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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

wenllieChpepuliful j. (lie cooicst known foj wtft.'i/ yejwa.;.. You cauiiot. bL'nt l'*- 'P. 'Matthews' for. Indies' parachutes. I'Un greatest. variety and quality ever slocked in lUilb'njren. ' Mr. J. McMaugii. of Gleiui^je, ^lacleay, Rt oo. I on ft box ? to risieli ; for something, the box Ravu u'nv and Mr. sloMaugli tell; ureals-; ing h i arm. - tJaptains WJiaites and Ilailcliffe, actins cu-tonia ollieers at Nainbucca Heads and. JieJJij-;»er Heads je^pcciively, were recently appointed officers uudec tlio Aliyj] .!iri.migr,a-., tion ltestraction

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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BOWRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

* BOWRA RACES. 7!oiv-ra -races on llomlrm, promise to bo very successful if the weather 'lie' lino:- The following are the weights allotted for -the principal events.- — Opening Handicap. ' ? ' '' - St.- lbs. Bluel'.gnt. . ... ? . .„??? 8 '.-Si Seymore ... ... fc - 0 habe ... - .. ... 7 11 ? ' Wild Colonial... - ? -:7_ 7 : 'Iippo ? ? :. :-7; ' 7 Expectation ... . ... ... ? 7 0 r ScTliree/c ., 7-0 iBioclileigh ^r' ? ' -, G 5 _ . Bowra, 'Handicap.^ Bluchsbte. 8 -'Gv Sevniore ' . ? S -i-» ' Babe .... . ? ? , ..... ... ? 7 9 'lippo ? ? ... ... 7 5 ? Wild Colonial ? ? ... -71 Expectation*'... ... .7 ? .Seabreeze - i.v - ....,0 12 ? Pony Handicap.-. ' - Tippo' : ;J. ?' ... -? 8 12'-' ' Expectation- :.. 7 12 ? Jirucklcigh ? ., ...-. ... - b ?! '

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

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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

THE CHURCHES. Christmas Uay, being Sunday, was ob served in a quiet manner. There was service in nearly all t lib churches in the district at some hour during'theday. At Bellingen the Uev. C. E. Burgess preached in St. M argaret's Anglican Chnrcli, the'theme-heing appropri ate to ,.tlie in the Roman , Catholic Church' th'eyfev^p^W.. Ahern conducted Mass at 11 a\i;).-(nii'il^preacbed an eloquent sermon 011 Uiciifceplion. of the Christian era. I lie church was decorate l^for . the day, anil there was a largq congregation ' there also. In. the Wesleyan Church service was conducted by Mr. R. Griffith at 7.30 p.m.,-.and the ser mon anil hymtis.werc appropriate. Tlie Rev. A. Graham coinlncted seryiccs.oii the Nam bucca-. The Rev. T. D.- Evans preached his -farewell sermons in t he Presbyterian churches at Bellingen 011 Christmas afternoon and at l''ernmount on Christmas evening. The con gregations were large, and under the circum stances the sermons were very impressive. Mr. Kvans bade fa...

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

You will not be noticed Imlf so well unless you buy some of tho .new dress muslins now in stock at the UeUinjjeilrStoic.*,'' AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR; : EVERYBODY REQUIRES PRESENTS AT THIS FESTIVE SEASON, - AND BROWN, O? THE STORE, BELLI^raEJSF, Hfe A SPLENDID STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM-' the' greatest display OF TOYS EVER SEEN IN THE DISTRICT. IN. THE FANCY GOODS, TOYS, AND GLASSWARE DEPARTWIENTS HIS STOCK ABOUNDS IN SUiTARLE XMAS. PRESENTS. Beautiful Albums, 'Watches, Cruets, Teapots,' Glass Salvers, Trays, Teapots, Vases, Claret Jugs, Tumblers, Toilet Sets;' Concertinas, Ac cordions, and Glassware of all kinds. A-iiSO,' A VERY-' CHOICE LOT OF GHR1STW1AS AND NEW YEAR'S CARDS. VI IV1 U11U 11, BELLINGEN, THE 00MPLIMENT8 OF THE SEASON FROM . E. RAYMOND; WHEELWRIGHT & COACH BUILDER, BELLINGEN. First-class Double and Single-seated Buggies on hahd. Secure one' for the . holidays. Spring Carts, Farm Carts, Waggons, and ? Sulkies made on the Shortest Notice . ? Butter, Bacon, Cheese, Hams. ...

