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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Brief Mention. I Barricton provisional school is to be a public school in future. The cheapest store to buy your drapery is F. T. Matthews'.'' A money-order office is to be established at Bellinger Heads on October 1. Royal assent to the Alien Immigration Restriction Bill has beeu received by cable. Go. to F. T. Matthews'. You will find a lovely stock of dress materials for evening wear.* . Sir Joseph Abbott hns been' advised by his doctor not to take further nctive part in politics. F. T. Matthews htis ope'rfed a choice' lot of - ladies' winter dresses in single 'dress, lengths.* Leader and some correspondence, also Mr' McLaughlin's 'Thanks to Electors,' crowded out this week. .. Robt. J. Smith, butcher,! is a cash pur chaser of pigs: and cattle, fats or stores, in large or smnll lots.* .An effort is being made by the Little North Arm residents to liavo a provisional Bchool established at Gleniffer. Oh Friday Inst 25 tons of onions from the hilly districts of India reached Sydney, ...
THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
THE ROSEDALE. The Rosedale crossed in from Sydney on Wednesday evening and left again for Sydney yesterday. ' The steamer brought 20 tons of general cargo, and her passengers from Sydney were Mrs. Croke and Miss Dodds. The cargo for Sydney included 1450 bags of moize, -20 cases of eggs, G coops poultry, 30 cases fruit, 15 pigs, 30 hides etc. The pas sengers for Sydney included Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard. ? . ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
The NOTED FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT OF SYDNEY NOTED FOR THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF GOODS. NOTED FOR REASONABLE PRICES CONSISTENT WITH RE LIABLE FURNITURE. NOTED FOR IMMENSE STOCK DISPLAYED IN 30 SHOWROOMS, AXD NOTED FOR FAIR DEALING— ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL AND COMPANY ron FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM) BEDSTEADS & BEDDING, ? . and General Furnishing for House or Hotel. Hall's Estimates nnd Designs Free. Hall's New Illustrated Fnrnisliing Guide for 1898, post free. Hall's Pack Country Orders Free. , A. HALL AND COMPANY, . The Universal House Furnishers, 56.1, ?563, 565, 567 GEORGE STREET, BRICKFIELD IIILL, SYDNEY
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
'? STEAM TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Routs. The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the ?favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. TpHE s.s. Excelsior leaves Coil's Harbor _L Jetty every Sunday morning,' at 9 a.m., i anil leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wolluinbin 'also' calls as required. Both steamers have cold storage of most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now Riven to the dairying industries 'throughout' Hlic ilistriot. Tli o Excelsior is electric-lighted throughout, and has superior accommodation for passengers. Steward.and stewardess, ami ladies' cabins nnd other state rooms on 'deck. , Fares between Coil's Harbor nnd Sydney — Cabin, single £1' 10s., return £2 10s ; J Steerage £1. ? (?- For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel. Coif's Harbor, or to' GEO. W. KICOLL, a Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., bydncy. I The North Coast f— STEAM ? NAVIGATION - CO., | ; LIMITED. : I r~l'MIE favorite s.s. ROSEDAJjE will make 1 fr...
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
? llOJtAN CJATHOLIC. ? : ' Sunday, .August 7 — ? Coramba (Townscnd's hall), 11 a.m.— Rev. JP. W. Ahem. Upper Bucea, 7 p.m. — Rev. V. IK. Ahem. Monday, August 8 — Karangi (school instructions).— Rev. JP, ? Hi. A /tern. Tuesday, August 9 — Upper' Orara (Mr. John O'Neill's), 9 a.m. — Rev. P. W;. Ahem. p. r :-;..?
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Church Services. - WI3SLEVAN. j Sunday, August 7 — ??A'eeer' Sifter, '11 g.m.—Ri'i\ A. Graham. Bellingen, 3 -p.m. — „ V, ' iV Bellinger Heads, 7 p.m .— ? Gicnijf'cr, 3 p.m. — Mr. Ii. Joyce. Saturday, August 13 — ' Coff's' Harbor, 7 p.m. — Rev.: A. Graham. Sunday, August 14 — Orara, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Upper Bitcca, 3 p.m.— „ „ Cora in ba, 7 p.m. — „ ,, Never Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. B. Joyce, Bellingen, fp.m. — Mr.. A. A. Nelson. Monday, August 15 — Nana Glen, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Tuesday, August 10 — . Lower Bitcca, 7 p.m. — Rev. A.. .Graham.
