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For Ever True. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 5 January 1889

For Ever True. . 'CnxnrBit XVlfT. . ' Ho: -stood .And raeoiiiinitrc.'], Jiravi«g first flRCfrt«iiiwJ tiiatit was still curly liy« glance p.!, l-.is-ivntcli. iintl (linn determined Mo itako tho right-lurid lire. ?'?I must li.tvo mndna regular detour,' bo said tn.iiimself. ':Tlmt mass of trees ?ovi- di'iitiy'Wlongs (o tlie cast part of ltipjtone. J -tiairgetiiacuaiiat way. -So, Fiiitins -llif1 nation to tlm word, lie' made for -llic *=pnt monlinnorl. When lii« ivnchoH tlm trees, ilioworpr, lio came to a suiMivi stop. A gate wan lieforn liitn, liut it mus cliaiiu'd mid padlocked, with nttiinous iron '%pik(ts ornnniontiii'; tlio 'top1 roil. : Dorry gnv-^--\ -rlioft Ax'liistlo of surprise,! wliicli dwpi'iifsi nRiiis cyus rested on a bonrdf with a wurniu^ (o trcspaseitrs jsrintctl on it; in gigantic Jeltors. 'ThiB'is a rum tiring!! TTnclo HumpTircy 'can knowiudthing of-it, I am snro. -©no of* the 'koppeiv -Ims tnUr.n upon hiiits«h? to lin : very cautious nil at onco. Jt's the first timo J...

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 — 5 January 1889

^ ? \ ? ? ? .: -. i ? 7 .-?? ?-..: . ' ? | I i 1 I O i o ! ? *J ? 'fi i o ? i n SyHQ&4£T -mE TOP OP THE TREE '- ? ? -V'' ; ? . ' ' ?''? - _ -* ???-..-?'_'? FOR LOW PRICES «? WHY «of#H12 FAMILY EMPORIUM, -AND HE IS i-EtEfiiftNED7M- &&££$& -TftE &GNTH OF BEC&1&:BI2&. ©bitfe fchd See Hfe cs^^b^m jCs a* ra tar sir ft(Mr O'P&NED, -At 'IfcriMS 3fofer Seard of in Port 'Mactii&nfe Ifcifoffe. ^aiicy* You Can Buy IRaishifeJiit'S'ld.^Durittriteat ~5d, Candied 'Peel dt 9d, :ft*td 'every otW ?necessary -tor the -Dhristmas Pudding equally :chea:p. Ladies, .Come and Sec Bib Best issortiiienii i iffltoBry la tts lsirM- And 1 am Stire those of y--u Who have babies will *cffc go fcw«y without ,, having one of the Bonftets for thein fee Xmas, And thfe prices ydii wi)f say are low. &«ntleiaen, €--inc and Sec Hi& Oiotliiu^ And -fcry on one of his Suits, and you will fancy you Vavft bftaft elevate! ifco the se...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Things a Woman Would Die Rather Than Confess. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 5 January 1889

Things a Woman Would Die B&tbtr Than Confess. That raneleen incites 4s not the size of her natural waist. That her shoes pinch furiously, and that her gloves are two sizes too small. That she could eat anything mure than tl«- ' tiniest mouthful of chicken.' TJiat shedMii't enjoy the ball last eight amnt H'b'j ^tllUUgU BHU MU 44gUlUIT/ tNV W«U IWKI HIV evening '4 That her best friend is better dressed than she is herself. That she is looking out of the tail of her eye for that tardy Augustus. That she will never sec five-wiltwenty again. That slie goes to church to study millimry. That she never hti on offer in her life. — Judy. The Messrs. Bennett having completed the erec tion of sufficient printing machinery, at the rear of their former offices in Market-street, for the purpose of bringing out tho Evening Ifeim and Toon anil Country Journal, they have withdrawn their staff from the Sydury Morning Herald office, nnd sent Messrs. Fairfax & Sons a letter of hearty tti...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Old Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 5 January 1889

