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CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. NEVER NEVER [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
CRICKET. ? BELLINGEN v. NEVER NEVER. HeIjLINGIW and Never Never clubs put teams in the field at Bellingen on Saturday, several players from each club being barred or absent in representative cricket. Bellin gen Buffered most in this respect. The game ended in a win for Never Never, though had it been played out the result would probably have been . different. A remarkable; feature of the game was that the scores ivere exactly the same as those in the match played by the full slrfingt.il of the same clubs a fortuight previous ; on that occasion Bellingen won with ? 1-27 to 117, and on Saturday Never Never made 127 to 117. For the winners A. Kuters played well for 51 and 21 ; Fowler, -Rose, Dalley, and Lean also did good service. Baly played .splendid cricket for Bellingen, nnd Bennett, Best, nnd Matthews also showed ? good form. Baly and Matthews scored fast in the second.inningsand looked like making I alp the runs ?: required had time allowed. Bajy, Apsey; and ? Moore.were;, the, m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
Pigs and Poultry. -r T, FAlTLKS, the Pig and Poultry ZJ » Buyer,- will, be on the. Bellinger during the first week fn December. Highest Cash Prices given,- especicn'lly for large pijrsv- Mes sages left at Tyler's -hotel, ' Bellingen} or Birshell'tf hotel, Buleiglv, will be attended to1 In the Supreme Court of [ tNew South. Wales, PRO'BATE JURISDICTION, !tf tire Wi'll ot' WALTER GRACE, late of Wood - bevy,- Nambucca River, in the colony of Hew South' Wales, farmer, deceased. APPLICATION will bo made after four teen days'from the publication .hereof that Probate' of the last Will and Testament of the aboveiiamed' deceased may be granted to Catherine Grace;- the' sole' Executrix in the said Will' nameU'. J-OHN GrLFlL-L-AN, Pr'ofct'or for Applicar,t,-lSempsoy. By M'u'DbLB, 130 Pitt-street, Sydney. . LegaL MR. J. R. IVrARRACK, ' SOUCITO'R) KEMPSEY, WILL attchd all- Courts at Bellingen when required', an'd may b'e consulted by letter.- ' ? ? Medicalv J. ZIBJBILKIE, MD-, PHYSICIAN &...
PARTY POLITICS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
PARTY POLITICS. I TO THE. EDITOR Of THE RALEIGH BUN. SIR,— ^The second motion of censure, which ' has just been disposed of, furnishes one more nrgunvnt in favor of the abolition of the system of carrying on the parliamentary business of tlie country on strictly party lines. The previous parliament prorogued before last Christmas, and no business was transacted until the new parliament met about eight months later. It is now within a few weeks of that festive season, and, not withstanding aily promises made by Nlinis tci'3 to the Contrary, the consideration of the Estimates will absorb the remainder of the present session. It will thus be seen that lor twelve months' salary drawn by Ministers and Members of Parliament they have per formed tlie -vomIerfi.il feat of making a few amendments in tlie Federal bill and disposing of t\Vo motions of censure iti as many months. Deputation after deputation waits on Minis ters, clanloririg fi)r necessary legislation, which Ministers promise to ...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
. SCHOOL OF ARTS. BElililXGrEN- School of Arts- is to have a piano for its own use, atonce.. Thanks to the energy, of Mr. G. J-'. Abbott, who as a member' of the committee has canvassed very success fully; the-.gi eater part of the money has- beeii subscribed, and1.1 the remainder has been ad vanced on the guarantee of six members of tho institution. The piano has been ordered, and will be here'shortly.
