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CRICKET. FERNMOUNT NEVER NEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

CRICKET. I FERNMOUNT v; -NEVER NEVEU. ' Fbiinsiount cricketers visited NeverNcver on Saturday last, most of ,tlie team'.being conveyed tO'tlid' ba'ttleficlttv-by -Mr. vIi.;Av: Miles's coach. The match ..was played. on. the' new- wicket in Mr'. Thomasi/ltose's paddock.. The scoring was small, aiul-'T'crnmountltcam was especially weak iu this department., W. linrl A Siiloi-R nP Hnvvi'ft ni-o ltliwriliora nf the Never Never club, -played in: this match. ?The bowling oE W. Suters 'and llic.hnrdson was very deadly to Fernmonnt wickets, the former getting nino wickeis'for M runs nnd the latter 10 for 24. ? J. Dal ley, of liowia, who played as a sub. -with Fernmount, was the only one of that- team to reach double figures, aud not one sundry wok scored against Never Never in. either inning). R. Summer ville, A. Suters, A. lieatlie, W. Lean, anil P. Hose were most -successful, with the. bat for the winners. Never Never won- with J1 1 runs to spare. The scores were as follow, — NfiVEu NEVliH....

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

ANGLICAN. Saturday, October 29 — Dorrhjo (Williamson's), 3 2-.m.~-Mr, TP'. .A. Harris- Walker. Sunday, October 30 — Gleniff'er, 11 a.m. — Rev. C. E. Burgess. Bellingen , 3 p.m., ehddren's suit ice. — Rei. C. & Burgess. Bellingen, 7 p.m. — Rev. C. E. Burgess. Never Never, 11 a.m. — Mr. Harris-Walker. Gordonville, 3 p.m. — „ .,

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DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

DISTRICT WANTS. Hit. MoLaugiilin, M.I\, has been ?in- formed as follpws' by the various public departraeuts,— : ' With reference to tiie communication presented by yoii from Mr. John Locke, lion., secretary' Nortli Ann Progress CouimiLtee, i-ecpiesting .that the arrival of steamers at Kellingcr Heads may bo notified on ii board' at tlio post oflicc, I am directed to jn toroa y,ou that:the information is 'already posted on.fi ? boar-l at the Hell ingen post ofUce'. - 'With reference to the petition .presented, by you-frpm the Raleigh Progress Committee, requesting a reduction in tiie royalty chirges on' Forest Bcscrve No. 121, county of Ualeigh, I am directed to inform you that the above matter has been referred to the local Forester i for report, upon receipt of n'hieh you will be further communicated with. i With reference to the appjication pre sented by.you from the Coif's llarbor Progress Committee'. (Mr. U. G rally lion, fee.retary) for , tho deiHciitipij of xPyblie ; Uecreatjo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

Pigs and Poultry. JT. FAULKS (representing Mr. C. Barnes . butcher, of Sydney) is a ca9li buyer of Pigs and Poultry in any quantity. J. T. F* - will visit the Orara and Bellinger monthly, due notice of which will be advertised in The Raleigh Sun. ? Dentistry. MR. F. R. 0. ANNELY, Dentist, visits the Bellinger , and Nambucca every three months. All work completed on the Spot. Perfectly ? painless extractions. No fee taken unless satisfaction given. Mr. Annely's next* visit will be notified in this paper. Bellinger Pony Club. rpHli .Adjourned Meeting of the above _L Club will be held at Tyler's Hotel on Saturday, November 5, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of drawing up progrnnmie for Box ing Day Races, and transacting any other business that may be brought forward. G. O. HAMMOND, ?' Hon. Sec. The Raleigh Hotel. WILLIAM' BUSHii'LL, having taken the Ualeigh Hotel at Raleigh, is prepared to supply the best- accommodation, and the best Ales, Wines, nnd Spirits. The Hotel has been thoroughl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

The Bellinger River Butchery. HAVING disposed of the Bellingen branch of the Bellinger River Butchery Busi ness to Mr. A. M. Raymond, I would, whilst thanking my numerous friends for their liberal patronage during the past three years, ask for my successor the support which has so generously beon extended to me. R. J. SMITH. FerntaounS, Sovember 1, 18981. . With reference to- the above, I beg to state that I have sold to Sfr. R. J. Smith my busi : uess on the Lower Bellinger,- and trust my customers and friends will give to him the support I have hitherto received.. A. M. RAYMiOND. Bellingen, November 1, 1898. : Butchery Notice. OWING to the scarcity and higlr price' of Fat Cattle, I- have been compelleil to raise the price of Beef on and after November 1 next as follows,—' s. ' d. Prime- RHjs anit Sii'loire 0' Br other Joints,,, ..-.03 Romp Steak.,. ,,, 1 0' -UJ Beef steak .... ... ... 0 3' Prfine Cuts in JCom Beef ..-. 0 , Other Cots .„ 0- 3 1 001 bs. Corn Beef .-..18 -0' ? 501bs,...

