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FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

FOB tOV'E OF MARJORIE, CHAPTER XXXI. 'You see, Miss Itausomc, how com pletely u-iinorvedTain,' Corny 11s rosuincd ?with a ghastly smile. ' And I am ashamed of .my eowordicc. Something terrible appears to. bo Tor oveor dogging my footsteps. I sun afraid1 that 1- shall Jose' Marjorie, and it quite makes' a child ?of mo.:' -. ????. 1. 1 Tho governess was ptizzledv 'The- lines »u her companion's face told of deep suf fering. ? _ Faint heart never, won; fair' lady,' ' sho quoted with- a smile. I liavo long been singing your praises, to Marjorio. She esteems you- more than any other man living.' ' Oh,- blessed hope !'? lie whispered hoarsely. ' I- am- unworthy oJ yemr friendship,- Miss' JRansomu.- Ordinarily I aiu bravo and self-reliant:;- 1 have be' Jieved myself to be a leader of men, and Ihe. knowledge of my craven heart fills mo with misery and unrest. I am ashamed of the deceit I have been guilty of for days and days — a deceit which I must continue for a little while longer. I have'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

A' moral: certaiiit.y that all;*. th,? cakes and plum puddings madefrom cu'rrari'tsanil plums purchased from, F.;T. Matthew's will be. rich and light.* Certainly the.: best, medicine, known, is Sander' ;and Sons' ,'Ku'calypt'i.Extrac!;. Test its emiii'ently powerful /o'fffiij.isj Tn cough's, colds. -infiaenaa— the relief, is^iijstaritaneous.. Ill serious cases, a,M . accidents /p£. all kinds'., be ? tlie';;' 'wonhds,'' burns,' .JscaVd^'jigs, ? bruises, sprains,', it is '.the safest remedy^— no inflam mation. . Like sm-pn?jii!;,.effec:jj proiliiced in croup, diphtheria, . bronchi lis,, ^iiflaini'n.at ion of the Imiirs, swellings, 'Ije.tty , diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the Ki.diVeys a. n'd urin'ai'.V organs. In u^e- at hospitals aiid medical clinics all over tbe'g!o% ;; '^W-q5ie'r By Jiis 'Majesty; the King-. of --ItHly'y^rdy^ncd '-'-vvith m'edal anil, diploma1 a; ; Internatioum- iixhibi ti'on;*Amstprilam. ' Vl'viist;.'m!5t.liisr.nppioVefl' article, and reject all others.-* ? For...

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IMPEACHMENT OF THE TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

IMPEACHMENT OF THE TREASURER. Si'isakin'o at the Protestant Hall, in Sydney, on the 18th instant M'ri W. J. Lyne, leader of the Opposition, read a statement, given below,. concerning the colony's finances. The figures were taken from the Government Gazette, from re turns,; authenticated by .tlie ,, signature of the treasurer, and conclnsivdly.sliowithat Mr. R'eid oiilyhad:one legitimate surplus, which' was in tire first qiiarterpf liis ad ministration, when . he .'was:.''wo'rking, on Mr. Sees estimates. 'I lie Jollowing is the statement of actual receiuts and ex penditure of the Reul . AdiYfnnstration : the Government assumed office on April 4.189-i : — Quarter, ended September 30,. .1894, revenue £2. 2.SS,fSG2 Gs. 2d., ex penditure £2,499,050 Is. ; . quarter end cd December 31y revenue £2,551,170 15s. 8d., expenditure £2, *192.208 ; 2s. 1 Od. : half-year-.- ended Juye(, .-50.. 1895, rovenue -£4i504.780 j 3s.' .2d.,: expendi ture £4,930.80« Os. (id. ; ? year ended June 00, 1890, rev...

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YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

'. YARNS. . It I O H r AWAY FROM Till! SUV. ? CoMiNG-events cast their sliadoivs.be fore— but it is not always easy to tell by the shadow what the real thing-is going to be. We. each draw our conclusions from the standpoint we see things from. There are events coming upon -us, which will affect us so -deeply-,' that we need watch for every indication of their com ing, so that, we may not mistake an enemy lor a friend, or a friend for an enemy, and through the mistake injure! ourselves and those around us. 1897. seemed to.be prolific of shadows of events to come. In , the Old World we find that Russia, Germany, and France have grown so jealous of England's expanding greatness that they have been coquetting with each other, with the view of form ing an alliance to crush her naval and commercial supremacy. But hereditary hatred and mutual distrust of each other has so far prevented Hhc combination. Although the fear of England and niu- ' ttial distrust has saved the '.world from tho ho...