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
Interesting Items'; Raleiou- Progress- Committee re cently petitioned through Sfr.'McLaugh lin- for a wharf on1 the north bank, 2if miltas above Raleigh ferry. The Minis ter has informed Mr. McLaughlin' tliat a sunr of money will be noted- oil the estimates for tho work. * *. * * * * - * * Nambucca Heads- P'rogress Coin mittee recently asked,- through Mr'. McLaughlin, that further works should be carried out at tlie' Heads. The De partment: lias repl ie'd ns fbU6ivsi^' Fur th-er works at the' Heads' cannot' be proceeded with1 until the '.'.scheme reebni mon'ded by the Public' Works Committee' has beeir passed' by Parliament and tho' necessary funds1 voted.'' ? * *' * * * * * * Is reply to a request by the Nam bucca Heads Progress Committee Mr. McLaughlin is informed tlrat the sand pump dredge; cannot be' spared at pre sent froui the more' important work in the main1 channel. When the works approved by the Parliamentary Stand ing Committee on public works can bo gone on with, and the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
FIIRISriTURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING; HAVE PLEASEDOTHERS. CAN PLEASE YOU. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Tastefully Upholstered in Rich Silk Tapestry and Plush Borders, Settee, Pair Arm Chairs, and 4 Cnrved Smalj Chairs, £4 10s. HALL'S SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, Covered in Best Quality Crocket's Cloth, Large Couch,- Pair Easy ' Chairs, and (j Padded-back .Small Clmirs, SIX GUINEAS. Hall's have on view 50 Drawing-Room Suites, from 4 guineas to 25 guineas. Hall's have on view SO Pininq-Room Suites, from, £5,1 5s- Jo 25 guineas. HALL'S POLISHED' WALNUT COLOR BEDROOM SUITE,- . Wardrobo with best PlateglassDoor, Dnchesse Toilet, Chest Drawers,- with Glass attached, and Marble-topped Washstand, 2 Cane Chairs, and Towel Rail, £6 IPs. , . .BALL'S ? ? ' BRASS-MOUNTED HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full Sizer ' ' ' Double W i ro M attress, Top' Mattro'ss*, Bolster, and -2' Pillows, £3 I5s. ' Hall's have on view 60 Bedroom Suites, from 6 guineas to 50 guineas, , A. HALL AND COMPANY, 561, 563, 505, 56...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
' The' North ' Goast [STEAM - NAVIGATION * CO., 1/LMl'l'ED. ' , rrplilw Ciivonlu' B.S; KOSED^VLIS vv.Il makCi JL - . frequent .and .-regular trips' during, the' ! busy season ; (bar permitting) about EVER}' i'lVE DAYS. . ?[;. Times of iii-rival and departure' 'will be. an-;' . iiioiincctl at the respective Post Ollieeion the ? :l!iver. '?! J-'-.-...:-- .. ... -The. .proghinff.aiTangements are undcrsthc; .'?supervision of Mr. Doepel, who is long\ . i.and favorably kno\viv in the trade; ! : ' v.F. bOEPBL, Local Agent.1 ; ? ?.;l«CHAn-D^:00'piCB,'S6erot!iry; ?-T. Ii. ALLT & JOHN SEE, ; : . . -Managing Directors. 'G.XBRINER, vLand, Commission, and ? ' -General Agent. TT AND OASES conducted at Meetings of '. jLj. Local Land. oard. Forms prepared, : 'and all ? business connected with:Land trans encted, ' 1 ' - ' ?' , ' .' ? ' .Larid and.' Income -Tax businessvattended r,o. Any kind of clerical work .done. ? ? . Agent. for itJie City. Mutual, Life Assurance ? '-Society. ... G. -S.'i...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
Church Services. WESLEVAN. Sunday, November 27 — Gleniffer , 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Hodges-. Bellingen, 7.30 p.vi. — „ ,, Jftmv-. Never, 7..30- p.m.— Mr. &A, Nelson. HHut/lor1* Arm ( Welsh's.),. II a.m.- — Mr. Ji. .? Joyce. Bowraville, 3- p.m. — Mr. B* Joyce. Nambucca Heads, 7.30 p.m.— ,, .
LECTURES ON THE BELLINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
LECTURES ON TH£ BELLINGER. Mr. J. T. Cole, a director of the Farmers' Co-operative Company, and a gentleman who has had a wide practical experience. in the coast ^districts of the colony, visited, the, Bellinger, this week. Mr. Cole catne, frqtn .Sydney via Aruii clalo and tlie Dorrigo. ? He visited Orlcnilier, Gordgn'ville', .. Raleigh, , and other parts of tli'o district during this week nnd formed a' high 'opinion' of its natural capabilities. ' | , , ,- Mr. Colo delivered a lecture at fern mount on Tuesday* night' on cpoper ntion' as applied to dairying,' and its, ? advantages in tlie niarketing of nil dairy aiul farm' produce. -.There was a very fair attendance of farmers and others, and Mr. II. B'oifltwo'od, J.P., who occu pied the cliair,- introduced the lecturer in a'few appropriate remarks,; Mr.- Cole said lie was very pleased ,to meet th'e farmers of fh'e-Bdllinger and address' tliem uppn a snbjeot which they m'u'st all recognise as, .of., vital impor tance to their own we...
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
TELEGRAMS. j ' . SSUNEV, Wecinesdnv. ? Lotid' Hampden has announced his inten tion of resigning the Governorshi|V nnd leaving the colony in March next. He-says he: accepted the appointment on condition that he would be al lowed to resign at. the end of three or fqiirjyerirs.- His:§tay'in.tiie colony has; he says. fjeen a very linnnv-one. and he regrets leaving; especially before the accom plishment of- fedjrati in. The resignation is generally, regretted. It is said , that Lord Hampden leave's-to attend to urgent private business in England. Many French papers advocate an alliance between Franco and Germany.. -. The feeling in regard to England is serious; and, French war-vessels are constantly practising the arts of war;. , - The German Emperor is hurrying home from Palestine.- He refuses to visit Spain for fear of offending America, and' will not pass-. -through 'j French territory for fear of alienating iSnglaiul's friendship. - : - America refused to' arbitrate over the Philippi...
