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ROMAN CATHOLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
ROMAN CATHOLIC BALL. Time writes no wrinkle on the Bellin- j gor. The spirits are just as ardent, the caterers Tor niuusemeut nre rjuite tis en thusiastic, and the Indies areas charming and attractive as they were in past years, and it is no wonder that the annual K.U. JMister ball lias come to be regarded us a settled institution. Accordingly, it very, largo muster of youth and beauty responded to the advertisement in The Sun, and by 9 o'clock on Monday even ing fast' Moody's hall presented a gay. and festive appearance. \ The stage was decorated with - evergreens on'd the' favor ite Australian burrawong, while on' the benches 'f'ouud , the hull .there' was the iuteruiiiigling of .the 'custom'ary suits of solemn black ' with the bright and at tractive colors of the ladies' costumes, and in -this matter wo might mention that pale green and pinlc predominated, not to speak at all of the lace- and the chiffon. There must have been fully 0 couples present, while on the stage and elsewh...
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. A NUiiBERof more or less serious accidents liave occurred at Nambucca Heads recently. Fortunately, in Captain Whaites, the genial pilot, the Heads possesses a skilful and most useful citizen in cases of sickness or accident, and his services — given most generously: with-. out fee or reward — have been the means of alleviating much suffering. On the nth instant, the captain of the schooner Harriett arrived at the Heads'. On the previous even ing a falling block inflicted a nasty; cut on his forehead ami a severe gash in liis arm, 'which necessitated several stitches being put in by Captain Whaites. JIr. W. Pacy '.met with an accident at the mill, and had nis' second finger badly crushed. The Captain; amputated the finger, and relieved the suf ferer. Mr. , H. Weingartli!8 son had tlie mis fortune to break his leg ..whilst playing at; school. Captain Whaites was calleiPih, 'and set the limb; All the above patients nre doing well, anil speak highly of the skill an...
SH.P-BUILDING AT BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
SH.P-BUILOING AT BELLINGEN. JIr. F. DO'EPEL has Upon tlie stocks, along- side Cnhill's wharf, a neat and useful craft, which he intends to rig as a topsail schooner. He has been very busy on her for' Some time, and htfs about two-thirds of the building com pleted; Her dimensions are' — 102 feet oil keel,- 110 feet on declq 113' feet oveVall, 27 feet beam, and 6 feet depth of hold. Mr. Doepel expects to' have' her completed and leady for launching Jn ; July, ncxt.^ .I-Qen!, timber has been 'used 'in the construction of tlie boat throughout, her owner finding blue gum and ironbark the most useful. She is intended for the timber trade, being built K|itui;illy for the conveyance of logs, and will carry 70,000 feet on a Gft. draught. Mr. Doepel is well known as n'ti' experienced hand in ship-building, as lie has already turned out frfo stiilcrs— the Surprise aiid the Bellinger.' WHh his knowledge of what is required for flic bar harbors on the coast, the boat now on the stocks should be ...
BENEFIT TO MRS. CLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
BENEFIT TO MRS. CLOUGH. * Our MacksVille correspondent Writes, — A meeting ivas held in the School of Arts, for the purpose of arranging a. benefit, for, Mrs. (.'lough, widow of the late Mr. T. F. dough. Mr. E. Hitchins, J.P., presided, nnd Mr. 0. '/'. Jex was appointed secretary. It was re solveil, on t lie motion ot. Mr. McKay, seconded by Mr. Patterson, that, all present, viz , Miss Patterson, Mesdnmcs McKay, Done, Jex, Hitchins, Quayle, Willis, and Patterson, and Messrs. Hitchiiis, Patterson, Eiiold, McNeil, McKay, Qunyle, Craig (2), Hall, Cusiti, Kafer, lioWc, Uoulton, Bird, Fleming, and Jex, form a committee. Messrs. Quayle and Hitchins were appointed treasurers. On the motion of Mr. McNeil, seconded by Mr. Hall, it waB decided to hold a concert and ball on Friday,. May 6, and the.Iadies present were appointed a committee to' cafry out arrangements for catering for the ball. Miss Craig, Jlr. and Mrs. Quayle, and Mr. Hitchins were appointed a concert committee. The prices of ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
.... ? ? '? J. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF | SUMMER 1 GOODS, FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, TO MAKE ROOM FOR WINTER STOCK NOW ARRIVING, At WM. BROWN'S IXL CASH STORE, ' bellingen. ] Just Read Ms Reduced Prices — - ?' ' 1 i PRINTS and MUSLINS— Reduced to 3R, 4id., yd., lid., and GAd. DRESS GOODS — Shot'and Black Jlohairs, selling: price is. Gd. ; rcdticed Ji to Is. 2id. ? - ?' /? HATS, HATS, HATS— At Ridiciilonsiy Low Prices. ' BOOTS, BOOTS, : BOOTS— Bluchers reduced to Os. (id. and 4s. !5d. Ladies' Luce Boots to 5s. !)d: and 4s., ctc. A thorough clearance of ? this department, so come early and secure Bargains. . TWO WEEKS ONLY. ? I -§- 0 0 0 ^ (g- The Farmers* srz West - - - ? ©cooperative * ?a Co., Ltd. 1 Company of JSt.S.W., Dtd. ESTABLISHED 1SS1 ? ItK-OHUAXlZEI) lSIlS: was established by the Farmers.. to. Thp rnmnanv supply a long felt want, and acts as ^omPcUiy AGENTS in the interest ; of . the producer only. ANNUAL TURNOVER - - £300,000., Produce Salesmen ... ... Live Stock Auctioneers FHRIW...
