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ENTERTAINMENT AT BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
ENTERTAINMENT AT BOWRA. . AN entertainment under the auspices of the Bowra Co-operative Shipping Company took place on Friday last, in Barry's Hall, Bowra. and was a pronounced success. The hall was filled; by a most appreciative audience. Mr. McCorquodale occupied the chair, and Miss Urophy opened the programme with an over ture on the pianoi'which was well received. The following items were then rendered, — Mr. Kitchens, comic song ; Mr. P. Lamph, address on the Political Questions of tlie Day; Miss Maud Dalley; song; Miss Darnells, song ; M. A. Urahatn, address ou Co-operation ; M aster Daniel Is, sqng ; Master Dalley, song ; Mr. J. Kceley. address on Unity ; Mr. H. Hitchens, soiig ; Miss McCabe, song ; Mr. W. A. Johnston, song; Miss Maud Dalley, song ; Mr. W. T. Campbell, add less on Co-ope'ration in Politics ; Mr. Johnston, song ; Mr. Camp bell, recitation ; nnd Miss MuCnbe, song. Several of.the singers were encored. A vote of thanks to the chairman, and tho singing of 11 Auld ...
BELLINGEN COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
BELLINGEN COURTS; AT the police court, Bellingen, on Monday last, before Messrs. T. C. K. McKell, P it., H. A. Evans and II. Bennett, J's.P., A. W. J. Foster summoned Frank McCristal nnd Thomas Jarrett for removing ami destroying trees on his property. Mr. C. MeKenzie, for defendants, raised the objection that the in formation was wrungly laid. '1'lic bench up held the objection, and dismissed the case. Nelson Tyler and William Miles, two lads of about 16 'years of age, were charged by Senior constable Jordan with indecent behaviour in a public place. They pleaded guilty, nnd were fined 2s. 6d. each and costs. In tho Small Debts Court, James Martin sued E. Council for £7 IGj. rent of house and pad dock. Mr. McKenzie appeared for plaintiff. A verdict was given for the amount claimed and costs. The only other case set down for hearing was that Of F. '1'. Matthews v. T Craig. Mr. McKenzie, for plaintiff, applied for an adjournment to next- court, as there had been some delay with the s...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
EXPORTS. We are indebted' to Caplain liadeliffe for thefollowinglistof exports from the Bellinger River for 1897 : — Maize, 51,518 bugs ; pigs, 1:,G03; poultry, £32 coops; eggs, 663 eases: hides, 909 : butter, 188 kegs- and boxes; oysters, 185 bags ; horusrand bones, 123 bags ; cream, 309 cans ; fruit. 248 cases ; logs, 72,000 feet in log, 515,314 feet sawn ; cedar, 2-S.500 feet in log, 59,274 feet- sawn ;? sugar, 132 mats ; spokes, 2000 -f bark, 100 bags.
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
Echoes. Wiiv nien admire pretty feet.— Be- cause nil's, well that ends, well. ..?? * ? * * * . .* * * ?: When is it a good thing to lose your temper ? — When it's.n bad one.- . * * * * * ? * * The first envelope ever made- is .'.in the possession of the British Museum.. i * * ....... * * * - * * * I In the United States 15,000, cotton | spinners have struck for increased wages. ~K -R -K * -R -R ? ?? Tins orchards at Windsor are being dovostated by enormous flocks. of flying foXCS. ' * * - * * * * * Miss Jussie Loiihan, of; Wiiigham, lias successfully passed her examination as a telegraph operator. * * * * * # * * | A boy named Porters died recently at I Wellington from cholera, consequent I upon eating unripe fruit. : , I * * * * * * * * [ Bakiiv, the English sculler, has issued | a challenge to row any mail for the championship of the world. * * * * * * # * Tiik number of homestead selections at present in existence are 202G, cover ing an area of 741,552 acres. * * * * * * * * Tins...
