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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898

?^Wanted at Orice. WANTED, Teamsters to haul Logs in aiiy' quantity to the bank ot' either Arm (if tli; Bellinger, accessible to the Pontoons. For further particulars' apply to A. & H, '.ELLIS, , . lit'llinger Heads. . A Fortune to be Made. irT75AJ?.TBD at once, in every locality, iin VV-' inlelligeiit person to nct as our Agent. No special knowledge required, anil without interfering 'with present .occupation.- ? An excellent opportunity, for a-, capable young man or lady. Address— 5I6rse.'Manufacturing Company, 3'Itcd Lion CoiiRt^gndon, E.C. Br. Will. C. Sp:eece, HAVtNG-been appointed^surgeon to the t Beacbii (late 'l'aylor's 'Reward) mine, Upper. Bucca; will answers professional calls from -the snrroun (ling fiistricts.i'j' Dr. peece will. ..pay periodical visits.-.-to itlic various centres, ilue notice of which .'will be given Unless absenfron special-oa'l, the Doctor will be found at horiieevery afterrioon'-a'ud evening ?Tlie Raleigh- Hotel. 'TTTIT.T.t A*\T nitJlJUr t v...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898

? Echoes. A hew alluvial goldfield has been sur veyed 011 the Rockhainpton-Gladstone railway line. There are 50 men 011 the field. ********; Two ladies are included in the last list of legally qualified medical practitioners registered by tho New South Wales Medical Board. A tornado passed over Wellington last week and caused great destruction to property. Two inches of rain fell in five niinutes during the progress of tho ter rible storm. * * * * * * * * The Inverell Times announces the death of Mr. Tiios. Jardine, who at one time was lessee of a station 011 the Orara. Deceased, who reached tho age of 52, leaves a widow and largo family. * # * * * # * * Lord Salisbury has had a very nar row escape from injury. When entering Hatfield Park the iron gates were moved by the wind and wrecked the carriage. Lord Salisbury was buried in the debris, but fortunately escaped unhurt. ******** At the Wator Police Court, Sydney, last Friday, John Norton, editor of Truth, was charged with indecen...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898

:.r i,. ? .: ?? ' - A JOY FOR EVER l' WHAT? THE FACT THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE DRAPERY GROCERY IRONMONGERY FANCY GOODS AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANT A.T F. T. MATTHEWS' BELLINGEN STORE, BELLINGEN, TO BETTER ADVANTAGE THAN.:. AT ANY OTHER STORE IN THE RALEIGH ELECTORATE. T H E LENTEN * SEASON f ... HAS NOT ...BEEN FORGOTTEN BY. F. T. M, : . WHO HAS JUST RECEIVED 2 TONS 2 - OF EXCELLENT FISH. Send in. Orders. Early to Prevent. Disappointment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 February 1898

IN MEMORIAM. - O'Connor. — In sad but loving memory of our darling baby, Catherine Ruby, who died February 25, 1897 ; aged 10 months. Another little lamb is gone To dwell with Him who gave ; Another little darling one Is sheltered. in the grave.   God needed one more angel child . Amidst His shining band, And so he stooped with loving smile And clasped our darling's hand. Inserted by her loving parents, Maurice and Mary J. O'Connor, Macksville. The Raleigh Sun j ''3 ? j FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1898

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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. The twenty-fifth annual conference of the Wesleyan Church in New South Wales commenced its sessions in' the Centenary Hall, Sydney, on Tuesday, 22nd ultimo. The hall was filled in every part much beyond its seating ca pacity. The platform was filled with tho ex-presidents and officers of the confer ence. The Rev. James Woolnough, the retiring president, took the chair, and conducted the opening proceedings. - The secretary called the roll of members, when some 130 ministers and an equal number .of laymen answered to their names, after which the retiring president delivered his official address. After alluding to the .circumstances of his election a year ago, and the experiences of the year in tho office, he remarked : The year had been eventful as the completion of the 60th year of her Majesty's reign. All true British hearts rejoiced in the continued greatness and prestige of tho ' empire-, on which the sun never sets,' and all true Christian souls rejoiced tha...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

