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DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

DISTRICT WANTS. Mil, .Met jAUr.uux has been informed by- the various public departments as follows:—' ' ' In reply to your letter of the 3 7th. instant to the District Surveyor, -'e surveyof the road Coiigarinni Upper Taylor's Arm, etc, I have tho honor to inform you that tho papers relating to the road in question' we're received oir tho 10th; ins't.j-and wore forwarded to Mr;'' Licensed-Surveyor II; Ai Evans, of Bellingen, for survey 011 the 14tln, and that lie has been instructed to ex pedite action. [Mr. avails is now engaged in the survey.] ' In reply to 'your. loiter of 'tho 20th. nit., 1 have the honor to inform you that a design for subdivision for settle ment of land on North Creek iii the parish of Merrylegai, cortnty of Raleigh, is now being prepared by the District Surveyor, who reports that the case will receive attention as early as practicable. ' Adverting to my letter of the 23rd. Juno li.st, in connection with the pro posal of tho Raleigh Progress Associa tion, that...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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A BOWRA CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

A BOWRA CEREMONY. A GUltls.MONY wliicli excited very great in lores t amongst Nnnibuc'cn residents look place ill Bowra mi Saturday last, when (Ik: fiiitmlalion brick of the new police quarters mill coli r( lionsu was ' well and truly laid.' A representative, gather ing Ol'alioiu JUU residents witnessed the function, ami there was a delightful eiitlnisiii-m a limit the jt'rii-.,i-i-ilin*;s which showed lliat the Bowra jn'oplu :ijn-ruc*i— a tod the nocasiwii. It was an impromptu gathering, and would have been al least . three times as large had a few (lavs notice bcfn 'given. Tlie corner brick, was gently and .skilfully fixed in its place ?by Sir. W. F. Sullivan, one of ihe old est, and most esteemed of Bowra's ' Pil grim. ..Fathers,' In tlio cavity beneath ..?the, brick was placed a bottle containing' n copy of an address, together with a copy 'of Tun Ra'i.kkhi, Sun, and with such a foundation :tlio Bowra courthouse and police quarters sliouid stand for at ? least ii century'. , ;'?...

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MR. M'LAUGHMN'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

MR; M'LAUeHMffS CAMPAIGN: ? Mr. : McLaughlin op'enetl .the cum paign at Dulmorton 011 Friday night last. He advocated honest federation, and said that it was the real issue and federation must come,, though he had. opposed a bill which meant federation at any prfce. He pointed out that lirauiton s lilot, the minority .rule pro visions of the Senate, and .the deadlock proposals had been abnnd'oited' by Mr.! Barton, who bad gircn in on these great objections to the Bill. , He had decided to act independently of any body in Sydney, because Messrs. Barton' and Lyne had been qiftrrelling over the ques tion,- aird hc'(M r. MeLaugliHrvJ amongst others had' been threatened for daring to' oppose' the' late unjust Bill. He would vote' for federation,-, but lie would not be bullied infto' agreeing Uf anything; Mr. Retd's proposals were impossible, b'ecatfse' they asked too much; .'If there was to be a surplus mider federation it should he returned to the various colonies in fair proportion, an...

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THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

THE COMING ELECTION. I Tub' gen'erul elections take place' all ' over the colony 011 Wednesday week Jul/ fl, ami the real struggle will' not i be federation ; it will be as u'siiul the freet i!adc ministry against the p'rotcc- ? tioii'ist opposition. In this' clectoriite ! tne contest promises to tie uetweeu two 1 candidates only, Air. M'cL'nugh'nii and ; Mr. Hogan, aiid tho'u'glr. this paper has often -found' fault with Afiv McLaughlin politically it supports him in. the present contest as the better man - of the . two tis a rep'resentiintfii iir' parliament. This paper has always opposed Mr. Hogan politically, and it still does so 011 the ground that it bdid'ves him to lie useless iis a politician', a man without any ability as a legislator, atid whose votes, are given* ill' tlie House more 'for party than for principle. Personally we have dVery respeef'for Mr. Hogan ; but we have also every respect fur Mr.. McLaughlin as a man iiincli nin'e Suit able for the duties of a political...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

TELEGRAMS. . . . . Sy'dsey, 'i'hrfrsday. . Mlt. IJeid, sp'eakfngat A I b'u'ry, said Mr, Bjuton was afraid to go' 011 ami oppose Mr. Millen at Bourke;' lie felt the shadow of death' 011 him up there, ami he had thought it bitter to come home to' Sydney to' die. lie was not afraid of Mr. 'Barton in King Divi tion. Mr. lteid is certain tl/e Government will go back with a large majority. Opinion is much divided as to the chances of Mr. Barton against Mr. Reid; both sides are sanguine. Most of the American siege guns have been . plaee.1 in position before Santiago, and the American general has notified the Spaniards that defence is useless ami only means much loss of life and terrible suffering. The Span- . isli commander has sent word to Spain as to the position, and pending a reply 110 action , will be taken by the Americans. The men of .-Admiral Sampson's fleet re ceived a houilly of £40,000 for destroying tlie Spanish fleet of Admiral Cerveras. A hotel at Gennanton, Tasmania, has bee...

