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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

Sunlight Flashes. Tiiuouaii Tiiis Wiuis. , .SyDSfEV, We'dtiesday; A disastrous fire; resulting in, tlie destruction of Richard Hall and Son'i produce1 warehouse in Newcastle,' occurred 011 Saturday liight. ^ , The .damage is; estimiited at £10,000. ' Several other -buildings ivoro damaged. - In Victoria tlie heat inland on Satiirf dtiy aiid Mon'day was' intense, up to 115 m r.hn alinrln lininn- i.nnr:al„,./irl /The, births last year- 111 ? Ifow South Wales numbered 36', 212, the deatlisr 10,065, and tlie mhrriagos 8888: It is probable that the presentation of an- elector's' right will be a sulTicien't' . quahficatio'if to' vo'te a-t {he'., .proposod' referendum o'u the'. amended' Convention Bill. ,, Mr. Wrag'ge forecasts con'stal showers north from' Sydney . during the early future. Mostly fine' in'la'ii'd. ? probably th'understornis_ with capricious showers' over the. .western portion, grudnnlly spreading towards the coa'U. At a largely-attended meeiin'g of citi-'. zens last' night...

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SAD AFFAIR IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

SAD AFFAIR IN VICTORIA. The following telegram from Mel bourne, dated Friday, appearnd in tho Sydney Daily Telegraph of last Satur day : ' A sensational tragedy occurred at the Quee'tiscliffo' Fort about 10 o'clock last night. A number of soldiers in No. 3 Bnrrack room had retired to bed, while the others' were standing about 'preparing-' to- retire, 'when Gunner Briner rinnn'i,,. PnlWIr nftor w1««f appeared to' be a cheerful conversation, Oil; -you go to bed.' Pollock , then coached for his carbine from the rack at the head of the bed, and said ' I'll shoot you.' He then presented the weapon, and fired, the bullet striking Briner in ? tho right breast, passing clean through his body. and. embedding itself in a brick wall;- In its course it jnst missed Gunners Hamilton, Dean* and -Huntor,; whose bods ran in tho row from Pol lock's. Briner immediately dropped to : the' floor', and' Pollock- was seized and marched'- -off to the guardroom;. .. The ivouiuled'manAvns. taken to tho milita...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

THE MARKETS. ? On Wednesday Messrs. Hill; Clark*; and Co. wired, — Tlie fat pig market is wall supplied this week, prices being very firm for all descriptions, especially prini'e baconers, which are selling wonderfully well, with excellent prospects'. We note extra weighty, back fatte'rs at 50s. to' 58s., prime weighty bftCOiiei'9: 47s.- to 50s., prime lieaVy 4-ls. to 4/s., good 40s. to 4'fs'.,' light to' good 37s. to 40s., light 27s, to ads., liest IioaVy porkers 22's'. to' 25s., good 19s. to 223.,-s-thers froni 12s. to 18s'., according to weight and quality,'. . . The Farmers' Co operative Company wired yesterday, — Light' supplies of fat pigs coii'tin'tie to arrive;- with' no alteration reported ill price ; bacon' pigs continue firm at up to 40s. for' the best,- porkers' t'o 28s.,- other sorts in' proportion'. Prime dry new utilize'. is in good demand at 8s. Gd., old !frqtn.3s. 4-d. to$s. Gd ; creamery birtter Tf q^'~fa_l)Vury--ci5a.x- unua-v m ?.,- fiid.-to 7d. ; linnd-curcd han...

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

A KG LIC AX. Sunday, February 19 (first in Lent) — U-ppor Jtueea, It a.m. — Jlev.C.E.Jiurgcss; Upper Orara, 3 p.m. — „ j, - Voramba, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ Hettinger Heads, 11 a.m. — Sir. Jlarris Wulhcr. ? ? 'Fernmount, '3 p.m. — Mr. Harris-Wallter. Jidlingen, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ ,; Monday, February 20 — (.'oJI'sHarh-r,7.3Qp.m. — llev.C.Ji.liurgess. Friday, February 24 (St. -Matthias' Day) — S\'a mbucea Ileads, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. Harris ? Walker. Sunday, February 2G (second in Lent) — Fig Tree, 11 a.m.— Mr. Harris- Walker. ' MaeJtsville, 3 p.m. — . „ „ . „ .... ? Jiowra, 7.30 p.m. — ; Hellingen, 11 a.m.. — llet. 0. JH. Burgess. ? Fernmount, 3 p.m. — „ „ .,, - ? ?Hettinger Heads, 7. 30 p.m. — „ „ Monday, February 27— Woodbemj ( Mr . Graces'), 11 a.m.— Mr. Harris-Walher.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

