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THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
THE CHRISTMAS ^ND NEW GALA. ; ^ Ndr wiT;« RTAxnuui, the vigorous efforts.; of t|it (clerk'; of.-, the . weather to ill row. a;; damper. 'UjiouMtlie Christmas and .Now-'' V onr.i: jiilirtsitumisj, jucv-chS! iiUciiiled the whrrfe-pi-Qgranwiu!, and-it is. almost'; he-' yontba idonbt. 1 1 m I, tin' ?'IJ.ull.higerjdUtricl, has. passed tbroji^li.tlin itiii'oi^.n/.itu^xr , citement, unparalleled, in its history,.-,. Tlifi' visit of the lipiu'on hand- a.ud :tlu'.. Clar ence cricketers caused a-Ava-v«-*-(. joy to pass over our usually plncjil. exterior, and 3-| for the nonce nil were '' lost' to life and, m use and a ami' and I'li'inc' endeavoring. to | g i vo ? -i ii' 'tT^y 'si' ' ;i i'i ii f-'u ? red-letlery ' iip-f i poaJaliifey 5'tB'aS-= ilr^!f-rb-lt6efeVtirA 'i'e- snlt wis' ttlrtst'gra HVjftig :a u'U'ftrtftlttf iitfftg*' - « to all concerned, and I lie lieilinger'parted'; ' Jj witl!';i'(s 'Wsitafs'slii'i'dWii^'iind regrettl^' , the caTiVi'vn! ivail -biiconn' H-'lliHYg : of the!'' past, ...
THE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
THE MARKETS. J Sydney. TlutrsdiiJl . . Messrs. John See and Co. repo I- . Maize, very . scarce, 3s. to 3s. Gd. I jhi farmers not to delay sending. Pigs til. ? firm. f .The South Coast and West Cani'di Co-operative Company quote — Fat ( ?g : Light supplies coming forward, «1 nwitlty fn tlw» nvi\nrt nnmnnfili/m i'Ia market is very firm for every descripho. We advise our constituents to senin any they may have ready, as we anlj pate tho present high values to be nja tained for tlie next fortnight. Egp( 8d., market glutted ; muize, Sj.JNi, vero firm, with n prospect of a stillM/Vj— : titer rise ; poultry, prime lots iiigrart demand. M The Local Land Hoard sits at ItellinOTm Saturday, January 15, and again on 'i'uifik February 1. Bj* The full programme of the Cuff's Httb' sports, to come off on January 26, will nOTlr in oyr next issue. M,,. . Robt. J. smith, butcher, is a cashy:'' ' cbasir of pigs and cattle, fats or storaj,. large or small lots.* | At tho Bellingen Lands Office on Thuij...
NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
NAMBUCCA HEADS, j [from OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] , ' On Boxing Day, Mr. WijA Buckn^uT^rx junr., whilst riding uftercattljj^was tlirdifn ? and rolled on by the horsijHae wasfon,, and for a time remained illjpnscioii.''. Beyond a severe brm'sitig Jl||!| the face and shoulders, nothing j§§lig|r has re sulted from the accident. The concert given reeeil§||l'y the from a musical standpoint, andaWough a popular outdoor show was held the same time by Mad Davis, a veryfair audience patronised tho concert. & j;jji ? small place like this, part singing, jr'nilf presented in the Forui of a nXjng|l troupe, takes time to make headwtj,y) «: judging by the remarks heard aim);e'|' recent concert, glee singing is likielw'' become quite popular. It is prtobiff that the conccrt will be repeated Jatlj early date. // | Our bar is behaving very v/ell latijr and the channel is now straight out frS tho wall. E The s.s. Euroka is proving a grqj success since thesteam-stoeriug gear ? fitted. Two rollin...
DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
DORRIGO. [FROM Ol/It 0\Vff CORRESPONDENT.! V ery heavy ruin has fallen here during-, the last fortnight, swelling the creek^toV their banks. : Christmas passed Off quietly, th'e^wct weather preventing any outdoor atnuse-, ment. . At a roceiit meeting of the . Dorrigo Progress Committee, great indignation . was felt in regard to the action of the Government in reference to tile opening of the road on tho bank of Beiladown . Creek. They complied with our request to opon the road, but only on condition that the residents incurred half of the expense. Our contention is, the Gov ernment pocket quite enough out of the selector to enable them to make roads for the selector to reach a market, and it is ati outrage to ask the selector to make - his own roads. Besides, to encourage such a principle as this half business is ' endangering the future prospects of the struggling selector. Therefore, I would advise all concerned to put a damper on such au imposition. ?' : December 28.
Sunlight Flashes THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
Sunlight Flashes Through the Wire. Sydnkv, Wednesday. lHHSccoud test match was commenced at Molbourue on Saturday lust, and con cluded to-day, the Australians winning by an innings and fifty-five runs. The scores were as follows — Australians : Dar ling 36, Hill 58, McLeod 112, Gregory 71, Iredalo 89, Noble 17, Trumble 14, Trott 79, Kelly 1!), Jones 7, McKibbin 7, total (with sundries) 520. English men : Mason 3, Wainwright 21, McLar en 35, Hayward 23, Rauji 81, Hirst 0, Storer 51, Hearne 1, Briggs 46, Druco 44, Richardson 3, sundries 7, total 315. Second innings : Mason 3, McLaren 38, Ranji 27, Storor 1, Hirst 3, Druce 15, Hayward 33, Wainwright 11, Hearne 0, Briggs 12, Richardson 2, total (with sundries) 150. 'Tattersall' has donated £100 to the relief of tho sufferers from the bush fires at Hobart. Dwellings, post offices, churches, hotels, and farms have been re duced to ashes. Many lives have been lost, and there is great loss of live stock. People rushed from their home3 only ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
Thanks. Mr. DENIS O'CONN'Oli, of Missabotti desires to earnestly Thank the many friends who have extended such extreme kindness and sympathy towards him nnd his late beloved wife. Mr. O'Connor also wishes in thank Sir. and Mrs. Hicks for their trouble aiid attention. Nambucca Heads School . / ; of Arts. ANNUAL' MfiBTINCfof the Mem J_. bers will be. held on Tuesday. 25th iust., at 8 p.tn. Particularattentiou is draivu to Itules 8, 5-, 10, 17, anil 24. A. J. SIAKTIN, V . Hon.' See. A Fortune to be Made. OT ANTKDat once, io every locality, an y V intelligent person to act aa our Agent. Ni- Gpeci^l knowledge required, and without interfering v/itji present occupation. An excellent (opportunity for a capable young* mail or lady. Address — Morse Manufacturing Company, 3 Red Lion Court, London, K.C. Medical. J. ZIEHLKE, MD, . PHYSICIAN St, SURGEON, ']\yj~ AY be consulted daily at his Dispensary, .IAj_ late Royal Hqtcl, Fermnount. The Doctor is prepared to visit any part of district on the ...
YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
YARNS. RIOIIT AWAY FROM THE SUN. In my last letter I made it plain that we approved of the principle of ' one man ono vote ' as the grouudwork of manhood suffrage. I also made it equally plain that every man is not entitled to a vote. Under the old franchise, our rich land-owners had a voto in every elector ate they had £40 worth of property in, and it is said that some of our wealthy citizens held over twenty votes by this right. But, as tlioy had to poll their votes in person, they could not use thorn to any alarming extent excepting in city electorates. As a matter of fact, the power this gave them was more imagin ary than real. Perhaps it ia a sound principle that tho man who pays no tax should have no vote. For it is right that every man should bo called upon to con tribute something towards the cost of maintaining a system that makes him feel safe in his house, in his porson, and his property. He lias no right to secure this s.ifety wholly at theexpenso of others. This means t...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
Clmreli Services. , WBSLEYAN. . .-' Sunday, January 9 — Orard, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Upper Bucca, 3 p.m.— ,, „ JVana Glen, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ . Xecer Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. It. Griffith. Bellingen, 7. 30 p.m. — „ „ ,, Taylor's Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. D. Mogfvrd. Monday, January 10 — Lower . Bucca (Mr. Guoienough's shop'), 1.30p.m. — Jteo. 'A. Graham.
