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RANJI'S REGARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

RANJI'S REGARDS. Benore leaving Adelaide, Prince Ran jitsihjhi took the opportunity of forward ing the following communication 'to the editor of the Daily Telegraph 1 — Sir, Please convey my thanks to the 'public of New South Wales, and Sydney in particular, for their hearty reception of myself on all occasions. I have received ? many expressions of good feeling in vari ous ways, both from tliosb who know me personally and from others anonymously, who have' expressed their regret at my illness and sent me their sincere wishes for my future welfare. Such genuine acts of kindness have made my sojourn wjtli the English team a very happy and pleasant ono. As I cannot thank them all personally, I hope yon will do me the favor of doing tho same in your columns. —Yours faithfully, Ranjitsinhji.'

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

£10,000— A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK— £1 0,000 or FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING DISPLAYED IN THIRTY SHOW-ROOMS, Oil View at A. HALL AND COMPANY'S, The Universal House Furnishers. HALLS' FURNITURE is all of the highest class, make, and finish. HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during the past ten years has enabled ns 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, 561, 563, 565, 567 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET Leave Tram or 'Bus at Liverpool-street For HALLS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

STEAM TO SYPMEY. The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the fdvorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. THE s.s; .'jSxccisier: leaves: Colt's Harbor Jetty every^ Sunday morning, ht';0 a.m., and leaVes Sydney every Tuesday evening. The' s.sl 'Wolluriibift! also calls' as required. Both .steamers have^cold 'storage -of: most modern arrangement, and an^impetus is now given to. the dairying industries throughout tHeJdistnct/',:The Excelsior, is ele'etrie'-lightcd throughout, and! has superior 'accommodation for passengers. Steward and- stewardess, and ladies' cabins anil .other state, rooms on. deck. , Fares, iietween , Coff's 'Hhrbor; nhtl, Sydney— Cabin,' single £1 '7s.'. Gd'.,' return ,£2 10s ; Steerage iSl;-''1 . ':i For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, , CoiBs Harbor, or. to . ? Y ? ' ' ? GEO, W. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Driiitt-st., Sydney. The North. Coast STEAM ? NAVIGATION « CO., : 1 LIMITED. THE favorite ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, April 3 (Palm Sunday; — ?Bowra, 11 a.m.. Mass. — Rev. 1'. W. Ahcrit. Bowa, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, awl Bene diction. — Rev. P. W. Ahem. April 7 (Holy Thursday)— Bowra, 8 a.m., Mass. — Ruv. P. W. Ahem: April 8 (Good Friday) — Bowra, 9 a.m., Mass. — Rev. P. W. Aliem.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

Church. Services. . WESLEYAN. Sunday, April 3 — North Arm, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — „ „ ,, Bellinger Heads, 7 ji.rn. — „ „ Borrigo, 3 p.m. — Mr. R. Griffith. Never Never, 7.30 p.m. — „ Saturday, April 9 — Cuff' is Harbor, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Sunday, April 10 — Oram, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Upper Bueea, 3 p.m. — „ „ Nana. Glen-, 7 p.m. — „ ,, Never'Never, 10.30 a.m. — Mr.J. F.Donnelly. Never Never, 7.30p.m. — Mr: A; A. Nelson. Bellingen, 7.30 p.m. — No. 2 Band.. Tuesday, April 12 — ?Lower Bueea, 7 .30 p.m.— Rev. A. Graham. Wednesday, April 13 — 'Nana Glen, 7 p.m. — Rev, J. Woolnough. Thursday, April 14 — 1 ..Cuff's Harbor, 7 p.m. — Rev.J.Woolmmgh; i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

