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

Talk of retrenchment in the.pnblic service -and you will niakg ypiirself unpopular .in many quarters.. ' The rank and- file of the | civil socvicQ are taught that all their, hard- I ships. are due to tlie .nicn who enilcnvoiv to save'the taxpayecs' money from- being aL|uuuuciuLi} uuu Liiu .vuiua .ui,. iiiiu.yruat , body of. civil se.rvants /ire . won for, the men ^vli() never fight against celreiicliiug -tho.smallec.sa.laries but who incccase.the lacgec ones at every opportunity. Ridi c'urc is^heaped upon tlie rqtrenciicrs in parliament vvho siivcd a few hundreds a. year., by; their persevdranco last , week!: The Daily Telegraph rise3,,to point, out that. only, salaries above the-'.' saered limit, of £80Q ..n year '? were athiekgd, and tli'at a few jujncjreds a year were siived as a result of many hours of. struggling. Anc] yet; the. men who ,did their best- to prevent the increases in large salaries are entitled to the .everlasting gratitude of the taxpayers.. 'The debate_s on the....

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

THE SETTLING. Vi On Tuesday evening the settling took: placo at Tyler's hotel. ! fTlierO were- 40 prosnnt, aiitl ' Mr. . 13. Raymond, J.P:, president ofitho club, occupied the chair. In handings over tho , -prize money, the chairman congratulated' the respective winners, and annoniicrd . that the club would continuo to increase .the amount of tho prizosr Refreshments having; been ordered by the winners, the follow toasts were duly honored :-r' The Win ners,' proposed by. the -president, and responded to by Messrs. .Tjis. Riggott, R. Piggott, J. L. Snllivaii, nnd I'l.;-^. Miles ; 'Tho Losers, V. proposed by Mv. Miles, nnd replied to by ;. Messrs. ,1. Bacon, T. Borger, and W. V-. Eathei: ; 'Tlio President,' given by Mr, W. ,11. Ilngbes, nnd acknowledged by Mr. Ray mond ; 'Tho Secretary, Starter, and other Officials, proposed by Mr, ,T*; L. Sullivan, an'd responded ? to by Messrs. G. O. Hammond {seci-etnryj aiid AV. R. Hughes (starter) ; ' The Jockeys, ' ' The Press' (coupled rt'itli t...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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"RALEIGH SUN" HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

' RALEIGH HOLIDAYS. . i The Raleigh Sun will hos-bp published next.week, as tlie.proprietorand staiJ- prQjiose to enjoy their annual holidays. We usual iy , drop one issue of the paper during Christmas, but. this .season we. take. the. first week in the new year. Newspaper men need holidays as much as anvone. and we are certain that our subscribeis will not. mind: giving us. a rest from one issue of the, paper. Tue'Sux will bc.publislied again on January 13, and sub scribers and advertisers are respectfully asked to note this. With . thia jsaiie.- auother year closes, ..and .we sincerely wish the people of '.tiie.electorate a happy and prosperous, ne'.y. year...

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

. THE BALL. A very successful ball- was .held at* night in Moody's liall.iiv'mid/of tUb club . funds, about -50' coliplesi'Ucifig. jiresent. Good music was- supplied by 'Messrs. M. ond Di H-ntily-- (violins) jind FvTrowlci . (piafili),',nnd Messrs. A. D» Spiekett- nnd : 1 I'll . J . /.Martin . wore very courteous and; skilful Ms.O! .v 'Tho. refreshments wore ?good, and iwere liberally, supjilied by the xopimittee, i aiid the -funGtiun was, alto 'gcthei' a' very pleasant oneV':' .. '

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MONEY FOR PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

: MONEY FOR PUBLIC WORKS. Amongst , the items 011 the loan estimates are the -following: — Erection of quarters at Trial Bay prison, £5Q00 ; Trial Uiiy harbor, improvements, £12,000; Macleay liiseivim--; provqinents, ,£]2,Q.Q0 ; Nambu^ea*. ltivec. im provements, £5000-; Hichmond River £25,000 .and dredge.doqk £1000 ; Tweecl River.£ 10,000 and dock £150,0. Bridges are provided for over; the, Olarence at , Tabulam and Orara (Sharpe's crossing).- The. exact position of Bellinger and Nambucca harbor works is stiil , unknown, . but, it is certain that the works will go on. ? .

