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FOR THE GOOD OF THE BELLINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

FOR THE GOOD OF THE BELLINGER. A iMiogiikss committee has been formed at Bellinger Heads, and tlie pretty village must materially benefit if its members work wisely together. At next Wednesday night's meeting rules are to be submitted for adoption or otherwise. . The Committee asks the Bel linger River Union and the Raleiglr Progress Committee to join with it in an effort to have better wharf accommodation at the Heads. 'It' Is .intended to Urge the improvement of the approaches, tho enlargement of the wharf, and the erection of a very much-needed boat approach. The Heads has been neglected in this direction up to the present,' but it is to be hoped that United efforts will succeed in bringing about satisfactory results. All bodies on the river should assist in the matter, ns the interests of the ' port' are identical with those of the whole district. The Bellinger River Union will' deal with these matters amongst others of equal importance on Friday night next, February 24. All mem...

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

: 'SAD DEATH;-. A SAD death occurrcd at Summer Island last Sunday,, as the after results of one of. those trivial accidentsvto n;hich little .'impor tance is generally attached; . Margaret O'Ncil. nged 11, but whose fine appearance would lend most people to believe she .was 3. or 4 years* older, 'was during Inst' week playing about with some children when slie got a emnll cnlinhnt* intn lim- frxn f. Mr rinrl ' \trc T. O'Neil, her parents, after drawing, ont the splinter, poulticed tlie wound and itrippeared to' be healing satisfactorily. : On Saturday last, about: -5va.m. the child complaineiii of pains in the lieek which got. worse, arid at 10 o'clock she took a fit whicli was rapidly suc ceeded by . others. ?-? Dr.: Ca&riie'nt was tele graphed for, -[but.; being in attendance on another scrions case coulil not get away:- -Dr.. Dbwe'\Vus them seiif for bnt'foitnd orif arrival that the patient Was too- far gone, hisopiiiion being cnilorsed by. Dr. Casement who arrived a few ...

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A STOLEN HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

A STOLEN HORSE; AT-Grafton-Police Court last week Joshua Oliver King-was charged with stealing a bay horse, the.ipioperly of Kiehanl , Hveringliiim pf. Kangaroo. preek^ In JJJo'Vgmbcr!. Hst. The ea'se was. adjourneif to Tuesday last. It. appears that Mr. 15vcrighain missed the horSe in November. A little later n stranger appeared; at., Coramba with a . horse which ..he wanted to sell as a harness' lip'rsp j .the animal smas'he-l'n trap, however,' arid the man rode nn'fcn till* Bollitllrnr. Ah Fprn'mminh ( linlm'i'on ' played up ' ngain in harness aiid a sale could npt;bo effected. At Bellingen tho nmn sold the horse- to Mr. Edgar JordrinV The horse was traded off by Mi-. Jordon to Mr. E. Griflin, who ran him at Hellingen races on Boxing Day, under the rta'riie-'df ' 'i'lie Spy.' The truth ...leaked out, howevcr,) nnd Mr., Jordan took tlip horse back and -handed him ? over to: his father. The stranger was arrested and was before Grafton Police Court .oil Tuesday, but'we have not hear...

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

district Wants-.- - Mb. McLaughlin, M.P., is informed,— (1.)' That the matter of erecting a new post and telegraph' office at Bo'wi'a will be repprtcil : upoft by .the iiispector when he next visits the district. ' (2.J That. the land^ around Little Nymboi and Bolio is to be o'peired for lioine stea'd s6I_ection,- as : this .'method of stCtlenVcrit IS riVore' 'dcsinible' than 'conditional pmuliiise. (3.) That the question of a special grant for Macleayr Hospital! #'f|l be cnnslilere'd when next 6'3tiniaffe are beiug considered.- ,

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

BELLINGEN' SPORTS'. AT the' Exchange' Hotel on Saturduy night there was a nttmefous attehda-n'cij'. A pro-' prtiirtme' of -'eVfeflts- foi* St'. Patrick's- Shy '-hi Bellingen Park was decided upon, and it ap pears- iti our advertising columns: It was dcci'dcd to lot tlie publiean's booth to Mr. J. E. ^yler, 'Sb'd. ttf lioKl the' sporfs in tilie piiVk, pei'riiissioif lia?mg been obtained from the trustees. A grand ball is to be held atmglit. ? The' sports promise to be .-r success'. — '*? ? ? ' ? - ;.