?Interesting ttems^' Stjm, watches of the night — Those that: linvCnin down. - - # * * * * ?* * * KnowijBdok is a dagger in the hands ; of tho wicked,, nnd a blessing . .in the hands of the wise and good. ? * , .* ' ?' 'For stealing from the shop of n. Chili- an nnok a niece of- fowl and nork of tho; value of Is. fSd., Constnbla Davidson, --1 jRendigo, .has licen- committed for trial. # * * -.- * * * * * A NiswtiY ronned Queensland political' party, the Progressive:- Reform. .Leaflrne,! has' adopted a: platform of seven planks., -Some of the plunks aro as weak .as cold ton nnd'iis clear as mud. ? - ? ? * ? * - '* ' *? * : * * * ?SrEAKiKo.at -Neweastle, recently, Mr. ?Slenth,' M.P., said he thought they had ?the ' freest system of Government under 'God's snu.' Unfortunately, it is too ; frce?for the welfare of the country. i .'. * - * *. * -.*'?* Federation, says Mr.- McMillan, means the sacrifice of the present fiscal; policy of New- South Wales. Then, for. Heaven's sake, hurry tip ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

THE LABOR PARTY. The latest development in political circles is what has been termed the split in the labor party. Those more directly ; concernod describe it as a secession;' Tho trouble has mainly, though not primarily, arisen over the late annual conference of H.n Pnl;i,V«l.' T.nlmi. '.n'l 'VT^.i. . castle. Offence has been taken in so cialistic circles at the attitude of that ; conference. There are said to- he-several grounds of complaint, but the two chief aro that the now platform, decided. upon at tho Newcastle conference is reaction- : ary instead of being, militant, and that the labor members now virtually control i tho exocntivo of Political Labor Leagne. Mr. J. S. T. McG'owen, M.P., leader of: tho labor party in the House, when seen by a representative of tha -Da/ly 1'ele ffraph, said he preferred to say. nothing on the subjoet. Having regard to the;; peculiar position in which ho was placed, ;! lie oxplained, it had been his policy for i somo years to maintain a discree...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

THE MARKETS. Sydney. Thursday. The Farmers' Co-operative Co.; Ltd., report : — Fat pigs market fairly iwell supplied ; competition very keen for prime* light baconers and light porkers,- these classes making quite 5d. per 'lb.:;; other sorts, 4^d. to 4?{d. ; stores- in short sup- : plies and increased demand, good lots ; selling well at- from 17s.- to 22s. ; : fab calvos market quiet, and prices 5s.- to 10s. per head ; sales have been satisfac tory all the week. Eggs, lid. dull;; maize, 3s. to 3s. 2d., firm.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

A NEW PLOUGH, An innovation, in the shape of an entirely new kind of plough, is being in troduced in the Gmidagui district (states the local paper), and, judging by the success' achisved by it elsewhere, it risv likely to creato considerable interest amonsrst farmers. The implement is ' The Spalding-Robbins steel-frame disc plough;' which lias been brought from America. The trials of the plough in Victoria have been very successful, severe, tests on exceedingly hard ground,' upon which ploughing by. ordinary means had been abandoned,- being most effectively, carried out. i A- trial given in a paddock that the owner could, not even scratch with double the or.linary horse-power . attached. to -a. mouldboard plough resulted in. the preparation of. excellent seed-bods, . the ground being cut and turned over to depth of six inches.: This was on- the ?: property of Mr. Burrows, one of tho leading agriculturists in tho Goulburu Valley. Tho principlo of the now plough abolishes mouldboard, ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

' PUESUVTERIAN. Sunday,. March 0 — : Karangi, Tl a.m. — Rev.T. D. Evans. Upper- B\iqca, S p.m. — „ „ CoramVn, 7.30 p.m.— ' „ „ Taylor* Arm, 3 p.m. — Rev.W.II. Marshall. Maeksville; T.30 2-.m. — „ „ ,;

