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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
Certainly the best, medicinc known is Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful -effects in coughs, coli Is,- influenza— the: relief is iusfnntaiieous. In serious cases, and accidents, of all kinds, ? be they1 woiinds.—bufns. sealiling's. tirntees,' sprains, it is the safest reinedy—iio inflam ination. Like surprising eftccts produced ill ? croup, diphtheria. hrom:hit is,. iuHammal ion of the lungs, swellings, etc.; diarrlicea' dysentry, iliseiises ol' the kidiulysiinVI urinary' organs. In use at. hospitals and mcdical clinics all over the:glohe ; patronised by his Majesty the Kim;;, of Italy crowned with: medal and diploma a International (exhibi tion. Amsterdam.- .? Trust, iiu fins approved article, and rejcct all others.* 'Wanted at Once. WANTED, Teamsters fo- Haul Logs in any quantity to'. the hank of either Arln of t'hi HellingerT-^riij'cVsSiljlu ? to the Pontoons. For-further particulars apply to ? : a; '& II. KLLIS. ? llellinger Heads. A Fortune-...
LIBRARY FOR BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
LIBRARY FOR BOWRA. Attempts have been made at different times to erect a School of Arts in Itowra, but . for some uiiaqcpuntablc reason they never came to a . successful issue. The want of a library; is recognised by every resident in the neighborhood, lis at present they either have to purchase fresli literature, or, at. great in convcnlence, obtain books from the Nam'iucca Heads library. ; Messrs. J.- Itarry 'ainl Son have couie to the rescue, and have converted a roonr'ni. tho rear of the Assembly Hall into a rcadhi'g-room.jwhich will bcoden two even-, ings rff\veek, and; will be supplied with the daily and other, newsp-ipers and periodicals, lhc library alrcaily comiuiaes 200 volumcs of the latest worus. which will be added to monthly. 1 htf' liiembcrship fee is a mere trifle. Messrs., IJarrv end Son are to be con g-ratulated on the step they have. taken.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
CLEARANCE SALE OF SUMMER GOODS, FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, TO. MAKE ROOM FOR WINTER STOCK NOW ARRIVING, AT ,WM. BROWN'S IXL GASH STORE, BELLINGEN. Just Read his Reduced Prices — . PRINTS and .MUSLTNS— Reduced to 3id„ 4$d., 5d„ 6d., and (i^d. DRESS GOODS — Shot and Black Mohairs, selling juice Is. Gd. ; reduced to Is. 2-?Td. . HATS, HATS, HATS— At Ridiculously Low Prices. BOOTS, BOOTS, -'BOOTS — Bluchers . reduced, to- 5s. fid. and 4s. 3d . Ladies' Lace Boots to 5s. 9d. nnd 4s., etc. A thorough clearance of ' . . . this department, so come early and secure Bargains. TWO WEEKS ONLY. ' '-§- '-$} -§-' ® 0 '-§-' W '(g) '-#-' W -§- ^ OJ. CM «- g-J CJ gj. g«. g-L cj. W. g-4 C-L g^. C?^. c-j. CI * The - . * Fanners9 West * ©O'Cperative. -? * ©ompany of H.S.W., Litd. ?. Established 18S1 ? Re-oroaxizki) 18U8. ? & ? ^ was established by the Fanners to\ '^0 /-- ? _ ? „ supply a long felt want, and acts as . The Company AGENTS ?„ tho interest of the , ^ producer onlv. / ANNUAL TURNOVER - - £300...
SHIPPING NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
t - — I SHIPPING NEGLECT. NUMRuous^jmiplmnts are made about tlie dilatoriness of tlie North Coast Ooaipany in letting the public know the times of arrival and departure qf their steamer from the Bel linger.- ? - In Bellingen there is a happygo lucky system of finding' 'out for yourself, and many passengers from the upper river have goiie via Coff's Harbor in preference to being humbugged here. The postmaster at liellin gen places the information on the board as aoou as he 'receives it. but. very' often it is for warded to him too late to be of any use to intending passengers, or those wishing to use Wis steamer's mail. -The Company should do something to reuicdy this lax state of affairs at once,- as it means a loss to them.