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

. Mr. W. T. ROSE 'DOES- N0T THINK, HE IS SORE. HE CANNOT PROPERLY PICTURE The Horrors of his Illness* The Case of Mr. William Thomas Rose ( From Che ' Nepe.nn ( Penrilh , JV.S. IF.) Times.') (ny OUK SPECIAL REPORTER.) A .report having .reached this office to tho .iRtast.vhat' Mr. \V. T. Roso, of High-street, I'en-ith, hnd some time sineo established iiimself in firm health by tho opportune use of u eertiiin remedy after suffering for a long time 'from a stubborn and dangerous illness, i»m- reportor called at Mr. Rose's bouse, ami iskcd him what ailed him some timo back. ? ?'?Well,' replied that gentleman, 'I was ailliuUd with A Terrible Nervous Complaint. . t came upon me when I was weakened, and ?iy constitution shattered by a long con iuuecl internal complaint. I caught cold vhen out on an all-night fishing excursion, iiul on returning home was seized with ? ;riiiing cramps at the bottom of the - toniiieh. While it lasted tlie pain was ..?imply excruciating. 1 w«3 bent double .vil...

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

Worth seeing. Tiie SiierU'00il-ifeG0u:an dompiiny will nppear in Moody's hall, l!ellirtgcnf to-night and to-morrow night (l''riday ai.il Salurday). The tllilj emotional, and popular dra'nin; ' East Lynne,' will bo staged to-niirht, arid as the company is at its best in this piece, there should bti a good house. 1'd-morro\V night '? Struck Oil' will be staged ; this is nicn,,,, nlrl .,..,1 nnnnlnr rtrnmnj nml H.n.r, u-l,n see it will not re{!fet the siriiill dost, of admis sion., -the eomprinj' has ,hden playing oil the Nrtilibticca and Lower Bellinger to crowded houses; The company .will '-return to Bowra and play ' Irish- Justice,' on. Monday hlgliti

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

Dentistry. MR.F.R GiNNELY, THE WELL-KNOWN DENTIST, MAY'be Consulted at the various towns 011 the Bellinger and Nambucca as follows, — .. .. .' .- MACKSVILIyH — Monday, February 20. FEItN MOUNT ^liluek's Jlinpeijaj Hotel) — ? I Wednesday and i hursday, February ^2 , and 23. - : ' :-. : . ' . ,1.. . .. HELLINGHN (Tyler's Exchange Hotel) — Fiid'ay and Saturday. February 24 and 25. Iil)» ItAVILLH . (Capp's. IJoyal Hotel) — ..-'.Monday, February 27. v, -Perfectly Painless IOxi ractions,'; by tlie aid of his new locnl.-ainustheljie, origas, etc. v. - A New Ainpstlietioj^-Whilst (iiaiiy dentjsts advertise that- they- exlrnct.-leWh painlessly, by the aid of aniusthelics applied locally, people-generally' curry away a' rather vivid recollcclio'u that the pain came in somewhere, but the new one which Sir. F. U. C. Annely, our resilient- dentist, has in.roduecd into his practice in Kempsey, is really wonderful; It is perfectly sat'Cj and has no objectionable after 1 effects whatever: There is'...

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

LICENSES GRANTED.- I At Rellingbri on Monday. Messrs. IT. A. Kva'iis (chairman) .ami Ii; Raymond. Js. I:., granted a. coach license , to Joliri I-atnck I'yrties. foi1 a coach between Macks'ville arid HeliirigeiV. A general hawker's liccnsc was graifted to' Ricliarif- (Joirl^ing, jun., and ped' Tars': licenses were' gfarited to Saida IWnplia.vcl and Mary .ISa'licre's, two- Syrian women; ' dn TueSilay lir. IT. A Evans, J.P. (chairman of the Licensing, Uencli) granted a booth license to 1 (f.- J. K. Tyler, for a publican's booth on Bellingen Park at the' athletic' sports on St. l'nt rick's Day iiext.

