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KARANGI CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
KARANGI CREAMERY. I Oun correspondent writes A meeting of : the KararTgi Dairy .Union' was held oii Satur idny evening last at the residence' of the secretary (Jir. Jas. Buchanan), when all the .members .present signed the 'necessary bond, and decided' to' start at once and erect the buildings for .the -machinery,; The- building will be nut uo 011 a site, donated bv the -late ?Mr.- Colin Buchanan for that- purpose — on' the eastern- siflcof the main' Giiutoh-Coff's Harbor /road, and ndjaccnt- to -the- ? .Presby terian Church. Tlie steam. Tiirhirte separator, wilh^all necessary appliances.' will come from the well-kflown' lii'm of ' Waugh and- Joseph- son, Sydney, and will arrive by the- time. the buildings are ready for it.
AN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
AN ACCIDENT. j On Saturday Mrs-. W. H. Ducat, of Jcrsey ville, and Mi's. Watt were driving from Arakoon .to Jersey villa With a buggy and pair.' On the hill near Mr. G. Cooper's the iidises bolted, : the brake going wrong. Tho. buggy was- capsized, and' though. Mrs. Watt escaped with.1 a - severe shaking and a few bruises, one, child received a severe -injury near the ? eye. The other children were un injured, the youngest one'fivHing between the brake and tho undot' carriage and escaping miraculously. ' Mrs; Ducht was '« thrown against a log-anil had- her left arm broken above the wrist, .and-her scalp laid open from the forehead to the back of the head, and she was badly bruised about tho face and body. Dr. Franklin-treated tho .BUflorciya'nd she is improving.
A CO-OPERATIVE FACTORY- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
f A CO-OPERATIVE -FACTORY.. !: ? .Thi? nieeiiri^',' arising ontof Mr-,J. T. Cole's lecture, to form a compin'iv: Was held -in Bollingen ftchbol of Arts ou.lhursday after noon oL last -v/eekitMiv Jol|ii Pollock presulf ing. 'J'bere was a good attendance from- all parts of- the- rivbr. ' It, being our publishing day we were. unable to be preseht., anil heticc. cpunot report 111 luu.v we. learn, However, thaNi. company was formed; to be known 'as V The Jicllinger Hiver Oo-opei'ittivo Freezing lind Butter-making Company, Liliii(ed.',r It was deci'leii^k) limit the minimum nnmber of sharcs to live, ^rith 110 limit^s tOimaximum y 2s. Od. to be paid'-oii application, 2s. Oil. 611 Allotment, with calls'-'^ not more th'anils; per sliare per month. Miv Geo. Harr was ap poiiited secretary pro tem', nnd Mcssis. G, Tyson, J^McKadyen, jun., D. Anderson, J. !'? Greer, „H. Scott, K, T. Matthews', anil John1 Glyde were appointed 'provisional directors. -A meeting of tlie dkoclors was held on VVed ne...
THE REV. T D. EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
THE REV. T;; D.- - EVANS. ' OOB correspondent writes that:at Karangi - ton Sunday-last, iit- tlie Presbytei-iiih. Church, ; 'the Rev: T; D. Evans ;preachcd a very im pressive. farewell sermon to a large congrega tion, many from other'denominations -being present. Mr. Evans made himiclf very popular with all creeds in tho district, and did much to strengthen the bonds of friend ship and good feeling amongst the people. He- carries with, him to his native land, not only from his' own . church people but from, the wholo community, the best of wishes for his future. ?
