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RALEIGH ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
RALEIGH ELECTORATE. In Raleigh electorate tho contest was i confined to two candidates, and the battle was kcon. Mr.- Hogan, who was defeated, ? met many old friends, who, though they had withdrawn political support, still held him in, high personal esteem, a3 an old and .tried friend who had worked hard for the electorate in; tho past.' Mr. McLaughlin and his friends must beproud 'of such a decided victory over Mr. Hogan, when the cir cumstances of the ' fight aro considered. The two candidates canvassed diligently, and addressed meetings up to tho last hour. On the night before polling-day Mr. McLaughlin spoke at Jeseyville and Mr. Hogan at Macksville. Both can didates met nt Macksville on W edncsday morning,., and afterwards went to Bowra. Leaving^Bowra in the afternoon, tlicy arrived in Bellingen about 7 p.m-,,'H Mr. McLaughlin being. first in town; Dur ing thd day polling went on quietly, but tlie great interest taken in tho' election was shown by the heavy voting. At Bellingen...
MACKSVILLE POLCIE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
MACKSVILLE POLC1E COURT. AT Macksvilla court on Tuesday Mr. W. G. B. Smith, P.M., and W. Ezold, J. P., presided. One defendant for drunkenness was lined Bs. or 3 days. 'Angus MdKay charged Charles Jarrett with false prctciices. Mr. McKenzie apd eared for plaintiff, who deposed that he supplied Jarrett with 50 bags on the under standing that -'.Jarrett was to ship corn to In S.rlnoit MfKnV linvlllC. lie nlleged,- purchased 200 bushels from Jarrett. Jarrett shipped to his own agent. He said he purchased the bags and he denied the sale of the maize to McKay.^ The case was dismissed. ! In the case of- Kennedy v. Captain ltendall a claim for goods removed' by defendant from a farm which had been leased on tlnj half-and-half system. Mr. McKenzie appeared for the defendant. Plaintiff was ton-suited. Kennedy also sued Rendall for £5 5s. for fencing, and_ a verdict was given for plaintiff ; Mr. McKenzie for defendant. Kennedy also sued Smith and Byrnes, the fprmcr for agistment, and' the lat...
MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
MARRIAGE. On July Gth, at the' Hampden Hall, Beat tie-street, Balmain, tho marriage was cele brated of Mr. David Moore Anderson, of Gladesville, second son oE Mr. David Moore Anderson, of Partick, Scotland, and Miss Florence May McWhirtcr, only daughter of Mr. Andiew McWhirtcr, of Rozelle. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Dick enson, or triaiiesviuc. mo hall was prettily decorated by Sirs. T. Radcliffe (.aunt of tho bride) and a number of girl friends of the bride. Tho bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in white floral silk, richly trimmed with crcpon lace and orange blossoms, and carried a shower; bouquet, which, with, a pretty gold .. bangle, were the gifts ot* the bridegroom.' The bridesmaids were Miss Roberts, Migs Vipond,' and Miss Nellie McWhirtcr (cousin of tho -bride) who were dressed alike in cream figured silk . trimmed^Mtli' lacc, f anil' buttercup chiffon sashes, -and wore wreatiis of buttereupB j they also wore gold broaches, and.'carried shower ...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
THE ELECTIONS. The . .general elections . took place throughout the coloiiy; on Wednesday, For the 125 electorates there were 339' candidates ; of tlieso 111 were selected federal candidates, 81 were unselected .'federal 'cnnclicliitoi,' '? dl' purely federalists, . OO notnrltilnfofl' 54. in dependents, and 18 unclassified. There was more interest in tho election on Wednesday than for sometime, and the voting was fairly heavy. The Govern ment lost' three of its members ; Sydney Smith was defeated by Suttor by 106 votes, at Bathurst ; Uiglit beat Gould nt Singleton, and O'Connor bent Gar rard at Sherbrooke... Reid beat Barton by 761 to 651 ; Wise ' beat ' Btivisler by 966 to 961. Millen was only three yotes ahead at Bonrko late last night. Wil son beat Lonsdale at Armidalc, and A'. B. Piddington is. out of Tamworth. Terry beat Frank Farnell for Ryde, and Lyne scored d67 against Weisner's 167 for Tho Hume. Brunker had a narrow escape at East Maitland, polling 680 against 635 polled by...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
Brief Mention. Tenders fa' road work close on Tuesday next nt Bellinfen. The cheapest store to buy your drapery is F. T. Matthiws'.* ? The Land .[Board sits at Bellingen on August 11, 12, and 13. - - A young mm whs -fined- 10s. in Sydney for (hrnuMiior flnni'lnh nn nlr.elion mnntillL'. Go to F. T. .MATTHEWS'.1 You will find a lovely stock oj' dress materials for evening wear.* \ , „ F. T. Mattiews has opened a choice lot of' ladies' winter dresses in single dress lengths.' - | . ?. ? . Members of Mr.1 McLaughlin is committee meet at Tylor'j hotel, Bellingen, on Tuesday night n ex t7~ ? - ' Robt. J... Smith,' butcher, is a cash pur-: chassr of pigt and cattle, fats or stores, in large or small jots.* , Fernmouht easily beat Coff's Harbor at Fernmount; oi Saturday last, in, a . football match, by 16 joints to nil. Federation is the burning topic, and F. T. Matthews' big stock the topic of the Bellinger ladiis conversation.* The tial f-yeirly report of the Commercial Bank of Sydrfty sh...
THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
THE ROSEDALE. The Rosedale crossed into the Bollinger about mid-day on .Tuesday, with a large general cargo. Her passengers included Mrs. T. K. Radcliffe and Mrs. T. A. Barrett, Messrs. T. A. Barrett, Soppett, H. Bennett, senr.; and W. E. Bennett. The steamer left on Wednesday fnrSvdnov with !! n.'irfo which included 1407 bags of maize, 50 hides, 40 bags potatoes, 75 pigs, 20 cases eggs, GO cases .fruit, 24 cans cream, 9 coops poultry, etc. The passengers for Sydney were Mrs. Ward and Mrs. McDougall, Mr. J. Barrie and Mri Lipscombe.
BELLINGER HEADS EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
BELLINGER HEADS liVENT. A CONf!r,rn: and social dance will be held to-night (Friday) in the Bellinger Heads School ot A; is in aid of the' piano fund. A new piano has been procured for the institu tion and it must prove a great convenience' as well as a source of much enjoyment to visitors to the School of Arts. It is there fore to be hoped that the concert and ball to-night will be liberally patronised. Single tickets to admit to both concert and social are 2s. Gd., double tickets 3s. 6d.
PLENTY OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
PLENTY OF GOLD. Tiie North Boulder mine's crushing for the fortnight ended on Friday, July 15, was 3G1 tons of stone for 3GGoz. of gold, an average of 21dwt. An immense sensation was created at Kalgoorlie last week by a report that a nugget of gold weighing 1151bs. had been found, about three miles from Kanowna. The nugget is 15in. long, and contains lGSGoz; troy weight, and is worth £G500. Full par ticulars arc not available; On account. of ? its having been found on Sunday it has been christened the ' Sacred Nugget.' The pros pectors are three fishermen, who for some weeks post have beon bringing in fail' parcels of gold to Father Long, the Roman Catliolfc priest at Kanowna, for him to bank on their behalf. The nugget was carted in during the night and deposited with Father Long. Its weight is authentically certified as llolbs. avoirdupois. The lump is 15in. long and 5in wide, and was found on the surface of an alluvial patch near Lake Wynne, or Wind, three miles from Kanowna.
OUR NEW P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 July 1898
OUR NEW P.M. Mr. W. G. Burton SMITH, the newly appointed Police Magistrate for the Kempsey district, arrived at Kempsey last week, and wassubsequently welcomed to the district by the local magistrates, legal profession, and others. On Monday last Mr. Smith presided at the Bellingen Court for the first time. On tnkinr? his sent, he wns cnnrrntnlntcd on his appointmunt by Mr. H. A. Evnns, J.P., and Mr. C. McKenzie, solicitor, who welcomed bim to the district. Mr. Smith suitably re plied, and in so doing said the country here possessed very great natural beauty, and he was sure he would like the place. Before leaving ISalhurst for Kempsey, Mr. Smith was accorded a splendid public testimonial, in the shape of a valedictory and purse of sovereigns. Mr. Smith had been C.L'.S. at Bat-hurst for nearly twelve years. Ho is a young man of great ability, and is held in the highest esteem by the Justice Department as one of its best ofliccrs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
'??Rout.-J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser of plL'8 111 1- 1 cattle, fats or- stores, in large or small lots.*' The cheapest slux leather in New South Wales is Gillespie's bluchers, 7s. Oil., spot cash, at I'\ T. Matthews' bellingen Stoic.* £16001 £1600 1 WORTH OF WINTER GOODS ? NOW OPENED AT F.T. MATTHEWS' (Received per s.s. Indramayo, from London direct). THE PROPRIETOR of 'THE BELLINGEN STORE wishes to call the attention of the public to the Bargains he 1 is now opening in every line of DrapeT-y for the Winter Season, and would direct special attention to tho Cheap Lines of — ':. BLANKETS DRESS STUFF FLANNELS SERGES RUGS / SHEETINGS , QUILTS^ CALICOES FLANNELETTES TABLE DAMASKS ' TOWELS SHIRTINGS FUR- TRIMMINGS FANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS VELVET SILKS' j - FANCY SHOT SILKS ? ? ,: '1 ? LADIES' TRIMMED & UNTRIM IVIED HATS All the New and Fashionable Shapes. A Pretty Stock of New Flowers and Trimmings The Choicest ever, seen 011 the Bellinger. J LADIES' CLOUDS &...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. I — ' ? I CHAP PER XVI. 'I i)ON:T.kni-\v anything, imtl tliat is just what ti'i mblcs me,' Feo answered, 'bluntly. ?' But I linvo eyes, and I can see, unci Tony is as different from what lie used to lie ns chalk is from cheese. If yon ever come across him down here, Elizabeth,, I - wish ? yoitV: would UolK-him that he will break aunt 'Bertha's dearold heart if lie goes off /again for another two years, ns lie is miking of doing.' Elizabeth liad.no time, to oxyluin thnt slie was not likely to have tho chance of remonstrating 'with* Sir Antony, -even if: she felt justified in so doing, for Feo, as she made this1 request, flew off again in her energetic fashion. But she had i loft a thought behind her that worked unceasingly, if vaguely, in the girl's mind. The days that hail lately' gone by, laden- with such consoling influence for Elizabeth's saddened young heart, and that lifted her so surely .out: of the old gray path that she had imagined she was destined to- t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
