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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

Notice of Removal. HUGH KTKINNON AND CO, HAVK removed into those Premises lately occupied by Hill, Clark, and Co., at Sussex-street, where business will be carried on as usual.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

DEATH. Saul. — On January 17, 1898, at her residence, Gunnedali, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Joseph Saul (and fourth daughter of Mr. William Jarrett,of Bellingen). Aged 36 years and G months. IN MEMORIAM. THOMPSON. — In sad and loving memory of 'our dear little son, .Reginald Patrick, who died on February 8, 1897. Angel son, thou hast left us— ^ .i- Left.a world of pain and ca'io ; ? Gone to Heaven to be an angel And a erown of glory wear. Darling baby, mild and gentle, Pure and lovely as a' flower, i Thou from earth has early faded, i But to bloom in Eden's bower. | Inserted by his loving parents,- W. and S. Thompson, Nambucea Heads, IN MEMORIAM. 'Thompson.— In evei lasting .remembrance of .a:! our.dear'little brother, Reginnld Pat'ricki ? who died on February 8,1897.' ' - '' Dear little Pat, thou hast left us.; . , I . ?Thoivdost dwell with angels' now And a wreath of glory, pi iceless'' . Sparkles on. thy shining brow. In thy pure and painfui childhood, ?; ? Christ called 'Chi...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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BOWRA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

BOWRA NEWS. - [from OUR own correspondent.] ; The monthly meeting of the Bowra Progress Committee was held, in: the Assembly Hall on Saturday last. Mr. P. Ryaii occupied the chair.1 The: min- utes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the secretary read a quantity of conespondence, as follows :? ? RVnin- Mm P.ihlif- Wnrl-a TWai-lm-mit- i stating, that plans and specifications for^ bridge at Sullivan's are being prepared, and the work will be put in hand without delay; that the system of working the maintenance men is under consideration that a .special grant for extending ,the North Arm road is not considered neces sary,, b^t tjijit ,tlie extension of the road on 'schedule . w, ill: receive consideration when next year's .Estimates are being re vised : from Mr. ^Crouch, slating that the flood boat will be properly taken care of, and the mutter properly, attended to ; fron) the Post and '-- Telegraph Depart uisnt, stating that, should any applica tion- be made -to h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

Tiie howling phantasmagoria which is styled Parliament will soon be called to gether again for the ' transaction of bnsi ness ' as laid down by tlid wily Reid, beforo the general election. The Premier flitted hither and thither propounding his doctrine flippantly and sauvely, before he left for the federation orgie in Melbourne! and if ho accomplished nothing else his eilorts materially assisted in advancing the downfall of freetrade. His speeches during the recess have been full of hope for the future of humanity — poor, long suffering humanity. The good ho was to do, and the miracles he was going to perform, are still in the dim vista of the future. His speeches have always been full of life and hope — his actions are like Dead Sea fruit. A few years ago people wondered at this marvellous and unpre cedented phenomenon which had suddenly burst upon the world — this prophetic 'chap to save the country.' He attracted attention by the startling contrast he presented to the politician ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. TO THE EDJTOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

? THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. I TO TUB ''EDITOR' -OF TIIK ItAUJIOH SUN. ] I - Di3An Sin,— Will you kindly allow, me | space in -your valuable journal to; if pos-' | sible, clear away the dimness of- the mental I nision of, the individual who wrote he i, article:in the ^Northern : Courier, re the ! Bellinger Licensing Court. '' I- have not | go t the ti me, i f I : had the i n clin at io n , to I reply to all the remarks— foolish LmisrhM i- add: — -of-- -said article. -Well, , sir, as. I have the honor to be the church dignitary referred to, I. simply want to state, that as a Church we are a huge temperance society, and we believe that the whole drink traffic is wrong; and we wait not i for the help of publican, ex-publican, or I anyone else to oppose that which is wrong. So far as the company I am called on to: keep under 'such ? circumstances' is con cerned, better far to be.found in the com pany- of publicans-fightiiig-against wrong: than to be in their company helping on that which is wr...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

I Fill DA V, FEBRUARY 11, 1S9S.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

