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ROAD CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

ROAD CONTRACT'S! T UND'KliS for t hree con tracts were opened at the Bellingcn llnails Ollicc on Wednesday, as follows,— Contract 52/97-3, road Williams's to Taylor's' Ann. — four tenders ; lowest, .1. Goodwill, £112 [ highest, £108. Contract 54/97-8,- road Howra to Up|:er South Arm.— Kive' tenders f JoWesi, -P. Ifcn nessey,- £81 ; highest, £108 Os. ? j Contract 00/97-8, road North Arm to Reach. — | Five tenders j lowest. J. Cook, senr., £99 I v.6s. 10(1. ; highest, £151 lGs. 4d. !

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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HOMESTEAD SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

HOMESTEAD SELECTION. AT the Bellingen -Lands Office on Thursday I of last w'eeki Mr. Adam Crich, of the South Coast, applied for a homestead selection of 240 acres, parish of Leigh, county Fitzroy, being portion of special area No. 39, on the Dorrigo. Up to date there have been 1515 acres of homestead selections taken up on the the district when a steady influx of searchers for land sets in, and to hear of their satisfac tion at the soil and climate speaks volumes fdr tlie future of the district. We have con tended that the Dorrigo country is unsurpassed in NeW Sotitli Wale3, and have much pleasure in recording settlement thereon.

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VISIT OF MR. J. L. THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

VISIT OF MR. J. L. THOMPSON. M it. J. fj. Ti(03ii'30N, Agricultural Instruc tor, from the Department of Agriculture, will deli vera lecture in Tyson's hall, Kernuiount, this '(BVidny) evening, oil. 1' Improving pas tures, layiiig down grasses, etc.,'' and tomor row evening he '.will -'lecture on ' Breeding, rearing, and feeding dairy slock ' in the liel lingen School of Arts. Mr. Thompson docs not profess to be nn orator, but he claims a knowledge- of his subjects, -with which he deals in an.'abln manner. .He is . the son nl'-ir farmer, an'd has been -under one_ of. the' best farmers in Great Britain. MIe' has had a colonial experience extending over, HO years, having , iirst lived in Victoria, then been in charge of tiio'Dookic -Agricultural College, i n - South Australia, and having been over seven years connected with the Agricultural De partment in New South Wales. As Principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, Mr. Thompson claims to be a practical man in the subjects trea...

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Local Interest. IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

Local Interest, IMPROVEMENTS, The public school at Liellingen has recently been improved to i( vefy welcome, extent. In nddijion to'a verandah on one side of the house, the fence around the playground has been paled, and now presents a much plefts anter appearance. Mr. G. E. Moore is the contractor for the work, and it is being com pleted most satisfactorily.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

[ Thk sentencing of Harkikt Cleave, the i notorious procurer of abortion, to six | years' imprisonment for manslaughter in connection witli the death of a woman, has again drawn the attention of the au I thorities to the need for more stringent i laws to stay the hand of the murderer who comes dressed in the garb of a medical institute. It is not a matter which affecLs the medical profession only, uii t' (L ill » ux « ca tuy pfuieuut/u in nuifiuzi ity. It affects the whole. of the public. Brazenly situated in the cities, and often cropping up in the 'country towns, are the means for the destruction of .human life. There are scores of poor creatures who are led into these traps, and there appears to be no power to stop persons from pursuing their evil practices until they are proved to be absolutely guilty of manslaughter or murder. We do not know how far the present Government, or any other Government, is responsible for the vile practices that are occurring in this colony. We suppo...

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ORARA TALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

pRARA TALES. Oh dear, oh dear :! It must be dread fill to live out in that place called the . Cirara,;! . Well, Mr. Editor, it is not often- 1, trouble you, and I. made: up my mind that I would send along these iteins. Now, a sort of gentleman cocky has a : contract on the road, and right alongside the work is a farmhouse. -A great many ilnnrro f.luo/-riMrv/iA«-i'onlrtt'wnnfnf1 in ilia' way of gear,' etc., to carry out the AV.ork, j lie was. about to borrow from next door, ? and had made a fair start at borrowing. One of the men (altogether there was only two, one was.a partner'and the other got 7^..per..woek)'loft''thd'work, and told Ma y- Ann, -that Albert was . spending too | n utlr time with the farmer's wife. :That i .was enough. Mrs. Cocky Contractor i ?harnassed up herself and her liorse, and oft, she went to crucify thiB ; uiifortunato .poor young-woman, who was ever ready to hold her own. Wetl, she got- there, opened fire, and wanted to know' right away . what . nght , she ...

