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BOWRA PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

BOWRA PUBLIC WORKS. Our Bowra correspondent writes: — The secretary of the Progress Committee has been informed that the sum of £1500 has been granted for the building of a Courthouse and police quartets at Bowra, and that it is prob able the plans and specifications will be uiady in about three weeks ; also, that £ii00 has been granted for a bridge over Sullivan's rVbol- n„,l )Wf Ih,. nil!...... I ? written to with reference to the bluil at Sul livan's. It is to be presumed that now the money for the bridge is available no t ime will be lost- in having it elected and the new road made through Sullivan's paddock, so as t« get rid of the public menace in the shape of a road that the people have to use at present. We have heard nothing of the hand-i-ail fin Bowra bridge yet, but I am inclined to think the Progress Committee will keep the matter pretty warm until something is done to pro tect the lives of the travel Kng public.

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BOWRA COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

BOWRA COURTS. The monthly courts were hold at Bowrn on December 30, Messrs. Jas. Allan, W. Barry, and P. McHugii, Js.I'., presiding. A good deal of interest was centred iu an assault case, D. Brouggy, sen., v. D. Sweeney. Mr. Hrouggy ir- Mr. Sweeney's landlord, and it was alleged that lie entered Sweeney's house without being invited, whereupon au altur cation took place, and Sweeney quietly hinted tbnt he had better make himself scarce. Broilggy declined to do so, and Sweunuy forcibly ejected him, hence tile assatil t ease, which, after a good deal of amusing evidence, was dismissed. In tho case of Sarah Ann McKay v. Petersen, support of an illegitimate child, defendant asked tor a postponement for one month, which was granted. Mr. McKenzie appeared for plaintiff. Several Small Debts casus were alBO disposed of.

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CHRISTMAS EVE AT MACKSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

CHRISTMAS EVE AT MACKSVILLE. Thames to the untiling e/Toi-ts of those who had the arrangements in hand, the annual 'Christmas Tree ' and concert, which took place in Ainsworth's Hall. Macksville, 0 i Christmas Eve, was a pronounced success. The attendauce numbered fyllv 300, and oyer £9 was taken at, the dooi:. The followiiVg' programme was nicely rendered Pianoforte duet, Misses Quayle ; chorus, ' Waves of the .Ocean,' children ; song, '? ICileun Allunah,' Miss May Hall ; vocal duct, ' Friendship,' Misses Patterson nnd Craig; piaimfoi te solo, Silvery Waves,' Mis* Tilly McKay ; so ig. ' Bother the Men,' Miss Clara Hall (enrol ed) : recitation. Master J. Done ; song. ' Juanila.' Misa Ainsworth ; children's ehorus. '? Rock a-bye Baby,' Missetj Beaton, Quayle. Done. Willis, Ezolil, and McFadyen ; song, ?' Jeanett and Jenott,' Miss flitchenB ; ' Mntsv Waltz ' (piano). Miss Willis; song, 'True to the Last.' M r.~- Hitehcns \ song, ' Rememberjiie no More.' Miss fatterson ;song, '? Champa...

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SAD DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

SAD DEATH . Mrs. O'Connor, wifeof Mr. Denis O'Con nor, of Missabotti, died at 2 a.m. on Sunday list,, under very sad and painful circumstances. Sirs. O'Connor was the oldest daughter of Mr . lohn Mo-°, of Missabotti, and was very popular, being -held in high esteem by the i many whp.knew her. Deceased was married to Mr. O'Connor iu February last, and the | illness which .ended her Youthful life was the result of the birth of -a child, the latter also dying. Mr. O'Connor was 'attended, during her illness, by Mr. and Mis. Hicks ; and the Rev. Father Ahern, who twice went from Bellingen to visit her, administered the last sacred rights of the Catholic Church. The death of Mrs. O'Connor, under such sad cir cumstances, 'aroused n universal feeling of sympathy, and the funcriii, which took plaee at Bowra on Sunday, was the largest, ever seen at that place. After a p^l|mfi Berweo-in the R.C. Church, the remains were Jaid to rest in . the. R.C. burial ground, the Rev. Father Ahern officiati...

