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

Official Correspondea§6. The following official corresponflonco has oeeb addressed to MesBi-s. Young and Roberts, M'n.P. ' Departmentof PubHc Instracbion, Syaney71)ecember 4, 1888. ! (Jeotlemen.^tWth refiftence to your letter dated ?19tu September I|B-, forwarding ft petition from the parenWand guardians of the children attending tire public' BChool at Ballengarra. for the enlarceuicnt oT me eciiwi uuiming ai- luui fjuux^^ain utn^ccea vo acquaint you that, baring consifigEtd a report -upon the matter, the Minister of Puum Instruction lias -decided to erect % newJiuildingTo acconipiofetc about forty pupils. The architect for pimlic schoolB^iaa accordingly been instructed to prepare the necessary plans and specificatiouB^-Yours, 4c, G. Millkk. * - Department of Public 'Works, * . t Sydney, December 3, 18i?8. » Gentlemen, — With reference to your letter of! the Will ultimo, urging the classification of. the Koree Island road, I am directed to inform you that the Secrctaqr for Public Wo...

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 — 15 December 1888

-iMy Flat Eaces. TqpE races, ^diich took place on 'We^es day4asl,vcre well atteaded, mud paBSed off vorywtisfae^rily. ^liSre were abtiit.-tfO fjenoSb present, -of 'wiioh number a*f£fr proportion Vere ladies The attendance ?woifld have bew considerably largej had tt not teen tor i*the drizzling xain which fell throughout the Say Several races besides those on the progranlme were run forjjridles, &c, anl great interest was manifested in every event. A substantial dinner was provided 'v.t the ftooths of Messrs. John Coombes and E Kilraurry, while Mrs Henry attended to the wants £of the ^pctatorfi jn the 'wayfo. (liquor A dance winch had been arranged to -take J lace in the evemugatMr !Kilrtiurt-}'s?lid not -come 'off on account 'of the wet. Mr. 'Jjohh Storte house acted an the capacity^ juflgb, whilst Mr O W Hay«tard dischargcdCile duties of secretary ami treasuter. ^Ooastable McUurley, from -Port ^lacquaric, |ktts presftnt to maintain peace. The MlOwifg.SsJ ;a list of the winh...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Port Hacqnarie Markets. Messrs. \V. A. Fowtor t Co. quotes— Maize, 3s ' 9d to4stid; oats, 4s to 5s 6d ; bailey, 4s to 5s; wheat,'6s to 5a Od : Aions, 12s to 10s ; oaten hay, old 1 la to 12s 6d, new 5s to 0s ; lucerne hay, 8s to : 8b 6d j chaff, 6s Od to 8s 6d ; geese, fie to 7s ; tur . ieysr«ockB 8s to 12s, hens 6s to 8s 6d ; fowls, 3s to 4s ; ducks, 3s Od to 4 b Cd ; bacon, 6d to Sd ; hams, 8d t-i Is ; bran. Is 9d to 2s ; pollard, Is 6*1 to ls«d ; sheep, fats 8s to Ms, stores 4s to 0s ; wattle bark, £2*o L2 6s, chopped £5 to £7 ; potatoes, 6s to ;7s ; milch cows, L3 10s to L8 ; horses, L3 10s to LI 7 ; good store cattle in demaud.

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. December 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

^ tatesV*8pBwa^elefframs! ' IjONDON ' * * * «? December 12 -. ©bmwi'iJSgne.litabeen Yomforccd* nnd is t&grim feurassrag the -garrison at Soakim farther jbroops S*v$ -been ordered &pm No protest lias |geen. weened -from Queens1 JltnaTosat-aing tlie *nw-inttnent of General Sit* ° ° W ^k? ** Norman. ** ^probably be appointed -so(idjutor to tie bishop bi JJoeliester. * YTThe 3?rench ChWbfer 'of Deputies lhas' ipasseS an 'extgtordinary war budget of tfrenty-twoandftiiaU rnnhon pounds * * 'Tho Austrian Federal Squadron will Xe 'ready in Match A big fire has taicen 'place attheDotrltown jpottery f&J&Brimn fcowdon # Attempts to raise a Russian -loan in lioiidon 'and feetlin have failed. , The new ironclad Media averaged 18 knots ?at her trial pnp. ? John Bright has -rallied -wonde^iHy. .;?-? . ... .# . December IS. ?An Austrian expedition has been organised 'toasoertaia the fate of Stanley. .; /ill^i Alliance between Russia and France ?is considered probable....

