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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
Party government is responsible for the scandalous character of. the fipfli t between Messrs. Bartok and -Sydney S-rrrn in the Hastings-Maclehy 'electorate f fust as it is ? responsible for several more of tlie1 worst fentnres of ' our political life, i Barton bel oners to the Opposition pivrtv. which wants to bring about . fuderution in its owa way ? but wants even raore eagerly to occupy the Government benches. Reid is the head of the other party which, holds the Ministerial fort, and which: -draws the big salaries and lias a good time at the country's expense. Consequently when' Barton decided to get into Parliament through the patriotism of Mr. Prank Clarke and the electors of the Hastings and Macleay, the Reid party determined to keep him out if it could, and it has not been particular about its methods in trying to crush its formidable opponent. IF tliflm iq n. nlinnno— . .n remote and small chance — that the Reid party may loso its billet in the near future, and the Reid part...
A PAINFUL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
A p-AWFUL, CASE, SbU'B time ago Mr. Denis Sweeney, lilaeli uraith, late of Bowra and now of Smithtown, met with a painful accident. Mr. Sweeney is subject to fits, and while in one of these he fell into the fire, A friend, however, was at hand, anil rescued him before he was seriously injured. On Friday Inst Mr. Sweeney wa3 again seized with a fit, while heating a ploughshare. The red-hot share fell on his thigh, and stuck there for some time, literally roasting the flesh. The sufferer was taken to tho Kempsey hospital, where he is now under treatment, ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
I£0bt'. J. Sjiith, butcher, is a tfn'sli pu'r cha3?r of pigs and crfttle, fitts or stores, in large or s'mrill Idts.* ' . SAnder and Son's HutfAt/Yi'Ti BxtRAOf According to reports of n great number of 'physieinn8 of' tfie higt/est, professional stand ing. there p.ie atferccl liiicntypti lOxtrncts .wliicsli possesses no curative qualities. In protection of the world-wide fame of San; ^Eli AND Sons' pre'paratioirwe publish n few 'abstracts fiom these tepoTts, rfhicli bear fully out that no rclinnce enn be .placed in other products i — Dr. W. li. Ililsh, Oakland, Kin., writes It Is sometimes diflictilt. to obtain the' genuine article (SAndkr^and Sons'). I employed different other propnrnflons ; they had no tllerapeiltic value nnd no cifcets. In tine ense the effects were similar to the oil enmphorn, the objectionable action of- which is well known.' Dr. If . B. Drnkc; Portlands, Orcgrth, says ! ' I^i nee 1 becnmc nequninteil with this preparation (Sander and Sons') I use no other form...
GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
CSO0D NEWS, During the' week we inspected1 the fine new stock imported1 di-cect) from' tlie home' factories' by Sir. K. '1'.- Matt-liews. The goods are worth' looking at',- and worth- buying too: An important feature of the' Bellingen Store business is- that Mr. Matthews imports direct and Baves much- expense; thus being able to sell cheap. It would take too long to enumer ate the various lines just marked tip, but we can recommend an early visit. The new stock- is advertised in this issue.
WEDDINGS, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 23 September 1898
WEDDINGS. At the residence' of Mrs. Cleaver, Never Never, on Wednesday morning, the Rev. A. Graham (Wesleyan) officiated at a wedding. The bride was Miss Lillian Cleaver, daughter of Mrs. Cleaver and neice of Mr. W. Lean, J.P.; the bridegroom was Mr. William Henry &nbsp; Clerke, son of Mr. Seward Clerke, of the Manning River. Miss Maud Cleaver was bridesmaid to her sister, and Mr. W. Cleaver was best man. Alter the ceremony there was an impromptu breakfast, at which the usual toasts were honored. A number of guests, mostly young people, held a picnic during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clerke go to live at either Raleigh or Bellinger Heads. A wedding was celebrated by &nbsp; &nbsp; the Rev., Father Ahern in the R.C. Church at Bowra on September 13, the contracting parties being Mr. John Laverty and Miss McGree, of Taylor's Arm. . . Mr. J. O'Rellly, of Seven Oakes (Macleay), and Miss S. Saul, of Clybucca, were married at Clybucca on September 14,
BELLINGEN COURTS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. Before Messrs. W. G. Burton Smith, P.M., H. A. Evans and H. Boultwood, J's.P. SMALL DEBTS, POISONING DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
BELLINGEN COURTS. ' Monday, Sisptembe'r 2G. Before . Messrs. W, G. Burton Smith, P.M., II. A. Evans and H. . Boultwood, J's.P. SMALL DEBTS, POISONING DOGS. ,,, | ? i . Aliikrt- Barden ...was complainant in a case against Patrick Considine, tlio latter being charged with having - care lessly laid poison on his land and caused the death of* two dogs belonging to Albert Barden, and valued at £10. iu.. ? ? ? I»vu,ai6iii- appuuiuu tot piUllllIU who stated that he and Considine ? were neighbors near Bellinger.. Heads' ; lie re cently owned two dogs which had died from the effects of poison ; he taxed Considine with having poison laid in his paddocks, and Considine told him he had it in all the paddocks, and that lie had put it on a calf which had been killed ; no notices of poison had been put up by ..Considine, nor were his (Barden's) dogs muzzled ; he valued the dogs at £10. : George Rose and Mrs. Tye Foo gave evidence that defendant had told them lie laid poison in his paddocks. Defend...
