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CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING CO. Owing to a meeting in connection with the late pon.v races, the Bowra Co-operative Shipping Company dirt not get to business until a very late hour, consequently beyond receiving what money was available very little business was transacted. The principal busi ness was the fixing of a date for holding an entertainment, the proceeds of which will be devoted to purchasing the necessary outfit for the punt. After some discussion it was lixud for Friday. January 21, Mr. Wm. Harry hav ing, in his usual magnanimous spirit, given the hall free for the occasion. The programme is an -elaborate one, consisting of speeches on politics, co-operation, etc., interspersed with songs and musical selections, and will be marie as attractive as possible. As the charges will be very moderate, and the cause a good one, a full house is confidently looked for. The punt will be brought to Bowra and moored this week. The meeting adjourned until January 22, at 8 p.m. sharp, when all ...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, January 16 — North Arm, 11 a.m. — Rev. T. D. Evans. Jiarrieton, 3.30 p.m. — „ „ Bellinger Heads, 7 .30 p.m.— ,, „ Upper Taylor's Arm, 10 a.m. — Ren. !!'. J/. Marshall. Central Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Rev. TK. II. Marshall. Macksville, 7.30 j-. in. — Rev. W.U. Marshall.
WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
WESLEYAN CHURCH. | Tiie quarterly meeting of the Circuit was held in Bcllingcn on Thursday last. A review of the quarter showed that there had been an advance. Some names were added to the members' roll. Macksville and Lower Bucca had been taken up as preaching places, and a Band of Hope lias been opened at North Ann. The income for the quarter compared favor ably with that of previous quarters, but there ,vnu ii rl,»fii'ir-n(-v nf nhmit. £:V miik-infr :l total deficiency of £20. Mr. Thomas Lean was elected representative to Conference. Votes of thanks for use of buildings were passed to Mrs. Cork, and Messrs. McGauran, Crabbe, Kerr, Goodenough, anil Shephard. to the au thorities holding the church at Macksville, and all others who have helped in similar ways. It was reported that the President of the Conference had written that he would visit the Circuit in Easter week. The meet ing was a pleasant one, nnrt the members left it more determined than ever to carry on the good work the...
BOWRA PONY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
BOWRA PONY CLUB. I A meeting of the Bowra Pony Club was held at Capp's hotel on Saturday evening. Mr. IS. Dalley occupied the chair. The treasurer produced his balance-sheet, audited by Messrs. W. T. Campbell and J. Daniels, which showed a deficiency of some £-1. There are yet some donations to come in, which will nearly pay all liabilities, This was eon BiucrL'ti mosi- Kaubiauiory, unuer tnc circum stances. It was agreed that had the day been fine the meeting would have paid hand somely. We understand tlie pony racing at llowra will be an annual, if not bi-annual, affair.
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
Church Services. i WESLEYAN. Sunday, January 16 — Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Jiellingen, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ Taylor '* Arm, 11 a.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Jiowra, 3 p.m. — „ „ „ Nambucea Meads, 7.30 p.m. — „ ? „ North Arm., 3 p.m. — Mr. R. Griffith. Sunday, January 23 — Taylors Arm, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Gi'aham. Rowra, 3 p.m. — ' Nambucca Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „ .. North Arm, 3 p.m.-rMr. A. A. Nelson. Jiellingen, 7.30 p.m. — Never .Never, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Monday, January 24 — Deep Creek, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. A. Graham.
STATISTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
STATISTICAL. At tho Lands Ofiicc, Belllngcn, for the quarter ended December 31, 1897, the amount of revenue received was £744 Is. 8d., the total revenue for the year 1897 being £4316 12s. 8d. In the Justice Department, Bellin gen, for the quarter ending December 31, the amount received was £12 13s. 3d. For the same period, there were 31 births, 16 males and 15 females j 7 deaths, 5 males and 2 fe males: and 7 marriages. At Macksville, there were 12 births, 8 males and 4 females!; deaths, 2 females ; marriage, 1. At Bowra, for the year 1897 there were 35 births, 23 males and 12 females ; deaths 8, 2 males and 6 females ; marriages, 0. For the above information we are indebted to Mr. 14. P. Baly, C.P.S., Bell ingen ; Mrs. Done, Macksville ; and Mr. James Maekay, Bowra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
- _r- ? ? ? . 1 1 fi ??mi m- ? rr— ? - n ? -T' -rf-mrf.tt7T ? FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY DAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OK RELIABLE AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE IN SVDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST, BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HALLS FURNISH more HOUSES in one week than any other furniture j dealers do in one month — 'very safo guarantee of the excellent finish of HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALLS FURNISH a 3-room COTTAGE, sittiirg-ro'om, kitchen, and bedroom, for iJlO 0s. Gd. 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 Pine, viz., Wardrobe with glass doors and deep drawer, Dressing Table with jewel trays and . swing glass, Marble-top Wash stand, Rnilf and Chair, £6 7s, 6d. HALL'S DINING ROOM SUITE viz., Spring-seated Couch, pair comfortable Easy Chairs, and se1 of padded-hack Chairs, covered in American Leather, ...
AFTER MANY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
AFTER MANY YEARS. ' Everything comes to those who wait' is a truism borne out by the following story. In June, 1892, a gentleman was on the Nam bucca buying pigs. The extent of his pur chase amounted to £308 5s. 6d., which was duly paid by cheques. In the course of time it was discovered that something was wrong, as the cheques were all returned to the sellers of the pigs. After a delay of a month or so, £100 was placed to the credit of Messrs. H. Mornn, C. r rank, and the late John Moss by the buyer. This amount was divided propor tionately amongst the sellers — some nineteen. Nothing more could be heard of the buyer, and the affair was almost forgotten, the farm ers making up their minds to put up with the loss. Some surprise was caused, last week, when Mr. Morau announced that he had re ceived word that another £C0 had been placed to the credit pE-ilessrs; 0. Frank, M. Holfinan, and himself, ;to be divided as formerly. The parties concerned are very thankful for this much,' and t...
Wonderful Results attained by Loasby's Wahoo in a Case of Acute Indigestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
Wonderful Results attained by Loasby's Wahoo in a Case of Acute Indigestion. Curtin's ISuildings, off Kent-street, Sydney, October 25, 1897. To tho Manager, Loasby'B Wahoo Mfg. Co. Ltd. Dear Sir, — I think everyone should know the value of Loasby's '? Wahoo,' and you havo my permission to publish the following facts. For some time I was prostrated with a sharp piercing pain in the chest and back, just be tween the shoulders. I was afraid to eat, and found it impossible to sleep. Small hard lumps appeared all over my chest. My stomach was mitch distended, and I w.as a vwiMm fr* A flnp.t.nr tvhnm T consulted was unable to help me, and it was not till I bail procured 'Wahoo' that I got relief. Thlce doses relieved the pain, and in two weeks I was quite cured. I really believe 'Wahoo' has prolonged my life. — Yours sin cerely, Mns. M. A. Grant. LOASBY'S ' WAHOO,' price 2/G, from all Chemists and Storekeepers, or post free from Loasby's ' Wahoo' Mfg. Co., Ltd., 171 Kent street, Sydney. W...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
General News..- ' Mit. 'Gladstone is 88 years. of age.. . Grain and buy should' not be -grown in - , orchards. - -?- ..... : To every 200 of the population m Hobart ? there, is one hnvver. . - . ? The. I-'i;iierjiltt'i-n ventioir ' will nieet;m Mel bfiuriie on Jaiinary 20.. | -! ?: /_ . ? 11 Ufisl,pi'opu'se lrtt- iJii'lisL'^the wafer'/alls at Tiiliiut'.foiygeiief.iri.iig.'elt'eti-ivii.v. Hducatian is .compulsory in -Japan, anil there lire soinethin'g like 40, UOO'puhl lo schools. , l'lic erection of a iliiect leleplione line fro'jri Sydney to Newcastle cost the -Department '£3000 ' ~ ? All the requisites.of a hrst-clnss t Hotel at moilerate charge -at -^Jigan 'S'-AVest1 -'Kc'tnpsey ? Hotel.* ? ? - . Sir Ho:ace Tozer has arinoiineed his intgii- L. tion of accept ing the Ageiit-tieneialshin.-oti ; QueeiislaiHl. , ,, . .., . . ? 'About' '£20,000 annually is cxpendedVin - Sydney alAncin'touneclion with tiio/Aiistral-v ? - inn squadron. . . * Eight ihm'ates of the South Austrahari Des- -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