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
ROMAN CATHOLIC. N'miilay, April 17 (Low .Sunday) — Italeigh, 0 a.m., Mans. — Hen. P. W. Ahem, llellingen, 11 aM., Mass. — ,, ? . ??- Jiellingeh, 7.30 p.m., Vespers, Serman, and Uenediction. — llev. P: W. Ahem.
A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. 1 'E annual Parochial meeting in connec tion with the Church of England in this dis trict wns held in St. Margaret's Church, Bel lingen, on Wednesday last, at 3.30 p.m. The Rev. Charles E. Burgess presided, and spoke most encouragingly of the progress of Church work throughout the district. He said it had beeii n successful year financially, as over £400 had been raised for Church purposes, and judging/by the increased attendance at all the services, an I the more earnest and diligent aiid painstaking devotion on the part of many in the Lord's vineynrd, spoke vol umes nnd showed the 'Church's influence -was being felt.-,, -Tlm ^unilny schools had increased . from thieo to nine, and all were flourishing. He reminded'! hose .'.who looked doivn 'upbii Sunday school teaching to remember thnt some twenty years ago three ex-Chancellors of England— Lords Sel borne, ; Hatherly, anil: Cairns— did .not think it beneath them to: come down to tlie simple work of teaching in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
T BUGGIES, ^Bj) COACHES, GIGS' CARTS, SULKIES, WAGGONS. E. RAYMOND, WHEELWRIGHT & COACHBUILDER, BELLINGEN. The Best and Cheapest Maker on the North Coast HAS AKHIVHD, per ship Honolulu, direct from America, a splendid stock of Rufrcies, specially selected for these districts. Iaulit sin-:!e-seat imugies, nicdiiini weight. .Family, double sent, liturgies, liirht waggonettes. Horn!, brake, ami lamps can be added.' All vehicles of the very b-st second-growth hickory, with steel tires, steel axles. Guarantee.!. Work may be inspected before paint is put on. Sunk for Pkicb Lists. Don't r;o without a New Ducky foii Xmas. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. TERMS IF NECESSARY. Raymond is also opening up a lot of New Modil Plough*,. Farmers should see them and secure one before they lose tha ohano. They are bound to go fast.
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, April 17 — Marrietun, 11 a.m. — lie v. T. I), lit a its. Fernmount, 3.30 p.m. — „ „ „ liellinger Heads, 7.30 p.m. — „? . ,, Upper Taylor's Arm. 10 a.m. — Her. W.ll. Marshall ? , Central Taylor's Arm, 2.30. p.m. — llec. If, ,11. Marshall. Maehsville, 7 p.m. — Her. If. 11. Marshall. Taylor's Arm , 3 p.m. — Mr. D. Moy/ord. Sunday,. April 24 — - North Arm, 11 a.m. — Miss-' McLean, llellingen, 3.30 p.m. — „ ,, „ I'enimuunt, 7.30 p.m.— „ „ „
BOWRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
? ? BOWRA RACES. On Saturday evening last a meeting was held at Bowra for the purpose of carrying out arrangements iu connection with the races to' be held bn; J une 22. M r. M. MeGor qiiodale-'oeciipied the chair. The following officers were elected : — Patron,' Mr. John McLaunrhiin. M.P. : nresidimt. Mr. M. McCfn-. quodalc ; vice-presidents, Messrs. .!. Lloyd and A. Knott ; secretary, Mr. D. J. I'roiiggy ; treasurer. Mr. A. E. Capp ; judge, Mr. W. T. Campbell; referee, Mr. G. F.May ; -handi- cnppersj Messrs. Lloyd, 0'Do'nnell, iind Devir; starter, Mr. J. R. limlley; clerk of scales, Mr. J. Daniels ; clerk of course, Mr. J. Devir ; official measurer, Mr. A. 14.' Capp ; commit tee, Messrs. Brouggy, McCorquodale, Lloyd, H. Knott, and O'Donnell. The programme, which will admit ponies 14.3, will appear in a future issue. The day will be fittingly wound up with a variety entertainment and ball. During the meeting a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. J. O'Donnell for his pnst serv...