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

AVOID THE DANGER OF TIME PAYMENT; j BUY FOR CASH. SHILLINGS SAVED IN EVERY £. ? GEO KG B-ST RE ET CORNER. : ; ' LIVERPOOL-STREET CORNER. (OPPOSITE PERCY HORDERN'S). 3-Y-DNEY'S GREAT CASH FURNISHING EMPOIUU-M. A, HALL AND COMPANY, . BALL'S. '.IIAMPDEN.' BEDJRO..OM SUITE, consisting, 9fi-Wardrpbo.,ff,itli; Plato-gloss Front and Drawers, Duchess Chest of Drawers .with Jewel Trays, Marble-top Washstand^Towel Rail, and Clinic. Otic price is £G-7s. Gd. . We hove dozens of-.-otliers to, select from at £8, £9, £H), £12; up to any price. II ALL\S.^ HAKpSOME' H.T. BEDSTEAD, full; size, complete, with best - Do'ni)]e iypvo. Wire Niott'rass and set of bdst Bedding, ,£3iii5s, ;. other prices £-1, £5, £7, Ui i? guineas. See our window display. HALL'S.. DJNING-ROO'M SUITE; consisting;: of/\Conch, Pair Easy Chairs, and G. Paddcd-back Chaics, substantially; made, and guaranteed, £6: 10s. Fifty others to select from at £7, £8, £10, to 25 guineas. Couoiry Residents, write for our j Illustrated: Catalo...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

„ The North. Coast ISTEAM * NAVIGATION *'^0., ' ' ? ? ' . LIMITED. ' ?'.rTSHR favorito s-s/ ROSEDALE will-make JL ? ?frequent and regiilar trips -durinppthe - busy season. ;(.bnr permitting) about EVETRY f.FJVK DAYS. , . Times oE arrival anil departure will bo aii i nouticed at the respective Post Offices 011 the ! River. ? ? The Droghinpr arrangements are under the ^ supervision 1 of ' Mr.' 'F. DOEPEfj, who is long ..anil favorably known in the trade. . ' E. DOET'EL. Local Afrent. : ? 1 KICK AIID -COQKE, Secretary. T. I!. ALLT & JOHN SEE, ? Managing Directors. ' , BUCKLE'S STEAMERS. alHK s.s. Nambuccn now makes weekly _ Trips-to the. Nambucca River. Times of -arrival and . departure announced at : the various Telegraph Offices in ? -the district. j Progbinp-arranzemenis. are 111 the hands of ?VMr.s J.'.-ff. Allan. who is the Local ' Agent, and vvho is well known - . ?. 111 the trade. |.F. BUCKLE, Proprietor. 'Er'skiivo-st-reot,' Sydney. *G. i. BR1NER, .„Land, ;Gommission, a...

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

roman catholic. | Sunday, .January .it. (Hew. Year's ^Day)— Macj/srillc,Oji.m., jfass.—llev.P. W.'Ahern. Bowra, 11 a.m., Mans.— „ ' „ ,,' Jloicra , 7.30 p.m., Vespers, Sermon,, and Benediction. — live. P. JK Ahern, Sunday, January S— Bowra, 11 a.m., itass.—Ilee.P.W. Morn., Bowrii , 7 '.30' ji'.m., Jasper, a,'' Sei;mon, 'iind Benediction.— lie'v. P. IV. Ahem.

