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BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

B^OWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. ? Our correspondent writes : — The usual monthly meeting of the Bowra Progress Com mittee was 'li'elii in the Assembly Flail last; Saturday, Mr. P. Uyan in the. chair. , After the mijiutesof the previous meeting had been read and.. confirmed: tlie secretary proceeded to- read the correspondence, which contained, amongst other items, ithe information that our Itesident Engineer-reported that' a; liiind railing on Bowra bridge was unnecessary. As may well bo imagined, the cominittee'waxed hot and furious over the matter. Mr. John McLaughlin, M:P., had succeeded in getting the Minister for Works to ascertain tlie cost of its erection and an indirect promise that the work would be carried out, but it appears our economical roads officer is prepared to : risk the lives of the travelling public rather than run the, 'Department into the ruinous expense of ^O', the estimated co3t of the work. It is time Mr. Crouch went for a, change of air. i'he following resoluti...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

—FAREWELL SOCIAL. j Miss SAliTBR was entertaineil at a farewell social at Itclliiiscer Heads, last Friday evening, by a number of h r 'r- ids. The i leleineiicv ot' tlie weather |jievenied a number from at tending, but -alxifit fifteen couples enjoyed themselves until early morn. The refresh ments, as is usual at ihe' Heirds, were- fiist ela8s. 1'lie sintiiag of ?' Autd Lulls' Syne ' terniiaateira?^-yijile'asaiie evening. .

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MACKSVILLE PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

MACKSVILLE PONY RACES. A meeting was held at the Star Hotel, Macksville, last Saturday evening, to make final -.arrangements in connection with the races atid ball at night on Thursday next, Mr. E. Hitcliens, J.P., in the chair. - The qualifi cation fee for non-members was discussed, and it was decided .to dispense with it. ' Messrs.' J. T. Aiiisworth, J. Parry, and Jex were'ap ' pointed a. committee to carry out the ball ar rangements. \ The. handicaps for tho principal events are as follows : — Oi'enino. Handicap.. 1 - v i - gt. lb. . ' Tippo ... ... ? ? ? 9 7 Lenore... ? ... ... : ... !) 0' '?Zulu King ... ... ... 7 10 - Evelyn „ ? ? ? ? . ..... 7 .0 . Seabreeze .. ... : ... (i- 7 Pony and Galloway- IIandioai'. Tippo ? 9 0 Lcnorc... . ? 8 7 Zulu King , ... ? ... 7 7 Evelyn . ... . ... ... 6 7 Seabreeze .. ..: ?... (5 -t ? . Uosebud ? ... ... ... G 0 Pony Handicap. Tippo .... ... ... ... 0 -l Brockleigh ... ... ... 6 4 Uosebud .... ... ... (! 0 ; Congarini Lass ... ... 0 0

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

Echoes. Maize. was selling at Charters Towers, last week, at 8s. per bushel.; * * * * * * * * A Maori witch doctor has been com mitted.for trial at Gisborne (N.Z.), for manslaughter. He, softly :. ' I can never love anoth-i er.' She, firmly : It will not be neces sary — or .advisable.'' . # * * . * * * * * . ? It has lieen, decided , to relax the regu lations regarding tlie importation of fruit from the adjoining' colonies. This will afford our orchardists a. further oppor tunity of making frieii'dswitli freetrade— also poverty. * * * * * * * * The secretary of the Workers' Union ill West Australia has -issued a warning against working men. flocking into the western ' colony. 'He states there are thousands out of work and matters are likely to get worse. * * * *' * * * . *. Thep.k is a tree in India and Africa from which butter is made. . The fruit grows to the size of a pigeon's egg. . In side..'the fruit' are seeds, which, when pressed, 'yield an 'oily substance, from whioluveiy g...

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

FURNITUREJURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AMD COMPANY HAVE THIS LARGEST STOCK Ob' IllSLl A BUS AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. BUT DON'T TAKE OUR -WORD FOR IT. MALLS PURNISII mora HOUSES in ono woek than any other furniture ? dealers do in one month — very safo gua rant.ee of tlio excellent finish ot HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALLS FU RNISII a 3-rooin COTTAGE, sitting-room, kitchen, and bedroom, for iilO 9s. Gd. See our catalogue, post free. HALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE Jcpvorod iir rich Silk French Tapes try, with Plush Borders, a good -i Serviceable Suite, £5 us. H ALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, in Solid Polished Pine, viz., Wardrobe with glass doors and deep drawer, Dressing Tabic with jewel trays and swing glass, Marble-top Wash stand. Rail, niul Chair, £G 7s. ' Gd. . HALL'S DINING ROOM- SUITE, viz., Spring-sentod Conch, pair comfortablo--Eiisy. Chairs; and set : of padded-back Chairs, covered in American Leather, of reliable-make, that will last for ye...