COFF'S HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
COFF'S HARBOR. A Correspondent writes : — A court house and warden's office is shortly to- be built' at Coramba, and it issnid that the building will cost £1400. . : The stores at Coramba and' Upper B'ucca, hitherto kept by Mr. Clarke, have been sold to Mr. J. T. McKittrick, who is-tcmoviiig the building material to his new store here. . . The price paid for logs at the' local sawmills was considered by timber gettefs and drawers- to bo unsatisfactory, and ,somc of these people have left the district for Queensland, with the view of taking up wheat land on tho Darling Downs. Since then the price of logs has been raised 3d. per 100 feet. A party of bullock-cdndactors, with families, stock, and implements, recently arrived here from the Golf of Carpentaria.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
? '-'i r ? ' Bp [ BOOTS! BOOTS! ES^OOH TAYLOR'S FAMOUS T BOOTS, OF WHICH WEAR IS GUARANTEED, I-IAVE NO EQUAL 1ST AUSTRALIA Best Nailed Bluchers, 4s lid to 6s 9d Gent's Balmorals, 5s lid and Ss (upwards) Ladies' Best Lace Boots; 4s- lid to 6s lid s Lsdies'' Best E.S. Boots, 4s lid, ALL KINDS OF CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, j At Specially Cut Prices; TO BE HAD ONLY, AT ^ Wit..; BROWN'S IXL CASH STORE, BELLINGEN. A. l H. ELLIS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Bellinger & Nambueea Heads. DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, And everything- you want at tlie above Stores at a Reasonable Price. BUGGIES, COACHES, GIGS, ^ jfflp CARTS, SULKIES, WAGGONS. E. RAYMOND, WHEELWRIGHT & COACHBUILDER, BELLINGEN. The Best and Cheapest Maker on the North Coast. TIT AS'.'ARRIVED, per ship Honolulu, direct from America, a splendid stock o£ Rugnies, :_LjL specially selected for these districts. Light single-sent buggies, medium weight, Family, double seat, buggies, light waggonettes. Hood, ...
MR. F. B. TREATT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
MR. F. B. TREATT. WrE- are informed that Mr. F. B; Treat t has lieeir appointed Police Magistrate at Tenter- i field, for several years Mr. Treatt was i stationed at. Bellingen as C.P'.S., and since j his removal from here, a little over two years j ago, lie has occupied a' similar position at Singleton. During his sojourn in this district Mr. Treatt proved himself a capable and efficient officer, and his many friends on- the Bellinger will be pleased to hear of his ad vancement. '
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
ChurcH Services. WESLEVAN. S unday, January 30— Never Never, 11 a.m. — Mr. F. C. Steed, Bellingen, 3 p m — „ „ Bellingen, 7.30 p.m. — „ . „ North Arm, 11 a.m. — Rec. A. Graham, Fernmount, 3 p.m. — .. „ &nbsp; Bellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m.~. „ Never Never, 7.30p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly.
BELLINGEN LICENSING COURT. APPLICATIONS FOR CONDITIONAL LICENSES FOR BELLINGEN. ONE REFUSED—THE OTHER WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
bellingen licensing COURT. APPLICATIONS FOR CONDITIONAL LICENSES FOR HHLIiiNGIiN. ONE REFUSED— THE OJHEIt WITHDRAWN. At the Licensing Court, on Monday Inst', lioforc Messrs. II. A. Evans (oliair ri)nn):find.R. S. McDoujjull, .Is. P., there wore two applications for.,' conditional .publicans' licenses -..-for hotels: .to-, he erocied in Bellingen. A deal of'inlcrest ?wiis centred in tlie proceedings! tlie court heincr crowded. : - Tho first application was that of Wl ' G; .Boiijtoh',- for; whom 'Mr.- McKonzie appeared.-' Senior-constable Jordan, -as Licensing Inspector, opposed tlie grants ing of 'the .application -Mr'. G. Si ? Brinor, -on ? hehalf of some petitioners! the. Rev., A. Graham .for others, and ;Mr. '.I. .E. Tyler for himself,. also ,npJ pea red to . oppose the application. . . W. G. Hon] ton, contractor, residing ?-'??at (Jrnnga, deposed 4 I. 'am the applicant ; for a conditional/publican's license, situ ate 'iri.vUydcrStreet, Bellingen I pnb Jished'a notice, in Tins Ral...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 January 1898
Wanted. WANTED, Squarers for Telegraph Poles. Apply, A. Jc H. ELLIS, Bellinger Heads. Bellinger River Half Holiday Association. MR. JAS. DONNELLY'S Grocery Busi ness, Bellingen, will be closed every Wednesday afternoon.. ? C. E. PARTRIDGE, Hon. Sec. 1898 Agricultural Society. 'JDEIWONS who promised to become Sub .L scribcrs and those interested are invited to attend a meeting, re the Resuscitation of the local Agricultural Association in the School of Arts, IfelHngen, ou Saturday, February &, at 3- o'clock. W. A. JOHtfSTON, Hon. See. Medical. J; ZIEHLKE, MD, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily at his Dispensary, late Royal Hotel, Fernmount. The T)optor is- prepared to1 visit any part of district on- the shortest notice. Legal. _ . MR. J. R« Wl ARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when requited , and may be Consulted l-y letter. Government Advertisements. I'oads Office, Jtellingen, January 27, 1898. rj^KNDBRS, addressed to the Clerk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
A HIGH CHURCH DIGNITARY. The flight Reverend Monsignor O'Brien, Kector of St. John's Co lege, Sydney, hns expressed his opinion of . ? ?? loasby'b ' wahoq ' in the following terms. DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. c i , , , „ „ St. John s College, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. Dear Sirs, — A trial of Loasby's ' Wahoo ' hns fully convinced me. of its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. (Signed) James. J. O'Bijien. To Lonsby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO Can be obtained from all chem ists, price 2/6, or post free from the sole manufacturers and pro prietors, Loasby's 'Wahoo' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY.
THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
THE MARKETS; v : ? . Svdney, Thursday. -''-'Messrs. Hill, Clark, And .Qo. re port:— Excellent prices are still being realised jfor all classes of: fat pigs, with a firm aiicl animated* demand, and pros pects are' very encouraging. We quote extra- prime weighty pigs from 56s. to 70s., prime weighty baconers 50s.; to 54s., good heavy 47s. to 50s., good 40s. to 48s., light 81s. to 38s., best heavy porkers 27s. to 30s., good 24s. to 26s., lighter 19s; to 23s., other descriptions 12s. to 18s., according to size and qual ity. We have experienced exceptionally good sales, soiling about 250. Messi'3: John Seo and Co. report.— Maize dull, Tutnut 3s., Moruya 2s. lid., New Zealand 2s.- Oil., weevily ,2s. 6d. to 2s. !)d.,; no new crop in' the market. Potatoes; £8 ; pigs, 4d. to 5d. The South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company-report. — Suj plies of fat pigs were well within requirements this week ; local buyers attended in full force, competition was of the liveliest de scription, and t...
CLYBUCCA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
CLYBUCCA SPORTS. The postponed athletic sports meeting nt Mr. G. W. Paulson's Travellers' Itest Hotel, Clybucca, was brought to a suc cessful issue on Saturday last. The meetingwas fairly patronised, many. well- known faces being in evidence from the Macleny, Nambucca, and Bellinger Itivers, as well as the majority of- the residents of the surrounding' district. The judge's position was by 110 means an enviable one, as many of tho heats were so closely contested that it required n keen oye to separate tho runners. Every one had his own fancy for tho Sheffield Handicap, but'' the winner eventuitlly turned up in A. Taylor, off the scratch (8yds.), who won by about six. inches, about the same distance sep arating tho second and third men. Fol lowing are tho results of the different events: — Opening Handicap. First ITcat. — J. M'cGnigan, 17yds., 1; J. Sullivmii 9yds., 2 ; J. Chanuells, 12yds., 3. Second Heat. — T. J. Martin,' 9yds., 1; ' Triumph;!' 12yds:, 2.- ' . Third I lent.— A.- ^ ...
