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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

A HIGH church i DIGNITARY. ? 'Iho liiu'hl lievercnd Monsignor O lirien, Hector of .St. John's : ? . Co lege. Sydney,: has expressed his opinion of ; ? I.OASIIY S- ' WAIIOO ' ' iii tho Pol lowing terms... ? DR. O'BRIEN'S: (STATEMENT. - ; SI. John's College. . !'?'?. Sydney, Dec. IB, IS!)', i Dear Sils. — r A trialof Enasby's '? WAIIOO ' I ? ,?!..?- has fill I v convinced mo of -its exceptional menls ns a remedy for Indigestion. . h (Sinned) James. J. 0 liltlKN. n To Iionshv's' Wahon ' JIT'. t!o. LOASBY'S WAHOO . I;..., Can lie obtained from all chem ists: price 2/0. or post f i ee, from the sole manufacturers nnd'|Yro' : prictors, Loasby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

£10,000- A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK— £1 0,000 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 all of the highest- class, make, and finish. HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, nre the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during the past ten years hns enabled us to extend our Showrooms and make them one of the Siohts of Sydney. HALLS' NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FOR 1898 POST FREE. HALLS PACK COUNTRY ORDEIiS FREE. A, HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, &G1, 563,- &G5, 5l-7 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET Leave Tram or 'Bus at Liverpool-street for HALLS. MR. 8. E. WILLIAMSON, Registered Pharmacist . and Dentist, WILL commence the practice of li is profession in Bellingen on or about tlie 18th of April. Legal. MR. J. ft. M ARRACK, SOLICITOR, KEMPSEY / WILL- attend all Courts at Bellingen ; -when' required, anil may be consulted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

STEAM TO SYPMEY. The Fast Direct Route, The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. \ REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. I The- new Fast s.s...Exoeisior, 400-tons, the I favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. IrpHE s.s. Exeelsiior leaves Coifs Harbor I Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., .ind leaves Sydney every Tuesday! even ing. The: s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. Both steamers have cold ? storage of most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now - given' to the; dairying industries 'throughout ? -the district. The Excelsior is electric-lighted throughout, and has superior accommodation ' for passengers. .Steward and stewardess, and ladies' cabins' and other state rooms on deck. Fares between Coif's Harbor and Sydney — _ ? Cabin, single £1. 7s. Gd., return. £2 10s ; ~ Steerage fil. ?' :i- ' - '' [ .For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, Coff's Harbor, or lb ' I : GEO. W. NICOLTj, |f Pacific Wharf, DruUtiSt-., Sydney. The North Coast STEAM « NAVIGATION « CO., LIMITED. rpiIE favorite s.s. ROSE D...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

Ohur'ch. Services. WE3LEYAN. Sunday,- April 17 — Never Never, 10.30 a.m. — ller.J. Woolnough. llelliiigeiij 3 p.m. — „ -, „ 1'ornmuunt, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „ ? North Arm, 11 a. hi. — lie r. A . Graham. Iteliingen, 7.30 p.m.— ,i „ ,, .Sunday, April 24 — . Taylor's Arm- {Welsh's), 11 a.m: — lieu, ^1. Gralldm. llov!ra,.$ .p.ui. — llev.A. Graham. Nambiic'c'a Heads, 7.30 p.m.— ? „ llellingen, 7 .30 p.m. — Mr. A. -i. Kelson. North Ai'm, 3 ji.m.—No. 1 Band. Monday; April 25 ? ? Deep Ct'eeV, 7.30 p.m. — llev. A. Graham.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

Races at Bo-wra. 'OONY and GALLOWAY RACES will be JL field rtt- Bowrsi on Wednesday, June 22 ('98 Celebration Day). Full Programme in future issue. D. J. BtlOUGGY, Hon. f*ec. To Let, on Easy Terms, /V FARM of 117 Acres, being divided /A into several Cultivation and Grass I'addoeks ; ,Gnod fonr-room Mouse, Kitchen, Tlanv, ete. ;? situated airthe South Arm; about 2i miles from Bowraivillc, and now occupied by Sir. I*. Ballard. Possession on the 1st July. Apply to : C. FRASK, , i Taylor's Arm, 'W ealth- and Progress of New Scttitli Wales. - nlj ECTURE by Rev.J. Woolnough. Hag Jli'iiificent'Vic^'s. licllinger Heads School of- 'Arts, Monday, April 18, 7.30 p.m. ; Bellin gen. School of Arts,- Tuesday, April J9..7.30 p.m., Bowra Cluircli, Wednesday, April 20, '7:30. p.m. Admission by Silver Coin. -. Government Advertisements, r ? i ? Roatls Oflice, Bellingen, . : April 13, 1891. CI^END'HIt!?, addressed to' the Clerk of .JL Petty SessfonS at Bellingen, and en dorsed 'Tender tor Road Work,' ...

