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NORTH ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

NORTH ARM. ? The North Arm Progress Comniitteo held its monthly meeting at Gleniffer on Saturday last, August 27. After the . minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, correspondence was read and received from Mr. John McLaughlin, M.P., re Bonville road, stating that he would endeavor to obtain the sum applied for (£200) to complete the road as early as practicable ; also from the Under-Secretary of Public Works, stating that the petition re tlie matter had been received, and that a further communication would be for warded. A letter from Mr. Crouch, re Gordonville road, was read and received. ? The following resolutions were proposed, ? seconded, and carried, — 'That Mr. ? Crouch be asked to keep a maintenance ; niflii permanently on Gleniffer and Gor donville roads, for the purpose of re i -pairs ' ; ' that the editor of .The Son, r be written to, and asked to meet Mr. M. ? McFadyen, to see the Bonville road, .so as to obtain a report in the Press on the subject...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESS COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

PROGRESS COMMITTEES. The various Progress Committees throughout tlie district appear to be actively organising for the accomplish ment of local wants. Each centre should have its committee or some such united body, so that when a request is made to the Government it may have the weight given by a united and unanimous body of taxpayers. Following are tho reports which have reached us of meetings held last week, — dorrigo. A largely attended meeting of the Dorri.,-o Progress Committee was held oil August 27, the president in the chair. Tlie minutes of tlie previous meeting were read and confirmed. Amongst the correspondence received was u letter froin Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., notifying tho committee that tenders had been called for the erection of Rocky Creek bridge. Mr. Jas. Edwards moved,—' That the secretary communicate with the different centres interested in the proposed Guyra Grafton railway line, with a view of obtaining information as to their future action in regard to the matta...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

PRESBYTERIAN . Sunday, September 4— . Upper Orara, It a.m. — Jiev. T. D, Evans. Karangi, 1 2-.m.— ,, „ ,- Coramba, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Re c. IK.' II. Marshall. Macksville, 7 p.m.— Rev. IK. It. Marshall.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

THE MARKETS. Y issTBiwM v (Thursday), Messrs, ((ill, Clark, and Co, wired, —The fat pig market was lightly supplied yesterday, prices remaining very i Inn nt last Fri day's quotations. Prime heavy baeoners are iu excellent demand and selling well to good competition, with encouraging prospects, We quote extra prime weighty baconers «t 47s, to Sis, good heavy 83s, to -his,, good B7s, to 'lis,, light 27s, to 34s,, best heavy porkers tih, to 2ib,, good l!)s, to 22s „ others from IDs, U- I !)s,, according quality, We sold over «00, , , Tlie Farmers' Co-operative Company, Limited, wired yesterday, -^-Prlmo fat pigs remain very firm, intercolonial buyers operating very freely ; tve quote prime baconers to good to ,Ws„ Hyhl S) On,, est lmyy porkers 80s,, good 'Ms, to 24$, Prim are higher for good quality fat calves, The m/u'jw market Js firm, at Us, (id. %gs, to 0]}d, j *

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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ANGLICAN.. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

? , ANGLICAN. Sunday, September 4— Fernmouat, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris-Walker. Raleigh, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Bellingen, 7 p.m.— ,, . „ „ Sunday, September 11 — Bellinger Hds., 11 a.m.—Rev.C.E.Biirgess. Fernmount, 3 p.m. — . „ . ,, „ Bellingen, 7 p.m. — „ ? „ . „ Coramba, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris-Walker, Upper Bucca, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Coramba, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ Monday, September 12 — Coff's Harbor (.Mr. Gill's ), 7 p.m.— Mr. Harris- Walker.

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FOR HIS FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