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Through the Wiius. Sydney, Wednesday. The fifth test match- between Stod-1 dart's team mid the Australian eleven; was commenced in' Sydney' o'n Saturday, and concluded to-d»^,- thte Aiisti'aliaiis winning by six wickets. Tho JSnglish ,mcn, batting first, put up fJiio'—MgLurc'u 65, Wainwright di), Riinji 2, Haywai'cl 47,' Stoier 44, Hirst' 44,' Mason' 7, Brig'gs' u, uruce o-t, liicimruson I, j-toarne (not fl out) 2. The Australians, in their first' S innings, only scored 23!)— Darling lil,' | Hill 4, Worral 25, Gregory 2 J:, JTobfe' 1 31, McLeod 64, Trott 18, Howell 1 0| ? I Trtimble 12, .Tones 1, Kelly (not out) | 17. In their second iiiniiigs,' tlio' Eiig- | lishmen were disposed of for 178— || McLaren 0, Waiuwright -0; lliuiji 12, ? S Storer 30, II ay ward 43, Mason Hy. W Briggs 29, Hirst 10, -Uruco'18, Richard- p son 6, Hoarne (not out) 2. The Aus- || traliuns, in tlioir second- innings, put-up ® 276 for the loss of four wickets— Hill 2, ^ McLeod 4, Worral 62, D...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM ' THE SUN. Now, dear farmers, we must yet liave another, yarn or. two about protection. _It is «i big question that has been hor ribly mixed up by persons whose inter ests have been directly opposed to its .influence, , and by those whose ignorance or prejudice has caused' them to abuse it 'witl.nnt1 inafinA'iiiirl .ivitlinitf' ....... to their, own hurt.. Its principles differ from freetrade.in'a manner akin'to that which distinguishes the wants of the buyer .from- the wants of the seller in af fecting the purpose they have in view. .Protection is intended to enable the seller to: sell well. Freetrale is intended to enable the buyer to buy well. Where there is least competition the pricesrwill be highest; and where there is the great est competition the prices will be lowest, providing the demand and power to buy are equal. If all the world were one people, having one common interest and one system of taxation, common interest and prudence would suggest a sys...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Saturday, March 5 — yW'oodberry (Grace's), 7-.30 p.m; Sunday (second in Lent), March 6 — ? Bowra, 11 a.m..; Fig Tree, 3 p.m. ; Narn bucca Heads, 7.30 2-.m. Monday, Match 7— Maeksville, 1.30 p.m.— Tuesday, March 8 — Maeksville, children's service and distribu tion of prizes — time as arranged.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

Brief Mention. The gold lease of D. Pont, 3 -acres, will Be declared void on Tuesday next. The' Federal Convention will, it is expect ed, -finally finish its work in about another week..- i i At sales of fat pigs iu Sydney on Thursday, 23'from the Bellinger sold at 22s. (id.; -and 8 at24s. All the requisites of a first-class Hotel at moderate charge at Egan's West Kempsey Hotel'.?, i , r The total savings .effected by the Public Sei-viqe' Board- represent-- the -interest on £8,000,000'. . Robt. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur c!ias2t-. of pigs and cattle,- fats or stores, in large 6r?small lots.* Amended regulations in connection with the conveyance of . parcels by .post fcame into force on, the 1st instant. : j , Rev. James Clarke has institutefl an action' against the Chief Justice for illegal -arrest. Damages are laid at £5000.. . ? ?-?». ? The latest development in political circles is a-split in the labor party, resulting in tho secession of the socialist members. Hogwash ! ' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. . . — ♦ — .. CHAPTER XXXVIII. ' 1 I'Ei.L you it is ab3Ui'd ! ' repeated Chcslyn.. ' Great Heavens; what will the .Duke say ? What could Comyus have in common with- Lady Rona ? Why should she commit this crime ? '? ' Mo visited .Armadale 'secretly, the detective said. ' That '' is important evidence. Lady.Jlona was seenv;alone in tho .grounds shortly betore midnight. Lady Roim fled i to the library, and for many moments lay trembling on a couch. ? ?Everything points to something like foul play.' ' I cannot understand it! Where is tho.. motive ? il know that sho had .nil absolute contempt for this man ; I know i that he disliked her for it. She had : interfered with his plans. ' No— I; am sure that Lady Rona is mot guilty^- It is infamous to entertain the' thought ! Comyns ; may have harbored revenge, and, finding it beyond him, may have shot himself — or he may have been shot by a keeper. And yet, if lie was upon ? the point of . getting married — if he be lieve...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. ^-V-V v : 'High 0a.v of Day oE Sua* Sun Water?, Week. '' Month. Rises. Sets, at the; * '?';';' '' ' ' Heads;' ? ;? -h m 11 si : a.m. Sunday ... March- 6- 5 49 /S 24: ? 7.45 Monday ... „ . 7 5 50: , (i 23 S 2(5 Tuesday ... „? . 8 5 50 6 21 9 7 Wednesday - 9 5 51 6-20 9 32 Thursday ... 10 5 52 6 19 10 4 Friday 11 .5 52 .6 18 10 37 Saturday].:. t„ ,12, 5 53 6.17 ,11 12 Moon's Phase. — Full Moon at 7.29 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8. 1