INTERESTING WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
. INTERESTING WEDDING. From tho Ulladulla and Milton. Times (Milton) of September 10, we take the following,—' '.Orange Blossonjs' ?' ? The parish church of SS. Peter and Paul was ablaze with a wealth of floral -decoration on Wednesday last on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Sarah Jjotusa tiouus, Avenel, with -i.vj.iv i4 red- | crick Robert Hall Baker, Fernmount. Tho chancel was converted into a perfect bower of loveliness by the friends of the bride ; and their exquisite taste in decor ~ ativo urt was the: theme of universal admiration. Beautiful festoons of myr tle, interwoven with lilies and marguer ites, marked off the reserved seats ..set apart for the guests; Two magnificent arches — a greater and a less- — were erected in the chancel, the pale, d.olicutc tints of which were gracefully relieved by a wealth of arum Jilies, mountain moss, and marguerites; whilst depending from the principal arch, and immediately ovor the. place where the bride stood, was the piece de resist...
GUYRA-COFF'S HARBOR RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
GUYRA-COFF'S HARBOR RAILWAY. ? A, meeting .of- tho Guyra-ColFs Har- I *bor Railway League was held at Mr. W. , Bust's, hotel, Coff's Harbor, on Saturday . - last, September 24, at -2.30 j-.m. Mr. ; James Maries (president) occupied the . ;chair. The lion, secretary, Mr. James . isuchnnnn, laid before tho meeting the roport of Mr. Surveyor Chalmers, and pointed out that (ho League had asked j to have tho unfinished part of Mr. Ken nedy's survey completed. - Mr. Chalmers - 1 did , not^gov/'tvitliin ...two.winiles r.* Kennedy's jlino,; and therefore was not ? able to report upon it. He ?simply.spent a few days in the district, walked up to '.Kennedy's last camp, and return-d and ; sent in his report. What can we think if a fiiatler of such importance, not oiily to the district but to Hie whole colony, as tbe connection of the tableland of New England with the const ?; by railway is .treutcd in such n manner. The League lias tried for n long -time to have this survey comploted.. It has ...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
' ? ' ? '' Sunlight Flashes. Taitouaii tiib Wire. Sydnisv, Tuesday. Mri. BA'ittON was accorded a magnifi cent, reception., tfn Monday night in Sydtiey; in spite of tho wet weather. When he 'landed at Circular Quay an immense crowd cheered him enthudiasti: cally. A profession of drags an'd other vehicles* was .form'ed,- and; preceded by a mtisica'l band, travelled thro'tfgh Hie cilyt great crowds joining in aiVd cheering 'l.-w. -ii ti.„ --j. .--*???.- -i-. iiuuii (in uiwiiy un.Muuii', iur. jjiirtun . niane-n stirnn'g speech, and promised no mercy to th'e Government. Every refer ence to Mrs Reid and Mr. Young was greeted with hoots rtu'd -gro'arfsi. Mr.' Frank Clarko was I'dpeatodly called for by the crowd, and received an' ovation' each timo.: At a banquet subsequent to these proceedings .200 sat down. Mr. Barton in a speech said the Government had played their last trick, and the reign of the .usurpers was at an end. As the writ is delayed, Mr- Barton' cannot take his seat until Thu...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
THE MARKETS. Hill, ClArk, and Co. wired yester day, —The fat pig markot is heavily sup plied this woek, and good heavy . baconors are still selling well, but porkers ai'o much lower, especially heavy descriptions, owing to the completion of Western : Australian ordors. -We quoto 'extra primo weighty back' fottors from 54s. to 64s., oxcoptioilally weighty to' 70s. '; primo weighty, baconcrs. 48s. to 52s., ^ood heavy 45s. to '48s., good. 3'9s.. to -44s.-, liftht 27s. to 3os.:^ best heavy porkers^22s. to 26s.; good 19s.. to 23s., others from 14s. Wo sold ovor 200. 'John Seo and Co. wired yosterday : — Maize 2s. 3d. to 2s. 5d., fair demand, but only regular shipments will keop the'market steady ; pigs 4d. to fid. , . Tho ; Farmers'. Co-operativo Company wired yestorday that pricos of pigs were still firm, heavy baconors soiling at' 48s. to 50s., best poi leers to 28s. : eggs, (id. ; maizo, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 5d., limited denjand.