FOR HW FRIEND, At the Glebe Folice Court last week, before Mr. ISdwards, B,M,, a charge was preferred against a youth named Charles Winter of discharging fire-arms in Iron Crack-road, Five Dock, on SuiuUy the 7th install!. When the case was sailed a youth bearing a strong resomb anno to tho defendant answered the charge, On being asked how he pleaded he ' replied ' Guilty,' and exnlnined that he did not know the law, Constable Walker who had charge of the ease, looked at the lad keenly, but any suspicions the officer may have had as to the Identity wore allayed by the youth's plea of ' g'lilty.' The boy had on a change of clothing; the congtablftlthoiighl jthat this accounted for the slight difference in appearance, The magistrate imposed a One of -Ills,, together with costs, or im prisonment in the cells till 0 p,ni, How ever the constable was not altogether satisfied, and ns he was removing the boy to the cells,: and when oulslde tlie court, he said : You rre not the boy who did t...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of Day of Sun Son Water Week. ? Month. Rises, Sets, at the Heads. h.m h m „a.m. Sunday ... Sept. 4 6 11 5 37 10 55 Monday ... „ 5 6 10 5 33 11 30 P.M. ; Tuesday ... „ 6 6 8 5 38 12 3 : Wednesday ' 6 7' 5 39 12 46 ? Thursday ... ? 8 6 '6 o 40 1 32 '?Friday . ... ,jl' 9 6 o 5 41 2 36 Saturday ... „ 10 6 3 5 41 4 6 Moon!S ' Phase. — Last quarter at 8'fil n.m' on Thursday, September 8.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW MINISTRY, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

THE NEW RfflWIQTRY, Wb learned by telegram on Saturday last that the new Ministry had been eon= structed, Mr, Reid, Mr, Oarrnthers, Mr, Drunker, Mr, Young, and. Mr, Want fill their old positions, Mr, Qook leaves the Postal Department and takes Mines and Agriculture ; Mr, Hogue is Minister for Education ?, Mr, Varney farkes rogtinagter-Gcnernl, and Mr, O, A, Lee, of Ttmlerfleld, is Minister for Jus I Ice, The reflection of the Minis ters is not likely to be opposed. Dis satisfaction prevailed on all sides of the House at the selections, and tlie Minis try is considered the weakest yet in power, Mr, Ashton was offered a port folio, but he declined because he does not sympathise with the Federal pro gramme' of the Reid Parly, Mr, Ash ton is a Victorian and a journalist i The three now Ministers are natives of JiCew South Wales, Mr, Llogue being a journalist, Mr, Lee a 9torel»eeper, and Mr, Parkes an architect,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

IpY ANDERSON AND SONT are Oash J_x. linyers of Maize. Higest price given. Notice to Contractors. A NY person or persons felling timber off l\. ' the road on the South Arm, Nam bucca, on to my land, without my sanction, will be prosecuted, without respect to persons. JAS. SUMMERVILLE, Orange Grove, Hastings Uiver. . August 27, 1898. Legal. MR. J. R. MARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required, and may be consulted ? by letter. Medical. J, ZIE.HLKE, MD, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY.be consulted daily at his Dispensary, Dpper Bucca. TO THE INHABITANTS S MACKSVILLE And Surrounding District E. HITCHINS BEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabi tants of Macksville and surrounding ... district that he has succeeded to the business formerly conductcd by Mr. Not ley. E.H. begs to announce to those Indies and pantlemen who bare favored his predecessor n'ith their custom, as also the purchasers of the Nambueea district, that he is now show ing a general asso...

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

Sunlight Flashes, Tit HOUGH TttK WflUS, Svpnry, Wednesday, Ain, hahtos uaa atateu that he hag no intention of opposing any of the uevf ministers. It is new stated tliat Mr, Dai'ton'a place for obtaining a seat Ima been settled some time since, A public an nouncement will be made within a few days, Sit* Joseph Abhott has resigned from Hie hoard of the Australian Joint Stock Bank fjtd. A deputation of dairy farmers vested day complained to the llnard of Health of the Itfirdsltips of the Health Act to them, Mr, Oftvrutltei'R hopes to have tlie Amended Land Dill ready for introduc tion in about a fortnight's time, A further seizure of diseased meat has heett made by tho authorities from a city butcher, the meat being pronouueet! unlit for human consumption, The Prentlor intends in. view of the recent disclosures to shortly introduce « drastic Hill dealing with the suppliers of all Jn the Oowlisliaff v, TSulMin libel action commenced yestot'dtiy a strong bar was engaged on both sitlcs, J...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

The taxpayer is patient and longsuffer ing, or the Public Works Committee would long ago have been dismissed from public life, in its present form at any rate. Year after year the members of this committee have been appointed to the fat pickings which are scarcely more or less than bribes. The ' lobbying' and the 'buttoning which havo been carried on by members who wanted n seat on the committee have been a dis grace to our public life ; and the people have either been ignorant of the cost or careless as to its amount. From tho Daily Telegraph of Friday, August 20, we take the following : — A sensational return, allowing the extra ordinary amounts paid to members of the lust Works Committee during their three years of office, was laid on the table of the legisla tive Assembly last night by tho Colonial Treasurer. The chairman. Mr. T, T. Ewing, netted no less than £2469, or an average of £800 per annum. The other members, with the exception of two, who had died in harness,, received ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

