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TENDERS FOR ROADWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

TENDERS FOR ROADWORK. AT llolllngen on Monday last 74 tondoi'H were opened for 12 uoiitraets, Tho total amount of tho lowest tenders was £130-1 t)s, 8d,; that of tho highest wai £iidlll li, 4d, Tho lowest and highest tondors iu oaah onso were as follows,— Contract 12, Coif's Harbor toSliarpa's.— Nino tendon j lowest, Charles Harden, *11!) 12s. -M. ; highest, £16)8 6s, Contrast 20, Hulllngun to Bowra, —Eight toiidorB j lowest, M, Kontm £60 fig; highest, £117 10s, ? Contract 27, llowra to -Upper South Arm,— Six tenders; lowest, 0, Murphy, #190 8s, fid. ; highest, 14s, Oontrnot'26; -Congarlnl tip Taylor's Arm,— Ffvojendorsi' lowest, Jnmes Gray, £07 t ? highest, £115 8s. Contract 20, Congnrinl tip Taylor's Arm,— ,v-:.F6nn tenders i lowest, M, O'Connor, . £II2:'lH,j highest, r»8. I Oil, 'on (met 80, Oongnrliii up Taylor's Arm,— MvQ -toiniors ; lowest, W, Hrowti, juii,, £250 'is, 2d, ; highest, £2!)!- Is, 0 I.' Contrast' -HI, Pollock's to Washington's,— Five (curiam ; lowest, Jtecdy /.im,...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOWER BUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

LOWER BUOOA. Oh li correspondent wrote on Almost 23 as follows, — -Mining matters in this part of tho Orara tlold are showing a vory decided im provement, owing, no doubt, to the splendid mining w«athov lately prevailing. At tho Mystery t Pa new nmimgemn.it seems to have iui'ltsod nov.'/iiifu into tho wholu snvronn Hiioh A small trial, crushing Is being treated at tho loeid batterj, and if thu result- is satisfactory a largo quantity of stone will his put, througii shortly, .'rj^ trial lot nbova referred to was takon from what Is known as tho King roof, In tho oreuSv- Somudnubt exists (is to whether this Is tluvBiimo lodq from which so many highly satisfautory orushlngs have been ob tained, There Is Home talk of an amiilgnum tlon of all tho Mystery blouks ; how much truth tharu is In the report 1 do not know, At tliu Christmas gift matters are not going ns merrily' as tho proverbial marriago licit, Tho shareholders remind one of a team of bad horses, ft appears that only ono shareho...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DON'T MiSS IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

DON'T MISS IT. Titr. conccrt to-night (l''Hdu.v) in Moody's hall,asa complimentary to Mrs, Patterson, should be well patronised. The object is a laudable one, and tho concert itself promises to bo onoof tho best we have yet iiad in Del lingcii, many of the singers boing now to the local stage, Tlu reserved chairs comprising tne two t ron t rows right across the hall, Imd been sold, with very few exceptions last night. Two or three are still available, The I5ev. T. I), Kvans will preside at the concert, and tho Bellinger baud will play a few selec tions outside the hall before' the concert j begins. The number of tickets sold already indicates a record house.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Interest. THE NAMBUCCA HEADS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

Local Interest. THE NAMBUCCA HSAOS CASE. At Sydney Quarter Sessions Inst week, Samuel Groves appeared to answer a charge of having, on June 10, at Nninbucoa Jlonds, malieiousl.. wounded Edward Kills, As the arresting coiiBtablc and a couple of witnesses were unable to attend through illness, tho hearing of the case was postponed to a future court, .uio accused s solicitor opposed tho postponement as harsh and unfair to Groves who bus been in gaol all tho timo, because ho could not got bail. Bail was allowed, IE Groves can got bondsmen.

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

FHAItlt, Practical Watch and Clock . Maker, Bowra. All work guaranteed. For Sale. SPUING CART, good order, strong, carry 25cwt., patent axles, £6 15s. or offer. C. MOSELEY, i South Arm Ferrj'. For Sale. A. BOUT a dozen mixed (tattle ; amongst r\ them are a few; well-bred heifers and milch cows; Apply to; ] II. RKICK, ; Coil's Harbor. Teams Wanted. TEAMS wanted for-Log-hauling to Cofl's Harbor' sawmills; Prices from 2s. to 2s. 3d. Apply at once to r II. CASEY, Manager. Good Farms. . :t SOME of the best Farms on the Hcllinger and Nambueea fir sale on easy terms, or for lease. Apply to, ? 13. S. BRINER, Land and General Agent. ; Sun Office, Hellingei. Tenders. rpENDERS are invited, and will close'nt I JL noon on Monday, September 5, for extensivo alterations ind additions (labor only) to the Bcllinge'i Hotel. Plans and specifications may bo seen at the Bellingen Hotel. JAKES E. TYLER, Itellingen. August 22, 1898. , The Raleigh Hotel. WILLIAM BUSHELL, having taken the Raleigh Hotel at R...

