2'30, Port Macquarie T'l.'i, Rev. R. Davidson.

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Taree. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Taxes. The Bteamer Bosedale, towing a steam launch for Mr. T. Bollard, storekeeper, Tarec, left Sydney on i ?'^JWonday evening. The launch towed well till II Bic same night, when she suddenly foundered. The two men on board, Robert Trotter, of Taree, and John Taylor, were lost. The Rosedale searched the vicinity for seven hours, but no trace of the unfor t ? « . . ? , ? ,j » e ? i dl._ a, ? xuuaie men or wrecKage couia oe iouua. one men proceeded on her voyage. The occurrence has cast a great feeling of sadness on the entile community, sad the deepest sympathy is felt for the family of young Trotter, who are old residents of Tarce. Trotter was enly )9 years of age and was a member of the local brass band. The other was ono of the crew of the Bosedalei The launch was valued at about L500. ? The Clarence Examiner strongly condemns the action of the Government in proposing to send Mr. Goodcbap home to report upon the railway management of other countries. This journal speaks of it as a...

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The Close Season. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

The CIobo Season. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FORT MACQUARIE NEWS. Sir,— I was taking a quiet stroll up the side of KooloouBung Creek lost Sunday morning, when I paused to watch a small flock of fine duckB floun dering in the water on the opposite side of the swamp ; and I was contemplating what a splendid time awaited some of our sportsmen in Fort Mac quarie, at the termination of the close season. All of a sudden I observed a puff of smoke, followed by the report of a gun, directed by one of the unemnfoved of the district, who meters, durinir the open, and t regret to Bay the close season as well; to make a few paltry eludings in this manner, to a more lionorablecalling. Now, sir, this contempt ible practice not only means the wholosale destruc tion of the birds in question, but complete disappointment to all those who are looking forward with any degree of pleasure to the coming season. It is a fact well known liy all that those birds are very justly protected during this period of the ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Local and General News. Jockey Club. — The committee of the I fastings River Jockey Club mpton Saturday Inst, at the Star llotol, for the purpose of appointing handicappcrs for the next men tm*ting. The President^ Mr. J. L. Rutliveu, occupied tho chair. Several members ex pressed the belief that better lesults nnc] won' satisfaction would be given bv the nnnoint ment of local handicapperE, who would have a better knowledge of the performances of the horses than what Mr. Quintou hud. On tho other hand, the President pointed out that if the club retained the services of Mr. Quiuton, who fiad benn acting as liandi capper, horse-owners would have no oppor tunity of saying that favoriteisin had Ijren shown in apportioning the weights. Mr. Mclnlierny contended that if three disintpr cstwi gpiillomon were appointed to carry out the work they would be doing the clult a benefit, and horse-owners would give them credit for acting according to the best of their ability. lie hid much pleasure i...

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School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

School Concert. Our. of those social entertainments which do not often alleviate the monotony of concerts generally in Port Macquarie, was tendered in the School of Arts, on Friday evening, November 23, by the pupils attending tlie Blackmail's Point public school, assisted by a number of lady and gentlemen amateurs of the town. 1 tie children, numberiug Annul*, thirf.v lv#»rp fnw v-pvml info tAU'n in volitnlnc and arranged in position on the stage ; aud from their neat nnd excited appearance presented a very pretty picture. To mark their appreciation of entertainments in which the principal performers are children, the public assembled in large numbers, so that the hall was nearly filled. Tlie singing of the children, under the leadership of their teacher, Mr. Harris, who brought them up to a standard of efficiency, was really first-class, taking into con sideration that most of them were very small, and consequently very difficult to teach. Tlie atten tion paid by them to every mov...

