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"But." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

[?] [?] . - 9pn the threshold or Bt the rear fli all (your i,--.': il-|)n' to- * ejmplo nlfflrtnative,' ;oonside«i)ly ? 'JorXWe Matter of ^ayiioweF^vSbur French. ? jjoigliljOBrs' dp the same, only they, bb a rale, - 4et the conjunction precede the affirmative, ????' - making 'the -4atter thus doubly decisive. ? ?' Maisouimaitai,' Monsieur exclaims half-a- ? , ?dozen times at least to emphasise his assent , -or conviction. The Englishman says, 'on the ?contrary, u Yes, hat,1' which ineaus only - Jialf a yes. An affair of ?: national character istic — uothing more. Tiie cautious Briton looks before he leaps, though it be only over a tiny ; but the lively Gaul jumps like a f roc, and will possibly change his mind after all, ?exclaiming, '\lh,tnais rum, mats noh, pas ?du tout,' as he jumps back again. As life is one prolonged occasion for doing one's doty, so this grand , opportunity is always encumbered with excuses for not. baring done it This lamontahle fact may possibly have necessi...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Electoral Roll. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

The Electoral Roll. TtlE constabulary are busy at work making the annual c Election if the names cf persons entitled to appear on this roll. After the last general election complaints 'were heard in several directions) of the serious omissions which characterised the electoral rod for the police district of Port Macqunrie, It is easy enouch to say that the blame of all this rests with the police. At the same time it should not be forgotten that it is' the duty of every qualified elector to see that his name (properly spelt) and his qualification {properly defined) are upon the 'electoral list of the constituency for which he has a vote — on the list exhibited in April. The collec tion of names of persons entitled to vote has to be made by the police between the first and twenty-eighth of January in each year. The lists are then printed at the Government Printing Office. Proofs of these printed lists are then corrected aud certified to by the collectors. Corrected lists are next duly...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Year 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

The Year 1900, The following explanation is given why the y«ar 1900 will not bo counted among leap years. The year is 305 days live hours and 49 minutes long: eleven minutes amiakeii every year to make the year 3G5| days long, and every fourth year wo have an extra day. This was Julius Csesar's arrangement. Whore1 UU WlU&e UIUVLH1 IIJUIUII'3 (JUJHU LrUIU I -LllUy conic from the future, and arc paid by omit ting leap ycainSfjfry hundred years. But i£ leap year is omitted regularly every hun dredth year, in thu course of four hundred ycura it is found that the eleven minutes' ? taken each year will not only have been paid hack, but that a whole day will hare bcou given up; So Pope Gregory XIII.,- who1 im proved on CiEsor's calundar in 1582, dccrflld that overy ccnturial year divisible by four should be a leap year after alL So we bor row clcren minutes each year, more than paying our borrowings back by omitting three leap yearB in three centnrial years, and square matters by h...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Ministry. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

The New Ministry. (By Tki.e«kaI'H.) Svuxf v. Mond.iv. 6 n.m. Mr. G. K. Dibus has succeeded Id forming a new Ministry, as follows : — Premier ami Colonial Secretary, G. R. l)ibl-*. Vice-Prnaident of tho Executive Council, John lackey, M.L.C. Colonial Treuurcr, J. l\ Garvan. Minister for Works and Railways, .). Fletcher. Minister for l-iniis, \V. J. Lyne. Minister for Mines, J. M. Chanter. Attorncy-Geucral, K. Darton, M.I..C. Minister for Public Instruction, V. 1!. Suttor. I'ostmnster-Gci.cral, H. Clarke. The Row C. F. Turner is to reach Sydney about February 14, anil it is said will mstiinc charge of the Church op the Muclcay immediately after, (.-.I. __I_ ...... ;.„ .«.„„„„.„...» .. , s

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Queen's Highland Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

The Qaeea'e Highland Homo. Mr. G. W. SitiLUtv gives the foflowhig fate resting account of BalmoraHn the TrWjMis :— The coach from Ballater to Brceetatr will givo you twjee or thrice- a day a riear view pi tho gray turrets and walls ~of the Queen's Highland home. Probablv it strikes Win nn being curiously near the public highway fora royal residence. The grounds -come- down to ' % the opposite bank of the Dae, along which the road is curried j you can throw fc stone, into the Queen's grounds, if you think that a goofl way of signifying your republican 'dislike to royalty. Her Majesty will not see- you. A belt of thick shrubbery hides the castle from the road and tho road from tho dastle, its upper windows and outlying buildings exceptcd. Of these la'tter .you ndto -many '; rione 'with inoi'e curiosity than tho house occupied dur ing the later years of his life by John Brown, Ml the Queen's gillie-; the eonfidental servant r% who Gils so much space in that journal of her ip life in th...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