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

MACKSVILLE COURTS. Bid. W, G. HuitTOS .Ssrmr, P.M., and Mr. W. Kzold, J.P., presided at the Macksville courts on Wednesday, August 24. Jn the Police Court Thomas Hicks was fine/1 2s, li, j,, without costs, for neglecting to s end lib child to school tin: required number of days. In the Small Debts Court James II. Minn, nt Jiou-r.1, suet .iHgus McKay, of IJowra and MaelisHlle, to recover £:- tor m ilk supplied. Mr, McKenzie appeared for the plaintiff, who state! that he had arranged with McKay to sell milk to hi in (McKay) at the rato'of a halfpenny or a farthing lew; than tlie Macleay factories paid. Defendant denied tiiis, and said that the price was according to the re sults of the factory, the price received for butter, ctc, A verdict was given for plaintiff for £'i ]8s. ft I, with 5s, costs. The same plaintiff (for whom Mr, McKenzic appeared) sued the same defendant for £2 Is,, for dam ages and hm by breach of contract on de fendant's jjart. Plaintiff purchased maize from McKay,...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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"ALL ABOUT DORRIGO." TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

'ALL ABOUT DORRIGO.'! TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. Sir, — Great indignation is felt nraongst the inhabitants of Dorrigo in regard to the substance contained in the leader in last week's Northern Courier under the above heading. As there are always two sides to any question, allow me through tho columns of your valu- I able paper to picture the bright side, as the Courier man pleases to dwell on the opposite. With due regard to the Courier for the admission that the fer tility of the Dorrigo land is undeniable, and that the present residents of Dorrigo are possessors of 'large hearts,' even if they are deficient as regards foresight, I would like to draw the attention of that paper and tho public at large to local ities equally as backward, or even more so, than Dorrigo, which have, through the energy nnd perseverance of men who were in their turn credited with being deficient of that necessary thing ' brain power,' become some of the most pro ductive localities in the colony. ...

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

SCHOOL OF ARTS. A genbuaJj meeting of subscribers to the Bellingen School of Arts was held in the reading-room on Wednesday night, Mr, IE. Raymond (vice-president) In tlie chair, the business being to nominate trustees. On the motion of Mr. G. K, lirincr, seconded by Mr. A. G. Apscy, tho following were nominated, — Messrs. I''. 1'. Matthews, J. E. 'l'vlcr, W, T, Campbell, S. J, I'lggott, and H, Raymond. As Messrs. Tyler and Raymond iverc the only nominees present, they (lid not vote. Kloven ballot papers were issued, the voting being as follows, — Messrs. Matthews, Raymond, ami Tyler, eight each ; Campbell, live ; i'lggott, four. On the motion of Mr. Briner. seconded by Mr. I-\ Smythe, the first three named were declared nominated, and the meeting was adjourned to Wednesday night, September 14, at 8 o'clock, when the nominations will be confirmed.

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

ItoiiT. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur clinssroE pijjs nii'l. cattle, fats or stores; in large or small lots.* j Hander and Son's I5uoaj-yi,ti Extjiact. According to reports ot a ^reat number of physicians of the highest professional atarni inj;, there are olfoied Kiicalypti Hxtracts which possesses no enrnlive (|ualities. In 'protection of the world-wide fai.ie of San D ICR aND SONS)'. preparation wepuhliah a few ahstracts from these reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in other products : — Dr. \V. B. Hush, Oakland, Fla., writes It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sandeis and Sons'). I-employerl different other preparations ; they had no therapeutic value and no effects. In one ense the effects were similar to t he _,oi I camphorn, the objectionable action of which is'weirii'npwn'.''' ;Dr. H.'fi.' 'Drake, Portland, OregonJ says : ' Wnce 1 became acquainted with' this preparation (Sandku*; and Holts') ? 1 use no other form of eucalyptu...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 2 September 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XX. Richard Saville's came more quickly as he ceased speaking. It was tlie only sign of agitation that escaped him, the only indication of tlie exultant excite ment that was running like an electric current through every fibre of his being. Antony had turned away suddenly from Richard Saville, and had lot his hands fall heavily to his side. He was not looking at his enemy — his eyes were fixed upon Elizabeth. It was to her pure heart he looked for judgment ; be fore her innocent soul he laid down tlie remnants of his ruined pride, his hope less love, his despairing manhood. He knew right well what the verdict of the world would be — it was her verdict that lie feared. He saw that the blow had fallen with crushing effect. He winced unconsciously as lie conjured up the pitiless calmness, the bitterness with which his story had been imparted to her. Elizabeth sat like one in a dream ; her eye3 looked into his, but their gaze was a vacant one. It was as if he...