THE MARKETS. Sydney. -Thursday. Messrs. John See and Co. report, — Stocks of maize are greatly reduced, owing to light shipments from all the rivers, and prime is selling at; 2s. Gd., soft 2s. 3d. ; we advise steady ship ments, to prevent- another glut. Pigs, 4d. to 5d. ' ' i ' : . Messrs. Hill; Clark, and Co; report, — Heavy arrivals of fat pigs have caused the market to fluctuate'; prime baconers are selling well, also light porkers, tho decline in values being most noticeablo in prime heavy porkers. We qnoto extra prime weighty back fat pigs' at 52s. to G3s., prime weighty baconers 47s. to 51s., good heavy 43s. to 46s., good' 36s. to 42s., light 28s. to 34s., best heavy porkers 24s. to 27s., good 22s. to 24s;, other descriptions from 15s. to -22s. We have sold over 300 this' week. The Farmers' Co-operative Company reports, — Supplies of fat pigs are heavy, and prices are easier for heavy pigs ; prime light porkers and baconers, 1201bs. average, are selling really well ; there is ...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. On Tuesday evening last, a meeting was held at Barrett's hotel, in connection with the athletic sports to be held at Bellingen on Easter Monday. Mr. E. Raymond, J.P., occupied the chair. The following officers were elected, — President, Mr. E. Raymond, J.P. ; vice-presidcnt, Mr. W. Brown ; treasurer, Mr, T. Barrett ; secretary, Mr. S. Hattersley ; banilicappers, Messrs. R. J. Smith and W. K, Bennett; judge, Mr. 11. A. Evans, J.P. ; reteree, lur. r. i^uepei , sianur, .ui u. .i . Smith ; committee, Messrs. W. T. Campbell, F. Doepcl, T. V. Eather, H. A. Miles. W. R. Hughes, C. 15. Partridge, It. Piggott, H. Ben nett, and J. Bacon. It ,vas announced that Mr. T. H. Ncuhaus had donated a gold bangle and a silver brooch, as first and second prizes for a racu for girls under 10. Nominations for the Bellingen Handicap and the Hurdle Race close on Thursday next, at 10 a.m. . . At Natnbucea Heads, on Easter Monday, a farewell athletic sports meeting will be held on McDoug...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MACKSVILLE SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

MACKSVILLE SUNDAY SCHOOL. Over the noni de plume of ' One of the Committc,' a Macksville correspondent writes as follows, — Your Macksville correspondent, in different issues oE The Sun sincc Christ mas, has made reference to funds for the Church of England Sunday school being raised by a ' Christmas tree' and ball. Not one penny or me money was raiscu oy dancing. The people who patronised the ' Christmas tree' were given the free use of the hall after the proceedings in connection with the ties were over. There is another error which! must not let pass without correcting. 1 was present at the picnic held in the School of Arts on the 8th, and can assure you the interesting game oE ' kiss in the ring' was not indulged in there. Your correspondent was not present at cither entertainment, and Bhould not depend on hearsay.

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CURE FOR INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

CURE FOR INFLUENZA. THE following appeared in the Border Post (Albnry), during the last epidemic of influ enza in that town (December 14, 1897) : — 'A qualified medical practitioner writes, — Having read all about the epidemic outbreak of influenza in your city, i wish to state my experience with that malady, and leave it to the public whether they wish to avail them selves of the remedy or not. During the last cpidemic of influenza in London, I w.ib en gaged as medical othcer m bt. Mary a Hospi tal, Paddington, and during the short time it lasted treated a considerable number of patients, finding that especially the nervous symptomB, such as headache, extreme weak ness, restlessness, etc., were greatly improved by the following medicinal treatment — I had an ordinary wide-mouthed magnesia bottle filled with boiling water, and poured upon this 20 or 30 drops of extract of eucalyptus, and made the patient inhale the vapor thus produced as long as there was any smell of the eucalyptus...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

ROAD contracts; I Tenders for the following i'oad co'titi-acts were opened on Monday last : — 06/97-8, Congarini up Taylor's Arm j five .. tenders ; lowest; M. O'Cdnno'r, £164 6s. j highest, £194 2s. (id. G7/97-8, Congarini up Taylor's Arm j six ten ders ; lowest; M. Kearns, £89 18s. J high est, £135 118. C8/97-8, Congarini up Taylor's Arm ; three tenders ; lowest, M. O'Conndr, £54 4s. 3d.; highest, £88 (la. G9/97-8, Congarini lip Taylor's Arm ; three _ tenders ; lowest, M. Kearns, £46 17s. 8d.; ..highest, £73 is. Gd. 70/97-8, Congarini up Noft.li Bank, Taylor's Arm ; four tenders ; lowest; M. Kearns, £64 7s. j higlieSt, £83 10s. .71/97-8, Moonec to Congarini, three tenders ; lowest, Wffli Cook, £29 10s. 9d. ; highest, , £33 4s; 3d, 72/97-8, North Arm road, at McKay's, to Smith's selection ; three tenders ; lowest, W. Gore, £17 15s. Gd. ; highest, £32 17s. 73/97-8, Qiiilkie's down Taylor's Arm (south side); four tenders; lowest, O. Cobman, £39 14s. Gd. ; highest, £62 9s. 3d.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

