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BELLINGER HEADS SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

BELLINGER HEADS SCHOOL \ OF ARTS. At a committee meeting helil last Saturday night the treasurer's monthly statement showed that on payment of the Government subsidy this month, the institution will have paid for its piano, and will be out of debt. A meeting is to be held next Monday night when a debating club is to be formed in con nection with the institution. Tenders are called in this issue for additions to the building. ? ?

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

SICKNESS. Sickness has been prevalent throughout the Bellinger and adjacent districts, during the last few weeks. Influenza in a severe form has attacked many, and Dr. W. A. Kelly nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hicks have been kept busy with patients, especially on the lower river. Mr. and Sirs. W. H. Grant lost an infantdaughter, five monthsold, on Satur day night. The little one died after a severe illness, and was buried on Sunday.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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MEDICAL MAN FOR THE BELLINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

MEDICAL MAN FOR THE . . BELLINGER ? — : DR. W. A; Kelly, who recently practised in Kempsey, and who is at present medical officer for the A.M.P. Society, has stated his -willingness to take up practice on the Bellin ger, if sufficient inducement be held out to bim. A public meeting to discuss the matter, and to arrange for retaining his services here, Will UCIU 111 ClJi/ UlrfUUUl Ut AILS on Saturday af fcernoon, Augusb 20. Dr. Kelly is already well and popularly known in the district as ayonngman of greatability. He is also, beyond doubt, well-qualified, holding s the degrees of Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland), Licen tiate of the King's and Queen's Colleges of Physicians (Ireland), and Licentiate of Mid wifery: (Coombe Hospital, Dublin). There should be no difficulty in establishing a good retention fund to secure Dr. Kelly's services

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DRAUGHTS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

DRAUGHTS TOURNAMENT. A draughts tournament in connection with the Bellingen School of Arts was com pleted last week. The first round resulted as follows :— G. O. Hammond beat F. Smythe, G. E. Abbott beat C. Williams, Rev. T. D. Evans beat S. J. Piggott, G. J. Henderson beat James Donnelly, James Richardson beat James Johnsen, W. E. Best beat W. W. Wilcnn FT P Rnl v liont: W A .Tnlmifnn In the second round Baly fell out, and the results .were : — Henderson beat Richardson, Best beat Abbott, Hammond beat Evans. In the third round Henderson beat Best and Hammond had a bye. Henderson beat Hammond in the final.

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Local Interest. OUR SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

Local Interest. OUR SHIPPING. The Euroka crossed into the Bollinger on Sunday' last, and left again the same day for the Macleay, to tranship freight. The Eur oka was barbound at the Nambucca on Wed nesday, but is expcctcd in the Bellinger again to-day. The ltosedale is not expected here until next week. Neglect of this river and the Nambucca appears to be growing once more. -

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

Minorities are not supposed to he represented in parliament under' our system of responsible government. These nvo the days when majorities are expected to rule, and the time has not yet come in which the rights of minorities must be respected and recognised in our legisla tive system. Until that day 'come there should be some means or preventing a man from being elected to parliament by a minority , of the voters in his elector ate. At the late, elections ninny men on both side3 of- the House were retvirned'os. minority representatives through the splitting of votes. This has been always a feature of elections in -most English-speaking countries, and it is lime something was done to amend thelaw on the matter. A second ballot might be sufficient ; if not a third ballot, or even a fourth would easily 'ensure' that the man finally returned would bo the elect - of- the majority. In. France, and other countries they have a national method of: dealing with the matter, which declares tha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

Federation may bo all right, but whon you arc travelling and want a good comfortable home, go to Egan's West Kempsey Hotel. You get the best of everything there.*

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PUBLIC MATTERS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

I PUBLIC MATTERS OF INTEREST. Mil. MoLAUGIililN, M.P., has been, in formed — ' That £540 has been put on the estimates for a bridge over the Orara River, at Sbarpe's Crossing, road Kelly's to Moonee ; that A. E. iillis, J. W. Stone, A. McLachlan, T. Radclifl'c and the late W. D. Eugins were, on July 23, gazetted trustees of Urunga re creation reserve ; that £30 has been granted for restoring old works on the first four miles of the road from Mole Creek to Glenrcagh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

A GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT WIIJj ItE TFNDEIIED TO MRS. PATTERSON, w'^7THTELBAso»rEV IN MOODY'S HALL, BELLINGEN, ON FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2. Admission — Reserved Chairs, .3s.; Front Seats, 2s.; Back Seats, Is. Full Programme next issue. G. J. HENDERSON ) Joint W.T.CAMPBELL j Hon. Sees. Bellingen School of Arts. AGUNKRAL MEETING of Members of the Uellingen School oE Ai ls will be held in the Heading ltoom on Wednesday, the 24th August, 1898, nt 7.30 p.m. business — Nomination and Election of Trustees. O. McKIiNZIE, Hon. See. , Bellingen Cricket Club. r I iHE Annual General Meeting of the Bel _L lingen Cricket Club will be held in the Bellingen School of Arts at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, August 10. Intending members invited to attend, liusiness — To adopt the annual report and balance-sheet, election of ollicers, etc. ? ? , - , . - G. J. HENDERSON, : Hon. Sec. Public Meeting. j A PUBLIC MEETING will bo held in /~\ . Bellingen School of Arts at 8 o'clock on Saturday Night, August 27. (G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