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

Eclxoes. By Thk Pti.oitiM. Anytlnnp: in this colnma is est necessarily identified with bke policy of tbe pa[-cr. i . Tee oldest Anglican clergyman {with ; one exception) the Rev. Puckle, died at , Melbourne reoently, ag-?d 98. . j ***** *** The revised version. The raiti falls alike on the just and on the unjust, but tne uiijast man is generally underneath tho just maa's umbrelJa. ***** * * * HocsEKKKi'uits may not all kuow that * ham is' greatly improved, after being boiled, if it be wrapped in buttered paper and baked for an hour. We'll try it ourselves, if someone will scud us the ham. * ******* The 83rd anniversary of the arrival in Sydney of Rev. Samuel Leigh, the first Wesley an minister to land in Aus tralia, recalls the fact that Gov. Mac quarie strenuously resisted the intrusion of Wesleyans into his community. Mac qiiarie didn't see ' what good Methodists could toe in this Settlenieiit.' ******** A WAnnNAMBOOL (Vic.) clergyuiait is reported to have requested frdm the young...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XX. Lady Feo uttered an exclamation as slio saw Mr. Saville; she would have passed him, but lie stopped her. ' You are looking f^r Miss Druro,' lie said. ' She is there. I was coming to find yon. She is ill, arid must be got home quickly. No — do not go to her now ; she is better alone, Lady Feodora;: You can serve lier best by arranging lor :? her departure as speedily as possible.' Feodora Lutimar paused— her inclin ation was to disregard his words and run on to where Elizabeth was ; but Something in [his voice,: some strange . alteration in him, cheeked her, Her heart began to beat hurriedly. ' What have you been saying to her ?' she asked angrily, casting prudence to the winds. ' Why did yon speak to lier lit all ? She was getting so well, almost happy-; and now you have come and spoiled everything ! You Jiaye known all along how much she has 'wished to avoid seeing you. I think yon might have quietly accepted the position, iind ? ' ' I never accept a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

~|TV BAttlt, Practical Watch and Clock I' .=: Maker, Bowra. All work ^uuraiitceil. Teams Wanted. XT1ISAJIS wanted for Lofr-liauliiig to Coft'a I Harbor sawmills. Prices troin 2s. to 2s. 3d: : Apply at once to It. CASEY, , 'Manager. ... Notice to Contractors. A : NY person or persons felling timber off JTA_ the road, oil the. South Ann, Nam bucca, on to my land, without my sanction, will be prosecuted, without respect to persons. JAS. SUM It KltVfLLIi, Orange Grove; Hastings Uiver. August 27. 1898. , : : ; Pigs and Poultry. T=-;.T. FAULKS (rcprcsenting.Mr. O.jlariies, y :. butcher, of Sydney) is a cash buyer of I'igs aud Poultry iu any quantity. J. T. F. will visit the Orara and Bellinger monthly, due notice of which will be advertised iu The Ra.li3igh»Sun. , The Raleigh Hotel. TTTILLIAM BUSI-IISLrj, haVing taken the YV Haleigh Hotel at italoigh, is prepared to supply the best accommodation, and the best Ales, Wines, aud Spirits. The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated, and '..custom...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

I WEDDING. We take tho following as printed, from tho Weekly Review, a suburban puper,' published ut Newtown, Sydney : —A very pretty wedding was celebrated in. Hunter-Bailee Church Annandale, on Tuesday. A niriiaf, 1 6 Mr R Long, of Paddington, and Miss It. Bennett, only daughter of the late Mr. ,F. Bennett, of Bollinger River. The Rev.: McICc'nzie performed the ceremony. The chancel of the. church was beauti fully decorated with palms. A ? pretty arch, composed of ivy and pink roses, .-with their initials in violets and snow drop^,, was(. placed where the bride and bridegroom stood. The bride, who was ;givou away by Mr. R. Grant, wore a handsome dress of lemon brocaded satin, beautifully -trimmed with Brussels lace, pearl embroidery, and trails of orange blossoms. The veil was of tulle, worn over a small coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a lovely shower bouquet of fuchsias, carnaitons, and hyacinths, and wore a gold bracelet set with pearls and .amethyst - (the gifts of ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RALEIGH PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

RALEIGH PROGRESS COMMITTEE. ? The monthly meeting of tho Raleigh Progress Committee was held on August 31;' the president, Mr. J. . Smith,, J. P., i'i tho chair. The minutes of the previ ous mooting having been confirmed oii the motion of- Mr. Baker; the: following resolutions , were: submitted, and, '.after being .dismissed,' , wore carried unanimously ; — -1.-: Moved by Mr. tjmitli, and seconded by. Mr.:-.Tozer, That the secretary bo instructed, to ;write' to the Minister for Mines; .reliitive lo , tho .improvement of the North - Bcacli recreation: ground.' 2. Moved: by Mr. -Harvie, and: seconded by Mr:., Smith; .'.That the: secretary be instruclod.to ! write i. to, - the - Minister f.or Minds,- pointing out the necessity . of a slight alteration in the timber regula tions.' -, . 3. Moved - by M r.- O'Con nor, and isocondeu -by.' Mr. llarvie, -' That the socretary bo : instructed : to write to the :61inistor, for, Works; ;' ^through 'our, mem ber, (pointing ; out \ the.- necessity...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

