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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

? The North Coast STEAM - NAVIGATION « CO., LIMITED. ? favorite s.s. HOSE DALE will mnKt ? J_ freqnenl mid regular trips clunng th-\ busy season (bar permitting) about J'jVJiKV 'FT V 15 DAYS. - ' ' ' ' Times' of arrival and departure-will be an^ ? , nonn.cQd.at i,lic..r.espeetive. Post, Offices on tin;. , ?' 'The Drogliing arrangements are .under the Mipcrvision of Mr. K, Doepel.-wIio is Ion? and favorably known in the trade. F. DOEPEL, Local Agent,. ? H ion AUD COOKE, Secretary. J T. II. AU-T k JOHN SEE, ' Managing Directors. Land, ^Commission, and , General Agent. [ ?p AND ('.ASBS.comlnrteil at Meetings of I 1 Local: Land oard. Forms prepared, and all business connected with Land trans acted. ' ' Jiaml- and ncomc^Tax business attended 10. I r,\- . Any -kind of clerical. ?.work done. '- A^enl- for- the City .Mutual Life Assui ante ?:??.:_ . Society. * ' , G.-S., BRIBER, c, r -Son OlTico. Bellingpn. WOOL, GOOLGA. HOTEL. A.- J. Barrett, Proprietor. I ' t/V' rJ BA RRETT (late of cllin...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

'?'?ROMAN CATHOLIC. i Sunday, November C — Daleigh, 9 a.n(;, Mass.-^Dv?. D; W; Ahem. Dellingen, 11 a.m., Mass. — V, ? Hell ingen, 1.30. p.m., Vespers, -Sermon/and. Denediction.—.Dev. D. \¥. Aherni :

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

Church Services. WES LIS- VAN; Sunday, November G — Never Never, 10.30 n.m. — Dev.- A. Graham. Dellingen, 3 p.m. — „? „ if Jlellinijor Heads, 1.30 p.m. — » ,, Gleniffer, 3 j-.m. — Mr. J '. F. Donnelly. Saturday. November 12 — v Coff's Harbor , 7.30 p.m.— lit) v. A. Graham. Sunday, November 13— Upper^Orara, 11 a.m. — Dev. At- Graham. Upper Dweea, 3 p.m. — ,, ,, n Coramba, 7.30 p.m. — _ J , ,,-. Dellingen, 7.30 p.m. — -V A . A. Nelson. Never Never, 3 p.-m . — M r. ? D. Griffith — Taylor's Arm ( Welsh's),- 11 a.m.— Mr. D: Mog/ord.

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MACKSVILLE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

MACKSVILLE COURTS. Macksville Police and Small Debts Courts, on Wednesday', October 20, were pre sided over by, Messrs. W. 11. Smith, P.M., and K. Hitchins, J:P. In the Policc Court Francis Smith- was charged by Constable Lawler with having neglected to send his four children to, school the required number of davs (I'ltrilto the half-venr ended-, June- 30. 1898. - Mr. MclCcnzic appeared for tho deEen-. dant, who pleaded not guilty and that his . children are and have been instructed at home. 1 ? Mr. S. G. Mitchell, head teacher of Macksvillesehool, who examined tlirce of the -child ron at tho Courthouse, gave evidence as to the proficiency ot the eldest, child. After; hearing a lot of evidence, the Bcncli-dismissod the case concerning tho eldest' girl, Alalia', aijd fined defendant 5s. with 4s. 1 0il. costs in the case of each of two.other fihildren. ' Con stable Lawler withdrew the foui-Lh child's case. ; John Clegg was also charged with not having sent; his four children-to school...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

