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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
IN MEMORIAM. Thompson. — In loving remembrance o£ our ' dear little son, Reginald Patrick, who passed away on February 8, 1897. With tearful eyes we watched liim As lie slowly passed away ; : Although wo dearly loved Inm We could not bid him stay. . . Inserted by his loving father and mother, W. and S. A. Thompson, Nambucca Heads. IN MEMORIAM.' Thompson. — III loving memory of our dear little brother, Reginald Patrick Thorn p : son, who died on February 8, 1897. ' Gone, but not forgotten.' - Inserted by his affectionate brothers and sisters. Jp. FRIDAY, FBliRUAllY 10, 1800.
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
Brief Mention. Aliij Sydney trams are soon to bciunby electricity. -Rel linger Heads people have organised a progress cnmuilttci'i '? t.iount ' :De Gerlache Is to be tried at Sydney sessions on a charge of bigamy. Bowra butter factory, with land, plant, off* cr»lil iwpiiHv. i'i-!ilisi-tl 4»iil 9n firl More .npporNtmenlB to the. Upper FIouoc will be iuaiie .'before ^parliament meets. Bowra will !;b a :eii fete on Thtusday next, .when the new; court house will be openeil. ?Wesleyan Variety fair is itdverliacd in this issue for Moody's hall, Bellingeiii on February 24 and 25. ? a .Robt. J..-S-tiTii, ljutehcr, is a cash pur chaser oE: pigs and; cattlo;- fata or stores, in arge or small lpts.* . . . .... , .; l'laying 'cricket at Adelaide' oil Saturday; Darling made ; 1S7; Leak 203, and Cltixtoii 485, the lattfiivnot out. : ' At Albion- Park 32 of , Mr. G. Pearson's dairy, cattle, broke into a crop of planter's friend | 20 oE tlie.bcasts died. ueoige lieu, or tne uunetun cscar, anu wuo w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
AVOID THE DANGER OF TIME PAYMENT. a} ' BUY FOR CASH. 12 SHILLINGS SAVED IN EVERY, £. GEORGE-STREET CORNER. LIVERPOOL-STREET CORNER. (OPPOSITE PERCY HORDERN'S). SYDNEY'S GREAT CASH FURNISHING EMPORIUM. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S 'HAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, consisting of Wardrobe with Plate-glass Front and Drawers, Duchess Chest of Drawers with Jewel Trays, Marble-top Washstand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Our price is £6 7s. 6d. We have dozens of others to select from at £8, £9, £10, £12, up to any prico. HALL'S HANDSOME H.T. BEDSTEAD, full size, complete, with best Double Wove Wire .Mattrass and set of best Bedding, £3 15s. ; other prices £4, £5, £7, to 12 guineas. See our window display. HALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 6 Padded-back Chairs, substantially made, arid guaranteed, £6 10s. . Fifty others to select From at £7, £8, £10, to 25 guineas. Country Residents, write for our Illustrated Catalogue. Country Orders Packed Free. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Corn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
The North Coast STEAM - NAVIGATION :r GO., LIMITED.: 'rpiTK favorite R;s. UOSKDAYjK will. make I . fre-]uen t 'ami regular. .trips: during the lmsv season; (bar 'permitting) about KYJ511Y FIVE DAYS. ' Times of arrival ami departure will be'nn nV-imcedrat. the respective Post. Offices on'.tlie ! ! i ver. . ? '? The . Droglring ariiineenientK arc under the -?supervision of Mr. I-\ llOEVKfj, who ? Is. long ' . favorably known in the-tnide. ; K DOE;PKL, LoeitrAsoiit. ? ? ItlOIIATiT) COOKE, Secretary. T; T!. ALLT & JOHN S15E, I Managing Directors. . 'lilCkLPS STEMiJo; ' !f'|^ FT K R.s. Nnmbiicea now makes weekly .1. Trips to the Nambucca Iiiver. |' Times o[ arrival ami departure announced at *? the various Telegraph Ollices in ? . -Llje -district. ... .nro'jliinjr nnnnaemenls are in ( lie hands of | Mr. .1. 11. Alla.n'. wIio is the Local § .??Agent, and who.is well known 1 in the trade. | ?R BUCKLE, | Proprietor. Krsldne-strcct, Sydne'v.. ' 0. S. BRIER, £ Land, Commission, and Ge...
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, February 12 — Bellingen, 1 1 a.m., Mass — Rev.P.W.Ahem. 1 iellingen, 7.30 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Benediction. — liev. P. ?II'. Ahem. ? /Wednesday, February 15 (Ash Wednesday) — i ? Bowra, 0 a.m., Mass. — Ilee. P. W. Ahem.\ Sunday, February 19 (first in Lent) — | Bowra, 11 a.m., Mass. — Bcv.P. If. Ahern. Bowra, 7.30 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Benediction.— Iiev. P. W. Ahem.