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Local Interest. DIPHTHERIA AT FERNMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

Local Interest. DIPHTHERIA AT FgRNMOUNT. Dli. ZIEHI/KK' reported to tho police 'last Weelc that a child of Mif. R. 9. McDougnll a!nd it son of Mrs.- Rosaf, b'o'th of Fernmount, were suffering from diphtheria, l'oth enneo are under the care of the doctor, who lias no fear of any serious consequences.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

The efforts made to place the week from Christmas Day, 1807, to January 2, 1898, far ahead of every preceding period experienced in the Bellinger district, were crowned with success, notwithstanding the lachrymose state of the weather. That the rain did militate much against the great carnival arranged, we feel sure no one will deny. And recognising this, is there an imagination vivid enough to pourtray what that week would have shown us had the elements been entirely in otir favor ? Not to put too fine a point on it, the result was immense under the circumstances. For any one who was not languishing after the ethereal, and all who remember the mistakes .so common to human action, there was ample and tn spare of enjoyment.- It would be too much to assert that all were satisfied. There are very many persons iu this wicked world who would not.be satisfied with anything less than a chorus of angels or a blast from the trumpets of the ' gi;eat white crowd.' We feel.sure they wbuld relis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

Wonderful Results attained by Loasby's l/Vahoo in a Case of Acute Indigestion. Curtin'B Buildings, off Kent-street, Sydney, ? October 25, 1897. To tho Manager, Loasby's Wahoo Mfg. Co. Ltd. Dear Sir,— I think everyone should know the value of Loasby's ''Wahoo,' and you have my permission to publish the following facts. For some time I was prostrated with a sharp piercing pain in the chest and back, just be tween the shoulders. I was afraid to eat, and found it impossible to sleep. Small hard, lumps appeared all over my cheat. Sty stomach was much distended, and I was a victim to constipation. A doctor whom I consulted was unable to help uic, and it was not till I had procured 'Wahoo' that I -got relief. Three doses relieval the pain, and in two weeka I was quite curcd. I really believe ' Wahoo' has prolonged my life. — YViiiib sin cerely, Mas. M. A. Git a nt. LOASBY'S ' WAHOO,' price from all Chemists and Storekeepers, tr post free from Loasby's ' Wahoo' Mfg. Co., Ltd., 171 Kent stre...

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BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

BUTTER FACTORY. , Mit. George Bark, who contemplates starting a butter factory at Bellingen, has requested us to state that he will be here next week, and, if the farmers are still of thcBamo opinion then us they were on the occasion of his last visit, and there is no hitch about the building, he will have the machiuery here in time to make a start in April. Those who propose supporting the factory should bco about sowing sorghum, rape, etc., for winter feed. ..

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BELLINGER HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

BELLINGER HEADS. Brilliant and 'soul-satisfying though | - the -efforts of tiie i Bellingen am] Fern mount patriots must have been to those thirsting after a glorious time, wlreii Bellinger Heads took charge of :i Hairs' the others took a back scat. For tlioro. . was sufficient heaped up, so to speak,, to s.uisiy me traditional nangnter -n iiir. horse-lecch, and compel her to relinquish ?her cry for ' More, more.' Urunga is. essentially patriotic, frorii the oldest in-: habitant to the youngest prattling babe, and if they ennnot play cricket or divers other mysterious gamos well - enough to challenge the universe-, t, hey are perfectly at homo; in calculating that within their. - boundaries' t hey . hayo, zeal eiiougli'to cause, i.heisun.to'standstillover.tlic.liai'boi'/n)d.' the wdon, -i voir! tliejdrecl-gd; and silt ]Vu nips-J Sometimes '.tliey- fjilliin.^r.very/riirelyitlmy.' fafbbnt.' GnptainirJladclilTo 1 arraiigtJd.^a el'jeket lnateh fijL-^Thursda'y^Bandsuieii.' v-.j Bellinger...

