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BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The usual monthly meeting of the Bowra Progress Committee was held in Barry's Assembly Hall on September 3, Mr. W. I-\ Sullivan, president, in the chair. Owing no doubt to the busy season, the attendance was small, and consequently a number of resolu tions were held over till next meeting. The secretary read a lot of correspondence, con sisting of letters and replies which had passed between Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., nnd the Minister for Lands re the Land Board sittings at Bowra ; the correspondence showed that Mr. McLaughlin is leaving no stone unturned to secure Justice for the Nanibueea in this matter. Letters were also read from the de partment, promising to consider an applica tion for grants to improve Bowra recreation reserve anil Bowra Park ; also from Mr. Crouch, stating that it had bp?ii recommended to the Miuj«tC'r for Works to place the north bank road, Bowra to Macksville, on this year's list of scheduled roads, but that no money would be available...
MACKSVILLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
MACKSVILLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. The annual meeting of the Macksville School of Arts was held on August 13, Mr. M. Wallace, vicc- President, in the chair. The chairman explained that the object of the meeting was to elect officers for the purpose of signing the necessary contracts for the use of the old S-^iool of Arts building for a fur ther term.' The following officers we're elected unopposed : — President, Mr. S. G. Mitchell; vicc- President, Mr. M. Wallace; treasurer, Mr. A. Craig, senr. ; secretary, Mr. \V. Woods ; librarian, Mrs. Woods ; trustees, Messrs. M. Wallace anil 'J'. J. Rowe. It was derided to call another meeting of sub scribers for the purpose of electing a second vice-President and a committee of eight. This meeting was held on Saturday last, Mr. Mitchell in the chair. Messrs. E. Hitchins and Angus McKay had been nom inated for the office of vice-President ; but Mr. Hitchins' name was withdrawn and Mr. McKay was elected unopposed. There were eleven nominations for the c...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, AT the close of theservice In St. Margaret's Anglican Church, Bellingen, on Sunday night last, the Rev. G, E. Bur, 'ess announced that on Sunday week September 2i-, lie would deliver the first of n series of addresses upon the history and co tents of tFreBook of Common Prayer at BeMingsn, Fernmonnt, and Ifcllin ger Heads. The first address will dual chiefly with the great advantages claimed to be de rived from the use of a set form of prayer in public worship, as taken from the Jewish Church ami the Christian Church of the early Fathers. The Rev. C. E. Burgess will defend the tenets of Common Prayer, and will answer objections usually urged against it. . . In future it is intended to- hold moonlight services at Gleniffer, Gordonville, Barrieton, Never Never, and Dorrigo, accord ing to announcements in our church services column. We understand that St. Margaret's Church at Bellingen is to be re-seatcd with seats of the latest design, Kauri pine to bo used ; Mr. Moo...
MACKSVILLE POKY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
^MACKSVILLE PONY CLUB. A MEETING of the B?iicksville Pony and Galloway Clu-b was held at. the Star Hotel, JTaeksvi'lleyon September 'A. The report of the auditors showed that, after expending the sum of £7 12s. in improving the course sincc the March' meeting, the club still had a balance in- hand of £4 Os. A sub-committee appointed to carry out the improvements to the course reported that the course had been ploughed, rolled, levelled,, and thoroughly cleared,- nnd was now second to none in the district. Owing to these improvements hav ing only been carried out within the last month, it was decided to hold no meeting on November 9, as formerly intended,- It was agreed that the I weights for the Opening Handicap and Macka-villi! I'ony and Galloway Handicap at future race meetings be 14'3, nnd that the committee meet on the first Saturday in January to arrange a programme for March 17, 1 809.
DORRIGO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
DORRIGO ITEMS. Our correspondent writes, — Very heavy rain has fallen liciVluring the last two weeks, causing a very early spring in grass and vege tation generally. . . Steps are being taken towards having the proposed School of Arts hall erected by Christmas. . . The state of the roads generally is deplorable, some portions being impassable. . . The paper controversy aiieut the Dorrigo has caused much comment amongst the mountaineers. One selector offers to wager that the profits off his three acres of cultivation were equal to those off any ten acres on the Bellinger. . . Another topic here, causing s,-nie con sternation, is Mr. Chalmers' report in refer ence to the proposed Guyra-Coff's Harbor railway. Such a gentleman as Mr. Chalmers has never been seen or heard of in this local ity, and it is quite evident from his report that Mr. Chalmers must have been on the wrong track, according to the views of Sir. Kennedy.
