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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR; CHAPTER II. It was near six o'clock on , tha -after-, iiooii of the following Jay when a hansom cab drove up to the door of Lady Feo Latiiuur's smart little Hower-dccked hniise situated in one of the plcasautcst little streets. in May fair, and a young mail-gut out i-f the cab and inquired for tlie mistress of the house/ ' ' Not in, sir,' the butler said almost regretfully, ' But 1 am expecting her. ladyship to return at any uioment now. Will you conic in and-, wait; Sir Antony ? 1 know her ladyship will be sorry to mi=s. seeing you, sir.' As the young man paused oil, the doorstep and mused before deciding, the servant ventured on another remark, made respectfully, but with very evident interest. ' You're back sooner than you ex-, peeled to be — aren't you, sir ? I hope you enjoyed your travelling, Sir Antony ? ' Antony Peile laughed, and gave a little nod. ' So-so,' Weiidoii,' . ,he 'made 'answer. ' It got a bit tiring at the last ; so we determined to pack our:...
SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. We are informed that oil Monday Inst Dr. Ziehlke performed a delicatc, and critical operation on a child of Mr. Neuhaus', of Coff's Harbor. Though the casu was one in which chloroform was necessary, and rarely attempt ed by one surgeon, Dr. Ziclilkc carried it through singlelianded, no other doctor being available to assist him. The operation was very successful, and the child is now in good, health. Dr. Ziehlke has already earned a good reputation as a surgeon as well as a physician. . ? ? - ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
ri-^O LKI .— A Farm near -Fcrifnvortntv Ap .L ply to ?: 3 \r;LvN ' Wanted. ^ TITAN LEI), ii Nurse Girt. Apply/ to M lis. VV MAilllbWs, - Clarcinont.'' I te 1 - - lii'igen. . ' ? ' .; ;? - ? '?? A Fortune to 'be Made. WANTKD at .oiice, iii every locality, an intelligent person to act as our Agent. No special knowledge required, atid without interfering with' 'present.'' 'occupation.' An excellent opportunity for a capable young man or lady. Address— Morse Manufacturing Company. 3 Red Lion ConVt_, I/mdon. 10. C. Dr. Will. O. Speece, HAVING been appointed suigeon'to the Ueacon (late Taylor's It'ewilrdJ. iiiiue, D|iper liucca. will answer juofes'Sipual calls from the surrounding dist ricis. ; . Ur. Speeee, will-' pay 'periodical visits to' the various ?ientres. due notice of whioh-will be give ii Unless absent on special ca!I, lIre~IJoct.or will be t'oand at houiu every al'ieriio.m and evening The Raleig-li Hotel., , W1 LlilAM I! USH !?; i;L,.hayiiig'i'iikeirtliiir Haleigh Hotel at llal...
CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
CHEMISTRY. As will beaeen by advertisement in another Column, .Mr. Nance, chemist ailii dentist of: BoWra, is prepared to supply flrst-eliiss ili'iijp). and attend to dentistry in all its branches. Mr. Nance has recently been granted regis tration by (he Medical Board of New houtli Wales, and the certificate adorns hischemist's shop. From his lengthy experience in the profession, we feel sine he will continue to give general satisfaction.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
A JOY FOR EVER I WHAT ? THE FACT THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE DRAPERY CROCERY ' ' IRONMONGERY FANCY GOODS AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANT ? AT F. T. MATTHEWS' BELLINGEN STORE, BELLINGEN, TO BETTER ADVANTAGE '??:.'? THAN : * r ^ ..; AT ANY OTHER STORE IN THE RALEIGH ELECTORATE. T H E LENTEN ' SEASON HAS NOT BEEN FORGOTTEN BY ??.?:.,. F. T. M, ? ; AV ITO I-1AS ./IjST,, liEOEIVEI) 2 TONS 2 OF ' EXCELLENT FISH. Send in Orders Early to Prevent Disappointment A. & H. ELLIS, General Storekeepers, HAVE opened their new stove at Hellin gcr llemfs, with :a large and well assorted stock. Bellinger River Black 1 smith & Coach-building Establishment. R. & E JORDAN BKG to Inform their numerous [l'icnds anil the public generally tliat. tliey have established themselves as tihieksmiths and Coacli, Uuggy 11ml Will Icy i'nildei s in the ? shop recently occupied by Mr. It; I'ijjgott. Itellingeu, and trust by turning ou'c nothing but lirst-class work to receive a fair share of public patron...