-v '- :..,--'* -zi-^ .-(w^-s. -1 - ^.,. Jt' . .?../:.:- JffEW^tonKf^iE&BiBr.iint jh'e Clarence Eiver consigned the first -shipment of this season's taaizeio ^Sydney on Saturday ^Jast ',\ This Is an exceedingly early 'period ^;for harvesting maize. Sale.— Mr. Bransdon will offer for sale, at Koree Island, on Wednesday next, the iropercy Known as iuu laiu u. muurrcgur », together with the stock, The Agricultural land is said to be of t\ie richest description, and should therefore realize a good figure. Particulars of the sale can be obtained from our advertising columns. Mb.- A. Mackjly. — This gentleman delivered three lectures last week, under th« aaspioes vf the iooal Agricultural Society, et Hollands Plains, Beech wood, and Ennis. Two -of the meetings were well Attended, and great interest was shown in the ?subjects dealt with. Mr. Mackay returned to Fort Mac quvieHSn Saturday 'night, «.iral started by coach for Camden Haven -on Monday morn ing, He -delivered a lecture at ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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M. Ronan on the Prophets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

M. Ronan oa tie Frtfltofcit AfcdoRMMJ to M. Ernest Rohitii, the Hubfew Prophets were Socialists of thfl most advanced And terrible type-. The Academician has elaborated this theory in the sc.cdiid volume of his ' History of tho Peoplo of Israel)' which in about to see the light in a short time. The new production from M-. Kenan's pen begins with the reign of David and concludes with the taking of BatnaKa in the year 721 n.d, a date Which, according to to the Academiciaiij is the only approxi mately precise one of tin's period of the World's History. Mi Ilennli lias act forth as clearly as possible the history of the Prophets and tho evolution ef thii Judaic religion. He lias shown how) before the time of the Prophets, the Hebrew creed was sectarian and local, like other beliefs of the epoch, and hdW| by the teaching of tile Pro phets, it became universal with 'Jahva' (a just god) as its ideal divinity. In this way the idea of justice^ impartiality, nttd univer sality entered into re...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. Before F.B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Jas. Butler, and jas. Summerville, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

Police Court. Tuesday, January 15. Before F. I). Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Jos. Uutler, and das. Suinmerrille, J.'sP. A Vernou boy named Henry Barr, 17 years of age, in the employ of Mr. John Sutcrs, of Wauo liopc, pleaded guilty to a uharjje of stealing u cheque for £1 Is, 9s in silver, end a 6g of tobacco from Mr. Thomas Suters, senr., of Wauehope. Several wit nesses were present, liut the Bench did not think it necessary to hear the evidence. As nnothcr charge was pending against the same defendant he was re manded tiH Tuesday next, January 22ud. William Landrican was uMReed by Amelia War rell with assaulting her on tire atternoeu of Snd January ; to which ho pleaded not guilty. Amelia Wai-rull, sworn, stated— About 3 o'clock on the afternoon of 2nd January I saw defendant witfc my sister Agnes on my father's property. I told her to conic home, and ulic said sire would not ; I slapped her ou thcjg|cc and told tier she ought to be ashamed of licrseMftIi.it I would toll her fa...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Farm Life—Its Facinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

Form Life— Ite Faciaatio&s. Who was the author of the following para graph does not appear, but it is evident that whoever tie wm, he must have possessed a lively imagination, and had a very high idea of farm life 5 for by the way he puts the matter, swell life cannot hu far short of what may be termed paradisiacal : ' The culti vation -of the earth is tho natural occupation of man, and it is so noble and so fascinating in all its departments that a lnrce Drouortion of the pure iu heart having a longing hopu that some day they will own a farm, till it, atid close their earthly career amidst its sweet and quiet scenery. There are few of any profession or calling who do not love to r-.nd intelligent -and skilled agricultural Jiti-ratufe. That young man's heart is not right n-lfeft ho says he hates farming. The rearing of pigs, calves, poultry, and lambs, the confiding devotion of tiro horse, cow, or ox, as tho farmer, moves among them, is an adoration grateful to tfee tiuart, ...

