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

CRICKET. The following have been chosen to play in the Married V. single mutch on Bellingen Park to-morrow (.Saturday) afternoon, play to begin at 2 o'clock sharp, — Married : G. J. Henderson, S. J. Piggott, H. P. Baly, F. T. Matthews, G. Wills, W. Wills, G. Barr, A. G. McLachlan, F. Whatson, E. J. Deverell, W; Brown, F. Smythe, H. A. Evans, and J. E. Tyler. Single : G. S. Briner, E. F. Crouch, A. G. Apsey, W. Jay,'H. Jay, W. A. John ston, H. W. Hamilton, W. R. Cowdery, S, E. Moore, W. W. WilsoD, and W. E. Best.

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

Echoes: Br The PiLoniM. Anything in this column is not necessarily identified with the policy of the paper. ; Last week one steamer took away £600,000 in sovereigns to America. We got cheap goods in return. ******** At the Mudgee police court last week Henry Thomas Larg-e was committed for trial oil a chargo of obtaining an elector's right by means of false declar ation, he being under tho ago of 21. ****** ** The excellence of Stoddarfc's cricket at 'home this season, writes a London correspondent, has been in marked con trast to his display in Australia, and effectually squashes the suggestion that lie has lost his form. Playing for Middlesex against Lcceistershire last week, lie scored an innings of 157. * * * * * * * * Madame Melba travels in the United States en princesse, the hire of the Melba railway car costing, it is said, £500 for the two months' tour. . Her domestic staff includes a personal chief, at n fee of £80 for two aionths, a per sonal waiter at £30, and a porter a...

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

Brief Mention. Five inclics of rain fell at lielliugen last week. Signor Sucel, the fasting man, has fasted at Turin for 33 days. An application has been lodged for a license for a second hotel at Bowra. Mr. O'Reilly is petitioning against the re turn of Mr. Ferris for Parramatta, Before purchasing your grocery elsewhere, call and see Hitohins' price list.* The Victorian Premier favors the retention of the stock tax till federation is assured. Macleay people are urging the completion of a road from Taylor's Arm to Grecnhills. Caulfield has instituted proceedings against John Norton for alleged libel ; damages, £3000. The Nambucca bar is reported to be better than ever, there being nearly eleven feet at low water. Mr. J. T. Faulks intends visiting this dis trict monthly for the purpose of buying pigB and poultry. The Opposition will not support any can didate against either of the Ministers seeking re-election.. ? Rout. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser of pigs and, cattle, fat...

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. ? ? ? CHAPTER XXI. Antonv paused once more by the writiiiK-tiililp. ' Ostensibly,' bp saiil, ami tlidrfl wns n note in bis voice tlmt scorned to. tell of mine (1pi»|) bitter resentment, souiu snd-! den sense of injury, 9ome overwbelmini;) dotibt. At* nil :event$ . Ulclr wdnti ( lirongli tbi' form', of .'settin\'~J.-efiire'iiiej till tbe folly nwl niispry which, siicli'n tnnrringe inn«l entail; mid yet— — ' He broke' off. ' How bard it is to doubt. l'Vn ! ' lie said, |iiis?lf)nately. ' I have never flonbtefl liini| ii(jv(jr .qneaiioned bis: ? motives, ? ns von ki)ow( until to-nii»lit and now Well, it seems 'strange' to me that. I could linvc been so -bliiicU-^* , th nt I conlf) Jinve seen things sojdiffer ; cntly fron? wlint tliey were ! ' He a;i;ew ? quieter flgniii after that ? one: on tbnj-st of n|iBSsjt);j.j, his voico- bad-. tho.'.'olda-wcij.ry.' . to fje-jn it. ' It . wns in -tlio_s_e fool|.sh ; ; .days I- lmve just - been spijnkiiii; about ihat she first ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

DANDISltSON AND SON are Cash . Buyers of Maize, liigest price given. FBAHU, Practical Watch and Clock . -Maker, Bowra. All work guaranteed. Teams Wanted. rpiOAMS wanted for Lou-hauling to Coff's JL Murlior sawmills. Prices from 2s. lo 2s. ili 1 . Apply-at oncu to II. OASICYY Manager. Grand Ball. r PI HIS ANNUAL BALL in connection with JL - the Bellinger Heads School of Arts will be held on Friday, Sop.omber 80. Hall enlarged, Fall particulars next issue. A. G. JICLAOHLAN, ? Hon. See. , ,,£1 Reward. iT OST. Stolen, or Strayed — One Chestiiut - l j Horse, ? witti- star on forehead, long bushy tail, -, biandcd B -j. over ti on neiir shoulder, the property oE Mr. Moller. Tlie above reward will be paid on delivery to — ItliV. 0. IS. BUItGKSS....* : . Pigs and'iPoultry. ? 1 J T. FAULKS (representing Mr. C. Barnes, , butcher, of Sydney) is a cash buyer of I'igs and Poultry, in any quantity. J. T. F. will visit the Orara ami Bellinger monthly, due notice of which will be advertised in The K...