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BELLIGEN v. FERNMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

.?;? 111CLLING15N v. FERNMOUNT. Played on licllingen Park' Inst Saturday, nnd won -by Fernmount by' il2- ruusi The | scores were : — .- .,-. .,-?£?? . - i , ' Fernmouxt. , A. Tyson, c and b Hamilton., -..v. . j.-.. 5 W: Carney, b Hamilton ... , ... ',... . 0 It. J.' Smith; b Hamilton ...' ?; 10 Ki'Oolliiis, b'Hamilton .V;' ... ' ;f.. 8 W. IJ. Higgjns, c and b Pitman ,.. -yi-. . 5 J. McGeary, b Pitman ... ? ? 0 10. Tyson, b Pitman ... .... -r;.. 13 Fl Sutton, b Hamilton ... ... ,... 7 M. Knight; b Italy ...? : ... ? ... ... , 5 G. Carney^ b Hamilton: ... ? ...- ... 8 11. Greer, not out ... ... ... ...-IS Sundries ? ... ... 7 Total ... '... ...81 ' IlEI,IilN(iEN. ' H. I'.- Italy, e McGeary, b Greer ... '2 A. G. Apsey, b Greer , ? ... '2 If. W. Hamilton, c .Smitli, b Greer j.,- ... M G. Wills, b Greer 1 ...- i') F. Whatson,,'b Greer ? ;8 A. Pitman, not out ? '1 F. Smythe; l.l).W(, b Greer...- ;.. ;. ... ;2 15. J. Deverell, b W. Carney ... ;0 1'. Uiidclor;:b Greer... ..... -i ...iii .— ...

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NANA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

NANA GLEN. Ouit 'correspondent writes, under date April (i, — We* nre' having beautiful weather now; the days are warm and bright and the nights nice and cool. . . There has been another gold find at Nana Glen, The discovery was made bv Mr. D. Sullivan, oii . I. T. .Inivi.itV close to Packer's old fiiiiil Present appeiir-' ances are all right, and a few- days' will give some idea of its worth. Pout has' a crushing of 51 tons going through the Lower Bucca battery. J.,( Nicholson's find is improving every day, hull some believe it will turn out a good thing. - . . . Orara' -|ienple have a' treat in store, as Mr. J. L. Thompson, Agri cultural Instructor, has. .promised to deliver three lectures in this district in about four weeks' time-rpnc' at Glen, one at CorambaV a'hd one at Upper Bueca; ?

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FERMOUNT v. BELLINGER HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

F 15 R MOUNT v. HULLING Hit HEADS. Played at Fernmount last Friday, anil won by the Heads team by 11 runs. The scores were as follows : — P.UIJJNGER Heads— First innings. C. Atherton, b Carney ... ... ...'2 J. J. W'illett, c A. Tyson, b McGeary ... 1 W. I). Higgins, b Carney ... ... ... !?! Jas. Willett, c A. Tyson, b McGeary ... 0 A. G. McLachlan. u Thompson, b Carney 4 A. K. ICIlis, luo.w.. b McGeary ... ... 0 J. Gilkinson, h.o.w.. b Carney . . ... 1-t A. Christiati, h Carney ... ... ... 0 J. Hi Lovell. b McUcary ? : ... 15 N. Christian, not' oijt ... ... 4 L. Christian, q, Thompson, b Carney ... 3 ' ' Sundries r H ' - Total ... ... ... ... 71 ?'?' : ' ? ' ' ' Kecond innings. N. Christian, lr Carney ... '? ... 0 iTris.' Willettfe A. Tyson,- b Carney- ? '..-.185 ^QUkinsgn, ft Bn-Js ttsffreer ,-i? inAtmi C^'Atiiertoivb Greer.- .. — . ... — 2 W. Di Higgihs, h.o.w.. b Greer ? ..- 22 J. 'J. Willett, hit wicket .-.v ... ... 25 Ai G.. McLachlan, b Tyson ?? ... 10 A. Christian; c and b Ty...

