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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. HAVE PLEASED OTHERsTcANPLE ASE YOU. 1:1 ALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Tastefully Upholstered in Rich Silk Tapestry and Plush Borders, Settee, Pair Arm Chairs, and 4 Carved Small Chairs, £-1 10s. HALL'S ? . ? SOLID DINING-ROOM S U 1 T E ; Covered in I3est Quality ;Crocket.'s Cloth, Large 'Couch, * Pair Easy' r Chairs, and G Padded-back ? Small Chairs, SIX GUINEAS. Hall's have on view 50 Drawing-Room Suites, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas/ Hall's have on~ view 3Q Dining-Room Suites; from- £51 '5s; to 25 guineas, ? - ^IIA'LL'S POL1SHE D AVA LNUT COLOR ' # BEDROOM SUITE, . Wardrobe with best Plate-glass Door, Duchesso Toilet, Cliost Drawers, with Glass altaohed, and Marble-topped Washstand, 2 Cane Chairs, and Towel Rail, £G 10s. HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED - HALF-TESTER' BEDSTEAD, Full Size Double Wiro 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, 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

! The North Coast STEAM » NAVIGATION « G ?? ' . ' -LIMITED. :' rpHE favorite s.s. ltOSEDALE wi'll.m frequent and regular: 1,1'ips. during bnsv season (bar perimlt'mg)'iibout liVUi FIVE DAYS. Times of arrival ami departure will bo nonneed at the respective Post OIIices.on ? Hijjor. The' protdittiR arrangements are under, supervision: oJF'Mr.,'l!v .Do'ui*Eij,'wlio' is II and favorably known in the trade. ' - K. DOEPEL, Local Agent;- ? - V.-.. JUC IT AKD COOKE, Seerotarj , T! Ii. ALLT fc JOHN SEE, ii Managing Directors rqyalMgoag^ Kempsey to Bellingen TTV P. WELSHES Mail Coaches leave Ken JJ . sey for Bellingen Sundays, AVcdncsdh and.' Fridays at 2.30 p.m., arriving at Fei mount at (i a.m. and Bellingen- 7 a.m. Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Lc.i Bellingen for. -Kempsey at 1 a.m., on Siuida Wednesdays, and Fridays. Parcels taken reasonable' rates. .Passenger .Fares — Ji single ; £1 12s. (id., return;' Booking O'flk — H'. 'A. Hayes's Commercial Hotel, Kempst and 'Jas. E. Tyler's Hot...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

BOM AN- CATHOLIC: , Sunday, October 2 (Rosary .Sunday) — Bowra, 0 a.m., Mass. — Jiev. 1J. IF. Ahem. Macltscillc, 11 a.m., --Masts. — Ilea. 1'. IV. A hern. Bowra, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon j and Bene diction.— llev. P. W. Ahem.

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

Church. Services. V.-i- . WESLUl'AN. Sunday, October, 2 — Taylor's. Arm ( I IV/.v 11 -i . m .- — llev. A. ; Graham. Bowraville, 3 p.m.- — lie v. -/t. Graham. jVambucoa Meads, 7.30 p.m.— „ ,, Jlellingen; 3 p.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Bellinger Heads, 7 p.m. — ?„ „ Glonifferi 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Hodges. ' . yager Never, 11 a.m. — Mr.- It. Griffith.

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MR. BARTON'S ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

MR. BARTON'S ELECTION. The polling in the Ilastings-Maelcay elec torate took place on Friday, the results being awaited with intense interest on Friday-night throughout tho colony, and with ntifcli interest throughout Australia. The first returns reached Bellingen at 7.15, anil were posted at The Sun ollice. From the lirst there was 110 doubt as to Mr. Barton's return ; he finally won with a majority oE 302. The details oE tho voting were as follow : — , ... Barton.: Smith. Kempsey 211-' ... 211 ? Green hill ...' ' 70 - ... 21 Sherwood ..: ... 38 ... 7 Mopniabah -r..i 10 ... 4 Ilickuy's Cieelc .i.' ..-. 40 ... 15 Bcllbiook ... 2G .. It Fredcnckton v.-.w-'- -.V.' - 43 ' ... . :^4S (Jladslono ... -5;. IOlj ' 53 'Skillion Flat -t... 32 r^.:: ,G Poft Maequarie 10S 108 Telegraph Point ... 20 15' Rawdon Island 28 ... ^.15' Wauehopc... ... 10 ... i'2 Ellenborough . ..; 10 13 ise'eclilwood ..: GG .;. 25 Rollands Plains -19 - 41 Yarras 10 ..; 3 Gannon's, Creek ... ...- 11 17 Totals ? ? 9G0 ....