BAIKYINOr and Maize-growing. For Suitable Farms apply li. II I'L'OH INS, Macksville. Small deposit'; balance in 10 equal yearly instalments.. Bowra Union Store. HAYING opened a General Cash Store in those large and commodious premises at Ilowra (opposite the li.G. Church) with a full' stock of Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, Stationery, cte., etc., I hope by strict atten- . tion to Husincss to merit a share of public 1 support. - Produce taken in exchange for goods ; highest prices given. I t'\ NOTLISY. The Raleigh Hotel. 'TTriLLIAM nusnurifj, having taken the , VV lialcigh Hotel at iialeigh, is prepared to supply the best accommodation, and the best Ales, -Wines, and Spirits. The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated, and customers can rely on.obtaining courtesy and attention. Good Stabling, etc. : i ' .WIIiLIAM ? IJUSHKLTj, ] ? Proprietor. To the .Public of the Nambucca River. 'TTfTIIlLST thanking my numerous friends VV ' and the public generally for the very 'liberal 'support accord...
A WELL-EARNED TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
A WELL-EARNED TRIBUTE. -On. Friday night last ' Captain aud i M rs.''Wbai(es, of Nambucca - Heads, were deservedly honored by the people of tho Nambucca, especially by those of the lowoivriver. About 50 Indies und gentle-, meir were present in the School of- Art's ?nt' tho/JIeads in the evening to witness a presentation to Captain and . Mrs. W unites. llie genial and esteemed captain: arrived at. Nambucca Heads. 24 years ago (in June, 1874) as pilot, and., lie litis been - there continuously over since, although lie was once or twice offered a very much . more i.nportant position in Sydney. ; On several ^occa sions Captain Whaites has distinguished himself i in time : of dangeivand on one oeeasion.(eigliLyeni'S'ago) lie was honored by the Royal Hniiiane Society. Me and two companions (Messrs. G. Beilby and B. Ivoster) .rendered , splendid service at the wreck of the Helena, Davis, .and saved two men's .lives, the - captain of the vessel nnd, -two other men being drowned. ,;For their...
Political Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Political Items. The only correction necessary in our list of members elected, as published last week, is that Newman, not Dalton, was elected for Orange, . - * * * * * * * *- Pyers, iQuinii, and Richards, recently elected, offer to resign in favor of Bar ton ; of course Barton would have to be electod by tho people,' but -hci woiild be certain of winning. * * * '* w * * * Ewing' beat Walker at Lismore by 591 to ;105 ; and yet there aro about 1700 names on Lismore electoral roll. At Grafton the final returns' gavo See 892, McGuren 531. * ' * * * * * * H. H. Brown the silent . member for Durham, in N.S.W. Assembly, for 25 successive years, was known as the great : political secret. He was boaten on July 27 by Beiuiett, ti Dungog journalist. :. * * * * - ' * ' * * *. Dr.. Marshall, who proposed to con test Raleigh, got 16 votes for Pyrmout, Carter 152, Dan.. O'Connor 383, and Sam. Smith (secretary to the Seamen's Union) GIG. Ill Fifaroy 'Chapman polled 815, John Norton 7G7, Tighe 5, L...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
THE MARKETS. On Thursday (yesterday), Messrs. Hill,- Clark, and C'. wired,— Tho, fat pig : market is very heavily supplied this week, prices remaining very firm for all descrip tions, with the exception of light porkers, and these have declined ; still results for all classes are highly satisfactory. We quote extra prime weighty back flitters at 50s.- to 60s., primo weighty baconors ?46s. to 48s.; good' heavy - 43s^ to- 45s., : good 38s. to .42s., light 30s. to. 3Gs., . henvy.:'porke'rs 24s7 to ^Ss.^godd' ^ls.' tc''~' 21s., others from lGs. to 20s. Wo have sold nearly 500, at exceedingly good prices. ' ? Messrs. John See and Co. wired yes terday,— Prime maize 2s. 2d. to 2s. 3d., fair demand, large proportion arriving very soft, and it would be advisable not to thresh till dry ; pigs, 4d. ; :becswnx - scarce,. Is. ; potatoes, easier ; ironbark spokes, 10s. to 12s. . The Farmers' Co-operative Company, Limited, wired yesterday, — Heavy sup plies of fat pigs forward, 1300 on Tues day, 7...