Local Interest. A TEACHER'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
Local Interest. . A TEACHER'S RESIGNATION. MISS Haffendex, who has-been assistant1 to Mr. G.J. Henderson, at Bellingen - Public:' -School for 12 months, has resigned fronvthff :servicej and returns to her home 011' the ?Clarence/ Miss Haffienden has been a popu lar, vocalist ab public entertainments here and throughout the district, and her ready, ami valuable assistance will be mucli missed... She has also 'for- some 'time been organist feb St. ?Margaret's - Anglitan*/ Church, and- her musical talent has 'been -'a fgrea't-help 'toitlic choir. ? '
LAND BOARD MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
LAND BOARD MEETjfyGSvl Til 13 Jjocal Tjand Board sat at Bellingen oil Friday nnd Saturday last, December 2 and .3, nnd at Bowra on Monday, Peeeinber p. Tlie presiding members nt both places were Mr., 'A. J. l'ark (uliairmnn), !)Ir. .1'. ]5. Cheers, ;ui-l Mr. f1, ]'. Matthews. Only oue dayla business had been set down tor Belhngeii, but ns Several cases turpefl out tp .be .-Jejigthy aud necessitated careful coiisnleiation, the Board had to sit until Into .in the evening of the .second day. M r. B. J. Deveiel I, inspector oE conriitionnl. purehuses, was. present ;at ^both sittings, nnd Mr. H. Breakell was in his old position . At .liowra the list of eases was got through in the day, most of tho cases being only applications for larifi. Tlie following cases .were dealt with, — A.T BEI.LINGEN. JIatthew Kelly.— An application for an o.c.p. of 40 acres and a e.l. of 120 acres was confirmed, tlie, rent of the lease to be deter mined at a, future ,sitting. William J.nmes iiinclair.— An appl...
WARRELL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
| WARRELL CREEK. I We are pleased to see that, probably owing to the introduction of some new blood, ad ditional political life is makingits appearance in the southern portion of the electorate. It is: high .tiriie t i :'a t something was done, as Warrell' Creek and the road to Stuart's Point have been so neglected that their. use. to the public, has been minimisejl. Warrell Creek is in a particularly disgraceful condition as far. as navigation is concerned, the export of timber and other produce being barely pos sible even during the highest points of the spring tides. We wish every -success -to the new;inovement, as stagnation ' ari'd- retrogress sio'ii mean the same thing. '
MONEY FOR OUR RIVERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
?MONEY FOR OUR RIVERS* -Iu Parliament last week, the votes recommended by tho Public Works Committee for the Bellinger, Namlwcca, jVTaclcay, Hastings, and other northern river improvements were passed by large (Piajorities. .B.riefly ,the .debate was as follows, — .Mr. Young moved the vote for the 'Bellinger. liV.om official reports he said lie found that the depth, on the iBeliinger ibar now ^varied from six to, ten' feet, ! whereas it used ito be five to eight feet. It would he (Wasting past money to stop .the work .now. The proposed expendi ture .was £36,000, .which would make about £70,000 spent on the works. Mr. Lyne said :the. estimated expendi - tnre was £171,000, and Mr. A'. Chap man interjected that this sum would buy. , up 'the whole district. Mr. Lytic went on to say that the (woi'k had proved ;a failure, and that A(ie depth .on .the bar a week before was ojjy four feet. Efe believed ui spending the money in build-: ing a.Noiiih .Goast railway. Mr; ^ .McLaughlin strongly ...
DISTRICT WANTS, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
DISTRICT WANTS.' - . . M-it.-'- McLaughlin, M.P., has been .in formed by;,ther, Public Departments as follows : (1.) ; That- it is'-no: deemed expedient to' throwopen fdrest- reserve 20,077;' Dorrigo, -for settlement, as it would be against tho inter ests -of forest conserving; the question of throwing: open. the. plantation reserves has not. yet : beenwlealb with;. (2.) -That the time-table for the mail service, Macksvillc to 71'aylor'a-' Arm, .has -been altered as: desired from, .Mondays and .-Saturdays to Thursdays to Saturdays.- (3.). ? That the 'Department cannot erect a waiting shed and wharf stairs' nt -Jeffrey's wharf, Smithtown, as desired.
CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. NEVER NEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. NEVER NEVER. Belling e jt played Never Never at Never Never on Saturday, and got beaten by 05 runs on .the first innings. The match was played on the wicket in Mr. JI\ IIoso'b pad dock. The wicket is pf clay and .sawdust, anil it played fairly well up to, the latter end : pf , the game. U'he ground is uneven, but ,'cpjild be made' good. li'br/Belliiigen -Haini|-j ^ton, '(Iiiy, and Gr.. Wills .were the only pln.vevs, '-vho,sh6\\'ed any torni ',iii the first innings, !. Wills being .well set and carrying outliis bat-. In the second innings Briner made '50, but, dropping his bat in his anxiety to run and giit strike, was stumped. G. Wills again played well. I'or Never ? Never i . Hose played very well, but was let off rather easily once ; he made some big hits. .Richardson, Fowiei', Beattie', apd \yjiatspn played' good cricket. Hamilton and G. W.il|u „were the most, successful bowlers for Bellingen, Crouch : failing for the first time to obtain aAVicket. G. Wills ...