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
Church Services. „. WESLEYAN. Sunday, February 12 — U ppev Oram, 11 a.m. — liev. A. Graham. Upper Bueca,7 .30 p.m. — „ „ „ C'oramba, 7. SO p.m. — „ „ ,. Bellingen, 7.30 p.m.— Mr. A. A. Nelson. Never Never, 3,j-.m.— Vr. II. Griffith :? *,*?? Taylor's Arm ( Welsh's), It a.m.— Mr. D. ' . Mop ford. Monday! February 13 — '? Nana Glen, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. A. Graham. Tuesday, February 14— -???? ? ' Lower Bueca, 7.30 p.m. — Hot, A. Graham, Sunday, February 19 — ??????? , . . i Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — Ilea. A. Graham. \ BeUinge)i,3 p.m. — : ?.:„ , „ : „? I Femmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ ?-». I Taylor's Arm, 11 a.m. — Mr. B. Joyce, liowraville, 3 p.m. — „ „ -, Nambucca J lea ds, 7.30 j). in. — „ ?„ Glenijfer, 3 p.m. — Sir. J. F. Donnelly .
UPPER TAYLOR'S ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
UPPER TAYLOR'S ARM. THe Rdv. Father Ahern conducted services at Mr. John Kearney's, tipper Taylor's Arm, last Suflday„.when there was a very large coilgregntiqrii He, in the course of his re ? marks, complimented Mr.- Kearney- on his generosity iiv allowing the use oE his'premises Eor Catholic worship during the past six years. lie aiso manned uir. ixearney ror ins kindness in donating att here oE land for the new R.C. Church. We might State that the timber and iron for the new building^are already on the ground. At the service the Rev, Father expressed his gratification over the success of the agitation in connection with the formation of the howra-'l'ity lor's Arm roadi In past years the rOad was ex tremely dangerous and steep, and it Was with difficulty that any progress could be made, theic.belng phly a bridle track about two feet wide. The Hcv. Father, complimented the member for -the electorate, Mr.- McLaughlin, on bis-having iiiOney for tho work, placed on the estimates', inl...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
: 'PRESBYTERIAN. villi. C. II. Hain, who succeeded the Rev. T. D. Evans in the Bellinger Presbyterian charge, left for Sydney _ this week, via Gtafton. Mr. I-Iain, who has not yet finished his career as a student,- was recalled by the Church 'authorities,- but his successor has not yet been; lippqintcd. ,, Mr. G. Chalmers; a filling the charge. He holds services to morrow. . ; The Presbyterians oE Walcha have determined to lid themselves of the church debt. - Within the past few weeks they have raised £300 by strictly cash giving, which is an example that many ministers would fain' &c emulated. The Rev. J. T. Thorburn, the minister oE the district, is very popular with all classes in the community.
THE BELLINGEN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
THE BELLINGEN BAft0- At n general meeting of tlie Premier Band' on Tuesday night, it Was decided to ask the citizens to guarantee some support for a time. It was also agreed to arrange) if possible,- to' have a president- 'and other officers from thev leading residents, i£ they can be induced to act. ; The meeting unanimously resolved that Mr. U. S. Bnner ue asked to put tlie matter before some of ' the principal residents' and ask their help on behalf of- the band. ill-. Bririer. agreed to do this, . and something definite will be done in the matter this week. The band, under Mr. lien. Young's tuition, is' making good progress, and appeared in public on Saturday nightj playing through a short and attractive programme of popular airs.
MONEY FOR OUR PARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
MONEY FOR OUR PARKS. Mil. G. S. HMXEU lias received the follow ing letter, addressed to Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., by the Uniler-Pecretary of the Lands Department: — 'I liave the honor to inform you that the sum of £55 has been set apart by- the Secretary of Lands, out of this year's vntn. fnr flip imnrnenmnnt. nF the htibliCi parks and recreation reserves iir yourrclec torate, the amount for each separate area being as follows, viz. : — Bellingen l'ark, £20 ; North lteaeh Itccreation Reserve, £15 ; Bowra liecreatiori Iteserve, £10; Kernmotuit He-, creation KeservCj' £10.'' The vote for the North- Biiaeft'iSiipf course, in addition to tlie ; special sum to be spent in the erection oE a shed and fencing recently authorised.