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

Glmrcli: Services. WESLEYAN.; Sunday,. January 1 (New lear s Day)— (11 cn'ijJ'er, 11 a.m.— lice.. A, Grahifm. Jlt'll iiijru . 3'p.m.— *,, ' ,, „. Bellinger Heads, 7.30.p.m-.— ., „ J\Vwr Set cr,_l0:30 a.'m: — Mr. A. Palmer. ijriday, January G— Coff's Harbor, 7.30p.m. — lie v. A. Graham. Saturday, January 7 — Sun a Gleii. 7.30 p.m. — Ilea.. A, Graham. Sunday, January 8 — Ujijwr Ojuirajll a.m.—Iicv^A. Graham. V iwer'liiicca 3 » '- — — ? ? ...onuitcii, 7-.3U p.m. — „ „ ? Sever Serer, 3 p.m. — Mr. 13. Joyce. Bclih»jc:-.,1 .30 p.m. — Mr. J. Hodges. Taylor's Arm (TT ~elshs).-ll a.m. — Mr. D. Mogford.

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

Will therfebe war? EnjtVanfP and France have been glaring at. each other, but' tho in vitation to 'put 'em. up' is not spoken by either. France does not want to fight; neither do the Bellinger people while they can get tho Bollinger Longcloth at 4s. 3d. per dozen at F. T. Matthews'.* ^

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OUR HARBOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

OUR HARBOR WORKS./ It will bc remombered that the Legislative Council rejectal the proposal to spend more money- on harbor works at the Tweed and Bellinger Rive s. The Minister for Works was h'skeil on S/itii'r lay if he.intended to take any action witU the view of . ensuring -that the work already done at; these p.;aces was not absolu e'y, Jh'r.;iwn away. Mr. Young stn e.1 'hilt he could not vet say whrft would be d- n !. . lie yas making inquiries to.iinil out if the, .worjs; could,, w.itli safety* bcr let alone, or whethnv it would be necessary to spend li small aiionnt of money to save them from total destijaciion. Nothing- had been attempted at the Tweed for a year past, and it was therefore probable, that these works would not suffe| through being allowed to remain in their- present condition. As to the Bellinger, lie v.nWnclined to think that some small expenditure would be required there. The whole matter would be caiefully looked, into. The Naijihucca, Macleay, Hastings, an...

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ARGENT'S HILL' MATCH—LADIES v. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

ARGENT'S HILLMATCH— jjADIES G ICSTJjIiMEN. ' :V ? On Boxing Day .a niafcli, ladies. v. gentle men was played at Argent's Hill, the ladies .winning easily On the first innings. Miss I^aird captained the ladies in fine style, and Mr. 11. Laird took charge of the sterner sex. Miss Smith and Miss M. Serivner batted first to the bowling of J. E. Serivoerand J. Smith. Miss Smith was caught by a mean opponent . when she looked like making a score, and. Miss Laird went in; From that time until the innings closed the field was kept laovi.r.g, change after change was ti'ieH {,, bowliilg' runs coming faster \vlih each change. As there was to 'oe a ball Ri; night, the opposing Captain feared to put on his straight bowlers again, becauso he dared not risk losing the s.veet smiles bestowed upon him for his eon-, sideration. Argent's Mill ladies can smile. very sweetly when they choose, ^specially at j Christmas time. The ladies ,made 102 in their innings, sundries countingitl. J. Jjni.nl and J. S...

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WOOLGOOLGA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

WOOLClOOLbiA SP9RTS. I The athlctb: sports at 'WoolgoOlga' dn Roxing Day were well attended,: about 300 persons ' bcir,;:':1 (resent to -witness; the first' tneetibg undeiltio local ' at hietio association. Mr. Wolherspoot, ns secretary, deserves great, sreat credit for lis-efforts'in making the day » success. Me^i;s. W. '1'. Piillen niid'jJ. T.i G reeni were '. satisfactory1 . . jtidges, - rNli-. G; Yonncer Was'.referacl nnil-Mr. C. CiVsson was a good i starter. The' gathering was' alsd a iinaueial sucecsj.'- The Opening Hantlicap was wonljy A. KoLcod, Gyds., w-ith l?'! Taylor', 4yds.,; second; 'i-'l'lie Assdciatlnli Handjcap went fo A. McLeod, 13yds., R; I'aylQi1,- 10yds., and DOnohob, . lOyds., dead : heat; for second. Johnodn (Bellingeh), 9yils., was run out by Graham, 13yd3.; j Jotinsen vi-on.tho Consolation .Handicap off oyi|s., G. -.Avei-y, 12yds.; second. . The ruhnirig.)hi'!li, jump went to ' Oonolioe, 6ft. Gin., Ci'oin nine coinpetitors.- 'J'lic racing wa8gooit' and 'the i...

