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SOUTH COAST CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
SQUTH-.CO ASJCATTCE.'' I ' Tub s.s. Em-oka- lasfweek brought another mob of '2l- spriiiiriiig heifers — many close to calving — for Mr. F. T. .Matthews, of the llaleigh 'Estate. These cattle were selected by Mr. J. T. Cole from the best dairy herds in the Kiania and Shoalhavcn districts, 'aiid are of|thc celcbratcil'rih'01 thorn and Ayrshire breed. 'Mr! Cole aUo purchased,' on behalf of '-Mrl Matthews^ a pure- bred Aysliire bull, for which he paid a big price. .This bull is- described as a very fashionable animal, and shows a lotof quality for dairy iug pur poses. The enterprising; proprietor of Hho Ualeigh Estate has~novi. brought 'over CO head of cattle from, tl-'C'Sofctri 'Coast,, including two bulls, ? Mr'. J. Ki'YounSr,. an experienced dairyman -froYii'-'Kiama, .''is'-in charge of' Mr. Matthews' dairy herd ami farm, and will' 110 doubt niako'it a lucrative concern in:K very short time.
A LITTLE SKOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
AifelTTLE SKOCK. During a Aicavy thunderstorm 011 Momlivy, ; Dcccmbcr 2; tttB lightning struck a block supporting a tnnlc at the liellingen post ofliee. The tank is between the residence and the kitchen, near the door. Mr, F. Sniylhe and. his brother ;and the children were standing at the door only a yard away from the tank, at the time, and tliey received a shock. The lightning splintered the block and ran into the ground. The event was rather close to be comfortable.
THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
, ' , THE 'SETTLING. ' At Cnpp'^3 .hotel, on Tuesday evening, the1 settling -fook' place. vMany.. of the ..yisitors hftd -returned -to- , their respective glomes during the.day, but notwithslfliul iilig this thero were a' good.'; n'uinboivj .jiresent.' Mr.' W. 'R. Ibliotsoii, then newly elected .president, ? oooupicd tho;i chair, nud Mr. G,'F. M.n v 'tho vice-chaii'.'! The chnirnirin',fqfi-rred to the suececs fof the meet iug' and' .congrntiilntcd tho offi xscrs . and comiiutleo oir their exertions, -ifter which he 'called on tho treasurer, Mr. ; A. E. Gnpp,' 'to hand over tho prizes. ' Refrosliments' wcvp'ordered, and a convivial time 'was speiit,' :Tho fol lowing, toasts were1 duly honored, inter-' . sperse'd svitli ..sohgs and recitations;— V The Winners,' 'The Losers,' 'The Judge,' ''The President and Vice p res i d e 1 1 1 s, ' T 1 1 e S ec rdl a ry' . 'Other Officers ainl Gommjttoe,' '' Tlio ?Press,'; (eoiipled iwith1 the nnnie of Miv \V. T. OJamphcll),. ' Our next Merry.tftle...
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
THE BALL The bull in Barry ,s hull in tjio even ing, under Iho auspices of tho club,..wn9, most sticcesful jtind enjoyable, 'lhero. were abonl .55 couples, present. ' Messrs. H,. Hall and, J. Devir wore masters of ,cerompuios, while Mr. R. McKay, (vio-. |iro.videcl .nrsi-class music, 'assisted by iniiiiy friends dtiring tho night. Ai .liiidnight excellent refreshments woro served by : M r. Ted M nloney ' and .his assistants. ' J3nncing wns again r.esunWd and kept'up'with vigor tiir-'iiipriiing.' i
DEATH OF MRS. JOHN ALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
DEATH OF MRS. JOHN ALLAN, I Foil some time past Mrs. Ail'an-,. wife- of. Ur.-J.olin Allan, of the Bellinger- River, had been 'iii failing health, and subsequently, she 'contracted* an attack of bronchitis. Being '7(5 years' of age, and in a weak state, the ?disease conQnered, in spite of tlic medical aitentioiis of ~'Dr. Kelly, and Mrs. Allan, passed peacefully away on Tuesday of last week. The funeral took place on Wednesday. Mrs. Allan, wi'h her esteemed husbaud, eame to the (listri-£-me 23 years ago,: where they. ; hav.e lived e.viSr since. ... ..