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OFF TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

OFF TO AMERICA. Mn, Joseph Mitrpjiy, of the Hampden Hotel, Coramba, who is one of a syndicate who have patented a prospecting dish, left for Sydney last week en route for America. Mr. Murphy sailed from Sydney on Monday last, and intends going as near Klondyke as is necessary, to place the patent before the miners there. We wish the host of the Hampden every success in his undertaking, and will be pleased to be present at his 11 Welcome;honie' after lie lias 'scooped tlie pool' on behalf of his company.

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TAYLOR'S ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

TAYLOR'S ARM. The tea-meeting, concert, and ball (writes a correspondent) held at Mr. J. Huttmnn's by the Roman Catholics of . .this district, on tlie 4th instant, was a most'successful function, and reflected great credit on all connected with it. The following contributed to the even ing's entertainment,— Mr. Gray, 'In ' Ik'nu eWnn't&e K.. 'i ? M A-i.l.:. uin/ac aiiciiiviuo uj iriiu wuj, illiu - 'Nolan' ''Mr. Harrison, 'George, tell me if' you lore me,' nnd, as an encore, ' To a fine old Irish gentleman ' ; Mr. K Nott; Alabama song aiid dance (en cored) ; Mr. Welsh, recitation ; Mr. Gill, ' Take' this message to my mother,' and 'The mistletoe bough ' ; MissMcMoran, clunib-bell exercise ; Mi-. A. Nott, a3 a bold, black man, song and dance and ' Good boy,' Harry,' both of which were dc'Servedly Encored ; Mr. 0. Johnson, recitation; Mr. S. Waters,' song ; Mr. Notley, recitation ; Mr. McNotiiara, hornpipe and reel ; Mr. Hourigan, 'The Irish jubilee,' and, as an encore, ' Just ...

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DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

DENTISTRY' Mit. l'V R. C. A nn i-'.f.y , the well-known dentist, notifies that lie will be at Black's hotel, FernrabUnt, for three days from the 2 1st instant. Pressure of business on the Hastings, Manning, and Macleay has pre vented Sir. Annely returning to the Bellinger earlier. We congratulate him on the success and fame he has achieved during his tour.

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A SALVAGE CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

A SALVAGE CLAIM. In Sydney, last Thursday, Sir Fred erick Darley, sitting as Judge. Commis- sary of the Viec-Admirality Court, heard a suit in which certain of- the officers aiid crew of the coastal steamer Kurrara claimed £.275. from the owner -of the ~\Vollu uibin for salvage. Defendaiifpaid £20 into court lis sufficient' to meet the claim. It appeared tlmton the morning of, January .17, 1S97, the Kurrara, which is under charter 'to Mr. G. W. Nieoll, the owner of the - W ollumbin, picked up the latter vessel off Smoky Cape, iu a disabled condition, her engines haying broken down. Evidence was given in support of the claim to show that some hours aFter the Wolluuibin was taken in tow a south-easterly gale came up, and the Ktirrara, to prevent the possibility of the 'Wollunibiii getting adrift on a lee .shore, put out .to sea, aiid, after a good deal of. difficulty and no little risk, slie got' safely into Sydney with' her. crippled charge on the night of January, 11. 'The defendant...

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OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

OFFICIAL LETTERS. Mr. J. McLaughlin, M.P., has for warded us the following communications for publication : — From the Postal Department, in refer ence to resolution passed at a public meeting in Bellingen, urging that the. erection of a new po3t and telegraph office at that place be proceeded with without- delay, and stating , that it: has been decided to at once call for tenders for the work. . From Roads' Department, respecting I tlie proposed 'deviation in the road frpni - the Coast roacl at Marx Hill. The ques tion of making the deviation will be fur ther considered when the bridge at the foot of the hill requires renewing. . [A careful examination of this bridge leads ns to believe the deviation will be mado some time well into the next century.- — Ed. U.S. 2 From Postal Department, stating that afurthercommunicatlon will bo addressed to our member as soon as a decision has been arrived at, in the matter of inviting tenders for the conveyance of the steam er's mail between Bel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