CRICKET^ ? , - :i.; ? ? ? A juatgh was playeil at Fernmount -on Saturday last, between : teams, -selected by . Messrs. A. G. McLaehlan and -V. Ei' Partridge, the reBult being a win for Mr- SIeLaelilan's .team, by 115 runs. on lhe:first-iiinings.: Fol lowing are. the scores:—. . .?,? . . - McLachlan'b Team. ?:??. E. Ellis; c J. H. Lovell, b Greer f:. ... 2 C. Atherfcoir, b Hamilton' ... ... 8 W. D. Higgins,' b Carney ... .v. ... 5 i J. G. Myers, c McGeary.'b Carney- 1 .-.10 A. England, b Partridge ... 25 G. England, b Greer 7 ... ... 24 J. J. Farrell; e J. H-. Lovell, '.b. Partridge.:. 50 A. G. McLaehlan, l.b.w., b Hamilton ... 15 A. K Ellis, run out v.:. .„ .;. J.0 \V. Karrie. e F. Lovell, b'McGeary ... 11 . I Higgins, not out ? 7 . Sundries' ... .... , ... 12 ? J i°. 1;:' iv;':/- ^11' Total ? 1 179 Partridge's Yeam. 'A. Tyson, b McLachlan; : ... ? ? ...: 1 ; J. H. Lovell, c and b McLaehlan... , ... 15. W. Jay. li.o.\v.,.b McLachlan ..: . . ... 5 H. W. Hamilton,- b:G. England -3. J....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

Interesting1 items. ' Thh tnriy courageous man does nut fol|cw the many because they are many, nor the few because they are few, nor a party because it is his own, but applies liis intelligence, his thought, and his best judgment to thequestion in hand, abiding by the result, until fresh lighf has opened' something better to his view. i * * * * * ?*;. . * * The masculine world is liow quite ac customed to the crossTsaddle'position as sumed by women on bikes, 'i ii' d thus it may be that the sidersaddle for horse riding is doomcd.-to pass awa j.^-Tlio fail riders iu California, ~nr~all- events, have made up their minds lipon ,£lle subject. As n preliminary they - ha\;o-fformcd a Cross-saddle Gliibj each member of which -pledges herself .to ride'^l^^rldUbl'ic in no other style., j They'holcl^lfat'it is the most sensible, 'i'conifortable,:,!and only ra tional position by which ajhorse can be properly, and ^'graec/ully 'rid'den; The difficulty as. to.costiiiue.is easily met by i the. ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

'? ? I ' ?? . ? ,t -. : i . ? _? ? - ... -n , ?? . JOY FOR EVER ! J ' - ;; ? ? ? J- ? 1-^ ? ^ ?? WHAT? THE FACT THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE DRAPERY GROCERY, IRONMONGERY FANCY GOODS AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANT AT F. T. MATTHEWS' -BELIINGEN STORE, BELLTOGEN, TO- .BETTER ADVANTAGE TH ATS AT ANY OTHER STORE IN IHt EAIEIJOH ELEGTORATE. t b: e LENTEN * SEASON HAS NOT BEEN FORGOTTEN BY F. T. M, WHO HAS .JUST ItBCEiyiJD ;;'r; : 2 TONS 2 EXCELLENT FISH. Send in Orders ;Ea:riy to prevent Disappointment. ?i For Sale, . v OR to Let on an rmpinving Lease, 'CJ.P- ' No. S0-21. poition 10, area 202 aiti-iM, county of llnbigli, and parish of JJissabot-tf. Kurther paiticulais upon application to I-\ A. MARAUN. U.S. and A. liank, Ltd., ? West Kempsey. Athletic Sports. AJIEIOTJNG for the purpnse-of eon siilering the iul-visability of hokling a day's sports in Fernmount on St. Patrick's - Day will .be held at the Imperial : Hotel, Kern-mount-, on Saturday. February 12. at 8 p.m. ? - _____ . A. If LACK. Farmers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

All the requisites of a -first-elass Hotel at moderate charge at Kgan's West Kempsey Hotel * ' ? ltocT.: J. .Smith, butcher, is la ca»li .pur eliassi' of pigs -aud. cattle,, tats. or. stcues, jd large or small. lots.* ???:-. -i' A moral certainty that all the- cukes ami pi n in puddings madefrom cm rantsand plums purchased from F. T. MATTHEWS':will be rich and light,.* : . s . . - 1 ? :v. : Certainly the: best medicine ' known- is Sander and Sons' Eucalypti-Extract.: .Test its eminently powerful effects : in coughs, colds, influenza— the relief - is instantaneous; In serious cases.:, anil accidents of all . kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldinga, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-^ no inflam mation. Like surprising effects- .produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis; . inflammation of the ? lungs, swellings, etc. ; .. diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. . In use - ar. hospitals . and , -medical clinics all over the globe ;? patronised: by his Ma...

