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Small Debts Court. PORT MACQUARIE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Jas. Butler, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Small Debts Court. Port Macquaiiie, Tcksdav, December 4. Before F. B. Hales, Kan., P.M., aud Jas. Butler, Esq.,. I. P. Kilwardg & Sons v. J. Leveson,— Claim £1 16s. Mr. Bent appeared for defendant, and admitted tho debt. A verdict was given for amount claimed, with 5s costs. G. \V. Edwards v. J. Leveson. —Claim £1 4s 6d, for newspapers supplied. Mr. Best appeared for defendant. Mr. Edwards said be had been in tbe liabit of supplying defendant with papers for which he had never veen paid. Mr. Best applied for a non-suit on the grounds that the proprietors of the papers aud not the agent Bhonld have been the prosecutors. The Bench awarded a verdict for amount claimed, with 5s costs. W. Fortune v. J. Lcveson.-JCIaim of £3 0s 0d, for bread. Mr. Latham appeared for tbe ptaiatiff, and stated that his client was willing to accept 10s per month. This was agreed to by Mr. Best, who appeared lor the defendant ; and the order was made accordingly. N. Davis v. A. H. Melville.— Claim of ...

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 — 8 December 1888

'???? \ ^ \-'m leSal. ; 1 I1 . Solicitor! Conveyancer, &c, 1 ?#? *.' ' ilOliTONKTKKET, ^?* PORT IWACQUABIE. ! ?' TlfONEY TO LEND in sums from £20 '^ 1V± to £500. ' : . V . . ? ?*' , — ^i ? : — : ? ? ? : ? —^ ? — ? The Newcastle Strike. A STRUCK AMONG THE j Boot & Shoemakers. 8 A Large Boot Warehouse Suspended I Payment j npHROUGH tlie above INSOLVENCY; I. HUM! i Has purcliased from the creditor, at* 25 per ?cent discount, a. LARGE* «uid VAKlliD STOCK of a- LADIES', GENTS\ & VHILDEEM'S Boots and Shoes * OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Which ho is now oflermg to Wo public of iPort Msctrumie and district at : UNHEARD «F PRICEf ; Aa can lie sem l-y *Siose quoted. F. H. Isj : -determined to UNDERSELL aR «tlmrs in ; tlic trade, and strongly ^ucominends liuiids: * of fruiiltes to givn him an EARLY CALL, so as to soeuro UAUOA.IXS. All gootlswe mow being Bold at 10 pet- oent j-w-lit. ; Vote fli&c Vritwss i Kid Hoots, 8s Cd ; Russian Lodtiier, -Gk ;' * * Ivul Shoos, 4s Gd...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Dairying in the North. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Dairying' in the North. * In years gone by very littlo nttoution has lieen given to dairy farming on these Northern rivers, whilst the industry hag developed into largo proportions on tho southern coast. Tho reason of this is that people have always besn under tho imprps eion that our lands were not suitable for dairy purposes ; andt it is only within the last two yoars.that this idea has liccn proved an erroneous one. The rainfall with which the north-eastern coast is fnvore'l has led dairy farmers from the Illawarra district to pay sonic attention to the Northern* rivers, more particularly the Richmond district, and tho result has been the development of the dairying industry in these parts. The forest lands have yielded suitable gross and shelter for stock in times of wet and flood, ind tho low lands have proved most advantageous iu times of drought, whilst patclier have been found suitable for the cultivation of artificial grasses. On all the Northern Rivors, including the Husti...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. PORT MACQUARIE, MONDAY DECEMBER 3. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and James Butler, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Police Court. f Port Macqcakie, Monday December 3. Before F. B. Holes, Esq., P.M., and James Butler, Esq., J.P. A£ the instance of Mr. Forest Ranger Brown, Patrick O'Neill appeared to prove uis claim to two girders which had been seized on the Red bank Reserve, but failing to do so they were confiscated to the Ciowu. Toesdav, December. 4. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and James jjutier, n.sq., ti.t. Dennis O'Brien, alias Sherry, appeared to answer four charges which bad been preferred against him by Senior-Constable Netterrleld, viz. : — Drunk and disorderly, furious riding in the streets of tho town to tlic danger of the populace, obscene'language , and i-oniatiug the police in the execution of their duty. 1o each of these charges he pleaded guilty. Senior-Constable NotterfR-hl said that the accused had only been released from gaol ou Monday, the day on wliich he committed the offences, and that his language and actions were something disgraceful. The Bench read a list of 13 prev...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gully Flat Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Gully Flat Races. The following are the weights for the principal events in connection with the above : Gult.v Flat Handicap. st. lbs. C. Doyle's Brewarrina ? 7 12 K. Morcom's Comic ? 7 10 R. Laurie's Lavender ? 7 10 G. L. Summerville's Leviticus ... 7 3 E. Kilmurry's Ksprit ? 7 3 W. J. Kerrt First Try ? 7 3 ? K. Kilmurry's Lady Wallace ... 7 0 K. Morcom's Ginger ? 7 0 J. IVarroll's Scoundrel ? 6 -7 Plying Ha^ioaf. C. Doyle's Brewarrina ... ... 8 0 R. Laurie's Lavender ? 7 12 G. L. Summerville's Leviticus ... 7 5 E. Kilmurry's Esprit ? 7 S W. J. Kerr's First Try ? *7 5 J. Warroll's Lass ? 7 3 E. Morcom's Splinter ..? ... 7 0 G. L. Summerville's Victor ? 6 10 The marriage of Miss Essie Jenyns in the Sydney Cathedral, on Wednesday afternoon last, was a scene not likely to be forgotten. All who were at the morning service remained in Church, so persons with cards of entree could not obtain admission. rr«i_ _ t.~; J___..__ «?_ f ti Ht?_— J I. - A &— £_i.i. i~:~ A. lie unuegruum,...