: ; Brief Mfentionv ' DoiiiN'G' Idst'.ytin1 lOO'tilbtl' aUiUit'tod* to the police force of N.S.W. aVcragod' oft. 11 Jin. ? . . Tiib' tt'cathci' still cbiitiiiilUs showery and clotiily,- scarcely'.-i' tlUy piis^Ih^' without rain. Thb'thefinbriibicr at AVlrilaide at noon on Monday registered- HI)- in' t'lib shade and 100 in: the sUhi; . ..... Robt. J. Sji'iTH1, biiVchbr,- is a' cash pur chaser .ot pigs any catuoj- -mts or stores, in nrgb'ol'ainiiiribis'.*.;.' Bellinger llivcr Unibh'jribeting next Friday night, Febr'uln'y 2-1'. iiembers are specially requested. to'atterid.-. , At the ojieiii'ng of tlib'ii'ew. additions to St. Joseph's* Chul'ch' at Or'ango,. oil Sunday, the; col leytiohs' amhuri t'cil' 't'o' £ 431 0'. . Mi'chhel K-ell'^: Who' shot M-iss'! Flynir:nt Paddingfoli,- has' alwbstl i'icovered from the A'oUiid ht'inflictcd1 on hi'mself. . ;. - -. Dhriiig Inst ;8casbii .40j0(j0 baus of^maize; 14S3'. : plgS', ' 980' c'aiis:, creniiV;;an(l'timljer. we're amoiigst the' expbrts- fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

'IRISH JUSTICE.' AT BOWRA ON MONDAY. Legal. MR. J. R. MARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Kcllingen when required , and may be consulted by letter. PASTURES & STOCK BOARD, ~\TO nominations having been received for JLN Sheep Directors but that of Mr. John Campbell, of Kempsey, who is hi lieu of llobert Campbell (retired), there - will be no election of Sheep Directors. For Live Stock , Directors, nominations duly ? . ? received arc,— ? ; C. A HILL, Comara. . JAMES. LANDERS/ HiekeyrsCreeK,^ T, S, HOPE. Wabra. .' . ~ MICHAECCLA'RK'EffessaSkTT^ ' , Three to.be elected. Open voting. - : -? A poll will take place on Friday, 21th Instant, from 10 a.m. to ?I'p.m: r 1'olling Places — Kempsey, Kcllingen, Wnuc*' hope, Hollands Plains, Bellbroob. W. D, SCOTT, ltcturnhig Officer. s Kempsev, February 14. Government Advertisements. ? Courthouse, Belliirgcir. February 1, lSOff. rpFIE QUAIITEIILY LICENSING COURT JL for district of Bellingen arid Nambucca will be held at th...

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

PROGRESS COMMITTEE. Our correspondent writes, — The monthly meeting of the Woolgoolga Progress Com mittee was held in the School of. Arts oil Wednesday, -February 8, the president (Mr. F; J. Rudder) in tlie' chair; The minuces-of thc„last meeting -were^.reail aiid- confirmed. CdiTespondenee was' renci re tire appointment, of trustees' for the general cemetery; 1'lie written resignations of Messrs. itao&'man nnd Thompson-were received and accepted, and Sfmnra'-.R nnH i » vw«f l.„— ? ? were elected in their stead. It was proposed by Mr. Wotherspoon nnd seconded by Mr. Green,— 'That the correspondents' to' the papers have free 'access to the minutc-Tiook.' .Curried: Two. motions by Mr.: Wheatley, ?seconded ' by Mr: Green and Mr. -W. Shaw, relative, to the alteration of some of the rules for the better ..working of the society, were carried, after some discussion. It was pro posed by Mr. Cahlwcir and seconded by Mr. R. Taydor.r^-' That the secretary write to tho rrba'd'superinic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