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MR. BARTON'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

MR. BARTON'S POSITION. Fnojt S. M ? Jlnrald of September .23, — The question whether or not Mr. Barton's position as arbitrator in -the case of McSharry against the Grown would invalidate his election for the Hastings and Macleay electorate was freely . discussed yesterday in' political. M inwforQ nnrl Hw-ir Qimnnrtnrs maintain that Mr. Barton contracted ?with the Crown to act as arbitrator on. being, jjaid certain stated fees, and that 'consequently he comes under section 27 of the Constitution Act, which disquali fies- any, contractor under the Public ?Service,-;; or any person .interested in a Public Service contract, from . becoming a member of either House of Parliament. Oil' the other hand, the Opposition members declare that there is no con tract existing between Mr. Barton and the Crown. Mr. -McLaughlin, M.L.A., solicitor for Mr. McSharry in the great' arbitration' case, fully .explained to a IJerahl representative the circumstances; aiid conditions under .which M r. Barton ...

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THE NAMBUCCA HEADS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

THE NAMBUCCA HEADS CASE. Ai1 the Sydney Quarter Sessions, before Judge Coifey -on Monday, September 19, Samuel Groves, a man' of respectable appear1 anee* and address, ' describing himself as an electrician, .was ; .ehalfged . vyith maliciously wounding Edward Ellis; At Ifambucoa Heads on June 10 last. UMr. ifi. Levieri appeared for the defence, , '1'he ease for the CrovVn \vnq that the accused had been in the employ o£ Edward Ellis, who was a storekeeper and Bawmiller, doing business at Nam bueca Heads, and lived , with his .wife on his employer's premises. On the date named accused was erecting a gale for, his employer, being at the ?time -much undeV tlie inQiicrice -of liquor. El ''M. remonstrated as to : this; arid 'occnsed,.' attempt to enter the horise by ft doer lending' into a rooiii where a Mrs. Gorman. \Vas sitting sowing. Attenjoting to prevent his ebtrancfr, IC Ilia was stabbed bv act'used ill both VvHsts and in the thigh. Eor tlio defencc it was stated that the room acc...

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MRS. PATTERSON'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

MRS. PATTERSON'S CONCERT. Messes. G.J. Henderson, and \V. T; .Catiip bell forwarded a cheque to Mrs. N; IS. Patter son last week, representing the proceeds of the recent benefit concert. The sum sent to Mrs. Patterson was £23 14s. Gd. A balance shdet is published in our advertising columns in this, issue, showing details. The promoters of the,concert desire -,us : to' express their sin-, cere tha'rik's to all Who assisted at the concert .iu aujr wuj; . ,j.uey wish msu-co ;wiuius i-uusc who sold tickets,; and, in this particular, Mrs. John Cochrane; tif Strathelyde; Upper Orara; is to be Specially eio'mplimente'd ilpdn tlie success of her efforts, her ' sales ' being prac tically ' subscriptions ' from tho kind and_ generous people of the Orara, who helped the' movement liberally and willingly. We may mention also that Mr. G. H. H. Moody re turned 10s. of the 17s. Gd; charged .for rent of the hall; The' miscellaneous' includes .tickets sold by the promoters and others in small lots.<...

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A GIRL SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

A GIRL SHOT. A very distressing accident happened at Bowra on Saturday last, when Sliss Grace Dyer, third daughter of Mr. Thomas Dyer, and sister to Mrs. John Glyde, o£ Bellingen, was accidentally shot by her brother Bertie, aged 10 years. Miss Dyer, who is about 22 years old, went into the garden to watch her I brother shoot birds, and to see that ho came to no harm. As she stnod with hoy. Imp!,- in him for a minute, he placed a cap 011 the nipple of the muzzle-loader he was using ; the hammer fell accidentally, and the charge 1 exploded. Miss Dyer, who was only five or I six yards away, received tl)p c'i7ai''e in the rjght shoulder,- Slie was brought at onee to t.ie Bellinger to Mr. Hicks, and. On his advice was taken to I^empscy hospital, after the wound had been dressed. We learn that the injuries are not so serious as was at first be lieved; and Miss Dyer is* improving;

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A MAN BADLY HURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

A MAN BADLY HURT; Oui! Nambiieca Heads correspondent wrote bn Wednesday,— -A terribly painful accident happened at Ellis's sawmill last Monday morning. The circular saw appears to have been bumped 011 the side by a large piece of timber, causing it to Split in two ; oiie piece struck an. employee named Dore, inflicting fearful injuries. 'Hie piece of jagged steel iip his body, leaving deep teeth marks as it went'; and finally cut right through the cheek from undcf One oar to his mou'tii. At first it was thought th.if the jaw 'was' tract-dried aiid the jugular vein severed, and that the man Would.- die quickly through loss of blood. Fortunately this was ndt tlie case, and it now appdars that no bones we're broken. The poor 'fellovV- retained consciousness all the time, and suffered intense pain very manfully. Mr. Hicks was sent foi', and he did all in his 'p6w6r. to render relief, but advised' the patieilt's immediate removal to the Kempsey hospital by tugboat. TheArolunteor left wit...