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District Court. PORT MACQUARIE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. Before His Honor Judge Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

District Court. Tout Maoquabie, Saturday, Novembeb 24. Before His Honor Judge Hurray. The legal profession was represented by Mr. Browning, barrister, and' the following solicitors :— Messrs. Best and Kemp, of Port Macquarie, and Messrs. Jonos and Digbton, from Kempsey. This court opened at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning, and the following cases were disposed of : R. Hicks v. J. Pcmistone— Claim of £3 I2s, board and lodging. No appearance of defendant. Ml*, flftmiini r.H.thn.m Jl.nnPJL1.All fni* tlm nloinfiff and was awarded a verdict for amount claimed. S. Latham v. J. Blair, junr.— Claim of 9s, amouut of account due. Defendant did not appear. His Honor awarded a verdict for amount named, but said that such a small claim should have been brought before the Small Debts Court. J. DowneB v. Rose. — Mr. Best appeared for the plaintiff, and stated that it hud been settled. The case was accordingly struck out. C. M. Becke v. J. L. Rutliven.— This was an action hi which the plain tiff sou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

THANKS. MR. HARRIS desires to tender his sincere thanks to those ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted him at the Public School Concert held at Fort Macquarie on Friday evening, the 23rd November, also to those gentlemen forming the committee of the School of Arts, for their kindness in grautiug the use of the Hall, free of charge.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

SHIPPING INTKLIHJENCK. PORT MAOQUARIK. ABRIVALS. . November 24.— p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Captain J. Wiokolson, from the Bellinger. November 27.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain B. Taplin, from Sydney. . Passengers— Mrs. J. J. Branch ; Misses Rutliven and Platt ; Messrs. Hill, Bridger, Nidioll, and J. J. Bmuch ; also 3 for the Nambucca, and 1 forihe Bellinger. Carlo— 30 tons for Port Macquarie, 40 tons (or the Nambucca, and* 80 ton for the Bellinger. November 27. — p.s. Avon, 126 tons, Captain J. Nicholson, from tlio Bellinger. November 28.— Empress of India, from Sydney. ' fjDErARTOKES. November 24.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons. Capt Taplin, for Sydney. Passengers— MA. Warltere, Misses Warltera and Farrell, Messrs. Baker, Davis, Sonter, Nicholl, Camming, aud Master Mclntyre. Cargo— 993 bags maize, 11 hides, 40 pigs, 2 coops poultry, 16 cases eggs, 20 Ings bones, 4 cases fish, 3 quarter-casks wine, 0 bales wool, and sundries. November 26. — p.s. Avon, 125 tons, Captain J. Uicbolson, fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

STAR 1 HOTEL, . . HORTON-STREET, Port IVjacquarie. y ' ' .- '.-^ ? . ' ?? J. M1 BONN 0 UGH, #p&0prietoe. ?? ?? ?_ ? THE a'jov.o (Hostelry is replete with every ihodeis'Sbilvi-nieiict1.' / The Bedrooms' are spacious, iofty, and wrjll ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS. t&- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ; room -^ v THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., AliE Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO 1)Y A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. I (Limited.) CAPITAL £100,000. Registered under the Companies Act, 37 Vic lJo. 19. PRODUCE & STOCK SALESMEN, AND AUCTIONEERS, 158 Sussex-street, Sydney. G W T VTF 1 JOIPJ TATE t ^AKAG1!fG DiejSctobs. Consignments of GRAIN, FARM 'PRO DUCE, and LIVE STOCK received, ? and TOP VALUES GUARANTEED, combined with speedy returns. Auction Sales conducted twice eacli week at tlinir rooms. Susspx-street ; every day (ex cept Saturday, at Darling Harl.our ...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 1 December 1888

Port Macqiinrlc Markets. Messrs. W. A. Forstor & Co. quote— Maize, 4s 6d to 5s j oats, 4- 6d to 5s ; barley, -Is 3d to 5s 6d ; wheat 5s 6d to 6s 6d ; onions, 12s to 15s: oaten hay old, Us to 12s 6d, new 5s to 6b 6(1 ; lucerne bay, 7s 6d to 9s 6d ; chaff, 6b Cd to 8s 6d ; geese, 0s to 7« ; turkeys, 8s to 14s : fowls, 3s to 3s fld ; ducks, 4s to 4s Od ; bacon, 6d to 8d ; hams, 8d to 9d ; bran. Is lOd to 2i ; pollard, la 9.1 to 2s ; fat sheep, 8s to Us, store 4s Sd to 6s ; milch cows, 70s to L10 { horses. 70s to L16.

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