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
ANGLICAN. Saturday,- August fa — \Voodbcrry,-7 p.m. — Rev. C. E. Burgess. Sunday, August 7 — / Bowra, .11: a.m. — Rev. C. E.- Burgess. Fig Tree, 3 p.m. — . „ ?, Mac/isville, 7 p.m. — „ tI „ ? Bar.rieton,\ll a.m. — Mr. Harris- Walker. Fenimount', 3 p,m. — » » ? Bellingen; 7 p.m.— „ „ „ Monday, August 8 — Nambucca Heads , 7 p.m.—Rer. C. E. Burgess.
BELLINGER HEADS WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
BELLINGER HEADS WEDDING. A WEDDiNft which has been looked forward to with much interest was cele brated by tho Rov. C. E. Burgess (Anglican) at Bellinger Heads on Wed nesday afternoon last, August 3. The bride was Miss Mary Anne Ellis, eldest daughter of . Mr. and - . Mrs. Alfred Edward Ellis of Bellinger Heads ; and the bridegroom was Mr. .James Drum niond Leonard, only son . of Captain .John Leonard, of the pilot station nt Camden Haven1. Mr. Leonard is at pre sent assistant in the Lourioton post arid telegraph office. Great preparations had been uiado for the happy eventi and tho ? School of Arts had been nicely decor ated for the ceremony, by Mrs. T. K. Radcliffe, Misses Kirkwood (2), nnd Mr. C. Foulkes. Tho wedding took place about 4 o'cloek, the Rev. C. E. Burgess, assisted by Mr. Harris Walker, conducting the ceremony. .Tho young cotiplo were united beneath a large ' Wedding Bell'' tastefully made up' of greenery and bouquets by , Mr. Foulkes, the initials of the bride and br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Meeting at Bowra. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at Capp's Royal Hotel; Bowra, on Satur day (To-morrow), at 7.30 p.m., to discuss a proposal for the formation of. a Brass Band. All residents of the' district are invited to attend. Bellingen School of Arts. A GENERAL MEETING of Members of the Bellingen School of Arts will be held in the Reading Room on Wednesday, the 24th August, 1898, at 7.30 p.m. Business — Nomination and Election of Trustees. 0. MoKENZIE, Hon. Sec. Public Meeting. A PUBLIC 'M EETING will be held in Bellingen School of Arts at 8 o'clock on Saturday Night, August 27. (Good Moonlight). Business— To Form a Progress Committee. Residents from all parts of the River and Arms invited to discuss the matter, . Convened by request. DAVID ANDERSON. . G. S. BRINUlt. Legal. MR. J. R. BARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required, and may be consulted by letter. Medical. J. ZIEHLKE, MD., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily at bis D...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Sunlight Flashes. Through the Wire. Sydney, Thursday. Mr; Barton announced on Monday that ho had decided to accept the offer mode by Mr. Pyers to resign tho Rich mond seat. Mr. Pyers now says that ho will not resign ; ho would probably have done so had Mr. Barton's party i obtained tin absolute mojority nt the polls.- If Mr. Reid takes up federation in 'a determined spirit ho (Mr. Pycrs); will; support the Government. Mr. Pyers says that if lie Jiad resignod in favor of Mr. Burton, tho latter would be opposed by a local man. , Mr. Goodwin, M. P. for Gunnedoh, is said to hove offered to resign in favor of Mr. 11. E. O'Connor. ::: In South; .'Australian' Parliament a motion Tor a conference on tho question of intercolonial freetrado has been de feated. In tho Victorian Assembly the ono man-onc-vote bill has passed its second reading. The weather continues', heavy along the coast from Adelaide, and snow storms are reported' from the country districts. ... . A young, married man named M...