THE DAIRYING DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
THE DAIRYING DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ItALEKiH SUN; Sir,— I did not intend to write so soon after my last,- but Mr. I5arr: has brpn rather warm in his reply, and as T will he from homo for two or three weeks, please nccept that as an excuse. I still -main- tain it is the low price we are getting for imilk that is causing such a sinall quant ity, to be'sqnt to U'e factory, and I am quite sure that it would not be long be fore .thero are 250 gallons, if not more, going daily to the separator. I admit it j'will not be while we get from -id. to ;jd. jier gallon less than other people. I A^ain, Mr. Barr says it takes three gallons of Bowra ,'niilk for ono pound of butter. Now, we all know it only takes 2i gal lons for a 8;5 test, and as the liowra milk averaged, that test, how can it take 3 gallons ? I may mention that our re spected townsman, Mr. W. Barry, whose word can lie relied on, was speaking to Mr. Foley in Sydney, and he (Mr. Foley) : said that the cream he got from Bowra w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
A HIGH CHURCH ^ - . 1 DIGNITARY. v_, The Right. PicvSl'cnd Mpnsigno,. O'rien, Rector of St.^ltOhn's^ 'So lege, Sydney, has expresse his opinion of - ' ? loa^by's 'wahoo'^ ? in the followiiuf terms. DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. . ,t ? ? , - „ St. John s College. * Sydney,' Dee. ir-,:lSn7. . Dear Sirs, — 3 A trinj of Lwsby's Waihio ' has fully convinccd mc nf its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion.' ? -(s'n»ed) Jam i:s. J. 0' H ri kn. I 'J'o Loasliv's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co. LOASBY'S ' WAHOO Can.be obtained from all chem ists, price 2/(1, or post free from the sole manufacturers and pro prietors, ? ' . Loashy's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co,', Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY.
YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
YARNS. RK3HT AWAY FROM THE SUN. ' Poor, but the gentleman still ' will very aptly describe the position. New South Wales occupies under her efforts to keep up a good appearance before her well-to-do. neighboring colonies, but the weariness of the position is telling on her vital powers. While her sister colonies are nursing their industries and protect ing their producers from foreign, compe tition, New South Wales is encouraging the industries of foreign producers, and opening her markets to their industries : and while our. Preni'er. Reid is. pi;pclaiin-, :ing-the^ .glbVioiis results to come. from the foreign invasion of our home markets, our Minister in charge of agriculture is frantically .striving to find other markets to make good the home marjeet Reid has given away. The policy of - New South Wales is that of a parent who is infinitely more generous to strangers than to its. own children, The most solid and per manent foundation of a nation's great n.css. will, be fqnnd in it...
CRICKET. THE TEACHERS v. BELLINGER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 11 March 1898
CRICKET. . THE TEACHERS v. BELLINGER ; , river. ; ? -WiiATiproved lo be one of the most exciting and evenly contested matches of the season was played on the Bellingen IJark wicket, on ; Saturday last, the con testants .being, a, 'combined Teachers' eleven a|id a team representing the Bel linger district, uotli teams looked very - Strong ;'oii -paper,', and a good game was anticipated, each side having its snpr porters, ^although the prevailing opinion appeared to be that the Teachers would win., .'Considerable, interest was takeh.in tlie match, as witnessed by the fact that; notwithstanding- the unfavorable aspect of the weather, over' 100 'spectators put :n ail appearance. on the ; ground. Heavy showers fell during the moriiiiig, :and it w,as^ late when'. play commenced: ; Brinei;, Matthews, Tyson, and G. England were absent from the Bellinger team, and their places were filled by Johnstone, McGeary, ? Jfiy, and Sniythc. Gbttens'.wps the ab - seiij.ee from. i the Tea'cliers. McLac...
MACKSVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
MACKSVILLE. [KKOM OOlt OWN CORRESPONDENT. J I have not much n'ows to send from Sleepy Hollow. There was- 11 Church of England Sun day ? School picnic Ircld in tho School of Arts Inst Tuesday, and it i Qicat success. After old. and young hud had their fill -of fun and frolic — with kiss in: the ring, jolly miller, ami lute of other games — they nil -adjourned to the Church, the. Rev-. 0. 13. Burgess leading. The prizes were then given out to the Sunday . School children, and they wero received Avich great satisfaction.- The funds were ^raised last 'Christnias by means of a '..Xmas-treo and ball. The North Coast Steam Navigation' 'Company is acting in. a fair way to crush ?out all the industries on this river. We get a steamer when none of the other livers want it. ; As for perishable goods they have to he carted away 30 miles to Jersey ville. Then, as for getting goods from Sydney, we have to order them a month before we want them. Fruit and other- perishable articles the Company has...
CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
CO-OPERATION. Those who have read of the wonders worked by co-operation in different parts of the world (says The Co-operator ) will unquestionably decide that the long con tinued aloftness of New South Wales from the acceptance of its principles has been well-nigh contemptible. But in justice to those old-fashioned people who presume to judge without proper exami nation, it may be conceded that they are sincere in thinking that co-operation tends to restrain a healthy rivalry, find thus be objectionable, the 'suspicious argument being the only they are able to rise. But this objection is a fallacious one. The rivalry certainly is modified, but beneficially so, and co-operation is the means of removing many obstacles, in the way of prosperity. However, this apathy is striking its tents, and com mercial enlightments is displaying ignor ance. Happily we hava reached tho* stage when we do not need to look to other countries for records. We liave seen a wool-selling co-operative company...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
Sunlight Flashes. Tiiitbuoii Tiii-i WiiiK. SvuKfiv; Wednesday. Tub dead liody of a niail ' named Cusack; wlio coiiiniitt'ed Siticidi!; has been found in' n brickyard at l-'tirruniatta. The Victorian Australian Natives As sociation has. unanimously decided in favor of the Commonwealth Bill, and wiH strongly advocate its a'cceptii'irce by tho electors. The New .South Wales Government has determined to post li copy of tho Conimoiiwcaltli Bill; together \Vith' easily understood stininiiiry; to every olector on the roll, which means that about three hundred thousand copies will be printed; It is generally understood that the bill will not be submitted to the people until the middle or the end of June, and then simultaneously with the i oiling for the general election. Miss Downey, postmistress at Claren don, Victoria, shot herself dead, yester day; whilst suffering fro in melancholia caused by ill hdaltli; Mrs: Cathe'riiie Mcllaiioii died at Rosewater,- South Australia; aged 108. The Vic...