Interesting- Items. A young woman named Mary Tynan tins died at Newcastle under peculiar circiunstancos. She scratched her hand with a piece of rusted tin, »'d the dye from lier glove gel ting into the wound caused blood-poisoning mid death. ****** ? * * Mn. Ashton, the member for. Goul burn, is to be presented by his lute . constituents at liny wilh- ii . pursei of: sovereigns and an, address, us a- token of. tho esteem in which lie is held. ; lAslitou, 'is a coming man ; ho lias shown that, he, will not sacrifice his principles for- pluce. and pay. ? ' ? -. . ?? * * * -'* *'.'*,: *?? 3 '.Three more women, from Victoria this time, have gone to China to convort ;: ?! the heathen. - To complete the mockery, i the Chinese should sond n few mission-,! ll aries to redeem, if possible,1 the civilised i Sf: criminals and hlasphemousj foul-mouthod,, (J vile-minded heathens .who infest ?: the § cities of Australia. ' / \ ********* 5|. Sydney' Divorco 'Coiirt;'is doing- u- p? :-. larger-busi...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday; September 11 — Nortli Arm, 11 a.m.— Rev. 2'. D. Evans. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — ,. „ . ?Fernmount^ 7 ,p.m. — , „ „ - ,, ? . Bowraville, 3 p.m. — Jlev. W.H. Marshall. Ifambucca Heuils, 7.30 p.m. — ? Maeltsville, 7 p.m. — Mr. D. Mogforil.

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Thbodoii the Wire. Sydney, Wednesday. Mr. Lyne, this afternoon, gave notice of a motion to the. effect that tho federal question should be dealt with by a con ference of the various colonies, after which the seheme agreed upon in a spitit of mutual compromise shall be submitted to the people for acceptance or rejection. The Premier took Mr. Lvne's motion ns one of censiiret and the House adjourned at once until to-morrow. Mr. Lyne pro poses to submit the late Bill in an amended form to the people, the amend ments to bo agreed to by all the colonies. The Labor party held a meeting for the purpose of discussing the federal resolutions, but adjourned without ar riving at any definite conclusion. It is understood that the party may determine to propose a number of amendments; In tho Assembly, Mr. Rose's motion in favor of the abolition of the Public Works Committee was, after a lengthy discussion, negatived on the voices. I Air. Sydney Smith was presented with . an ill...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

ANGLICAN. Sunday, September 11 — Bellinger Hds., 11 a.m. — Rev.C.E.Jlurgess. Fernmount, 3 p.m. — „ „ : Bellingen, 7 p.m. — ?„ ,, , ? Coramba, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris- Walker. Upper Bueea, 3 p.m. — „ „ Coramba, 7 p.m. — » : ' „ » Monday, September 12— ? ? C'ojf's Harbor (Mr. Gill's), 7 p.m. — Mr. Harris- Walker. Saturday, September 17 — Oojf't. Harbor (Mr. Gill's), 7 p.m. — Jlev. ? C. F. Burgess. Sunday, September 18 — Coramba, 11 a.m. — Jlev. C. E. Burgess. Upper Bueea, 3 p.m. — „ ,, .,, Coramba, 7 p.m. — „ „ Bellingen, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris-Walker. Bellinger Heads, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Fernmount, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ Monday, September 19— Upper Oram, 7 p.m. — Jlev. C. J3. Burgess.

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THE INLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

THE INLAND RAILWAY. The correspondence re the proposed railway to the tableland has beon pub lished. Amongst it is a letter from Mr. Dean, the Engineer-in-Chief for rail ways, to Mr. Bnrge, assistant engineer, which runs as follows : — Re Guyra to fii.nff™ . Tl.o rlovinfinna in«. gested deal with a portion of the country from Don Dorrigo downwards, but I believe that the line between tho head of the Guy Fawkes River and Don Dorrigo would also be extremely costly to con struct. Could anything bo done to reduce the cost of this ? From the hoad of the Guy Fawkes River towards Coff's Harbor there is a range, or a leading spur of the tableland running out nearly all the way. This would naturally sug gest itself as 0 route for a high lovel railway, while at the end of the spur a steeply graded line might be located. Have the character of this range and its suitability for the pur pose being fully investigated ? Mr. Deano's communication was forwarded to Mr. Chalmers, who reported as follo...

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