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

. ANGLICAN. On Good Friday, as befitted the most sfolemn day at the Church's year, the services held at St. Margaret's, Bellingen, and' St. Vincent's, Ferninoimt, were made as impres sive as possible, and were .fairly, well altend eil. Easter .Day (the (picon of festivals) ser vices were held at liellinger, Heads, Fern mount, and Bellingen. St. Margaret's was very.lastefnlly decorated for the great day' by the ladies of Mho congregation. The service was fully choral— Whitfield's Magnificat and Nunc Dinilttus in E. also Anthem and solo, were rendered with musical ability nnd taste. The Rev. (I. E., Burgess preached a suitable sermon bearing -cm the great theme of the resurrection. The Church was filled.

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NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

NAMBUCCA HEADS., The farewell sports held at Nambueea Hoads on Easter Monday were success ful from almost every, point of view, -al- though rain somewhat interfered with the events late in the afternoon. The track had been carefully , prepared, and ..i ? ? ? i. rpi.J gooa racing -vas .;vunesscav J.tic t»in)rt made to bring about a match between McAteer and Payne tiii. the Heads track on Monday had failed,, or additional in terest would have been lent to tho day's sport. - After' McAteer's win in the Farewell Handicap numbers loudly ex pressed thoir regret at tho match not coming off, and assorted tlie ? belief that McAteer could beat Payne. Mr;' Fred. Clough proved a most energetic secre tary, and ho was ably seconded by the committee. Mr. H. Ellis, '.judge.; Mr'. F. Eichmann, referee ; Mr. S. Gilkiiisbn, startor, gave every satisfaction. The racing throughout was very iiiteresting. Mr.- G. C. MeDougall catered- for the wants of the inner man iiv his usual- cap- oblo manner. Tho var...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS. BULLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

ATHLETIC SPORTS. BELLINGEN. The sports held in the Park on Easier Monday were not so sueccsslul as on previous occa-ions.: There were, how ever, about 300- persons in till endance, aniongst whom was a fair ]iercentage:.of ladies. Tlie. mmthar- wns :irfl that could i._ .1.. i .. . :il i .i_ ii... „r. ? oe tiesiruii up nil line ill uic niieruonii, when driiczling rain set in — just enough to make everything damp and miserable. The nominations were not numerous For the priiicipal events, hut, with the excep tion of two or three in the big handicap, every nominator started. Jack lMeNally, .with .10 -yards.' in- the Opening and 18 yards iu -the Bellinger District ' Handicap, ? won the double, biit he' was followed very closely in both . instances. Altliongh there were only three starters in the Hurdle Race, it proved very exciting, and a considerable amount of liionev changed hands oyer the event'.'. , Ned Lovell won the Okl , Buffers' prize, after a liiird fight with H-. Bemiel.t .and H...

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THE CATERPILLAR PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

TXE CATERPILLAR PLAGUE. . . .Mic.,J. H. Noble, of Cedar Vale, had, in common with many other landowners, ;bccn visited by the caterpillars, but before they took possession of his paddock he succeeded in ticvising it menus mi cAiuriiiumiiiiK wii-ni. By means of a roller. 3ft, long, encircled freely with barbed wire, drawn over the parts in fested, lie cleared his property of the pest. As this means of evading tlie ravages of the caterpillnr is simple, others who are suffering would do .well to try Mr. Noble's plan. That gentleman assures us lie has lid his paddocks eomplctcly of the caterpillars.

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MACKSVILLE CHRISTMAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

MACKSVILLE CHRISTMAS TREE. A CORRESPONDENT forwards us the follow ing statement of accounts in connection with the Christmas tree held at Macksville on De cember 24, 1897 : — Receipts : .Money collected and proceeds of tree, £13 18s. 3d. ; sale of books, 6s. ; total, £14 4s. 3d. Expenditure: Goods for tree, Mr. McKay £5 Is. Id., Mr. Ezold £1, Mr. Notley 8s., Mr. Craig 5s. 6d. ; Mrs. Willi), piano, 7s. ; Mr. FiJd, catering, J6 1 10s. ; Mr. Marclnnt, books, £5 Gs. 10.1.; cleaning hall, Is. 6d.; stationery, 2s.; Mrs. Ainsworth, fruit, Is. 7d. ; total, £14 3s. 6d. Balance in hand, 9d.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

FOOTBALL. A MEETtNd rt;as held at (Jiipp's Hotel, Bowra, last .Saturday night, for the purpose of forming a football cltib. There was a large attendance of /intending . niuiiiborsi- Mr.; D. J. Brouggy occupied the chair/ After some discussion h club wns fnl innd. nnd tln- f.illmv ing (ltllcers were olei:ted : — Patron, Mr. G. F. Slay ; president, Mr. 1). J. Brotiggy ; vice presidents, Messrs. P. Mclliigh, J.P., and:A. IC. Capp ;. secretary,. /M r. J. Daniels. Prac tice will commence on tlie' '-first Saturday in. May. . . Airaiigements are also . being made to form a clitb at. Macksville, Str. O. E. Jex having the matter ill hand.