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NEVER NEVER SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

Wever never school. Mit. K. R. Davis, who has been in charge of the Never Never provisional school for-the past year or so, has been transferred to n school on the Clarence River. Miss A. G.; Watt, for five and a half years pupil teacher ? at the public school, Bellingen, has been appoiuted to Never Never.

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FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. ? ' ckAP^l'ER XXIII. The day passed, nnd Marjorie did not appear. Tlie rector's anxiety, his agony was terrible. He questioned Miss Ran some, hnt she! only said that Miss Stirling seemed to be (lazed and be wildered. She' had not spoken for hour3. But she fully realised that her love drenni was a mere illusion, that she hnd peopled her World with unreal beings, that her heart Was broken, nnd she had no other wish than to die. ****** ** Tlio fiiiicr|.ai rnrt*-/Tj- llio wefllfcll of ?'lowers, the passing bell, were but a memory. The late doctor's'nephew and heir, Mr. Frank Frean, was at Glencott. He tvas in the study with Mr; Towns end, giving vent to his irritability in oonrse language. He was u full, military looking man, of middle aga — loud voiced, gross, and slangy. Still his anger was not very deep-seated. There Was 110 will, and he took possession without doubt or dispute. This was extremely gratifying to Mr. Frank Frean, whose iinpeeuniosity had been noto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

koto TO OBTAifi Jt'. «ib D'iV'al'l' iyou'i; -*!0i4:3iti':-Uiit& fH:'. .Kills' dlI])--'i?tores;';N;lnAuecai.Heafls,akj-|':iIi.i;J;ki;iij.'er'. Ijflfcadgjn-:- . JtuM 6-S ' !-i|: | AVING been:*iipp6inted -surgeon to the n Beacoji- (jatc rt'av^fju'A mine. Upper Buoea, will answer' p'rot'essional calls :t'ronl'.:tho-6Hrr.oimiliiigrtliBtrj«ts-: „J3i:i.;fS|^^ ?will-payH.-pei.ioiliual ;-,xi.s.its ;i(i; fclni.-.wtiijioil^: ? eentreSi,-luq.:notiii.,Q'';'.,f wJiicliiift';ij)r;.l)0(./(jj)-65i( , ?Diiless absent on special .?y*i,rh'.tho.;IiWvti}a; .\viUt bd fouifcfciitljoinp.fyer.v atitjerpooy ^nii.c vp/iing.. TXTI liti A:M j¥U-3 H .? VV;'* Hof'pl .^0 supplv \\\& b^st' aOtpmftodaliiittyaiiVPj^/hc .best AIesV;\\MiVt'^,'anVl S|)'ii'i(s'. ' -jjeen thoroughly, .reniiVKt^if/'aiM ' c*Vf &Yo rii 6r s :cf(n rely oii q U i i n i i i (i ft (i ^ 'a A 1 1 - hY t ci it { i ni V : 'Gpo(l Stablj&i^t'cr'0-^ ' l,k* ? J ; f 5-' -\ : , . l;.V* ? ^rG^Ntu'or. rp-H'B. fbo'winj}: Agents...

