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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Friday, March 25 (Anunciation of B.V.M.) — Bellingen, 9 a.m., Mass.— Bee. P. II'. Ahem. Bellingen , 7 p.m., Evening Derations and « Benediction.-rBev. f.,11'. Ahern. Sunday; March 27 (Passion Sunday)— ' Baleigh, 9 a.m., Mass. — Bev. P. W. Ahern. 'Bellingen, 11 a.mi, Mass.— „ Bellingen, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and . Benediction.— Bev. P. W. Ahern. Tuesday, March 29— South Arm (Mr. Spillett's), 9 a.m., Mass. — Bev. P. ' W. Ahern. ' Wednesday, Match 30— 1 Fernmount . ( Mr. D. Council's),, 9 j a.m., Mass.— Rev. P. W. Ahern. Friday, April. 1— ' ' , ? ... ... Bmoraville , Stations of the) Cross.— Bee. P. W. Ahern. During- Holy Week Devotions- and Stations of the Cross will be held at Bowra.

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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Sunlight Flashes. THOUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

' - i ? i ?v.-n.-mrrnj, Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH the WlKEi Sydney, Thursday. TilK South Australians in tlieii' second ; innings against the Englishmen )iad two . ,o'ut for 267 ; Lyons 27, Dat'liiig 9*0, Hill (not out) 1 24, Reedmaii (not oift) 15. The match' was drawn. The Premier has definitely decide'ti to address the electdrs df King Divisio'if on Monday night. Up to a late hour yesterilighl the! bodies of five of tho victims of tlie eoU liery disaster at Dudley have been re covered, leaving ten still missing. The Government has granted £150 for tlie benefit of the relatives of the miners \y1io were killed iu that disaster. In the match between the Melbourne University and Essonden, the format completed their innings for 1094 runs; Edward O'Farrcll, one of the trustees' of the Roman Catholic cetnettiry; Rook wood, while travelling by train on Tues day night, iu company with McEvilly, ii solicitor, who wus proceeding to consult Mrs. King with reference to Her late husband s will,...

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

PRESBYTERIAN. - Sunday, March 27 — ? ? Never Never, 11 a.m. — Ben. T. D: Evans: Bellingen, 3 p.m. — . , . ; . Fernmount, 7.30 p.m.— -,, „ Warrell CU., 3 p.m^— Bev. W. If. Marshall. Machsville,7.30 jiM.— „ „ „ Sunday, April 3 — Karangi, 11 a.m.— Bev. T. D. Eians. Upjier Bucca, 3 p.m. — „ „ . . „ . Corumba, 7.30 p.m. — „ :

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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

THE SETTLING.: On Friday evening the settling took place 'at Mrs. Willis's Star- Hotel. Mr. E.-, H. Hitchins, J.P.y presided,' and, be fore passing over the different prizes, ho announced that after everything in con nection with the' meeting had been paid there woxld iie.-a surplus of £15 odd. This statement was received with cheers. After the prizes had been paid over, the winners aud others ordered refreshments, and tho following toasts were honored, — ? 'The; Winners,'' proposod.-by the chair man nnd responded to by Messrs. I. Gaddes and McCarthy. Mr. . I. -Brouggy proposed 'The Losers,' to which Messrs. S.: Waters and others nplied. ' The ' 'Visitors* . Ity the chairman, was responded toTby Messrs. -J. II. Hickson and -. others: Mr. Hiclcson then gave ' The Officers - 'and . Committee,' and Messrs. E; Hitchins, G. Patterson. \\ . Ezold, and .J.' Parry responded. ' J.he Press was givo'n by the chairman, and responded to by Mr. W. T. Campbell, oil; - behalf of Tun Raleigh -Sun an...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday (fifth in Lent), March 27— Bellingen (iSt. Margaret's), 11 a.m., and. 'children's service at 10.30 a.m. Quarry, 3.30 p.m. Bellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m. Kvensong nnd address every Friday during Lent at 7.30 p.m. at lielliiiRen.

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

THE BALL. - At Ainsworth 3. hall, in -the evening, n ball'was held under tlie auspices of the club, and was— like the proceedings of the day— a gigantic success'. The liall had been decorated for the occasion, but, if we will be pardoned for saying so, there were too- many ' decorations, ?' as they made the hall hotter tliau it other wise would have been'. Mr. 0. C. Jex was master of ceremonies, and performed his duties well, while Messrs. R. McKay and : J. Carbin, provided the music in their usual first-class style. Thoro must have been fully 60 couples- present, and they danced till broadliglit next morning, with only an '-intermission' ' :ot midnight for refresh men ts. Everbody enjoyed themselves,- nnd wended thoir way home wards pleased with themselves and tho world at large.