!STEA!WB TO SYPMEY. i The Fast Direct Route. iThe Geo. wTNicoll Line. - RECiUJ-AR WEEKLY SERVICE. The now Fast s.s, Excelsior, 400 tons,: the favorite hew s.s. Wolhimbin , 300 tons. * s.'*. Kxcelsisr luiiycs Cults Harbor JL- .'' Jetty every ^uuday iiHH'niaLr, :vt i) a.ni., ? - and- leave'; Sydney every .Tuesday evening. : Thcla.a; Wollumbin also calls as required. Bolli ' Btcamers have :cold- !stoiagc: of most . modern. arrarigcnieut, and aii impetus is now given to the dairying industries throughout ' ' the district. The Excelsior is electric-lighted lliroiiRhout, hntl has superior accommodation ?' foi' pftsaenfccrB. .Stewartl.iUKlstcwariless, Mm ladies' -c'abi lis and other-stato;i'ooms,ou deek. r1?arcH between Coff's Harbor, and Sydney — _ Gabiiysi'n'^e'#l 7s..\0d.',.retuin JI2 10s; - Steerage XT.' ? : rr ; . ™ .?for further particulars, apply Hosts Hotel, . Coff!s fl!ubor, or to ? „ .. . ? G HO. W. NICOLTi, , -i ' ''Pacific Wharf, Drnitt-st., Sydney. The North Coast STEM!. * NAV...
Local Interest. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
Local Interest. ' CRICKET. The following players have signified their, intention to proceed to the Hearts to-morrow (Saturday) to meet a Bellinger Hearts team, — Messrs. G. S. Briner, H. Hamilton, H. Greer, A. Tyson, I'. Welsh, W. Jay, J. McGenry, A. G. Apsey, \V. Carney, W. Tyson, and ij. Jfi. Partridge.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
The meeting of the Federal Convention in Melbourne next week will be, perhaps, the most important yet hold in connec tion with the very vexed question of fed eration. The delegates will go to the Convention primed with reasons for and against tho movement as brought under their ken by the Legislatures of the colo nies, in which federation has been debated to an almost interminable length. There is much in connection with the subject that should be considered ancient history. r.. -IQCIA U.ll. T T ? _c ? t ... i in loi/u uuwi uijiisua in iruruuiiieni en dorsed a resolution passed at the Mel bourne Conference, providing for a Con tention, and delegates wore appointed to that Convention. After the delegates had mot, resolutions were passed in both Houses affirming the expression of opin ion ill favor of federation, and endorsing the main principles of the bill of 1891. These facts stirred the community at tlie time, and impressed themselves on the memories of the public. Yet some deny t...
UPPER HOUSE REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
UPPER HOUSE REFORM. In connection with the proposed reform of the Upper House, it seems highly probable, from what can be gathered at present, that there will be no very serious departure from the Bill previously intro duced in the Council. The new meastiro will most likely bo a fairly comprehensivo one, and provision will be made for pro hibiting the Upper House from making amendments in money bills. In tho event of the Assembly and tho Council not being ablo to agree upon a bill, some provision will be made for ultimate refer ence of tho bill to the electors by means or a referendum. The latter provision, however, seems to be surrounded with difficulty, and it may not be adopted if a any other satisfactory way out of tho trouble can be arranged. Tho measure will most likely be introduced into the Council by -Mr. Want. If the Council, as seems to bo anticipated, rojects it, Parliament will be dissolved, and there will be an appoal to the cauntry.
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
Interesting Items. A man met his dentil in a strange wny in New Zealand recently.- He was en gaged in an upward cut taking a pluck out of a sheep which lind just been killed, when the knife slipped and completely severed his windpipe, death ensuing in a few moments. ******* * Sin George Dnfns : Mr. Reid was a colleague of mine at the time the stop was put to the wholesale auctioning of Crown lands. The abolition of land sales caused wlint is known as the Dibba deficit, aiid iu future I itni going to call ? it tho Dibbs-Reid deficit. ******** The S. M. Herald is getting funny. This is what it says : ' A good plan to prevent your neighbors' fowls from coming into your garden is to place a number of eggi in a nest under a scrub at night, and remove them the following afternoon when your neighbor is looking — it prevents quarrelling. ******** Thus Ranjitsinhji : ' I appreciate fair criticism. Some newspapers hnve been sent mo from Adolnide, containing nothing but abuse, because I wrote ...
ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
ATHLETIC SPORTS. The athletic sports to be held at Mr. J. Laverty's, Taylor's Arm, on Monday next, promise to be most interesting, and should draw a large crowd. The following starts have been apportioned for the Club Handicap of £5, 130 yardB ids. . ' Lorrel ' ... ... ... 10 Sam. R. Johnson ? .-.-.-j ?- ? 15 ? . IUifus Dawes ? 10 'Cutter' ..'..v , .16 ' Sunlight' ... ... ...' 18 Percy Hudson ... .... .;. 18 '.W.Sheridan ... ... ;.. 20 Uncle Jim ' ..., ... ... 20 Joseph Johnson... ? ,-21; Morning Star,'! i V '.,22 . - . !' Commodore ' ... ... 24 Entries for all other events will be received on the ground. Mrs. Willis, of Maeksvillo, will have a booth on the ground, and atte»d to the wants of the inner man. A ball will be held at night. . . Mr. G. .W. Paulson, Travellers' Rest Hotel; G'lybucca, announces in this issue a neat programme for Saturday, January, ;-22, including a Sheffield Handicap of £7. ' Mr. E. M. Tessier is secretary, and he is sure to have everything in apple-pie ord...
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. Thk usual meeting of the Bowra Progress Committee was held in the Assembly Hall last Saturday. Mr. Wm. Barry, J.P., occu pied the eliair. After the minutes of the pre vious meetingwere read and confirmed, the correspondence — some of which has already appeared in The Raleigh Sun — wa3 read. The items of £1500 for BoWra Coilrt-house, with intimation that tenders would be called in about three weeks ; £300 for bridge over Sullivan's Creek ; and a letter to the effect that Mr.' Crouch would be communicated with in reference to the deviation at Stul i van's, Mr. CroUch was also received, promising im mediate attention to matters brought under his notice. In view of the immense' amount of good the committee is doing for the. dis trict, the lack of support given -to -the com mittee was very strongly commented on by Messrs. Lamph and Barry, secretary and vice president respectively. The following mo tions were brought forward and unanimously carried,— That the sec...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
Sunlight Plashes. Through the Wire. Sydney, Wednesday. The foreman of the jury in the Car ruthers-Lonsdale case states that the jury were satisfied that Lonsdale wrote tho letter. Ten agreed that it wa9 libel lous, but half of them wanted a rider added that no punishment should be in flicted for the reason that the press ought to be allowed to deal freely with public questions. J. lie thermometer reached 11,-S ill the shade yesterday at Adelaide. The heat was terrific throughout Victoria yester day. The maximum shade temperature in Geelong was 113, Melbourne 109. Judge Fitzhardinge. opened an inquiry yesterday at Cooma, under the Criminal Law Amendment Act, at tho instance of William McCarthy, who with others was convicted of being implicated in a whole sale sheep stealing case. McCarthy gave some sonsational evidence to the cffect that Constablo Hanna offered him £30 if he would make n statement that he bought sheepskins from Trainer. This he decided to do. Heavy floods are reporte...
CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898
CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS, ETC. We are in receipt of a pamphlet issued by the Central Mission Medical Institute for the Treatment and Cure of Alcoholism and Nar cotism; 'The Institute was established nearly a year ago, after thorough investigation and most satisfactory proofs of the genuineness of the method— which has well etirned the designation of 'The Bon Ami system — em- ployed elsewhere, and the experience gained here is entirely confirmatory of all that is claimed for the treatment as a complete cure. The Institute is located at No. (i St. Mary's Terrace, Sir John Young's Crescent, Lower Domain, t-y:iney, ami is under tne control ot the committee ot' the Central Methodist. Mis sion, A'itti a duly qualified resident doctor is Medical Director. Feeling that the reputa tion of thcCentriil Mission Would be affected by its association with the institute; the com mittee refrained from making any extensive announcements, by way of advertising, until an opp irtunity could be affo.-.led, b...