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

I STEAM TO SYDMEY. The Fast Direct Routs. The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. if REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE.. tgi The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the §H favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. l|j rpHE s.s. Excelsior loaves CofTs'- Harbor jW _L i Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., i'm find, leaves ;Sy-lney every Tuesday evening. Wb The s.s. Wollumbin also calls- as required. I® Both' steamers have cold storage of most t& modern arrangement, and. an impetus is now SI given to the dairying industries throughout ig the district. Thc Excelsior is electric-lighted ||| throughout, and has superior accommodation 1|| for passengers. ? Steward and stewardess, and MS ladies' cabins and other state 'rooms on deelc. £f| Fares between Golf's Harbor and Sydney — . j|§ Cabin, single XI 7s. 0.1., return £2 10s; I I Steerage £1. *- For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, Coifs Harbor, or to GEO. W. NICOLL, . Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney. j' The. / Nor tli Coast STEAM - NAVIGATION « CO.,...

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

T pO LET. — A Farm near Fernmount. Ap ,J_ plv to J.ALLAN. Wanted. 'TTTANTKU, a Nurse Girl. Apply to Mrs. YV MATTHEWS, ' Claremont,' Bel lingen. Butchering' Notice. OWING, to the continued wet. weather I am unable to commence Butchering an previously announced. However, I will commeucc on March 19, and trust to -receive a fair share of patronage. ? ...': — - - W. H. CLE UK IS, ? Live-atid-Let-Live Butcher. Italcigh, March 9. . Bellinger River Half Holiday Association. THIS pnblic arc requested to take Notice that the Business Houses in connection with the above Association will be OPEN ? next Wednesday Afternoon, and CLOSED on Thursday' (St.- Patrick's Day). ;5 ' (!. K. PARTRIDGE, ' ' - Hon. Sec. Preliminary Notice. THE ANNUAL R.C. CHURCH BALL Will take place as usual in Moody's Hall, Bellingen, ON' EASTER MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL II. Legal. MR. C. I'KENZIE, Attorney, Solicitor, PROCTOR, and CONVEYANCER, Commissioner for Affidavits, BELLINGEN. Will attend all court= on the Bellinger and N...

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

I Legal. MR. J. R. M ARRACK, . SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY * VTTILL attend all Courts at Bellingen VY when required , ami may be consulted liy letter. Government Advertisements. lloads Office, Bellingen,. March », 18S-8. -rpEJTDKBS, addressed lo tlie Clerk of JL Petty Sessions at Bellingen. and en I'orsed 'Tender for ltoad Work,' will be received up to noon on Wednesday, 16tli inst.. for Works on the following lloads Contract 52/97-S, Williams' to Taylor's Arm (fresh tenders undcrameuded specifications); 54/97-8, Bowra to Upper South Arm (fresh- tenders) ; and Contract 60/97-8, Noitli Arm to Beach. Specifications may be seen at the Court house. Hellingen ; and for Contracts 52 anil 54/97-8 at Court-house, liowra. E. F. cnoucH, . Rc3. Engr. Itoads Office, Bellingen, ? ' March 10,1898. riHEXDEUS, addressed . to the.. ;Clerk : of J. Petty '.Sessions at Bellingen, and en dorsed 'Terider for. Rontl Work.' will be received up to noon ori Monday, 21st instant, for Works on the following Roads Contr...

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HIGH MAIZE YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

HIGH MAIZE YIELD. A reporter of one of the Brisbane journals, who has bcGii visiting Warwick, avers that as much as 120 bushels of maize per acre has been' taken olf some of. the farms there. Some of the maize- gro wws have evidently been imposing on thecreduhty of the visitors. Ihe .North Coast districts, in their primest days, could not reach the record given, with their unsurpassed virgin land. Seldom on any of the coastal rivers lias 100 bushels per acre been pulled ; the century is only reached on rare occasions indeed, and under the most favorable circum stances. Tho soil ' of WniSswfck, fertile though 'it may be, cannot surpass1— ft-ml it is questionable if it equals — the alluvial brush f|ats'of the .coastal' rivers.

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

CRICKET. -TilB.following J;eam_will jepresent' Fern niount against' Bellinger Heads,' to-inot-row, at Feinmoiuit,-T-Messrs. A. Tyson, C. E. Partridge,- U. J. Smith, J. McGeary, H.Greer, J. Washington, G. Carhey, J. 'MeUougall, ;W.; Tyson, N.- Baker, ;J. H. Lovell, E. Tyson (12th), F-.Lovell (13th): . . Bellingen and Coff's Harbor meet at Bellingen to-niorrow. Coff's Harbor will be represented by Messrs. McFarlanc, Gettens, Farrell, Walsh, Jordan, G. Hoselike, 'S'uHivan, R. Ferrett, McGregor, C. Shephard, Hann ; emergency, S. Brewis. Bellingen team will be— Messrs. F. T. Mathews, II. P. Baly, W. H. . Johnston, VV. Jay, F. Whatson, -Hi. \V.- Hamilton,- G. VVills, A. G. Apsey, A. Pitman, G. J. Henderson, F. Smythe, S. J. Piggott ,'(12th).; . . f The . re- ' turn match between the Combined Teachers an-l Bellingen ltiver will be played at Fern mount oil April 2. . . Bowra and Pioneers met lastiSatiirday, wlieo the .former won by 5 wickets and 1 runs. Pioneers in their first inniiigs 'sco...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

