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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. - High Day u£ Day oE Sun Son Water Week. Month. Rises. Sets, at the Heads. ? a ii h ar . a.m. Sunday ... Sept. 11 6 2 5 42 4 52 ? Monday ... 12 6 0 5 43 6 9 Tuesday ... „ . 13 . 5.59 5 43 7 4 Wednesday ,; 14 5 57 5 44 7 44 Thursday ? In 5 56 ? 5 45 8 21 Friday ... „ 10 5 55 5 48 8 51 Saturday ... „ 17 6 53 5 47 9 22 Moon's Phase. — New Moon at 10 a.m. on Friday, September 10.

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

THE MARKETS. Yesterday (Thursday) Messrs. H. Prescott and Co. wired, — Prime maize 2s. 5d., maizo 2s. 4d., inferior lots from 2s. ; prime heavy baconers 55s., medium 48s.) light from 35s., heavy porkers up to 27s., medium 23s., light from 18s., market firm. . . Messrs. Hill, Clark, ? j n~ ' ? ,1 ? rni ? c~i ~' uuu uu. uireu jresMJiuuj,— ? xuo iuu pig market has been well supplied this week, and slight fluctuations have taken place for all descriptions ; good prime heavy baconers are selling well, and, taking all things into consideration, satisfactory prices have resulted. We quote extra prime weighty back fatters at 54s. to 64s., a few exceptionally weighty ones realising to 70s. ; prime weighty bacon ers 47s. to 51s., good heavy 43s. to 46s., good 37s. to 41s., light 27s. to 34s. ; best heavy porkers 22s. to 2Gs., good I9s. to 21s., others to 19s. . . Farmer's Co-operative Co. wired yester day as follows : — Fat pigs : Heavy supplies forward, but prices continue firm as internatio...

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

D ANDERSON AND SON are Cash . Buyers of Maize. Higest price given, Farm Wanted. GOOD TENANTS want Farms on the Bellinger, at reasonable rent. Thirty or forty acres ready for cultivation. Anyone having farm to let apply at once to . G. S. BRINER, Land and General Agent. Sun Office, Bellingen. Legal. MR. J. R. M ARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required, and may be consulted by letter. ? Medical. J. ZIEHLKE, MD, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily at his Dispensary, Upper Bucca. A GRAND BALL WILL BE HELD IN Moody's Hall, Bellingen, ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, Under the auspices of the Bellinger Brass Band. Good Music. Band in attendance. Tickets— 3s. E. HATTEKSLEV, Hon. Sec. Government Advertisement. District Inspector of Schools' Office, Grafton, September 2, 1898. TENDERS will be received by the under signed till September 24 for the EltEOTlON ok School Buildings at Glenifkek, near Be lliiigen. Plan anil specification may be seen at t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

IN MEMORIAM. Gueen. — In loving remembrance of our be loved son, Henry, who died September . 9, 1897, aged 10 years. A precious one from us is gone, . A voice we loved is stilled ; A place is vacant in our home, , Which never can be filled. God, in His wisdom, has recalled . The boon His love had given, And though the body slumbers here, The soul is safe in Heaven. Inserted by his loving parents, H. and K. Green. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, IS 08.

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A SEAT FOR BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

A SEAT FOR BARTON. A SEAT for Mr. Barton has been found by Mr. Frank Clarke, who has resigned ill Mr. Barton's favor. Mr. Clarke was returned unopposed at the late general election for the Hastings nnd Macleay. During this week he visited the Macleay part of his electorate, having been unable to do so at election time n,..ini» tn th» wi lAMi! illlipaa nf Mrs n]nrl-o Mr. Clarke met with splendid receptions at each place he visited, and when he announced at Gladstone on Monday night that he was resigning in favor of Mr. Barton he was ac corded an ovation by a large audience. He explained that he hail an understanding with Mr. Barton that he (Mr. Clarke) would con tinue to attend to local matters for the people of the electorate, as he knew their wants better than Mr. Barton could know them. Referring to his resignation, he said he was proving his sincerity in the Federal cause, though he was, perhaps, annihilating liiin se'f politically. He was fully aware that ' It seemed a bold step...