Brief Mention. Furiohto on mai&e reduced to Is, 3d, from the Hcllinsjcr, The Weslcvan basket social comes oft' on the Sttth of t his mouth, Captain Whaitcs, of Nambueea Hoads, has boon seriously ill this week, Cedar is selling in Sydney at 18s, to 80s, per 100 feet, pine logs to -1*. liellingeu cricketcrs indulge iu their flrst practice to-morrow afternoon, itefore purchasing your grocery elsewhere, call and hoc Hn'otUNH' pi ley list,* Oh 1 Hut this lis 'cm, Men's flaimook burn tweed pants for {is, (id, at HrrctUN's',* Mount lirowtiQ employees have been dis charged temporarily, pending the erection of machinery, baud fronting George, street, Sydney, 1.3 valued at £600 per foot (unimproved value-) for taxation purposes, Public Wm to Committee is to bo reduced to seven members, four from the Assembly and three from the Comic)!. Heavy showers of rain have fallen during the week, mid, with a lew warm days, there should be a good early spring, Mr, George Hlnuk, es*M..P,, has gone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. HAVE PLEASED OTHERS. CAN PLEASE YOU. HALL'S . DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. Tastefully Upholstered in Rich Silk Tnpestry and Plush Borders, Settee, Pair Arm Chairs, and 4 Carved Small Chairs, £+ 10s. HALL'S SOLID D1XING-ROOM SUITE, Covered in Best Quality Crocket's I Cloth, Large Couch, Pair Easy J Chairs, and 6 Padded-hack Small 'Clmirs, SIX GUINEAS. Hall's have on view 50 Drawing-Room Suites, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas. Hall's have on view 30 Dining-Room Suites , from £5 15s. to 25 guineas. HALL'S POLISHED WALNUT COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, Wardrobe with host Plate-glass Door, Duchesse Toilet, Chest Drawers, with Glass attached, and Marble-topped Wasbstand, 2 Cane Chairs, aud Towel Rail, £6 10s. HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED ? HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full Size Double Wire Mattress, Top Mattress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, £3 15s. Hall's have on view 60 Bedroom Suites, from 6 guineas to 50 guineas. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 561, 563, 565, 567 GEORGE STREET, BRICKFIELD HILL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

I' f STEAM TO SYDNEY. *§ ' The Fast Direct Route. ' {} The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. , | |; The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, tlie rt. favorite new s.s. Wolluinbin, 300 tons. ? I I ' ? i r rpHi! s.s. Excelsior leaves Coil's Harbor j JL: Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m.,' §/.* and leaves Sydney every Tuesday 'evening, tsy. The s.s. ?W'ollutnbih also calls as required. I kS: lloth'; steamers- have cold storage .of most {? mqdern^arrangement, and an impetus is, npiv * i givenito the. dairying iwlustrjiij throughout f J the district,; ' The(15xcclsi6r is electric-ligh'tid I , thio'iigHout, sind: lias superior'ac^ommprjatiqn » -J® for passengers; Steward nndtstdWartlcss, arid! jladies' cabins and other state. rooms on declcj |% ' i Fares between Co(I's Harbor aiid Sydrioy— .'GrUMn,.! single' £1- 10s., ?''return- ?;'£& 10s; f-ip- 3ibteernge;£l/ ' '' ; J I1 or further particulars, apply IieSt's -Hotel, M»- Cofl's Haibor; or to ? .... m GEO. W. NICOLL, ....

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC, Sunday, September 4— Macksville, 0 a.m., Mass.— Bee. P. 11'. Ahem. Bowra, 11 a.m., Mass. — liev.P. II''. Ahem. Bowra, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Bene diction. — Rev. P. IF. Ahem.

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church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

Church. Services. I WESLEYAN. Sunday, September 4 — Gleniffer , 11 a.m. —Rev. A. Graham. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — „ „ ,, Hettinger Heads, 7 p.m. — „ ,, ,, A'cver Arecer, It a.m. — Jfr, It. Grifith. Friday, September 9 — Coff's Harbor, 7 p.m.— Sue. A. Graham. Sunday, September 11 — Orara, 11 a.m. — Her. A. Graham. Upper Bucca, 3 p.m. — ,, »- Coramba, 7 p.m. — » ii Iferer Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. J . Hodges. Bellingen, 7 p.m.— Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Monday, September 12— Ifan a Glen, 7.30 p.m.—Reo. A. Graham.