THE ROAD VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
THE ROAD VOTE. The following amounts have been set down for expenditure during the half-: year, ending June 30, 1899, on , the undermentioned roads, 7— ; . : Bellingen 'District. , . BellitiEen. ?via Bowra. to Congarini .... £700 I Bellingen road up.Missabotti Creek.;.., 240: Bellingen road up South AriiV?.?' 13()* Bowraville to Upper Soiith '-Arm ; '?,... ' ISO Ilowraville to Upper North Arm ? 2o6. Con^arini up Taylor's Arm _? ... V ?... ' ,'700 , Cedar Creek to .Nambucca iieads .... . . 8Q , ConBt;koad to Campbell's JOO- .HonU to I'oirt-l t/sL. ._ ? ^11^0 Coast ltoad .to Sullivan's' ... 100? Coil's .Harbor to Sharpe's . .... . :,... -8'-0 Congariiii up, north bank Tayloi-js Ann J00 Fernmoiirit to Tyson's ,.. ..; - ... ,30 Gorddnville to'McFad yen's ... .... 150 John -'Mcrjcod's to Huelianan's... ... 150 Macksville to D. Bradley's ... lf-0, Marx Hill-to, !jouth,Arin ... ..i , ,100. Myers' Crossing tip Never Never, i. 200 Moonee to r'ongarini (North Coast road) 1-150 North Arm ltoad...
MACKSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
MACKSVILLE. Our correspondent writes,— IiiQigna: lion in Macksville -is loud nnd deep respecting the rumored fixing' ,of the Licensing Court. at. Bowra. Had this been done in the first iii'stance,' little would have been, thouaht of it. as it is not, a .matter ol' iimch importance ; blit the Minister having /.changed; lits-niind on the subject- and. transferred the court ? to Bowra, 15 felt-seveaely, and the- iniitlct ?is beiug.comniented upon Jiorcely, ''not in. Macksvillt! alone,, but .iii all the -dis^ ti-ict. rTho .Venire] I , Creek people, linving fornicdrn- Progress, Conimittoe. nnd made' n .most 'successful start -seenis-to have given nn impetus to Macksville, . anil 'on' Saturdny evening both. tho old commit-' ? tees buried. the,_|uitcjidt,. nnd .united in forming a Progress ' Committee. The r meeting wns held'in the School of Arts nnd was .fairly-. well- attended. ? Mr. I Macklin, of .\V-n Wai, was in the chair, and-he^began proceedings, by causing. the coiiteudtilg faction...
CRICKET. FERNMOUNT V. BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
CRICKET. ? .fi-;rnmount.,v. bullingk-n. TriAsisVreprcsei'iti'ng Ferntnannt and i!e1-' lingen clubs met 'at' Bellingeu Von Saturday last.' 'Neithur-- club -was represented by its full:, streiiglh, and the, scores were, small, Bellingen', winning by three runs 'on the first innings. ? Following are the scores.— - . - Belli nc um. — Li'irSt'Iiiiiings. .B. F. (!roueh,-slpd. -.Miles, b-T.yson ... 10 F. -T. Matthews, b Tyson ... ... ... I G. Wills, c Greer, b Tyson . .. ? .... 27 (!. b-mythe, run out..; .... . ... ? ? .- 4 ? W. -M; Jay, c J.'MuDougall, b Tyson ... 2 K G. Walsh, not out- ... ... 0 W. Matthews, e -Carney, b Tyson ... G F. Smythe, e W: Tyson, b Tyson...-. .... .0. H. Jay, stpd. -Miles, b Greer ... . ?.... 0 H. 1'. -Baly, e R. ri. McDougall, '-b Tyson... - 7 .W'? \Vil!s, b Tyson ... ... .... . ... 2 Sundries ... ... ' ... -.t Total - ... ... ... % ...... 72 Bowling : A. -Tyson - 8 for;. 30, .II. .Greer 1. for 29. ? —Sc-eond Innings. F.-Smythe, e and-b Greer .-.. -.... ,...-G2...
