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Latest Special Telegrams. lONDON. January 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

Litest Special^Cfiiegritms. TtfWDMJ. ' * ' T r JntoimrvSl. Sir Henry WyKe ^orman. Governor of Queensland, leaves for Brisbane on j&brunry 5th The American subjects imprisoned at Samoa have been released Prince -Alexander of Battcnborg has visited Vienna, -and was received with royal honors Governor of New Guinea with the Order of tho Red Eagle, aud has conferred similar honors on the German Consuls at Sydney and Wellington (N.Z.) *l ? The experiments at New York of tho palinski dynamite gun proved' it to be a [failure. SYDNEY. , Tuesday. Mr. G. R. Dibbs, the Premier, leaves for the HuiTumbidgee on Thursday, and after the nomination proceeds to Melbourne with Mr. Lackey. The Agent-General lias tabled to the Minister for Railways to tho effect that the accepted tender for iron pipes cannot be rescinded. A fire occurred in the Batlmrsl Record office, and damage amounting to £600 was done, The post and telegraph office at Iuvahoe has been burnt down, and the Iuvahoe and Wilcanni...

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 — 23 January 1889

Local and ffenaral News. Commissioner fob. Affidavits. — Mr. W. Warlters, J.P., of Hollands Plains, has been appointed a commissioner for affidavits, and his services in this capacity will no doubt be found very convenient to residents of the country. Returning Officer.— Mr. J. L. Ruthvon, who has acted as returning oflicer for the olnrfroral district of tho. Hastings nnd Mnn ning for about thirteen years, has resigned that position, with the view of seeking Parliamentary honors in the electorate over which ho 1ms had tho pleasure of presiding for so many years. The Mayor of Port Macquarie, Mr. James MelnliPrny, has been appointed to the vacancy, and 1ms already cutercJ upon his duties. Mb. Slade. — This gentleman, who is the popular manager of the Commercial Bank at Port Macquarie, left the district in the steamer Wellington' on Saturday last. He purposes visiting Melbourne and Hobfftown whilst absent from his post ou a well-earnt holiday. Mr. Nicholas is discharging the duties of ...

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Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

Progress Committee Meeting1. TfiE Port Macquarie and Hastings District Progress Committee met on Saturday last, at the Star Hotel, when the following delegates ?jfore present : — Messrs. G. Lindsay (in the chair), R, J. Parker, James Campbell, T. Suters, G. Bransdon, G. Suters, D. Bain, W. Warlters, G. Steole, aud A. E. Pouatuey (Secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, also cor respondence, as published in another part UL LUIS IS3UU. A letter was read iu reference to the road from Wauchopo to Cameron's Crossing, and Mr. Bain said they would have no objection to the road passing through their property. It was thought advisable to get up a petition prayiug for a sum of money to be placed on the estimates to clear the road. Some of the delegates thought it would be quite sufficient if a request for a euiii of money for this road came through' the Committee, and if this course were adopted it would prevent delay. Mr. R. J. Parker moved, that the Secre ta...

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Political Meetings. MESSRS. YOUNG AND ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

- Jolitieal M&tuujfl. MESSES TOUJJQ AND ROBERTO. wt A Jjeetino of tho fribndg and supporter/ of - Messrs J. H. Young and O J'. Roberts was: held in tlie Star Hotel, Port Maoquarie, on Monday night last There were about twenty persons present Mr. Jamos Butler, J.P, occupied tho chair, and spoke briefly of thn circumstances wuicn Drought about 'the dis solution of the Assembly, which, he affirmed, was quite unexpected, and, as it were, a mere fluke. After the secretary, . pro. tern., Mr. Melville, had read the announcement conven ing the -meeting, the chairman said that it would be necessary to elect a secretary. Messrs. A. 11. Melville and N. Davis were chosen to act as joint secretaries to Itoth can didates. It was docided only - to have one committee for both candidates, as it was a question of freetrade versus protection, and it was thought those who would go ou one committee would bo willing to act for both ; besides which the communications which had been received showed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