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 — 15 December 1888

fiELICIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'Cnnucii or Eklakij.— Rollauds Plains 10-30, ' Telegraph Point 2*30, Port Macquaric 7'15, Rev. R. 'Wilson. Also on December 23— Bcechwood 10-30, Eunis 2-30, Port Macquaric 7#15, Rev. K. iV'ilson. iWksleyan.— Bcechwood II, Rawdon Island 3, Port Mac-]uurio 7-15, Rev. S. II. Macdadc; Port Wacqnaric 11, Blockman's Point 3, Mr. J. White ; Knnisll, Mr. J. Secombe ; Blacknmn's Point 7, Mr. R. Woodlands. Also ou December 23— Knuis 11, Telegraph Poiut 3, Port Macquarie 715, Rev. 8. H. Maulode ; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. R. Wood lands; Blackmail's Point 3, Mr. G. Gorrett ; Blackmail's Point 7. Mr. J. Malcom. Pkehiiytehian.— Upper Camden Haven 1030, Kendall 3, Laurioton 7-15, Rev. R. Davidson. AIbo on December 23— Huntingdon 10-30, Wauuhope 2-30, Port Manjuarie 7-15, Rev. R Davidson. She gort parijuarif %tw$. SATURDAY, DECEMHER 15, 1888.

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

mo STAND THIS SEASON, AT Clarefield, Rollands Plains, THE IIUAVr DRAUGHT KTALUON General Hastings. Gkkebal Hastings is a beautiful bay colt, stands 17 hands high, and built iu proportion. Bred 1-Y Mr. A. Town, Hobartville. General Hast ings has ulse been successful iu the rIiow dug, having obtained first prize at the l'ort Mac -juarie Show for the best two-year-old eolt on the-ground. General Hastings was foaled Octflber, 18S3; cot by Gallant Scotchman -invp.), dam by Muir Lad (imp.), g.d. by General Chancy (imp.), g.g.d. by Old Tom (imp.) Tehms— £'2 2s single mare j for two or more marcs, belonging to the same owner, a reduction of Ss tvill be made. THE CREAMY PONY Will also stand the season at the same placo Sellitton is a beautiful Creamy l'ony, stands 14 hands high, and is well built. He is by Old : . ' Selb'ttou, out of a well br-M mare. ' :? Terms— £1 each mare. Mares must be removed and paid for by January 1st, 1S89. Good paddocks will bo provided, but uo responsi bility incu...

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Law in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Law in New South Wales. 'The highest and most responsible duty which, in our opinion, rests on u politician's shoulders is that of tilt! advancement of the laws of the country which lie servos and in which he lives. The laws of a country are a suretand certain index to (he morale, the intelligence, and the enlightenment of its people. From tho lowest type of humanity to the highest the statuto book is the indicator of tho morals and intelligence of the com munity. Observation and history will confirm this theory, facts prove it. In a question of national morality, such as the Divorce Jiill And Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sisters Bill in New South Wales, the numerous Divorce Facilitating Acts in the United States, the infliction or abolition of the death ponalty in various countries, tin; advance or retrogression of morality as of national polity, is mostly a matter of private opinion. At any rate, we have in such acts as these evidence of activity in the moral life of tho State. W...

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"Sitting" and "Setting." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

'Sitting' and 'Ssttiag.' Many of the agricultural journals, says the Chris tian World, are sorely troubled to know whether a hen sits or sets. If some editor of dignity would set a ben on the neat, and tbe little editors would let her sit, it would be well for tbe world. Now a man, or a woman either can set a hen, although they cannot sit her; neither can they set on her, although the old hen might sit on them by the boar if they would allow. A man cannot set on a wash-bench: but lie could set the basis on it, aud neither the basis nor the grammarians would object. He could sit on » dog's tail if the dog were willing, or he might set his foot on-it. But if he should set on the aforesaid tail, or sit his foot there, the gram marians as well as the dog would howl, and yet, strange as it may seem, the man might Bet the tail aside and then sit down, and neither be assailed by the dog nor the grammarians. If you wish for success in life make perseverance your bosom friend, experience you...