Demos hath a devil. The Postal De partment hath one alsoi There may be no close relationship botweeii the t wo evil spirits, but their workings are very sim ilar, On November 1, 1897( a public meeting held in Bellingen decided unani mously that tlie importance ot the town ship warranted the erection of a post and telegraph office. The same meeting recommended a portion of the police pad dock as the site. The Department im mediately recognised the claims of Bel lingen to a Government building, and for a time preparations to give ns what we are entitled to went along as merrily as the proverbial marriage-bell. A por tion of the paddock was transferred from tho Police Department to the postal au thories, and a promise had been given — dated November 18, 1897 — that as soon as the transfer was completed, tenders would be called for the erection of a suit able building. The promise coming from the Department of the most pious of a God-fearing Ministry, the matter was regarded as settled;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

Doctor for the Nambucca. rTTHE Public- Meeting re a Resident Medi _L cal Practitioner, advertised to take place at Macksville on S aturday, March 26, : has been postponed till to-morrow (Saturday) at 2,30 p.m. Good attendance requested. E. HITCHINS'. Thanks. ....... I BEG to offer ' my sincere ? Thanks to the many kind friends. for their aid and sympathy during the.. timc of my wife's illness ,and death. More; especially .am I , grateful to those who, at considerable incon venience to themselves, remained till the last and alleviated her sufferings as: much as possible. , 0., A. W. GORDON. Gieniffer, March 31, 1898. Legal. MR. J. R. WI ARRACK, SOLICITOR KEMPSEY, : WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required, and may be consulted by letter. Medical. J. ZIEHLKE, MD, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily at his Dispensary, late Royal Hotel, Fernmount. The Doctor is prepared to visit any part of district on the shortest notice T. NANCE, CHEMIST & DENTIST, BOW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

rpo LET.— A Farm near Fernmount. Ap X plv to , . J., ALLAN. . 'Wanted. : WANTEDl 'a Nifrae Girl. Apply to Mrs/ MATTHEWS, ' Claremont,' Bel lingen. v' . .. '. Dr. WilL- C. Speece, HAVING been appointed surgeon to the Iteacon late Taylor's 'Howard mine, Upper Bucca, will answer professional calls from the surrounding districts. . Dr. 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 be found at home every afternoon and evening The Raleigh Hotel. WILLIAM BUSHELL, having taken the Raleigh Hotel at Raleigh, is prepared to supply the best accommodation, arid tlie best Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Tlie Hotel has been thoroughly renovated, and -..?customers, can rely on obtaining courtesyiandjjittention. Good Stabling, etc. ... , ,';v - -WILLIAM- 'BUSH-ELL',' ' ... proprietor. Tenders. : ? ? ? ? - .- - sc, :: 1 TENDERS will be received liy the under , signed up to April 16, 1898, at noon, for the erecti...

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INTER-DISTRICT CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

INTER-DISTRICT CRICKET MATCH. ? The Bellinger- Nambucca match, which was 1 set down for decision at Itowra last Saturday, i had to be abandoned on account. oE the heavy . rain. This was a great disappointment to the Nambucca pcople, for it was very evident a tremendous amount of interest Was centred | in the contest. Eight oE the Bellinger team went to Bowra, and the Nambucca eleven put in an appearance. Notwithstanding the heavy rain, a number of visitors also Were in the town. The Nambucca players entertained the visitors at luncheon, prepared in Mr. A. E. Capp's best style, and it was thoroughly enjoyed. We believe efforts will be mailo to play the raatoh later on in the season.

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EIGHT-HOUR WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

EIGHT-HOUR WORRY, I Two deputations which waited, 011 the Minister for Ijiihor, last week, iind suc ceeded each other on tho carpet, amply proves that tho demon of greed domin ates -Labor. Tho first deputation repre sented tlie Operative. Bakers' Society, ana its spoicesnion pointPd out lo ftlr. Garrard that they wanted ail eight-hours' clause introduced into tho present Fac tories Aet, as in a number of places 111011 wero working. 12. and Mi'- hours a day. After.tho usual snulTle of sympathy, the Minister pointed out that in no ' part of the world had! factory .legislation taken cognisance of tho -hours of labor for men, but he would do something by-niid-hye if he could, and if he couldn't, how: could ho, etc. Following right' oikthe heels of these soarchers'after eight-hours, eamo a deputation fromHhe laundry 'proprietors of Sydney and suburbs, urging that the eight-hour limitation in work 'in the pro fession should be abolished in order to revert to the old principle of 18 nnd 20...