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BELLINGER SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

B6U.INGBR SHIPPIHQ, Rejukg the mm 1887 about bags of maize wete shipped from aU arms of tlie Oetbugw.. Qt this Stktm Iws left, GahUra wharf at UolHngeu, mtt bags kft Fernmount, wharf, and the rest was taken from the wharves between WeMingen ami Femmeunt aud between Kernmevtut and the Heads, ami from the South Arm, For this ycat, from January 1 to August 87, the exports from the BelUnser included of bags maize, NHS pigs, aTQ hides, 18. saeVs of hides, 18$ eeei« of poultry, 830 cases of esss, 69-t cans of cream, -W keas and boxe* of butter, 35 casks of tallow, 852 eases of fruit, aud a large quantity of timber, Of t he n\ai?.e shipped* 18,995 baas left the Bedlosen whavf, 9S8 bags left bernmount wharf,' and the vest went from the various other wharves alouR the banks of both arms of the ri*er. In view of the great bulk of the trade, being done at the Rellingen wharf, it appeavs to be unfair both to shippers aud those engaged in carrying the maize tlmt such poor wharf accommoda tion is...

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BOWRA COURTS, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

BOWRA COURTS, Mil, W, o, lluitTON- Smith, P.M., and Mr, W. Hnrry, J.P., presided at tho liowra courts on Thursday, August 25, At the Police Court 0110 defendant was lined 5s. an I Is, 10 I, eosls for obsoctie language, one was fiuoil similarly for indeccut language, two were fined 2s, (id, and in. iOil, costs for being drunk and ills orderly, and ono. for belin/ drunk and d(«. orderly, was fined 5s, mid Is, 10 1, costs. Two brothers, Alexander MciCav ami Oouald McKay, summoned eacli other for alleged assault, Mr. McKenzic appeared for Donald McKay, and staled tlmtellorlrt had baen made to Imve the matter settled, hut that Alex under McKay had refused any overtures for peace, Tho P.M. utged the parties to settle tho matter, but they still held out, mid tho P.M. made Home strong comments on tlw matter, JJWdcnee tvasgfveti fort lie plalotl/)', Alexander Me liny, by himself mid bv Mrs, McKay and Miss (Jill, to show that i'to/ndd McKay and Thomas (I III (father of the wit ness for plaint...

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THE BELLINGER TRADE-RECUCED FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

THE BELLINGER TRADE-RECUOED FREIGHTS. Shippers of maiae from tho UolUnger will be glad to learn that from the fivat of this month the freight on maize by the North Coast Company's boats to Sydney hns* been winced from Is. 6d- to la, 3d. per bag, Mr. P. Doepel, tho local agent, received a tele gram to this effect on Wednesday, and ho was instructed to announce that all maiao gtvon to mm tor shipment woaitt in tutuvobo carried at the rate of la. ft I, This mo,u\s a saving of 25s. on every 100 bags, and places farmers in tho market at an advance of nearly 11. per bushel on old prices. Farmers wil'l be pleased with the concession, and the Company will bo given credit for having done tho right thing. We do not know that other freights, which were reduced a eouplo of years ago, have boon touched, Tho steamer Knroka, which has been transhippimr maize at Trial Hay from tho Hwtlingor, took awav over 5000 bags while tho baV was bad, aud proved what a distinct benefit such a vessel is to tho d...

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ANOTHER HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

ANOTHER HOAX. I Am. the available police (torn the Jlaoteay to the Clwcnee bave. bunting in vmu for a fortnight for the tw- men wUq tapped f«-tn Trial Bay p-iso» on Auyust 15, Some ef tlw. 'scaljvhmueta' have tw.t nwet es^ patiences, and must («- vce;wy of camping on toga in the busb alt nisbt, without, even a 'clue' to comfort them. Sir. luspcctor Uafcer was in Besitingcn on Titcstajf ntght, and be. received ' reliable ' news to tbeeflfcot that, the escaped won wets at tipper Missa botti, far abwe-Rowrsu Mr, liaker left. He!* tingen iu great haste at 10 (\m-, accompanied by Senior-Constable Jordan, other police in vatiixus centres having tiwn duly informed of the' clue.' After a fast ride of 25 or 30 mites to Missabotti, it was found that the whole thing was a hosts. No one had heard of or seen the escapees, and the police went, home again disgusted.

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