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DEATH OF MR. T. F. CLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 February 1898

DEATH OF MR. T. F. CLOUGH. The Nambucca was thrown into a state of mourning on Saturday last, when the news of the death of Mr. Thomas Francis Clough was made known. Mr. Clough had been suffering for some months past, but up to   very recently his case was not considered hopeless. He went to Sydney about six weeks ago, to obtain the best medical aid possible, but returned a month later with the sad knowledge that his days were numbered. On Wednesday week the Rev. Father Ahern paid his last visit to the sick man, and admistercd the solemn rites of the Roman Catholic   Church. Early on Saturday morning Mr.   Clough had passed over to the vast majority. The cause of death was enlargement and growth on the liver. The deceased was 41 years of age, and a native of the Macleay. He had, however been a resident of the Nam- bucca for over 30 years, where he was es- teemed as an upright, hardworking man. He leaves a widow (daughter of Mr. John O'Hal- lora...

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RAISING COFFEE PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

RAISING COFFEE PLANTS. Mr. Jackson, Experimental Farm, Lismore, says, — In forming a seed-bed for coffee plants the soil should be rich' and thoroughly worked to a depth of at least 18 inches ; the bed should be thrown; up somewhat,, and for situation' a mode rately sloping piece of loud is preferable: ( j.iiu ai'uu siimiwu uu duwit u input's ttpuri in rows, and 6 inches between the rows; .the.seed should. be:dropped flat sidedown vwrds'7— dep.th. '2V,inch'es. ' Th'e;;seed-bed ' should be shaded, aiul it is ; necessary to water the bed every evening, ';dufing a drjri time. J' This should be , done with a fineS rose ito the syringe, or water-can. or lio'sei. As the seedlings develop the shading should be gradually removed, so that they become hardened to the sun's rays. The seedlings should be transplanted about the commencement of your rainy season. The area to be planted should have been : thoroughly well ploughed, harrowed, and cross-ploughed, arid again harrowed. The plants shoul...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

Interesting' Items. In a village near Brussels, a farmer's '\yife gave birth to a child weighing over 211b's.., which Ss declared by experts to be the heaviest known. * f: * * *. * # * The Mayor .'of Camperdown says there is neither a doctor nor ah undertaker in his borough. The absence of a doctor perhaps 'accounts for ithere being' no'un dertn'ker. ' : , ' ' ' ?* *. . * * . * * * * ? T(wb 'Minister lor'1/itbor, Mr. Garrard, who has just' visited the' Bogan scrnb cutters, states that the men are earning over 6s. per day. One'of them lias paid all expenses, and saved. £70. - * * . J * * * . * * * Goloong can put rip a record for women . laborers. It has one a stone breaker, two who take n turn with pick in the mine, two or three wood-chopping and carting, and half-a-dozen who follow the plough. * . * * * * * * Oivino to the almost total'destruction of the small fruit crops in Victoria and Tasmania through the heat, drought, and bush fires, jam manufacturers say they are reluctantly ...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

Political. The New ijbnth .Wales Pppositiiqi (a ays tho Bulletin ) has no policy, but is having one manufactured 'tor it by its: enemies. * * * * ***?,* Sin Hioou Nei.sqn tliiuka ? Unit the i people of New Soutli Wales are no more - icnthnsiastio about federation ttlifin ..then people of Queensland. A ,* * * * * * .* * j ;Says the R.R. Express, —Mr. Pyers -1 might have consulted Ins constituents .before offering his .seat ito Mr. Barton. Country constituencies ithat have aeeept .0(1 such A' big guns'' :.as Toby Barton .have generally regretted their choice. .Fortunately, Barton didn't take on. # * * * * * .# * The Orange Leader says, — 'System- :?.- atic organisation is the art of politics. Ten of the strongest men should be ? .picked out to oppose the present Minis i tcrs, and the leader of the Opposition is the proper man to oppose the present Premier.' Friend Goodgy lias got 'em :bad. .******** The social problem is not how to ad just ' the respective claims of capital } and labo...