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

Local aijg. General Novrs. Certificate Refused. — An application was made before Mr. Justice Deffell, in the Sydney Bankruptcy Court, on behalf of W. A. Spcnco, of Port Macquarie, for a certifi cate of clearance. The case is reported as follows by the Syd7tey Daily Telegraph : — Re Win. Andrew Spence, a certificate application. His Honor said that after the report dated November 29 last was filed and presented and considered, the learned counsel for the objecting creditors (Mr. Hanbury Davies) tacitly abandoned the objections filed, und he relied on that report. The report as to material facts and law are as follows : — ' I have to point out, as it appears to me, that the bankrupt has committed offences within the provisions of subsection B of clause 38 of the . Bankruptcy Act, in the manner following : — Messrs. R. Gray, Son and Co. obtained a judgment on Deoemlier 7, 1887, an execution was issued on December 8, 1887, for £439, but instruc tions to proceed tinder the execution were...

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"The Bishop of D—-." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

-?? ? - ' 3S» SUiliop flf 3--r-^' A deputation of Scottish clergymen, who were on their way to the General Assembly of the Kirk, had started by coaolrfU an early hour, and bad to travel some 20 miles .lwfgre they reached the inn where breakfast *as nrjspaJSMor them. The keen ai^f* Norths hills shaiSned their appetite, ana *i'Jrtn thf btethreu Jrp voTSp to tbe inn, they] were Almost «*aiiUhealy'ithi hunger. ' Now| e^tJ^en, jUst^O minnK»jfof*reakfast,'' «aid-»the «oacliman, as'iiecnteredUfe' landlady's snag little parlour to have^iis own. Ten minutes* The time was short, and they must make theiaoBt of it. They rusUed iuto*lio room where breakfast was spread, and there, basking bis ample person before tbe fire, stood a portly gestleman, dressed souls' what like a dignitary of the Church of England! Their appetite was keener than their cariosity, so they Bosrcely looked at jthe stranger, .but . coiicen ?tratcawltheiritteritioBDnltbe 'vmuds. Half-way in +li« nil* i'ltafVti*A 4-li* tnntva...

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

^?^JChWBrt, '^ fun two first eleveus of the Port Macquarie cricket blubs met-pn the local ground ou Saturday last, for the first time- Beiulta proved the contest to be a very one-sided one, as the old team won by an innings and J 10 mne. The match was a very agreeable one, and we hope to see these two clubs meet again in friendly rivalry before the season closes. The following are the scores:— Port Uaoqdabie. J. E. Flynn, nin out ? v ... 31 - A. K. flouiitney, run out ... ... 8 W. A.T3ponce, b Buttaworth ... - *. ? 2 J. Stewart, c Harris, b Gamack ... 0 J. h. Ruthvou, c Cox, b Buttaworth ... 22 J. Coudon, run out ? 29 C. Locktou, b Gamack ... ... ... 17 Dr. Goode, b Davis .... ..?. ... 9 A. 3. Thorpe, c Blade, b McCleary ... S W. Hatteniley, not out... ? 21 A. N-. Pountney, b McCleary ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... : ... 10 Total ? ' ...r54 United— let innings. T. D. McCleary, c Spence, b Condon... 6 H. Owen, b Stewart ... ? 1 S. P. Kemp, b Stewart ? 0 N. Davis, c Spence, b Stewart ...