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

ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. ' At the .Bollingpn priljee court on ' Wednesday last, before Messrs. H. Boultwood atid E. Raymond, .Is.P., in tho case of \V'. E. Beiinett, iiail'ilf at Bellingen, ;v. John Bruce, '-.bailiff atl Woodlinrn, .iii which Bruce was cliargecl' with embezzling money belonging to. Bennett as bailiff, Mr. McIJeniiie ap peared for jihiin till aiid'askerf.fpr another j postponement, lis defendant had' made anrofTer as to settlement,' The Boiicli.. sjiid .the niivtter was a soj'ious one, f\nd , xpuld not:be liushed up. Mr. McKen/.ie sjiid it was. merely a matter between the parties, ' and Would probably be settled. '?Ihe J3ench then', continued the case to; next .court at Bpljihgei'i; on Alpnday, January ?!). '

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. FERNMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

GR^GKET^ y.' FBRJs MOUMT. BelIjINOUN clnb sent an eleven to Fern- ? mouu't, on Sa'tiinlay,' and sufiered ileiuat' by SO i uns in a single inning's game. . Neither club ' was represented by its full strength, ?' iinii l;.ellingen batted oiie man short. ' Jii'st; asy the .liellingen innings el osed ti heavy .thunfleisform broke, aiid, rain .fell ben.v.ily for; ^some time. 'the Feriimpiiiit nieu batted 'iimlensome diflieulties, aiiiri'.pllingen bowlers; could scarcely keep .their feet, or grip tlie; ball. Fernmount .neidiug and bowling were good, anil A. Tyson placed n fine inniiigs fur! 50, winning the game for liis sidg. The; secu'cs .vvers.a,'), follow, -r-' ' ' ' I 15. F. Crouch, c MeGeai v, b Greqr ... 0 Dr. W.' A.' Kelly, b MeGcary ... ... 2 \V. M. Jay, b McGcary ... ... ] G. S. Joiner, l.b.w., b Gieer ... ... 2fl; II. P. ilalyj b Greer ... ... ... s ' G. Wills, e A. Tyson, b Ga-oer ... ... 0 H. Jay, run out ? ? ... o S. E. Moore, run out ? ... 1 W. Matthews, c nnd b McGuary ... ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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A BOY AND A GUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 30 December 1898

A BOY AND A GUN. v G.us. AyiiBATj.EY, about 12 years old j' Soii of Mr. C. Wheatley of Upper Never ?Never, met with a painful accident -o.p- Tuesday, and had a nai'iuw escape from what might hav,e been more serious. He was ta,|;ii,ig ji ,g.i,ui out ,to go shooting, and in goii,ig thn.iugli the doorway something must liaye touched the trigger, and the charge exploded. The lad was dragging tlie g 1,11 1 along by the muzzle at ,tl^ time, I his riglit hand' apparently being partly over the end of 'the .muzzle. Tlio .flesh along flip ;side of the band was blown away, a lui.fity wounp beiyg cl'eajed. The blood (lowed .freely, and, feiii'ing' some shot might lie in the ll.'sli, the boy and his . father were driven -in tp Belliiigcn by ,^lr. Jaines Hiekey. Dr., Kelly Glressed the.wpuiid, and found that there was no sign of any shot. .