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

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. HAVE PLEASED OTHERS. CAN PLEASE YOU HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Tastefully Upholstered in Rich Silk Tapestry and flush Borders, Settee, Pair Arm Chairs, and 4 Carved Small Chairs, £4 10s. Hall's have on view 50 Drawing-Room Hall's have on view 30 Dining-Room I HALL'S . POLISHED WALNUT COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, Wardrobe with best Plato-glass Door, Duchesse Toilet, Chest Drawers, with Glass attaohed, and Marble-topped Washstnnd, 2 Cane Chairs, and Towel Rail, £6 10s. HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, Covered in Best Quality Crocket's Cloth, Large Conch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 6 Padded-back Small Chairs, SIX GUINEAS. i Suites, from '4 guineas to 25 guineas. Suites, from £5 15s. to 25 guineas. 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 — 9 September 1898

? STEAM TO SYDNEY. H ' The, Fast Direct Route. Tlie Geo. W. Nicoll Line. |i regular weekly service. jf The -new Fast s.:s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the si favorite new s.s. Wollutnbin, 300 lonSi (. ( rpUB s.'s.' Excelsior leaves Colt's Harbor X Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m.; ?ft ami ? leaves (Sydney every. .Tuesday ? oypnipg. ; % j«be s.s. - Wollumbin also .calls , as. .required. Both steamers liav'c. cold storage of most # modern arrangement, and. an impetus is now ?.-& : given lb tlie' dairyingiindustrios tliroughout iif tlie district. .iThciExcclsioriseloctricdighled tlitbugl)ont,';ar»d lias superior accommodation j 'W for passengers. ' Steward and stewardess, and ladies'Jcabink'and other' 'state rooms on deck. I. : Fares'between Coff's Harbor and Sydney Cabin)' :single.'£l :.;10s;, . return- £2 10s; Stceiage £1.. , . , - ? For. further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, — Coil's 'Harbor, or to ? GEO. W. NICOLL, ' Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney. j,. The North. Coast ...

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

110M AN CATHOLIC. Sunday, September 11 — Bowra, 11. a.m., Mass. — Rev. P. W. Ahem. Bowra, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Bene diction.— Jiev. P. W. Ahem, ...

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

Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, September 11 — Ovarii, 11 tun. — Rev. A. Graham. Upper Bueaa,3 p.m. — „ ..„??? Coramba, 7 p.m. — ,« -« ./Yew Peever, 3 p.m.— Mr. J. Hodges. Bellingen, 7 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Dorrigo, 3 p.m. — Mr. A. Palmer. U'at/lor's Arm ( Welsh'* ), 11 a.m. — Mr. D. \ Mogfortl. , Monday, September 12? Nana Glen, 7.30 p.m. — lie v. A. Graham.

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BELLINGER DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

BELLINGER DIVORCE CASE. The Jndge in Divorce gave his decision in the Black v.; Black divorce case last week. His Honor, after again referring at length to the peculiar- circumstances of the case (as reported in this paper some months ago), said lie had ;no doubt the Crown solicitor would make a searching inquiry into the case, on tl.nf tl.n i-ool fr„H, 1 in The Crown solicitor had made certain in quiries already, and had received certain letters, which he (His Honor) had not before him at present. If there had been collu sion ho hoped it would be proved before him or : wha^jTcr Judge was sitting when the rule was b:ing considered. At present he could not say that there had been col lusion, but he was suspicious of it. It must be borne in mind that the public were inter ested in divorce proceedings, and any member of the public could intervene to show why a decree should not be granted. . From the letters sent to the Crown solicitor he gathered that some member of the public might b...

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ROUGH BUT TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

ROUGH BUT TRUE. A gorresiondent writes to the .-.MmiU' i titer, — 'Mining on the North Coast is rotten ; there is too much shepherding ground until .the mining boom comes along. Con | found the nHuing boom 1 It wants too much, pap in the.. .shape of Government 'aid and j I English capital ; and yet, I suppose, we I ulmnlrl ,nnh-hn fnnlrninrh mi Pifr.hniv .'Ph*» Inv. I crnment aid helps a lot to hang out until the English capital comes along,., and that good old red herring,' judiciously drawn', encourages a few more: to back some respectable old shepherder and keep him alive, when lie would otherwise be in the poor-house. Hack ers of that- sort can be got ; but legitimate backers, whojwill put clown their money to encourage legitimate mining, can be counted on the fingers. They don't grow in these parts. The Taylor's Reward jumping case a few years ngo proved that. In that instance a syndicate could be formed, and shnres be at a premium, to encourage a rascally piece of pointing j o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ESCAPEES-ONE CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

THE ESCAPEES-ONE CAUGHT. Varley, the taller of the two men who escaped from Trial Bay prison on^August 15, was arrested at Buccarumbi on Tuesday night. The first definite ciue as to the men's movements was picked up by Senior-Constable Jordan and Constable Allman, of the Bellin ger. These officers traced the men through the Upper Dorrigo last week, getting the first newB of them near 'lyringham. It was ascer Inlnnl Hint Hin mon hull t.h«m ammraln,! being about- six hours in advance of' the other. Varley had admitted to a man from whom he got food that he was one of the men wanted, and that lie had parted from his mate that day. On Sunday Messrs. Jordan and Allman heard of the other man, Kelly, at Guy Fawkes, and they then wired all the information they had obtained. On return ing to Tyringham, they learned that Varley had gone in the direction of Grafton. They then returned to Bellingen, and learned that Varley had been arrested. It appeals that Varley managed to reach Grafton, but ...