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NORTH ARM PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

NORTH ARM PROGRESS COMMITTEE; A sieeting of the North Arm Progress Committee was held at Gleniifer on Saturday last; Correspondence was read from Mr. J. McLaughlin; M.P.; relative to a grant asked for the road to lion ville; and for the North Beach Reserve improvements ; also from the Public \V0rk3 Department and Mi'. Crouch. Tile following resolutions were carried,— (1) Jliat application bb made to the Resident Engineer for a man to form part of the road near Mr. Locke's, and to form road from McFadycn's store to. Donaldson's; (2) that it letter 'be written to the postal authorities, asking thiit notice of the arrival of Steamers at the Heads be pdste.d up at Bellingen post ollice ; (3) that tho Public Works Depat'trrient be asked to open a road from Sir. McNally's to .Mr. Waddell'S; (4) that the Laiids De partment be askc.l, to resume land for road purposes Ih rough Mr. L. Gordon's farm ; (5) that the Postal Department bo asked to run ii mail twice a weeik to and fronl Bellingen a...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

ACCIDENTS. On Monday last Mr. John' ltcedy,' of ,Pine Creek, leEt liiS horse arid buggy standing in Eront of Mr. T; OumniiiigV residence, .Bellin gen. The horse cleared out.,' ran foul pf .rf stump; and turned somersault' One wlieel oE the, buggy was smashed.' .' On - Wed- nesday, Mrs. Camnbell o£ Fernmourit; Who had been selling' fruit in Bellingen, was re turning to Fernmount, the vehicle being driven by a la'd in her employ. The horse shied near Cahill's bridge, and over-turned the ciirt,- Mrs. Campbell being umler it. It was somo' minutes before she was released ; bIio was much hurt; tliougli no bones were broken. . ; ... ?; ? t. ... ...

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THE BAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

THE BAND BALL. The bull in Moody's lmll on Friday night, in aid of the Bellingen Brass Band, was a successEul and pleasant affair.. Tins band did not play as cxpectcd; many oE the bahdsmen being unable to attend in time. About 30 couples took part in dancing, . which was kept up until 3,30 a.m. Mr. B. Miiy carried out the dutieb oE: M.O.; and gdod iriu'sic sup»-. plied by Messrs. D. ami M. Hanly and J. McNally (violins) and F. Trowle (piano). Excellent refreshment were provided by Mrs. Bcesi

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MORE ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

MORE ROAD WORK. Tenders will be received up to noon on Monday next (the same flay as foi- works ad vcrtisccl last week) Eor the following works, — Contract 44, Bellingen road up South Arm, from Bowra road to G}-mile peg, in five sec tions.— Section 1 — From .commencement of Moody's cutting to first culvert, east of first crossing— 111 chains brushing. Section 2— From top of cutting opposite Moody's to MctiOugblin's Crossing— 47 J chains clearing ; 855 lineal yards formation on sideline : 193 lineal yards formalion as pel- plan ; two fifth class culverts. Section 3 — From Mclaugh lin's Crossing toLovell's Crossing — S3 chains brushing. Section 4 — From Jay's Crossing to double peg on track west of Jny's new house — 14 chains clearing ; 308 yards forma tion on sideling. Section 5 — -Kiom cm mencemcnt of Novell's clearing near Spiclc ctt's to Clrmile peg — 48 chains clearing. The total of ?the' work is (I1J chains clear ing, 162 chains brushing, ? 193 yards sec tfonal formation, 11 G3 ...

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GLENIFFER BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

GLETNIFFER BAND OF HOPE* The usual monthly meeting oE the Glen ift'er Band oE Hope was held in the Union Church on Monday night last, the vicepresi dent in tho chair. Owing to the absence of the secretary, no business was done, but a. pleasant evening was spent, the following programme being rendered,. — Recitations by Misses Nellie Brownlee, Maud MeFadyeu, Lena Rowan, and Emma Brownlee, Mr. B. Joyce, and Master Maxwell Dowle ; songs by Mr. E. Mclntyre and Master Thomas Dillon; dialogues by Misses Annie ? Dowle and Margaret Keogh, anil by Misses Isabella MeFadyeu, Margaret Keogh, Edith Joyce, and Messrs. B. and R. Joyce. Miss Isabella MeFadyeu volunteered to arrange the pro gramme for next meeting, and, a collection having been taken up, the meeting closed with the singing oE a hymn and tho Bene diction. ' . ' ?