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

Echoes. President Kkugeii hna declined- to enfranchise men in the Traiisvaal Re public who were married either ill Eng- . land or Germany. * ? * * * *??* * * A kike which was closely followed by an earthquake has destroyed 800 houses ? at Hayti. Three thousand persons have been rendered homeless. ******** Auoot 20 deaths have been caused in South Australia by tho excessive heat, and the death rate in public institutions has increased at an alarming rate. * * * * *. * * *. As tho total eclipse of tho sun coin cides with the date of the Chinese New Year, the Chinese Emperor has issued an edict cancelling the usual ceremonies with a view to appease his heavenly brother. ***** *** Last weeic a house in Dixie-street, ? Bethnal Green, London, was destroyed by fire. Tho inmates, Mrs. Jarvis and nine children, wero burned to death. The same day the father died from consump tion iu a hospital. * * * * * * * * Don't eternally tell how much better your goods are than tho goods of others. Don't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

? ? — — ? ? ? I ? I . B ' A MERRY XMAS ' ? ? ? AND rc 'HAPPY NEW YEAR.' CO - = m , 3Z3G3 OS iwiiy . . . ^ F. T. MATTHEWS &Z Bui 'FT A® much - pleasure in announcing that he IL.MjJIiiMirol -1-_L has received big additions of Stock in , every department to meet the requireuients of ? ? ._ . ~. the coming Festive Season. aL 1 ? : — The Grocery Department, ..mn Which is of special interest to nil good house- wwnuaMiJug ^i'iiIT wives at Christmastide, has had special atten- '''ii' |MTII ? . tion. . SSSSJJJz** Currants . Prime New F nuts . ,JM lumiaBg. Eleme lJaisins rSultana Raisins '.f Muscatel Raisins. : Lemon. Peel Orange 'Peol^ Citron Peel Almonds Walnuts. ? Barcelona Nuts ? ? Figs ; ? Dates Dried, Fruits Spices- ...Essences All of tlie Best Quality and at Low Prices. I ____n ? ' 11 1 The Drapery Department. p'T'| Several shipments -of Fashionable and Useful Drapery have just been opened, containing many cS novelties, and cheap'and- pretty goods in -i 1 1. Parasols '' ' j Fan...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 7 January 1898

r ' December 27, at the ''?-.y : tejivdeudtt (M the liriile'a parents, Reltin rLulmti ? Davis/ of Bellinger '..'Heads,- :-to \ ilarj Queensland, fourth H^n'ey DEATH.   HANLEY. — On December 11, at Iluka, Clar- ence River, William Hanley, brother to Mr. N. Hanley, of Bellinger Heads.   Aged 49 years.   IN MEMORIAM. REES. — In loving memory of my dear hus- band, William Rees, who (in company with Robert Argue) was killed by an accident, while engaged in mining at Nana Creek on January 5, 1894. Inserted by his sorrowing wife.

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Intersting Items [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

...Interesting, Items. . This Zoological .Gardens Sydney, wet e opened last Sunday, The iUlendance. totalled 7389, and established u t'eccrd. ******** '?--.Tiiu Amoricnn Sonate are discussing the question of the expenditure of six -million dollars on a' battleship and tor pedo boats. ? ******** Tub offer of the Transvaal Govern ''lncnt to :havc dispttlod questions: sttbmit- 'ted to arbitration has been refused ly Mr. Chamberlain. * * *-* *»* * *. A' disastrous; collision occurred last Friday'in the English ? Channel oil' the Isle of Wight, between the Atlantic liner Lepnnto and the s.s. Knight of St., George: The LepTiulo sank, but all on board were saved. ' * ? ? ?* -* ' * * -* * * ?* ' . Calu'oiinia's 'golden jiibilee is to be a six-day celebration instead /if the single day originally proposed.- The celebration ?'will commence on. Jamiary 24, and dur ing the week a series of magnificent pa geants. will-he, presented, v rn-.w. * * * ? * * A FuE.vcirsawtn/, M'. Louis ILaiclic, has ...