PUBLIC SCHOOL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
PUBLIC SCHOOL ITEM'S. I lid A'. Lobban, District Inspector of Public Schools, visited the district this week. Oil Mondaiy Mr. Lobban came ftpm .Dorrigo,', where he inspected the new building.' He watf fery niueli pleased '-.wiftftfaie niauner.in which' th£ contractor, Mr.' ?£'; Phillips, had'' done his work ; ,22 children wer6: examined in' the seffool on Monday. Mr, ,Lobban reached Bcllfngeri on Monday evening, ' and visited Valla (Upper Deep; Creek) and. Barrieton Behoofs on Wednesday. On Thursday, at Betlingeii school, he cqji'diicted ail examina tion of candi'djjSs' for the olHce of - pupili tqachor. There Were four candidates'— :Masters Patrick Joseph Rigiiey and Oswald John B,la;ck,'from' IVellingeh school ; Horace Saker Koulkes'j- Helirnger Heads' scli'o'ol ; and Mar shall'. Dalway McCarth'y,, Nambucca, Heails. school.- One candidate will, bo a'ecepted.'and will bo' appointed tpr Bo.wriV;^ .- % There Were four'temlers' fori. Coil's' Harbor teacherls residen'ce,' th'e' lowest ...
DISTRICT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
DISTRICT WANTS. Mb. MoLauchMn1, M.P., writes to ilr.'O. S. Briner as follows, — lie bridge over river at Bellingen. The petition and -previous com munications presented by me from .you in tliis matter have been forwarded to the local officer (Mr. Crouch) for report thereon. . . Iln Caliill's wharf. The Engineer-in-Cliief has made a minute in reference to tlifs re quest, in which he recommends that ex pen' diture on this wharf should stand over rmtil tho.eatimates for next year have been passed. . The Minister has not yet dealt with the . matter, he having been out of town since the minute referred to was made. . . Be road to Mr. Best's, Upper South Arm. The papers have been forwarded to Mr. Crouch for his report. . . He lantana. I alBO inquired at tho Lands Department relative to tho neces sity for including lantana in the Noxious Weeds Bill. Although I was informed last month by the Department that tho Minister intended to include lantana in the bill, I re ceived a somewhat differe...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
Brief Mention. Belmnqek RlVEKUnion meeting to-night (Friday)'. Leader and' many items- are' crowded out of this issue. 'Jack' Wantis-off to Egypt., on full pay of course, for some' months Try the Bellingen Store for laces. . The' ladies are' delighted- with them.* Bowra pony and 'galloway club races on j January 2. '.Programme' in -this iss'nn. Mr. R. Griffith left Bellingen- for Grafton' yesterday ,? to attend the' Wesleyan Synod. At Bellingen' on Monday, an auctioneer's license vims- granted to Mr, K. B.-.H-. Baker. N'ot out. But you' -will- be unless you try some of. F? T. Matthews' cricket materials. He has also some' splendid serges and cricket suits.* '' The Rev'. C. E. Burgess will probably be absent at Armidale for a couple of weeks iff December. -. . . Robt'. J. Smith, birtcher, }s a.cash pur shasiir of pigs and cattle;- fats or stores, in large oi! small lots.'''' Mrs. S. O. Morth'cn was reported slighly better on Monday, but no jlfopes are euter-: tained of her recovery. ...