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

Medical. ?J. ZIEHLKE, M i-., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily nt llis DiSpensaryi late Royal Hotel, Fernmount-. The Doctor is prepared to visit any part of district on the shortest notice T. NANCE, CHEMIST & DENTIST, BOWRAV1LLE. Doctors' Prescriptions Accurately Dispensed. Dentistry a speciality in all branches.' ? Consultation Free. FRIDAY, M ABC II So, 1S9S.

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MACKSVILLE PONY AND GALLOWAY CLUB. FIRST MEETING A BIG SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

MACKSVILLE PONY AND GALLOWAY CLUB. FIRST MEETING A BIG SUCCESS. Fon the past two or 'three years; the sporting element of tlie Nambucca Riyef has been lying dormant — tliat is, in 'com- parison with a few years previously. But if anything was wanted to convince a person that the residents of our sister river were as;eiithusjastic in. this respect as;of yore, a visit to the Macksville course on St. Patrick's Day — a day be loved and honored by every true Irish man, no matter where his lot is cast would do' so. It was decided by the 'Macksville people that they should have a race meet nig, and, although they had ninny obstacles to contend with, they cprned out their decision with a deter mination that did them credit. A. meet- ing was called, a '.committee formed, nnd they set to work. A course was the first consideration, ami, after failing to pro cure the old one, Messrs. .J. T. Ains Wortlr and J. Parry kindly came to the rescue,' and granted the use of their pad docks,- and these c...

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

£10,000— A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK — £10,000 OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOW-ROOMS, On View at A. HALL AND COMPANY'S, The Universal House Furnishers. HALLS' FURNITURE is nil of tlie liiylieat class, make, and finish. HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during the past ton years has enabled us to extend our Showrooms and make them one of the Sights ok Sydney. HALLS' NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FOR 1898 POST FREE. HALLS PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, 501, 563, 565, 5G7 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET. Leave Tram or 'Bus nt Liverpool-street for HALLS. eTaL A NCE - SHEET. Statement of Revenue and Expenditure of the Pas tures and Stock Protection Board, at Port Macquarie, FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Dr. £ s d To amount of bal., cash in in hand, 31-12-96 ... 0 IS 5J Assessment levied on stock during year — 52,518 large stock at 4/...

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

! STEAM to sydme^ The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. W. Nicoll Lin . REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. 3 The new Fast s.s. Exoelsi or, 400 tons, I % favorite new s.s. V/ollumbin, 300 tons. g ^ ' ? ' ? i rpHB s.s. Exeelsiar leaves G'ott's- Harl | JL. ' Jetty every Sunday morning, at il'a.r and 'leaves -Sydney every J'j'uosday cveiiii The s.s. Wollumbin. also calls as .requm .Both ..steamers have ;cold ..storage- of mc ,mo-]ei n arrangement, and an impetus is n- given to' the dairying industries thrdu'glio J the district. The Excelsior is e]ectric-ligh( | 'throughout, and lias superior accommodatr I , for passengers. Steward and stewardess, ni , ladies' cabins and oilier state rooms on dot ! Fares' between Coil's Harbor' and Sydney Cabin, single ? JET ? 7s. OA!, return £2 10, Steerage' £ 1. ? ? : li, For further particulars, apply Best's IIol' .Coff's Harbor, or to , . ' . ? GHO.'W. NICOLL, ^Paeifie Wharf, Druitt-st.'. Sydney. Tlie North. Coast STEAM - NAVIGATION » CO xbliTBD. a SHE favorite s.s. ...