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CRICKET. BOWRA v. PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

CRICKET. BOWK A v. ' PIONEERS.' ' PliAYED at Howra last, Sat urdav. and won by the home team by one innings and 2!) 'runs. Scores : — ' ' ; - : ? liOWItA. G. Itichanlson, e.W. lirown, b Goo lwin.-,. 25 T., Dav. b A. McKay .. ... I J.- Dailey,.c Goodwin,.' b, A. McKay. 4-5 A...E. Capp, run out ? ... 0 L'. W.' Ballard, b A.,JIcIviy. . ..V.4 LV-SJuiHngton..b A. ilcKay;;.'..^ i'..' -/' -J -'WrHoffinniij c' -Keeleyii. b'ifiooti win!.' v.- ? 2, H. McIIugh, b A. McKay ... ??? ... 22 J. Gannon, b J; 13:- McKay: ? ? - ... II T. lIaloney,-not. out- ? Y ... 0 A. Goodwin, b J. E. McKay .;. ... 2 .Sundry .... . .... ..... 1 Total; ..... . l'owlinu' : Cook, 0 for 31 ; A. McKay, 5 for 24 ; Goodwin, 2 for 1G; J. E. McKay ;2 for 2. 'Pioneer— First- innings. : 15. Goodwin, b Kichardson... ... ... 0 W. McKay, c Day, b Richardson'.. , ... 0 W. Bra-llcy, e Kichur,lson,-b-Day ;.. 1 A. McKay, b llichardson ... ? ... . ... 2 W. Brown, not; out ... ... . .. , ... 5 J. ICceley, b Hiehai'dson ... ....... 3 ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

A morai e'ertriinty .that all ..the- cakes and plum puddings madefroin currantsand plums purchased from P. T. Matthews' will 'jju rich anil light.*'' . . ? ' , Certainly the best incdiciue known is Sander anil Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful' effects in. coitglis, colds, inlluchza— the, relief is instantaneous. In serious eases, .and accidents of. all kinds, bo they wounds, , burns,,' scaldiiigs,.: bruises, sprains, it is tlie safest, remedy— iio ihflTun ination. Like surprising effects, .prod need iii croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation o£ the lungs, swellings, etc.; diarrhwa, rlysentry, diseases of the kidneys antl urinary organs. ? In., use at' hospitals and medi&il clinics all over the globe patiomsed by his Majesty tlie King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma a International Exhibi tion, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others.* - ? A Bachelors' Ball 'VXTIIjIj be held in Harry's Assembly Hall, W j* Powra, on W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

AHAPPYlp/YEAR. HOW TO OBTAIN IT. BUY- all. your Goods jit A. le H. .blHs' :? Stores, Sambucea 4 lends and lioHi-n.L'er Refills. A-Fortime to be Made ? ? ?\-\TASll D it 01 it i i e\u locnl h 1 VYc, intelligent person (rf act as.oiirAgenf. No special kn.-nvlcdtre : required. and without, interfering with presents occupation'. -.An excellent opportunity ..tut; a eapaljlc vOU/i' man or lad vr Address— Morse Mniinfiicturin'- Company. a lied Lion GontlvLonilon. E.G. Dr 'Will C Sneece 'TZTAVINC been appoifi.^ .surgcoil t-? (lie sJLL .1! 1C.0 1 (late luvlorkaieward) mine. Upper liueca,, will . answ.ijij (jmle^lniml call* froin ?tli.e-JSiirrQiindin^ jJisUuit^. '.'J)r:'Speeec will pay periodical . visi.is :.to-. the .various ? centres', due. -notice. ot. \y.lncli.- wiH be given Unless absent.op special ,can. tlie I.Vicfor.wilI be found .it home everv nfte/'jioou anil evening Tlie Raleig'lih Hotel. ? _ - - — . .- -'. vi 'TXTILLL-YM'T'.USHELLfliaving taken the \ V- . Naleigh -Hotel at'H'Sfeigh....

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Suuday, January. 16 (2nd after, Epiphany) — Upper Orara, 11 a.m. — Rev. C. JH. Burgess. Upper Bucca, 3 p.m. — „ „ ? „ Coramia, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ ,; Tuesday, January 18 — Coff's Harbor Jetty, 7.30 p.m. — I lev. C. E. Burgess.

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