TENDERS FOR ROADWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
TENDERS FOR ROADWORK. AT Bellingen on Tuesday last, 120 tenders for 23 contracts for road work were opened. The total amount oE the lowest tendcis was £1969 13s. 8d., while the total of the highest was £331S '13s. The lowest and highest tenders Were ns follows, — Contract 2.— Between Bellingen and Bowra, four tenders ; lowest, Bradley and Davis, £98 2s.,; .highest, £327 10s. Contract 3.— Between Bellingen nnd Bowra, eight tenders ; lowest-, J. R. Bradley, £88 lGs. ; highest, £134 lGs. Contract 4.4— Retwecn Bowra and Congnrini, eight tenders ; lowest, J. Wilkinson, £G3 ; highest, £S0 5s. . Contract 5.— Bowra to Upper North Arm, five tenders ; lowest, W. Gore, £98 12s. lid. ; highest, £185 19s. Contract G;^Co:ist Road to Sullivan's, seven tenders ; loivest, J. R. Bradley, £131 6s. '3d: ; highest, £251 13s. oil. Contract 7,-^McKay's to Smith's, North Arm, nine tenders; lowest, J. H. Bradley, £51 Is. 3d. ;. highest, £92 12s, Oil. ' Contract 8.— Cedar Creek to Nambucca Heads, eight tende...
DEATH OF MR. W. D. HIGGINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
DEATH OF MR. W. D. HIGGINS. A genuine feeling of sorrow beenmo universal when the news of the death of Mr. Walter Darwin' I-Iiggiiis, at Bellinger Heads, became known throughout' these districts on Monday last. Mr. Higgins had been Govern ment inspector of the harbor works -at the Heads for neatly five years. Everybody knew him, and everybody liked him. Young nnd old, good and bad, rich and poor, all had a kindly .vord for the man who was affection ately and familiarly known as 'old Higgins. Free and: open-hearted, '' lie ' was popular wherever lie went, and in the cricket field lie was a' spceiid favorite. Mr. Higgnis had suf fered £rom;j a bad cold nnd cpugh , for some weeks, bill; only took to his bed when abso lutely compelled to do so, about eleven days before he died. His lungs became affected, and, though Dr. W. A. Kelly Was called in late, ami all that medical aid could do was done, it was hopeless almost from the first, and Mr. Iliggins died at about 8 o'clock on Monday mor...
BELLINGEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
BELLINGEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. The meeting called for Wednesday night, in the- School of Arts, to take some action with regard to. the appointment of trustees, was attended by about a dozen members, and tho president, Mr. G. J. Henderson,. occupied' the chair. The secretary, Mr. C. McKenzie, said the meeting had been called without his authority. Fourteen clays notice must be given or any meeting to appoint trustees, and as the matter had been taken out of his hands, after he had taken action to have the business attended to in due form, he tendered his resignation. As the meeting turned out to be informal, it lapsed ; but a committee meeting was held, at which Mr. Henderson explained that he and Mr. Abbott were re sponsible for calling the meeting. Mr. Hen derson tendered his apology to Mr. McKenzie, nnd said he had not 'intended any affront. Mr. Abbott said he had only acted iu what he thought to be the best interests of the society, and he had first consulted Mr. Hen derson, This matt...
WEDDING AT SOUTH ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
WEDDING AT SOUTH ARM. An interesting wedding was celebrated at Upper South Arm, near Bellingen, on Wed nesday afternoon, at ' Hill Crest' the resi dence of Mr. and M-'s. Philip Moody. The bride was Miss Ethel ? Moody, second daughter of Mr. Philip Moody ; Mr. Percy Arnold Jay, third son of Mr. arid: Mrs'. John Jay,,'oE South .Arm was bridegroopil The1 Rev. T. D. Evans (Presbyterian) performed the necessary ceremonies, about 70 guests beiug present to witness the happy event. The bride was given away by her father, and tho bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Walter M, Jay. There were two brides-' .maids, Miss Lydia Moody (s'sterof the bride), and Grace Moody (niece). At the usual spread after the ceremony, about 70 guests sat down and the customary toasts were duly honored. The guests were afterwards en tertained for a couple of hours, and a plea sant evening was spent. The newly-married couple went to their new home on the Upper South Arm. The bride's dress was of pale blue ...
BCWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
BCWRA PROGRESS OOMMITTEE. AT a meeting of the Bowra Progress Com mittee on Saturday night Inst, July 30, Mr. W. F. Sullivan presided, and the minutes of a previous meeting were adopted. Tho fol lowing correspondence was received : — From the Public Works department stating that. £150 had been granted for road deviation on the Upper South Arm, n siuiilar sum for the Upper North Arm, nnd £55 for improving Grace's road. The Department of Lands wrote, stating that Messrs. P. Lainph arid A. Graham' hadi^eeu - appointed trustees:; for l-iowra ' Reorcatibn Reserve. - M r. Crouch wrote itliut the clearing away of rubbish from Brouggy's .bridge would be attended to, and that. mile posts would be erected as' soon ns possible,; ont the, different roads in the dis trict j, also^j.hat .inquiries would be tnade re ri footb'ridge^$Grfissy Crossing, and It would be erected if necessary. The secretary was then instructed to ask Mr. Crouch — To have the road completed along the north bnnk from Maeksj...
BELLINGER HEADS ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
BELLINGER HEADS ENTERTAIN MENT. The concert nnd social held in the Bellin ger Heads School of Arts on Friday evening last was an immense success iu every way. The members had worked hard to get up a good entertainment, and put the hall and stage into a suitable condition for the even ing ; and their efforts were rewarded by a full arid appreciative house. A pianoforte trio by tho Misses Ellis opened the enter tainment, and they were followed by Mr. Lindman with tho song ' Shipwrecked,' iu good style. Mrs. Martin of Nambucca Heads gave two very acceptable items in 'The Vision' and 'Dear Heart,' while a duet 'Bitter Sweet' by 'Mrs. Davics and Miss Haffenden of Bellingen was vory well ren dered. The latter latjy also sang two solos' In Old Madrid' and 'Spangles,' each being received with rounds of applause. Miss Kirkwood sang ' Eternity' were nicely, and Mr. It. S. McDougall wis hea d to advantage in 'The Skipper nnd his Boy.' One of the most enjoyable items of the evening was an actio...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
' 1 j PRESBYTERIAN. ^ - - . ' On Tuesday afternoon last, August 2, in the Presbyterian Church'. at Bellingen, the ladies of tlic-congregations of : the: Bellinger met to.piesent the Rev. T:J).; Evans with n handsome silk iinw'n,' Mr. Evnns was quite taken by surprise when Mr. G. J. Henderson, on behalf of the ladies, explained the object of the meeting. Mrs. John. MeFadyen senr., on behalf of the donors, robed Mr. Evans nnd asked him to accept the gift, as a small token of their, esteem, Mr. Rvans -having suitably replied refreshments were handed round and all present forgot the shortcomings of their Minister in the hnppitiiiess of the moment. Tho gown, which is of very elegant design, rich material, nnd perfect ninko,'wusobtained from the well-known gown nnd robe-making firm, Howat and McPhail, Sydnoy.
SERIOUS ADCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
SERIOUS ADCIDENT. Mu. W. Hammond, late of the St.. Austell Photographic Coy., was thrown from his horse on the beach near Boambi last week. His foot became fast in the stirrup , and the horse dragged him about 30 yards before the stirrup leather broke. On being picked up by his' companions ' (Messrs. A. Best, F. Stnidfc.' ti'nd J.'Bttvis)'it Was found tliatV the horse had kicked hiiri over the loft eye and oausedva\nasty: wound,, the bone being / laid bare. - Mr. Hammond was conveyed to ;Mrs. .las. Gill's at Coff's Harbor, by Mr. J. J: Farrell, and Mrs. Gill having dressed - the wound the patient was taken to Upper Bucca .'for medical treatment. Mr. Hammond had a narrow escape from a terrible death.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
| CHURCH OF ENGLAND. | | Tiib Venerable Archdeacon Moxon, of Grafton, visited the Bellinger on Sunday. He was met at Coff's Harbor on Thursday last by the Rev. C. E. Burgess, and service was held at the Harbor at 7 p.m. On the following afternoon, at 3.30, service was held in Smith's hall at East Raleigh, and on Satur day .afternoon the Archdeacon met the par ishioners at a reception held by the Rev. C. ? E. and Mrs. Burgess at Fernmount. On Sun day, at 11 n.m., the Archdeacon celebrated Holy Communion in St. Margaret's, Bellin gen, and held services at Bellinger Meads in the afternoon nnd (it Fernmount in the even ing. There were 45 communicants at these services, and the, congregations were all very large. The Rev. C. E. Burgess and Mr. Harris- Walker assisted in the services, rind ihe choirs rendered much help. On Monday the Archdeacon formally, opened the new church at Coramba known as St. Paul's, nnd preached for the first time in the new build ing at 7.30. The Hev. Mr.. Dodd, ...