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. TO TUB EDITOR OK THE RALEIGH St72f. Sir, — Aa ono deeply interested in the dairying industry, I read in to-day's issue of your valuable paper a letter digued ' Ouo Intercstad ' with much intore9t. It ia a very straightforward letter, hut ' Ono Interested ' omitted to mention a fact of which, perhaps, many aro not aware, viz. : That almost without excep tion all factories charge 2d. per 10 gallon can, or -}d. per gallon, for their skim milk, which product at th? Bowra fac tory is roturned to suppliors free of chargo. Now, if this |d. per gallon was credited to suppliers' accounts, it would makothoir returns look much largerwhen tho accounts were debited with tho -^-d. per gallon and balanced. And ' One Interested' should also boar in mind the difference hi the supply when making comparisons. No doubt the factory men tioned in your footnote, viz., Brushgrove, treats more milk iu ouo day than the Bowra factory does in a month. Yours, etc., Geouoe Barr. Pioneer Cr...
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
ROMAN CATHOLIC, riunday, January 9 — Raleigh, 9 a.m., Mass. — Rev. P. II'. Ahem. Bellingen, 11 a.m., Mass. — „ „ Bellingen, 7 p.m., Vespers, Senium, and Benediction. — Rev. P. IF. Ahern.
AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
AS OTHERS SEE US. The result of the matches on the Bellingen conclusively prove the supremacy of Arthur Gray and T. Ford iis batsmen, and to the careful playiilg of the pair from Alumny Creek may bc'atttributed tho overwhelming defeat of the ^southern river teams. Gray won a £2 2s jrophy for best batting in the match against tho combined rivers, 'nnd there is no gainsaying tlie rnet that it was honestly earned. He has been a consistent baisman in district cricket, bu| it wus not .till his last nSatch - that he compiled the covetfcd; century;; * : f-ord likewise played good; cricket, and tee opposing elevens must hare imagined tlieyj were in for a lot of leather hunting wheuf the first batsman made such a stand. It was a. coincidence that the first wicket iu eaijli match fell at 119 runs. Greer secured jG ray's wieket in both matches wilh slow breaks, from which catches were taken. Greerjis undoubtedly a good truiul ler, and witu a little coaching the left hander must lie yet heanl o...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
PBES BYTE R I AN - Sunday, , January 0 — jVortfr Arm, 11 a.m. — Rev.'T. D. Evans. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — ,,' „ „ Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ . '. Buccabindini,ll a.m.-Rev. W.H.Marshall. Rowru, 3 p.m.— ?' ' „ ? „ Xambncca Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ ? : ?