A YOUNG MAN'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
A YOUNG MAN'S SUCCESS. A Victorian paper of September 9 says : — ' At Bright on Wednesday last Mr. O. V. Briner was elected President of the Shire- of Bright. Mr. Briner is quite a young mail, and has been identified with the district nearly all his life. He was elected to the Council when only 23 years of age, for the South division, and rapidly won his way to the position lie now holds. The Bright Shire is an extensive one. covering a large and important district with several large centres of population, and as. its President Mr. Briner (the youngest man ever cleeted to the office) has received the highest local honor that his native place can bestow upon him. Attached to the office is a yearly grant of £100 for the purpose-of entertaining distinguished visitors to the distHot, niid. to cover other expenses incidental to the office of President.' Mr. Briner is brother to Mr. G. S. Briner of this paper.
THE GRAFTON-BELLINGER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
THE GRAFTON -BELLINGER MAIL. IT is proposed to alter the Grafton to Bellingen] mail, which at present arrives at Bellingen on Monday at 9 a.m., so that it will reach Bellingen at 2 a.m. on Sunday. The new time-table is a curiosity as well as an absurdity. The coach is to leave Cod's Harbor at 9 p.m. on Saturdays and cover the fourteen miles to East Raleigh in one hour ; then the remaining ten miles to Bellingen take four hours. The new time-table will come into force on Sunday unless a protest and a request to suspend the matter pending inquiry be granted in the meantime. Bel lingen, Fernmount, Raleigh, Coff's Harbor, and other places will probably petition against the alteration.
Local Interest. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
Local Interest. yl , PRESBYTERIAN. The Rev. T. D. Evans has been notified through the financial secretary, Mr. Wood, that the Assembly's Commissioner, the Rev. Dr. Bruce, will pay bis official visit to the liellinger charge riextmonth. lie will arrive from Kempsey on October 13, and will re main here until October 20. On Sunday, October 16, he will officiate in the Presby terian Churcheson the liellinger; all further arrangements in connection with his visit will be made and announced later on.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
S AM) lia ami .son's Kogai.vi'TI KxtRaOt. Accoriling tn reports, of- a trreat number of physicians nt llie hiL'lieat professional stand ing, there are ofVereil Kucal.vpM Kxtraets which possesses 110 curativc qualities. I11 proterttton of t he worlil-ivide ? fume of San umt and m-nh' preparation we puhhyli a few ahsll'nels tKiin these reports, wlneli bear fully 011 1, that no rellanoe can be plaeed Iii other pi'oiluuls !— -Dr. W. H. Hush. Oiikliinil. ' Kill., writes : It is snmeiimes clittieiill. to nbtain tlie genuine anirie (SanOHH AND SONS'). I employed different oilier prepa rat ions j they had no therapeutic value and no effects. In One ease I lie effects were similar to the nil caaipliora, the objectionable action of which is Well knowii.' IJr. II. B. IJrake, I'ortlainl. Oregon, says : '?Since I tieeame ai'i|iininleil with this pT-ei'niaiiiin (SANDBtt and Hons') 1 use no oilier form of eucalyptus, as I think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. 1'. Pteston, Lynchburg. Va„ writes : ??...
DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
DISTRICT WANTS. Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., has been in formed as follows : — In answer to a request for £75 for completing the Bnccrabendinni road to the Bowra and Upper North Arm road, the Minister has approved of the con nection, nnd as the owner of the land affected Ikis given unconditional permission to enter without compensation, the work will be pro ceeded with' at once. That some necessary improvements to the road between Macks ville and Upper Deep Creek will birput in hand' at once.- That funds available from this yea'rs vote will be' spent in completing the road from Siiaipe's up the east bank Oiava River, -That the works necessary tc com plete the opening of the road from Bowra to Taylor's Arm' will be put in hand shortly.