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Local Interest. MACLEAY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

Local Interest. MACLEAY SHOW. We are informed by wire tint the Macleay A.H. and I. Association's show was opened on Wednesday last at Kempsey. The number of entries received totalled 2300. The open ing ceremony was performed by Mr. Frank Clarke, M.P., and Messrs. W. T; Daugar (pres ident), John McMaiiL'h (secretary), John McLaughlin, M.P., and P. Hogan also spoke. The attendance was good, and every section - was well filled with first-class exhibits; All tlie hotels were crowded with visitors, and given fine weather a record show was antici pated. ' : . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

The:; cheapest ,vshpO'. leather, in-. New Soutli: Wales' lis iGilliapie's bliie'liers. 7s. (!iJ.', ^)ot. cash; at-l'\ Tv JlATT-lli:\v?i! itollin^cii ' Store.* Oeijaiuly the best medicine . Uuown . is fsander 'anil 'Sons'' 15ucalypli:.Kxtract... Test its oniineiitJy. jjoweifnl efleuls in conglin, eolils,'iiiH'aoiiwi — tho relief is instantaneous. In serious eases, fnnd -accidents- ot all liinds, be-.tliey wounds,; bums; scaldiiigs, bruises; sprains,, it is. the safest remedy— 110 inflain infitiou. ii}Xii,l?e! surprising .ettcctsgproYluccd 'in croup;, diphtheria, broneliitis, inniiiniriiition of 'the, ..lungs,-, swellings; .etc. ; diarrhoea, tlyseii .kiilneys^aniru Hilary orpins. ' In use: at, liospilals and mcdical clmii's all over the -{lobe patronised by bis Mujrily the Kin^ ot linl.v ; erowned Willi medal and dijilonia'a ' ' I h t criiati' -tuil Hxliibi tioii. 'Anisteriliini..'' Trust, iii this approved article, nnd rejcct all -others.*

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. I CHAPTER III. A (i u but to dinner two nights in suc cession whs a most Diinsnalexpcrieuco in IMrs. . Latimar's house, and . the fact aroused , some,: little cxcitement: in the breasts of the two female servants who formed, tlie whole of hoi' 'domestic estab lishment. 'Elizabeth, however, took the mutter very calmly, although the ndvent of her mother's second guest entailed an extra amount of .. work For . ''her.. /??- 'There were the visit to the ' stores ' the first ? thing in -the morning and tho return to Bloomst-iiry Square, laden witli the cheap luxuries which Mrs. Liitimar had desired her to purchase ; and this visit was not unattended: by weariness, for Elizabeth'' was not favored with even a penny with \vhich to:pay an omnibus -fare, audi had. . to walk both ways us quickly as. her feet would carry her. But, apart from , tho i l'utigue, lthe girl . was .not .aver-so from, either the errand or the walk. : Iler mo- i merits of freedom were so rare that sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

T BUGGIES, COACHES, GIGS, CARTS, J -i SULKIES, WAGGONS. E. RAYMOND, WHEELWRIGHT &- COACHBUBLDER, BELLINGEN. The Best and Cheapest Maker on the North Coast , ;? 1 |2J.VA8;~A K UIVK D, per ship Honolulu, direct from Americuv a sjdendid stocli oF iVtt^jifc.r speeially selected for these districts. Lijrht single-seat tiujigies. medium neiytit: Family, double seat, buggies, light waggonettes. Hond, brake, and lamps can be added. Alt vehicles of Too very best second-growth hickory, with steel tires, steel axles. Cfuaianteed. Work may be inspected before paint is put oi-. Send kou Pmcb- Lrsrs. Doxt oxy wiTH'owf x N-kw I'uuijy ko'ii Xji.is. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. TERMS IF NECESSARY. Raymond is also opening up a lot of New Mbdel Ploughs. Farmers should see them and . . secure one before they lose the chance. They are bound to go fast. clearance' sale OF SUMMER GOODS, FOR TWO WEEKS OiULY, TO MAKE ROOM FOR WINTER STOCK NOW ARRIVING, AT WM. BROWN'S IXL CASH STORE, BELLINGEN. Just Head ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 April 1898

Brief Mention. Heavy showers of rain have fallen daily sincc last Friday. ; Macksville ferry lease will be offered for sale on Thursday next. . Twenty million cartridges have been issued to the British volunteers. Messrs. J. Barry and Son's lending library, Bowra, is a credit to the town. The liellinger'Pony Club intends holding a race meeting on Queen's Birthday. Mr. A. G. McLachlan'is1 forming an eleven to meet.the Clarence cricketers at Easter. The Anglican Bishop of Grafton and Armi dale is expected in, this district in July next. . The contractor for the Bowra court-house expectsfto commence the building in about two months. Messrs. H.T. Lovell, Bowra public school, and H.C'ampbell, Camira, have been promot ed to Class I.     A', concert in connection with the Bellingen public school will be held in Moody's Ilall on Saturday, April 9. RobtV J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser of pigs and; cattle,1 fats- or stores, in large or small, lots.!', . i ; ...

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