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Is Death Dreadful? [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

- ^fHite7|)e&tfc!^re{dfWl=r T11KB.K is an interesting article in Ine October number of tho New 5wk Forum, in which Mr. Juntas Henri Browne, 'writing after long study and . oven Mperience; of the subjeot, endeavour* to dethrone Doottif from the position of King of Terrors. Mr. Tirowue fliggji ho -ielU^is, 'JeLi a. great deal of deo-th. anOpols as if J lie haB died repeatedly himself.' ASiiKiy lie had^n unfiBuilly large numberionnarraW^Sanes from doatn.i-'In ihe Civil War lie received a wound which was believed to be mortal'; and iu the coarse of his professional evperienoe as a doctor be has seen all sorts aud conditions of people die. The result of liis cxpff-ience may be gathered from the iollowiug abstract of bis article; — ' j He begins with pointiite out bow ' the«o days of: reason aud soiouce ' should haw shattevefi the old' nuperstition lliat - fleath itself - is painful:— Wd'hysical dissolution was Jong regarded as : intensely painful, aud bygone literature is full of...

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

-;: i; ??.'?_ ???.????.'.... ? .,.. .\i.: ; . '?-?'?-..'' '-. . 'iN''. . ? *; ; .??..?*? ? ? ?? ? ? ,, , ♦ ? ?-.-.; v '.'?- ? ?? . ?. \- ? . , ??? # . ? ? ? ?'?-?? ' ? ' * ? ; ? ???4 ??'? ? ? - ? ? ? ? ? ' . ? ' ' ' ? ' ' '''???**? .'? , . . ' v ??'? * ' i - - ? ?'?-'-? ;.*?'??;?? ? * . ? .'. * - . ? ? ? *---:'- -'^ .?? ??; ', :; '. . ; ? .-..? ' ? .. - \ ' ' ? r. -a * ' ? ? ? ? ? * r & , jh^^. . -. ? '- i I t V- i i ,,-s- -.I ? - ? - ? '-??? ? ???--„ -, ,-? ? ? , ? - ?„?„ , , ? i . « . J* ' ' '^ ? ' . i ~ * 1 R WOOOUM& Has mucli pleasure in inviting the attention of everyone to the Price-list of G-oods now $& sale at the West Port Mac^uarie Store. No Low Prices are quoted with the view of misleading the public— « * ? ? ? everything1 advertised is of reliable paid sterling1 quality. Read the Following Startling Price List : Pickles, 8d Sauce, 6d jter bottle Currants, 4Jd Raisins, 5d Candied Peel, 8d Salad Oil, 5d per bottle Castor Oil, 5d per bottle Bryant an...

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

STAR HOTEL, EORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. m J. MlDONsNQUGH, P PROPRIETOR. THE above Hostelry is replete with every modern convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. KT COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM -^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c., Ann i- Oniy of the Choicest Brands. Hhe Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. [CIBCULAB.] To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN~TATE HAVING severed all connection with Tate Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Ltmibe^j^Jjas now commenced business under the Wine and style of JOHN TATE A Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydney. Any consignments of Live' Stock or General Produce entrusted to their core will receive best and immediate attention, and Account Sales will be rendered with promptitude. Soliciting your favor, Yours truly, JOHN TATE...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

?eOHHEBVIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. * [By Elkotbic Telegraph.] ^ r Thursday. 'Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Dovlin quote — 'Maize, 4s to 4s Id ; hides, 2$d to 3Jd ; tallow, £20 to £28. Mr. John Bridgo quotes — Hides, very firm, heavies 3d to 3{d, medium weights 2Jd to 3d, lights «am«.quotation, dry to 3Jd ; I sold 1723 satisfac torily ; tallow, unaltered, prime L27 10s, medium L24 10a to L26 10s, low quality th L24 ; I sold 142 'casks t maize, maikot dull, prime 4s to 4s Id, large supply forward ; pigs, demand brisk for porkers and bacon sizes, former avoragc 4d to 4Jd, latter 3Jd. light weights and small dull of sale ; calves, goed«upply forward, demand brisk. Messrs. John Tatc 4 Co. quote— Maize 4* 2d to 4s 3d; oats, 3s 9d ; bran, Is6d; pollard. Is 3d; honey, 3Jd ; bocswax, lOd ; hides, 3d ; tallow, £26 ;«cggs, Is 2d; fowls, prime Si to 83, inferior 2s 9d to 3s 6d ; ducks, 3s Od to 4s j gerse, 10s to 11s; new potatoes, 10s; onions, 15s; pigs, market full, prices low ; calves,...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