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BELLINGEN SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. Before Mr. W. Burton Smith, P.M., and Messrs. F.T. Matthews and H.A. Evans, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

BELLINGEN SMALL DEBTS COURT. ?Monday, October 24. , i Bofore Mr. W. Burton Smith, P.M., and Messrs. F. T. Matthews and - H. A. Evans, Js.P. notsa ***? KitT.'vwr.' v:;.. ,-i William R. Ross v, Robert. J. Bry ant, a claim of £6 -15s. for wages. Mi;.. McKenzie appeared -for ?defendant, who was not present. ? : ?? PlaintiEf said that Mr. Bryant engaged him and paid' him his first month's wages. Bryant offered him 25s. a week without board, or 15s. and board, and lie ipeopted the latter oner. .When iUr. Bryant \\;as leaving he told him (plain- - tilT) to go .to; Mi'. Ellis for his money, but he did not know Mi-. Ellis in- tho matter, and never engaged: with, him, but with Bryant. ' ' To Mi\ 'McKenzie .: When I engaged with Bryant I did not know that Mr. Ellis had' anything to do with the business. ? A. E. Ellis said he bought the bakery business, at Fernmount : .from Bryant, and tho latter came 'to him about en gaging Ross and lie agreed to it. Ross came to. him with an order for wages, ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

CRICKET. Bellisgek Heads defeated Deep Creek [ in a cricket match at the Heads on Saturday, with four wickets to spare. Chris. Davis, pla ing with the Heads, made 54 in the first innings. No detailed scores are to hand. . . The following .will -represent; Bellingen ngainst Fernmount, -at Fernmount, to-morrow, — 15 F. Crouch, G. S. Kriner, H. W. Hamilton, F. T, Matthews, Jas. Donnelly, W. A. Johnston, G. Wills, A. G. Apsey, W. M. Jay, II. Jay, I W. E. Best, G. J. Henderson (12). . |

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A BOWRA APPLICATION. ANOTHER HOTEL REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

Il ? A' BOWRA APPLICATION. - * .'''SV-Vl' ?! f' ! V;-'- |ii;- J'\- ? ! ' . - ANOTHER HO'THL REFUSED. '? ' Tins Licensing Court snt.nt Bellingen on Thursday,. Octobor 20, Mossrs. II. A. Evuns (clinirmnn) nnd John Smith, Js. P., presiding. | ''?;? 'Tho: principal business dealt. :with was 1 nn'applionlion by Colin Campbell Mo Don- I galr tor a conditional puuiicnn s.ncenso for premises to bo ercctod at Bowraville, to be known as the Royal ?'?Hotel. .The . . ? ???'?'.'opplicant was .rcpontly licensee of a hotel y- til Nambucca Hoads, and had transferred t'o Patrick Ling. ... ? ??'-'A Mr. C. Mcltenzic appeared -on.bebalf 'of tho applicant. Sonior-constablo ,.Joi:7 dan, 'Licensing Inspector, opposed ..tho ? graining of tho application ; and Messrs. 'W. F. Sullivan, A. E.Capp, M. McCor- ; . rjuodale, and G.,F. May ..represented the objecting portion of tho residents. Ihc ? ground of objection was that the reason able requirements of the place did not; justify the granting of the license. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. HAVE PLEASED OTHERS. CAN PLEASE YOU. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. Tastefully Upholstered in Rich Silk Tapestry and Plush 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 S ' HALL'S ~~ POLISHED WALNUT COLOR BEDROOM SUITE, Wardrobe with best Plate-glass Door, - Dnchesse Toilet, Chest Drawers, with, r Glass attached, and Marble-topped .. Wnshstand, 2 Cane Chairs, and Towel Rail, £6 10s. .Hall's have on view 60 Bed room Si HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, Covered in Best Quality Crocket's Cloth, Large Couch, Pnir'Easy Chairs, and 6 Padded-back Small Chair?, SIX GUINEAS. Suites, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas, 'uites, from £5 15s . to 25 guineas. T~ HALL'S BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, : Full Size! ? Double Wire Mattress,- Top Mattress, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, ? ? £3 15s. ? sites, from 6 guineas to 50 guineas .? A. HALL AMD COMPANY, 561, 5G3, 565, 567 GEO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