BELLINGEN SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
BELLINGEN SCHOOL CONCERT. A crowdek house greeted the risini? af the ftlrtaiii at (lie school ^concert held in Moody '^.HalK;last Saturday evening. Every available portion of, the, large hall was filled, Imt HoC.niiconifortably,:and it must be looked upon not pnlv as a-desire to see, hoWi'the children:, VVouid acquit theinsclves, but also as ;an undoubted compliment'' to the popiilarity of Mr. G. ?J. Henderso'ii'and his.able'Ussistant M iss Haffeuden; .''Consiileralile ;attci,ition had heeii paid -to deeoraliiig I he stage and giving it an, appropriate an.d:pleasing- ap- pearance. The exci'lleiit fast'es of- M iss Haffenden a\id :M'(V#s^s^i|jj.»iVdeVso.ii, McKeiizie, Haiiiill.on( assi^tfvl Jjj'jiijinu}-. her of pupijcvjiiid .liueiijiecyi-ilioiied to ? produce a'ph^asTiig' i'lTect7jiTi(l they sjic ceeded admirafiiy. *Afr. ^TPJIattlieivs. J.Pi. iiresidedjjiiid '.introduced the busi ness of the rveiiijiif.' M]ss,,l-iden ope'ned the prograuiine-.witlraii-.ov.ertnre on the piano, manipii...
FATAL BURNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
FATAL BURNING AOCIDENT. A CHILD of'Mr. W. G. Ward's, aged twelve months, was -so severely burned, yesterday week, that it died on the following Saturday. It appeals that Mrs. Ward set fire to some rubbish near the house, and after a'time con sidereil the fire had gone out. She left the infant and auiolder sister near the ash-heap in apparent safety, but a puff of wind dis turbed it and a spark 'was blown on to the ?baby's- clothing, which rapidly ignited, and before Sirs.' Ward could stay the flame the 'child 'wns much burnt on the left side: Sfed ical aid was at- once obtained, but the shock was too great for the sufferer. The body was interred in Bellingen eemelery on Sunday. Mr. R. Griffith officiating at the grave. Much sympathy is felt, for Mr. and Mrs. Ward, as this is the third child they have lost within' twelve mouths.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of Day of Sox Sun Water Week. Month. Rises. Sets, at the Heads. it si h ' ar ' a.m. Sundav ... April 17 G 20 5 29 5 3G Jlonda'v ... „ .. 18 6 21 5 27 fi 52 Tuesday ... „ 19 G 22 5 2G 7 41 Wednesday „ . 20 6 22 5 25 8 20 Thursday ... ^ 21 G 23 5 24 S 59 Friday ' ... „ 22 G 24 5 23 9 3G Saturday v. 23 6 25 5 22 10 9 Moon's Phase. -=?New Moon at 8:21 a.m on ? - Thursday, April 21.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
CRICKET. The1 following Never Never team will meet Bellingefi, to-morrow, on Bellingen Park: — Messrs. A. Fowler, R. .Somerville,, W. Lean, F. Whatsnif, H. Renwick, A. Reidy, J. Rich ardson, W. Washington, F. Clarke, J. Lean, and H. Johns'eii. I'lay commences at 11. . . ; Macksville and Nambucca Heads met on the hitter's wicket on Friday last', and the game was woi^ by Macksville by 5 run. The scores were ^Macksyillc : P. Byrnes 7, A. McKay 9j E.''.0'Ronrke (not out) 20, W. -.Smith.l:. T.' t}illlewell 3, J. Martin 0, O.-'Jex 3, P. Aiusw.ortii 5, E. Snodgrass ; 1 , F. Eich maiiii 4, H,. .Hall 0 ; total. 52. Nambucca Heads : A. Taylor 3. S. Gilkitison 3, E. Kllis 1, J. G. Myers 14, F. Capp 2. A. J. Martin 4, J. McIJougall 2, W, Davis 5, F. C lough 1, D. Murphy 6, W,- vVhaites 3, byes G ; total 50.