, DEATHS. ! Mr, Cqri.I^.DuCIlASix, nmglilnnd.hiL'lily res'pccXeil :)i;qsiil(y'{t-fitric;praraiili8tnc|:-.died at his resilience,'^ Karatigi, on; Wednesday night, last- week.- ,Mr. Buchanan-, rliad ?;bcen .ill for some time, ^jind, did not. realise;* aVpar- , cntly, t.hc seriousness 'of ? his tronble.UntiUic: was absolutely' forced to go to (red. . Mr.-anil Mrs; Gill of CofT'siHarbor nave every assis tance in ; their poj.701', antl - Dr. -Zieblke,' of Upper' Bucca treated the patient, but. : the enso was beyond remedy, and Mr. Buchanan died from cpilcpticci.ina, which had followed a relapse fifter an attack of Inflncnan. He leaves a Widow, and young family, with wliom deep sympathy Is-expresscd tltrouahoilt the I district. The funeral was largely attended, I and the Rev. T. D. IOvans made some im- I press! vc nnd sympathetic remarks in enn-, ducting the servicc, at the grave. . . Mr. George Woodgale, ! of Macksville, died on Saturday last from coiiRinnption. He Inst his wife from the...

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SOMETHING WORTH SEEING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

SOMETHING, WORTH SEEING. RE3IDEMTS of-' this and ? the Nambueca district are to have ari-opportunity of. seeing that wonderful and novel invention, the ? biograph., The biograph is said . to be even more wonderful ' than- the cinema togiaphe, which it has siiperseiled. It depicts scenes with wonderful .tideliry, and is enthusiastic-' ally spoken of . by.;erowds ..who have flocked to see it in all parts of the world. Colonel Lumare's granilomnsical company, which ? viiiUEf ? -lu-tMyiii, mill lu-mwiiinv night; includes the biograph in -its entertain ment, -amf everyone should see' it. Resides the biograph there will bean exceptionally good entertainment.- by iWill Wynand. the great comic, character impersonator j the celebrated Clare - sisters (from Melbourne Opera House), and other skilful artists. The eomparfy-visits-Bgllmger. Heads on Monday night, and tlieif gBes to tlie Nambucca, as advertised in this. issue..

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MACKSVILLE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

MACKSVILLE SPORTS. Following are the starts allotted for the Macksville Han'dicap of £10, on Wednesday next, — Yds. P. McAtcer ... ...; .?:??? 5 A. J. Paine . , ... 5 , ' F. P. Welsh ? ? 12-. . ? S.;Menary-' : ; ? : ... lli W. Ross ? ? 17 J. MeNally ? v ? IS Angus McKay ..; ...' v; ? .19..'.. A. D; Johnstone ... ... ... 20 H. .Smith . ...- ? ,21 J. Swift ? 22 J. Rowe ? ? '. ... 22 v J. Elderton ? . ... ; ... -25 W. J. Mai tin I: ? 25 Acceptances for, this event close at 10 o'clock on the moriiing. of -the racc. . A good day's sport, id antfeipated, and a ball is to be held at. night. - . . ?

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

f ! ACCIDENT S. ; Mr. FT. A. Mrr,ns, proprietor of the Fern moiml. livery stables, met with a sensational accident on' Sunday morning last.- H'e had arranged to convey camp requisites and men from Bellingen to Dorrigo for Mr. Christie, surveyor, and left Fcrnmnlint with his four in-hand drag for that pui-posft. On Marx Hill one of the horses- kicked and got a leu over the pole. Tlien the animal kicked still more, and the team bolted. Mr. Miles kept the horses in hand well, 1 ut at the sharp turn just above Mr. II. Bennett's one horse fell. The pole snapped off and the coach turned over twice! crushing the driver in its fil-st revolution. The iioises'. fell heavily at the bridge, and got. free of each other to , some extent ; they ended a mail gallop at Bellingen, one of,, them. 'Charlie,' a fine animal, being much .cut and bruised. When the coach capsized, Mr. Miles got up and did not feci much' hui-t at.-first, but in a' few minutes; he' became' unconscious' awl,' was taken to Mr. ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