AT BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
AJ BOWRA. The following applications were confirmed — W. Scrivener, jun., 10 acres o.c.p. ; Bobert L. Ballard, GO acres o.c.p. ;? -William Lynch, 60 acrcB o.c.p. ; Henry W7 'Lurasden, 100 acres o.c.p. ; George T. Ballard, 40 acres a.e.p. : Jane Welsh, 40 acres o.c.p. In Lums (len'scaso Mr. Briner appeared, and the Board deferred appraisement of improvements till next sitting. Jacob Frederick Knfcr applied to have his e.l. converted into an a.e.p. Mr. Briner ap peared for the applicant. Granted. Henry Norman applied for 40 acres o.c.p., but tho application was disallowed and a re fund of the deposit ordered, us the land bad been reserved from settlement - before the application was made. Mr. Briner, for the -applicant, said the maps at the time of the application did not show the i'CSCi'vnlionv ! Peter Owens and Francis Owens applied for annual, leases of . 100 acres and 50 acres ; i they said they desired, them for agriculture,.! nnd for grazing. As leases of this kind nre i not gru...
FERNMOUNT v. BELLINGER HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
FERNMOUNT v; BELLINGER HEADS. - Fernmount defeated the Honds at Fern mount on Saturday, owing to fine batting by E. and A. Tyson and bowling In^-VrT Carney. Following are the scorcs, — ? BETiLiNGEU Heads.— Finit Innings. A. McDongall, b Carney ... ' ... ... .29, J. J.' Fnrroll, run:out ? _... . ... : 1: J. G'. Myers, c'McGcnry, b Cnrney ... 11 A. G. McLnehlnn, b Onrnoy ?' ' ? '4 D. Hope, b Greer ... ' .\. '.v. 0 T. Athci-ton,' b Gieer ? 2 - A. Liriciman, o Bennett, b Greer 0 = ?W.'ft: Cowdery,-'c',MeGenryj b Bush 11 W. McGregor, b Carney ... ... ... 0 G. McGuife, b-Cnrney ? 10 J. Green,' not out ? ' l'l ? ' Suiidi'ies ? 1 Total ? 76 ?' 'Second Innings. J. J. Fnrrell, l.b.w!,'b ilrc'er ' ? .5 W. McGregor, o A. T.vson, -b Gi-eer . ... 2 A. itcDougnll, b Greer ...', : ... 9 W. R.. Cowdery, pot out .???. ... ... 21 A. Mc'Lnchlan, b'Bush ?? . 13 J. G. Myev, not out ... 1; Sundries ?' ? ? , ... 6 ? Total ? ... 62 FEipMODNT. H. Bush, c and b McGregor ... ... 0 A. Tyson, c Myers, b McDougal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
Ten Shillings Reward. STRAYED from Brierfield; on Friday last, a Bay Horse, indistinct brand, shod all round. The above reward will be paid on &nbsp; delivery to , S. A. OSBORNE, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; South Fernmount School. Notice. &nbsp; Any of my customers who have not nn J~2 k_ opportunity of paying .me personally may pay. Mr. , W. E. Bennett, -.whose receipt will be sufficient. ? : R. J. SMITH,: ' ? Fernmount: nnd Urungn; Rufehciy. Dentistry ? ? yi-i .. t /T~R. E. G. WALSH,. Dentist, etc., -will i JYL visit the following plnees on the dntes i nnined, — Upper Bucca, Monday, December 12 v Coramba, Tuesday, Dcccmberl3; Cofl's Harbor, Wednesday, December 14 ; Bowra, Friilny, December 10. v . Dentistry^' MR. F. R. -0.. ANNELY, Dentist, visits the Bellinger and Nambucca; every three months. All work completed -on the spot. i'-!ifectly painless extinctions. No fee taken unless satisfaction y;ivcn. Mr. Annely's next .visit .Willi be ? ngtified ..i...