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DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

| OORRIGO. ' [from OUIl OWN COItltESl'ON'nKNT/] 'L'iik weather lias been exceptionally hot during the past week. Great uneasiness is felt amongst the/ settlers here in consequence of a rumor which is going the rounds to the effect that the- remainder 'nf. the Dorrigo scruli is to lie closed against set tlenient. VV Iien one takes into consideration the' expense' the Government is - incurring in improv ing the roads, etc., it is quite, evident such a runior.is ? merely ? a farce, originating, perhaps,; from some 'source,- desirous; of seeing the whole of the Dorrigo resumed as a timber reserve. To any sane nidi-' ' vidual such an idea would seem alisur 1 ' in more waysthan one; for in the tii'st_ place all marketable timber has InH^ siiiCe been removedi and secondly, the- idea of closing some of.the best hind in the' eol- ?ony, and moreover land which if settled would enrich the financial revenue of the colony considerably, is- beyond compre-' hension. What'we would strongly ad vocat...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

. PliESHYTERIAN. Sunday, January 30 — * Bellinger Head*, 1 1 a.m. — Iiev. T. D.Evans. Nambueea Heads, 7. 30, p.m. — „ „ Taylor's Arm (Welsh'), 11 a.m. — lie v. W. II. Marshall. Mae7tsvillv,7 .30 p.m. — lieu. W.I/. Marshall. Sunday, February (j — Karangi, 11 a.m. — Ilev. T. D. Evans. Upper Bueea, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Coramba, 7 .30 p.m. — „ ,, „ , Taylor's Arm, 3 p.m. — Rev.W. II. Marshall.^ Mucksville, 7.30 p.m. — „ ,, „

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, ' January 30 (4th after Epiphany) — Gordonville, 11 a.m. (children's service at s 10.30 ).—Rev. C. Ii. Burgess. ? ' Bellingen, 3 p.m. — llev.C. E. Burgess. B'crnmmint, 7:30 p.m. — ? ?„ ,, „

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Tmtouon tiie Wire. Sydney, Thursday. Is tlie intercolonial cricket match, New South Wales, in their first innings, made 273 — Gregory 72. The Victorians only put up 187— Worrall 103, Stuckey 31 — in their first innings. New South Wales scored 90 in their second innings. The Victorians have six wickets down . for 150 — McMichael 30, Trott 34-, Worrall 33, Bruce (not out) 33. !, I he Challenge Stakes was won bv Scalawag, with Gozoczar second and Moorefiekl third. The Federal Convention delegates ap pointed to consider the question of river control sat for several hours yesterday, in a vain endeavor to settle the difficulty which has arisen in connection with the New South Wales tributaries of the Murray. The delegates from the vari ous colonies intend to assert their rights, even at the expense of federation. Lord Brassey narrowly escaped drown ing at Melbourne yesterday. He was being taken aboard the Sunbeam in a launch from the flagship at the regatta, when a sea f...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

Interesting Items. Tiiu Separation League in Rockliamp toii, Queensland, has decided to reiicw the agitation for separation forthwith. ******** News received from Queensland shows that the tick plague id slowly travelling southward, and must iu the course of timo reach this colony. ******** Speaking at the opening of a new fort at Pretoria, President Kruger remarked that the only way in which the peace of the Transvaal could be maintained was to be prepared for war. ******** Nearly all the English newspapers of last Friday publish articles comment ing upon tho gravity of the relations be tween Groat Britain and Russia, laying stress upon the fact that England and Japan nro virtually allied. ******** Telegrams which have been received from Pekin state that Count Cassini, the Russian Minister at the capital, is intim idating tho Chinese Government, the re sult being that the prospects of a loan being arranged between Great Britain nnd China have become very doubtful. ******** The Stan...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

MARRIAGE. Brown* — Carroll. — On January 11, at the resilience of the bride's parents, Glad- i stone, Macleay River, by the Rev. Mr. i Duffil, William, eldest son- of Mr. W, Brown, of Bellingen (late of Clybucca), to Emily M., only daughter of Mr. J. E'. Carroll, of Gladstone. : FRIDAY, JANUARY 2$, tSOS ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