WESLEYAN. .- THE quarterly report of the 'Dcllinger Wesleyan Circuit, states that there was a sur plus on last quarter's financial efforts of £9 14s. 8d., which was devoted to reducing, the old debt. An increase in membership was reported, and it vvasdecidcd to hold the local , Preachers' and quarterly meeting on January 5th next,, at Bellingen.- The balance-sheet tot' tli'e qbahiii- showed an ihcome'of £57 9s. 5d.. to which hellingcn contribntcil £18 3s. lid., Never Never £5 19s. 4d., Bowra £4 2s. 10d„ Nana Glen '£3 13s., Taylor's Arm £2 9s. Gd., Bellinger Heads £2 2s. 10.1., Gleniffcr £1 lis. Gd., Fernmount £1 13s., Upper Bucca £1 13s., Nambueca Heads £1 12s., Coff's Harbor £1 lis. (id.. Coramba £1 2s. (id., Upper Orara- 13S. 3(1.,-. South- Arm' 10^., Lower Bucca 9s. 3d., Dorrigo 5s. Gil., Raleigh 5s. Marriage fees amounted to £4 10s., and the self-denial effort, realised £1 8s. Gil. . The ex penditure was £9 !4s. 8d. paid oil the old debt of £29 18s. ; stipend (part paid) £35; ho...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

?Ti-b great frtetra'clc pblic'J of tho .Refo. party has apparently collapsed,'; and fallen in many .:? pieces. When G. II. Rnm initiated the policy of direct tax ation lie' declared. that all o'tlior- duties exeent those uiion wine's, spirits, ales, and tobacco were to lie swept away, and that the poor man's tnlile was to be ab solutely. -free. Thorn : was a catchy ring f a boti t - 1 h e si l on t f o r 1 i be ra 1 i s m i a n d f ree- I doin' of trade, and the putting oF the burden of taxation upon the shoulders : of the wealthy, which tickled the ears of the people, and G. LI. ; Rkid was. given a chance to bring- about his proposed : millennium. . The land and income taxes were to fill the public coffers,; and burst up monopolies and provide cra ; ployment j and freedom of trade was to divert trade into natural and prosperous' channels ; and New South wales was to ! become a rich, and happy, and jolly, nnd fat nation, which would know no ' more deficits,- no'; more unemployed, .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

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PRESENTATION TO A POLICE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

PRESENTATION TO A POLICE OFFICER. FiVOJr 'the Merriiua and Cassilis Stan dard- of October 8, — The residents of Macksville, on the Nambucca River, gave 'Senior-Constable Robert Quayle a very, kind send-off:- on the occasion of his promotion to Merriwa, and ih fnrther recognition of his worth as a public officer and citizen sent an illuminated ? address to Merriwa with a .request-that thc- ljench would present it to him. At the Court -oiv- Wednesday, the 5th iust., 'Mr.' G. R. Evans, -P.M., as chairman of1, the Bench, made the presentation just 1 after the -lunclieon hour.' In the course of a nice little speech his Worship-said it gave him much pleasure to 'perform the oflice, and lie- considered that con scientious , and.-' efficient police ? officers were deserving.: of the- very greatest recognition- by.- the public, - us they, were the miniediat-o- protectors ' of ? lite ' and property. It- was gratifying' to see ' meritorious :? officers appreciated. ? The address wa's read' as ...

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THE CHARGE AGAINST MR. YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

THE CHARGE AGAINST MR. YOUNG. A- MEETlNff 'of Hon. E. Darton's late Election Committee was held at. Neil's Vic toria Hotel, last Friday,- to consider what steps should be taken to place evidence be fore the Royal Commission to enquire .into tho charges against the Hon. J.. II.- Young, Minister for Works,, in connection with the late election. The MayoiyMr. Man-auk, took the chair: and thcre'was a good attendance. Afterconsidcrablefiiscussion Mr. J. McMaugh was appointed to collect the evidence ottered and submit the substance of it to the; Secre tary of the lloy.d ' Commission, together with a. rcquest that the Commission would hold its sittings local ly»-;- As a result ot this (leter inination a - good 'number of -witnesses Avere found, and the substance -of their proposed evidence forwariled to Sydney by the liurra ivong'3 mail on Monday. — Maeleay Chronicle.

