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

STEMfl TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior , 400 tons, the favorite new s.s. V/ollumbin , 300 ions. rpHE s.s. Excelsiar leaves Coil's Harbor I ' Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., nml leaves Sydney every . Tuesday .'evening. The s.s. .WTollumbin ; also calls as .required. Both steamers ,jiavc . cold storage of most modern arrangement, 'and an impetus is now given to the dairying industries throughout the district. ! The'Excelsior is electric.-lighted throughout, and has superipr.aceommpdation fbr-passcngers. i .Steward and stewardess, and Jamie's' cabins and other state rooms on deck. - Fafds between CofE's Harbor and Sydney Cabin, . single £1 7s. Gil., return £2 10s; Steerage £ J. ? For further particulars, apply Hest s Hotel, GefT'B Harbor, or to G1SO. W. NICOLL, i ??? ? Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Syilney. The North Coast STEAM « NAVIGATION « CO., LIMITED. rpiIE favorite s.s. ltOSEDALE will make J', fre...

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

KOIIAN C'ATHOLIO. ? . Sunday,: March 6 — - Bowra j 10.30 a.m:,Mass. — Rev. P. W.Ahern. Bowra, 7 p.m., -.Vespers, Sermon, and Bene diction. — Itev. P. ir. Ahem,

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

Church Services. WESLEVAN. Sunday, March 6 — Bellingen, 3 p.m.— Mr. li. Griffith. Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Bellinger Heads, 7. 30 p.m. — „ , „ Never. 'Never, 7..30-p.m. — No 2 Band. Nanar Glen, 7.30p:m. — Supply: ?? North- Arm, 3-pM-. — Mr: A. 1'almor. Sunday, March 13— . - CojPs -Harbor, 'It a.m.- — il/r.j B.- ?Joyce. Upper Bucca, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ : Gi/.ramba, -7-.30. pun.— .-?? ,y, ' : ... - Bellingen-, 7-.30p.m.—Mr.- J. liodges. Never Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly.

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

Oertainly the best medicine known is Sander and Sons' liucalypti Kxtract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza— the relief is instantaneous. Iu serious cases, liud accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds* burns, sealdiiigs,' bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-f no ihfiani mation. , Like surprising clVeots produced in ; croup, dipbtheria, bronchitis, .inllalinnation : of the lungs, swellings, etc.; diarrhiea, dysentry, diseases of tlie kidneys and urinary organ's. In iise at. hospitals and 'medical clinics all oyer the globe ; patronised by his . Majesty tlie King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma a: {International Inhibi tion, Amsterdam; Trust in , this approved article, ami 'reject all 'others.*.' ; W ^nted at Once. WANT 10 1),. Teamsters to halil Logs iu : any (ptantity to the bank of either Arm of tli 3 ; Bellinger, accessible to the Pontoonjj. For further.particulais apply to ' a. & ii. k l lis, Bellinger Heads. A Fortune to 'be M...

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

BRASS BAND. A meeting. iof intending members of the brass band which is being formed at Bellin gen was held in Mr. S. Hattersley's siiop oil Wednesday evening. About 20 persons were present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. ; R, May. It was decided to senil away for 15 instruments- at once, aivL deposits amounting to £14 4s. Gd. were paid in. Five members have already purchased instruments; and arrival of the remainder. The instruments, have been allotted as follows,— (,'ornets, E. J. Boultwood, AV. Wari-en,, G. ,.Uayi J. Wuoti, ?BS. Hattcrsloy, j;J.; Graham, G. Forbes, T. McCristal, A. Spickett, and N. Tyler ; horns, J. Darcy, J. Coxi O. Locke, 'It. Anderson, A. Collinsy T. Mailer, ami ; B, /Biownlee ; tenor .tromtibnes, M; Jtighoy,, J. Aiidersbn, and W. Ilobiiison ; barifones,' W. Hughes,': O. Gillon, H. Gale, and/jiTBrownlee ; euphoniums, It.. May; F. ClarkeV Q., Black, and ,W. Brown ; trombone -.boss,} Al Hughes ; bombardon, S. Moore j clarionette. A. Tyson; , About 40' members...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BELLINGEN v. FERNMOUNT [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