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
BOWRA PROGRESS COM ? 'mjttee. . . Tun .nio.nthly meeting of 'the Bowra Progress Coriimittee was held in the ?A|sqmbly:Hall on Sntuvday, January 7. Owing to tho absence of the 'chairman and vico-chnirniaii, -'Mr. ;P. Ryan wns unanimously cliosen to ? preside. After the minutes of the previous mpoting:-H'cre' read and con'Grnied, tho following reso-' hUions were unnnimously carried,— (1.)' That Mr, Notley' be elected tronsnrer, vice M r. ^D. J.' Brouggy resigned, aiid: thyfc tho;secretary write to Mr. Brotiggy, asking him to linnd ov,or,-tho books, etc., t,o his successor. (2;) That the secre tary-be instructed to respectfully draw' Mr. Grouch's. attention jtoitho. following matters, .with a view to;hnving the neces sary repairs effected, viz,— Improvements to the culvert opposite the. R.O. ehnrch];' niul' the dnngerriiis nature of tho rond biftjyecn Mr. Aston's. nnd the Bowra bridge. ', (3-.) That the secretary nsk Mr. Crouch to proceed witli the work- of: cutting down Cox's Hill npd...
FERNMOUNT PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 January 1899
FERNMOUNT PUBLIC SCHOOL. AFTER some three months' holidays Mr. J. H. Lovell returns and takes charge of the Fernmount public school. As there appears to be some misapprehension about the attend ance at this school, and whether such attend ance warrants the services of a pupil teacher, we made some enquiries. For the quarter ending December 31, 1898, the average num ber of pupils present was 42.6. This is no material increase on previous terms, as for the past ten years the average attendance has been over 40. To warrant the appointment of a pupil teacher the average must be at least 50. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
Bricks for Sale. A QUANTITY of Bricks for Sale at Deep XA. Creek Mines. ? May be inspected at the 01||orini(tion '.Vorks. Apply to. F. Buckle jun., care Mr. T. K. Radclifle, Rellinger Heads. . ; ? Strayed, ONE Brown Pony Mare, shod all round, white star on forehead; cropped mane, branded wjth a heart brand on near shoulder and thigh. Reward on delivery to F. It. I(. BaKHR, ? Bcllingen. ; Notioe.' A NY of my customerB' ivho ,haye not an opportunity pf paying^ me personally may pay Mr. W.1J, Bennett, whose receipt .will be 'sufficient; ' R. J. SMITH, Fernmount and Urunga Butcheiy. Dentistry. Mil. I'\ R. 0; ANNHLY, Dentist, visits . the Bellinger ami Nambucca every three months. All work completed 011 the spot. Pcrfectlv painless extractions. No fee taken unless satisfaction given. . Mr. Auiicly's next visit will .be notified 111 this paper. , To Let or For Sale. ' riHO Let 01 for Nile, Blaclrfmith's Shop at JL ).vim, with all. necessary implements, together with some £10 or :.£12 . wo...
THE LATEST LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
THE LATEST LAND BILL, Till! bill- to determine the value of im provements upon lands held under lease from the Crown was passed in parliament recently. Tho bill provided tliat the incoming tenant should pay for 'the 'improvements at their value to him when he became tenant. Mr. Rose moveTl ail amendment to -make it the /' market' value, so that the outgoing tenant sh'ould' be .justly .treated. Supposing the, out- going tenant nao niaoe.a.iaiui . 01 zuuu yarns, afceording. to ' this' tiill th'e basis of tlie'ap p'ruiscmen't is not to be as to wh(it the tank is,;wer.th, but simply what Jt.ig worth .to the ?hicoiuTng tenant. The case might then staud thus :? Although the tank was the very best , .improvement that lio|ild'bo 'inade, and al^p it , was suitable for watering sheep, tho incoming tenanfmight say, ' Hcle -is -a taijk valudble fop watering a few thousand stieep ; but'l am ?lAt .going- in for sheep, 'i 'am going .in /or, agriculture ; I only want so many horses and av feWlieaU....