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

Sandeii ami Son's Kuoalvi'ti Exthact. AcconlinS' to reports of a crcat n umber of pliysieiaus of the highest ^professional stiuul injt, tliere^are: 'offered-, liuciilypii 'Kxtraets wliieli possesses no curative qualities. In protection of the 'world-wide fume of San der-, and -Son's':, preparation, we publish a feiv abstraets-froin these reports, which benr l'ully out that no reliance can be placed in other products Dr. W. B. , Itusli. Oakland, '.-Via;, writes :i'. It is sometimes dillicult . to'1, ohtnln -the 'genuine article (Sanduii and Sons'). , I'cmployed different, other preparations ; tliey jliad no iherapeutic value and no effects. In one ense the effects were similar to t lie oil campliol-a-, the objcctionalile aciion of which is well knowiii' Dr. II.. B. Drake, Portland, OreKOn'. says : ' Since I became acquainted i -wi t Ii tlnV preparation (Sandeu and Sons') 1 use no other form of eucalyptus, as I think it is by far the best.' Dr. T,. 1'. Preston, iljynehburg, Va., write...

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A LOVELY VALENTINE. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

A LOVELY VALENTINE. CHAPTER JX. . T ii e noiso' of the closing door re echoed with n hollow 'Sound nil through tliu dungeons; mid Sir -Basil caine.hnr rving buck — to find my lady . apparently ??cared aud breathless. , ' Whatever is tho -mailer.? - What's shut the door ?' ho ex'ekimed, in disf innv. ? ? ? * i -. I '/.Oh ! Basil;; IrhortU was: ay'atf rari'sby mo, and I was so*, terrified :; 1 tried to cot behind tho.doorj^and' it slammed to before 1 could stop it.' - .?...' That's rather a nuisance,' said Sir Basil, trying to speak carelessly, although there flushed , across.his mind a fear that this contretemps might turn out an un commonly - awkward .one for tlicin both: ?? The; key . was in the ? lock, ;on the outside, wasn't it ?' lie continued, .going u p to the door, ; and examining it; by the light of Ihe candle. V Yes ;*it was. Oh !? Basil, whatever ihall wo do?'' ' Well, I snpposo we shall have to stay here unlil- somebody, comes and' releases us. 1 1 . won't be very pleasan...

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FROM ARMIDALE tO DELLINGER & NAMBUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

FROM ARMIDALE fO BEL LINGER & NAMBUCCA. I'. V ill-. 't*-. CS £] ts K. ; i IV V J. .. OiHiraticwNews ot fc'ebruhry 3.] , tEAViNCfi Armidale ? until ?. the . Gny Fawkes district , is reached— a distance of :-1G miles'-r^thero . is nothing- about the corintry, ttfi attract special notice. The sorl ts ,p0'o'r:aud, lijjlif,- and grazing, com-: binediwith a little ,'mixed -farniiug^is the chief industry.' Owing ;to the drought al the. tim'e o'f my visit,-: both grass,- and uiupn r.nui.u in ii.vuijr: 1'uu j uiu con-' dition of : the stock-, wps miserable ;- and; bush fires and- clouds, of :, dust seemed to be' the' chief features of -the landscape. ? Oil reaching the Guy. Fawkes all this is changed. - The soil changes, abruptly into a rich, deep. volcanic, with .--u-.- basalt; formation,' and' grass is fairly green, and abundant,-' oveir in- this droughty season. Hero store-pig raising for, the northern rivers fo'rms a strong adjunct to grazing, tho white clover, which grows so; lt...