ROAD CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
ROAD CONTRACTS. Tendbks for a number of road contracts were opened at the Roads Otlice, Bellingen, on Friday, December '25. Following are the results of the tendering : — Contract 33/97-8, Bellingen road up Missa botti ; 10 tenders ; James McMahon, £25 8s. ? Contract 34, Bowra to Upper South Arm ; 14 lenders ; James Carbin, £31 7s. lid. Contract 35, Bowra to Upper North Arm ; eight tcoScrs : H. McKay. £58 17s. Gd. Contract 3fi, 8owra to Upper North Arm ; 10 tenders ; ,M. O'Connor, £30 5s. 4d. Contract 3i,;Congariui up Taylor's Arm ; eight tenders ; \V. Cook. £51 8s. Contract 38, f!6ngarini up Taylor's Arm ; six tenders'; i&I. Kearns, £70 7s. Contract 39, Oriiitrarini up Taylor's Arm ; six tcnifers-'jfeG7 8s. 4tL Contract 40, (Coast Road to Pcrrett's ; five tenders ; Eather and Dowle, £40 18s. Contract 41, Coast Road to Pcrrett's; five tenders f'Eather and Dowle, £118 12s. Contract 42, Coast Road ' to Pcrrett's ; four tenders ; Jas,. Wilkinson, £75 5b. Contract 43, Coa-t Itoa...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
. ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, January 9 (1st after Epiphany) — Bellinger Heads, 11 a.m. (children's ser * ' vice at.J0.30') — Rev. O. E. Burgess. i'ernmmutt^ 3 p.m. — Ree. C. E. Burgess. Bellingen, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ Sunday, January 16 (2nd after Epiphany) — Upper Orara, 11 a.m. — Ret. C. JS.*Burgess. . Upper Bucca, 5 p.m. — „ „ „ f'oramfia, 7:30 p.m. — „ „ :Viic5t!,iy, .Tr.nur.ry 18— 'CuJTs' 7fcr5or Jetty,- 7.30 p.m. — Ree. C. S. liui-y
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
MINING. islevbh gold leases wore applied for at Ooramba during tlio quarter ended December 31, making the number in force 225. About 600 men are employed, and 40 mines are re ported to bo on gotd. The yield for tho past qunrter was 2507ozs., exclusive of returns which certain- mine-holders will not disclose. The prospects of tho mines are good. The Beacon Company has struck good gold in tlie Reward claim nt a depth of I80ft. During tho past year the Beacon Company crushed 5080 tons stone for 89 16ozs. gold, and during tho past quarter 1620 tons for 1993ozs. The Company paid away about £ 15,000 in diriilonds during the year. On an average, 95 hands are employed at the mine, and the pay-sheet dhows that close upon £1000 is rlisburseul.;pcr month. A winding engine is being put' iiftd position at the Corambn King, and the owners intend to sink the main shaft ?100 or 500ft. ^ The principal crushings from the mines in; nnd around Bucca during the past quarter 'were — font and Party, Nana ...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
General News.: : ? Tub unemployed iti AmuHtti are'estiihatoi at 5,U0b.030. ..:J .? ? tV : It- is statejl .that the Iudi:)n(froiitier. war , has cost. Jt-2,.-)UU.OOO. ' . .[ V. -All the requisites of a hrst-elass liut&l at intiderate charge si,t Iv^itli's iAVest. Kamu'sfy; Hotel.*. ;? ?? ' ' i iAv plague ol 'grassliopiteis in tlie iAIbiiry distnet is doing an immense amount., of, .dam-: nfte'to-the orchards and vinevaiils. ? ' I lll- VV.-1R ii illviil'llV )\i 1 1 M In ;i i ?! c r ' n ii . who pVeacbed a simple seriuon,— ?? I lil;e hiiti lie dou'i use.nn grainn^tueal -wnr.ls.'.' -m.. i ? ? I htUargest. lice .keeper .in the- world. -is 'a - Ctditorinan geiitlciiian, who has liOOU hives produeiiig iOO.OOUIbi!'? ol hiincv:yenrj.v.' J i A judge in flrooklvn has ruled that when ever a mat rummial engagement is broken .tf the engagenient I'itiir must be reiurne.l. A proclamation has been -isstieil 'deelariri^ iliphtheria imd.'uieinl'iraheous eroup. . seailet. fever; and typhoid feve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