Fort Macparie & H, fl. 1. & H. Society. SPECIAL PRIZES. THE following SPECIAL l'KIZES arc offered for competition at the approaching show, on the 20tti and 21st February next : — jt By R. I, l'errott, Esq. ™ For the neatest and best kept garden in the district, (Entries for the above to be in by February 13.) By Messrs. C. I\ Huniphiis & Co. For best buggy ami turnout on the grouud, cither double or single, £ I Is. By S. I1. Kemp, Esq. For best buck-jumper, £1 Is. By F. B. Hales, Esq. For best stockman, £1 Is. By Messrs. W. Bransdon, J. R. Andrews, and J. Y. Butler For best all-round horse, first prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. By D. Bain, Esq. For district-made plough-shares — to be judged by make, shape, and linish : the clasp to be neatly turned ; fur two-horse plough. First prize 15s, secoud 5s. By W. J. Macilonncll, Esq. For best sample of uot less than 50 callous of wine, £3 3s. By \V. Fryer, Esq. For best pencil drawing, 10s. for best written copy-buok, 5a....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

STAB HOTEL, HORTON-STREET, Port Macquarie. J. M'DONNOUCH, PROPRIETOR ? ~ fliHE above Hostelry is replete with every X. modern convenience. Tko Bedrooms arc spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE and SHOWER BATHS. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. g^jMsMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ^P ROO5I ^1 THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c, ARE Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO JJY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT ^gOOM.* ? -^CIRCULAE. j To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN TATE HAVING severed oil connection with Tate Bros. Agency and Trading Company, Limited, lias noV coinmeucod business under the name and style of JOHN TATE & Co.,- as- Produce ^Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydney. * **, Any consignments of Live.iStock or General Produce entrusted to thoijScare will receive best and immediate attention, and Account Sales will be rendered with promptitude. Soliciting your fa...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

COSISIUUVMIi INTISLLHJKNCE. Sydney Markets. ' Mr. F. L. Darker ijuotea— Hides — I had a very successful sale ou Friday, whou tliore was n large attendance of buyers, both on local as well as -export account. For various lots of lieavies I obtained 3jd, 3Jd, 3|d, aud 3J-1, heavier SJd to 3d, light aud medium sorts 2},l to 2Jd, inferior Id to 2d ; tallow, priinest descriptions of beef or mixed L20 to ISO 5s, dark and weak hit to L25 10s, mutton tallow L'27 to L28 lOi ; marsupial skins— the quantities now arriving aic totally inacloi|uato to requirements, the consequence bciug very spirited bidding from the largo number of buyers in attendance, kangaroo sold as follows— largest grays 80s to 100s, next size 56b to 75s. W\\t gorr'HUrQiiarie ftw. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1889.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 January 1889

SIlirrilWtNTJSLIilGUNCE. FORT MAOQUARUfi. January ?2 —p% W-Wturton,*)50 tons, Captain XI Tallin, from Sydney. tRiMengors— tin tosg worth , Mottra. J. H Young, C 4 Ii-1nrt-, II McKiunon, J. G Molntyre, f/Miguortli, Chapman, 1'a.rtndgo, Condon, and 1 in the ?teerafto Ciigo— 15 tons f ik l'oil Macquaria O»d 8 tone for tho Bel linger. UU'AU(UUU) January 19 — s s Wellington, 150 tou-, Captain R Tallin, for Sydney, ltuwengcrs— Misses MoLcoil, Windcjer, and lkkei , AIouu Spoiled, Fletcher, Slado and (Spencer Gugo— S93 liana maize, 32 liidca, 1 coop poultry, 3 cases egga, 72, bags chaff, :10 coaca sundries, 2 cases fish, uurl M Uag* sugar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

