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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
Brief Mention. South Australia beat New South Wales by 2!)r- runs. Tenders close on Monday ne.-t for two mote road contriictii. Amended regulations in regard to telegraph money orders have been issued. A shipment of 100,000 bushels of wheat is td be sent from Victoria to London. . John Whitton, late Enginecr-in-chicf of Railways, died last Sunday, aged 79. /Mr. Geo. McCann is making good progress with his contract on the East Bank Orara road; The recent concert and ball at Coramba in aid of the lt;C. Church at Karangi netted £10. W. 11. ibbitson lowest, tenderer for erec tion of court-house and lockdp at DoWra at JSloGO.^' ' ?. - All the requisites of a flrst-claSi! Hotel at moderate charge at Egan's West Kempsey Hotel.*. . air. W. H. Gierke announces his intention of commencing business as a butcher at Raleigh. A famous American advertiser says — ' Fre quent and constant advertising brought me all I own.' The programme appears this issue of the athletic sports to be held at Belling...
THE MOTHER COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
THE MOTHER COUNTRY. Mr. IitJGliNE F. Rudder writes as follows, — To the editor, Raleigh sun*. Sir, — In reading your leader of the 18th instant, the following sentence arrested my attention : ' If we are t.o be drawn into the wars of the mother country the sooner we leave her the better.' It is fortunate that in giving voice to such a sentiment it does not follow that you speak for Australians, or for the commun ity you aro identified with. Ami I venture to hope that m committing yourself to the bare statement I quote you were dealing .wholly with the commercial aspect of the .question, anil that the sentiment it involves was quite forgotten. The proudest boast an Australian can make is that he is a Briton, nnil if there are exceptions in whom that sentiment does not prevail, the cause is gene- ? rally. ilue to prejudice or ignorance of histor ical facts.- 'it is a question of debatable policy and national sentiment as', to whether it would be wise or not to leave the mother country...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF RELIABLE AND AUTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. . AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. ' ''.v- v . ' BUT DON'T TAKE OUR^WORD FOR IT, H A fi LS FURNISH more HOUSES in one week-] thaiV'aiiy . -other furniture; doaldrs do in one .'mouth — very safe guarantee of the excellent finish of HALL'S Goods mid their LOW PRICES; ' H A L LS FURNI!3 II a S-room COTTAG E, sitting-room, kitchen,-: and bedroom, for £10 93. Od. See our catalosruc, post free. ' ? :f - HALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE covered in rich Silk French Tapes try, .with. Plush Borders; a . good Sei-vieeahle Suite, £5 5s'. WALL'S BEDROOM SUITE; in Solid Polished Pine, viz., Wardrobe with glass doors and deep drawer. Dressing Table with jewel trays and swing glass, Marble-top Wash stand, Rail, and Chair, £6 7s. fid. HALL'S FINING ROOM SUlfEv viz., Spring-s'eated Couch/- pn ir comfortable:. Easy.1 Chairs; :and:_'set of pndded-baclc^ Chairs, ? covered' in American ;LieaU-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
; :STEA^; ;i;TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Route. Tlie .Geo. W./.^icoll; Line.; REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. ; ' The new. Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. .'rpHB s.s. Excelsior leaves Coffs Harbor '? 4- - Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., : -and leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. The -s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. Both steamers. liave .'cold storage of most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now 'givtn to the dairying industries throughout. the'Histrict. The'Excelsior is electric-lighted throughout, .and has superior accommodation ? J'or passengers. Steward and stewardess, aiid Indies' cabins and other state rooms on deck. Fares between Goff's Harbor and Sydney Cabin, single £l'-7s. (id.,' return £2 . 10s; Steerage £1. * . ? jFor furthei particiilars, apply Best's Hotel, ' Coffis I-Iarbor, or to GEO. -W. NICOLL, ? .... .;??? - :????'? Pacific ;YVliarf, Druitt-st., Sydney. Tlie North Coast STEAM » NAVIGATION « CO., 1 .ilMITED. rpHE ...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, February 27 — j flcllingcn, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. 11. Joyce. I Never Never,- 7.30 p.m. — Mr. It. Griffith, i North Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Sunday, March G — Jiellingen, 3 p.m. — Mr. li. Griffith. Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — Mr. li. Joyce. Bellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „ . „ Never Never, 7.30,p.m. — No 2 Band. Nana Glen, 7.30 p.m.— Supply. North Arm, 3 Mr. A. Palmer.
BOWRA BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
BOWRA BUTTER FACTORY. ' Oxe Interested' writes,— Since my last, I am sorry to say, we have had a split in the camp,! and, instead of having the' pleasure oE toHingyou that the Bowra cream ery is putting^thrpugh 250 gallons per. day, I have to.report'tliat the supply lms decreased to 150 gallons; and a further decrease is feared. The chief cause'of the trouble is the low price paid for mi jj^^ilivcBarr says he cannot give 'more, wliile the suppliers say it iloes not pay them to eartvtheir milk to the factory at tlie present price. During the month of January the highest price paid was 1 7-lGd. for a'3.7 test, ami the lowest 1 a- Kid. for a 3.2 test, jWitlv. the mills returned free of charge. Now, sirpcoiild you or any of your readers inform me whether this is the price paid by othei; factories ? If so, it is of no use grumbling at' Mr. Barr ; if so, there must be a screw loose somewhere. In a previous letter I stated that Mr. Barr had everything in good working order. . He has gone t...