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
WEDDING. On Wednesday last, February 8, a wedding took place near Femmount at the resilience of Mr. James Martin (father of the bride), .when Mr. -Martin's third daughter, Miss Catherine Martin, was married to .Mr. John Thomas Lovell, eldest sou of Ml'. Edward Lovell, of South Aim, Itellingen. The Key. miner /inern oniciaien, aim mere were over 40 guests present, the bride and her parents being long known and highly respected in the district., After the ceremony a breakfast was partaken of by a large number of guests, and the health of the young couple was pro posed in felicitous terms by the Iiev. P. W. Ahern. A dance at night was held in honor of the event.,, the festivities being kept up until daylight next morning.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
THE WEATHER* Since the, heavy thunderstorm on S'aturday night, January 28, the weather has been cool and cloudy, with frequent showers, steady 'rain falling at times for hours. The fall for February to date registered about four-inches at Bellingen. aiul was general throughout t he district. The crops and grass look well and stock are. In good condition. The prospects of a good season are excellent, ami farmers, and ' business ?-'peopla ore In- good 'spirits. Gloomy: reports still come from the west and , south-west, vjyhc!;e tiie country is in a terrible state owingCto- the long-continued' drought. Drdugh't-sti'iokcii districts in the north had splendid raiiis on Saturday and Sunday last. Warialda had ? -U inches, l'etman G} inches; and Invcrell lj -inches....
Local Interest. BELLINGEN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
Local Interest. BELLINGElN SPORTSi A tARGELY-At'TENDED meeting was held at the Exchange Hotel on Saturday night, Mr. W. V: liathef in- tile, chair. It wits de cided to hold athletic sports at Itellingen on ; St. Potrick's Day( oil a site to be decided upon at another meeting which is to be held to morrow (Satunloy) nighti A proposal to onei a Handicap, LU iju run ILL uiu ttnuw ground, Marx Hilf,-wns not supported. Mr. W. V. Iiather was appointed secretary) and n committee was elected. It was decided to have a £10 handloHp, and to publish the full programme shortly. Matters will be more fully discussed at to-morrow night's meeting.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
Six liomostead applications in one day at'. -Bellingen make it appear as if the leasehold systo'm were more popular than tho plan of alienating land altogehter by auction or by conditional purchase. But the six men who took tip Dorrigo land at Bellingen last week had. possibly little or lin ehnine. Pnrlinns tlipv wnnted that. particular land, and took : it under the leasing system rather that let someone else have it ; possibly they took it be cause it was cheaper . than conditional purchnse^would have, been, and their pockets had more weight than their hearts with their action. At any 1-ato we have known dozens of men who inspected the Dorrigo, or who camo here for informa tion) and who then went away to other districts where the homestead selection area is not in existence/. These men would have .nothing to do with the lands under the leasing system,: because they argued' that they could never own them right' otit. ' They would rather pay dearly for the sentiment, for the.imaginar...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
SYDNEY MARKETS. On Wednesday in Sydney maize was selling .nt. 3s. fid. to 3s. Gd. for old, 3s. hi. ror new ; potatoes, £4' to £C ; butter, 8^(1. to 9d. for factory, dairy 7d. to 8(1. ; eggs, Is. to Is. 3d. Cedar .was improving and scarce. The fol lowing agents wired yesterday (Thuisday) as follows : — Pres- ott and Co. — Prime maize to day 3s. 4d., market firm and good demand. Farmers' Co-operative Company — Light sup plies of fat pigs forward, with prices for all descriptions firm ; heavy back fatters 5Gs., best baconeis 4G?. to 50s., good 38s. to -1 2g., light 30s. to 35s., best heavy porkers 27s., good 20s. to 21s. ; fat calves are in heavy supply, priors being easier ; the maize market is firm for prime samples, new 3s. 4d., old 3a. Gd. to 3s. Gil. ; potatoes, seed sorts in good demand, nt £0 to £7 ; creamery butter Oil., factory 8d. to 8id. ; hand-cured baeon. 0-5(1. to 7d. ; hand-cured hams, 8d. to 8}d., scarce ; lard, bulk 3jd., bladder Id. Messrs. Ilill, f'lark, and Co. — Th...