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OUR BAR HARBOR WORKS. NAMBUCCA RIVER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 February 1899

OUR BAR HARBOR ... WORKS. [Abridged from J/inisin'il.J . , NAM RUCGA RIVER WORKS.. M niMcLAuaiidN^continuiMg^Thc're are-, thousands -of people - w-lio? are'; 'sup- porled fniin the-riveri ! -I veiilure lVr siiy .that the value which; lias'been*sent!,fi-oni there far exceeds tho, value/ of thefmoiiey ] tho Governnipiit . spend ,v ^ thei-e.'f-!:This money, will nitt be'Spent iniiiiVdiately. It: has to he 'voted by,: the Ilous'e; and it may bo that when £10,000 or £20;000 has been spent- there will be no necessity' to; spend more; ; i ilie: nieniuers ot :tho ?;Pnl)lic- Works - Ooiiiniittee themselves consider it will he only necessary, to spend ; £-10,000 instead of £78,000; ..With the money which has already been ex pendod, wo find . that tliero is now a depth of 15 feet of water oi'i-the bar, whilst llie North Coast Company, which hnd a monopoly, ?is . now, meeting with' oppositionjiiiand: large.ocoan-going steamers are travelling, itg far as Macksville; Tt is one of the best rivers ...

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BOWRA CELEBRATIONS. THE NEW COURTHOUSE OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

BOWRA celebrations; I THK NEW COURT 110 USE OPENED'/ Thursday, February 9, will long be remenibdri'd by tho Upper Nnnibucca people as' a rod-lotter day -in the annals: of 111 Tho Bncera:' PropaVations^ had been going' on for somo Uimo for- cele brating tho opening of tho new .Court-' house and police quarters .in a. manner befitting the -. occasion, ? .For; yeurs' tho. Bo'wrn jieoplo-had: asked [or ' these build ings; and tho fact that the olfiiier^iVIi'. Constable^Reyiiohls^ aiid his- family .were; , living in a. rookery helped to inducetho residents to keep -tho agitation-, - alive. The untiring efforts of tluv Bowra Pro gress Committee, backed lip by the energy, and inlluenco of tlie inember for, the dis trict, '-Mr. John- McLaughlin,.. M.LV resulted in, the money being, placed: 011. the estimates a- couple- of years ago. Tenders- woro called about the beginning of last year,, and'the contract fell to Mr. -W. R. Ibbotson, of Goulburn, who has do-ne his work— and-: done it well — ...

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A LOVELY VALENTINE. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

A LOVELY VALENTINE. . CHAPTER IX. Never, tor 0.110 moment did Sir Basil driiun thnt this seemingly nrtless out burst of tenderness wns-not spontiincous, tliiit' sho had conned it over and over attain during tho- Inst few days, studying carefully every word and look. i 'L IIo iwas' a. good deal Jtonclicd; 'and ?assuredly5 lie would not 'have boon m'ortnl it he had not. possessed some atom of masenlino vanity '.eaifablo of- being- thrilled \iy tho evident, dopth. mill- . sincerity . of this b autifnl ' woman's- attachment to himsolf. - ?'- '?There ciiiiicinto l)is:;iniiicl a convte-, ' .lion that, he ougli t to , make, her :his . wife, i ' After she. had so'-openly confessed her love for hiui, he would be a mean, dis . Jionorablo cad: if ho failed to-do so; . He 'knciv quite yvell (lis love .for her ,- had; died a natural death long, ago,, and. . , he had a suspicion that' it :could never be bi ought to life agaii-. , , y It. might have been had 'he notfSccri JTora pi;ummond in the.li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

Sander and Son^s I-jucA.Lyi;ii Extract. According to reptjfts'pf a'^rea't .nuraber''pf' physieiaii3 pf^lhejiiglie^t {jrof^sij'n'nl'.stanil-! nigj there are'''p{terefl .Eiiealypti ' Extracts wbieli' possesses' 'noncurative qualities. Tn prbtectiori'oi'trie !worid-wide fame of S.AX-.' pBii\Ai\p ^^p'reparatipn w.e publish a feivi al^ti^^f^iS t)ii^'lrepQr^K!)is|)'^ir ful'y1 outlthaE lio'reljiihce can', be' placeil |in other prodLiits,:— .Br,' \V. B. Kush, Oakland, Fla., writes ',Il is sometimes difficult to obtain th'b ®enniVe:' artic!e' .(SA-'pEK and S0N3'j). I emp|dyed different '^ther'preparafions.V.Wiey ; ha|I'!iip t!iera:p'eitti(i value' JinVl -np^uects. ip '? 6tje'ease!th6 effeists .we're similar ,fo ,'tne oil! ciihipli6ra;ithe''otiecii(Jrialile .action' oJ which ; Is Jveir.kndw'n.!' ?' Dr. H.-.iv.' jl^rali'e, IJprtiaii|l, OregW^iays'! 'Sitiee .1 .became 'acquaipled with |thfs;prepara'tioin .(Sand.er' ai^D SOns') ;I'pte'.ii|- other .fortn of eiicaiyptus, as I think it'is.b'y .far ...