BEET SUGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
BEET SUGAR. A i.Aiio'n acreage of beets is sown annually in France, and this is not sur prising. seeing that even ill unfavorable seasons tho crop pays tho farmer better than wheat, or any other agricultural product. In 1804 more than 1.700.00(1 acres of laud were planted in beets, giv ing a total production oT ] 8,400,000 tons of the root, or au average of nearly 11 tons per acre, with about 17s. per ton for forage and the riiaiiiifacture of beet sugar. From :')0 to 00 per cent, of the beet raised in France is manufactured into sugar, tha. yield being from seven to nine per cent: of the gross weight -tf the root. There has bceii less activity in beet sugar during the years 181)4-05 and - 18D(!-!)G than for several previous years, owing to the - boiiuty paid by Germany on sugar exported from that country. Considerable quantities of the . strong low grades are purchased for the United Kingdom, but the bettor qualities are kept for the home refineries. The fine white crystallised su-c...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
'BIRTH. , Capp.— On April .5, at the. residence of Mr. James Reilstpne, Beljingen, the: wife of Albert E. Cap'p,of Bowra, of :i da.ughter. BIRTH. WHITE. — On April 5, at Hellinpcn, the wife of J. S. White, of Bowra, of a daughter. DEATH. Ward.— -On April 9, at the residence of Mr. W. Hicks, Marx Hill, Olive Elizabeth, youngest daughter of William G. and A. M. Ward ; aged 12 months G days. Fit I DAY, APRIL IS, 1S9S.
PONY CLUB FOR MACKSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
PONY CLUB FOR MACKSVILLE. A meeting Was held at. the Star Hotel, Macksville, on A pi ii 2, with the object of forming a pony and jialliiway race club. Mr. G. Pattersoirpresided. Mr. Ii. Hitchins, J.P., moved, Mr.: J. Egnn secondcil, and it was be called the/Maeksville Pony and Galloway Race Club. Sixteen .'members' were then en rolled, and it was deeided, mi the motion of Mr. W.J. Wall, seconded by Mr. J. Parry, that the clubhold two race meetings iu eaeli year, on March 17 and November 9. the first meeting to be held on November 9 next. Messrs. Hitchins, Wall, and Patterson .were appointed a sjib-coiuinittee, to make an esii inafe of the cost of putting the course in first class order. A. vole of thanks to the chair man concluded1 the meeting.
STERILISED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
STERILISED MILK. It must bo understood,- says a niedical contemporary, that the substance which goes by the name of 'sterilised milk ' is something different from ordinary milk. Tho albume|i'is converted into peptone, and the relation i)f tlie fat to the other' constituents1 is in some way changed, so that very little f.it separates from the .emulsion., ,:,.Froni the investigations, however, made by Dr. Musius, Professor oT Hygiene at Brunswick, it appears iliat The. nutritive' properties of the 'milk are in no way. interfered with, an I that the medical practitioners in the town have expressed themselves. ns highly satisfied | with the results of its use in the cases in which they had ordered it. The business of sterilisation is evidently carried on at 'Brunswick-oil a large, scale, which prob ably accounts for its succcssfiil issue; The milk is place' I: in . bottles, and submitted to steam at|a:Temperaturo of J (Kj dogs, j Contigrado, jtlie bottles.beiiig agitated tlie whole time...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR J CHAPTER V. Tt' appeared,' however, that Mr. Seville had not yet finished his chat with Mrs. Latimer,- nor had ho tho least desivo to go to tho hall. ' F -rttn getting too old for siicli enter tainments. Lady Feodorii,' ho said, laughing lightly. after lie had greeted her warmly. His pleasant voice assumed a softer and pleaSunter tone as lie ad dressed the pretty young woman. He was comfortably conscious that, as he stood there- in the moonlight, he was looking exceedingly handsome, and that there, was not even the suggestion of middle age about him, either in face or figure; 'But it was very kind of .you to come iill this way jnst to pick tip an old fogey like me,' lie added. ' ' It was Tony who would come,' Lady Feb' answered, somewhat ungraciously. ' I told him it was ridiculous ; but he would come as soon as he heard from my husband that you were dining here.' ' Ah, you always did your best to spoil Tony!' Richard Saville said; lightly ; and. he , turned aiid...