OUR BAR HARBOR WORKS. NAMBUCCA RIVER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
OUR BAR HARBOR WORKS. [Abridged from Jltinxiird.'] NAMBUCOA HIVE 11 WORIy,S. Mn. Young moved that- the 'works be curried out ns recommended by th-APub- lie Works Committee.'.- Ho si'iid! t.^Thc Nambucca is not ja very largo, river, '.mid tlie proposed;' expenditure -'is - not t;vcry. large. Hon. 'ripenibeis'lMTluv lcinvw- the! Nutnbiiccn district's; know'' that ' it Ms' 'tt rertilo 0110,- and'it 13 or siiprotuo itnpor tance to the - people ? who : aro Settled there, and -who have to'- mnkq ? llioii*: living in tho district, that tho entrnii'ec. to 'the river should bo improved. -Tlio proposal of the -Public 1 Works Depart?! ment. was for tlio expenditure of it very large stun of money ; but tli'e Public Woi'ks Comniiltee, in their; wisdom, 'saw fit to prune it down considerably, recom mending works of a very - much lighter character than those- proposed. Tlioy: say that the expenditure of JJ30, 000 or £40,000 . will I10 sufficient to . make a harbor fit Tor the accommodation- .of ni...
THE WESLEYAN PARSONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
THE WESLEYAN PARSONAGE* Only two tenders were received on Wed nesday for the building of a Wesleyan parson* age at Bellingen, The new plan and speci fication provided for a neat building of rather handsome design, and having three chimncys only, instead of five.as in the first plan. The lowpnh f-nndf»r rm Wndnpsrlnv ivna t.Imh nF Mr.' J. J. Houltwond, of Upper Orara, the amount being £U20. The other tenderer was Mr. G. E. Moore, £225. Tho work is to be completed within four months. A tender of £222 from! Messrs. 1'opkin and Sheplmrd, of Coil's Har bor, was received on Thursday morning, loo late for consideration ; ulso too high, as matters stand.
Echoes. BY THE PILGRIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 February 1899
.Echoes. By The Pilgrim. ^Anything in this column is not necessarily ?identified with the policy of the paper. Harry CogiiU.l was fined nt Hay!, 'recently for holding an entertainment on: ?'Sunday. But tlie P.M .G. -proposes to tnnke public servants work on Sunday. ?rOueer country, this. ?#«**-** -* * * A 'Sydney industry under freetrade. Hag-pickers cam v£2000 a. year by pick ing up rags in rubbish heaps at Moore iPark, The rags in Hyde Park are not ?for sale ; the wearers sleep in them. '# * * * * * * * Tiiey say in Sydney that .Governor.; .-.Hampden rosigned beeanse of some social t'scandal. At any rate the ' goings-on ' ?-of his Excellency and certain society fladies is common talk, and it is said that -things ..have not been peaceful in tlie -Hampden household for n long time. , : ?* * * * .* :* * * . .. ?! A DiFinsRENCE in climate. At Bel-. Jlingen 'recently the thermometer, was 'aboiit-'lOOin the-shade.; on 'Kosciusko . nieiir Oooina, in the southern part of the: ?colony, sno...
CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. DEEP CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899
CRICKET. ? HELLINGEN v. DEEP CREEK. Bellingen and Deep Creek met at- Deep Creek on Saturday, Hellingen winning on the first Innings with 27 runs to spare. ' The new wicket at Deep Creek is a very good one, and though the field is uneven it is better than the old one, anil is very, prettily situated. The game on Saturday was a very pleasant one. as matehes , with Deep Creek players always arc, the Creekitcs being genuine cricketers in every sense. For Bellingen Osborne batted very stubbornly ; he played a long and useful bat for-only -1 in the first innings, but was more free in the second. Walsh. Crouch, -Hcndci'son', Hamilton, and Hrlner also rendered- good service with the bat ; and Crouch and Walsh bowled in groat form, Hamilton being, a little- off on the slower wicket.' The Itellingen'.'fifclding was better than' usual. ? For-1 'Deep- Creek Jas. Willett and A; England batted well, but none of the others appeared able to deal nt -nil wilh the bowling. A. M.- Sullivan bowled best...
Echoes. BY THE PILGRIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899
Echoes. By The Pilgrim. Anything in this column is not necessarily identified With the policy o£ the paper. Said G'flrlyle : 'The man who never ' made a mistake never made o-:vlliii)g.' It should follow, therefore, i/iiftfc the ' greater the sinner the greater the uian., i I* * * * * * * * The. lock of a Gliow. First prize in Tattersall's sweep on tho Cootamundra * Clip has-been drawn by a Cootamundra Chinaman. The white man can't even kee| Tatt's sweep to himself. # * * * * * * * . She : ' Ilenry. you don't say half the nic£ things to me now that you used to say beforo we were married.' He : ' 'Well, a man doesn't run any more after ho lias caught the tram.' * *. * * * * * * ? Afteh tho fight in tho Philippines ? rocently the Americans found women amongst the dead; they had cut off their hair, armed themselves- as men, and fallen in the fighti Brave women, at any rate ; worthy, of abetter fate. * * * * * * * * CiiAULES Fkazisr, a leading Ballarat cricketer, was struck 011 the left ...