A SERIOUS CHARGE. At Grafton police police court oil, Fri- day last, before the P.M., Richard Thoinas Foster was charged with having; on 1st instant, assaulted Hildred Morris, a- girl Hi years of age, at Lower Bucca. with intent to commit a rape. Mr. McGuren appealed for accused. An order was made to have the hearing of the case conducted with closed doors. Senior-constable Buckland. stationed at Woogoolga, stated that on Tuesday, from information received, he proceeded to Foster's farm at ? Lower Bucca, and saw accused. ? Asked if lie saw anyone on the road. between the .?butcher's shop and D. Morris' place, and lie replied lie 'did not. Asked if he-saw two little girls' of Morris' on tlie road, and lie replied he saw no one.. Told him a complaint had been lodged that he assaulted one of Morris' girls, and, therefore, he would have to come to Morris' place. He re plied that he never. saw the girls, but that lie would go with witness. Took accused to R. Morris' place, where D. Morri...

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PICWIC, CONCERT, AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

Pi OKI C, CONCERT, AND BALL,. SoifH time ago tv movement was set 011 foot by. the Indies- of Taylor's- Ann, with the object of raising funds for the erection of a Koman Catholic Church, ami it was ultimately de cided to hold a picnic and a concert ami ball for that purpose. The affair came off on Friday last. The niciuc was held in Mr. J. H. Huttmaun's paddock,' wlieiea large gather ing from all parts of tlie district spent a pleasant day. About 100 persons; 'including' visitors from Mickey's' (.'reek, Bowra, Macks ville, and other places,' attended the concert and.ball in the eveir'ng. The concert pro gramme was an cxceljent one, and was well received, Mr. Albert Knott's singing and dancing and Mr. McXamara's step-dancing, especially, being highly appreciated. An exhibition of dumb-bell exercises, by :? McMornti, was decidedly one, of thuljest items on the programme, a -«*' met with the hearty approj.al.of-tSe audience. On the conclusion of llic concert, the hall was cleared for da...

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COOL DAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

COOL DAIRIES. ? ????,. ? ? u T her is are several modes .of building cool rooms.fur dairies ;in the warmer parts of the colony. One of the main features in thesO:buildiugs is the double roof, with ample space for a current/of air between. Sometimes a shingled lean-to is built a few feet from the wajl most oil the side most exposed to the siin, and the practice is -adopted - by some., of ^planting-, qnick growiiig trees to act as a protection: The tree mostly.'.used is the pinus- insignus. Where the ,i;limate is vp'ry hot in snmT filer, a chamber is excavated in such -.a building, and an earthenware 'pipe taken nnderground-for some ..distance-is- led into the b'ottoni of this lower chamber. The outer opening of the pipe hitist be away from the sriii: and the liotiwind, find at. times of great. heat a.cloth.is hnng over the opening', and- kept- saturated with water.' The . evaporation ^cools'' the ''air passing through the pipe, .aiid keeps the lower chamber, at, a fairly lojV.tempera...

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ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

I ATHLETICS for women. Those people who would banish boat ing, cycling, tennis, and athletic games generally from the ranks of tlie fair sex. would d«' well to remember what a. noted' health specialist has said ot tliein. Tie, declares that, such . exercise ? is quite as! necessary. for the well-being of woman as lor man, and, Furthermore, believes thai were onr girls to take .no more exercise t hair did I heir mothers', in their girlish days there would bean alarming increase of ill-health. There is, nothing better for a liealtby . dovelopmqnt, of the frame than walking and cycling,, and the latter —so lie avers— should be encouraged rather than ridiculed.' 'Now that so much attention is paid to healthy aiid sensible dressing,, surely no one, need cavil' at the exhilarating form of exercise voted so beneficial to our girls by 'those competent, to judge/

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UPPER ORARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