n In tlie Estate oIJotaBaiwell, uecBa^. v-r:mmfi^m ?...? fHE undersigned has been1 fnstructed by ' the Executrix of the above estate to sell by public auction ' At His Rooms, u -'- HORTON-ST, PORT MA0QUARI12, ON . , ..^J. ' Wednesday, the 30th January, Instant, AT 12 O'CLOCK, ' \ '' All that portion of land situate on the ]J& bank of the Hastings River, and known as 1IURSLEZ ; consisting of 341 acresy^fc. subdivided into three ladings of 105/^ 122, aud 114 acres. The land consists of BEST ALLUVIAL and GRAZING - LAMJ). Tlie auctioneer would call special attention 'jtfr to these portions of land, as' they arc r-.*ally vT good, and the 122 acre portion in particular. A largo portion of tlie land is cleared, and now under cultivation ; the whole having a -e--p water frontage to the Hastings River, and accessible to sailing vi-ssels at all tides. AFTKH WHICn WILL BE OFFEUED Lots 4 and 5 of Suction 5, situate in Hay Street, in the town of Port Macquarie ; fenced in mid first-class...

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Tanning in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

Tanning in New South. Wales. Ukdeii the worn de plume, of ' A New South Wales Tanner,' a writer contributes the following letter upon the above euhjoct to the Sydney Morning Herald. The letter is one which should cause both freetraders aud protectionists to think, as It evi dently deals with ttern realities: — I am a poor ignorant tanner, but a staunch freetrader, but my business of late has drifted to euch a low ebh that I will be compelled to iiireat what little capital tlimvi in laff. {n tanmA ntliHr unHorfjiifinrv na tf i. impossible to carry on much longer under the present state of trade iu this particular line. On questioning some tradesmen, the answer has been ' uc want protection. ' Now this is opposed to my ideas, and as I uotice that Mr. Pulsford geuorally seta at rest all arguments as to the advantage of freetrade over protection, thought he might do a little towards putting me in the right way of making my business pay a fair profit. The facts aro these. During the past...

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Port Macquarie Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

Port Macaimrie Markets. Messrs. W. A. Porster & Co. quote— Prime maize, 3s ft I to 3s Oil ; oats, 4n fid to fls ; chaff, Ss to i)s ; potatoes, )2s ; onions, 14s Cd ; hacon, Od to S-! ; lion.s, 10J to lid ; fools, 2s lid to 4? ; ducks, 3s (id to 4s 0J : socsc, 7s to 8s ; turkeys, 0i to 11s 6d. #

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Jockey Club meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

Jookey Club Meeting1. A general meeting in connection with the Hastings River Jockey Club was held at the Royal Hotel on Saturday last. The meeting was called for the purpose of passing accounts, electing officers for the ensuing year, and transacting any other business that may be brought forward. There wore present. — .uessra. ti. u. rtuinveu ^iu me chair), W. A. Spenco (Secretary), Jas. Mcliiherny, \V. J. Macdonnell (Treasurer), \V. Warlters, F. Walsh, and A. E. Fountney. Several accounts were passed for payment, and after these have been settled there will be a credit balance of £33 1 5s in connection with the last race meeting. To this will be added the sum of £23, balance from previous yoar, so that the club is in a very good financial position, the hooks showing a credit at the bank of £56. The officers for the ensuing year were then elected, as follows : — President, Mr. J. L. Ruthven: Vice-presidents, Messrs. James Mcliiherny and F. Walsh ; Secretary, Mr. W. A. Spence ? Tre...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

UELUilttVS ANKOVN€GMUKTS. Ciumcii ofKnoland. — Reochwood 10-30, Knuis 2-30, Port Macqnarie 7-15, Rev. R. Wilson. Also on February 3 -Port Macquarie 11 (H.C.) aud7-15, Kcv.fi. Wilson. Wkm.v.yan. — l'ort Macquarie 11, lilackman's J'oint .1, Mr. li. Woodlands ; Knnis 11, Mr. J. Seoouihe ; Tort Mactjnarie 7'15, Mr. J. Boltn-ood ; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm; Hollands Vlains 10-30, Telegraph Point 3. Mr. J. White. Also on February 3 — l'ort Mocqunrie II, Mr. J. lioltwood ; Eimis 11, Mr. A. Musuio; Blaukmau's I'oint «. l'ort Macquarie 7'la, Mr. J. White; Blackmail's Point 7-15, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Rawdou Island 3, Mr. J. Sccomuc. l'liESBVTKRlAN.— 1'oit Mnoquurio 11, Hnutingdon 4, Ikv. 11. DttviiUuu. Also on February 3— Itollaiidf Plains 10'30, Telegraph Point 3, Bawiou Island (Wcsleyan Chapel) '-IS, Rev R. Davidson. %\\t i-Vt $l!KJIH.HVtC yttWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1889.