MR M'LAUGHLIN, M.P., IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
MRi M'LAUQHLIN, NJ.P-, IN P'ARMAMENT. j [l)'rom J/tmmrd.] j C)ft August 24 in Parliament, Mr. McLaughlin, M.Pii spoke 011 tbe Ad dress-in- Iteply. ? Hie said i— 1 wish to refer to' a remark uladri by the lion, member of West Macquarie last week in reference to tbe Attorney General. At tho time I interrupted tbe lion, member, mid poiiltdrf out thilt his statement was not correct. . 1 1 alltldo to his remark*: - . ; III the.SlcSharry ense the Siim'of i'22.000 hnrl'heeirj'aiil .for costs, an. I oat of rhiit sain '.trio iiHon.ji.)ol)r) IJenj-v l)Tnift scooped .the 'l'reas'uiy fol- iieitrty i 17.000. jlt'.is' absolutely tintrud tliilt a sitni ?of was paid ont of the Treasury For'costs ill that case, and it is equally untrue and Uufouiidedi: that a ? sijm lof £17,1)00 was paid to . the . Hon. iJ: Hi Wnnt. Tbe award was £22,000. T'he i.ease lasted tor three months.-,. Fifty-two -Witnesses were, pajil, and Mr.-. Want and1 1 Mr. It. -E. O'Connor were paid by -Mr. McSharry, and tho oilly amou...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
WEDDING. ON Wednesday last, September 7, the Rev. W. H. Marshall, Presbyterian Minister at Macksville, was married to Miss Itachael Trees, the youngest daughter of Mr. A. J. Trees, of Commandant Hill. The wedding, which took place at tlie residence of the bride's parents, was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives being present. The cere mony was performed' by the Rev. John lay lor, The happy pair left the same afternoon for Maeksviile. 'or many years past the bride was a teacher at the West Kempsey Wesieyan Sabbath School, and on Sunday last she was the recipient of two handsome volumes, which were presented as a small token of the esteem that was felt by the teachers and scholars-. — Madeayi Argus.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
Brief Mention. The Sydney Domain was first opened on Tuesday, September 13, 1831. Kelly, the second Trial Bay escapee, is still free, and there are no tidings of him. Sir George Gray, the veteran statesman, late of New Zealand, is dead, aged 86. The drought is severe in the Millie district, near Narrabri, and sheep are dying in great numbers. It will be worth your while to price the boots, groceries, etc., etc., at Hitchins' store, Macksville.* The Empress of Austria was murdered by an anarchist while travelling in Switzerland on Saturday. Robt. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur cha63r of pigs and cattle, fats or Btores, in large or small lots.* The Clarence River was discovered on September 5, 1827, or 71 years ago. It hasn't got over the discovery yet. Influenza is raging in nnd around Bowra, and scarcely a house is without sufferers ; no serious results have, however, yet occurred. In Tasmania there is a family named Death, and their nearest neighbors are named Coffin. The familie...
ORARA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 September 1898
ORARA NOTES. WITHOUT any official information in refer ence to the rich development in the Beacon mine, I am in a position to state that it is perfectly correct to say that an extraordin arily rich shute of gold has been struck in the mine. What extent the shute is likely to run is only known to Mr. Crabb and his staff. It is, however, very satisfactory to know that the rich development has occurred at the mine's deepest levels. . . A very successful (the first) meeting of the Lower Bucca Debating Club took place on Saturday evening. The Government introduced and carried a bill for the abolition of capital &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; punishment. The debate was interesting and animated throughout, the Government winning on a division by 26 to 16. . . The recent trial crushing from the big reef at the Mystery gave a return of 12lwts. to the ton ; this is highly satisfactory, and has put the shareholders in, good spirits. Another de velopment in the Mystery is the disc...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXT, Lady Feo looked np at liimi ' V on agreed, then, to liny her silence by means of n large sum of , money. 7'. ? she snid quietly. Antony's f-iee fliished, , ^ ' ' I had no. definite thou'glitvor'Avllat 1 wanted or tliil not want just then, ».Feo,' lie said, huskily. 'V' I 'wns-'im .'longer a sane man. Tlie whole of this business seemed to have set my brain on fire. ^ I ICII JWII 1 1.11,1 .............. ..-? an end to my life. Why Dick did not let me do so I -.dou't^ifiiderstaiid/' , Now thntall ls clear, to nie,i ii'i\v.'that-nsee. the true meaning of his friendship, F see how false nil his enre nnd distress about tne wns.' _ . I fLndy iFeodora put ? her hendi upon his shoulder with' a sigh. * j 'Oh,;Tony, — -my dear, my only, brother — it ninkes me cold when 1 look buck .- and realise, what a life you must have led in the hands of such nn enemy/ Tony( tliis man lias linted yon witli the subtle cunning linte of n uindninn. I don't know- anything defin...