AVOID THE DANGER OF TIME PAYilENT; BUY FOR CASH. i 2 SHILLINGS SAVED IN EVERl^ £. . GEORGE-STREHT CORNER; ? LIVERlJOOL-STREET CORNER. (OPPOSITE PERCY IIORDERN'S): . : . . SYDNEY'S GREAT CASLI FURNISHING EMPORIUM; A, HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S 'HAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, consisting of Wardrobe with' Plate-ijlnss Front and Drawers, Dncliess Cliostof Drawers with; Jcwe,l Tray^, i Marblo-top Washstand, Towel Rail, and Cliaii;. Our price is £G 7s. Gd. We .-?^-jlia vo dozens of others to select from at £8, i!(j, £10, £12; up to any, price. I-IA'LL'S --HANDSOME H.T. BEDSTEAD! full size, complete, with- best ,, ^Double Wove Wire .Mattrnss and set of best iBeddiitg,' £3 15s. ; o'tlic'r prices £J-, £5, £7, t(Kl2 guineas. See onr window display^ HALL'S -:DININ.G-ROOM .SUITE, consisting' of Coucb, P'air-Easy Oiiiiirs, ' and'.'C Padded-back Obairs, siibstantially made, 'and guaranteed, £G 10s. Fifty others to select from at £7, £8, £10, to 25 guineas: Country Residents - write for our Illustrated' Ca...

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NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

NAMB'JCCA HEADS. Oijli correspondent wrpte on Wednesday as follows, i-^Tlic- steamer Nanibueca has been bat-bound again since Tucsdrij',, owing to'the rough sea anil shallow lj.ar. . . A splendid quantiiy of rain , has .fiii|en here, clu ring the past week. . . The road from the Govern ment wharf, past. : W'oingarth's hotel, and up to the' crown of the hill, is being considerably improved by having, sevcralsharp mid danger ous curves straightened, mid widened. ' Con tractor J. Wilkinson is carrying oiit tbe.work. .. .. -It seems a wonder that no steps.havc been taken to procure a-'new public school building here. The necessity is undoubted, as the present building, appears to be totally inadequate to nccommodate;tlic large number of scholars enrolled. During the hob' summer months the temperature, combined with; the discomfort arising from Jihiited spacaiimust be' very trying for the rising generation. If the parent?, rpoved in the matter and inter viewed the courteous inspector on ...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

CALENDAR FOB THE WEEK, High' Day uf Day of Sun Sun Water Week. . -Month.; ltiSHS; ,Sbts; , at, the i Hen, Is. ' '. v. rr sr'- h ji F.jr. - Suiulay^; ... Feb. 191 5 34'- C: 44 5' or -Monday^'''.':. -,, ^20 5;:35; -6 '43' (-? (i a.m. ?. Thcsrlagr ... „? 21' o 2G G 42 6 35 \Vednestlay „? 5 , 37 G: 41 7 25 Thursday..;. „ 23' 5 ^8 G'~ 40 8 9 Friday ... „ 21 5 39 G 39' S' 4G' Saturday ... „ 25 5 40 G 37 9 10 ?MOOS'S Phase'.— Fiist qn'art'er at 6:52 p.nv. on Friday,- February 17. FRIDAY, F Jill 11 XJ Alt Y 77, 1S09:.

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SERIOUS SHOOTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

SERIOUS! SHOOTING ACCIDENT. On Moridiiy afternoon . last. Mr. George Erigla'ndj sori.of Mr. Marmaduke lOnglan I, of Deep Creek,' was the victim of a sc'nous shooting rfcciderit. Sir, Kngland. who ii i 1 years old, was timber cutting near Wirrietnn; on the South 'Arm of tho i'ellingef River, wnli his employer, M r. \V. J. Uobinson. Me had wltli hiril rt pria-rific — of some hundreds of yards range— and in moving to a fresh spot lie carried tho rilldj lin'axcf and some other -things:;: He piit the rifle down first, with the stock oil the ground and the muzzle ilgalnst his riglit side. He then leaned over nnd put 'down the axe. .which must have touched the hammer- pf -the rifle' rind caused ( the charge tdgo off. l lie muftsle being placed close; to lils^slde deavlened the rejiort, and prevented- the. bullet from gaining its full force- The bullet, dicfwever, entered the right side below the ninth or tenth rib, and struck upwards. ?' Mr; England called to itr. Robin son, who was some 2...