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Land Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

f Land Rorenue. The total land revenue of New South Wales for 1888 was £2,268,249, ? a decrease of £284,794 on the previous year. Auction sales realised £205,966, an increase of £36,560 on 1S87 ; improvements and special purchases £88,368, a decrease of £79,883; deposits on conditional purchases £103,515, an increase of £11,312 ; interests and instal ments 011 conditional purchases £578,186, an increase of £16,168 ; balances on conditional purchases £100,827, nnd increase of £4261 ; pastoral leases £526,365, a decrease of £117,913 ; conditional leases £88,076, an increase of £20,121 ; annual leases £22,479, an increase of £4360 ; occupation licenses a£Di,oi-}l a aecrease 01 Xtii,iiv; mining occupation £95,342, an increase of £51,378. These are the principal items. It will be noticed that the revenue from free selections show a substantial increase, indicating that the country is boing settled. Tho increase in the receipts from auction sales also proves that the public estate is bein...

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Political Meetings. MR. HUGH M'KINNOS AT PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

Political Meetings. HH. IHTflll N'KISSDS AT l'OUT MAL-grAilIK. On Wednesday uiuht Mr. McKinuou addressed a largo audiciiL-u in the School of Aits, and received a Aery gond hearing. Mr. It. J. I'orkcr occupied the chair, and IiriufJy iiitmdnccd the speaker. Mr. McKiimijii, licFore coinincnuing liis nddrcss, nipi'i^al his pluaeure at heviiig ladies present at (In; meeting. lie came before tho electors in a ]-rrnli;ir position that night. As most of them uu ihr?tnnd, tlic present contest for this electorate wai tn lif fought out ho'.Muen two freetraders ami two nniti«:tioiiistK. One uf the nrotcctiunist candidates iuul lipeu chosen, ami his own name had been sub mitted to the protection leagues at the second ; and l:i: li.iil every hope ami oonliik'iicc that lio uould be M'l.ctu.l. llowuvcr, if he did not receive the sup port of the Iraif.'iies, lie ilii! not intend to ttan.l, as he was not g'ling to It^lit against the unions. A mass iii'-oihij,' of the leagues uus to hn hel.l that cvi...

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For Ever True CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

? --? ~& ' --!.'?? ? ''?' ? .. _ . ? CHAl?tB!i;;^.:,:- -j I At the door of life, bytthecate_;6f breath, . ? I There are worse t^Uigt*atinpor|nantl»andeath. ; I It wouldjbe difficult Jo jfiiid* more gloomy ; JrunprepoBsaasing domicile th^n the pile of tray ^'IPJ^^M lOffi :$J8$$$&(- ^ Nftncv ccdled her lioine. if.-;;. ] Loft for years to fall into decay by its Awnrr who bnldlv Hnn1fir«H fa itmnrnma con tempt and horror foriilB ancient heritage, the Manor had been for good two years in the market before a purchaser or tenant was ^or^hcpiiiiug-*u6iciouUy incliued to accept the pxop'erty in'its'ram6hac|le Condition. i Itts Wore Jha^i -probable ihat1 oven Oraw aliaw would have rebelled from the purchaeo, greatly as his soul longed for some such place : but, as it happened, be did not see tho Manor until the sale was eftocted by his trustees, and tjhen, although he stormed a trifle at the gloominess «t first, his vulgar, bumptious mind soon found satisfaction and conceit in...