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MR. HOGAN'S CAMPAIGM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

MR. HOGAN'S CAMPAIGN. Mr. P. Hogan's programme appears in our advertising columns. Mr. Hogan started his campaign 011 Monday - niglit at Jersey ville, and he- had a .good 'meet ing there, Mr. Perrett being in the chair. A vote of confidence in Mr. Hogan was carried, and lie expects a big vote at Jorseyville.j Mr.; Hogan Intel good meetings at Kiiicliela and Sifiilhtowu; Mr;. ldogan speaks- 011- the Bellinger next week, begining at Dorigo on Monday at 1 o'clock. On .Monday, night Mr. IIogan speaks at Never Never and then at Gordonville, Glenilfer, Bdlingeiij etc., He' winds uji liis cam paign with a second address at Bowra, on the night before election day. A meeting of the friends and. sup porters of ; M. Hogan - was - held in Bellingen School of Arts 011 Saturday night. There:-. were about SO5, present, and Mr. Matthews was voted to the chair. A committee' was -formed to secure Mr. Hogan's return. Messrs. J. H. Noble, S; J. Piggott, H. Boiiltwood, A. Beattio senr., J. Glyde, and ot...

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BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

BOWRA PROGRESS . COMMITTEE. A wuj.ii attended meeting of the Howra Progress Committee, was held on Saturday night, in -Barry's Assembly Hall, Mr. W. 1-\ Sullivan being ill tlie chair. 'Mr. P. Lamph, secretary, read the minutes of ; the previous meeting, which were eon firmed . The correspon dence dealt with was of a formal nature, and was in connect ion wit Ii a hatulrai! nslteil for nt Bowra bridge over South Arm it Sullivan's, ami Grace's mail. In connection with the handrail, Mr. McLaughlin referred to the obstacles which had apparently bccu plnccd iu his way in the matter ; lie pointed out that the money spent in postage alone for corres pondence about it would, have coyered:thc cos; of the desircii improvement. The official reply was that a chain guard would be placed at the spot. It ivas decided to ask ifivCrouch (I) to have mile-posts- creeled on the roads throughout the various, arms of ; the ' N11111 hiicca j (2) to liiiv.e a footbridge erected at Grassy Crossing, so that c...

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"RALEIGH POLITICS." [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

' RALEIGH, POLITICS.' iN.our last- issue we reprinted from I hi anted '(without the slightest alteration) a speech made in Parliament, by Mr. Mclyail-.diiin. We also added a footnote, mentioning the names of Messrs. H. Boultwood and P. IIogan. The speech' from llanmril charges two gentle men with having asked the Minister for Works to delay works in this eleetniate unlil after the general election. when Mr. McLaughlin made that speech in the House, Mr. Voting was present, and the specch was really directed to him. Vet Mr, Voiuig offered 110 word of remonstrance, no word of deiiial. We Itnoio- Mir. Voting was present when the speech was made. Hansard, we have said, is our authority for the speech printed by us. In legard to thu footnote mentioning names, we had written: authority for what- we wrote, ami that ainhoriiy will be produced, if necessary, iu the proper place. We have been asked by Mr. Ilotiltwood for an apology, failing which he threatens an action for damages. Since deman...

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NAMBUCCA SHIPPING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

NAMBUCCA, SHIPPING QUESTION. A liAlSGEr.Y attended meeting of the Bowra' Co-operative Shipping Company was held in Barry's Assembly Hall on Sal unlay . night, Mr. Alex. Graham iu the chair. Mr. P. Lamph, as secretary, after reading the min utes o£ the previous meet'ng, coinplaiiie I that til.' cuairman mw opened negotiations wic.11 Mr. Buckle after having agreed with the captain of the stertmer Billy Barlow to take up the Nnmbucea trade. The meeting was stormy, a .id charges and counter-charges were hulled around, though the matter on which tlie disagreement was based was not really seiious. and all parties regretted that any brtach occurred at all. The misunderstand ing appeared to haVe occurred, in a very natural way. It seems that the' shipping company, some time ago, purchased a punt, which, up to Monday last., .had, since the recent floo !, been lying partially submerged in the river near Mr. -J. H. Allan's farm. This punt was to have been used in drogliing to the Heads, and Me...