The Old Teat. It passM, like the brcAt'i of tho night-winft away, It HekI like tlio niiet at tlic dawn of the-ilny .; ft JoBtcd its inoniont, than backwanl wns liurl'd. Another iuowHiBC to -tlic age of the wonlfl. It l-nss'fl witk Ate sli«do-i-s, its smiles, -and Ha tears, I'usa'd ns a stream totjheooaan of .years :j Years tliat wore coming, 'wre Jicpe,inn4«Ko'er — a lie ages ueparteu, to viaii no more. It passUI tint the lmrquc on its billowy track Leaves an impression on waters aback ; The glow of tlic ' gone' remains on the sky, Unwilling to leave ua, unwilling to die. It fled, but away, and nwny on its wake, There lingore»«-inethingl!]h£ttime'oannot%«ak ; The past and tlic future are (joined by a chain, And memories live that mast ever remain, Henry Kkndkll.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Telegraph Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

Tel«gtapa ?oint. (rBOM OUR COBRKSPONDENT,) The woathw 4«rlng the laist Jortuight has been very pleasant. The corn crops are looking well, and the blight does not seem to have attacked them as yet. We have abundance of grass aud water. . ? ,J: The Xmas holidays passed off very quietly, leaving us about the same as before, The piu-nic ;?. -»-nn«nf.inn with the Telearaph Point and Ballengarra public sohools came off on the 31st ultimo, when upwards of 50 parents and children attended, who did ample justice to the many good things that were provided. At about seven iu the evening the company hroke up with three, hearty ohecrs |or tho promoters and pruvjders, aud thus ended qu.e pf the many pleasant days wo have hail ou the Wukti of the Wilaon. Mrs. G. H. Rowsell has beeu seriously ill, but under the skilful treatment of Dr. Ooode, I am pleased to report that she is ou the fair way to recovery. Jauuary 8, New Businbssijb.— }V-i sre informed that Mr. F. WeingUrtli, of Kemps.ey,4will short...

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The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

^^f^^Fi«S?w.-&S|^ftv,-. Wm I A lowing letteryin^reMB^ ta tBef Editorlol ftbo \}\-rt itacgkuri^lftm, wijl bei-ead. with interest tiy il?Q'tn^^riB&48bfrW»'ftnth6rJ|a-^-wi .' ?'? ?*''' ' rfoiv »*:?«. :????. -1; -i . ?Townseufl.-WaratBb, ' i. ?. ' . ? . -SirJ January, 1889 '? Dear Sir.— I am much olijiged by your sending me 'i'ltaV of pri|-eV,-&o.,' for coinpetiaou Tor your Agricultural Soolety, A- I -ta oaf Und one tlitoig mentioned. wW«h I Uaye nlwajfa endeavoured to Bnoourtte«»far;agl|»wiuay oan,:v«., »uej.ouiu vation « ulco gMwis, so'oonduolve to the htfppl iiessandcdinfortofaU those puteriug iijto suioli a pursuit— and as I oaunotahakbaif all my; old feel Inge for the happiness and prosperity of all in my old district, and avitU whom I was % so mauy I'cara connected— t enclose (i' ch'e»)uc lor'£l, as a ncicsfor the neatest aud best kept garden in, tho distrietiWolotigipresldod over; and although the sum is small, yet I hope aud trust it will he an in centive...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

Police Court. TlIF.SIlAV, JaNDAKV 8. liefnre 1'. B. Hales. Ksn., P.M., and Messrs. J. Butler and G. Branidon, J.'s'. Edward liurke was charged hy .Senlor-Constable Netterlicbl with cruelty to a marc hy working her iu harness whilst suffering from a bad shoulder. Defendant pleaded guilty, aud was fined )0s aud 4s lOd costs. Fine paid. A slaughtering license was grautod to Jolm Q'Couuor, of liawdoB Island,

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Ratepayer and the Municipal Council. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACOUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