A HIGH CHURCH 'DIGN-ITARY. The Right K'everend M'onsignor O'Hrien, Rector of St. John's Co lege, Sydney, has .expressed his opinfon of ' I'.OASiw'a. ' w a n'oo ' s . in the following. terms. DR-, O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. ci r , , . „ St. John s College, Sydney,' Dec. 15, 1897. f-ear Sits. — A trial of Loasby's ' \\rAH00 ' ; has fully eoiivinccd inc of its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. (Signed)' JASfES-. J. O'BitlfHN. To Loasby's Wnhoo ' Mi'fg. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO Can be obtained from all chem ists, price 2/6, or post free' from the sole manufactu'lers nnii pro prietors, Loasby's ' Wahoo' M'fg. Co ,, Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

Ax advertisement in another column re quests all . those who' promised to become subscribers, and those interested, to at tend a meeting in reference to the resus citation of the Bellinger River Acr.ricult ural Association, to be held in the School' of Arts, Bellingen, on Saturday, February 5. The convening of the meeting is a step in the right direction, as it will, no doubt, .determine whether the old society will be resurrected, or a new one formed to begin right at tho bottom of the' ladder and be worked, up to the great imstrtution it should be in this district. OE the two we wish to see the latter. Whatever is done, it- is to be hoped that the causes of failure in the past will serve as guides to success in the future. The main- object of an Agricultural Society should be to benefit farmers and encotu'nge the1 im provement of the ngricultura of the dis trict which supports it, and so assist in keeping the farmers up to the mark in the quality of their productions through compe...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

CRICKET. , Bowra. plays Fernmount, at Fernmount, to-moriow (Saturday). The following wili represent |the home club, — Messrs. A. Tyson, A. Faichney, J. McGeary, W. Carney, W. D. Higgins, E. Partridge, J. Dilore, II. Greer, F. Lovell, R. McDougall, and K. Tyson ; C. Thompson, J. H. Lovell, and \V. Tyson, emer gencies. A team ot cricketers trom tlie: JJorrigo de- 1 fealcd a Never Never eleven: oil Wednesday last. The match was played in- Mr. T. Rose's paddock, and the Dorrigo representatives won by an innings. The scores will appear in our next issue.' The following players represent Bellingen against Bellinger Heads, on Bellingen Park, to-morrow,— -Messrs. Matthews, Hamilton, Whatson, Crouch, Jay, G. Wills, Hattersley, Pitman, Johnston, Smythe. and Osborne ; Apsey and Henderson emergencies. ;Feinmouiit and Bellingen meet at Fcrn , mount on February 5 ; and Argent's Ilill plays Bellingen, on the lattcr's wicket on the 12th. - TEACHERS v. BELLINGER HEADS. ' Played at Bellinger Head!) l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF RELIABLE AND AUTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, 1-iALLS FURNISH more HOUSES in 011c week than any other furniture dealers do in one month — very safe guarantee of the excellent finish of HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALLS FURNISH a 3-room COTTAGE, sitting-room, kitchen, and bedroom, for £10 93. 6d. See our catalogue, post free. HALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE covered in rich Silk French Tapes try, with Plush Borders,- a good Serviceable Suite, £5 5s. HALL'S .BEDROOM SUITE, in Solid Polished Pine, 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. Gd. | HALL'S DINING ROOM SUITE, viz., Spring-seated Conch, pair comfortable Easy Chairs, and set of padded-back Chairs, covered in American Leather, of reliable make, that will last for years, £6 10s. HALL'S FUL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

STEARfl T0 SYDMEY. The Fast Direct Routs. Tlie Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, ,400 tons , the favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. rpHIS s.s. ; Excolsi«r leaves Coil's Harbor I Jolty every Sunday morning, at !) a.m.. and- leaves Sydney every ? Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wollumbin. also calls.. as required. Both steamersx'have cold storage o.E most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now '' given to the dairying industries throughout the district. The' Excelsior is clcctric-liglitiil throughout, and has supenor aeeommodation for passengers.- Steward and stewardess, anil ? ladies' cabins and other state rooms on deck. ? 'litres 'between Coft's Harbor and Sydney Cabin, single Jil 7s.. Gil.-, return . £2 10s; Steerage £1; / . .. 1 For further particulars, apply. Best's Hotel, Coil's Hai bor, or to ?. 1 ? . : GliO. W. SlCOI.r,, i. - a Pacific Wharf, Druitt-stv, Sydney. 1 The North Coast STEAM » NAVIGATION « CO., LIMITED/. T' HB favorite s.s. ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, January 30 — Upper Ovarii ( Mr. O. MeCann's), Mass 8.30 a.m. — Rev. P. W. Ahem. Coramba, 10.30 a.m., Mast'. — Hex. P. II', Ahem. Coramba, 7 .30 p.m., Evening Devotions. — lie v. P. IV. Ahem.