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 — 8 December 1888

Local and General News. The Wkather. — In our last issue we intimated that steady ram had set in on Friday morning, 30th ult, and it is now our pleasant duty to record a copious downpour in many parts of the colony. On the Friday afternoon in question, the rain came down in heavy showers at Fort Maoquarie, and towards night a strong north-east wind set in. The niglit threatened to be a very 6tormy oue, and the gusts of wind brought up very heavy rain, which completely flooded the town. The rain continued until about 10 p.m. on Friday, when the wind lulled, and only light showers fell at intervals. By 9 a.m. on Saturday no less than 485 points of rain had fallen, and this exceeds by far the fall in any other part of the colony. The. rain extended all over the Hastings district, and on Sunday a slight rise in the Hastings and Wilson Rivers was notioeable. The crops in all parts of the district exhibit a most healthy appearance, and everything now points to an abundant yield of maize. ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

For Ever True. * Cirupnai XVL . , . «I luve |wt »y ?tWj-a snJ dreams nut of mill J, Hyf* that »ie over. Annumi that are done. Ibe nwiy-ouurw*! «ou,tfr v«y- tojgg to London 6 rift, tuid t)nii jvoceed to Paris ariS c0itT'C3iitiiii'iita) cities Tor their liridal trip. The fcaciWI service, tiic pealing nrjpm, tue wedding-breakfast, with Us Uutfhta'.r, tiozx of voices, gor^ous aresBos, »nn nasiiing jtweis, the liarrk-d remorai of lier bridal -urny for li?r travellijifi-KOuu, all laJ jj^KSftd to Nancy as ii-*inoiis dream. 'SSKh *BOve9*1»l)oiit*1!^ ctieiwlm is absolutely conscious of nothing, , wlio is W liy sonii'. *fronjr influence, (tut he yonil flint is pownrlcss to act for liereclf. Shn kmird tftft false, honeyed congratula tions in a dim, far-off «»y, fueling it must be some other parson vim stood there with » t*O(|Ue.t of flowers in her {muds, slid a carriage waiting to cmiiwv ber *w«y. Hut sh« sn$fcc with a suddep J*auj: of «g4iiy to know th»t it was uodrr&in, Irat all liii...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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H. R. J. Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

S. £. J. Club. The following are tlie nominations for the principal events in connection with the Hastings River Jockey Club races : Shorts Handicap— $ mile. W. Kerr's First Try ?3. F. Spence's MyosotiB ?3. & E. Mclnlrcrny'a Final Try J. & E. Mcluherny's Barney . W. Felton's Brian Boru H. McLennan's Ravenswood W. S. Ooehrane's Carita K. Kilmurry's Esprit ?3. Doyle's Brewamna Ladies' Mile. . A. BlaiVa Una H. McLeunan'e Little Wonder E. Kilmurry's Lady Wallace * W. Felton's Brian Bora W. J. Kerr's First Try o. & Si. Mclnneray's Unal Try J. & K. Mclohemy's Barney J. F. Spence's Myosotis New Years Gift— 1J mile. W. Codirane's Carita J. Doyle's Brewarrina H. McLenuan's Ravcnswood i \V. Felton's Brian Born J. & fi. Mclnherny's Final Try E. Kilmurry's Esprit H. R J. Cujb Handicap— 2 miles. A. Klair's Una J. & K. Mclnherny's Final Try H. McLenuan's Little Wonder ; H. McLennan'e Ravenswood W. S. Cochranc's Carita Welter Handicac— 11 mile. W. J....