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THE BELLINGEN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

THE BELLINGEN BANDv The' Premier Band is progressing veij satisfactorily, the membets utt'endiug' prac-' 1 tice regularly. As the band needs' assistance, a meeting of those'willing to'assfst i'n k'eepfng the band up is to be held in the Schoorof Arts on Tuesday ni'ght n«'xt to' difecuss- the' mat'ter'. Everyone who desires' to help tlie band fo become a permanent and creditable. institution is requested to attend tliatmcfcting.

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WOOLGOOLGA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

WOOL-GOOLGA' NEWS'/ Otri!1 correspondent! writes; — Matters' ait a' i'uIo have been rather quiet litre of late, with the exception of a' little' excitement 'caused by the arrest, of an individual wlio'certainly, judging 'by- his' own assertions, seems' to' know a- good- deal -.lnofe thhn . he average' nihil about the Gntton tragedy.. It is t'o be hbpei.l fol-. ;his sake -.thatj .'the sirepiemnsf, ate grpun'ille'ss, out; l inost certainly; wouin not care to-.-uc.-in Mr. Burke's: shoes. . . Till; school concert to.be held atj'Huster promises to be a- great success', t belic've 1 1 1 ft* j-uvenile' iicrfoi'mers, under the-able Hritrorf nt Miss 1'ii'llenV are making great strides, vMiMb't Mrs. Tread well lias' undei'taken to coach the a-l.uit pn'iinn, which of coifec' spells success'. Mr. Wother spoou can safely1 anticipati; c'ongiatulations. . . MuSsrs.jCollinS and 1'iillen are uMking good headway with their road coirtracis, which, whenicomplctc'd,- will varftfy' iinprnve matters betwe...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

CMircli Services. WESLHYAN. Sunday, February 10^ Aiim- jVutoi', 10.S0 a .hi. — line. A. Graham, Hellingen, 3 p.m. — . „ -.,j„ ' - - ' - Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — ? ,i ???-, * Taylor's Arm, 11 a.m. — Mr. J). Joyce. Jiowrar.illo, 3 p.m. — ? „ ,, Namhneoa Jleads, 7.30 p.m.— „ . . (flenij/'er. 3 p.m.— Mr. ,T. F. Donnelly. ... ? Sunday, Kolirunry 28 — Jtellingvn, 11 a.m. — Jtec. .1. Graham. Glenijl'er,3p.m. — „ . „ 'i, ' jYever jYover, 7.30 p.m. — „ ,, „ Dvrrigo,- 3 p.m.— Mr. A. Palmer, JY/ina (ilea, 11 a.m. — Supply. Lower Jiiwea,3 p.m. — Supply. . -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

Tlie North Coast STEAM ► NAVIGATION ? CO., : limited, h j VHE favorite s.s. ROSEDALE will make I 'frequent and regular trips during the busy season (bar permitting) about' EVERY FIVE DAYS; Times of arrival ahd departure will be an hounced at the respective Post Ofllccs oh the River. . . - \ ? The Droghing arrangements are uhder the supervision of Mr. F. - DoepMj, who is long Sind favorably known m the trade; ; '-j ?? F; D'OEPEL, Local Agent.1 ' RICHARD 'COOKE, Secretary. 'J\ K, ALlVJ' & ^rOHN SEE, '?;/ Managing Directors. BUCKLE'S STEAMERS. 1HPHE s.s. Nnmbucca now makes weekly JL Trips to the Nnmbucca Hirer.' Times of arrival arid departure announced, at the various Telegraph Oiriies in '' . the district.' ? fflrogh'inp: arrangements are lin. 'the 'hands of - .Mr. J. H. Allan, who is the JjOc.-iI - , . .Agent, and who is. well known ' , in the trade. F. BUCKLE, Proprietor. flllrskine-street, Sydney.. 1. 8. BRINEfi, 'Ijand, Commission, and General Agent. conducted at Meetings...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

I1 II ICS B YTK MAN. ' .' Sunday, February 19 — Jiarrieton, 11 a.m. — Jftv G. Chalmers. Femmonnt, 3 p.m. ? „ „ ,, Jlellinger J leads, 7.30 p.m. — War roll Ck.,2 p.m.— Itev. W.J/. Marshall: ? Maekxville, 7.30p.m. — „ „ „ Taylor's Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. J-. Mogford.'