UPPER ORARA. Our correspondent writes, under date March 8, — The weather i» very wet, and a few fine weeks are very much needed, -as the maize crop is ready- for -harvesting. It has been raining heavily for - the | ast 2-1 hours, -during which time the river, rose, about 9ft.,. but it-is-now fall'lng. It would, be a serious ?Jilow to^ us all.' we're we to lie, visited by a flood just now. .-1(10 lain comes ;nr licavy - showers, - but fortunately it is not continuous, conse quently the river has time to carry off the ilrainat'O'. . : . Our rcspccted school teacher has been suffering from.-nn attack of nettle rash.-lris - hands' being- so much swollen that fie was tintible toJuse-tl'iem ;- but J am pleased to report- that helms- now firlfy recovered, . ..- The Advance. Orara nifno hasr I hear, been takcrr over by lloberfsoir. Oollopy, tind Co., and sonic good, snbstautial work has been done in timbering, etc,, preparatory to a fair start.as soon iiR the wcntlicr will permit. ' . . MoL...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

% THE WEATHER. I'll K threatening clouds which, hiingarouisd during the latter end of last week, have til most deluged tlicdistrict. Occasional showers fell on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and on i Sunday evening^ heavy rain set iii aiid con-, tinned, with - occasional intermissions, till Wedtics.lay morning, when a change to fine weather was welcomed; The river rose at licllingen about 12 feet above- ordinary level, find a quantity of- .low-lying lauds- were sub merged. li'brtu'iiately,- little damage is- re ported.- 'I'lieiNaniliucca must also be in flood, as the liowra1 mail duo at ISqllingen on Tues ' tliiy liad to be forwaiiled1 rid Mauksviile. ar riving hereon Tlinrstlay. ltepoi'ls to hantl from tlie out-lying portions of- the district are very meagre; consequently we'are' unable' to state the damage; if any',- done' by the' rains: At present thero appears- to be a continuance of fine, weather throughout tho district.

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The Taylor's Arm Progress Committee met at Mr. J. Carney's 011 Saturday last. Mr. C. Joluisnn presided. The minutes of the previ ous meeting were read' and confirmed, and a quantity of correspondence was read and re leceived. A number of new rules which had been drawn up were submitted to the meet ing, and, with some slight amendments, were adopted. The secretary was instructed to apply to'the Minister for Works, tltrough M r. SlcLaughlin, JI.P., for a special grant,. of £800, 'for t'iie. construction 06 a road from Quilky's Hill up- the north' batik of Taylor's Arm to Mr. S. ijaverty's. ft was resolved to ask the Postmaster-Genera] to reconsider his decision' with regard -'..to a' petition forwarded by . the Committee; in October, last ; also, to acquaint the Macksville Progress Committee with the nature of that petition, and ask for their co-operation in obtaining the prayer of the petitioners. The election of otlicers for the ensuing term was chen proceeded wi...

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DRUIDS' GALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

DRUIDS' GALA.' TUB secretary pf (he U.A.O.Di in Victoria annouiicefi {lie 2!)tli annual Gala and Art Union, to take place at the Hibernian Hall, Melbourne,' On Apnl.23„ Therfj are 125 prizes offered; a£ ti total; value of £lo00, the first prize being tj '.Qojdei^ Driiiil,', the actual cash value of which is guaranteed to be £1000. Tickets aro l's. each', or'Tl tickets for 10s., or 22 tickets for £1. The protits are . to .be divided amongst charities, as lieretoforp. There being no head office in Sydiiey, this, year, the public: jire iuy.ited to send for (ickets ilij-e'ct jo (jie Seereta'ry;' .Mi;, j. Hrpntui,' Gra'ttaii and. Drumnipml^ ,Streeta,' ? ('arlto'n, ^Iclb'ou'rnej' xvho will forward tickets to any address without any extra charge for postage. In a circular issued by the G rami President of the Order in New South Wales, that gentle man cordially invites tlicmcmbers throughout this colony and their friends to give the Mel bourne committee the same support as has been accorded...

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DOCTOR FOR THE NAMBUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

D-OOTOR. FOR THE NAMBUCCA. The resfdents of the Namiiueca Kiver have come, to Ihe conclusion that it is a very neces sary thins: to have a resident doctor in their midst. Tiiev very rightly poitifout (hat they have a population of over 3000 .soiils, and in case of sickiiess or accident they have,' 1 lit con siderable expense ami loss of time, to procure a doctor f ronr-oi t her the Iicllinger or the Maeleav — ofitimes when it is too' late, . lr lias been decided to hold mcetinjis at each centre throughout . the' district, due noliuo o£ wliioh vi)| lie ^iveni

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898

PRESENTATION, -CTn Saturday' :iast', at the eouefusfon- of the Teaehers-Hel linger lii-ver maieh, ail vantage was taken of ihe occasion to present the gold, medals won, during the Ohu'encc-ISelliuger Uistiiet mateii.': Mr. ti. J- Itenilorsiin, presi dent of the Hullingen club;. ina-le the presen tation', and congratulated arefHrs. .Mcljaelilan and Farrell on i liei r success. Tlie meilal won ? Jiy Mr. A. Grnyr. had been forwarded lo the Ularence to hiiii. After the -recipients had briefly replied, the gathering dispersed.

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