GLENIFFER BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 9 December 1898
GLENIFFER BAND OF HOPE.1898 , The tenth'monthly meeting of the Glcniffer Band of Hope was held in the. Union .Church at Gleniffer on Wednesday last, November 30. There was a good attendance of members and visitors, and, in the absence of the presi dent and vice-president, Mr. Benjamin Joyce opened the meoting the-company singing the 92nd melody. Mr. J. F. Donnelly was elected secretary for the evening, and the minutes.of the previous- .meeting' having been read and confirmed,' the following'items were 'pleasingly rendered,— Duet, Misses. Maud and Grace McFadyen recitations ' by ' Misses Annie' ? Dowle, Ethel Dunlop, Nellie Brownlee, Lena Rowan, Isella. Bocke, and Emma Brownlee. A reading was given by Mr. J. F. Donnelly, a song by Mr.. Suters, and a dialogue by Mr. &nbsp; .Donnelly and .Mr. G. Bailey. A eollection was taken up, and. the meeting closed in the usual way. - Four joined the society.
BELLINGEN POLICE COURT. MONDAY,DECEMBER 12. Before Messrs.F.T.Matthews and H Boultwood, Js.P. A BAILIFF'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
BELLINGEN POLICE COURT. ' ????? Monday,' Dhcemiihh 12.'' ? ' - Before Messrs: F. T-. Matthews nnd II.. Boultwond, Js.P. ' , 'A -BAILIFF'S CASH. j: , V ' AV. E. Bionnutt, court 1-niIifT nt Bellingen^ sumn)onc(l'.Jolin Bruce; bailifft nt AVoodbiiriv-for alleged' embeiKleineiH of money obtained by Bmec'on buliiilT' of - plaintiff. -M r. McKenzie appeared' for plaintiff, and dofeiuliuit 'did -not ap pear.: ' -'Tliere was* no proof, of' service of summons/and' the Be'iiclr'allowcd a fresh' i summons to'' be issnen. ?? ??'(??vy. 'assault'.' ? Denis Council complain'cd- tliat Peter Cooper assaulted liim nt Raleigh on tho night 'of 'December 2. ..Mr. McKenzie appeared for the plaintiff, and said the assault was entirely unprovoked. Cooper pleaded guilty under great provocation. He, 'said Council hack disgraced bis (Cooper's) sister, and bad taunted liim nnd cast slnrs upon liim about it. He said that during the school concert at .Raleigh Connell said to liim in tbc ball, ' How's the kid ??'...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
THE ? MARKETS. ? On Wecltiesday Messrs. Hill, Clark,.- ; and Co'.' wired;— The' fat pig' market is ?' well supplied 'this week ;,- owing-, ';how- ? ever, to' a sinall 'intorcoloiiinl (irder being'-: on the marUet,' prices for all dvicriptionai. have improved; espefcially . fotv- baconero,? which . were ' in; ^limited supply. . - - We' -- quote extra prime -weighty 'hack.fattera » 47s. - to 'GO's;, prime' weighty ? baconers' '- 4-2a. -to''-l-Ss'},' priit'161 heavy ?88s. to-;423v,:,. .good; heavy 32s..' to-' 87s., '.light., to- good . ? 2:')s. to 31s'., best : heayy porkers 22s, to..'. 25s,-, good 20S. to 22s.v others' from 14s. to 19s.!; '.according- to weight find quhlity;' ; ,j ' Maize is selling' -m. Sycliiby/ fttrSsr '. ?4d: -tc '3s. 5d- : :potatoes,',.£7;: to::£8: IDs.- ; onions; £5 to £C ; creameryi' butter ;'9d;; ' factory 8d. to 8Ad.,' : dairy Cid.'to 7d. V'oggs,' 8d!:'to- 9ri. j-.'fotyla,'-;; 2s. to 4s. , ' N'' ?? ~v!'
