CONTENTS Archibald Clunes Innes p52. Dr Jean Baptiste Charles Lomomerie dit Fattorini p58. James Hardy ‘Flash Jim’ Vaux p67. George Lewis ‘Louis’ Becke p68. Mrs Georgina Kinnear p68. Alfred Edward Pountney and family p69. Uptin family p71. E.A. (Ernest Aubrey) Mowle p71. Dr De Luca p72. Aborigines p74. Churches p79. Presbyterian Church p83. Wauchope and the Comboyne p85. Nicholas Cain p85. Bill Haydon ‘the Cedar King’ p90. Beechwood p95. Rollands Plains and Telegraph Point p109. The Camden Haven, Kew and Kendall p119. Longworth family p121. Ross Glen p125. Camden Haven becomes Kendall and also area around Laurieton p126. J.E Flynn and ‘Roto’ (house) p137. Hotels p143.
ILLUSTRATIONS: Mrs Jane Mary Nunn p1. The Asylum, originally used as prisoner’s barracks p8. The Gaol p8. Surgeon’s Dispensary, now Colonial Chapel of Christ the Healer p9. Port Macquarie’s first bank, the Bank of New South Wales p12. Horton Street, c1850 p13. Robert Venour Dulhunty p14. Tacking Point Lighthouse p23. Old Court House p24. Boiling down works in West Port p27. Early petrol pumps p28. Hockey girls in the late 1920s p28. Ray Smith and Merv Radley with lobster catch 1965 p29. Cummings Store 1920s p31. Robert Dulhunty’s estage agency and Tozer’s Terrace p32. Port’s first motel, the Macquarie, built 1957 p33. Sand Castle Motor Inn p33. Kooloonbung Creek, then and now p34. St Thomas Church p35. Pilot’s memorial to Capt. Leslie G. Liley p36. The Lady Nelson (ship) p37. Fishing trawler ‘Nerani’ wrecked p39. Phil Bowman p40. Clarence Street c1867 p45. Tozer’s Terrace p46. Graves of Major Henry Crummer and his wife p49. William Street c1918 and c1903 p50. Hallway in ‘Grantham’ p50. Map of Port Macquarie 1831 p51. Major Archibald Clunes Innes p52. Lake Innes Mansion p53. Church of St Thomas, interior p55.
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ellenborough Falls p59. Roman Catholic Church, Kendall p60. Anglican Church, Kendall p60. Uniting Church, Kendall p60. The Wilson River near Upper Rollands Plains p61. Broken Bago Mountain, looking from Beechwood p61. Lake Cathie p63. Church of St Thomas p66. Wesleyan Methodist Church p66. Alfred Edward Pountney p69. Rev. Robert Davidson p70. Port Macquarie News office p70. Charles Thomas Uptin p71. Ernest Aubrey Mowle p72. Alban Charles Elliot p72. First golf course p73. Aborigines at Lake Cathie p75. Anglican Church on Rawdon Island p80. Organ, Church of St Thomas p81. The Dispensary p82. The Rectory p83. Church of St Thomas p83. Members of the North Coast Railway League delegation 1903: Duncan Bain third from left, others in photo (positions not given) include W.F. Lindsay, R.E. Andrews, V.P. O’Neill, John McLennan, H.B. Nicoll, J. Jones, Angus Kennedy, Robert Woodlands and A. Trotter p86. Bullock teams take out logs p87. Early timber mill p88. Old store at Timbertown, Wauchope p89. Timbertown railway p90.
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ted Mumford resting at the Travellers Rest Hotel p90. Official opening of the Bain Bridge 1907 p91. Thomas Suters Snr. moves his family from Wauchope to Tacking Point 1908 p91. Three generations of the Andrews family at the Hastings Co-op: W.J. Andrews, Doug and Ross p92. ‘Granny’ Eggert on her 90th birthday p93. Past Presidents of the Wauchope Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural Society: J. Rowsell, H. Suters, W.J. Andrews, A. Wade, G.C. Lindsay, H. Trotter, S.R. Andrews, E. Suters p94. Beechwood Hotel p96. Travellers Rest Hotel, Long Flat p97. The first bank in Wauchope, now Jacaranda House p102. Telegraph Point Bridge p102. School buildings, Rawdon Island p103. ‘Roto’, Port Macquarie p104. Bonny Hills p105. Old house, Rollands Plains p110. Telegraph Point School during the 1974 flood p113. Hacks Ferry p114. Railway level crossing and old bridge across the Wilson River at Telegraph Point p115. Old bridge at Telegraph Point p117. Longworth’s Mill, Kendall p121. Five octagenarian members of the Longworth family: Frank, John, Robert, Mrs Liza Watson, Mrs Jane Hogg p122. Longworth’s railway p123.
ILLUSTRATIONS: Climax locomotive p123. Robert Longworth family: Walter, Lionel, Cecil, Robert, Alfred, Robert Snr., Sydney and Florence p124. Henry Kendall p126. Wauchope Butter Factory p131. West Port Butter Factory p131. Comboyne Rural Co-operative Society Factory p132. Butter factory at Telegraph Point p133. Winemaker John Cassegrain p135. Australia’s first conference of little people (dwarfs) p140. Hastings District Historical Society Museum p141. The Royal Hotel p144. The Star Hotel, Wauchope p146.
INDEX SELECTIONS: Captain Francis Allman. Duncan Bain. Annabella (Innes) Boswell. Rev. J. Cross. Major Kemp. Kooloonbung Creek. John Oxley. Stephen Partridge. Horatio Tozer. Jeremiah Warlters.