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A. FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

A. FAITHFUL TRAITOR. GIMPTER XX-T. ' EuzAUHTiij I want you to- be a strong sensible woman you. have that i II,. yottr which promises every- good thing, but your happiness lies in your own hands... E have-given, .back to-you your mother's memory now I am 'going to ' . give-bacU to'you'your father s too. ,ilo was aniunforttinate man;.a wcalc-.nian'j. a Bruel:man, in a sense, for he brolco your, luothor's-hcnrt but ho was by birth a gcntloman,.n»d you, .as his-chikl,.and as the-ohild of my dear Margaret- Latimaiy arbrwoi'thy .to^bo the wife of any honor ablo - tnun,:. ovci--'— hero Mrs. Procter liibhed into tho: girl's- eyes — 'f even, tho wife of Sir Antony. Peilo, if lie should1 lie free to' ask you.' Then,, before the girl could speak), the old lady wont on very; quietly. ' Your grandmother never recovered ft:om- the shocK of . her .daughter's- association' with the stage and marriage- with ail actor; she was not likely to 'grow- more lenient when, tho news came of your father's man...

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Local Interest. DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

Local Interest. OISTRICT WANTS.' ?Mr. MoLAUGiitTN,1 M.P., hao bten in-, formed by the Public ? Departments as follows :—rl. .That, lii'rcsponsc to an 'applica- tion by Macksville ,1'iogress Committee for £300 as -a special.grant for thc; road from Macksville ferry via Bradley's to Dowraville, instruction's have bcen given.to put -improve-, uients to this road in hand at once. 2. That tlic ptau on survey, ul pi-opuse'i roan, . uuiit garini up Taylor's -Arm,; from Lyncli's.to the head of settlement-, has not yet been received, and-the-district surveyor, at Grafton will be n';aln written to. upon the matter. 3. That, the road along the river bank fiom Nambucca Heads; to , Macks vitlec^tljougli recently sur veyed by the Lainls'Depa'rtnient, has not, yet been proclaimed, nnil'nnlil 'this has been done the Roads M)epnrtineAt- can take no action. in the matter.

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

Echoes. By Tiie Pu.aniM. .Anything in thiB;.column is not necessarily . identified .with the policy of the paper. N.Ei/L :: VV Don't tell anyone I'm en gaged.','., :. Littlo- brother No -fear I'm as much ashamed of it as1 you are.' * * * * * * x' . J.HB imported bull sent by -the Gov .onimeiit/to.tho Miic-Ieay has been named ' Toby.!,' .. JIacleay people wcro afraid ? : to offend the animal, or they would have' : ? called it ' Syd. Smith.' j a * ^ y- / * * n'.i' Bi. tho'timo the Government get -. the-- ; estimates through tlioro i will, bo littlo, . chanco of anything- more, bfiing. dono.. before tho-. session, closes.; :?. then .'there .will be: anothec long holiday.: ? * ,* ; . * ? , * , ?«: -. *7 , , ... Mr. Nonnin: has been 'appointed) to ? 'defend ' Mr. Young at the Royal Commission of inquiry, and tho Govern ment will pay. Mr. iTon-ie's expenses and fees. If the inquiry go. agiinst: Young;1 things will be awkwarj.- Mr. Young should pay. for., his own- dcfonco nnyhowV *' '*' *....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 November 1898