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

rpo -LET, 49 'aqres' we'l-watered, iightly JL timbered (J.P., youth Ann, Bellinger. 0. JEX, Maeksvi.lle, Brieks for Salq. A QUANTITY of Bricks fo;%Sale at Deep Creek Mines. May be inspected at the Uhlorinntion Works. Applyto F. Buckle, jiin., care Jir.-.T. K. ltailcliffe, Bellinger1 'Heads. ' ?' 1 . Notice;- '. ., L : A NY oE my eustonjers who have not an -Ci. oppfirtun.ity of paying irie personally . may pay Mr. W'. 15. ; Bennett., iyiiose receipt will be suijjoient. f ..^ ** ;. ' ? R. J. SMITH, ?; : , Fernmount and Drnnga Hutcheiy. V Dentisti'y.' Mb. F,;rt. C!. AXNic'ij'f,'-^jfiBti;;visiis the' ISellinirer and Nrimbucea ' every three months. All work ^ completed on the spot. IVrfeetly painless extractions. No fee taken unless satisfaction. -given. Mr. Anncly's next visit Will be notified in this paper. '??, ;' Hotel for Sale. rpim tlowr.i Hotel is for Positive Sale; JL subject to a lease of about three years at a rental of £2 per week. This is a splen did chance for 11 good man. T...

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A. HALL AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

I A- HALL AND CO. Messrs. A. Hall and no.'s furnishing .establishment, 1503, SfiS and 50.7 deorge-street, is well worth anyone's while paying a visit lo if only for the s ike of eeoing what'ajdi ver- sified display of household requisites is there set out to choose from. .With. . abrade 'motto of ' sicrling vajuc, small ' prqd'ls,. arid no credit'— -tlie last Jn large type— the 'i'm has tor many years clone a large business upon a sound basis. Having five window' frontages in George-street, as well , as spacious rear promises, the accommodation has been taxed : .to the utmost, anil ]ust at the present time .when .the .full display ;s on. tills rooms are resplendent vyith gorgeous articles of home necessariei. Bedroom suitcp are oil ilio ground | 9,oor, and i vn jnto all prices from a three- .i ro'ooied cottage complement at '4'$il8. Gd. up J to the rcquiiemenls of the mansiorr at any thing you like. The sliow,-rooiiisv.ai'G one of i , the sights of the city, and h.t.vo' a granrf-fli...

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TENDERS FOR ROADWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

TENDERS ;FOR ROADWORK. . At Bellingen 011 ? Wednesday 33 tenders 'were opened for four road con tracts, the total of the four highest tenders being £879 5s. Gd., and of the four , lowest £171, 13s.. 9d. The results were as follow,— - 'Contract G7,. Bellingen up. South ..Arm, 10, tenders; lowest, .P. A. Jay, £23 .'13s. 2d. ; highest, ',£5G .18s..6d.. , ' '' Contract US,, at Rocky, Creek, Do'rrigo road, seven. - tenders ; lowest, M. ?' O^Jonnoi1, £362 7s. id., 5 highest, £519 17s. G:!.v Contract 09, Eenimount . to: Tyson's, ll ten ders: .lowest,, D. . Duuiher, J825. 5s'..} liig.hest,.£G5 7s. .- Contract 70, North Arm to Beach, lO tenders ; lowest, J. 'T. : Lo'cke and others/ £G0 Gs. : 3d.. ; highest, £207 2s. Gd. -