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

DISTRICT WANTS. Mr. McLAuoiiLiy, M.P., ,has -been; informed by the various publfc^depart'-r ments as, follows,— ' ' ' ?Th«t it is too .3ate ,lp consider this' year the (ipplicption of Never -Never progress ^Gojnnijttee ,for ' .raising; the .classification of the Never Never road, but ,it will'' receive altention' when the ,road schedule for next year is being pre-i 'pared. ,Shoul'I (riny additional , funds be ? required' after the present vote -has :been expended, the'matter will be reconsidered. In reply to lijs request of October jli, i that a grant niay be made ty provide) for the'erectiqn.pf a bridge ov.eri3oriudi ' Creelcat Boyle's Crossing, MivMcLangh lin is^informed that as no road has been pi-pvicjpd on- the north side of the creek, .anfl'ps it is considered that the'traffic is ?insufficient to warran.t tl.ie 'erection of a bridge at the place referred' to; the re quest cannot be complied with. The crossing, known as- Cohen's, which is situate about twoand a-lialf.miles furt...

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BOWRA PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

BOWRA PONY .RACES, j On Mouthy last the Bowrni Pony, nnd Galloway Club held . their third race meeting, on the liBoivra .? course. The morning was ojipi-essi voly hot, but ruin It'll during Iho, afternoon, .and although the result' wits' a wet. and- slippery course; nnd n few wet jackets, the change. in liie Weather 'was rather welcome. About ! -{00, persons, -including, a Inrgemumbei; ?'of ladies,, attended the.-racus, ? ond-there ?'wcro many- visitors;;froni, the-Belliiiger': ? nnd the Macleny present. Mt. .? D.-IJJ Broriggy, '-the - secretary - of : tlio '-'clnh; worked 'hard-: during. -'tho day, - nnd toihis' untiring olToi-ts the fact that the- tiieeJ.iJ-gr was odo-oF the most- succei&fulvyfitiheld must in -n /'great measurS -be- ascribed. Mr. II. H all .aljiy-ffilled' (ho position of . clerk bf ! 'the ''scale.', Mr.--. E. . Dnlley ?starter,' Mr. W.T. Campbell judge, and Mr. \V. ..Rone-clerk of the cotu'se. All these gentlemen worked with a will, . and i performed their...

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

Sunlight Places'.' lunouoii tub Wire, ' ; Sydney, Wednesday. ., Ijf connection with the Gatton mur der a rriaii named Richard Burgess, who, some six months ago wa3 convicted 011 a charge of' rape 011 a woman GO years of age, lit Loyburn, and was then sentenced to ' some months'- imprisonment, . was arrested 011, Fj'iday evening near Dalby. llo offered 'great resistance, and it took ?foii.r.qien to sectiro him. : When asked ?to'account for.\jih-self during the Xmas . hoji'dfys; J10 . revised, i and told the pojice to go tp a| hot placu.. On Saturday, morning i hp. w«S- . brought -before ,tl|0 Dalby Court ;on a. charge .of compli^ify^ in- the Gattou njurdcr, ^iijd. vy a s ^ rpntr-ixj-^. ' ded for eight days. . .Burgess ? was. only!, out of guol a month. A later telegram states that, another man has been arres ted at Bundaberg on suspicion of .being ? concerned in thq Gat,ton t.ragcdy. lib' was difg.niaed as a, swagstpaii , Qiicl cart-' ridges were found., in jjtsi.s.jrtJg'-whicli;. fi...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

THE MARKETS. .*?' Yestbuday (Thursday) Messrs. Hill,-. Clark, and' Co.' wired,' — Tho fiit pig market is' hoavily-' supplied, this, week ; prices hold ffl'irly' woll 011 Tuesday, but siiico -thcn values havo lowered, llio de cline being most noticcablo in porkers and plain baconors, tho latter being hard to quit. We quote oxtra primo woighty back fntters at-- 50s. to- 6as., ? prime weighty - baconet'S.'45s: to 48s;, primo hoavy ^ls/'to -dSs'., good heavy 35s.' to 41'^., gooil 31s*. to 34s., light 25s. to 80s:, ---best heavy 'porkers 21s. to 24s., good 19s. to 2 Ls., others' 1 2s. to 18s. . . . . Tho Farmers' Co-operativo Companyi Limited; wired yesterday,' — Fair supplies of'fnt pigs are 'forward, but the- raft rkiSt is! patchy.1 Bacon pig3' brought to 48s. and' 50s: for- host, -and porkers to 27s. throughout tho sales, but lower prices ruled' to'wnrds - the end. Eggs, 8d! Maine, short supply and good demand', prime firm 'at 4s. Potatoes, plentiful supplies; £5 -to £G.: Creamery 'bu...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