? r The North. Coast \ STEAM « NAVIGATION - CO., V ' - LIMITED. . - ? : ? ? ?????? ? - ; ? ? . FpflE favorite s.b. ROSEDALE.will make ? JL ?? frequent anil regular trips .(lnrinp; ;tho.. ♦busy season (bur permitting) about I'jVEIIi IMVK MYP, Times of arrival and departure will be an nounced at the respective I'opt Offices oil the , ^Phc Droehing arrangements are umler the. supervision of. Mr. I*1; DoepeIj, who is long and favorably known i n the trade, y. D015PEL, Local Agent. ?V-t* ?- RICHARD COOICB, Scci ctnry. j T. R. ALLT & JOHN SEE, ? ?? ????' .. -- Managing Directors. X^IShrT' Eand, Commission, and General Agent J 'T' AND OASES conducted at Meetings of ? I j Local Land Board. Forms prepared, arid all ' business .connected with Land trans acted.' ' ' Land and Income Tax business attended ito. ' Any :kincLof. clerical worU donq. Agent for the iGit.y Mutual State Assurance ' ' ? ^Society. . -0. S. BRtlSTEH, c ? ???!?. Sun (Office. Bellingeii. *? ' IOOLGOBLGA HOTEL. » Jl. ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, October 30— ? Bellingen, 11 a.m. — Rev. P. Tr. A/iern. Bellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „ ? „ Monday,'October 31— Bellinger Heads, 9 a.m. — Rev.P. WiAherni.

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

Church. Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, October 30 — ? Never Never, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — „ . „ ,»? Glenijfer, 7.30 p.m. — . ? ,r „ „

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DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. BELLINGEN AND BOWRA DEPUTATIONS. BANQUET AT BOWUA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. BELLINGEN AND BOWRA DEPUTATIONS. BANQUET AT BOWRA. ? La-st week was an eventful one for' these districts. The libel action in the Bellingen District Court, in which this paper was defendant, necessitated a visit to the district by the Hon. J. H. Youug,' Minister for Works, Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., and Mr. H. Harris. Only once before ha9 a Minister for Works visited here while in office. Mr. Lyne came witness in the libel case, left Sydney on the Monday evening by train; arriving at Armidale on Tuesday. He was drivers from there to Tyn'nghnm by the road' superintendent at Aruiidalernud was met at Perrett's on Wednesday at noon by Mr. E. F. Crouch, resident engineer at Bellingen. Judge Docker and' Mt's. Docker drove down through Bostobrick about the same time, and the wlvoio party stayed at Mr.- L. F. McDongr.ll's on Wednesday night. The' weather wag fine and the roads dry, and Mr. Young, driven by Mr. Crouch and escorted by Senicr-constable Jordan, reached Bellin...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

TELEGRAMS. SYDNjsy, Wednesday. . The Parramatta election resulted in Mr. Ferris being re-elected by 1035 votes to 853, a majority of 182 votes. At the general elec tion Mr. Ferris polled only two votes more than Mr. O'Reilly, and the latter protested on the ground that some of the returning olllcers had acted improperly, and that the votus were wrongly counted. At the Parramatta Police Court on Mondav a man named Nortli gave himself up on a charge of having stolen a pair of boots, which lie had in his possession. The man said lie had walked 30 miles on half an orange, and the police said the man when he gave him self up was starving, and ate ravenously. The P.M. discharged the accused, as the prosecutor did not appear. The Minister for Works (Mr. J.Il. Young) returned to Syduey on Alonday. During his tour Mr. Young made an inspection of the Don Dorrigo scrub, and he states that he was much impressed by what he saw of the country. Alclbourne Cup acceptances' — Amberitc, Battalion, Me...

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BOWRA DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

BOWRA DEPUTATIONS. At. Bellingen on Friday, Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., introduced Messrs. W. Barry, J.P., and A. E. Capp as a Bowra deputation to Mr. ' Young re the handrail nsked for over Bowra bridge. The deputation strongly urged the necessity for the handrail and said it would cost not more than £8 or £9. Mr. Young was not favorably disposed in the matter, and said that a handrail would be washed away by every flood. He did not therefore see the wisdom of erecting it. If some one had 'been drowned there as pointed out by Mr. Barry, he would have been . drowned even if there had been a railing. Mr. Harry -replied that i the bridge was a disgrace to the Department. I . . ? At^Bowrn on Saturday -night a large I deputation.: waited - upon Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. W. Barry,' J:PM 'introducing -the party. Messrs. Barry, Lnniph, and Hitcliins, urged upon Mr. McLaughlin the. necessity for a separate licensing bench for the Nambucca. It was pointed out that the Nambucca was governed by the Belling...