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BELLINGER RIVER UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

BELLINGER RIVER UNION. The adjourned public meeting for the forming of a Bellinger River Union was held in the Bellingen School of | Arts on Saturday night. Previous to the general meeting -the committee ap pointed to frame a code for governing the Union met. and did their work. Mr. David Anderson was voted to - the -chair at the public-meeting, 'and there -was 'a fairly good v attendance. - A telegram was read from Mr. A. Black of Fern muiint exptessing regiet that he was (unable-to attend, .and sending his ? sub fscripti6ii a1i'd'g-i!)d-wishV's'fo'r tlie. success of the Union.1 .The rules submitted by the Committee were then dealt with, and several were amended. , The fol lowing we're finally' adopted : — 1. That the society shall be known as The Bellinger I'iver Union. / 2. That all bona Jill u residents of the district -inny become members of this Union upon payment of a hair-yearly fee of. Is. (id. ? .8. The objects of this- Union shall be to .promote the progress aiid general ...

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BELLINGEN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. Before Messrs. H. A. Evans chairman). H. Bonltwood, and E. Raymond, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

... BELLINGEN POLICE ...COURT. !? Monday; Skitkmuer 12. ? i Before Messrs. II. A. Evans (chair-, man). II. IJotiltwood, nnd E. Raymond, Js. P. COACH t.ICENSE. liBNUY Ai.hkut Alii. iss was granted a license for a coach to carry nine pas sengers in any part of fie district. HAWK Klt*S LICliNSE. Edward Mclntyri', of Gleniffer, wns granted a hawker's license. ALLEGED ASSAULT. McCristal 77. McNnlly. — In this case 'Timothy McCristal summoned John McNally for assaulting him, near Bellin gen wharf, on August 21. Mr. C. McKen/.io appeared for the- defence. The chairman suggested that the par ties iu this case, lieiug neighbors, should settle the matter outside in a friendly way. They accordingly left the court, and a lively discussion took place be tween them. Eventually, however, the matter was settled and the complaiuaul withdrew the charge. The Bench said the best thing bad been done. ALLIirtliD ASSAULT OS A WOMAN. Moore Mcllwa'-.- was charged liy John S. Matliison, of Fernmount, with ha...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

THE MARKETS. Mkssrs. II rc.i., CijAitic,. and Co. re port : — The fat pig - market -is well supplied,. but wfthfn requirements,, owing to intercolonial orders being. strongly in demand' ; prices for all descriptions-'show little- allferation, results being very en couraging. We quote extra prime weichtv back fatters £i 1 -f s. to -1*. a few exceptionally good reaching £3 10s. ; prime weighty baconers £2 8s. to £2 12s., good lieavo- £2 &s. to- £2 8s., good £1 l'J's. to £2.' -is., light 80s. to ii-7s.. best heavy porkers 24-s. to 28s., good 21s. to 28s., others from 14s. to 20s., according to weight and quality ; we sold 300. John See nnd Co. report : — Maizo 2s. 2d. to 2s. 4d., he.ivy stocks, and shipments increasing rapidly, only a . light local demand, buyers holding off anticipating a further decline ; pigs 4d. to 5d. The Farmers' Co-operative Company wired yesterday that full supplies wero forward in fat pigs, and that the market continues good... Intercolonial buyers uro...