IE you want pretty furor beaded liiinmings |{0 to I''. T. Mattii kws.*,. Sandisii and Son's .JiuOAiiYi'Ti. Extract. According to reports -ot-a fireat nuaiber of phvsieians of the highest professional staml in-r,' there are offered ISiiealypti Kxtraets whinh possesses no curative qualities. Til protection of the world-wide fame of , San- niiit and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from these reports, -.which bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in, other I products Dr. ;\V. B. ltush; Oakland,' Flu., writes : ' It is' sometimes, difficult/ to ^-obtain I 'the f?enuiiie article (Sandish. and ' Sons').; TcmployCd different other preparationa-; they had mi therapeutic value and no effects. In One case the elfects were similar to . the oil camphora, the objectioiinhle action of which is well l:ii(iwnV'' Or. IT. R. l.DrTike, Povll.'ind, Oregon, aays ' Since f became acquainted with this preparation (Sandhu and t-'ONS') I use no other form of eucalyptus, as I .think it is...

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XVII. ' Richard is clovcr nnd fascinating, but he is too clever and too great nil egotist to be a good husband for: ony woman ; and to a girl liko.Elizobeth such a marriage would have been disas trous.' ' ; 1 Miss Peile had .said this,\to Jiersolf whenever she had thought, of 'tho matter, and she said it again now riiore emphat ically. Elizabeth that day had appeared more youthful and beautiful as seen in the sunshine in her white frock and hrond straw- hat ; to mate her even in imagination with Richard Savjlle was i simply impossible. ' I expect Feo will take her in hand in a little while. She is exercising far more wisdom and patience ? than I- ever gave her credit -for ; . but she sees the: value now of ' lotting Mrs. Procter's! infliicnco remain undisturbed. If. the. truth-could be told, I dare say Feo 'has - a husband already in her mind's eye for little Elizabeth. Her matrimonial plans for my future having failed so hopeless ly,' Bertha Peile said t...

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

Echoes. By The PaoniM. Anytliing in this column is not necessarily identified with the policy of the paper. Foiity brigands have carried o(T the Turkish Sultan's sister, and soldiers are out to the rescue. Reads like the tale of Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Another victim of careless use of fire. Hilda Patton, aged three years, of Wellington, has been biltMied to death tn rough her clothes catching fire. How many martyrs to neglect are there in one year in this colony alone 7 ****** ** The United States of America must have war-ships according to law. First class vessels must bo named after States, second-class after rivers, third-class after principal cities and towns, and fourth class vessels have names given them by the President. ******* * Two boys, Ftinnell and Lilley, locked i up at Coolamoti, near Junce, burned a hole in the lockup door and got out. They had not been caught at time of writing, and hud been loose for some days'. They were arrested in tho first: place for st...

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LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 12 August 1898

LAND APPLICATIONS. LAST week George Thomas Ballard applied for an A.C.P. of 40 acres at Argent's Hill, and yesterday the following applications were lodged, — Adam Menzies, homestead selection, block 16, of 127 acres, Dorrigo ; William Simpson, jun., similar blocks 27 and 28, of 166 acres, Dorrigo ; Robert James Ferrett, A.C.P. of 57¼ acres, parish of Coff, once held by J. D. Stuart as a C.P., being portion 77.

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XVIII. ; :| ' Do you realise that you are in fairy land ? ' sho asked him, laughing in her sli'y sweet manner as they emerged from the house, He looked ink) her eyes, and his gazo seenicd to hold her spellbound. The joy that ran riot, albeit so unconsciously, in Elizabeth's heart broko into (lame in his ' It is not fairyland, ''Elizabeth,' lie said, unsteadily — ' it: Js heaven, lierejn. your home.' Lady Feo was busy., with- the tea-pot. ' I am not waiting to ask anybody's permission before ! pour out tea. Eliza beth, must one bo acquainted with any body; for. sovoji , years, before .one-pours ? out- teti, ao yo'ii kiibw'? 'Tbny'j Mis 'this child told ' 'you that she 'is coming to night? Of course' I dont'. believe her ; I shan't believe it , until I see hor arrive in all her glory,'' /' ' You lu'e. very. rash to insist on my.' coming at '?all',' 'Feb,'- Elizabeth said;-' hurriedly, conscious that her voice was thrilling witlvsome' new stfange.'sweet infl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