[?] ,*'? Played at Ferrijrio.unt on Saturdaj?last;and' /won.by the' home teain, by--l.^~nii)S-oh the first innings. The -scores were?— ? Mr- - ? - \ BELLiNGEN.-T^First Inning's,-: . B. F. Crouch, o li.' S, MeDougaJ), b;Greer 0 H. P., Italy, c Partridge, b Greer 5 'F. Whatson, c J. MCDougall. b Partridge i G. Wills, c Morris, b Partridge 20 G. S. Brinerj c J. MeDougall, b Partridge 0 .W. Jay, run out ... ? ...s. ... 5 A; G.' Apsey, b Warren ... ...V ... -5 W. A. Johnston, b Partridge 0 It. W. Hamilton, not out ... -....g1, ... 16 S. J. Piggott, c Partridge, b Greer ... 0 G. J. Henderson, b Partridge , ... 3 Sundries . ... ? i ... 9 Total ... .... ? ...'? ... 67 Howling— Greer. 8 for 23 ; Partridge,. 5 for. 24 ; Warren, 1 for 11. -.P- .- t - Second Innings. - W. A. Johnston,- b Partridge ? ' ... 2 W. Jay. b Partridge ... .;. ... 2 G. S. iVrincr, not out ... ... ... 15 H. W. Hamilton, c J. MeDougall, b Warren 5 F. Whatson, not out . ... ? ... 2 Sundries ? ... ... ... 12 Three wickets f...

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

FORi THE 'BEACON.' - The wholesale plagiarism by the North Coast Bvacoiiiot strings of vituperation from ail American.' alleged newspaper, re ioimds much to its credit, and bears out our state ment that it is useless to attempt to lift it from its long^tenanted home in the sewer. We decline tofargue with any. rag so, inocu lated with filth, anti so permeated with'a de sire to'exhibitjits journalistic beastliness and iia uciuciucu uoiiuibiun. -*c:nave no wisn to place before olir readers a conglomeration of Yankee festers. We leave that for: others whose mental squint is well-known, and:who wallow in theai as readily as other hogs in .mire. ,We cheerfully admit that we are not able to compete: with rthe.: llaabmHu bi'e, boils, .or blackguardism. We have no ambi tion to gather a rodomontade of putridity like the -Beaeok's, and hold it aloft for vuf tures and crows - to emulate and copy. We are not chasing glory which is covered with the leprosy ami' cancers of a diseased mind, nor do ...

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

T 1 BUGGIES, ^SKl COACHES; GIGS, zCtW^IX CART^, SULKIES, yQM WAGGONS. B. RAYMOND, WHEELWRIGHT & COACHBUILDSR, BELLINGEN; the Best and Cheapest Maker on the North Coast. SAS A11RIVJ5D, per ship Honolulu, direct from America, a splendid stock of Buggies specially selected for these districts. Lisrht single-seat bnprsries. medium weight Family, double seat, buggies, light waggonettes. HootI, brake, and lamps can be added. All vehicles of the very best second-growth hickory, with steel tires, steel axles. Guaranteed. Work may. be inspected before paint is put on. Send for Price Lists. Don't ao without a Skw Buggy for Xmas. V PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. TERMS IF NECESSarV. Raymond is also opening up a lot of New Model Ploughs. Farmers should see tlism and ' secure one before they lose tlie chance. Thsy are bound to go fast. 4 JOV FOR EVER ! WHAT? THE FACT THAT YOU CAN PURCHA8I DRAPERY GROCERY ' - IRONMONGERY Fancy coop: AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANT at :: F. T. MATTHEWS' BELLINGEN STORE...

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

clearance' m OK SUMMER . GOODS, FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, rO' MAKE ROOM FOR WINTER STOCK NOW ARRIVING, AT Wild. BROWN'S IXL CASH STORE, BELLINGEN. fust Bead his Reduced Prices — ; PRINTS and MUSLINS — Reduced to 8£d., 4j-d., 5d., 6d., ajid C^-d. DRESS GOODS — :Shot and Black Mohairs, selling price Is. Gd. ; reduced to'Js. 2i-d. . H-VTS, HATS. HATS — At Ridiculously Low Prices. ? BOOTS, BOOTS. BOOTS — Bluchers reduced to os. 6d. and 4s. 3d. ; Ladies' Lace Boots to 5s. 9d. and 4s., etc. A thorough clearance of this department, so come early and secure Bargains. m WEEKS ONLY. .. ^ - ! ! ^ [ jl ^ ^\''The ? - - '? Farmers' ' nrr : , West * eo-0perative g- ; ?* Sornpany ^ of btd. i ^ Kstablishbd '1881 ? Ru-ouoAJCii'.En IRDs: ' ! ^ was estabhshetl by this -Farmers to Tbp rnmnanv supply- a long felt want, and acts as company AGENTS in the interest of: the: ^ ' producer onlj, / , ANNUAL TURNOVER - - £300,000. ? ? ? . ? : 1^. Produce Salesmen ... ^ ' ... Live Stock Auctioneers FflRlWERS... should p...