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BELLINGEN BRIDGE, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

BELLINGEN BRIDGE, ON Friday morning last a numerous depu tation was introduced to Mr. Young by Mr. McLaughlin in connection witli the desired low-level bridge at the site of the old wharf at Bellingen. The Miuister and the deputa tion* visited the site, when' Mr. McLaughlin pointed' out what was desired. Mr. David Anderson laid the claims of the deputation before Mr. Young, pointing out that the ford was fast becoming impassable,- ami that it was dangerous in anything like- a fresh. He said the dairymen had to carry milk over in : the small flbod^boat in time of flood, and the boat was the only means of crossing when the river rose. The north side of the river had a foma*Jiife population, and the road to Graftora crossed- here. Sr. F. T. Kfatt&ews said he had known the ri ver to be impassable for four months at a time. The populous North Arm had no- other means of communi cation, and Mr. I-yner when Minister for Works, hart ad'mftt'ed .the necessity for the bridge. Sir. G. i...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

Brief Mention. Thomas Sufkield was liberated from the Dubbo gaol oh Monday. The new public school building at Dorrigo has been completed. Bellinger Iliver Union meeting to-night (Friday) in the School of Arts. Try the Bellingen Store for laces; The ladies are delighted with them.* lease of 30 acies, parish of Buckrnbendinui. The wool clip in the Riverina, and the crops in the west show great decreases, owing to the drought. Rob-t. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash piir chassr of pig3 and cattle, fata or stores, in large or small lots.* Mr. Colin Buchanan, of Karangi, died on Wednesday, after a severe illness. No par ticulars are to bancT. - At Bellingeh yesterday John Williamson applied for homestead selection portion 49 of 24t- acres on the Dorrigo. You' cannot beat F. T. Matthews' for ladies' parachutes. The greatest variety aud quality ever stocked in Bellingen.* ' You will not be noticed half so well unless you buy some of the new dress muslins now in stock at the Bellingen Store.* T...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

THE MARKETS. Messrs. Hill, Cla.uk, and Co. wired us yesterday as follows ; — In the fat pig market baconers are still in strong demand, and com manding good prices, With excellent pros pects ; porkers, which continue the bulk of the supply, are dull of sale and prices arc weaker. We quote extra prime weighty back fattera at 55a. to 65s., prime weighty bacon heavy 42s. to 47a., good 36s. to 41s., light 25s. to 34s., best heavy porkers 20s. to 24s., good 17s. to 19s., others from 13s. to 17s. The Farmers Co-operative Co. wired yesterday, — eggs GJd. ; maize market totally in a state of collapse, prime offering to day from 2s. 4d. to 2s. Gd., without leading to business ; the first shipment of New York maize landed hereto-day with 8000 sacks, out of which 2000 are for this port, the rest for Queens land.

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THE WHARF AT BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

THE WHARF AT BELLINGEN. Mr. Young and Mr. McLauahlin ? visited - Cnliill's wharf, Itellingen, on the. return from Marx Hill . on Thursday- afternoon; Mr. IJoepel 'wns on t he spot, and he pointed out maiiy defects in the, accommodation. Mr. Matthews also drew the attention of the Minister to the fact that no land was provided by the Government for wharf purposes, uml t hat the pit bl ic had: on ly the road way}for'use. Mr. Doeoel said lie rented laud at his own expe.ise for use by the public. ; MK Briiier asked Mr. Young- if the Government would doanything towards providing aslied, as Mr. Doepcl had doiie it so far , out of his own pocket., Mr. Young said that she's were not provided except where a wharf returned;, a revenue. Messrs. Mnjthews and ' Doepcl pointed ;out 'thnt'diit-i lejistJ twb'tli.irds';of fthe; produce iind? back l'reighlileft, arid Seauibi to, this wharf, and 1000 bags of maize had that day been taken away. , , Mr.. Youiig admitted that the people were entitled to ...

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MR. YOUNG AND THE DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 28 October 1898

MR. YOUNG AND THE DORRIGO. The Minister for Works, Mr. Young, -was deputationised on the Dorrigo last week ni the proposed railway survey, but we have re ceived no particulars. Speaking to a repre sentative of this paper, Mr; Young expressed a high opinion of the country and said it was undoubtedly rich. He also liked, the country about Guy.Fawkcs, and believes that district and the Don igo have a great future in store.; Mr. Young did not make any staloments as. to the vexed railwny question, but we arq sure his visit to the . district will have the effect of helping the people in obtaining a recognition of their reasonable rights. '

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