SCHOOL TEACHERS' SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
SCHOOL TEACHERS' SALARIES. In .Parliament, recently Mr. Rose said : I desire to ask ll-ie llinislei' Xw I',ulilie Instruc tion whether lie is aware that, in cnnneution ?wiili a, great many of the smaller school^ the teacher !s'salarit8aic^reilueed:j'u:o]i6rllonately,'. to a diminisheiratleuilaiice, and if so will he see that such a slate of affairs is altered. M r. Koirue; I beir to state that the salaries of -school teachers . are not diminished in accordance with the poor ' attendance of scholars, unless it is clearly shown 1 hat the .limited attendance is the fault of the teacher himae'lf. M,r. Rose:: They have been diminished I ...Mr. Uogue:: No; the teachers are given abundant opportunity of showing whether tlie .ileeieased attendance is due to llieir own. inefficiency. If it is, then tlie salary is .reduced. . . ' ; [ Mr. Rose, later 011, asked the.Miuisler of ?Public Instruction.— (1.) Is he aware' that there is a regulation or rule' of the Public Service Board providing for ...
CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. NEVER NEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
CRICKET. B.ELLINQI3N v. NEVER NKVBR. At Never Never on Saturday- last, a match was played between teams from Never Never - atifl flcllingcn clubs. Four of the leading men in each club had been bnrred, and the teams were selected .'from .-.'the' remainini; players. This \yas the second match. of the kind played between these clubs this season, the previous one having been played at ISel lingen .and won by Never Never. On Saturday the tables were turned, the liellin. gee tea.m .proving altogether too strong for their opponents, and winning by six wioltets. Followingjire the scares, ? ?-? Never Nevbii.— First Innings. :? RrSummerville, b W.. Walsh F. Whatson, b W. -Walsh ... ... ... I G. Cork, h.W. Walsh , 0 P. Rose, b 15; Walsh .„ ' '7 : A. lieattie, h' IS. Walsh '.,, 0 A. Fowler, -b W, Walsh 0 J.'Jarrett,.b;.W. Walsh ? ... ... 0 J. Anderson, b K. Walsh ... . ... ... 0 F. Washington, b E. Walsh ... , v .1 A. Rose, not out. ... ... ... 0 W. Lean, b E. Walbh ... , 0 Sundries ' ... 3 ?To...
MOUNT BROWN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
MOUNT BR9WN SHORTS,. Following are the starts allotted for the: Mount 1 lirown ? Handicap, to bo 1 u.11 oil' Anniversary -Day, f-r-i . . :l . , ? ? . ' :. 1 ' ;vils. '. ; yds.' A. MeLcod ' 2. C. K. Walsh . ...uBi U. Taylor . ' ' ... 3 Fred. Smid.t ... : 15 . Ceo. McLennan.'.. 4 . K. Jay, 'r.., - J . I lazziiivl ?'G . 'A1.,- Col lari t_r ? -15 ? J. Jolmseii' : '7 -H.;P. Sullivan .'.. Lfi: W.' Ujiiiiier '7 : P. .Caliill, T.'Jj .Mart in I V.'. ? :,7; '. D.; Pol I bck . ; V.'.- 1 « , [f. Graliatii' ' ;.v. !l A. JJcst: ..V 17 SiiitiSniidt ... il W.'McOuire ' .'..,17 , J. Newman , .... .O Jiitv'.Mai'I.m .17 i 'itlakeney..., . ... 13 1.8i 6'Bilen ... *? 1? A. Hosclikio 1.8; ',I. T.Fil7.pati ielc...'12 Will.-WalBli . ... 18: 10. 0. -Walsh ; ?. (i.;.15a(iletbn 18 W. Gorman ,.V. 1? .iJ'liV.Gbtman 10 Daley ... '.I. 1?. W.. Uuncan '.v. 19 Hid. Levey '.W 18' Tbm'Ferrctt ... .19 J. McQrath ?' li! toovcV ' 19 A. Mol'lierson 18 .tI. TDeniiy... 19 J. J. Tavlor: iv. 1;!' JV-MaVtlnrsen. V.;.20 T. HcGa...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