SEASIDE PLEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 25 March 1898
SEASIDE PLEASURES. Away Mown by tlie seaside, A piun jCc|iaity ilwolletl,. - Ami annual Clio ioc-l-y fslaii-l. 'J'lie seusliore waters swellc, I. And on one'inoniin^ early, ? Four'inen n boat tliev tool:. And started on tliu ocean, : :'i'he si:hnap|ier for to hook. ; V:. IUit when' 'tl/ey'd cvossuil t ue breakers, ; The sea it ran so high ; At times tliey were near the bottom, At olliet'3 near tlie »kv. Saul one unto tlie oIIicm, I. jhink it is too roii!?h, . . And.of this Behnapper liahinjy, l''or this time I've had enough.' So they 'tui'iicil the boat around, And headed for I lie land, - , With willing hands and vigorous strokes : i:-.'l'he keel -soon., toiKheil1 the ground. ,. We- are safe now on the headland, To the blowhole we will go, Ami gaze down tlie 10c icy chasm, To llie rolling waves helow. ? --.XVIiilc't litis our little party ? / JSeside each other sal, The wind, from out the blowhole . ISIew away'ii hat. Again .wewoiita-lishing,- : ; lint they were hind to get f'- ? F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
A HIGH 1 CHURCH DIGNITARY. The Right Reverend Monsignor .0' I Irion, Rector of St.- John's Co lege, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of ' LOASBY'B ' WAHOO ' ill the following terms. - DR. 0!BRIEN'S STATEMENT. „ T , „ - - St. John s College, Sydney, Dec., 15, 1897. Dear Sirs, — A trial of Loasby's 'Wahoo has fully convinced, me of its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. : (Signed) James.* J. .O'Brien. To Loasby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO Can be obtained from all chem ists, price 2/G, or post free from the Bole manufacturers and pro prietors, Loasby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY. ' 1
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
CRICKET. The following; Teachers will meet the Bel 1 inger team at Fernmount to-morrow, — Messrs. J. G. Myers, W. Gcttens, A. G. Apsey, A. McGregor, J. J. Fnrrell, E. McFarlane. A. G. McLachlan, II. \V. Hamilton, F. Capp, H. T. Lovell, and J. Moclair ; with R. Williams and F. Whatson emergencies. .-' : At Fernmount, to-morrow, the, following players will represent the iBellinger-River in 1 match against the Teachers,— Messrs. A. Tyson, J. McGeary, W. D;.Higgiris, E. Ellis, \V. Mann, J. Willett, W. Englaud, E. F. Crouch, G. Wills, G. S. Briner, and W. Jay ; with C. E. Partridge and II. Greer emer gencies. WOOLGOOLGA v. COAST GUARDS. Played at Woolgoolga 011 March 19;. and won by Woolgoolga.by seven wickets. -. The scores were : — ... - - y ? . 1 Coast Guards — First innings. ? J. Hardman, b M. Sullivan rV;. ...? 1 I. Eggins, l.b.w., b J. Sullivan .;. .... 3 Geo. Green, c Pullen, b J. Sullivan : .. 1 A. Watkins, e Caldwell, b M. Sullivan ... 8 0. Alverson, b J. Sullivan... ... ... 2 G...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
SMALL DEBTS COURT. A new set of rules for the holding of i-Small'.pebtS'Cpurt.s throughout the col ?ony, with the exception of the Metropol itan police district, come into force to day, April l. All .existing rules are re pealed,' and (in -important alteration has oeen maae m me time lor nnng 01 pinints and serving of summonses. It is pro vided that plaints must, be filed with tlie registrar, not'less than'; eiglit -clear days and summonses sorved not less than five clear days prior to the sitting of the court.1.; A'.i special; provision 'is 'made to tlie ' following' effect;— ' Provided^ also that upon an affidavit being filed with the registrar that a debtor is about to leave the district to evade service, or is about to- remove or„d!sposc of, his goods and chattels. to .evade .payment, the re'g 'istrar may issuO ia' summons to 'the ; de fendant, which summons may he made returnable at any time ; provided further that it shall be served twenty-four hours before the hour of return....