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
Echoes. I By The Pir.oniM. Anything in - this . column .is not necessarily identified with the policy o£ the paper. A Roman Catholic Bishop in France has starved himself to dcatlijiluedording to' French newspapers, because. the con tinuous qtlal'rUlling and- -dissension be tween'tho churchmen 'niid 'paitsliioners broke his heart. ? '.-Poor; old Bishop. ... * * * *'*?.,* # 1 *- * ? ' They've raked -in- n : pretty: tough looking lot this , morning, -haven't tltey ?'' said the stranger to -tho.; reporter in the police courti ' Yo'u'rb looking at the wrong lot,' \Vas the -reply.' ?' Those nro not prisoners ; they nro lawyers.' i. -; * * * * * * Wiikn Mr. Gladstone's remains wore laid to rest recently, a wealthy ndmjrcr. of the demised 1 stntosinau .placed; upoiii the colIin some earth::'from - the isacred; garden of Gethsnniahoi;, a ,:great- iand solemn tribute to the memory of , tho man who iu his lust days lifted 'Up his -.voice,' on bchalf of the persecuted christian's in America. , ...
A SMASH UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
A SMASH UP. I On. Thursday, las! week, Sir. F. Notley, storekeeper at Madksville, had t( 'smash tip' on Taylor's Arm. While waiting for a cus tomer, he left his horses nnd van on top of a hill near Mr. Joseph Reibel's, and walked some distance away. The horses started off ' on their own,' nnd made the pace hot until, after going about 500 yards, they ran the van against a stump. The vehicle turned a com piece sotnersnuit, ana uie store gouus new in all directions. Nearly 100 dozen eggs were smashed, and the van was completely wrecked. The horses gpt free before Mr. N'otley could reach them,. nnd they went off for two miles before being pulled up by Mr. F. Kuhlwein. Mr. Notley's loss is a serious one to him.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 5 August 1898
IN MEMORIAM. . Bennett. — In loving memory-of our dear husband and father, Frederick Bennett, &nbsp; died July 28, 1895, at Bellingen, aged 68. Just three years ago to-day Since our dear father was called away ; Long days and nights he bore his pain, &nbsp; &nbsp; To look for cure was all in vain ; , But God above, who knoweth best, Did ease his pain, and gave him rest. Inserted by his loving;wife and children. IN MEMORIAM; Martin. — In loving remembrance of my dear son, Cristy, who departed this life at Marx Ilili; Feriimourit, on August 5, 1897. You are not forgotten, Cristy dear, ' '' Nor will you ever be ; As long as life and memory Inst We will remember thee. Inserted by his affectionate mother, Mrs. M. Martin. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S0S.
WOOLGOOLGA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898
WOOLGOOL.GA CRICKET CLUB. ? During last season (1897-8), . the Woolgoolga Cricket Club played 18 matches, winning 15 and; losing 3, a very fina record; The aggregate num _ber of runs scored against nil other teams 'was 2010 for 287 wickets, nn avorage per wicket of . 7 ; the total scored against the club by all other teams was 1398 for 301 wickots, an average of J.-.C per wicket. Wotherspoon won both bowling and batting averages, his figures reading remarkably well. . The balance-sheet for tlio season showed receipts £7 l'ls. 8(1. and expenditure £7 4s. !)d., leaving a 'credit: bulanco of 9s. lid. The prin cipal batting and bowling. avcragos for tho geason' are as follow, — ? s i * o w . Batsman. . . q. ^ cJ. 1 '? '= J 8 1 2 '5 S S .SP g ? ^ ». _h ? s ? -_ '? A. R. AVothei'spoon 31 : 514 ? G 09* 20-5 B. Shoob'oi'f 'v. ?? ... j7fi; -0 - 35 18*7 Geo. Yonntter- ...' 10 li!9 2 . 23 9'9 Wm. Peiusou .... '1 27 1 16 9-0 A. Brewer... ... 0. '17 0 13 7*8 IT. Rulleii ... .13 88 ] 20? 7'3 A. C...