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 — 19 January 1889

. ? ? SHIPPING 1NTELLIGKNCJ& . .' ~V.» v .*$' t-OBT MJW5QCABIIJ.; {.'%/' : *?? ''.-. January II,— a.t. Wellington, i(50 tons, Captain , ?3Vplin,' from Sydney. Passengers— Mre. Western, ',' MisBoe Blumor, Wailtere, McGregor, iiid JJircli; Mcisre. Gilbert, Gail, Btamei-, 2 iu tire steerage,' and 6 far tbe Bellinger, Carao~26 tons for.Jfeft Macquarie, and. 20 for the BelUuger. '* * January 12.^-p.e. Avon, 115 tons, Captain J. 'Kicliolson, from the Bellinger. January 15.— b.b. Wellington, ISO tone, captain I'upliu irom Sydney. - Passengers— Messrs. Walker, Oleen, A. busings, S. Latliaiu, Nicholas, 1 in tbe ?steerage, and 1 for the Bellinger Eiver. Cargo— 3 tons general ' merchandise. ' January 18.— £.e. Fcmroount, 260 tonB, Captain t). Anthou, from Sydney. - January 18.— Budgaree, from Sydney. January 18.— s.s. Wellington, 150 tons, Captain Timlin, from Sydney. Passengers— Misses How land, Child, anil Kennedy : Messrs. Billctt, Sors, ami 2 in tho steerage. Cargo— 10 tons for Por...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

' ; : y : ho&p^stjreet, '\ Port Wtacqliarie. J. ::-#-(D.O;H1l;1D.VG'H1 , ?:??.. PROPRIETOR. ^j : sfjp HE above Hostelry is replete with every X modem convenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE aniTsHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ^r' COMFORTABLE ? COMMERCIAL ROOM '^ THE WINES, SPIRITS,- BEERS, ic., Aim 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. [CIRCDLAB. | To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed oil connection with Tate Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, bus now coinmniicpd business under the name and stylo of JOHN TATE & Co., as Produce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Susso.x 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. Sol...

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 — 19 January 1889

KELICIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ciiukcii of Enolani-.— Rullands Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 230, Port Macquarie '-J5, Rev. R. Wilson ; l'ort Macquarie II, Mr. James Mulntyre. Also on January 27— Beechwood 10-30, Euuis 2'SO, Port Macquarie 7-15, Kcv. R. Wilson. \\*K«i.EVAN.-KollaudB Plains 11, liawdou Island 3, Port Macquarie 7.15, ttev. S. H. Macdadv ; Port M.'icquariu 1 1, ISlaukman'a Points, Mr. J. iSecombe ; Eiwis II, Mr. J. White ; Blackmail's Puiut 7, Mr. R. Masters. Also on January 27 — Port Macquarie 11, Blackmail's Points, Mr. R. Woodlands; Euuis II, Mr. J. Susoiubo; Port Macquarie 7'15, Mr. J. Jiollwooil ; Hlackman'a Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Pkehbvtf.iuan.— Upper Camden Haven (Me Imod's) 11, Kendall 3, Lauricton ?-|S, Rev. K. ?T)a\ ideou. Abo on January 27 — Port Macquaric 11, Huntingdon 4, Kcv. R. Davidson. Slu govt $ta*(|uari-! -Jims. SATURDAY, .IANUAUY 19, 1869.

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 — 19 January 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Br Blkomuo TtLEOUArw.] Thursday. 'Mr. F, L. Barker quotes— Hides — a strong ship r 'pine inquiry cxista, and tanners compute for prime -coiiuitiqggd heavies, which are now worth to 3$il, ?onliuavy descriptions of heavies 2Jd to j)d, light and muiliiiui 2jtl to 2JH, inferior Id to 2d ; tallow— business is quiet, shipping brands are nominally ?north from L28 to L27, trade lote L23 10s to L25 00s ; cocoa-nut oil, scarce and wanted ; marsupial tUiitt— 1 offered a large and varied catalogue on '.Tuesday, to a full muster of buyers, who showed special eagerness to socurc all good gray kangaroo, which brought slightly higher figures than lost .vocl; ; extra large made to 110b, large 60s to 74s, ?medium 30s to 60s, small 12s to 24s, very small 3s ?to 10b, red skins to 3s for smaller, to 50s for large eizes ; wallaby, large to Us 6d, down to 2s 6d fur small, bear 3» to 0« Od, cat 2s to 3s, kangaroo rat -Is, water rat 3s, platypus 10s to 18a, Od fer ?...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Foundering of the Integrity. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