HINTS TO ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
HINTS TO ELECTORS. There is 110 likelihood of Parliament being dissolved for three or four months. It will not expire by effluxion'. of time until about the middle of August 'ext. 'But before, the dissolution 'and general election, electors will be called upon to vote for or against the Federal Consti tution Bill. The referendum . on this great question will probably take place during the last week of June, or something like three months hence. The great essen tial is tlie possession of' an up-to-date elector's right. That qualification,' even . when once, secured, can easily be lost. Tliere may be change of residence from one electorate to another, tlie right. itself may have become torii or defaced, or it may have been mislaid. Consequently, a few words at the' present juncture ;;on electors and their rights should hot be out of place. Should an elector' have moved to a fresh electorate, a transferred^ right is needed. ... One month's residence in. tlie niiw electorate is required...
CHINESE WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
CHINESE WAYS. Rather surreptitiously it has recently leaked out that the Chinese use tea for preserving the bodies of their dead, and assert that a corpse placed in the centre .of a box of tea will 'keep' for years. The dissemination of this knowledge will not be too gratifying to those who have even the remotest idea of the cleanliness of the average slant-eyed son or Uon fucins. The are apt to be some persons ready to infer that when the body is properly 'cured,' the tea may be placed on the market and the preserved Chow in the family mausoleum. History does not mention this. But instances are 011 record of somewhat similar performances. The Chinese cook at a wayside inn al ways left the soup-pot uncovered at night,, and dated his diary from such times as a ' goanna,' or a cat, or a rat fell in, and was boiled down. The variations afford ed by this change of flavoring drew forth enconinms from the household. One day, a ' commercial ' wandered into the kitchen, and complimented Joh...
YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
YARNS. : il'lGIir AWAY FROM THE 6DN. 11 Ndt.VcE!' that' some Jree.trade '.writers .j ore getting.'a little restive because of the facts I'alii submitting for their reflection. Bi]t it. is only a bigoted, shallow man who $ili get angry with facts that lead him't'o the' truth. 'There are many per son's who call themselves freetraders from the mere fact that it is the policy of a party they desire to be associated with. That reason alone has been sufficient for them tO'proclaim themselves freetraders without further consideration or reflec tion'^!-' investigation as to the effect its principles' may have upon them. The 'protectionist,' whose idea of protection consists of taxing every commodity that is imported, knows but little of the true purpose and incidence of protection, and as a rule they damage the policy they are bo anxious to support. It requires an able and patriotic statesman to propound a policy of protection that will be good for the whole people of the country it is ' to...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Saturday, April 2 — ,j . Woodberry (Grace's), 7.30 p.m. ? . : ? Sunday, April 3 (Palm Sunday) — Buwra, 11 a.m. ; Fig Tree, 3.30 p.m.; ?? Namlncca, Heads, 7.30 p.m. ? Monday, April 4 — ? Macltsvilln, 7.30 p.m.. ; children'* service at 4.30 p.m. Good Friday, April 8 — Bellingen, 11 a.m., and children's service at 10.30 a.m. ; Femmnunt, 3 p.m. Sunday, April 10 (Easter Day) — Bellinger Heads, 11 a.m., and children's service at 10.30 a.m.; Fernmount, .3 p.m.; Bellingen, 7.30 p.m:
OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
OFFICIAL LETTERS. I Mn. .T. McLaughlin, M. P., has, ri--; ceivcdthe following communications from the various Departments in response to i ;i j-j-licat ions made by liim : — | From Chief Secretary's Olfice, stating j that his recommendation's' of ; Lower Bueea mid Arnkoon as .polling; places for thc Raleigh electorate, have bow, referred to the Returning Utneer lor report,. From Commissioner for Hoads, in reply to letter- covering petition froin i Messrs. Coulter, A. Cook,.'E.i Owens, and other residents of Simpson's Ridge, urging the .improvement of the road leading from the Bowm mid Upper South Arm road to - Simpson's- Ridge school. The Lands Department is at present dealing. with the question of 'es tablishing this road, and 110 expenditure, can be made until it has been proclaimed a public rohd. Since receiving this letter, Mr. McLaughlin ;-lins; written to the Min ister fo'r Lauds u'rging- expedition ;in ;the matter of the establishment of the road in, question. : . i ?-Froiri....