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

Sunlight Flashes. . Through the Wire. - Sydney, Wednesday.1 During the hearing of an application in the Probate Court for a commission on a' portion of the estate of the late Afin de Phillips-Hall, widow, late of Sydney, it was stated that bank- noteS to' . tho', value of £3700 hai'l been found on the premises tenanted by tho deceased. ' A heavy flood in the Neoean River ba} burst the cataract dam at the head of the Sydney water supply, and prac tically the whole work has been swept away. Torrents of watev came' over the dam to the height of 16 feet. Addi tional reports are to hand as to the . se verity of the recent gale by the arrival of each successive vessel that encountered its full force. The oldest seaman state that it was one of the worst storms they ever Witnessed. Several bodies lrave been washed ashore at Bulli from the recent wrecks. Victoria beat South Australia by 26 runs. Tho battleship Victorious en route to China, has gone ashore at Port Said... .China has offered E...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

Interesting: Items. The man who is really doing a great work is seldom conscious of the size of . the job. * ? ♦ * * * * * * V The. Bunk of, England is not the oldest bank in London. Snow's, -Hoare's, and Child's were all started before it. # * * * * * *? * The- King of Greece, when conversing with- the members of his family, never employs any but the English language, i . * * * * * * * . * : At Mahonga,. near Urana, a settler named Jackson has been killed by the sides of a well he:was sinking falling iu on him. ./. * - * * * * * * * t When = the British warships, lately sent, arrive in Chinese waters, Great Britain's naval strength will exceed that ! of the Russian and French fleets com bined by 25,000 Ions. # *. * * * * # * ? 'An excited mob has paraded the streets of Paris, and ransacked several of the shops occupied by Jews. A strong re volutionary spirit is apparent, and great military precautions are being taken. ******** The estimate made by Mr. Coghlan of the population of t...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, February 20 — I North Arm, 11 a.m. — Rev. T. D. Evans, i Barricton, 3.30 p.m. — „ „ „ Bellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m.— . „ „ Upper Taylor's Arm, 10 a.m. — Rev. W. H. Marshall. Central Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Rev. W. H. Marshall. MacTcsville, 7.30 p.m. — ItQv.W.II.Marshall.

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THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

THE MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. Messrs. John See and Co-, report, — Prime old maize 3s., new river 2s. 9d* to 2s. 10d., weevily 2s. 8d. to 2s. 9d. ; potatoes, 5s. to 6s. ; pigs, 4d. to 5d., good 'demand. Messrs. Hill, Clark, and Co. report, — Fat pigs— prime quality porkers have been in excellent demand this- week,- and have realised exceedingly good prices ; baconers ha-ve fluctuated- in prices, and there is u- tendency to weakness -for' tiie prime'st sorts, while medium lols were lower. We quote extra prime iveighty pigs from 56s. to 70s., prime weighty baconers 47s. to 52s., good heavy 45s. to 48s., good 38s. to 44s., light 30s. to -15s., best heavy porkers 27s. to 80s., good -24s.- to 26s.,- lighter . 20s; to 28s., others from 18s. to 19s. We have sold over 400. '. v mi. „ /-« ? L . _ . /n ?» .me ooiun uoasc ana West (Jamden Co-operative Co. report,— Tho rough weather prevailing along the coast during the past week has checked the supply of fat pigs, : and all classes offered hav...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

CHURCH OF ENOLAND. , Sunday, February 20 (Quinquagesima) — ,. Coff's Harbor Jetty, 10.30 a.m. Upper Bucca (fiaptdin Craws'), 3.30 p.m. ' Coramba{McGauraris Hall), 7.30 p.m.

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PUBLIC MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 February 1898

PUBLIC MEETING/ . The meeting convened for last Wed nesday evening ill the School of Arts, Bollingeiv, - to consider matters of public interest, was considerably hampered, us fur as attendance was concerned,' by the threatening aspect of the weather. The number present wns limited, but most enthusiastic. ill .- Ii' T Vf _T P' ' nVmimlnrl the chair, and 'opened the meeting l-y rending the advertisement calling it. -Ho thought that public movements had fall en into a state of coma, or else that wo i had obtained all our wants. -The matter i of the cutting round Marx HiH 'wiis oiie tliat interested us all, and ho was sure that proper representation would result in the inconvenience being overcome. A survey had recently ^been made of a road round. ? The want of a daily mail, was accentuated more and more every day, and he- thought our claim would receive favorable eonsideration. Tlie erection of a post and telegraph office at Bellingen had been proinised^aud it-was our duty to see that ...

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