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FERNMOUNT DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

FERNMOUNT DAIRY COMPANY. At the Small Debts Court, Bellingen, on Monday last,, before Messrs. 1'. C. McKell, P.M., H. A. 'Evans,. II. Bennett, and John Smith, Js.P., F. It, H. Baker, secretary of the Fernmount Dairy Company, sued Patrick Bourke for lfjs., for the tenth call of Is. each on 10 shares. ? The same company also sued Martha De ?Gdrlache, administratrix in the estate o£'the;lntc Angus MeDoiiaia MeKeiizie, for the sum of ' £4. For calls on shares in the said compnuy. .-- Mr. De Gcrlacho. appeared 011 behalf of his wife; and- was about to eon-' :duet the proceedings of- the court himself, when the PiJl. suddenly pulled him up and threatened to have him removed if he did notconducMiimself propeHy. Mr. C.McKen zie appeared for the company in both cases, and verdicts with costs were given.

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

SNAKEBITE. On Tuesdaylast, whilst engaged in secur ing bait on the river bank for fishing pur poses, Mr. Ill A. Miles felt something sting him 011 the liand. Not seeing; anything to arouse his suspicions, he went about his work for some time before he experienced any pain. Later 011, it became apparent that he had been bitten- by a snake, and Messr.-. E. Ray mond and T. Barrett scarified the part af fected. He whs then sent to Mr. Hicks, who at once applied the usual remedies. On. Tuesday night Mr. Miles suffered severely from the effects of the bite, but since then he has- recoVereit his uiual health.

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

' 'OURSELVES. .1f-8-.-5suwf The Raleigh Son termi rviar'.s,.t!ie foui-th year of Its existencer-^vo^ are not going; to make it ail occasion1 for wild whoops over , the past, nor do owe intend' to pave the road to sheol with good, intentions for the future. . We .simply ,rise to remark that we are h'ere to stay, just the same as any one else engaged in a commercial speculation, as long as the business meets, with the sup port and approval of the public. That we ham'* t«nrt -...1^; ? ? ? ? dent. We have done our level best to push the district ahead, knowing full well that as the electorate progresses we will progress too, and our efforts have been marked with success. We are going right .on with the same object in view, and if we can hold the confidence now reposal m us we shall be quite satisfied. We thank our constituents for past favors, and hope that before our next anniversary the dark clouds o'orhaiiging us all will have vanished and; given place to a rosier-hued year.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

NAMBUCCA HEADS. Ouu correspondent writes, — The dredge 1 Alesns is undergoing an overhaul, which will probably take two months to complete. A iarge number of extra hands are' engaged during repairs, including fitters, boiler-makeM, etc.. from Syddey. . .. The; bar hasjijgaiffi/ shoaled, through the heavy seas thatjj-$p|rtfed last- week. Thj Euroka attemnfad^iof-orofia ' out at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, biU^jpjtfed to find sufficienc vnUer ; shegot^rp^An' W'ednes«'iv morning, at' day lightj^^ir' a detention of several days.^. F6tj;rs^0Sut;rs nre- barbound'i . ? as there is 'U^ter for the tug- w cross outx-sr'.W,-'5--;,^,T'hfe i'i.tf&ess. Committee, : wlncli Ma. been e.-iwato-ie -set.'jio time, is awajijnfufi; ; Lii;;'.Heetiug- be ft. eld nest ' »'e-.*- ivrtf.r. uew pecret.uT? wiii J;e ap pc-ijinvv.;, A:ii!,'.wiv.U now . -blood- - unci- mcrenged iiuscnik-itfnp; good, work is anticipated to V.'; _B/dlt. . ^ Kuuiof has it that a wedding- -wiil- !l tako pl.u-;;. (i'.ce next. week, but. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

Tmeiie. appears to be growing in tlie minds of the thinking -portion of the people an idea that it is time New South Wales followed in the footsteps of the House of Commons and the legislatures of the other colonies, ani. appointed a Finance Committee to renort. from time to time, on the state of the financos of this. colony. The outcome of the pres entation of public accounts to Parliament lias always led to a disgraceful wrangle. Debates in the House, speeches made since then on the public platform, and correspondence in the press, show there is an absolute necessity, in the public in terest, to try and put an end to the pres ent stote of things. And that can be accomplished by the appointment of a Committee of Public Accounts. If this committee was appointed — consisting of,, say, three members from both sides oP the House, and a representative fronvthe labor section — we should hear 110 more about ?' faked ' accounts, ' cooked ' ac counts, or 'manipulated' accounts,, or of vario...