YARNS. ?RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
YARNS. niour AWAY KltOM THE su.v.' , Evkrvonk who reads these articles' . will know that I am a protectionist ; but there aro so many kinds of protec tionists that perhaps it is just as well that I should explain. There is a wide' difference between the protectionist who would tax every imported article and the protectionist who would levy a tax only on those goods the like of which can well be produced and manufactured in the country levying the tax. The first is a revenue tarifRst, who would raise sufficient revenue fronrim'ports to'preveilt the necessity of resorting t6 direct tax ation. The second is a tariffist who would impose an import tax,- for the direct purpose of aiding and protecting his own producers and manufacturers', so that iu their struggles to develop tho re sources of their own country they abttll not be run out of their own markets by the more cheaply-raised products of other centres of population.- And that is why these people are called protection ists, and th...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
WEDDING. The ceremony of uniting ' two hearts that beat as one' -was performed on Tuesday last by the Rev. ,0. 15. Burgess, the contracting parties being Mr. Umesc H. H. Moody, eldest son of Mr. p.- Moody, of Upper South Arm, Bellingen, Miss Mary J. JS. Grace, eldest daughter ot'i Mr. Walter Grace, of Woodberry, near Bowra. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's parents, and at the appointed time there must have been nearly 100 relatives ami friendsof the parties present. The bride looked nice in a neat travelling dress, and was attended by her two sisters, Misses Annie and Kffie Grace, while Mr. W. Campbell acted as best man for the bridegroom. After the ceremony, the company sat down to a sumptuous breakfast, provided in Mrs. Grace's best style. Justice having been done in this department, tlie Bev. C. E. Burgess; who presided, proposed — ' Success, health, and happiness to Mr. and Mrs. Moody.'__ In doing so the rev. gentle man spoke of the many good qualities of ...
VISIT OF MR. J. L. THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
VISIT OF MR. J. L. THOMPSON. Mr. F. T. MatTiigws, J.l\, has been in formed, in reply to a lettcr'addressed by him to the Department- of Agriculture, that Mr. J. L. Thompson, Agricultural- Instructor, will visit the llellinger about, the third week in March, and w'll lecture at llellingen and Fernmount, on the following subjects, — ' Im proving pastures, laying down, grasses, etc.' ; j ' Silos and cnsilasie— winter feci! for dairv coivs'; Breeding, rearing, and feeding all kinds of dairy stock.' The exact dates have not yet been fixed, bi|t they will bennnounced in a future issue. The Namb'ucca and Orara farmeis should endeavor to obtain a visit from Mr. Thompson, whose lectures cannot fail to be instructive to dairymen.
LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
LECTURE. IN the Wesleyan Church, Bellingen, on Tuesday evening, Mr. F. t!. Steed, o£ the British nnd Foreign Bible Society, delivered a lecture entitled ' From the Gambling Table to the Pulpit.' Under that title, the lecturer gave a most interesting account of his own chequered career. . Owing to the wet weather, the attendance was rather limited, but those who were present thoroughly appreciated the lecture, which was both interesting and in structive. No charge was made for admis sion, but a collection was taken up, in aid of the funds of the Wesleyan Church.
SOCIAL AT BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
SOCIAL AT BOWRA. A coruespqndent writes under date Feb ruary 18 : — A -pleasant evening was spent at Barry's Hall, liowra, last Tuesdavj on the oc casion oE a farewell send-off to Mr. and Mrs. D. Sweeney. During the evening Mr. IS. Dalley, on behalf of the residents of Bowra, presented Mr. .Sweeney with an address, ami in a few pleasant remarks said men of Mr. a auiuijj wtmiu uc amiij uuysiMl m Bowra. Mr. Sweeney responded, and thanked the residents of Bowra for the kindness shown to him and his family that night. Miss' A. McCabe saug 'I was dreaming,' in truly professional style, and fairly brought down the house. A recitation was also given by the evergreen '.Sydney Jack.' ; Refreshments' were served during the evening nnd weredone ample justice to. The catering was in the liandB of Mr. J. Maloney. Splendid music was provided by that king of violinists; Mr. R. McKay. About twenty-five ladies .vcre present, and among them I noticed, — Miss Sweeney, Miss H. McCabe, Miss Connolly, Mi...