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

VARIETY FAIR. Moody's Hall, Bellingen. TO BE OPENED ON FRIDAY, APRIL 15, AT 3 P.M. SHARP, Til' Rev. J. Woolnough, Ex-President of the Wesleyan Conference. Open Friday & Saturday afternoons and nights. ? Promenade Concert Each Evening. 'PRIZE COM PETITION.— For best Loaf .JL if Bread, 28. 0.1. ; best. Pound Cake, 2s. Oil. ; best worked Button-holes, on linen, by girls, under fifteen; 2s. Oil. ; best Bouquet n't Wild Flowers, 2s. Oil. ; Table Bouquet of flnrden Klowers, 2s. Oil.; lliitcon-hole Bou quet, 2s. Oil.; liouqiiet Artificial Flowers, 2s. Oil. ; to the lady who can best drive six nails, 2s. Gil. ; to the gentleman who can best trim a hat, the materials to be provided by the competitor and. the trimming to be done in (lie hall, 5s. No entrance l'ee in any section. All exhibits to become' the property of . the Fair. Contributors and Competitors kindly send in nil goods prior to 12 noon on Friday, April 15. ' Proceeds in aid of the Wesleyan Parsonage Fund. For particulars...

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

Government Advertisements. Roads Office, Bellingen, March 16, 1898. rpENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of JL Petty Sessions at Bellingen, and en dorsed ' Tender for Road Work,' will be received up to noon on Monday, 28th instant, for Works oil the following Roads : — Contracts 66/97-8 to 69/97-8, Congarini lip Taylor's Arm ; - 70/97-8, Congarini up North Bank Taylor's Arm ; 71/97-8, Moonee to Congarini ; 72/97-8, North Arm Road, at McKay's, to Smith's selection ; and 73/97-8, Quilkie's down Taylor's Arm (south side). All speci fications may be seen at the Courthouse, Bellingen ; for Contracts 66 to 71/97-8 and 73/97-8 at Courthouse, Macksville, ami Post Office. 'i'uylnr's. Arm ; and for Contract 72/97-8 at Courthouse. Bowra. v- ? - - p. CROUCH, Resilient Engineer. Department of Public Works, Sydney, March 2, 1898. A TTENTION is directed to Gazette Notice r\ inviting Tenders for Erection op a Low Level Timber Beam Bridge over Sullivan's Creek, road Missabotti to Coast Road (Nambucca li...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

Brief Mention. The butter factory, Bellingen; is in course of ercclion. Read Mr. F. R. II. Baker'f! ijtiiil itr. E. Hitchins' sales by nuction on page 3. The Hosed ilc crossed in to the Bellinger on .Wednesday evening, and odt oil Thursday morning. ? ; . ,. . . . Woolgooia cricketers beat Coast Guards oii Saturday by 7 wickets. Full scores appear in next issue. Rom'. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser. of pigs and cattle, fats or stores, in large or small lots.* The following gold leases are ready for de livery, — J. Pumfrey, flu. 3r. 22p., and A. Michael, 4a., Moonee. On Monday. last, 14 men wore entombed at the Dudley colliery owing to au explosion. Three bodies have been recovered. .The cheapest shoe leather in New South Wales is Gillespie's bluchers, 7s. 6d., spot cash, at F. T. Matthews' Bellingen Store.* , A meeting iii connection with the athletic .sports at Bellingen on Easter Monday will be held at Barrett's hotel on Tuesday evening next. The Major-Genera! commanding t...

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NANA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

NANA GLEN. Our correspondent, writes, — There is not much else to record from' this part hut. rain, rain, rain; in fnct, it. is nearly, always rain ing. : There is a rise of about 12ft. in the'river this morning (March 9), and every indication of a still farther rise. . . Mr. j. Nicholson hnS a new find of gold about a mile from' Pont s. I am not |ircpared|to sny much about the discovery yet, as I have not seen if, and you cannot believe all you hear about, these new finds. Pont, is si ill .working, away at his claim.' The Record Iieign, at Tnllnwndjah, has. suspended operations, and a number of men have been thrown out of work. . . Great dissatisfaction has been caused here by tho alteration lii tlie ninil time-lali|c, aiid tho lesideiits hnvc sent iii il largely-signed peti tion, protesting: against- the: present timc tnlilc imil nsking fora return to the time-table In use during 1897. . . A monster public meeting whs held, here on Saturday .evening. March 12. , . Mr; T. J. Ja'i i...