SHIPPING INTELMCENjUE. , POET MACQUAKIE. JlRltlVALS. Decemlm-8 ? Julius Vogel, from Sydney. December C— n.s. Avpu, 12S toue, Captain 3. Nicholson, from the Ikllftger. t December 9.— Louisa Messoll, from Sydney. December 11.— s.b. Wellington, 160 tons, Cant. Taplin, from Sydney. Hl'aBseugcra— Mr. A. It. Butler, and 4 in the steerage ; alto 1 for the .Bellinger. Uargo— About 20 tone lor 1'ort, ana iu tons for the Bellinger. December 12. — 8.8. Shclbourae, from Newcastle, ?with 75 tona of coal for John Sec ft Co. 'a steamers. Decem'wr 12.— Empress of India, from Sydney. - Deocmuer 13.— p.e. Avon, 125 tons, Captain Jas. 'Nicholson, from the Bellinger. December 13. —Alice May, from Sydney; DKFABTCHES. December 8.— e.s. Wellington, ISO toss. Captain B. Taplin, for Sydney. Passengers— Meiidames PrairfiA juiri Mumhv ? Mrjun. Hunen. P. O. Martin. E. T. Mulligan, R. S. Gai-butt, Walker, Huddar, Koko, Watson, and 1 in the steerage. Cargo -1 000 bags m'aixe, 2 hides, 05 pigs, li coops poultry, ...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

**' *1=^i'Ever Tfue. ?Chapter XVI. Witt difficulty Bainoe restrained lier -tears ; she f-ilt she must not* break down .or ? Nancy would be more distressed tliau ever. 'She looked at tliegicUtinploringly. 'Whatnui I to do, miss?' ske'aslced, 'liurriedly. * This direct iudifferenoe to him lasbed ? Crawshttw .to fury. ' Do'!' he shouted, ?' do what I ttfll you — ' be off'. Come, I shanit stand any impudence $ ? or nonsense, off you £o\' Nancy iput her hand up to her -throat .;: the white'Bowers^p lmr boquet were uA so # -pale as her £aoe. ' V ' What if I— I refuse to let Baines -go 1' ? .she Said, in low, choked tones, her pride and auger making her faint and weak. Crawaliaw turned and looked at Jier fixedly. 'I don't think you Wll go against me, Nancv,''lie said, in ominously quiet tones, and with a 'Shiver she yude%tood him. Thwart him or defy him in any way, and his crufllliand would fall on the wan for whose «ake she Jiadjwreoked lier.life. .No— no, she liadputljer hand to the- plo...

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By the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

?^ ?♦ — Bit tie Son. The wliite-capped waves are datliing, .Along tlio tliure they're splqitiiug '?With conscious rtiythinio craahiug, And tlicy my,'-1 . . . ''Lefus snrav.' ' * ♦ v ?' -..,4--. , ' The holy folks arc raising . '. ' 4*' * ^'heir tents for pious praising, ' ''?. 'Tor sinners they'll lie oliosing, . » ft, * ? Anl tlifey say, * ' ' ~j ' Let us pray. ;])own by the hriiur waters ?' ? ' ??? The lmgtliug Hotel snorters *? Arc iixhigwiminer quarters ?» ? -And they say, ? ? '(Let ue prey.'

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Revision of the Jury List. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Revision of the Jury List. Tuesday, December 1). Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Walsh, Fryer, Platt, Perrett, Butler, Wurltcrs, Ruthven, Mclnhcruy, Daniher, Macdonncll, Summerville, and Doyle, J.sP. The Bcuoh revised the list of names of gentlemen tclected to act as jurors for the year 1SS9. The names of two or three gentlemen were struck off as being exempt ; and the mileage in a number of cases re-adjusted, after which the court rose. The list now includes over two hundred names, which is the minimum number allowed by the Act to make up a couujigU; lint, I

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Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 15 December 1888

Police Court. Mo.sT^-, December 10. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M. George WilliamB pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and also to another charge of asking iilms. He waB sentenced to fourteen days' hard labour in the Port Macquaric gaol.

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