THE YOUNG COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
the young commission. The inquiry into charges against t'hc Min ister for Works opened in Sydney on; Monday, and waS continued on Tuesday. About 20 witnesses were present. Mr. Kelynack oi'r' peared on behalf of Mr. Young. -.Tho first witness, John Ainsworth,- a -farmer residing at Frederickton, heard Mr.- Young say,- while addressing a public meeting, tliat if Mr. Smith was returned they would' woi'k liami in hand, and ho would do all he could to assist Mr. Smith.' Ho also made some re remarks about tho amount of money ex pended on works in the district during his term of office, and said.it was only natural he would do more for his friend as an old col league than for a stranger. Duncan ' Bain, J.P., (Hastings River), deposed tliat he heard Mr. Young, replying to a question put to him With reference to a bridge over the Hastings at Cameron's crossing, say ' if you vote for my man I will see that you get that bridge.' Hugh Bridson said he heard Mr.- Young say he coukl tell them,; wi...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
PRESBYTERIAN, A farewell social will be . tendered to the Rev. T. D. Evans by the Orara people on Wednesday next in the IvaVangi Presbyterian ('hutch1. O'lv the following Sunday Air. Evans Will hold his farewell servicesrn- that district,; the valedictory sermon being preached in the Karangi church tit 3 o'clock. . 3;he sale of gtfcs'in aid of the Bclliiigen Presbyterian : flh n T'f'h will- llf nnpiipll-. t.Ki« n ft eriiMMn T'fi I -1 '!-? in Moody's-hnll,- and will be continued- to' night, to-morrow afternoon', and1 to-morrow night. There will be a concert each' evening,- the admission being sixpence. , . ? We- , learn on reliable authority that the Rev. T. Dt Evans has- been asked to- fill a charge in Brisbane for' two; months' daring the absence on leave of the present minister. Mr. Evans' inay accept the offer when1 his time expires' here, and will then go straight home;
A CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
A CAUTION.-; We' a rd re'quesfecr to state that in fiitui'e the Government boat at the old \vharf,- Bel- lingen, -Will 1)0 under lock and key.- The boat is provided for the use of school children, and , for-general' purposes- in time of flood'.' The oars have' been' repeatedly damaged ior de stroyed 'altogether, and' the boat itself illused. It has now been put under loult, and (he key can be obtained'- only 'from1 Mr. G. J. Hender son,. at the public school1. It i:s intended in future to prosecute1 anyone using the- boat without permission, or anyone , in1 any way ill-using it. . ' ; ? ' ' ' .
NEVER NEVER PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
NEVER NEVER PROGI?ESS COMMITTEE, The treiiar monthly meeting of the Never Never Progress Committee was held on Saturday, November 19. The president,- Mr. W. Lean, J.P., occupied tire chair.- The minutes of the previous meeting were rend, and adopted on the motion of Mr. A. Ander son seconded by -Mr. J. McCarthy. The cor respondence-was read, and received on the motion of MivJ. McCarthy seconded by Sir. Cleaver. It was proposed by Mr. J. SfcC'ar tliy, seconded by : Mr. C. McCarthy, and carried, — ''fhat the secretary write to1 Mr; Crouch, asking liinr when the tender® are to be called for the erection of the bridge over Die Happy Creek, as nearly two months ?had elapsed since Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., had Informed 'the Committee- that, the money had been made available.'- It was proposed by Mr. A. Anderson, seconded by Mr. C. McCar thy, and carried, — 'That the secretary write to the Minister for Works,' th'rottgh Mr. McLaughlin', M.P., asking him to' have' the Never Never road classed h...
A GOOD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
? A GOOD COMPANY. The Sherwood-JIcGowan Dramatic Com pany sustained its good reputation on the Bellinger last week. After playing to good | houses at the Heads- amd F'ernmoiViit, the company opened fn Moody's.hall al) Bellingen on Thmsdny night with ' All for Gold.' Oh Friday night 'The' Two 'VagabonilsV Vvas staged, and on Saturday 'night the old favorite, ' Arrnh-na-Pogue.' There was a good audi ence each night,- and the- company proved to be far above the average .combination which attempt? the drama, ciomc'of the ai'tists are from the front rank? of the profession, and for all-rouml ability the' Sherwood- JIcGowiin Company would be difficult to excel. The company play.on the' Nambucca again this week on their .why south. They will re-visit here, at New Year, ami will 'be sure' of a welcome.. . .. ? - :
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 November 1898
Echoes* I , . : Rv iTnii' Pi ' :- An'j.tliftiH jn tliis.-^colunui laAnot necessarily with -'the- policy of.tlie paper. K'ISwhiwp-ftiv: war. Tweed Herald nnA Jli'chmo/id ltwivj Herald libel action .will fo.'JiQ«i:d-.nt Gruffon DistricuCpii^t'-.tbi nwmtli!/' *-i *'♦ *'?-' *?' *- #*. *w Two more -victims* Beatrice \ Ay res, 11 jycnr^, burned ; to 'dentil -at- Armidale. A\gi|-J iiame.d Gr.eifv G-yeur^,. burned to dp.vtli .at lYiiss.-on-vtlie UHiiio. day. .recently. *. *?-; *:: #\ . *- it. * ,Ifj London?cnch day.4Q0 .children .are, Ijarn j 200- enter.,- school. for tfi.e-- fills t lime ; 200. .begin their, apprenticeship ; I 15Q persons enter married life, .and 200 persons die. ?; ? *. *s, '*i, ? North Coast members voted : with Itaid. against Bai-t.on,,- nnd saved their helo.ved ? sugar... Nrjw let 'them insist upon a duty on maize, . timber, wheat,, and other, N.S.W. -products.-, * „ * ., *- *-? *?* : In-. England a :.bailiftt named -. Taylor has.; been sentenced'! to '20 ^years'. pena...