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FERNMOUNT SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

FERNMOUNT SPORTS. Ox Thursday last (St. Patrick's Day), a pleasant aiid must successful athletic sports meeting was held in the grounds adjoining the Imperial Hotel, Fernmount-. The sports were carried out liy nil efficient committee, with Mr. S. H'attersley as secretary. Mr. A. Black had a bootii on the ground. and a circus Which was present helped to enliven the proceed ings. A. Faichney won' the Opening Hanili enp; and the principal evcul, the Fernmount Grand Handicap, was won by F. Lovcll, with T.J. Martin second, anil 1C. Kennedy third. Considerable interest was centred in tiie foot ball match between teams representing the upper nnd lower river, which was played in the afternoon. The upper river boys won by three points to nil. A ball in connection with the sports was held in Tyson's Hall in the evening. About 40 couples attended, and the affair was a marked success. On Satur day evening a number of gentlemen interested' in the sports met at (lie Imperial Hotel, where the vari...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. On last Thursday, March 17, the festival of' St. Patrick, Mass was celebrated in the R.C. Church, Bellingen, at 9.30 a.m., with a fairly good congregation in attendance. The Misses McNally were, as usual, at their post in the choir, and the Hymn ' Hail, Glorious St. Patrick ' and other antiphons appropriate to tne occasion were renueren very crenirauiy. The Rev. Father, Ahern prcached the pane gyric of the Saint. We might mention tliat the national color was greatly in evidence, and, although the ' iriple leaf' does not vegetate in these parts, there were very few. either at church fir sports on St. Patrick's Day who were not decorated with the im mortal green. , ? ?

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BOWRA CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

BOWRA CO-OPERATIVE SHIPPING OOMPANY. A VERY'large and enthusiastic meeting of the shareholders in the Bowra Co-operative Shipping f'oinpany was held in the Assembly Hall last Saturday, writes our correspondent. Mr. Graham occupied the chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed,' the chairman spoke at some length detailing his efforts on behalf of the Uompany .'whilst in tlie metropolis, which were received with satisfaction, especially the gratifying intelligence that he had seen the owner of the s.s. Billy Barlow, who was quite willing to take.jnvay the. maize from the maize from the Nnmbu'cca Heads at Is. Id. per bag. Mr. Graham also had an interview, on behalf of the Company,' with Mr. Allen, of the North Coast Company, but as nothing definite transpired the matter was considered of little importance. The following 'motions, were carried unanimously.— Tliat the puiitn's purchased lie accepted. That this' Coiilpany ignore the North Coast Company, nnd ...

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KARANGI ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

KARANGI ITEMS. Our correspondent, writes, — One hundred and fifty shaves in the Karangi Butter Com pany have been subscribed fur, and there is, I hear, a prospect of another twenty or twenty-five being taken up immediately. In accordancc with a resolution passed at a pre vious meeting, a general mccf'ng was called for the 19th instant. Of all the promised shareholders only five attended. They waited until after 5 o'clock, in the hope that others would turn up. A number of farmers are working some distance away, and no doubt thought it too far to come. Another meeting will be held on the 26(h instant, at 0 p.m. This hour should suit all hands. . . The Beacon Company have taken oyer Mount Brown gold-claim. All the land for a con siderable distance is [logged out for building and business purposes. This pegging is illegal, for the land was reserved some time ago. It is intended to survey it into blocks nnd to sell by auction. . . Mr. J. Denning has also disposed of his mining property ...

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Local Interest. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

Local Interest. PRESBYTERIAN: The Rev. T. 1J. Evans lias been informed by the committee of the Women's. Missionary Association that Miss McLean, missionary of the W.M.A. to Madras, India, will visit this district next mdnth. Mis-5 McLean, tfill ar rive in Bellingen dit Mditday, April 1 8, and will temaln till Thursday, 21st. Arrange ments for meetings wifl appear in n future issue of this ??paper.,, ^ ^ '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898

The visit of Mr. J. L. Thompson,- Gov ernment Agricultural Instructor, to this district, was remarkable for its brevity. But in the short space of time lie had loose on his programme at our disposal, he convinced his hearers in Fermnount nnd Bellingen that he thoroughly under stood his subjects, and lias nt Ins lingers ends a world of information which every farmer should procure nnd study. The past has been so prolific of ghastly fail ures to our agriculturists, that any effort to institute a new order of things should be studied byithem with avidity and as often as a line or a hint is dropped to benefit them, they should turn' it to ac count. To arouse the agricultural com munity, the Department with which Mr. Thompson is connected lias gone to a great deal of expense, and that is only an introduction to what it lias set itself t-r do in the future. The prosperity of this great country rests entirely with' the producers. The past always placed that axiomatic fact before the farmer...

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