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A SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 July 1898

/t Successful* bazaar'. On 'l,ftursday afternoon of laa't week a very attractive and iniercsting bazaar was opened in the prfvate' resTdeuee of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'. lialy,' nt Bellingen. The bazaar was ar ranged wholly ijy some of the younger. girls of the. A'tVgliean Church, the object bfetng to present the church of St. Margaret's' with a i-oinmunion service. The girls worked hard to inalce' fhe affair a success, iinif tlieV. pi'us't feel o'xt'reiiiely pleased vjitlf the iHSul'tor their efforis. Siiss Ruby Baly and Miss Marjorie Italy Wefc especially interested in tlie'ex- hibitio'n.' and tile major pnrt of the work «'as done by them. The Misses Deverell, ICva'us', and M atthews rendered very valuable help, and visitors to the bazaar were delighted and pleiis&l witli the whole affair. Tile visK tors Wertj' pfesefft by invitation,- and they numbered over 50. Amongst the'm \ve were plfeiise'il to' notice three clergymen of other deiiomi'nati'ons — Ue'v. p'. W. Ahem (R.C.), Re...

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

Echoes. By The Pt'i.onm. Anytliing in this column is ftot necessarily identified with the policy o£ the paper. iM it. 1).-... A. iM cIxTYttE, of. Inverell, won £25 offered by the AilslniUafi Star in connection w i tip the Federal plebiscite, his gttcss being 71,592, the' actual jwll being 71,595. .. ; * * * * ; * ' * * * Ix 1887 Falcon Island, in the Friendly group, began as a smoking shoal. Ten; vears later it was a volcanic island about |, 300 feet high and over a mile and a-half long. Now it is .disappearing. . * * * , ' * * * ; * * If anyone undertook to walk, one way: only, through all the streets of Loudon, he would have to traverse 2G00 miles. This suggests the distance otto miut go to see thoroughly even the greater part of -London...., ? * * . # * * * * * ' A tticii nobleman in Vienna stipulated in his \vill that an electric light must be kept constantly burning iii his tomb, and another in his ..coffin for 12. mouths aftei* his death.' Tile' devil would probably find him j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

TO THE [LECTORS OF RALEIGH ! I 1 GEHTLE'MEN, — The.' Parliament to- which, in 1895, yon did me the' honor of electing me as your representative having expired by efTltixiou of time, I consider it my duty to again offer my services, and become a Candidate for your (suffrages'. _ ? In doing' so,, I anr greatly influenced by the liindly and aPmost trnanitnous egressions of . approval of my stewardship during the last, three- years that have been- conveyed to- me from all parts of your. Electorate ;? such approval' has also been evidenced iii': the' most generous aiid cordinl' manner on every occasion since I have liad the pleasure of paying your district n visit.; These visits not only gave yon1 air opportunity of becoming aware of the manner I attended- to yotir local requirements, .but gave me a thorough knowledge of them,- and brought me directly in touch with yourselves. 1 The improvements made to the entrance to your rivers duriiig my term I you are well acquainted with, and it on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

Federation may' be all right, but when' you are travelling and want n good comfortable homuj.go to ligan's West kempsey Hotel. 1'ou get, the best df everything there.* Certainly the bdst incdiciiie knovVii is Sander and Sons' Kuetllyptl liktract. Test its emineiitly powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza — the relief is instantaneous. In .serious eases, anil accidents of all kinds, - be they wounds; burns, scaldings; brtiisesj sprains, it is the safest remedy— no infiam mntidii. I. ike surprising efl'ecis produced in croup, diphtheria-, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, etc. ; dlilrrhcea dysentry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use nt hospitals nail medical ?clinics all over tho globe ; patronised by his Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma a International Exhibi tion, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others.*

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THE NORTH COAST RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

THE NORTH COAST RAILWAY. IviiPO'itTjN't! on the proposed railway from MaiLlaud to Turee,- tlie Public Works Committee states that tlie pro posed line would be 113 miles GG cliaius in length. Six tunnels would be . re quired and a good ninny large1 bridges. i ho estimated cost is £982, 2So, or an average of £80^9 per mile. During the visit of inspection and inquiry whicir tlio committee made along the route of the proposed railway, a feeling of in difference on the part of a large propor tion of the residents; of the district traversed was very pronounced. At some places presumed to be interested, it 'Was. difficult to find: witnesse's . who cared- to take the trouble to'cume for ward and give evidence on the subject. Everywhere the estimated cost ''of ~ the line excited astonishment at its mag nitude,- and it was' generally, admitted that a railway upon which so large an expenditure would be incurred could not possibly fur many years be expected to pay. The committee is of opinion t...