BELLINGEN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
BELLINGEN CLUB: The .'Bellingen club has arranged a match between the civil servants and tho players of the district, to be playo'd to .-morrow, on Bellingen Park, play to begin. -at 11 'a.m'. sharp. The-players will bo represented by the following, — J. Richardson, A. Beattie, A. Fowler, R. Snmmerville, W; Jay; G. Wills, A. Tyson, W. Carney, II. Greer, ID. Ellis; W. R. Cowder.y, G. S. Brincr (12). Tho Civil Service team will bo, — J. J. Far rell, F. Capp, J. G-. Myers, E. -F. Crouch, F. Whatson, G. J. Henderson; H. W. Rowe, II. W. Hamilton, tT: P. Baly, A; G. McLachlan; E. T-. Collins, F. Smytlio (12). Afler tho match to-morrow at Bellin gen-, delegates Will discuss the proposal to form an association. Bellingen trophies for last soason will be presented on the ground to-morrow-, during the match. Our report of Bowra cricket is rather staid. In fill n re we will be glad to pub lish any reports of matches or other cridket- items from any part of the elec torate, but they must oe sen...
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
ANGLICAN. Week- Day Services.— Barrieton, Friday, Sop- 1 tember 30, at 7 p.m., Mr. Harris-Walker ; | Woodberrv. Saturday, October 1, at 7 [ p.m., Rev.C. H. Burgess! Sunday, October 2— » Bowra, 11 a.m.— Rev-. C-. JE: Biiigcss. Fig Trie, 3 p.m.— ;, » Macksville, 7. j, i „ - Fernmount, 11 a.m ; — Mr. Harrh-Walher. llaleigh, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Bellingen , 7 p.m.— ;, „? „ Monday; October 3f Jfambueea- Udsi,-7p.vh.—liev.C.ll:Biirgcss. Sunday, October 0 — BellhujAv I/rf,s.)'Jl ti.m. — Rev.C. H.Burgesf. Fernmount, 3 p.m.— „ ;, BtSllingcn ; 7 ji.m.— ? ;; ' ;; ;; Upx-erBucca,lla.m.—MrMdrris-Waliter. Upper Orara, 3 p.m. — „ „ ;, Coramba,-, .7 p.m. — „ . ,; .-, Monday; October 10— Coff's Harbor (.Mr. Gill's), -7 j-.-m. — liev. ? C. E. Burgess.
CRICKET. BOWRA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
CRICKET: BOWRA CLUB; Tiie annual meeting of the Bowraville Cricket Cltfb was held at Capp's hotel on September Tho report aiid bal ance-sheet were satisfactory,' and were adopted. It was shown that ft new con crete wicket had, been ptit down du'rin'g the past year, the cost' leavitifg a'. small flnl^ih Knlnnnn nnrnincf t.lin rtlilli fnt« flfn season. Tho trophies were allotted) Mr. | W. Stiters winning Mr. P. McIIngh's bat for the best ^batting average ; Mr. G. Richardson took tho' trophy (a bat) given by Mr. McLiatighlin;' M.P., for second batting, average.. The- bowling average was also.^on by W. Sillers, the: trophy being a gold modal presented by Mr. Capp. A trophy- for, the highest number of catches during the season was won again by John Dalley. At another meeting on tho same ovening, it was de cided to re-organise the club, and about 20 members were enrolled. Mr. John McLaughlin, M.P., was elected patron' and: Mr. A. E. Capp president for the season',' and Mr. John Dalley sec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
^ Legal. MR. J* R.~ MARRACKj SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required , and may be consulted by letter. Government Advertisements. District Inspector oE Scliouls' Office, Grafton, September 15, ISOS. rpENDERS for an Addition to the 1 School Buildings at Beleisgeii 11 I'jADS will be received by . the 'undersigned till noon on 8th October next. Plan and specification may be seen Tit. the public school; Bellinger Heads ; and tender 'forms may be obtnitieil from the teacher. ? A-. LOBBAN', 3A-S9. . . DiSI'rict-lrispuctui-._ Postal ami Electric Telegraph Departm'eYi't', General Post Oific'e. Sydney, ?SarjMuiUSr 8, 1898. rpENDJi'US are invited for the perform-. _L anee, from the 1st January next, of a largo nutnber of Mail Seuvicesthuoogh Out TllK COLONY, and will bfi received. at the tieneral Post Ollice tip -to -noon oil Mon day, the 17th proximo. Tenders 'must be: addressed to the Deputy PostmasterGeneral, Sydney, and endorsed ?' Tender for convey ance of M...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Messrs. W. G. Burton Smith, P.M., E. Hitchins and W. Barry, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before lle'SsrS. W. G. Burton Smith, P.M,,'E. Hitehins an'd W-. ? Barry,. Js.P. Alfied Smith v. Annie Kafer.— Claim for £8 10s., for a cow-.' Mr. McKenzio, for- defendant, took tho objection that defendant' had only acted as agent , Tor Alice KaTo,'', atul that .in tiro pnrchaso slio hod disclosed the principal, and mi.: n...... 1.1IUIUIW1U, 11.ua iiui imuir, J.J1U JJUUUI1 upheld: the objection and nonsuited-the plaintiff, 0. E. Jarrctt'V. John Eichniann. — Claim for £1 2s., for timber. Verdict for plaintiff, with 10s. costs.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