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PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, September 18- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday. September 18 — . Bell inger Heads, 1 1 aM.~Rev,T.D. Evans. Fernmount, 3 p.m. — „ . „ i, Bellingen, 7 p.m. — ' „ „ „ Upper laylor's. Arm, 10 a.m.—Itev. II'. II. Marshall. jMaelisville, 7 p.m.— Rev. W.H. Marshall. Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Mr. B. Mogford. i

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Through the Wire, Sydney, Thursday In tho Assembly yesterday, a .petition was presented by Mr. Bavistcr against the return of Mr. Wise for Ashfield. Mr. O'Sullivan moved the adjournment of the House to complain of tho incon renience caused to members by the ab sence of Mr. Youner. Minister for Works. who had left his office to oanvass for Mr. Smith against Mr. Barton. Mr. Crick declared that Mr. Young's action was an outrage, and that ho was im properly absenting himself from his office. Mr. Crick said that the action of Mr. Young warranted a motion of censure upon the Government. The speaker explained that the English House of Commons had decided that it was highly criminal for any Minister to directly or indirectly use the powers of his office in connection with tho election of a member of parliament.. Mr. Chan ter said Mr. Young should' be- impeached. Mr. Reid said Mr. Brunker was attend ing to tho Public Works Department. The debate on the motion of censure was...

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ANGLICAN. Saturday.. September 17- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

ANGLICAN. Saturday- September 17 — ? Coff's Harbor ( Mr . Gill's'), 7 pjn. — Rev . C. E. Burgess. Sunday, September 18 — Cofamla, 11 a.m. — Rev. C. E. Burgess. Upper Bweea, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Coram ia, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ . Bellingen, 11 a.m.— Mr. Ilarris-Wallter. Bellinger Heads, 3 p.m. — J, „ . „ Fertmount, 7 p.m. — „ ,, ,, Monday, September 19 — Upper Oram, 7 p.m. — Rev. C. E. Bttrgess-. Friday, September 23 — . . ..._ Fig Tree, 7 p.m. — Mr. Harris- Walker, Sunday, September 25 — Bellingen, 11 a.m. — Rev. C. E. Burgess. Fernmount, 3 p.m. — „ „ » Bellinger Heads, 7 p.m. — „ „ Nambueea Heads, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris Walltcr. Bmoraville, 3 p.m. — Mr. Ilarris-Wallter. Macksville, 7 p.m. — „ ,, „ Monday, September 26 — Argent's Ilill, 7 2-.m. — Mr. Harris- Walker.

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CONCERT AT BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

CONCERT AT BELLINGEN. The concert in Moody's hall, Bellin gen, on Friday night, tendered as a complimentary benefit to Mrs. N. E. Patterson, wns n grent success. Tho weather was fine and visitors came from all parts of the district, tho audienco being the largest and most representa tive ever seen in Bellingen. All those who had promised to assist came, with the exception of Mr. Collins, who was compelled to go olsowhore on business. Tho Nambueea was well represented amongst those who assisted at the con cert, while Mr. Popkin came all the way from Mount Browne, beyond Coff's Har bor, to lend his valuable aid. During Friday nftornoon the stage had been nicely decorated by willing hands, and presented a pleasing appearance. Prior to the opening of the concert the Bellin ger Brass band played some selections outside the hall. This was the first ap pearance of the band in public, and there had been much curiosity as to how they ; would acquit themselves. The members have only been prac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

Legal. MR. J. R. MARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required, and may be consulted by let ter. Government Advertisements. District Inspector of Schools' Office, Grafton, September 2, 1S98. , rpEN.DEKS will be received by the under _L signed till September24forlhe Erection 01' SCHOOL ISUlr, DINGS AT OLEKIFJfEIS, near Bellingen. Plan and specification may . be seen at the public school., Bellingen. A. LOBBAN.' Sa-78. District Inspector. Electoral Office, Helliiigen, ; ' s ' September 7, 1898. RALEIGH ELECTORATE. * rpHE General Lists for the above Elector . JL ate are now open for inspection nt my office nnd at every Post Office within the Electorate, without fee, until the day beforii holding the Revision Court. HENRY P. iiALY, ; Electoral Registrar.

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of : Day of Sun, Sun Water / AVeck. , Month. Rises. Sets, at the . , . Heads. : ? H M H M A.M. Sundav ... Sept, 18 ;-5'-52 -5 -48- 9 54 Mondny i ? ? ,19 5 .51 5 48 10 27 -Tuesday,,:... „? -20 5 49 5 49 11 8 Wednesday ?„ 21: ,5'48 .. , 5-50 11 41 . . ? ?, ' 1\M. Thursday. ... : „ ' 22 r- .40 fi GO 12 1 Friday v23. 5 40. 5 51 12 54 Saturday ... . '24 5 44 5 52 1 57 Moon's Phase. — New Moon at 10 a.m. on - ! Friday, September 1G. FRIDAY, SEPTE3I IlElt 10, 189S.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