A HIGH CHURCH DIGNITARY. ' The Right Ilcvcrciul Monsignor. O'lirien, Ucctor o£ St. John's Co lege, Sydney, has expressed his opinion o£ LOASllY'S 'WAMOO-' in the following termB.-' ? DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. ' ' , ' St. John e College, ? ? ? ' ; Sydney, l)ec. 15, 1897. Dear Sirs,— ' '? A trial of Lonsby's ' W'AllOO ' has fully convinced. mo of its px&eptional 'merits- as _a'romeily- for In(ligcRtion.':' ? (Signed) JAlifES. J.'O'HiilKlj, To Loasbv's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co. LOA$BY:S''' WAHOO '' '.'- i . Can be obtained from all chem ists, price 2/0, 'or post free 'froiji the solfc manufacturers alitl pro prietors, ' ' Loasby's 'Wahoo'. M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY. '

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NEW IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 18 March 1898

NEW IDEA. Miss Hsau, a young lady belonging to one of the aristocratic families of Loo cliuw, has evolved ai new idea. ? She has married a red flower vase, this .vase hoi ng; liiade- a substitute for tho' son of 'Lri' Jonhsning, LibatiOnor, oivYiceChancel lor of Pekin, and a former Optimus of the Uanlm Academy; It nppears that, tho son of tho Libationer died last win ter; a few days boforo . his contemplated marriage with tlie young lady, nnd tho lattor .vowed that sho would never marry, lmt.be an inmate of tho brotherhood's family, where sho could observe hor widowr|iood. Hence the marriago cero monyjh question. There is a suggestion to memQi'alisc Jthe Throne for a great arch to he bnilt in Soochow to commem morate tho virtue of Miss Hsau.

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CRICKET. BELLINGEN v. ROWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

CRICKET. BELLING UN V. HOW HA. ! rirAYF.i) on Belliiifreri I'ark last Sataril.i.v, ilid won by Bellingen by 8 wiiikets. For the winners, tlronch anil Wills bowled well, and Rriner, Hamilton, and Wills playe-1 ^ooil uricket for their runs. The fielding was very Hood. Hattersley's especially. W. Kilters was in yood form with hat. and ball. The follow ing are the scores : — 150WRA— First innings. ' . W. Paters, l.b.w., b Crouch ... ... 17 L. W. Hallaril, b:Orouch ... ... ' ... 0 A. Goodwin, c. HaUersley, b Crouch ? 1» A. B. Capp, c Hattersley, b Crouch- ... ..1 J. Dalley, e Partridge, !) Croueli ... ? ..l.' .O It. Laird, h.o.w., b Hamilton ... . ? ? ..i T. Maloncy, b Hamilton .... ... ? ? ...,-] W. Hoffinanniinot out ? ... ... i A; .Siiters, c Hatl'eisley. b Wills v..- 2 I). Skiffington.-c Hamilton. b Oroiioh ?...: .. ] H. Jay, b Wills ... ..0 tfiindries. : ... ... - ... -J Total ... ... ... ? ... 1-1 - Bowling — Crouch. 0 for 18; Hamilton, 2 for 23 ; Wills, 2 for 0. Second innings. W....

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

// j|^|^ ' '/$ ''' '???'? T ? BUGGIES, COApMES, 'GJGS, CARTS, SULKIES, WAGGONS. E. RA.YMO'ND, 1 WHEELWRIGHT & OOACHBUILPER, BELLINGEN. / J:';; ? : The Best and Cheapest Maker, on ths North Coast-.. '* j'--.. ? ' - lr, HAS 'ARIilVED, per sliiji Hnnolnln, direct from America, a spleii.iliil^tijekiofj Jhi^fiies. specially select e- 1 for these ilistncts. Wl'IiI single-seal lmir^ies. iiie-Ti!!fii wei.ulit Painily, double seat, buggies. Ii-rht wai?K0»ettes. Hon:!, Ijmke. ami latnps.caii be added. All pellicles oE the very- Best ? seeoiiil-jtrowth' hickory, with steel l.ires. steel axios.... (ii.uiirantce.1. Work inriy be inspeeteil liefore paint is put on. - Skxi) rot: PmcB Lists. Don't 00 witiioot a Nkiv Buoor koji X.m.is. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. TERMS lr. NECESSARY'.'-- -'' Raymond is also opening up a lot of New Model Ploughs. Fame's shoui.d.see.thsjri arid secure one before they lose' the chance. . They are bound to. go :fast.'. .'r \

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MODERN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