STOCK BOARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
STOCK BOARD ELECTION. Polling for the election of three large stock directors took place last Friday and re sulted as follows : — F. S. Hope, ICempsey 44, Wauchope 15, HeU lingen 2 ; total, 01. C. A, Hill, Kempsey 37, Wauchope 9, ISellin gen 3 ; total, 49. Jas. Landers, ICempsey 32, Wauchope id, Bellingen 2 ; total, 44. , L. Lindsay, Kempsey 25, Wauchope 11, Bel lingen 2 ; total,' 38. The first three were elected. l''or sheep di rectors the following gentlemen were elected — Messrs. J. B. Mclvor, W. D. Scott, Dr. Casement, R. Campbell, and G. Wilson.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
? ? - ?- The recent wigging of the soulful Chow has been the menus of awakening; in the breasts of our drawing-room warriors a desire to compel everyone bti t themselves to take ^ip arms,' and shoot the. first foreigner on sight. There has also been occasioned, in some quarters, a marvel lous upheaval of horse-sense m reference to the coastal defences. of this portion of the continent. And if the Bellinger doe3 not at once make application for a couple of 'howitzers and a few gieased-liglitiiing torpedoes, this place will be handed down to posterity as not having sufficient sjnse to come in out of the wet. After much consideration, it 1ms just been dis covered that the fortifications at the inouth of Port Jack'son are about all. we possess in- the -way of-such ornamenta-. tion. And we have been patiently wait ing- — ever- and anon ;shakiiig*-oiuv fists across , the water, and calling on some nation to come and tread oil the' tails Of our coats— till the ..fleet of the invader shall ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
.Certainly tlie. best medicine fcnowi; is Sander anil Sons' Eucalypti Extraot. Test) Jts eminently poworful effccts in coughs, colds, 'influenza — the relief js instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains', it is tlie safest remedy— no inflam mation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, etc.; dinrrlicea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneys nnd urinary organs. In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe ; patronised by his Majesty tho King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma ni International Exhibi tion, Amsterdam. ? Trust in this npproved article, and reject all others.*
ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
ANNUAL SHOW. -. WBare in receipt of a copy of the schedule of prizes for the 17th annual exhibition, to ? be held on March 30 and HI and April I next, .in connection with the Maeleay A. H. and I. Association. The pri2e list is excellently ar ranged, and bears evidence of. great care on the part of the committee. The Maeleay Argus is responsible for the get-up of the schedule, and it is a credit to the district us well as .to the oflice which issued it.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
CRICKET. The following team has bean chosen to represent Fernmount in tlie match against Bellingen to-morrow at Fernmounr, — Messrs. W. D. Higgins, W. Warren, J. McGeary, A. Tyson, C. 15. Partridge, H. Greer, E. Morris, It. MeDougall, A. Kaieliney, J. Gannon, and C. K. Thompson ;. J. MeDongall, N. Haker, and K. Tyson, emergencies..'' The following' players will represent lie)- . lingen at Fernmount. tormorro.w,— Messrs. G. S. Wriner, H, \V. (lamiltbri, K. Wliatsoii. W; Jay, G. VVills, A. G. Apsey, A. Pitman. W. A.i Johnston, H. P. Ual.v, 15. b\ Ofi-ouch, and G. J. Henderson; with S. J. Piggott emer gency. ? ? ? I WOOLGOOLGA V. LOWE Pi BUCCA. Played at Lower ltucca on February 12, and won by Woolgoolga, by nine wickets, tlie scores being, — Woolgoolga.— First Innings. A. I!. Wotlierspoon, c Lever, b Knight ... 11 J. Willett, b Plater. ? ? ... ...' ii G. Green, c Plater, b Knight ... ... (i K. Pullen, b Plater ... ... ... ... 5 A. VVatkins, c Blakeney, b Dnrr ...-, ... 4: Caldwell, b ...
ADVANCE BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
ADVANCE BELLINGER Mit. y. J. Piggott, the popular saddler of Bellingen, has found his business expanding so much that lie has been compelled to cn-- large his store, and make room for a display of his stock of saddlery, harness, boots, etc. The shop is a welcome addition to Hyde street, anil the contract has been faithfully carried out by Mr. M. McKadyen.
FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898
FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXXVII. The tin wns n liiiuuto's silence. They could not see each other's faces, but Lady Rona's eyes glowed fiercely in the darkness. ' Let us suppose,' she said at length, ' That 1 refused to accede to your de mands. What would be your nlterna i:..„ o' . ' Yon dare not refuse !' Ccmyns re plied conteiiiptuously. ' But, my lady, is this not a waste of time — this aimless fencing? ..Wo ure enemies — sworn foes — but I think I aui the better armed of tlie two. I cannot disguise the fact that 1 detest you, and it is entirely your own fault. I glory in uiy power over you, but, for my own sake, I shall be cautious in my employment of that power. I have no- intention of wrecking my own happiness, unless your edifice topples down upon the ruins of mine ! Comply with tlie terms of uiy letter, and for the present I shall be satisfied. If you re fuse your ruin is complete, while I still have a chance.' He ended with a savage laugh, adding brutally, ' I am growin...