B&tepayer and the Municipal Council. TO TltK RDIT0H OP TJiK TOUT 5UCQI7ARIE NKWS. Sir,— I uould like to say a few wonls in reply to ' Ratepayer's' letter, nnhlifhcd in your's of Satnr. day list. 1 am sorry that I should have said any thing at tlie Council meeting which could be con strued into a tirade of ahusc, or of saying anything at the Council meeting for uliiuh I should lit ashamod ; but at the same linio I fail to sec any thing in my remarks on that occasion to call for such criticism ; and notwithstanding I admire many of the good i|ii.ilitoa of Mr. Butler, and havo tho kindest regards for his worthy wife, and the greatest rcspoct and friendship for Ilia two sons, Alec and John, whom I look upon as a credit to their native town anil mine, 1 have still n. public duty to jici-forin, uhiuh to shirk would show arrant cowardice ou my jinvt, ItcBpeutiug my remarks about Mr. (larrctt, I made use of the words that that gentleman had no more standing in the dispute than Cedar...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

SYDNEY. Thursday. Shortly after the House met yesterday, Mr. Want moved its adjournment in order to renew his charges against Commissioner Fehoii, after a long speech. No member of tho Ministry offered a reply, and the motion was carried by 37 to 23. Directly after wards the Premier consulted with his colleagues ; the Governor was telegraphed tor, and the resignation ot the Ministry will be placed in his hands this morning. The plasterers' society has notified to em ployers that they will demand an advance of one sliilliug per day from 1st February. The Premier explained as (o the admission of a Chinaman' without the payment of £100, that the South Australian Government was answerable for his return within ten days. Proof has been received that the so-called Dr. Drtimiuond, who absoonded from Ash lield, was assistant to Dr. Drummoud of Rome, from whom he stole hisdiplomis ;and that his real name is Geuevuve Wood. Friday. Mr. Want having declined to form a new Ministry, lie desired t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

At Huntingdon, Hastings River, on Monday, January 7tli, 18S!), Mbs. Lsahella 1-inusa'v, relict of the late Loclilon Liudsay. Site ^ort ^Kar-i«nrif tyews. » ? SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 18S9.

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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

j&tast Special Telegrams; -s -.. ,.--? Si ;i:' JanuarvS.' -/ | i GolouelKitohener is negotiating with -the jShieks as to the baat means of tetu,Ulifeuiu£ jpeaba./ V:,'V '' ' ' ?...'',' .. ''.'.'.'' ''-.''''!;/?'?.'' ; '.'Mr,' _ Djijlfaui^ ^aia warned ^tlie Rpman Catholic priests that in all future eviotions the police will bo protectod by tho military ;. pna sqauiu . resistance »b ottered, after the iwarniug the military dad policy will proceed with Jtlieir work, , H.M.S, Nymph has boon completed, anri will take up hor place on the Australian station. , Tbe King of the Netherlands is dying. Prince Henry, of Battcnherg lias been appointed Governor of tlie Isle of Wight. ' The proposed boxing match for the cham pionship of the world between John L. Sul livan aud Jake Kilraiu takes place at New Orleans iu July. Tho Queeu will visit Earritz, a EVench watering place, in March next. The quarrel between the Governor of Madras and his wife arose through Ijody Oonitinura demanding th...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Hornsby Roads Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

The Horasty Eoais Business. The report nlrcady subinittod by the Com mission appointed to inquire into the Hornsby toads expenditure disclosus facts which must satinfy any iiupardal iniiicl that our adminis tration of public funds is liable to be luaui ]-ulnted to the advantage of private interests ?and tliit Banrificp nf thnaA of t.lw. ntilJir. T,, -this particular case we aro strongly of «|ritiion tlwt the worst lias not been told, but what we alntady know is -|uitc had enough. Thousands of pounds have keen expended on roads designed solely for the purpose of -enhancing tlm value of the land they ?mtersect, while there- was no need whatever for them, so far as public reiiuiroinentii were concerned. It canuot for a maiuuut be thought that tliid work would ever have been douo but for ilia faot that it would tienctit coitaiu individuals, and when it is fouud that ouo of tln-oo is the Uolouial Truftsuier, and that he has us partners two members of Parliament, thore is room for the gra...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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MANNING V. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