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

LAND SELECTION. Some inquiries have been made during the week for land on the Dorrigo and in other parts of the district. An intending selector on the Dorrigo landed in the tug from the Rosedale on Monday, but decided to go home again. If the shipping communication ' was of that kind,' he said, he did not see much in taking up land about here. At the Lands Office yesterday, Emma Ross applied for an a.c.p. of 40 acres at Spickett's Creek, on the road to Bowra. Jacob Kafer applied for 40 acres a.c.p. at Taylor's Arm; he holds the fund at present as a conditional lease.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

LOCAL AND DISTRICT WANTS. Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., forwards copies of letters from the various Departments, in timating that, in reply to Messrs. Tyler, Brown, Raymond, Doepel, Matthews, Camp bell, Jordan, Piggott, and others, a double shift is beinj worked by the sand-pump dredge at the Heads, to enable the work there como up the river at the end of one month. That the maiter of a culvert over gully at foot of hill oq the road Moonee.to Sharpe's, and also re the track from Lower Bucca to Coramba, ars being considered. That the: request for iifth-class culverts instead of causeways on the road l'.owra to Upper North Arm cannot bo granted, causeways being considered more'suituble. That the Minister has approved of a bridge being erected over Baker's Creel:, Taylor's Arm.

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

SULKY ACCIDENT. Miss M.J. Martin, of Fernmount, with her younger jister anil Miss Elsie Ross, wore driving in a sulky to Fernmount on Wednes day afternoon. ' Going down Marx Hill the horse shied and overturned the sulky, throw ing the girls out on the roiul, but fortunately hurting none of them very serioujly. The hoino got ilown the bank with the sulky, and, having smashed the vehicle, the animal bolted back to Bellingen, leaving pieces of harness along the road. The younger Miss Martin had the small bone of her arm broken, and the other had a bruise or two. The horse is the same animal that caused the accident near Bellingen racecourse on May 24.

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Local Interest. MRS. PATTERSON'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

Local Interest. MRS. PATTERSON'S CONCERT. The complimentary concert to Mrs. Pat terson had to be postponed on Friday last, owing to the heavy rain. The concert will be given to-night (Friday), in Moody's hall, when a good house is expected.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 September 1898

A pathetic announcement is made by the Reid Government; it expects i to have a majority of six when the vote is taken upon Lyne's latest motion: - of censure. This means that the Govern ment and the labor party and two or three of the independents do not hope ,.rl t ? ? 1 1... mm ineu winuiutu luicoa i -u uuuu tut; Opposition led by Lyne by more than half-a-dozen votes. There is a remark able difference in the Premier's attitude too ; a kind of alternate wailing plea for mercy and an impudent angry torrent of words in abuse and defiance of his oppo nents. A year ago Reid mocked at and insulted the Opposition ; a week or two since he taunted them in the House, because he still believed that he would have a sure majority beliind him. He trusted to raising a fight, and then to bringing in some party cry which might secure him in his place a little longer. He dared the- Opposition to challenge his position, and ha apparently delayed tabling his federal resolutions in the hope that someb...

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

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

INTERESTING EVENT. Mr. F. R, H. Baker, of Fernmount, was married on Wedneaday at Milton, on the South Coast, to Miss Louie Hobbs, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Hobbs, of' Avenal. On Friday evening last Miss Hobbs was the recipient of a kindly expression of affection and goodwill on the part of the choir of S.S. Peter and Paul's Anglican Church at Milton. The presentation took the form of an elegant copy of the Church service, and it was made by the rector, the Rev. J. Hornby Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Baker will, we understand, take up their residence in Bellingen.

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

SANDKitand Son's Hucalyi'TI Extract. According to reports of a ^reat number of physicians oil the highest professional ataiid iiif;, there are oileied ICiicnlypti Kxtracts which possesses no curative qualities. In protection of the world-wide fame of SAN DEB and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from these reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in other products : — Dr. \V. U. Knsh. Oakland, Fin., writes It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sandisr and Sons'). I employed different other preparations ; they . had no therapeutic value and no effects. In one case the effects were similar to 'the oil camphora, the objectionable action of which' - is well known.' Dr. II. R. Drake, Portland,1 1 Oregon, says : 'Since I became acquainted - with tlifs preparation (i+andur- and-Sons') 1 I use no other form of eucalyptus, as I: think it is by far the best.' Dr. L.. .1'. Preston / : Lynchburg, Va., writes : '? I never' used .any, preparation ...

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