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TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. 'l'ENDElts for tlio following contracts will dose at lu'llingen 011 Tuesday, August 2, nt 110011 : — Contract 2/98-0, li o 1 1 i 1 1 ;_re 1 1 , rin liowinvllle, to CoMfinrini, in two sections. Hcetion 1 — Between lligne.v's and' Hnnly's (on Dnnibcr's contract), conipiisiny 200 cubiu yards main tenance river gravel, to be stacked in heaps and distributed as directed liy umiutainauee man ; two liftli-class culverts; Section 2; — On ISowra mountain, two third-class cause ways on old cutting north of. Danilier's new cutting; on Danilier's new cutting 13(1 lineal yards re-building' wall (in six sections us jicgged) ; one lU'th-class culvert ;? one iit'th- , , class culvert. to be removed and ve-ereeted at lirsl bend in cutting ; one third-class cause way. Total — 200 yards gravel ; 13(! yards rebuilding wall i- three fifth-class culverts; one fifth-classculyert removed and re-eieeted;' three third-class- causeways. In the stone walling the lengths as pegged are to ...

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ANGLICAN. Sunday, July 24— [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

ANGLICAN. Sunday, July .24— Jiellimjen (i St. Margaret's), 11 a.m._ Fernmount (St. Vincent's), 7 p.m. . Jlaleigh, 3 p.m. ? . Monday, July 25 — Quarry , 7 p.m. ? . ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

Legal. MR. J. R. MARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required , anil may be consulted -by letter. * A COMPLETE VINDICATION. Mb. j. Mclaughlin, candidate for Raleigh, having said that Mr. Young, Minister for .Works, said Mr. Hogan and Mr. Boultwood asked him to defer the survey of the Guyra-Coff's Harbor railway line and the expenditure of public money in the Raleigh electorate till after the general election, both those . gentlemen communicated with Mr. Young. The following is the correspond ence:— . Teleginm from Mr. Hogan at Mncksville to Mr. Young — . ... , ? . ? . /A- newspaper called: 'I'he. Ualeigh ..Sux printed anil published here a report that. I influenced you to defer the completion of the Guyra-Coil's Harbor railway line and all ex penditure of public 'money in this electorate pending the results of the present elections, please reply if I :havc done so, for the infor mation of'the public here, and oblige, — P., Hogax. ' From Harrington, ...

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PUBLIC SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

PUBLIC SCHOOL PICNIC. ' A Visirou' writes : — ' On Friday ? the 15th inst., tlie parents and children . of the Simpson's Ridge Public .School, and their friends, met at ? the school grounds, to enjoy an afternoon's sport. Tlie day was all that could lie desired, and the pupils seemed highly eiaied '(ill through, Tho visitors thoroughly .enjoyed themselve,?.- ihu teachor ..had his pupils running races for marbles, .lollies, etc. ; lollies were scattered on the green like showers oT hailstones, and caused not a little. .amusement to : both ;young and old. . An excellent ' spread was provided by the parents and toucher, . and I must say was fit for a king. In the evening the teacher put their child- ' ren through thcjrjdrill ; it was quite ? a pleasure to witness how accurately they ?performed tlicjr drill, and afterwards tlioy' were taken into tho 'weather .'shed, where a number of their school songs were gone through to the delight of those present, which spoke well for the paticncc ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

Raleigh- electorate follows the example of ;King Division in. the present; political con test. In ltaleigh it is a purely- personal' fight, in which no third candidate could have any share, because the bitterness of party feeling between the present sections would overshadow, hfs 'chances. In King Division a similar state oS things is the feature of the battle. There the fight is the man Barton against the man Reid. There is no other 'issuij at stake, and no other issue can be dragged in. The electors of King Division have a very grave responsibility tln'uwn upon them in being asked to choose between Mr, Ba'rtOS and Mr, REID j their votes'influcrice, more than any others, the interests of the people of the whole colony, because they have to decide as to which man shall be the accredited leader of federation in our Parlia mi'nt^Mr. Babton or Mr. Reid. In this electorate, or rather in this important part of it, the contest has become a personal matter' ; between Mr. McLaughlin on one ...

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THE BELLINGER HEADS WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 July 1898

! THE BELLINGER HEADS .On'' June 80 the Parliamentary Stand ing Committee on Public Works was occupied in tho further consideration of the proposed harbor works at Bellinger ?River,, the. adjourned debate on the fol lowing motion by Mr. Farnell, seconded '??by Mr. Clarke, being resumed,—' That, .in the opinion of the ..committee, it is cx ? pedierit.that the proposed harbor works at Bellinger River, to cost £30,000, in ?addition to the amount' already ex pended, as referred to the committee. by- the Legislative Assembly, be carried out.' - Mr. Wright moved as an ntiiond mant the insertion after, the word 'river' ? of the words 'with the exception. of the training bank oil ? the north side of; the' ? south arm.' This was seconded by Mr.: . Hassall, f.nd lost by eight vote's to four, Messrs. Farnell, Clarke, O'Connor, Lee, Black, , Roberts, and Hoskins voting against Messrs. Wright, Hassall, Hum phrey, and Ewing. .Eventually the original motion was carried by ten votes to two, the dis...

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