LUCERNE PADDOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
LUCERNE PADDOCKS. Tun proper treatment of lucernc pad docks is a subject of considerable import ance at this season of the year. Many failures in growing lucerne have been re corded, but the majority have simply been -caused by treating the plant badly the first year of its existence. It is hot a wise nlan to nut stock on thi- finlil Fnr at least eighteen months after sowing. Mowing or cutting is not advisable. I7neding-off, gently at first, and not al lowing the plant to flower and seed, is far more inducive to root devclopmout than either heavy stocking or mowing. Aftor the plant is established, however, tho flowering is essential, and the' stock may be crowded on, nnd out it off as quickly as possible, but not so low down as to injure the roots of- tho lucerne.; Where severe feeding is practised, the roots get trodden and nipped ofT, and, being very tender, tho injury to the crop is serious. After tho plant is established it should always be iii full flower before being cut. Luce...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
Brief Mention. Some splendid hauls of fish have been made at the Heads lately. ' Irishman ' : Letter would lead to revolu tion. Too hot for us. A corroborec and a 'circus ' have enlivened things a little this week in Bellingen. Messrs. A. and II. Ellis have purchased the bakery business of Mr. Bryant's, at Fern moimt. Meeting at Never Never post office on April 2, for election of officers to Progress Mr. GeOt-ge Bnrr has the timber on the ground for the erection bt tlie buttef factory at Bellingen. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton, of Bellingen, died oil Tuesday night, after it short illness. Sale of cattle at liellingen on March 2G. Reail F. R; II. Baker's advertisement in another column. Robt. J, Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser Of pig 3 and cattle, fats or stores, in large or Small lots.* The thanks of the members of tho Bellingen School of Arts are due to the ladies who so neatly covered the volumes in the library. The cheapest shoe leather in. New Soutii Wales is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
rpo LE I'.— A Farm near Fernmount. Ap .-J_ plv-to- ? .' .' Jv' ALLAN. . Wanted. ; 'TTTANTI3D, a Nurse Girl. Apply to Mus. VV MATTHEWS, ' Claremont,' Bel lingen. , - - A Fortune to 'be. Made. WANTED at .once,.iii every local ity, a_6 intelligent person .to act aV'btir Agent, No special knowledge'- re»piiie-l, and williout intcrfering^' with ' |)reseiit;iocciipat,ioir. . ; An : excellent opportunity fo'r a, ca^aljie. ybuiig' man or lady. Address^ — MorsejMahu'fiicturing' Company, .3 Bed Lipi; Court, Louilon. E.C, Dr. Wilt.' C. Speece, HAY I N G been ^appointed surgeon to the eacon (late Taylor's Reward) mine, Upper ucca, will answer professional calls' from the surrounding districts. 1 ; T)r. Speece will pay periodical visits -to the various centres, due notice of which will be given Unless absent on special ca'l; the Doctor will bo found at home every afternoon nnd evening. MR. F. R. C. AKNELY, , dentist, 'VTTILL be at. Black's Hotel,- Fernmount, ?VV oil Monday Next; 21st instant, an...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, March 20 — Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham, liellingen, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ Taylor's Arm (Welsh?*), 11 a.m. — Mr. A. Palmer. Jtomra, 3 p.m. — 3fr. A. Palmer. North Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. R; Griffith. Sunday, March 27 — Taylor's Arm (Welsh's), 11 a.m. — Rev. A. . Graham. Maaksvillit, 3.30 p.m. — Hee. A. Graham. Nambucca Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „ ? .,, liellingen, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. ,T. F. Donnelly. Never Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Ilodges. North Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Monday, March 28— Deep Creek, 7.30 p.m. — Iter. A. Graham.
SUB ROSA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
SUB ROSA. Tins litis been told to us in .(he strictest, confidence; Kud we don't want it to go any further. It happened a few weeks ago, and is as true as the talc about the manufacture of little apples. They were busily engaged one night opening a long-nniiscd door, assisted; by a rusty key, wax vestas, and a warm Latin phrase ever and anon. At last thodoor yield ed, lifter n most promiscuous quotation frrom Homer, or Balzac, or Billy Blucshirt. sunnlied by (he younger of the twaiii.' When, gosh I Just inside tlnire reposed a large black snake. ; Willi dilated in'otith and nostrils, hair lialf inast- high, terror written In' fat capital letters on their faces, knees affcctcd as with ague, ami a general like-to-be-somcwlierc-elsc feel ing, they-gtized on the reptile.' Gradually they recouped, and took a grip of themselves, Said the stouter to the thinner, ' Get a stick while I keep my eye on him.' Tho snake, which liiid suddenly grown to a mile and a quarter in length, seemed to gli...