NANA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
NANA GLEN. [from OUU OWN COIlUESI'O.VDENT.] ? Since the break-up of tho'dry weather we have had' a very large fall of rain, which has been the means of making bountiful pastures, and crops — such as maize, pumpkins, etc. — promise' well. Tho roads are in n deplorable state owing to* the wet weather. Our East band road is having some fresh work done 011 it nt last. It will be a good job when there is money to do the lowor end, as it is almost impassible now. The need for a bridge over the Orara nt Nana Glen has been'iii'itch, felt during the la^t few weeks; as' the 'rain fell in such iv way as to keep a fresh in the river just high enough to bo nncrossiible most of the time. ; Pont solium is in ftill swing again''. Thcro are eight men employed 011 it, and the owners are expecting it to turn up trumps again next crushing. January 2G.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
-? Tenders for a .number ...of road . contracts | close on Monilay next. 'All the requisites of a first-class 'Hotel' at', moderate charge at Egan's West Kempsey . Hotel.* The warden's ofiicc at Nana Creek is to be rcmovc'l to uoramoa as soon ns suitaolc buildings are procured. Mr. Ben. Piggott, oE Coramba. will - prob ably open a blacksmith's shop at Bellingcn in the course of a few weeks. ? . Tenders are invited for the erection of . a court-house and lock-up at Bowra, and will be received up to February 21. ; Jlr. M, McCorquodale, the well-known tailor, announces that lie .has decided: to- re-: main at. Bowra for anotner year. . Mr. liiiehens will sell by auction tomor : row (Saturday), at Macksvillc, dairy-cattle, 1 f(\t (joyrs. and buggy and saddle horse*. cheapest, shoe. leather in New South \ynlps is Gillespie's bluchers, 7s. (id;, spot . mjijtr, a't' F-T. Matthews' Bellingcn Store.* ' i Another intending selector ariived on the Dqrris»o last week, from the South Coast. He ? ...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
OtLurch Services. WliSLiiVAN. Sunday, February t) — ?'?'Nerer Xever, 11 a.m.—ttev. A. Graham, j'eriiuioinitf 7. SO p.m.— „ „ „ JVortft A fin, 11a.m.— Mr. F. C. Steed. Jiellingen, 3 p.m.— „ ,r „ Hettinger ffead*, 7.30 p.m.— ,r Dorrigo , 3 j-.ni. — Mr. Jt. Joyce. A'erer K ever, 1.30 p.m.— „ „ Thursday, February 10 — Ceff '» Harbor, 7J30 2-.»i.—.Vr. F. C. Steed. htundny, February 13 — ? ? t C'trff'# ilarbor,ll a,.m. — Jlevi A. Graham. - Zouxr llucea, 3.30 2-.»-. — ' „ „ Nana Glen, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ Orara, 11 a.m. — Mr. F. C. Steed. Upper Jiueca, 3 p.m.- — „ ??? ( 'ora m bit , 7.30 p.m. — ? „ „ „ Jiellingen,7.30 p.m.—31r. It. Griffith. . A'orer Sfever, 3 p.m. — Mr: A. Palmer.
OVERDUE RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
OVERDUE RENTS. ' A notification in the Gazette states r that rent is owing 011 the undermentioned' gold-ieases,: and .that unless- it - is paid within -SQ-days-rfroin- February -25 they may be cancelled Parish Bagawa — G. Atlviiison and* another, 2a. ;- II'. Cork, 2ii. ; Ilocord; Reigii GrM; Go.-,- 2a: ; G. Anderson, two of -la. each ; J. iford, la. Parish ColT — G. -Tyson, 10a. - Parish 1 Moonee — D. Pont,, two - of la. each ; J. 1 Fletcher and another, la. ;- D. Tlioinp I son, 4a. ; F. Tully nnd others, 5a. ; D. 0; Morns and another, la. ; S. Denton. l'On. ; D. Pont and others, 2a.'; T. H. Barbour; and .others; ',2a. ; G. McCann and iinothor, la. ;-;E. F. Taylor, 2a. ; T. Boan, 2a. ; W. H. Stevenson, 4a. ; A1. M'; Younger, lar; J.' Lee, la. ; E; Hockey and others, 12a. ; II. Duncin, 10a. ;! A. G'udel!, -8a.,- 10a., 4a-., 10a; ; W. 'Peoples, 4a. ; D.- Sullivair and jan other, ;ia. Parisli o'omlaroi — T. H. 0 Giady. mid utli0iS,-4u. j-. Ll. IlL-iuli-rstMi, 4a. ??':,'Pansh..:';\V'o6l...
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 February 1898
Echoes. Tun worst mistake of morbidness '? is supposing one's own individual fato lo be harder than any otlior'iii tjie world.',' | '' : * . * * * * .': *? * * i'. Dkiestino, not eating, is what giv|o3 strength to tho body. , Thinking, ..n'ot 'cramming,' gives strength to tho mind.' * * * ? \ * ?! * * : * i y Society is composed of two great classes — those who have mora dinner than appetite, and those who have, more appetite than dinner. , * * * ; * ?? ,' *. * '.- * . * : 'Daim's sonio friends,' said Undo Ehen, ' dat is like de rainbow.: Doy looks flue au' bonds polite, but dey's gone when de suit ain' sliinin'.' * * * * * * * * Ciikmists say it takes more than twice as much sugar to sweeten preserves and sauces if put in when they begin to cook as it docs if the sugar is added after tho cooking is done. ? ! * * * * * . * * ..., * A dreadful- accident.. has occurred near Cambridge, New Zealand; Atyouth named Giilbraitlr foil off a load of hay and was impalod:on a hayfork.;, There i...