, Brief Mention. Mb. E. Ellis, of Nambucca Heads, is leaving shortiy for South. Africa. Athletic sports at Mount Brown and at INambucca Heads Anniversary Day (.Janu ary 26). The Rev! T. D. Evans will relieve at Forbes for about sis' weeks, prior to leaving for the old country. Owing: to the demand 011 our advertising spacc, many reports to hand- had of necessity to be curtailed. ? ? Rout. J. Smith, butcher, is: a'icrtsh pur chaser of pigs and cattle, fats or stores, in large or small lots.* s :: Mr. Ben Young has taken charge of .the : Bellingen Band. Practice to-morrow (Sat urday) at 7.S0 p.m. .' . ' ? 1 Tenders will be received up'to January 27 for repairs to wharves 011 the Macleay River and at Bellinger Heads. ' You cannot beat F. T. Matthews' for ladies' parachutes. The greatest variety aucl quality ever stocked in Bellingen.* The Bishop will lay the foundation block of the. new Anglican Church at Bellinger Heads- this (Friday) aftornoon at 4 p.m. ' ' Not out. But you will be u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

Tlic -maize crop oil- the- Nnnibucca' is look-'1 ing' splendid. You . will not be noticed half so well unless you.buy some-of the new dress muslins now in stock at the Bellingen Store.* ' The applications for conditional publicans' licenses at, Bowra by Me'ssrsl W. R. Ibbritson and R. S. McDougall were withdrawn at the Licensing Court, llellingen, owing to the nql.ices not linving been posted on the respec tive, fitps. the required 14 days.

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OUR BAR HARBOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

OUR BAR HARBOR WORKS.: ; ; i Mti. .1, C. L. Fitzpatiok It a'pjieari to 1110 that one. of the s t rouges ^iirgtH monts adduced in favor of this proposal, and the previous proposal, and::iio doubt to be adduced in favor of .'Succeeding 'proposals, is tiiat tho ni()ney wliicli has been 'expended upon tlio .woi'Ic/lWiII be ivbsolutoly.. wasted unless;'we vote the money that, is n'owLasked'for. We find that £30,000 has boon~8pont eti one work, and that .small 'sums, ranging, from .£55000 to iJlO^OOO have been spent from' tinie'to time without th'e question having'i been remitted to ilia Publie -'Works Oommittoe. ' And simply boCmiso these sumii liavo been so spent, .'wo-nro asked to supplement them by voting £40,000 01' £50,000 move, and probably within a; year or two Wo jshall bo asked to vote a similar amount, 'until ' £150,000 or £200,000 has been spent on some of the northern rivers, I do not seo that thero is any valid objection to rendering rivers, of this character navigable; but,...

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PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, January 15—. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

-.'- mESBCSCJSUf&Sttv' Sunday,-Jauuury 15— Jlellinger Jh-adi.lta.in.-r-Rdv.C.W. Main. Fjirnmount, 3 p.m. — I Bellingeii..7j'l0'p.m. — -. „ .1 l£p2)cr--U'aylvr'.*^li-.m,.ipM.iH,^—2iav. Wi ll. I Marshall. ? . , .h'iir!;.-cilli'- 7.30pim^-Rev.W-.II.Marshall.\ Taylor',* , Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. P.- Mogfard. I .Sr.Klay^-.liuiuary 22 — ? - i Wurrett Creek 3 p.ui.—Rcv..W.II;Mavshall. i Mai:k,*iulle,J?.3Qp.m.— -„j. ? i