MASKING V. HASTINGS. A representative team from the Manning River visited Port Alaoquario last week, when a match was arranged with the Hastings players, to come off on Monday and Tuesday last. Results proved that one day— and a very disagreeable ouo it was— was sufficient to dc c'dc tlie contest, whicli proved a very one-sided atlair, iiatwithstandiug tbe very oujrciiur uon-iui}; uim uenuug til -tue aiauiiiug learn. The match was won liy tlie Hastings boys in one innings ; but this was not accomplished without very patient and careful play, as the -Mauniug representatives showed much better form in butting and fielding than the Maoleay eleven. The contest commenced at 1 1 a.m., Messrs. Rutlivcn and G. MuUouald captaining the respoctive teams ; whilst Messrs. Chapmau bud Hattersley discharged tbe duties of umpires. The visitors were the tirst to bat, to the bowling of 'J'. Sutere aud T. Warltera ; and the first four wiukets fell for 0 ruuu. A. JloDoiiiiliI, by very caroful play, ran...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

Obituary. Thebe died at his residence, Port Macquarie, on Monday last, one who had seen the town and district pass through many changes dur ing the forty-nine years he resided here. We refer to Mr. D. Harriett, who for many years carried on the business of wheelwright in the town, ant} earned for hiniBelf the reputation of being an industrious, honest, and upright citizen. Mr. Harriett did not survive his aged widow by many months; and had reached his 88th year at the time of his death. He carries 'vith him to ike grave an honourable name, which he gained through the practice of those virtues which ennoble human life, and beget respect. Mr. Harriett was a consistent member of Che Presbyterian Church, of which he was a regulr attendant. His remains were buried on Tuesday last in the Port Macquarie cemetery, the Rev. S. H. Macdade officiating at the grave, There was a large attendance at the funeral. The year 1889 has hardly entered its course when we have to report the death of anoth...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cricket. INTER-DISTRICT MATCH—MACLEAY V. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

[?] [?] rBESretihtar-autiiotinatoiioItheBeaBon.betwoeu / tbeMableayendflaBtuiBBTtpreaentatives, came off on the Port Mfioquane ground on Friday and Safurda^,the,4tU-ftniJ'j5tU,inBt?. 1'iieeo inaidlies liaye uow lieeoine 41 TocoignUed thing, and they are always ISbKod^waratp with a largo amount of interest Vy all lovers of orioket ; and as a means of furtbering'tlie advaoceinent of tbo healtU-giviug exercise they have had a good effect. Ab In tlie past, the contest on tho present occasion created a large amount of interest, especially when it was reported that the Macleay would lie represented by one of the strongest, teams that lias yet -met the Hastings orioketers. Tlio latter, conjuring up recollections of past matches between these two districts, learnt with pleasure that they would meet f oenieu worthy of their steel;- and it was generally admitted that it would be ' to the advantage of cricket if the visitors soored a victory, jjeeinf- that tbey have met with so many reverses i...

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 — 12 January 1889

Looal and General News. . School op Aim. — The annual meeting in connection with this institution took place on Thursday night lost, about thirty niembers being present. Mr. Kingsford occupied the chair. The financial statement for the year ending 31st December showed that the sum of £124 12s Sd had been received, and after all expenses in :omiection with it had been paid there was a credit balance in tho bank of XI 16s 5d. Since the compiling of the shoet, however, several accounts had been received, which would leave them a fow pounds in debt. After the subsidy of £50, to which they were entitled from tho Government, -and which had been placed on the Estimates, had been reeoieved, the society would be completely out of debt, and in possession of a creditable balance. Tho statement was considered very satisfactory, and Mr. Hales moved that it be adopted. This was seconded by Mr. Hay ward, and carried unanimously. The librarian's report showed that of books received from the Governm...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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New South Wales Revenue Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

tfe* South 'Wales Revenue Ratals. Inu regard to the Avenue for 1688, the following has been handed to us i— The Colonial Treasurer! in delivering his financial statement ou 1st December, 1887, estimated the revenue for 1888 at the total sum of £8,611,725, inclusive of £200,000 to he received from the sale of villa sites at the Centennial Park iu return for expenditure at that place. On the ljth July following he increased his estimate to £8,888,072; and on the 31st A October, 1888, he predicted that the revenue * would reach £9,040,3G8, The Bale of the Oenteuniat Park sites was delayed till late in the year, aud was then post postponed till 1889, during which year it is to come off. The estimate was thereby reduced to £8,840,368. The actual revenue for 1888, so far as it can at present be ascertained, amounts to £8,835,768, and exceeds the estimate of October last by £45,400, and the estimate of December, 1887, by £374,043. The receipts for the last day of the year have yet to be an...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Vine and Wins Making in the Port Macquarie District. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