Foundering of the Integrity. By the brig Hebe, from Newcastle, there arrived the master aud crew of the Integrity. Tiiey were picked up in a small boat, after being at sea some 10 or 12 bom's. The party comprised Captain Ferguson, thn mate, an A.]?., and the cook of the Integrity. She was a well found woodeu vessel of SI tons register, built ot Brisbane Water iu 1883, owned by Mr. Thomas M 'Bride, of Port Stephens, Pyrmont, and was a regular trader between Caindun Haven ami Sydney. She left Camden Haven last Wednesday at 2 p.m., and had li^lit S.li. wiuil to midnight of Thursday. From midnight to 4 a.m. on Friday it wna the master's watch 1'elow. It appears he went down to the cabin at 12 o'clock, but it being a line night and warm he did not go to sleep, but returned to the deck and remained there until about 1-30 a.m., when he went down aud fell asleep. At tlifu time tho wind was from the N.IC. quarter, light, anil the vessel was malting a &.S.W. course. About an hour late...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Roads and Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

&M&B -ana -Iriiges. Poift-oWrKd is the .proposed distribution 'of votes for 1889:^ «UB01imN)WE BOKDS *NBEfc tftD8TBEB. ' ?KotUiefn Bonds. I Woolla Wodfla Roads, 4 miles, £60. \ Road from Winghatn and -Nowendoc 5Joad to Upper Manning, 421 milen, £216. '? Road from Wingham, via -Bungay, to -Bobo Creek, 8 miles, £130. ; Road from Tinonee 'and Bdhttock iR/obcl to' -south channel of the Manning River (Redbank Road), 4 miles, £60. Road from Eunis, via Morton's Creek, 'to' Pappenbarra Greek and J. Gurney's, 9' miles, £225. , ?* . : -eOBORBIKXTfe ROADS, . j Road from Stroud to Tinonee, £3 miles/ £3650. ; Road from Tinonee to Olarkson's Crossing, 17. miles, £255. Road from Burrill Creek to Black Flat Road, 9 miles, £135. Road from BuUock Wharf to Larry's flat, ?12 railns, £600. Road from Gloucester to Oopelaud, 12 miles, £300. Rood from Gloucester to Cobark, 20 miles, £200. Road from Gloucester to Koweudoo, 50 miles, £250. Road from Ennis Punt to Glen Esk, tipper Plains, 20 r...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

Crickeh A match was play §lat*Eawdon Island1 on Satur Thvy last, JSth inst,, between aseoond .eleien from the Kawdon island and Wauchope dubs, aud resulted ju,u win forjibq/ormer, hy 5 wickets aud jfijruns 3*e-61|owuigaro the scores — f ^ ^ ?* -''WApcabw-jlBt mning8 I * W. Cameron, b Smith 5 A. Sutera, b -Connors ;O W Smith, b A Smith 1 R Summorville, b Smithy 0 P. Roach, b Connors ... ? 8 Ci Casey, p Steel, b Connors .... ... 0 K. Suters, run out ' ... ... ...2 J Thorn, b Connors „ 3 J. Thurling, not out ft. . ... ... 3 W. Ward, 1 b w, b Connors ? .1. O. Suters, b Steel ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ' ? 8 Total ... ? ... *... 32 : 2nd inningB. J. Thurling; c Neville, b Smith ... 1 J. Thorn, c Smith, b J. Connors ... 10 H,.Sumnieiville, I) Reed ? 4 WfSmith, c and b tteed ? 14 C. Cascv, 1) Connors ? 11 W. Cameron, b Reed ? 3 fW» Word, c aud b Reed ? O E. Suters, «ot out ? J2 V. Roach, c Neville, b Reed ? 4 G. Suters, b Keed ? 1 A. Suters, b Reed ? t Snndries ? 0 Total ... ? 69 Rawdo...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Australian Posts. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