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RICE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

RICE CULTURE. MR. J. Spickett, of Spickett- s Creek, near Bellingen, has handed lo us a sample of rice grown on his farm. Although the season has not been in favor of the product, the giiiin is well formed, full, and healthy in appearance. Tim fttnlk nnrrinK n Inri'P. nliuntil V nf . I icn. . Given a favorable season, Mr. Spickett's venture should he a remunerative one. He deserves credit for producing such an excel lent sample of rice, and jvo; hope that the quantity lie has forwarded to .Sydney will be the means of increasing the cultivation of this most useful article of everyday con sumption.

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Local Interest. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

Local Interest. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Last week, services were condnctcit every evening the R.O. Church, Bowra, and on Easter Sunday there was a very large attend ance. In the afternoon, Rev. Father Ahem drove to Bellingen, where he conducted the evening services and benediction.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

In closing our first article, last week, on the Connnonwenlth Bill, we stated that the Senati?, iii our opinion, stood supreme. Apart' from the money powers referred to, we considerJ.he provisions of the bill nre such as to* 'secure to the Senate a general and absolute preponderance of power, ; Contrast, first, the nature of the two Houses. A senator stands clothed; with the full, authority of the whole of the people of his province ; he holds of fice for a' fixed' period (if six years ; his House has a continuous existence, and is not subject lo any modification either by addition or in' any other way — by disso lution, for example. On the other hand, a member. of the House of. Representa tives is a representative of a strictly local character ; lie does not hold oflice for: a certain period j sahd lie is liable at any moment: to be compelled to seek the suf frages of his coiistituentS;tipon a disso lution. How can' it be doubted that, with'snch a contrast, not nierely in pres tige...

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Through tub \Viue. Svunbv, Wednesday. At a meeting i-f the Anti-Convention .Federal. League yesterday t Mr. Want placed himself unreservedly in the hands of the - committee. He tflll address meetings at all the largo Centres. --While climbing Mount Egmout, Tar lllinl(i/N./.Y fivn ninii nn turf/1 I! ? ? and McGcegor slipped liver u glacier, falling 300.. feet. 'Their - bodies wero found frozen liord wherD they fell. ? I he. execution of Clpmeift-s for the muider of his wife,' was -carried out at Dniigog. Death was instniilaiieous. 1 A nnniber of the seamen on the Ship Scottish General, at Port Piric (S.A;), refused duly and assaulted the sailmaker! An. attack on the- cabin was, repelled. by I lie ship's officers, who were aniied witii revolvers';. . . .. Prbsident McKinley, in hia Message to Congress, urges that he: be' alitliorised to'nso ? force .-to' 'terminate hostilities in Cnl^a. ^Tbe qnostiiViT (if- granting an arniistico to the Cubnii insurgents' is commende...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Miss McLean, the missionary to Mavfras, will arrive in Bellingen on Thursday next, ami will address meetfngs at Noi'th Aim on suiiilay, 24th instant, at I T a.m. ;? Bellingen, 3.30 p.m. ; Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. Miss McLean has seen eight years of missionary work ln lmiia, anil nas recently recur.ieii to the colony on furlough. She is highly spoken of as a.missionary and speaker, and her ad dresses are sure to be interesting. Collections in aid of the Mission will betaken up at each service. ?

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KEEPING MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898

KEEPING MAIZE. Tub farmer who can keep this season's crop of muize over until spring will get » much better price for it than by selling it now, says the Queenslunder. The present price of maize in the Brisbane market is so good that those who can will send their corn in' at once ; but as soon as the harvest now in progress is in , , full swing the iuovitatlo result of a glut will bo experienced. The'grea-t drawback to storage' of maize is its liability to bo nlttVckcd by the weevil. Grain that is 1 prime to-day may bo worthless, except as pig food, in a month. Fortunately, there is a remedy within reach iii' carbon disulphide or bisulphide. This lias for I a number of years been acknowledged to be the .simplest, most oll'uctive, and lenst I expensive of tlie ninny ogeneios recotti- I mended and used for the destruction of weovils nnd other grain-infesting insects. Inquiries were nintlo last year in South Africa as to the best methods of appli cation, aiid Concise directions were pu...

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