, PRESBYTERIAN . ' „ tfundny, January 22 — jVerer h'eeer, 11 a.m. — Mr. 0. II. Ilaiil. Jiellintjen., 3 p.m. — „' ??????: „ I''ertiimiuitt, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ v„ . Warrell Greek 3 p.m. — lie v. V.II.Jlarshall. ' Maeltscille, 7.30 p.m. — „ ' „ - Sunday, January 2!) — 'laylor's Arm (Welsli's)ll a.m. — Iter. IK JI. Marshall. Mac/isville, 7-.30pM. — llev. W.IT.Marsltatt.
THE BELLINGER HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
THE BELLINGER HARBDR IWIPROVHMENTS. .At a public meeting: held in the I3el lingen School of Arts ou i.)ec«mber 31, Mr. ,G. S. Briuer was appoiuted a depu tation, in conjunction with Mr. McLaugh lin, M. P., to wait^pon Lhe .Minister for Works and protest against the action of Liie. u pper iiouse in rejecting me lieinn ger Harbor Works Bill, and urge- the continuance .of tho wor.ks ; also, to aslf t that the new bar dredge Antleo.u be se.ut .to work at jthe .Bellinger-entrance. -Xiu ' Mopday pf last: -vee,k t|ie deputation waited,upi,J|i .^Ir. , doling, and. urged . Iiiiji ^tQjcarry,on..the.-hai:bor. iuipiioxejiieutgcns; far as he could. The great injury which would be done, to the district by the stoppage of ( tlie jvprks was emphasised, anfl ijlr. -, doling said lie quite recognised ; ^he.iiecessily for doing sciuelhiiig. He poii|t,cd put that it was Xhn-ugh the actions niid influence of .one.or two 'ijei.j in the Lower/House that .the- bill .had ; been rejected by tUe (Jppor [Jouse...
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
ANGLICAN. Sunday, January 29 — Hellintjer lids., 11 a.m. — lie v. G.lH.Ii urgess. _ ? ^Jlaleiyh, 3 p.m.— . ; „ „ Jiellintjen, 7.30 p.m.— -- — ,r ? Upper Orara, 11 a.m. — Mr.IIarris' Walker. I Upper I3ueea, 3 p.m. — „ „ ,, Cora»iba,7.3Q,p.m.— - ,, ? I
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 20 January 1899
' Echoes. ' 'v A nokthbiin ri-.V(»r- fanner recently nd vised n firm of agsnts in Sydney tlisxt he was forwarding a. lot of pigs for sale. Ily some mischance he was prevented from getting his consignment off, nnd | ?\viis thnrefom vnrv much snrnrised at I receiving uceotvnt sides for the lot from, the agents. The prices at which the pigs ? were, to have been sold were about I half of the values the owner expected to ! rcwive. — Sydney Mail. I '' ? '* * *' W * ' * : ? Eveuy Siamese girl who reaches.; a; cc/tnin age without marrying: is ,(icketeil jj nnd labelled, and placed in a privileged | class, under -the ? special care of the King, who binds himself to find a lius : band for them all. His method .is --'delightfully,' ;sim]-Ie. ? A prisoner in any of the Siamese gaols may gain his par-', don and release by marrying one of the ineligible class. Whether lie is already married or not is ..not of great conse quence, for '.in Sinni it is not necessary to draw the line at one wife. - *...