TEAM TO SYPP8EY. j The Fast Direct Route. 'lie Geo. 'W. Nicoll Line. Regular weekly service. e new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the j favorite new s.s., Wollumbin, 300 tons. 'WIG s.s. Excelsior I saves Cuff's Harbor .Jetty every Sunday mornim;. al !) a.m.. I (1 leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. ,e s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. ' -th steamers have cold Morale of most ? xicin arrangement. and an impetus is now j wn to t.lsc dairying industries throughout !- (Ijstrict, TlicKxccisioi is electric- 1 initial ! rougliout, and lias superior accommodation 1 ? - passengers. Steward and stewardess, and j lieB' cabins and other state rooms on deck, j [?'arcs between Golfs Harbor anil Sydney — j. iti'n', single £1 7s. O.I., return £'2 10s ; eefnge 411. For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, nit's Ilatbor. or to '? G 150. \V. NICOLL. ™ Pacific Whnif. Druitt-st., Sydney. i The North Coast IrEAI * lAVIGATlON - CO., i ' jg^IMlTED. .favjBS&s. ilOSICDALE wil) make EL frequ-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY HAVE THE LARGEST STOCIv OF RELIABLE AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT MALLS FURNISH more HOUSES in ono week than any other furniture dealers do in one month — very safe guaruntee of the excellent finish of HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALLS FURNISH a 8-romu COTTAGE, sitting-room, kitchen, nnd bedroom, for .£10 9s. (id. Seo our catalogue, post free. if ALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE covered in rich Silk F reneh Tapes try, with Plush Borders, a good Serviceable Suite, £5 5s. HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, in Solid Polished Pino, viz., Wardrobe with glass doors and deep drawer, Dressing Table with jewel trays and swing glass, Marble-top Wash stand, Rail, and Chair, £6 7s. 6d. HALL'S DINING UOONl StTITE, viz., Spring-seated! Couch; ptoir comfortable Easy Chairs, and set of padded-back Chairs, covered iu American Lnathor, of reliable make, that will lust for years, £(5. 10s. HALL'S F...
BELLINGEN COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
BELUHQEM COURTS. On Tuesday, December .28',' Messrs T, C. McKell, P.M., T. Matthews and H. Bennett Js.P., pre^nleil n't tlie' Bellingen Courts. Hefoie the b'usinefi's o£ the court was coininoncfcU, iir Matthews on bohnlf of the iaoal Kon'fcti',- welcomed Mr. McKell to llel lingerf,' n'ft'd congratulated tho district on socuring tlie services o£ such an able and lonrncd maiuto administer ? the law. Ho trusted Mr McKell ' would bo with them permanently^-Mr. C, MoKenzie, on behalf of the lognl profession, also welcomed the Police Magistrate. Mr McKoll briefly re turned Chunks ? tn the Police Court, Arthur nnd Alfred Forbes were sum moned for cutting down some barbed wire fencing on the property of H. J. Kinny, Both accused wore found guilty, and were fined Is,, with 13s. lOd. damages and costs, each. 'In theSmnll Debts Court S. tieniiefct sued A. Cook, £5, for rent of farm, and a verdict for the amount, wilh 7s. costs, was given. W. Woods summoned Jas. flickey, for wrongfully driving a...
MACKSVILLE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898
. 'MACKSVILLE COURTS. Mk. T. C.-JIcKKf,r,, P.M., and .Messrs. K. Hitchens and AV. Ezold, Ja.P., presided nt the police courts ou December 29. On their Worships taking their seats on the Bench, Mr. Hitchens, ou behalf.. of ihfl local. Bench of Magistrates, extended a hearty welcome to the P.M. n'pon his temporary return to the district, Mr.' McKell w'ould no doubt 'be pleased, to find that, the record in police cases ? had eonsidnr:i hi v Fjil!«-n riff ,lniin-r .H,„ h„ut. few years.' This reform was considered to be the outcome of Mr. Mc Kelt's firm and fearless administration of the law in the past. The Bench- regret led t'hat Mr. McKell's appoint ment Was not permanent, and they would always be ready and pleased to assist him iu his arduous duties. Messrs. .1. It. Mariack and C. McKenzie, representing the le.'a pro fession, also congratulated the P.M. upon his temporary return and appointment to this district. Mr. McKell sincerely thanked them for the hearty reception accorded him....