MODERN AGRICULTURE. On Saturday evening liist nliont sixty persons assembled in the School of Arts, Bellingen, to listen to tin address from Mr. J.- L. Thompson, tlie Government Agricultural Instructor, on ' lircnding, lien riniari inid Fiu'dins* nil-kinds of Dairy Slock.'- M r. l'\ T. Miilthows, JiL'., oc ' cnpii'd the chair, nnd in ir {brief appro priate spwcli introduced tlie lecturer; J\I r. Thompson tliankod thos.se present for attending, and said lie enmn here as a prnclieril farmer.: He. regretted his visit, was only a brief one, but lie already realised this Was n most fertile district. He Hoped' to visit them on their farms in;hboiit six weeks. For two hours and a .'i'alfire then kept his iitidieiiee inter ested in his subjects, aiid we regret that want of space compels us to ciirtail :tlie interesting : mnttoiv After referring .at length to the lige at whieh cattle -should be allowed to breed, :M r.' Tiioinpsii'irdealt with tlie bitter 'complaints of tho London tanners nbi...

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

A HIGH CHURCH DIGNITARY. The Right Reverend Monsignor O'Brien, Rector of St. John's : Co lege, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of - ; LOASBY'S ' WAIIOO': in the following terms, ? DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. ; St. JohnVColloge, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. ? . , Dear Sirs, — - ? ? A trial of LoiiBby's ' Waiioo ' . has fully convinced nio of its exceptional merits as a remedy foi Indigestion. , r p '(Signal) James.' J. O'Brien. To Loasby's ' Waiioo ' M'fg. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO Can bo obtained from all chem ists, price 2/u, or post fteo from the sole manufacturers and pro prietors, Loasby's 'Wahoo' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SVDNEV.

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ORARA TALES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

ORARA TALES. TO THE. EDITOR OF THE RALEIGH SUN. Mr. Editor, — I see by your last issue that it is horrible to live on the Orara, but it is not so bad' to live -there if you do not try to make it unpleasant for yourself. When one think his neigh bor is doing better than lie is, lie tries some, dodge to injure him. I; met a neighbor the other morning. 'He. said to mo, ' What's been writing) to The Raleigh Sun ? That monkey, I sup pose, that was lost about here the other day. Or if not, it must be something ? like 'a weazel sitting on an apple-tree beg ging for raisins. If not, it must be the man tliey ciill ' Tlio Slar of tlie West.' -' As for the fair starts at borrowing, as many, of your readers will know farm swingle-trees are not tlie strongest for log-hauling, lis mine proves, so Lwent to the nearest neigbors and borrowed a double-tree aiid oiiu shovel,' until mine came from Coff's Harbor the next day. Thcii' T rotiiriied theui to the owner. But when a soft-headed ill-feiiipered ...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

Church Services. ; WESLEYAN. Sunday, March 27 — Taylor's Arm ^Welsh's), 11 a.m. — lies. A. Graham. Macltsville, 3.30 p.m. — Hoc. ^1. Graham. Nambucca Heads, 7.30 p.m. — ,, : ,. Bellingen, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Never Never, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Hotlyes. v North Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. 11. Joyce. Monday, March 28 — Deep .(Jreeh, 7.30 p.m. — Bee. *1. Graham.

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THE MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

THE MARKETS* Sydney', Thursday... . .John See and Co. report,-: — Prime' dry maize, 2s. 3d. ; soft, heated, and mouldy, heavy stocks, selling slowly, Is. 6d. to 2s. ; pigs, 5d. The Farmers' Co-operative Company,- -. Ltd., report, — Fat pigs market values much lower, owing to heavy supplies. Only prime light porkers and baconors in request ; for other classes competition depressed. Values now for baconers 4|d., porkers 4d. per lb ; store pigs very scarce rind realising extreme prices. Fat calves : Values ruling as at last week's rales ; sales have been highly satisfac- - tory all the week. Eggs, lOd. ; maize, 2s. to 2s. 3d.; dull. Hill, Clark, and Co., report, — Fat pigs' market very much over supplied. Sale3 very depressed and prices much lower for all descriptions. We quote : Extra prime weighty fat pigs, 50s. to 60s.; prime weighty baconeis, -4(is. to 59s. ; good heavy, 42s. to 45s. ; good, 35s. to 41s; ; light, 27s. to 33s. ; best heavy porkers, 22s. to 26s. ; good, 20s. to' 22s....

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