. Try , the Bellingen Store tor laces. The ;la(lies^aie ilelighted:with..them.f . . ' - ' ltoBi'. J.] SMiTHj butcli'eiv is a cash pur chaser of pigs and cattle, fats or stores,- in large or. small lots.*- ? ????( ,' You caiinot Beat E-..T. Matthews' for- ladies' s parachutes. -The greatest variety and. quality ever stocked iii Bellingen.* If socialism means an eifortto improve the . condition of the poorer classes in a pruden; iund progressive manner, it is impossible to- .. 'pursue a.rioblpr.aim.—JJeo 261Ui - c Fedcration. may be all right, but when you ' : are travelling and want a good comfortable home, go to Egan's West Kenipsey Hotel. 'Yoii get the -bosl.of, everything there.* ?-, i .» ' 11 1.et''the^ slhndc'reis make their cliargcs ? ogainst Mr. Young,' says Mr. Iteid.- ? ?WeilJ they do they, say that 5Ir. Yonng went to. . thc;Macleay:as Minister fotvWdrks-lo help a. Govenrment candidate. That ifi enough.: . - ? SANDEitand Son's Eucalypti ExTJtACT. 'According .to reports ol. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 November 1898

IN the course of his speech at the opening of Parliament recently, his j 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 erf pastoral settlers for years past, are happily breaking, arid the prospects of the approaching season are highly encouraging. The area under culti ration shows an unprecedented increase for the past two years of no less than 35 per cent., and the progress of dairy-farming is no less astonish ing.- [A- Voice :? Where do you ' BUY VOUR DRAPERY from ?] The work of clearing waste lands, and turning them to pur poses of production,- is vigorously proceeding' in all direction's. Thousands of residential holdings have been taken up under the lland;Act of 1895. The scrub lands of the West Bogf.n district, recently cleared by the Government, are now being rapidly leased at rentals yielding a fair return iipon thei'outlky. The cost of the ...

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 November 1898

Echoes. Bif' Tnk PiilohtM*' Aching 'ft this.colurttti- is not |fecpssnriiy identified with'the policy of tlie paper. Sfrul Willis : ' There iB'oiily one party iii.1 the House now. , .RVid lias '.gone buck oti' all lie pi!-!'nchcd;; irf the', past, aiid is '' sncnlcii'fg' ii'i protection ' on his own lines. *' * * * * *' / .* ' AvOtMeu victiiW: A little girl-named l¥aiifeliibn, five years, bnmed to- death at' Miller's forest ('Hunter', ftiver). throtigh Ker cloihus catching fire at the lfilCheir' stove.; ~ . *?' *' * $???#'?.& £ BspbKfc' tlie' general' .election Mr. llcid promised' the. police' an 'annual lioli dny. He got their votes, but they are not1 going to'get the holiday. They are now told thiit' they' may ; have tlie usual lijave'by asking for it in' the' usual way. -ii *-? v *r »' ** ' ReidV threat to' fltiece the Civil Ser vahts'ifMiii'npw' taxation- proposals are not carriedMs cowardly. He has cut the small' salaries' down twice' already, and tfojrlHtge'o'nep' have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 November 1898

Try the Bellingen Store for laces. The ladies are delighted with them.* Sander. and Son's Eucalypti Extract. According to reports of a great number of physicians of. the highest professional stand ing, theie are- offered) ' Eucalypti Extracts which possesses no curative qualities. In protection of the world-wide ' fume of San di:r and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from these report's, 'which bear fully out that no reliance can be 'plnped; in other products Dr. W. B. Rush; Oakland, Fla„ writes : ' It is sometimes difliculi' to; obtain' tho genuine article (Sakder 'aot Sons'). I employed different other prep'irat ions j tliey had no therapeutic value aiid.Jio^'ftccts. . In one c'nse'thc effects \vere similar.jto.-the oil' camphorn; the objeetionablc'act'ioH 'of wlijch is we known.' Dr. Ii. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, snys : ' Since f beenme'. acquainted, with this preparation (Sander' ajjd Sons') I use, no other form of eucalyptus, as I think it is by far . the best.' D...

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