TO THE REIDENTS OF THE BELLINGER AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. A. & H. ELLIS, BELLINGER HEADS. WHILE thanking yon for the patron age so liberally bestowed upon us since we commenced Business on the Bellinger, yon must not think that we are satisfied. We want to increase our Business, and to attain this object we. find it necessary to bring ourselves more prominently before you. .'In these go ahead days, when every one advertises, we must resort to the same means. -We are not Importers, ^neither, have we got the Largest Stock -iir the^worlij.,;, but. we have', facilities which will,,, outweigh .all these. We pny CASIT for all we buy ; but what does that signify^ to you ? What troubles you is, 'What price do we sell at ?' Pricos fluctuate very much. The price of an article to-dny may not be the price to-morrow. It may be lower— it .may be higher. Therefore we invite you to either come personally or write, and we shall always be' pleased to quote you for any article— whether we ha...

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THE BELLINGEN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

THE BELLINGEN CRICKET CLUB. The annual general meeting of mem- J bers of the Bellingen Cricket Club was held in the reading room at the School of Arts on Tuesday night. There was a fair attendance, and Mr. H. P. Baly (vice-president) occupied the chair. Mr. G. J. Henderson, president of the club, and secretary during the latter part of the season, submitted the reportisand balance-sheet. The report showsd: that during the season tho club played 18 matches, of which 10 were won, 7 lost, and 1 was drawn. The trophy (a bat by Mr. H. P. Baly) for highest batting average was won by Mr. H. W. Hamil ton with 14-7, Mr. G. S. Briner being second with 13, Mr. G. Wills third with 9'7, Mr. A. G. Apsey fourth with 9*1, and Messrs. H. P. Baly and W. M. Jay equal for fifth place with 9 each. Mr. Hamilton also won Mr. Lowenthal's trophy for best bowling awerage with 7-4, Mr. E. F. Crouch being close up with 8-3. Mr. Crouch took most wickets during the season. Messrs. A. Pitman and E. R. Davis had t...

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A MACKSVILLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

A MACKSVILLE CASE. In Sydney Full Court last week Mr. B. R. Wise appeared on behalf of the ex-Sheriff (Mr. Charles Cowper) to ask for a new trial in the case of Field v. Cowper. It appeared that in 1894 Mr. Cowper was sheriff and Richard Field was (and is) a farmer at' ' Gumma Gumma, near Macksville. In 1894 an execution for debt was granted in the case of Small v. Buekman. The latter is a son-in-law of j Field's, and at the time of the execution lived on Field's pre mises with him. Mr. Winde3'er (baliif at Port Macquarie) entered Field's pre mises and refused to go out until paid £30 Is. on Buckman's behalf. Cowper was retired from tlio Service in 1895 or 1896, and in March last Field sued him for damages for trespass and for wrong ful execution ; it was held that Cowpor, though no longer sheriff, was still per sonally liable for any wrong act com mitted by his subordinate officer (Windeyer) while he (Cowper) was in office. Mr. Justice Stephen and a jury of four hoard the case and ...

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NAMBUCCA HEADS ACCIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

NAMBUCCA HEADS ACCI DENT SOCIETY. The annual meeting of tho above was held on Monday, August 8, Mr. E. Ellis (president) in tho chair. After some minor bnsiness had been trans acted the secretary (Mr. J. G. Myers) and the treasurer (Captain Whaites) presented the report and balance-sheet. showing the Society to be in a flourish ing condition. The report and balance sheet were unanimously adopted, and hearty votes of thanks were accorded Mr. Myers and Captain Whaites for the zeal and ability displayed by them during the year. Both gentlemen res ponded. Messrs E. Ellis, J. G. Myers, and Captain Whaites were unanimously re-elected to the respective offices of president, secretary, and treasurer. The report and balance-sheet adopted were as follows : — Ladies and Gentlemen, — We have much pleasure in presenting to you our annual re port of the Nambuoca Heads Accident Society for the year 1897-98. On Friday, August 5, a meeting was con vened for the purpose of forming an Accident Society...

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PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, August 21- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

? PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, August 21 — North Arm, 11 a.vi. — Bev. T. D. Eians. . . Fernmount, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ v Bellinger Heads, 7 p.m. — „ „ ,, Upper 'Taylor's Arm, 10 a.m. — Bev. W. H. Marshall. . Macksville, 7 p.m. — Be v. W. H. Marshall. Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Sir. D. Mog/ord

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ANGLICAN. Saturday, August 20- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 19 August 1898

ANGLICAN. Saturday, August 20 — . Coff's Harbor (J/r. Gill's ), 7 p.m. — Bev. C. E. Burgess. Sunday, August 21 — ' Coramba, 11 a.m. — Bev. C. 12. Burgess. Upper ltueea;3 p.m. — „ „ ,, Coramba, 7 p.m. — . „ ,, ? Bellinger Heads, 11 a.m.— Mr. Harriss Wallter. ... Fernmount, 3 p.m. — Mr. Harriss- Walker. Bellingen, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ . j

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