No more contemptible spirit could be displayed than that exhibited by tile Reid crowd and - tho violent partisaii papers which support the action of the Govern ment ahd Mr. Youno in the late election for. the Hastings-Macleay stiat... Im mediately, tho seat was vacarit.Miv Young stai'ted.with Mr. Satiru foi- tlie district ; 'ho -..went) not as Mr; Young, but as the Ministor for Works; with all tiid power and influence of thB State behind liiui. It was, to libncst men's way of thinking, a deliberate attempt to vise nnduo influ ence in Mr. Smith's behalf. The merest simpleton will not be fooled into any other belief. Now tho election is over Mr. .Young denies that he ever liiade any promises; or that lie ev&r attetnpted to bribe 'tha electors. Wlio over1 Said lie did actually do so ? Mi'. Young woild ndt be fool enough to leave himself and his friends Open by actually promising anything or offering anything - but his merd presence in the eletitorate as Mr. Smith's champion was...
MACKSVILLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, September 28. BEfore Mr. W. G. Burton Smith, P.M., and Mr. E..Hitchins, J.P. INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
MACKSVILLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 28. Before Mr. W. Or. Burton Smith, P.M., and Mr. E. Hitehins, J.P. INSULTING LANGUAGE. ? , ? Matthew Wallace summoned 0; O., Jex- for, insulting language. Mr. .0. McKenzic, for defendant, pleaded not ?guilty. . _ ' M'. Wallace, the complainant, slated that 011 August 27 last, at about 8.30 p.m., I10 met defendant in the main street at iviacKsvuie.- mere' -were rrom six to' twelve persons present; Mr. McKay opened the conversation, and told defen dant they had been wailing, for him nt the. School of ])ufeiufaii't said, 'Wlui had the cheek to nltormy notice?' .?Plaintiff said, ' I did ; I. thought you had made a mistake.' Defendant said, You're a liar ; I am as big a man as you arc ; you- can take it'as you like,' and followed 011 with all kinds of abuse, and attempted M tithe off his con t to fight; Jex wanted to know who the h — 1 he (plaintiff) was to be niado r.n honorary member of the club. I11 cross examination by Mr. Mclienzie, com...
Local Interest. A WESLEYAN VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
I - ' Local Interest. - A Vi'SSLEYAN VISITORv Tub Dev. 15. J. Bodd, 'President., of the -Wcslcyan Conference re'.'vohcd Bellingen yes-, turday nfternoon, and laiVJ ,,thc foundation block of the new Wcslcyan pi?rsoiiage. Mr. Bodil attended the tea and social list night, and leaves for .Bowra to-day, to take take part in celebrations- there to-night (Friday^. A report of the visit will appear in our next 1 issue.
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898
? Brief Mention. Grand Bali, at Bellinger Heads to-night. .Bellinger River Union meeting to night* at 7.30. ? ' ' The Rev. P. W. Ahern returns to the Bel linger next weeli - Several telegrams and items oE news arc crowded out oi this issue. Meagher's and Norton's cases will be heard ,iu Sydriey..to,ilay (Eriday). The opposition .drogher took maize away from :Bo\vrn'sN^iarE lust week. Try the Belliiigcn Store Eor laces. The ladies are -delighted witli tlicm.'!., A lengthy tqlegrani ot congratulation was sent to Mr. Bui-ton from Bellingen. 1'ellingen District Court 011 21st of this month. All plaints must be filed by Octo ber 8. Mr. Want has gone to Adelaide for a short holiday The Reid party .can't spare him long. It will be worth your while to price the boots, groceries, etc., etc., at llitchius' s^Oi'e Macksville,* . . D'.'.r'iTg flie.eleetion 70,000 words in press messages were transmitted from tho Kompsoy : telegraph- office. - A new forestry bill- is being prepared, and men in t...