Australian foDts. Australia, is said to possess no native song birds, but she has as tuanypootses Pembroke College in the days of Dr. Johnson. ' We were a nest of singing birds, sir,1' said the Doctor ; and Mr. Douglas Sladeu, wfco lias justpublished a portly volume of ** Australian Poets,' might say as much for the colony ^\jruuuiu mm J-'turuu^. VVB BLYO It^fl. w 111(111 of Australia as a severely practical continent, full of shoap-shearers, gold-miners, mechanics, farmers and shepherd e«a'«* very unlike him who 'watclwd the viBionery flocks' '' that old-world morn in Sicily,' to combine ?the information of Mra. Browning *ud of Mr. Matthew Arnold. Bat Mr. Sladen has discovered a century of peets-^a -ceol hundred of them— in Australia, ©t in -some way connected with Australia, $et the colonists arc practical people. An Austreflifcn Teviewer once introduced a -British bard 'to the notice of the antipodes with 'the 'remark ; that n kinsman ot the singer was ttSBOciatefi with the ' cdl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

X y~,.;H {--.; [ ? ?; - ?', Soli citfrr^ jpon vcyflncciry i fcfc.^ Important. epl'iipi goldi Boots. Boots. Boots. , CHRISTMAS IS COMING, , AND F, irmPT T?V'Q , nulLMo Christmas Supply OF BOOTS & SHOES ARRIVED FERS.S. WELLINGTON. The Quality is Good, ' the Assortment Better, and for Cheapness and Neatness we defy Compel! lion. ALL; these lines have been purchased from tlio Official Assignee for the insolvent estate of JMssrs. (J. Brown -fc Go., of Oxford-street, at a fifty percont. discount, and are «ow being sold at. Sydney prices, Freight end Commission added. This is no boost, Init. a.. reality, which always oomes after a fatality. Heads of Families and others should at once tako advantage of .this opportunity, and purchase at HUTLEY'S all Boots and SHboB required for Christmas. F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Horton-street, Port Macquarie J. MADDOX, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, UOItTON-STBEET, Port Macquarie, BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Port Mucqunrie an...

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By the Restless Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 19 January 1889

:': ,r . J^i5wSo#»s;Se&.; On crimson tide adowirthe West,. 'Hie day floats homeward to itercet ;; . . 3'Jie wild winds sleop, the Btonn is o'er, ? „- , Tlio sea biioV cry is Jieard tip more j . Eve fills witli.jieacetlieainbjeut air, Wilt Rtilltlie duel) is licai'inir tliera 1 ? '0, heart i ailnW as thy dcp'tlis are now, ? tikc-j-onaersurgincseaarttliou! .- ?Since thought and feeling first lieg&a 'To sway the changeful soul of man, Tho human heart, tlio restless sea. Alike have bceu— and aye will be I Fo' thou my loitering footsteps tread A flowery path, and overhead 'V The clouds that frowned o'er other days . Are luminous with golden rays. A void remains Kartli cannot fill— . .-My -yeamuig heart is t-estloss still'! 'd'lie -force tliat mores the sea ui way, Is Jleavoo and Earth's divided sway-; The power that ttgitates the soul, 1b Heaven disputing Kartli's control j The sea's unrest with Time shall ceaso— * The wearied soul in tteavcu find peace 1 '

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 — 19 January 1889

. To the. Electors OF THE HASTIBS AP IMNIKd. J/H. Young1 IS A CANDIDATE FOB RE-ELECTION AT THE APPROACHING . General Election. ? To tlic Mecffcors OF THE Hastings & Manning. C J. ROBERTS IS A . * cimnjATK . FOR RE-ELECTION AT THE APPROACHING General Election. To the Electors OF THE - ' Hastings and Manning. ' k% Roberts AND % T.O'UN G WILL ^ . Address the electors AS FOLLOWS.: Telegraph Point, AT THE POST OFFICE, Wednesday Next, January 23rd, AT NOON. Rollands Plains, UNION CHURCH, 'THtmSDAY, JANUARY 24th, AT 8 A.M. Beechwood, , PROTESTANT HALL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24th, AT 8 P.M. ? Wauchope, ; BANIHER'S HALL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25th, AT 8 P.M. Port Macquai'ie, SCHOOL OF ARTS, #- SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th, AT 8 P.M.

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