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THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. ' Tniii- 'adjournal meeting of the Central Refrigerating Butter Factory for the Nain bucca .was held on Friday last at the School of Arts, Macksville. There were about 20 present. Mr. A. McKay was voted to the chair, and explained that at the last meeting some G50 shares hail : been applied for. Mr: JI. Wallace, the acting 'scdrefrtryV-- anhounccd that since ?thnt'timc!:the';ftuhiber of shares applied for had reached 9G0.' Mr. 0. Frank ?'thought that the- nuiriber: of-' shares taken tip ' was a sufficient guarantee that; the' com pany should be formed, but regretled that the meeting-' was. not' more representative — thero was 'not 'a single- person present from ? Bowra. ' Mr.' 'Wallace: said' it ? was his ex- : perience while canvassing that-cveryone was anxious to become shareholders, but all poin ted out the necessity for the calls to be made 211 small sums.-- If large calls Were made, ho y/as nfraiil it wb'uld kill' the industryi- Miv .A. Craig, son., ? was i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

Obstinate inaction ©F THE. LIVER,! _ t _ -? I An Absolute Cure, The Case. of Mrs. Sarah Hallo ;/ (From tlio ' Windsor Gazette.') ? (By OUR- SPECIAL REPORTER.) A* representative of this paper called on Mrs. Hall, who lives next the railway lino at- Richmond, N.S.W. You- liavo been ill, I boliovo,' said tho reporter? ' Yos, replied Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased to . say I am better now. Tho start; of my sickness was obstinate constipation, which for a long time 'i . Defied Every Medicine £ tried. Owing to tho weakening ofTect of 1 purgative modieilies I was obliged to discard them, and, anyhow, they were of no real iiso, for I found they only tended to con firm the constipation instead of curing it. [Note. — it /ra. Hall is quite correct in her iwininn here. The use of purging pills unly d'JU -'-mnlaints of the digestive tract. : Cl'he organs gel educated to the use 'of the drastic' cathartics of which pills arc composed. The temvorary relief is alone due to the escharotic and irritant ...

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

ANGLICAN;, Saturday, January 14s., Bar rieton,, 2.30 .p.m.- — Hat Bishop.? Sunday, January 15 — Bellingen, S urn.. (S.Ci) — The -Bishop,. Fernmount, 11 a.m. (Jf.C.~) — „. JiMinger-I/i*.,3p.m:(JU.Cii-s- '?' Bel ling on.. 7,30 p,m.-^r- ? 1 - .. bj.uday, January 22-— . £y -perOi,ara-,ll.t-.m.--Jtev.C.-I5:Jiur/jC8!-?. Tj'q-i-er J)uucw,3p.m. — - ' C.ora-mia, 7.3Q p.m. — . ., . ,- I Bidlingen, It -a.m.. — Mr. - llapris-Wallter. \ 1'^rnmovnt, 3 p.m. — ? ;i Jii'/lim/rr/Tds..7.30p.-n;— ., . i

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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899

PAINFUL ACCIDENT.'. j ?. Apt'e'bv iho- races- at Bowra 011 Monday week a very painful accident- bcfel jlastcr Pete '.Mckay, eiilbst ' soh' of M*r: .Jiimes McKay, oE Bowra. It appearsyonngMcKay, in company with Mr. Frank Parry, was returning home after the races on horseback. They were riding at a hand gallop, and in coming round the turn — a very nasly one — after passing.rthe- bridge near Mr. W.--F. Sullivan's residence, Tile Kay ran into a sulky driven 'by Mr. Blayney Aston. The shaft of the sulky struck McKay on the |eg below the knee, tearing the flesh and sinews in a terrible manner. It was at first, thought the leg was smashed to' pulp, but this. proved not to be the case. The lad wiis-at oiice^'akpn to the ; store premise!!, of iiI:i4i'!i*y,..'.vlic!-o ! lie' was care.l 'for. i-r. KeHy-'-Vits, (vif'ed' for, and that geiitlcmaTr' reachcd' BoWr'a before midnight, and 'dressed''- 'aiid stitched the frounii;' Dr. Kclly'again visited the patient 'iju Saturday last, who is doing fa...

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