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Muaicipal Council. The usual fortnightly rueeting«pf the Munici pal Council was held in the council chambers on Tuesday, December 4, when there were present— 3?he 'Mayor (in the chair), and Aldermen ' Cayanagb, Hay ward, Hibbard, and Gaul. Thfjninutes of the previous meeting, were reodjimd confirmed on the motidh of Alder man Hibbard; seconded by1 Alderman Hay ward. . . *. A . ♦ .. ~ O0BRBBP0XDENCK. A communication was read from Messrs. Young and, Roberts, in reply to one from th£ Council Clerk asking the mode of procedure for the . establishment of a free public library w 'connection with the Council, which stated that they would refer, the Council, to the 141st and 144th clausea of the Municipalities Act for the information required. They should first establish their school, and then apply for th'e benefits to which their district is entitled. A letter from the Mayor of Kempsey, Mr. Wilson, stated that the Council $-f that borough did not pay for the footways leading to the houses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

To Tne rJNns«fip*ii fuTalic. ! ? '?'*'? i ? . I ««nsai .. , ^.^, ;,,.-,/?? . . ? , . ?» . . ?''-'? '??'?' : ???' ? '? ?' ' ' ' ''' ? j a -?-??- ?? -.,;i .- ,: ,' . . ? . .|.. .. .???? .?: :\ \ :.i {)'??; '. vji r/ / ?r-rv^; .??^?\x :.-....' - : '^ ' ? . ? . x ' ? '? ''? ? : ?? . ?'?? ? ? ?„ , ? f - ^ ' , -.*??? - ? R. WOOOLANOi Has muclL pleasure in inviting the attention of .everyone to the Price-list of Goods- no^ on sale at the 'West Port Macquarie Store. . ? ?- '???*. ' No LdW I*riees arequoted with ??the view of misleading- the public — - £ * Everything ad^ertise^ is of reliable and stealing1 quality. ^ ===== ; ** ? * tal tk Jpllowmg Startling Price List : Pickles, 8d Sauce, 6d per bottle Currants, 4Jd Baisius, 5d Candied Peel, 8d Salad '6ft, Sd per bottle Castor Oil, 5d per bottle Bryant and May's Mashes, 4d doz pb. tins Keen's Mustard, 9d Jams, 4jd per tin Snow Drop Sugar, 3d per lb by bag Best Cabin Biscuits, 4d Best New Zealand Cheese, Is lb Salmon, lOd per tin^ Sardines, 3...

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Ellenborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

'';?-. ?-'.-?'' jJJBIlsibbpougli.**— ; **''?? ' i ??/, (FROM ODE i)OEBBSPflNpiST,V- „*. Tens fcrmers around this^)arti)f th'e vdJBtriot hayobuttnfMrly well tireatM during the past month or two in the way of ^gsnial weather.; We have hail occasional Bhow^rs -and bright sunshiny days.Twhioh are admirably suited to strengthen the crops and give a spring to +3in Brass, congenuentlv evenrone is in rood spirits. The outlook' from an agricultural point -of view jb very promising. We would be glad of another downfall of rain just at the present time, still we have not much cause to cry out yet . . The collectors for the stipend fund of the Ohurch of England nre striving hard to raise a sum of ?money which will, entitle this district to wore services than it gets at present. I hope they will be successful, as the number of 'servicre held here in a year is indeed very few. The Rev. Mr. Wilson is greatly respected in this district both by old and young. The people around here are still discuss...