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

? KOMAN CATHOLIC: . . I 'Sunday, February 10 (first- in Lout) — . Bowra, 11 a.m., Mas*. — Hev. JJ. W. Ahem. j Boir.ra, -7.30 p.m., ; Vespers,' Sermon, -nt-Z.I Benediction. — Itev. P. W. Ahern.

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A NAMBUCCA SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

A- nambucca^ sensation. ' On Fndav last Mr. Angus Mclvny,- a resi dent of the, Nambucca for over 20 vcars. was nrreSted bv. Constable J'. IvLawler atiracks ville oil a c [i nVgeo f.'.''ui 1 1 a v.' f ul 1 y entering the 'dwelling hqusV of 'Mr. Thoriins 'James Rowe. ? tlio- Ifentw'lov ; ICuKiii,nV» 0-' «il[l, -iiitent to' c'orhmit' a- feloliy.' MclC-.ay was' brought' 'befprd Mr. \V. Ezbllly- J*.P', and remanded till toiilay '(Fr'iihiy):. Biiil ? was l alloweil and- obtained-, -iaccused in-. £100- anil two siirieties'£lfrrs: 'Willft ahtl1 MV. Wal lace) of £50 each. McKay :s a storekeeper at'Jlncksvillc'anil Bowraand o\ynS'a' Bbttcr factory at Macks'viire:. ffe i^willely knoWri, ' is' a- riiarried? ,'marij and' hiisj ahVays' bteii ji prbmirien^ a\iH rcsi-cetablc' citizen; Itts ; arrest causc-i i,quite' a' sehStitioii'. It appears | that someonejcnteteil the' room- of M'r. ItoWe's; daughters the girl screamed,- and the', in-; ! trailer got out through the' window'! A' : pair of boots fo...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

accidents; On Saturday last Mr. ' McAuley, teacher'at the Tipper South Arm half-time schools, and Messrs. AValter.and .Herbert Jay, were driving 'in a. sulky to the cricket -match '-at Deep: ;.Urecfe At the' foot of ConsidiiiVs Hill tliey tried to (lodge a number of cattle camped about tho road. One boost happened to turn so that the wheel of the sulky struck her on the' hip; The;siilky got a ?''shock,' and-the Jay brothers were thrown out. The shafts wero broken and the vehicle otherwise dam aged, but the. travellers got 'off with a fright. Th'ey walked' to Roll ingei'. Hqhils,- bor'rowed'h sulky from 'Mr. T. A', liarrett; and went oil to the cricket match. Returning' nfc niiiht they managed to drive home in I lie sulky, after' improvising a pair of shafts and other wise rcpMing the' vehicle. . .'On Monday Master Ri'chard Gdulding was ilriving MV. A. 12. Jay's four-horse Van,- laden with - goods, along the Boh- ra road near Mr. John; Jay's residence, when a iStump was' nrii against...

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OUR PARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

; . dUR PARKS. . .v.. OUT Of tlie £55 .granted for park? .in- tiijs portion .of thO:l!alcigh electorate, (Iclliiigfin receives £20., The trustees, Messrs. i'\ T. Matthews, S. J. Pigg'ott, FJ. .McCrjstal,. arid Bi. yVntsoii, intend to spend tliu . money lit bnce,' wheti' ayifij^ble, upon s.nnc nccessjivy. improvements. ? -Oiir park, is already, a c.rcilit to the town, arid is more up-to-date tllan. most parks, even in larger to\yns. . I'he. money grllnted yearly hps .^ecn well laid out^mid the public have to thank. the trustees', especi al'y Messrs. Matthews anil I'l-jsrotr; [for the 'manner in which they have earned out their trust. - ? - ' ' ,s

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