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THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. TO THE EDITOR OI- THE RALEIGH SUN. Sir, — You will doubtless think I liars been rather long-winded in sending you inoro dairy news ; but, unlike Mr. Barr's usual custom, wo were not paid for our December milk until Januory 24, when we wcro paid at the same rate as last mouth, viz., -d. per gallon for n 3.5 test, but milk returned. A great many of the creameries on the Macleay paid from 2i-d. to 2;[d., but those paying 2;[d. charged 2d. per 10-gallon tin for tlie milk, so you may call it 2-^d. all round for a 3.5 test. I am glad to tell you our supply is increasing, Mr. W. F. Sullivan topping the poll with 30 gallons, Mrs. Coulter being a very good second, and the others ranging from 10 to 12 gallons. Roughly speaking, we have from 170 to 180 gallons daily, and I am sure if milk would only advance to 3d. we would have over 200 gallons. Some of our farmers think it is not worth their while to send milic to the factory rit Sid. per gallon ; they would rather risk...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

Brief Mention. Concert and- ball to-night (Friday) at Coramba. Athletic sports- at tho Travellers Rest ?Hotel to-morrow (Saturday). At the Bowra courts yesterday' (Thursday) there were 15 cases down for hearing. Mr. S. J. Piggott is enlarging his shop in Bellingen. This is a healthy business sign. The Coil's Harbor Timber Cbmpiny has taken over X* icol 1 s sawmills at Woolgoolgn. Messrs. Lampliy Graham, and Hitchins made good,- sound speeches at Bowra on Mon day night. ? Tenders are called in this issue for more road work. There are four contracts — all oil the Nambueea. The Licensing Inspector's quarterly report for this district was received by tlie Bench on Monday last. Mr. A. Petersen, hoot and shoe maker, at one time in Bellingen, ami more recently at Coramba, has opened at Fernmount. There was nothing in the shape of public sports on the Bellinger on Anniversary Day. Private picnics were the order of the day. The tender of Mr. G. McC'ann, of Coils Harbor, has been accepted for...

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WEDDING AT GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

WEDDING AT GLADSTONE. I A quiet wedding took place at Gladstone on Tuesday, llt.h instant, when Mr. Win. Brown, proprietor of the I XL Cash Store, Bellingen, was uinrricd to Miss Umily M. Carroll, only daughter of Mr. J. IS. Carroll, storekeeper, Gladstone. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's parents. and was performed by the Rev. Mr. Diitnl. The bride was given away by her father, nnd M iss R. lteid (cousin of the bride) and Miss S. Brown (sister of Uie bridegroom) attended as bridesmaids, while Mr. 10. Ilcid acted as best man. After the ceremony had been per formed, tho whole company sat down to breakfast, when tlie usual toasts were honored, and best wishes and congratulations offered to the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have since anived in Bellingen. We wish them every happiness and prosperity.

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TAYLOR'S ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898

TAYLOR'S ARM. . A PUBLIC meeting was held at Mr. J. Cur ncy's to receive a repot*?, from the delegates appointed to interview Sir. I). Welsh in ref erence to the receiving store for produce. Mr. O. Johnson, chairman, called on Messrs. 1.1, Laverty and A. Smith, who stated that Mr. D. Welsh was willing to let part of the store l for the sum of £3 per annum. Also that Mr. ' ? Welsh would be willing to store any back freight that may come per steamer for the sum of Id. per bag. It was proposed by Mr. James Gray, and seconded by Mr. James McGree, that Mr. A. Smith's oiler be accept ed, which was that, he would rent Mr. Welsh's store, and store any produce that may be sent for shipment, and charge Jd. ]-cr bag. This , was carried, and the meeting terminated.

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