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Anniversary of Wesleyan Sabbath School. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

Anniversary of Wesleyan Sabbath, ,„? School. Anniversary services iu connection with the Wecleyan Sabbath School were held in the Wcsleyan. Church, Port Macquarie, on Suu day the 25th ult. For the occasion the interior of the building was modestly decorated with sreenerv and wreaths, and festoons of flowers, while on the wall over thA platform appeared the words, ' Welcome Friends,' and on the wallu on. eithei ride were the mottoes ' Christ our Hope,' and ' God is Love,' being the handiwork of the pastor, the Rev. S. H. Macdade. The services were conducted by the Rev. Daniel Gilsenan, of Kempsey, who delivered an able and very interesting address in the afternoon to the children, the subject being ' The Garden of the Heart.' In the course of his remarks the speaker urged his hearers to labour, with Divine assistance, to extirpate all weeds, such ' as pride, evil temper, uutruthfulncss, £c,, and to cultivate the flowers af every Divine virtue. In the nveu inc, the Rev. gentleman spok...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

-? . SHIPPING lNTEMiI«KN€K. ? PORT HACQUARIK. , - ARRIVAU. - November 30.— e.t. Wellington, ISO tons, Capt. Taplin, from Sydney. ? . Passengers— Mesdanies Mnodonnell, Warlters, Hooper, audili s Wnitera ; and Messrs. Jlacitonuell, Turnliara, aud Master Clyde. Cargo— 30 tons of general merchandise lor Fort, and 15 tons for tbe Bellinger. December 2.— &.«. Fernmount, 860 tons, Captain Anthon, from Sydney. Deoember 3 ? Alice, tag, from Sydney. £,. Taplin, from Sydney, l'asseugers— Uesdames Kemp; and Davis; Messrs. Branch, Kemp and Hodinett Cargo— 30 tons for Port Macquarie, and 10 tons for the Bellinger. December 6.-8.8. Feromouut, 2G0 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from the Namhucca. December 6.— p.s. Avou, ISS^toas, Captain J. Nicholson, from the Bellinger. December 6.— Alice returned. December 7.— «.s. Wellington, ISO tons. Capt. E. Taplin, from Sydney. Passengers— Miss Kieler; Messrs. f. Taplin, Lacey, aud Philips. Cargo— 20 teas for Port, and 10 for Bellinger. OKFARTOHKS. Deoembo...

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 — 8 December 1888

STAR HOTEL HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J . M ' 0 0 N N 0 U C H , PROPRIETOR. *. . ? WnpHE above Hostelry is replete with everj JL modern convcnieuco. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and wel ventilated. ? ^ PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. f^- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAI ROOM 'O THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c, Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. [circular. I To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed oil connection with Tatc Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, has now commeiicod liusiness under the name and style of JOHN . TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 2G0a Sussex street, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or General Produce entrusted to their care will receive best and immediate attention, and Account Sales will -be rendered with promptitude. Soliciting your favo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CurmcH , or Bkomsd.— Beechwood 10-30, .Knnis 2*30, Port Maoquario 7'15, Rev. K. Wilson. Also on December 16— ftollauds Plains 10'30, Telegraph Point 230, Port Macquarie 7 15,, Rev. :R. Wilson. ? * . ' Wkslkvas.— Kendall 11 and 3. Laurietou 7, Rev. S. H. Macdade; Part Macquarie U, Mr. Garrett; :Port Macquarie 7*15. Blackmail'* Point 3, Mr. J. Sccombe ; Kimis 11* Mr. K. Woodlands; Black - man's Point 7, Mr. R. Masters, senr. fe ' Pmsbytkiuan.— Huntingdon 10-30, Wauchopo 2-30, Port Macquarie 715, liev. K. Davidson. .Also on December 16— Upper Camdcn Haven 10-30, Kendall 3, Laurietou 7^15, Rev. R. Davidson.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

CO9IUEUUI4L INTELLIGENCE. Sydney markets. :'[Br Blkctric Tkixubai'h.I Thursday. ilr. IV.. C. Robinson qnotc— Maize, 4», plentiful ; iP'gs, 4}d; eggs, 9rl ; poultry, plentiful. Tho .Soutli Coast and West Camden Oo-operative Company .quote — Best dairy butter, Is Od to Is Sd, factory Is 8d to Is 9it ; best band cured bacon, 6d .to Siil, machine cured Oil to 7Jd ; best liaud-cured liama, 8d to lid, machine cured 5d to 7Jd ; lard, i4Jd to 6d j cheese, Sd to 9d, sftood class 6d to 7d ; 'inaf7.o,!4s ; potatoes, L9 5s ;eggs, lid. Messrs. .John Tute & Co. quote— Maize, 4b ; chaff, 8a to 12s ; now potatoes, Ssiid ; lucerne hay, £s 6-1 to 6s 6d ; .butter, la 9d ; ebeese, lOd ; eggs, J« Id ; i fowls,'3s'3d to 3s 6d ; ducks, 3b 9d to 4s ; geese, °8s i to 9s i pigs, dull, 3d to 4d for prime ; calves, 18a to 35s ; honey, 3Jd to 4d ; lieeswax, lOd ; Miles, 3d to ?t4d ; cedar, boards 23s to 30s, logs 20s to 23s ; pine, i logs 86s to'!96s ; spokes 10s to 12s 6d ; milch cows, .LOtoLlO. Mr. 'J...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 8 December 1888