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

CHURCH OF, ENGLAND.,. The iiishop.oi: .Grafton and, Armidnlc, the Right. Itev.iDr. Green, ^will visit this .parish early, next month. On Tuesday week,, Janur.. ary 10, l.he Bishop will open the new church buikliug at.Bow.ru, aial.wi I L confirm a number of young people. Oil. Wednesday the, Bishop will visi.t. Macksville at. 2.30 .and. Nambucca. Heads at 7.30. p.m. Ou, Thursday: he. will, visit ltaleigh- at .7.30; p.m., ami on Friday, January. Id; , the- toumlation block- of -St.* Harimbus' Church at Bellinger .Heads will be laid. at i p.m., and the, Bishop will. preach at .Fernmount at 11 a.m.,. Bellinger Heads 3 p.m., and Bellingen .7.30 . p.m., .on Sunday, January 1'-, Holy. Communion being cele-, ? braied. at S a.m. iii'St. Margaret's. .-

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

ACQIDENTS. , Osv -Saturday last, ? while fielding in the cricket match; at^Eerninount; Herbert' Jay, ,1 ;ono;ot' the I'clfingcn players, attempted to catch a ball tra velling high aiid.'fasj.t in .the slips. It . was raining at the time, and Jay, runuius.from long stop, made;. a jump at the ball in the air. The ball went through his hands .and, struck .liiin full. On. the. left'e.ve, . causing a nasty cut .,abpve;ai.'d below. ^ The lad was . knocked down by the' ball, and he. b'leil. profusely. Or. Kelly, who- was one of the (cam, 190k the pnlieiit awayand stitched the wound. Jay was lucky that lie received . n'o;.njorc.sei.ious dnniage., .. . On -Saturday' nlso . M-r; Jidgar. Jordan, son of ?Seiiior-con- siable Jordan, was preparing to shoe a horse at . Jordan Bros.' .forge, , when the animal . kicked cow-fashion; striking Mr. 'Jordan. .011 the side of.the nose over, the luft eyo. Blood (lowed freely, and the eye became haloed in. black, but. no more ...oei;ious ?results ? were^ ex...

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NEVER NEVER BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

NEVER NEVER BAND . OIv HOPE-;. A V/ELL-ATT15NDBD meeting of': Never .Never Band of Hope was held on December 22, ;t be .'Iter. -A. Graham, president, in the chair. The meeting was opened in the usual way, and the' minutes of the previous meet ing, were reail and confirmed. The following programme was then rendered t-f-Rebilation, '? 'i'lie Retort,' Master Claud Lean : recitation. ' The Publican's Not,' Master A. Rose ; Ad dress. -by. the chairman ; Solo 99, .by the...coni pauy ; reeitatiou,- Lost,' Miss A: Cleiiver ; song, Mr. A. Suters ; -recitation, .' Seeiug's notbelieving,' Mr. .4. Lean ; recitation, ' The Two Glasses,' Miss A. Cleaver ; chorus, ' It was a bounie, wee window,' Misses A. Lean, M.'iRose,, A. Cleaver, and SI essrs. W. buters, A. SuUy s, and ,S. 1/ean ; ijong, «; Marguerite,' Mr. J. Richardson. A few.inatters of business were dealt with, and a yery enjoyabie nieet ing;cl03cd,wit.h singing. and the IJenedioliou.. . ...

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Local Interest. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

Local Interest. WEDDING,,. i .A-T'tho Roman Catholic Church, Raleigh, 011 Wednesday last, December 28, a quiet wedding was celebrated. The bride was Mrs. Catherine Mc'Jann, of Upper Ornra, widow of the la:e Mr. Owen MeCann, and ilau^hter of Mr. James Shannlmn of Upper Ornni. and late of. Stawell, Victoria. The bridegroom .woo sn.. . - P.iirlr.lv Ilauly, of Upper Oram. The Uev. I\ W. Ahern performed the marriage ccreuiony. ? ? ? ?

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