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CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. BELLINGER HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

CRICKET, | RELUNGEN .v. HELLING EB HEADS. A,T Bellingen 011 Saturday the pleads men i defeated Bellingen on the first! innings with one run to spare. Oiie book'alibwed a' tie q't ? first', but the error was apparently explained to' the satisfaction of both teamsl-' 3! he tTd'ad'g i batting first made (56, T. Bryden, \V. Mann, T. Atherton, and Farrell Ueiiifj the only men ? to show any form.' ' With such a seoft' to tape ' the grime looked a edrtainty for .llelliiigeri, ' but Uyei'S stumped three; and paralysfal the batsmen'. ' 'Hamilton alone made a'staiid, and ' kipt' the gate1'.' on his' own.' Hi made 46 ? oiit of 61 off' the bat, tlie other 10'batii ma& irtg lS'betn'een tiie'm. Iii the second innings the Visitors had lost five wikikets'Eor'iU, and it'otiirioolced lis if liellirigen woalil win after all. ' But; Tom' Ath'ertrtii, MJers, and Smith played'up 'inanfully, atid the total reached 125.'' Smith -played- well, and hit' out after he'got'set ih surprising st-yle. ' Yo...

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THE MACKSVILLE CASE. McKAY COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

, . '' ,';-S THE MACKSVIL.LE CASE; i'lcKAt committed' for trial. . ^At Mjicksvillc I'olice Court on Friday ltjst, February i7,.beforc' Mi-. W. Burton S.mith, P.M., the. charge against Angus t\lcKay was proceeded with. The accused was oii remand, oil bail from tlie previous Friday, when, lie was charged before Mr, \^.,Ezoldj J.P.,. with ' Breaking and entering t)ie lioiiso of Tho, mas James Rowq, nedi;, Maeksville, on the night of li'ebruary i), with intent to commit a felony.' Mi:. lilzold had a scat on the lieiicli on Friday last,' but did not adjudicate.' ? The court-room was crowded,' tlie case exciting much interest. ? Mr. Baker, Sub-inspector of Police at Kempsey, cpndu'ctc(t tin* case for the prosccntioii ;' and Mr. J. ,11.'. Marrack,' solicitor or Kempsey,' appeared for the defcnceJ , The following is ai summary of the lengthy evidence : Constable John Thomas Lawler, sta tioned at Macksyille.' deposed that about midnight on' Thursday,' February 9,' 'jfjipmn3 James Kowe came.t...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, February 26 — 7 Upper Taylor's Arm, 10- a.m. — Bc-r. W. II. Mars/hall. 3[aehsvdle,7.30 p.m. — Bev.\VJI.3Iarshall.

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 February 1899

Sunlight Flashes. I'jiitouan this wins. : ; Sydnhv, .^edjiesday. The special session of: pai'lhurieiit to deal with the federal bill w«j3 opened yesterday -by , .the Governor;' tt, great number of members and viaitjjrs being present. Tlie Governor's . speech plated Unit, a bill would be siibniitted to allow tlie amended federal proposals to be sub mitted to tho peopled No other busi ness was mentioned in the speech. . In speaking to a motion . for the adoption of tlie speech, Mr. Burton said lie would strongly urge the Parliament and people to accept the amended bijj,' believiiig it. to bo tlie, best possiblo com promise. He did not think Mr. Reid could have- obtained more concessions thnri he had at the Premiers' Conference. It was clearly tlie intention of the Con ference that t)io federal capital should bo in New South Wales,' and the Premiers would lie ye r depart from that compact. He said that in regard to whatever party measures might arise, lie, thought he should bo cjaxte r...

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