[?] pM|M*he^t satisfactory; meetings everi Jiela'iipport JJa&juarie came off at the School! of Aria on Wednesday evening, to hear Mr. AngiiB Mackay, JF.O.S., instructor in Agri culture, on vine growing and wine making. Mr. Mackay arrived at the Port on Tuesday, per s.6. Wellington, And . was taken in carb immediately by Mr, Pountney, secretary pi tuu xxusitiiigu cviver .agricultural Bucieby, under whose auspices a series of lectures -on agricultural aubjeots have bpen arranged for Rollauds' Plains, Beechwood, frunis, and Kendall, Oamdeu Haven. The first of the series came off as stated, and should it prove indicative of others, the district may be con gratulated ou the introduction of a system of vine growing and wine making which, with the kindred subjects oE maize farming, dairy ing, -fcc., hold out a most hopeful future. The attendance was .very -large, and most thoroughly representative of the agriculture of the district for many miles around. Mr. E. T. Mulligan, one of ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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A Year's Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 12 January 1889

A Yew's Bankruptcy. The following are tbe returns showing the nmnbor of estates sequestrated under the provisions of the Bankruptcy Act, during the first twelve-months that* measure has been to force, namely from January 1 to December 8lt 1888; Alburv 4. Armidale 8, Balranald 2, BathUrst 28, Balliua 4, Hega 6, Bingera 0, Bombala 5, Bourke 4- isramwooa x, aurrowa (, yampoeutown J, Uareoar 5, Casino 7- Cobar 6, Cooma 7, Coouabarabran 0, Gooiiamble 2, Gootamundra 3, Corowa 2, Gowra 4, Deniltquin 3, Dubbo9, DilngogO, Edea 0, fimma ville S, Forbes 9, Glen Innes 9, Goulburu s\ Grafton 30, Grenfell 1, Gundagai 5, Gunnedah 1, Ouuning It Hay 0, Hillstott 2, inV^fell 9, fecittpscy 6, Kuuna ^, Lismore !t- Lithgow f, Maelean Ov Maitland fiaat U, MeiHnAlet-, Merii«-a 0» Miltott 0, MoloagBj Moree 9, Moruya 7, Moss Vale 9k MOdgee 4, Mitrrurund! A, Musrtxllbrtok 0, Narrabri 3, Narandem 0, Neweutle 44, Nowrtt &, Orange It* Penrith 3, Port Macquarte 6, Queanbeyan I, Bijone I.Singletou I,Silve...

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 — 12 January 1889

SlilPPlKti IMULLMENliK. roar MACQUAaiB. ; ,£;. \-^ ' :? ;' arrivals. .:? .''r =*-; January 5.— p.s.'Avou, 125 toug, Cupt. NlchttUon, fniiB^beBdliiigBV,;: vv; ;** *- V 'v January 'S.—lSinproas of India, from Sydney. /' Junuaiy 5. — B.s.JForuinouat, 200 tous, Capt. D. Ailthon, from Sydney. -' ? ~~~ ?' January 7. — Louisa Mossell, from Sydney. ' Jtntiaiv 7.— Klita Davis, from Svdnpv. ' January B.-4.S, Sl'olbourne, from Sydney . January 8.— Ruby, from Sydney. Jjuuary 8.— «.«. Wellington,. 160 tons, Cap!;, R., 1 apliu, f roirt Sydney. Passengers- Miss Williams ; Mesdafne* Williams, ^infield, and Dick; Hewn. Black, Williams, Siufield, Dick, MaKay, D'Arcy, tiriffeb, Mulligan, FutoliBt, Mertiu, and one in the Wteerage, also o fdr tile Bellinger. Cargo— Alout '30 tons for Vort,*nil 30 tous for the lielliugcr. January fl.—p.e-. Avon, 125 tousi, Capt. Nicholson, Jrdin ihe Beftuiger. DBPABTD&Rg. January 5.— b.s. Wcllingtou, 150 tons, Capt. R. Taplin, for Sydnoy. l.'assengors— Misses Bai...

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