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BOWRA COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

BOWRA' COURTS.' Messus; -\V.' 13. Smith' P.M., and W.'Barry,1 J.P.f presided over^ Bowra Police and SmalL Debts Court, on' Tircs'djy lust. vAt-.the Police' Court one defendant was' Ifn'ed 2s. tfd. without costs, ami 5s. with 4s. 10'd. costs', for h'avirig ;takon more liquor than lie' cbu'ld s'tan'd and for using stron' lancruaue. In the Small Debts Court Patrick McGann sued Patrick Kearns for £1 2s. Gd. alleged to . be due for hire of a cart and harness; a verdict was given for 14s. Cd. A second claim'by Patrick McGann against Silvester Keely for 15s., hire of horse, was settled out. of court. Patrick Kearns sued Patrick McGann for £1 lis, for horse feed. The plaintiff was nonsuited. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

I if tlie coiirse of his speech at the opening of Parliament recently, his Excellency the Governor, referring to the operation of the land ?laws, said — ' The protracted and disastrous droughts in various . parts of the colony, which: have afflicted all classes of pastoral settlers' for years past, are happily breaking, and the prospects of the approaching, season- arc highly encouraging. Tlie area under culti .! ? - vatiim shows an- uiiprecedi'iited increase for the past two years of no legs . thaTi- 85. per cent., and the progress of dairy-fanning is no kfSs astonish- - ? v- ing. [iV. Voice-:, Where do fyou; BUY YOUR DRAPERY from ?] The, work of clearing waste lands, and turning the'fn to ptir ? - poses of production, :is vigorously proceeding in all directions. Thousands' : of residential holdings have been', taken tip under the, Land .Act'of 1895. The' scrub- lands ph the WeskBogi.n district;, retfently iclenredsby the' Government; ? are now bcin'g rapidly, ? leased at! rentals ...

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXIII. Antony let tho gate fly to after a moment, and, turning, walked down the road that led through the village to. the - station. The sun was now high in the heavens — already its rays were warm and powerful ; it was going to be another glorious day. Antony walked on swiftly for a time ; then he suddenly pnused and looked backwards down the road which, had lie turned in that direction,': would have led liiui to Stonebury:i'an'd; the Abbey Lodge school. Ha had^iio thought of going thither. Between . him- self and that old school-bousc a great gulf was fixed. ' He felt as he stood there that he was taking a real-farewell of life. He was going away again from Speede, from his old home and his old associations. When he remembered the pain that lay close at his hand forliis dear, loving, and beloved aunt Bertha,, his aching heart had a new pang.; but' no feeling was so bitterly - strong, no pain so deep, so acute as the remem brance of what he had lost in E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

'ttoBT. J. Smith, batcher, is a casli pur-.; .-uhnssr '-oC.'pijis aii'l cat tie, a fats or stores,' in larjre or sniall lots.* . Not -out... But, you .will bo tailless .you' try; some of F. T.iiMatiliew's'. cricket' materials.?. He' lias also some, splen.iliil 'serges.and .cricket., .. *. . -1 - -? ? * I '*^ . -.'* *1 .--.v- suils. ? i \ '? SANDEIt anrl Son's ICdoalyiti EXTltACT.' Acconlinf; to. . reports, of :a ftroat number of: physicians of I he. highest professional -stand-.! inj;, there are. '.-offered j,« Eucalypti v Uxtraets. wiiicih ' ijosscsses ' no ^curative qualities. Ta j protection of tlie. world-wide fame- of.: SAN-i dem 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. VV. B/ 'ltush,. Oakland,''- KI«.,| writes : ' It. is sometimes -difficult to obtain! the genuine article (Sandkh and Sons'),: ['employed different other preparations j.tliey! had |io therapoaticjvaliie ;...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 September 1898

POLICE COURT. &amp;nbsp; Rhoda Cooper sued Denis Connell for the support of an illegitimate child, and claimed 9s. a week. Mr. McKenzie ap- peared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Gil- fillan for the defendant. This- case was before the court on &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; June 27, the evidence being published in Tiie Raleigh Sun of July 1. The case was dismissed on that occasion, and it was now brought on again because fresh evidence was available. Rhoda Cooper (plaintiff), her sister &amp;nbsp; Alice Cooper, Mrs, Cooper (mother of plaintiff), William Cooper' (plaintiff's father), Dr. Ziehlke, and John William Dodds gave evidence for plaintiff. Most of the evidence was similar to that given at the previous hearing. John William &amp;nbsp; Dodds was a new witness, and said he &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; was a laborer at Raleigh receiving 10s. &amp;nbsp; a day and keep from Mr. Gralton;: a contractor. (This wage is for Dodds &amp;nbsp; and his dray an...

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