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

FMIDAtf MARCH 4, IS0S.

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

RAINFALL. We are indebted to Mr. J. liarrio for the following infovmntion in reference to rainfall at liellinger Hemls-during last month,— From- 8 a.m. on 12tlk to 8' a.m. 011 13th, 32G-poiuts ;? 8 a.m. to G-p.nr.i 21st, 105 ; 6 p.m. oil 21st to 8 a.m. 011 22nd, .-HI. Total for month1 1075 points. . .-'CMr. W. A. Johnston, post master, Bowra, informs us that 557 points of rain fell during eight wet days iu February, at Bowra.

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

A HIGH CHURCH DIGNITARY. 'J'lie llight Reverend iMonqignqrr O'lSrien, Rector of St. John's Co lege, Sydney, has expressed his opinion o£ LOASBY'S ' WAJIOO ' .iu the following terms. DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. ?: St. John s College, Syilney, Dec. 15, 1897. Ilcar Sirs,—-, ? ' : A tr.iaj of -Loasby's ' AVahoo ' : has fully con'vinccd ine oC its exceptional -merits as a remedy' for Indigestion. ? ! f ; -- (Signed) Jam r, 3. ,T. O'Bkikn. .i.;-- To,Loft8bv'B.' Wahoo ' M- fg. Co. ? LOASBY'S - WAHOO / ' ? Can bo obtained from all chem ists, price.2/6, or poBt,fi;ep fiom the sole manufactnrers aiid pro prietors, Loasby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KKNT-ST.RKET, SYDNEY.

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Local Interest. MACKSVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

Local Interest. MACKSVILLE RACES. Intending nominators for the Opening, Maeksville Pony and Galloway, and Pony Handicaps, to be run for on the 17th instant, are finally reminded that entries must be in the hands of the secretary, Mr. J. Egan, not later than. 10 a.m. to-morrow (Saturday)* The full programme is on page I of this issue.'

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THE BOWRA BUTTER FACTORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 4 March 1898

THE BOWRA BUTTER FACTORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIG^^C.S. Sir, — I notice another letter in valuable paper from ' One Interested;^ in which, after ; referring to; ' a split in ;th0-camp;^-*he-say.sC«rtlie'Jblii'wf-if!iiiB0-is'' tlie low'price paid-' for 'milk.' II say the. chief' cause is the ,small. sufjply, .that 25,0, gallons per day l'S: a dream of the future, ? and, as far . as Bowra is concerned,- I nm verv mnnli afraid it will nnvpr Np.'in accomplished fact. By dint of paying; slightly more than the milk is worth' (i.e., after taking into consideration the stnallness of the supply and the many disadvantages in getting the cream to market), exhausting my. powers of per suasion, and lending, cans, ' just to try it. for a month, to see if it pays,' I man aged to work up a supply equal to 180; gallons per day, which has now fallen off to under 150. And this when Providence has supplied a superabun dance, o.f feed. If, the local authority under the Dairies Supervision Act had ad...

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

WARRELL CREEK. [l'nOM OUR OWN CORMCSPONDEXT.] The maize crops are looking well, and. some of our farmers have started -maize pulling. The long-looked-for re-opening of the school will come a t )ast, 'as on 'March 1 it will commence. There promises to be o nr nlo'lrlrnn ll.on and ft. is 'to., be .hoped ;th;it parents will see that' their' childreit attend school.; more regularly than they did before, for; they all realise the want of a school this last twelve months. We are pleased to hear that Mr. A. Craig, late of the Bellinger River, has got his blacksmith's shop finished, and is ready to do all work in the trade. It, is a great boon to . the farmers on the Creek, as. they had to travel some six or seven miles to Maeksville with their work previously. : Our respected road superintendent, Mr. Cameron; has laid out the site for the proposed bridge over Warrell Creek, and we hope the Department will erect, it as soon as possible, to enable farmers to ship their maize to Maeksville du...

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