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SCHOLASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

SCHOLASTIC. ? Mb. District Inspector Lobban is just, now engaged in his customary general inspec tion of schools in this district; and as they are numerous. and scattered, some time will elapse before the completion of his round. . . . Miss Caroline G. Jordan, of .Bellingen, and Master W. Eggins. of Bowra, have gained the desired positions iu connection with the recent competitive examination for, pupil teachers; held at Bellingen. Mls3 Jordan has been appointed to Bellinger Heads, and Master Eggins to Maeksville. We congratu-' late them on their success. The result of the examination showed: that -Miss Jordan re ceived 880, anil Master Eggins 906 marks. . .. The following tenders have been ac cepted by the Minister : — Coramba, fencing school site, Keevers Bros., £13 0s.. !)d. ; Ar gent's Hill, improvements to residence, W. Ballard, £9 5s. -r Bowra, improvements- to school house, G-l Parkins; sen: ; Dnrrigo, new school building, J; Vaskes3, £55 ; Fernmount,. repairs and two new'tan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

To Let toy Tender, , A BOUT 15 acres (more or less) of Clear iiifr at Raleigh. Apply on the ground to J. BAILY,or R. J. SMITH, Fernmount. Thanks. MR. and Mns. REYNOLDS, of Bowra ville, desire to express their sincere itud heartfelt Thanks to the many kind friends who came forward and assisted them in their late sad bereavement. They wish to specially mention Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, Senior-constable Jordan, Mr. J. S. White, Constable ami Mrs. Allman, Constable Con stable, Sergeant McC'lellaud, Mr. E. llitchiiu, J.I\, Mr. and Mrs. W. Barry, Mrs. and Miss Moss, Mr. D. O'Connor, Mr. W. F. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Moouey, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hrouggy. Bellinger River Black smith & Coachbuilding Establishment. R. & EJORDAN BEG to iidorm their numerous friends and the public generally that, they have established themselves as Blacksmith* ami Coach, Buggy and (Sulky Builders in the shop recently occupied by Mr. It. 1'iggott, Bellingen, and trust by turning one nothing but fi...

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BELLINGEN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

BELLINGEN POST OFFICE. With reference to the proposed now post and telegraph office at Bellingen, Mr. John MeLnmihlin, M.P., writing, under ilato Feb ruary 28, to Mr.!F. T. Matthews, J.P.-, says,— '? 1 delayed acknowledging your letter of the 17th instant, in hopes of being able to inter view Mr. I!eid In: reference to the enclosed letter,'. In which? lie regrets being unable- to grant the money for the post ofliee out of the liisdeeision.soas to send news of such with this letter. He dealt with the matter in Mel boui'iie, upon tho. papers being scut there to him. ? He returned to Sydney on' Saturday, hut left again for Melbourne last night. I am afraid there will be no opportunity of interviewing him until the close of the Con vention. The Postmaster-Gencfal is satisfied of the urgency of this matter, and I hope to pet Mr. Heid to take a similar view when I have ail opportunity of seeing him.' The enclosed letter referred to by Mr. McLaugh lin 'is from the Deputy Postmaster-General...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OL-' RELIABLE AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD' FOR IT. HALLS'. FLrRNISH more HOUSES in one week than any other furniture' dealers do in one month— very safe guarantee- of the excellent finish of HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALLS FURNISH a 3-room COTTAGE, sitting-room, kitchen, and bedroom, : for £10 9s. 6d. See our catalogue, post free. HALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE covered in rich Silk French Tapes try, with Plush Borders, a good ? Serviceable Suite, £5 5s. 'HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, in Solid Polished Pino, 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. 6d. HALL'S DINING ROOM . SUITE, viz., Spring-seated Couch;- pair comfortable Easy Chairs, and set of padded-back Clinirs, covered in American Leather, of. reliable make, that will' last for years, £6 ...

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