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Wednesday. ? Tiie Council has concluded the Fed- -' eral resolutions and passed the Customs-'' :Duties -Bill, through committee. In tho r Assembly lastniight tho Early Closing . Bill was - passed through committee with amendments making . it almost '-beyond', recognition.-. The Assembly by' an .overwhelming ? majority declined to give J.1X1. WUJJU1UIJU iUUVO'LU IIIUOUIICG the Sunday Trading Bill. The Pre- ? mier said the Government did not intend-, to proclaim either. December 28 or '' January 3. public holidays. -It is reported ; th at . securities worth-: £80,000 liavo been discovered amongst-l'' the late Jas., Tyson's;' papers, -also an ?' unsigned will; A meeting of the Tyso.'i ' family;:was held yesterday, ;when adtninis- ' trators of. the estate were appointed for ?' the various' colonies.;; . . , ; *- -. Mr, Wragge's lateat- forecast-; More ?' or' lass- cloudy generally under; lower-' temporature.-.; Rrttin-along seaboard and 1 on ... parts of south --easte...
BELLINGEN PUBLIC SCHOOL. A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
BELLINGEN PUBLIC SCHOOL. A SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAIN MENT. The. annual entertainment, prj.Q^to breaking up for n?idsutr\mef ,, vacation, wns given in Bellingen School o.f. .A,-'ts on Friday night la?t by. the Bellingen public school pupils,, pissi-jte^l by, Miss Haffendeii nntl, some KjcaK ntnateurs. Tho nnfnrhxuimn.nt wns n orflftt ^hl'OPSS. the haH' being packed to .tlie. $001;,' and many being unable to gain admission. The receipts .ann^niitod , to, £1-1 15s., which goes to the fhnda of the school library. , . ,. , , ; - The- pntertainmeni liccV been looked forward to with ranch interest because of tho part which Ihe'^piijiils were to take and' tnuch was .ejected from tliehi,' .'as Miss;- Hnffenden-'' had been ^training- .her chargos- for some time. But even, tho most friendly critics must nave Deen asioiusueu on. oainruny uigni, at tho succes^'Of tile Oitntata, and the highly creditable- manner in which the : lyonng' people nCqwitted themselves. :Mr. G.- J' Henderson, head master of:...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
Brief Mention. r TH-Iv public schools -break up to-day for a month's holiday. The Rev. P. W. Ahcrn returns to Bellingen, early.next week. Dry- vveathor lias n grip of - tho Dorrigo, 'and the potato crop3 there are a failure. : Owncrs of stock, no matter- of what num ber,. must send in their- returns this month. cellent music and songs, and is well got up. '? Ye'u will- not be noticed half so well unless you. buy. somaof-tho new -dross muslins now in stock at the Bellingen Store.'* ? An examination of pupil, teachers from the public schools throughout- the district v/ill be held nt. Hellingon school noxt. v.-oel:. - a Not out. But- you will be- unless-you try some :of.'.Fi' T. Matthews' criokct- materials. He- has also some -splendid serges and cricket suits.* : Our, leadeiiand come tclagraphic and other jtems.are .crowded out of this issue. Yester day's ..usual telegrams did not- reach- us, the jihe being interrupted; . £ Dairymen .should ' not-1 forget- thai;' they 'shou4d register...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 16 December 1898
PEJESBYTBRUN. Sunday, Djjceiaber^— ' Fernmouytf 3 .p.m. (Sunday jSeJiqol Ayni-. _ ' verspry)l—-Jile li. IT. B. , Beans. BeUingeii;. 7:30 p.m. — Rev., T.B., Beans. Upper - Taylor's -Arm, 10 p.ni.^-RevJ W. II. ' MavsjtqllJ ' ' ' ' ! Machsville, 7j30-.p.m.—Re$.}V:II.lMars7iqlk Taylor's. Ar pi, 3 p.m. — Mr. X). iifogford. Sunday December .25 (Christmas Day)— Bellingen^ 3 p.m. — Rev. T. Br. Ecansu Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ Maclcsville, 7J30p.m. — Rev. W.II. Marshall.