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
' Eclides. By The Pu.ouim. Anything ip tliia eoluiiin isthot necessarily. ? identified with tlifeji'oliey of the paper. ' In' order to' keej- up' tlie population of '.Madiignsctir, every nihil of- 25'' years who is: not' tlie:-' Fatlibri of. a 'child,' whether legitiniate or ' illegi'timato,' will have to pay ail . aiiiinnl : tax of: 15 ' francs, while sin'gle or cliildlti^s yotiiig women/ovcr 25. years will have to pay half the ' amount. 7T , 7T TT* -K -K -n -R ? ALEHANiJEii ;-Jattv (77), who had been a colonist for 08 years, died very suddenly ; in* chut'clr in ' Melbourno on Sunday week.': He liad /.just entered. his seat in tho Brunswick Presbyterian Church, and was in tho attitude of prriyer when ho stood up with a start and expired. Death was dud to failure of the iieart. : * * .* ' * ? * : * *' * Andrew Daley, aged 83, residing at West Melbourne, with hiS wife find child, nlteuipted to coninrtit suicide by cutti/Ig his ithroat. Ho had bc'eii stewa(-d.6n board, the steamer Bar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
: The ^ * Partners* . ' . .. West ,? * 6c0pefative * 0©iiipany $? of n.S.W., Htd. ^ Established issi . . : . . RE-oitUANizED 1898. vfc wits i established by the Farmers to *** supply a long felt want, and nets as ' The Compafty AGENTS in the interest tit the ?3f£ p'ro'ducer only. ANNUAL TL/RNOVeR - - £3-X),odbi; & 1 Pfodufc'6 Salesmen . . .- ^ - . . Livestock Atic'ti6n6efS -rrf!S-4S*4S-i3xSf4Sx©f-^9- FARMERS... ^ should protect their own interests by fion & signing tlieir produce to a hom fide Fakm-krs' Co-operative Institution Head Office ... v Sussex Street, ilydfiey. ^ Branches at .? . . ^ Newcastle, Wollongong, Orange* and Frematntle, W.A. iSi. I'JzlJ'ZQ*- 'A tf. I jPJW^En^.^^J^TT^^OJvlr^^ATa^^L^Br^\ ' 51? THIS IS THE I [QRAF i 4 iJjgtTEA 'GOLDEN TIP CEYLON.' | yOU WANT. Once triod, always u'sod. 1/3 and 1/6 per lb. Samples post free. I .,Va,.... Yon have to BLUB BOOK of course? If not, WRITE FOR IT. It coats While I live I II crow. nothing, and will help you con...
COFF'S HARBOR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
COFF'S HARBOR NEWS. ?'F}fj& -annual meeting of the Coff's ? Harbor Cricket Club; was liejd on Satur day last,:. September 17,- the ntlendnnce^ being good. - The -nnnuiil report; .and balti nce-sheet were' adopted,;- the balande .sheet showing-, a: crsdit balance of :.£1' -17s. 5d. :..'iThe income !wtis ;il(J' 19s.' and. , the:expenditure iS8 lsi-7d.-.', During the ,season;23 , members -paid tip.- Iv Mr.v, AV. - Best was, elected -President Tor-tho en suing year, Mr. '.McLaughlin, ? M;P.; ? Patron, Mcssrs. ShephaViland McGregor. . vicc-presidents'j ;M r. F. .^niall 'Secretary ?.and; treasurer;- - and Mesgrs. ; J?. .Sjnidt,' , W . ;Bcst,i and A . ; W. . G regg a selection ?coinn)ittoe.vr/Thoi;-fee.'for''!V-)ionibership ;was fixed .at 3s. -vMr. -. A. , t McGregor olTered a' guinea bat .as a trophy fo.r the highest batting ,;average duripg 1 \tlie ..coi^iing'soason,- the winner to play in at ?'Jeast :two-thirds of vthe ; matches ' up ??...to ) .'May 2J:.i Tho . batting/ averages...
THE MOTION OF CENSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
THE MOTION OF CENSURE. The vote on Mr. Lyne's ainendirient was taken about midnight on' Thnrsdny last in the Assembly, the result being a majority of four- for the Government. Mr. Neikl refused to leave a.ballto voto for the Go'veruinent ; Mr. Young was away on tlie Macleay, and Mr.'Newman was absent through .illness. .The Op position refused to 'find a V pair ' , for Mr. Newhiaii, heoause.the hitter litis not yot been sworn in. ? Of the- ' Indepen dent ' party only- Messrs. Meagher and Gillies 'voted'with the -.Go'veruinent,- and uf course the'. Labor party, went- ; solid for Mr. Reid. There was intenseexoitement in the House during the night, iand some members ivlio . were ill , .in : bed at their homes were induced. to : risk; their health to vote foi-ithe Government. Tlie divi sion was as follow?,— Ayes 5i— Barnes, 'Bennett,* : Uyrue, Alexander Campbell, Carroll, '.Chanter, Cohen, Crick,. Grnick- sh'anki -'David .iDavis, :: .W; .W. Davis,. Diglit; Donaldson, Ewiug, . Ferris, '.F...