JOHNS— WOODLANDS.— On November 22nd,   at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. R. W. Wilson, William, eldest son of SAMUEL JOHNS, of Huntingdon, Hastings River, to EMILY, fifth daughter of ROBERT Woodlands, of Bellangry Brook, Morton's Creek.     SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Solicitor, JDojiye^aftcer, &c., , %JTONg¥ JTO lMft# sum? ft*m £20 .' ^ it ' ' ' * ' ' ' ^ ' ' * - Important. ODLD i GOLD* ! GOLB^l Boots.* Boots. Boots. cAr&MAs is boinm, * i, train ? 'Christmas Supply BOOTS & SB&OES ARRIVED PKES.8. WKLLINGTOJf| The Quality is Good, the Afiportmcnt Better, and for Cheapness and Neatness we deTy 4Sompetition. A LL these liuos have been purchased J\. from tbe Offioial Assignee for tlie insolvent estatfof Messrs. G. Brown & do., of Oxford-street, at a fifty per -Mt. discount, «ndAre now being sold at Sydney prices, Freight and Commission added. This is no boast, but a reality, which always comes lifter a fatality. Heads of Families and others shfluld at once take advantage of this opportunitj* and purchase at HUTLEY'S all Boot*'* and Shoes required for Christmas. F.HUTLEY»# PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Horfcon-street, Fort Macquarie J. MADDOX, Eairdreprfi ToMcconist, HORTON-STREET, f *fr Port Macquarie, BEGS to announce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

BEEGHfOOD HOTEL, BEECHWOOD, A IS NOW OPEN FOlt THE Accommodation of Travellers AND OTHERS. The Best of Everything. JOHN STONEHOUSEr £roprieto& Join* See and Co.'|Jiin8 o! StsamerB. J!i]LuUd.l»lUDIp!£jii!ii}. RET«ftir?ScKETSf Witt, Dfi (BbvWitoTi&tEii 15& Dec, 1888, & 16th Jan., 1889, % J^Htt SEE & 00 Grof^tafce and Ipl, fpHE HrtiJerBijftied has lor sale 40 AOl&ES J_ «f aSTAjj&IKG CROP OF MAIZE ? — 15 acres coining in tessle, the balance knee high. All looking splendid. i it ' ?Arrangonients jam he toade for tlie pur chase of the lanfr-after the residence liae been vompletod, which will be in March next. A «arly application i« invited. #. DANIHEE, Pappinbarra Greek. Department of Lands, Sydney, 30th November, 1886. BABBIT NUISANCE XCt-OF 1888. THE attentioli of StockAgers ts invited toi notice in the OovemmSSfBasMe of this date, Respecting the returns whioWunder a .penalty not exceeding £20, muBtibe tnaflr by the 1st January ner...

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Concert. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Concert: TO THE EDITOR OF THE FOBT MaCQCaW. NEWS. Sir,— -Nut having met with the support and co operation that I expected re the concert in aid of sports for the youngsters oj JJoxing Vny, I have been reluctantly compelled to abandon the under taking. An advertisement having already appeared in your paper, stating that an entertain ment would take place some titan during the month, I shall be obliged by your kindly allowing the insertion of this note.— Yours truly, F. B. HALES. December II. ? ^ ? During a heavy storm at Wellington on Sunday the north end of the Presbyterian Church, and one of the walls of the public library , ware blown down and several houses were unroofed-. Alderman John Harris lias been unanimously re-elected Mayor of Sydney for the year 1889. Splendid general ratus have fallen in the Northern Territory. They have resulted in the resumption of mining operations. A Bulgarian journal, published at Sofia, predicts that there will be a great war in the near future. I...

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