MACKSVILLE v. BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
. MACKSVILLE' ,v. BOWRA. - . Played at Bowra on Saturday last, and wot by the home te«m;'by .19 runs on -the first innings, the scores beiri!;.: — . i ' - Macksville. v. A. McKay, b W. Sutcis ... ? -1 ... ... 0 J. O'Rourke, run-out . ... -... . 0 G. O'Rourke. b Gooilwin ... ... ... 1 i). Welsh, b Eggins.:. ... ' ... ' (j F.' Capp, b Gooilwin ... f :.. ..,'24 O. Jex, b Eggins .... ... : -. ? ... 0 P. Ainsworth,. b Kggins ... . ... ... 1 13. Oroft, b Kggins ? ' ... ... 0 E; Welsh, b Goodwin ... „. 0 P. Byrnes, b Goodwin- :: ... -? ... ;. !-0 H, liall, not out ... - 0 Sundries ... ? ? ? - 3 ? Total ... ? ? 35 liowitA. W. Suters, c Jex, b J. O'Rourke' ...- :.. 15 T. Lovell, c G. O'Uourke.-b J. O'Rourke 22 J. Bradley, c Hall, b J. O'Ronvkb... ... 3 L. Ballard, b Byrnes . . ... ? 2 A. Suters, b J. O'Rourke'. ?' ? 1 H. Crossinjjham, b Byrnes... - . '..1 A.. Goodwin, c McKay.'-b J. O'Rourke 1 'J. Dalley, not out .r' ... -j.... ... 6 J. BiiVry, b J. O'Rourke . , ... 0 W. Eggins, b J. O'lioii...
BELLINGER V. NAMBUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
BELLINGER V. NAMBUCCA. The inter-district cricket match, Bellinger v. Nambucca, will be decided at Bowra on Saturday, 2Gth instant. The teams will be n's under, and it appears tlint both rivers will be strongly represented. Players are request ed to be on the ground at 10 o'clock sharp, so that an curly start may be made, ami the i(a'mc played out if possible. The players are — Bkllingru Nambucca. A. G. McLachlan J. G. Myers W. D. Higgins E. Ellis W. England S. Gilkinson J. Willett J. K. Bradley C. K. Partridge W. B. Laird H; Greer G. E. Itichardson A: Tyson W. Stiters I'1. T. Matthews T. Lovell E. I1'. Crouch i p. Ainsworth O. S. Itriner If, Clouuh H.W.Hamilton A. IX Suters W. Jay (12th) . E. Capp (12th) : K. -Wliatson (13th) 1S- Tyson (1-lth) Umpires. G. J. Henderson L. W. Ballard Scorers. W. '.V. Wilson It. Williams.
UPPER ORARA v. KARANGI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898
UPPER O R A It A v. ;KAR AN G I. , ' Played at ' The Cednrs '' on 5th instant, and won by 5 tipper Orara'-by O'wickets.' The scores were- v— Upper OiiARA V..-K-AitANGii O. Sliephard, b Piereie ? ... - ... ... 0 A. Mosclikic, b Picrcle ... ... ... g A. L. Walsh, c and b \V. Buchanan ..; 4 J. W. Gettens,- b W. Buchanan- .... ..; -17 It. Carrall,uun out. :;. ... l S. Fcrrett,ib Piereie ... ? .. .2 T. Ferret t,':b;: Piereie- . ? ... ... 0 F. Hoschkie, b Piereie- ' ... ... ... 3 A. Gormari; c and b Buchanan ? ... ... 2 E. Hoschkie, not out' ...-? ... ... 3 H. Iloscliltie, b Buchanaiiiii ??? ... ... 2 ','^'olal .. ? ' ... .. 73 Seconcl innings/,1 S. Ferret t', Piereie ' ... ... -1' A. Walsh, d'.ind b Piereie ^ ? 4 E. Goldspring, b Gower ?I:.'. 1 C. Shcphardtb Gowcr ? - 0 W. Gettens; not out . ' ... ? 3 A. Hoschkie, .not out .. -2 Total for -l wickets ... ? ... 14 Karangi — First innings. F. Piereie, h.o.w., b Carralh ' - ... ? 7 Arch. Gower, b A. Hoschkie - - ? ? . ? -1 J. Maston, b-Carra...