CRICKET. Bellingen Park was tbe scene of the first match of the season on Saturday after noon, when the unmarried players played the benedicts, Tlie married men . made Hi, batting !- men, nnd the single men, batting 11, made 46. The match, like most matches of theBame kind early in the season, was not very interesting, nnd no one showed much form in either batting or bowling. . . A general meeting of members of the Bellingen club wns held in tlie rcai|in-; room of the School of Arts on Tuesday night, the princi pal business being to discuss the proposal to have an Association. Mr. Henderson was in the ehnir. Mr. Crouch read a letter From Mr. F. Whatson, secretary of tho Never Never cl lib, in which it was suggested that a Cricket Association be arranged. The letter was received, nnd on the motion of Mr. G. S. Briner, seconded by Mr. C. McKenzie, it wns unnnimoiisly decided, ' That the secretary of { the Never Never club- be informed that the Bellingen club is prepared1 to assist in ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

?The Rai.eioh Son rises to say a few words to the electors of the Hastings and Macleay ; it does not wish to dictate, '.but merely to point out that they ant b$ing asked by the Reid Government to stultify themselves by voting for Mr. Sydney Smith, Into Minister for Mines -.and Agriculture. ' The candidature of Mr. Smith is mie of the meanest hints ever let fall upon the public life of this colony, and Mr, Smith and his political bottle-holders, Messrs. Reid, Young, and Co., must have a poor opinion of the intelligence and manliness of the electors in the Hastings and Macleay district if they think that they ean. force the disowned politician from Bathurst upon them. When Sydney Smith was defeated at the general election the Government organ, the Daily Telegraph, managed to spread reports that here and in other colonies Mr. Smith's loss was regarded as a kind of national dis aster ; any farmer of experience, educa tion and common sense, wonl'cf be ten times a better man, than Mr. Syd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

FURNITURE , C ARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. ' HAVE PLEASED OTHERS. CAN PLEASE YOU. H ALL'S DRAWING-ROOM. SUITE. Tastefully Upholstered; in Rich Silk Tapestry nnd Plush Borders, ? Settee, Pair Arm CIniirs» rtivd -I Curved Small Chairs, £4 10s. . Hall's have on view 50 Drawing-Room Hall's have on view 30 Dining-Room 6 ? ' ? HALL'S POLISHED WALNUT COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, Wardrobe with best Plate-glass Door, Diiohesse Toilet, Chest Drawers, with Glass attached,. and Marble-topped Wash stand, 2 Cane Chairs, and Towel Rail,. 10s. HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, Covered in Best Quality Crocket's Cloth, -Large Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 6 Padded-back Small Chairs, SIX GUINEAS. Suites, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas, 'uites, from £5 15s. to 25 guineas. HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full Size Double Wiro M attress, Tap 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, 5M, 563, 565, 567 GEO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

STEAM TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. W.Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. nPHE b.b. Excelsior leaves CofF's Harbor JL Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., anil leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. Both steamers have cold storage of most modem arrangement, and an impetus is now given to the -lairying industries throughout the district. The Kxcelsior is electric-lighted throughout, and has superior accommodation p forpa'ssengers. Steward and stewardess, and ladicB' cabins and other state rooms on deck. Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney Cabin, single £1 10s., return £2 10s; Steerage £1. . ? -TI . , _ ' For further particulars, apply Bests Hotel, — Coff's lltiihor, or to ' ' ' ' ' I GEO. W. NICOLTi, Pacific Wharf, Pruitt-st., Sydney. ' The Nortli Coast STEAM » NAVIGATION » CO., i LIMITED, j rpIIU favojite s s, ROSEDALE will make . JL fiequent ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday. September 18- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sundav. September 18 — Bowra, 11 a.m., Man. — Rev. P. IF. Ahern Bowra, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Bene diction.— Rev. P. W. Ahern.'

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898

Cliurcli Services. I WESLEYAN. Sunday, September 18 — yever JVever, TT a.m. — Ke-v. A. Graham. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — ,, „ » Fernmount , 7 p.m. — „ „ M Gleniffer, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Sunday, September 25 — Qrara , 11 a.m. — lieu. A. Graham. Upper Bucea, 3 p.m. — ? ' „ „ Nana. Glen, 7 p.m. — „ ,,_ » . Bellingen, 7 p.m. — Mr. R. Griffith: Iferer tVever, 3 p-.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Gleniffer, 3 p.m. — Mr. A. Palmer. Taylor's Arm ( Welsh's ),11 a.m. — Svpply. JSowravUle, 3 p.m. — „ „. „

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