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of Day of Sun Serif . Water.. Week. Mouth. Rises. Sets; at the , ' Heads. i':vVe :-!? h :ar. ?' a.m. Sunday ... April 3 6 10 n 40 0 1 .Monday/!;/. ,4' G il .545 . 7. 3 Tuesday ... „ -5 Gil 5 44 7 40 ' Wednesday ; . 6 6 12 5 42 8 33 ? Thursday ' 7 6 13 5 41' 8 59 Friday * ... „ S 6 11 5 40 9 3G ? Saturday ... : V- .6 15 5 39 10 14 Mood's Phase.— Full Moon at 7.20 a.m. on Thursday, April 7.
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
StiMig'iit Flashes. TilRoudit i'iie VViiie. SvdneY) VVediiesdny. , Tub ilgricitrtural statistics show that the wluiat crops for tlie past season 'amounts to 10,548(000 bushels. This is the record for the colony; A fatal accident occurred rtt tho new Markets yesterday. Six workmen were descending in a .lift, which beiiaim! dis placed. Two of them, Richard Barbour and tlvan Roberts, were thrown out. Barbottr fell 50 feet, smashing his skull, aud he died shortly afterwards. Roberts was badly injured, but the others escaped miraculously by clinging to the walla aud timbers, Tlie Premier's ultimate determination to support tho Commonwealth Bill has caused considerable consternation in free trade circles. Rumors of disaffection are rife, and some peculiar complications are anticipated when Parliament meets. It is intended to organise a big denf onstration in Sydney against the Com monwealth Bill. The Times assorts that Lord Salis bury's vacillation has assisted the rivals of Great Britain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
Government Advertisements. Roads Office, Bellingen , March 28, 1893, SALE OF MACKSVILLE FERRY LEASE. THE lease of the above Ferry from 1st May next to 30th June, 1900, will be sold by Public Auction at the Courthouse, Macksville, at noon on Thursday, 7th April next. Articles and conditions of sale may be Been at the Courthouse, Macksville. E. V. CUOUCH, Resident Engineer. Department of Lands, Sydney, March 21, 1898. A TTENTION is invited to a notice in the ,,/~\ Government Gazette of 12th instant, intfyhich Portions 105 and 107 to 114, county iRitzroy, parish Coff, within the Suburban iBoondaiuks of Coff's Harbor, are pro claimed a Speqial Area, at 50s. per acre, .maximum loacs. 3rds. 37peiu, and minimum lOaes. 2rds. 18pers., for Residential Con ditional Purchase, and will be open to con ditional purchase on 14th April next. Full .particulate may be oblained at the Informa tion Bureau, Department of Lands, Sydney, or at the Grown Land Agent at Bellingen. II. CURRY, .5A-131. Acting U...
A BRILLIANT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
A BRILLIANT SCHEME. An extraordinary case of supposing I conspiracy has recently come under the notice of the Customs authorities (says the Daily Telegraph). At the Central police court, Mr. Wilshire, of the Crown Law Office, appeared for tho prosecution of two men, who, he alleges, have suc ceeded in defrauding the Government to the extent of £100. It is well known that the Government offer the sum of £50 to persons giving information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of any one engaged in working an illicit still. The brilliant idea seems to have struck some one that £50 would amply compensate for a considerable time spent in gaol. Mr. Wilshire staled that four men determined to act in accordance with this idea. They decided that two of them should erect stills upon their prem ises, and the other two should inform tho police of the fact. This plan having been carried out, the Customs authorities duly received the information, and, proceeding to the addresses given, found...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898
IN MEMORIAM. JONES. — In loving remembrance of our darling baby, Amy May, who departed this life on March 30, 1897. Another little lamb is gone To dwell with Him above ; Another little darling babe la sheltered in the grave. God needed one more angel child Amidst His shining band, And so Ho bent, with loving smile, And clasped our darling's hand. Inserted by her loving parents, T. and M. Jones. ;