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(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) RAWDON ISLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

(rilOM OUR COUKKsrON-UKN'TS.) Kawoo.v Island, Wednesday. Mr. J. 1-. Ruth ven addressed the electors at Mr. G. Harriott's hall, Uau'dou Island, on Tuesday night lost. Owing to no notice of the meeting ap pearing iu the press, there were only about forty persona present. Mr. G. Harriott occupied the chair ; and the candidate was accorded a very good hearing. The usual vote of confidence was pro \wnl by Mr. Dawis, seconded by Mr. William Fowler, and carried ununimously. Mr. H. McKin non addressed tile meeting afterwards, and be was well received. On the motion of Messrs. Dounes nnd -i. Deattic, a vote of confidence iu him was passed unanimously. Ti£l,KORAI'it I'oint. Wednesday. * Messes. C. J. Roberts mid J. H. Young addressed a largo number of electors to-day at Telegraph Point. Mr. W. Fryer. J. P.. presided, lloth. cau ilidatcs spoke for some considerable time, aud they were listened to very patioutly. Their remarks were very much to the point. At the close, Mr. W. Rowscll proposed a...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

Official Correspondence. The following official communications have becu add'-csacd to the members for the district, Messrs. Young and Roberts : — Department of Lands, Sydney, 29th December, 1S83. Gentlemen, — With reference to yonr letter of^ho Sth instaut, applying for the proclamation, 4c, of tho road from VVaucTiopo to Cameron's Crossing, I iiavu inv nuiiur w nnuim yuu ? ntiir uie curtuyor states that the road in qre»tion lias been surveyed, but that the plan will not bo ready for transmission to this office until about the Mtli proximo, when the necessary action will at once be taken. — I have, &c, W. Wilson. Department of Public Works, Sydney, January 14, 1880. Gentlemen, — With reference to the petition forwanlod by you on tho 5th ultimo, signed by resi dents of Hailcngarra and district, urging that the sum of 1^50 may bo granted for the purpose of clearing ami opening a road from Hollands Plains aud TcTcgmph Point road to docp water, Wilson River, I am ilirocteil to ...

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Agricultural Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

AjrioultualOonuaitteo-MeDtins. )n Saturday lost a meeting of the general ommittee ; of the Port Macquarie and lastings District Agricultural (and Horti :ultural Society was I»eld'ii3 thejoommittee ?ooms on the ground?, ?, /Ttijwe :j«fw a'yi^y; aige^ttonaaiioe -;$: members; and Mr. i\E. P. Mulligan ^vio^prnsideiS) occupied the :hair. Tiro minutes, of the previous meeting )ondenJ^Was««ad,;rclating fchietiy to special irises, u '-? The ohsirman stated that the Kempsey Agricultural Society had shown great jourtesy towards the local institution, as the former had altered the dates of holding its tliow in order not to clash with Port Mac tjuarie. Both shows had been fixed for the same dates; and this had necessitated an alteration of the schedules of the Kempsey society. j Upon the motion of Messrs. Bransdon and Pryorjr the Secretary wai instructocT to tender ttt ' thanks fof the society j to '': the members of the Kempsey institution for the consideration shown in changing the dates, f T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 26 January 1889

To the Elector OP THE HASTINGS AND lAffiNli. O'. L. Ruthwn AND BCTT(3r^3: McKinnoN I ARE CANDIDATES TOGETHER IN THE Protection, Electors ! THE cry of the Freetraders is that their policy keeps tilings cheap. What is the use of a thing being cheap if you have not the Vherewithal to pay for it ? It is juBt as a Sydney writer says Things were never as cheap iu Sydney as they are now, and yet there wan ncve,r more scarcity of the means of purchase, or, in other words, of employ ment. What our working men want is the pur chasing power f their capital is their labour ; if they are out of employment it matters little to them whether thioga are cheap or dear., they have to go without. Tliore was never greater plunty than at the diggings when flour was Is a pound and whisky 2s 6d a nobbier, but every one could afford to nay these prices and have ' enough and to tpare.' And so it will be when (and it is very near) the happy day of Protection dawns. O.H.M.S. rpENDERS, addressed to the undersig...

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