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VARIETY FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
VARIETY FAIR The Variety Fair in connection with the Weslevan Church, Bellingen, will be opened to-day (Friday) at 3 p.m., by the Rev. J. Woofiiough; ex-President of the Wosleyan Conference. The Fair will be opened to- , night and to-morrow afternoon anil night, and a promenade concert will be held each evening..,^,,.;;, ?
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
Interesting Items. r I Wbatiieh report.- — A thunder-clap. * * * * * ? ANYTiiiNfi Imt musical. — A . leather: band. ? * * ****** -??Giiina possnssesdho Inrurost uiul' rich- - cst^cotil mines itr, tlie wiirltl. : , * * * * * * * . M Tiiuiie is.nothing liko pursoiial iiulns try.-for keeping people out, of mi^cliinf. '' '* ' * *' '*? *' ♦ .* * ?Tub - boo - was inlnnlncn 1 into . Nnw South Wales liy Ouplniii VVallis in 1821. ? *. * * * * * ? Iliori.vo lius tnkoii plnco in the streots of Havana. Tho.Spanisli,, volunteers uro ?.in possession of .tho city. y-r~\ i-?.4 ? '?'??? ??? * * # . * * *. : * In Abyssinia,' not: so.' very loug aijo, salt wns the principal iiiiedium^oF. ex change, being practically used; as nionny. * * ?*:?*..; .*...,-. *.,:?** Ir ls-stnted that tlmce nre.'Vei-y tfrave ' dangers of. an talliaiioetbeiirg- formed be twceii -Great .'.Britain,' Germany, and Japan. ; s :? -********* ... THUgreatni-portion of Shawnee, a town in Illinois, has been destroyed owing to the.' -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
CRICKET. ; ' 'J'HE-foilowing players will represent Bel lingen against, Never Never, on ? Bellingen Park, to-morrow (Saturday) : — Messrs. Ft. .P. Baly, G. Wills. C. 15. Partridge, F. iSmythe, S. A. Oshornc; G; J: Henderson. A. Pitman, H. \\\ Hamilton, \V. Wills, W,' Jay. W. A. 'Johnstone'-'; B. J. Deverell, emergency. Macksville defeated Nambucca Heads on Saturday last.
OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 15 April 1898
^ ivf'-' ,'A\— — ? ,. ... . ? rr— hi' OFFICIAL LETTERS. Mr. John McL.\u'c;iit.'is, M'.P.','lias forwarded us the following 'official cor respondence 'for -publication,— ' From-, Commissioner for Roads, in reply to request that the portion of the road from Gongaritii up Taylor's Arm ueuveeii uiuuygy a mm innnma jiuiuii o may- bo formed and gravelled and the culvert at Catherine Sutton's raised and improved, stating that .lendcfs for the improvement of the'' road' between Con garini and Mrs. Stilton's are i.o v tinder i consideration, and the work will be un dertaken .as soon. as possible.. ' l :From Coiiunissioner for Roads, in re ply to a letter from the Nambueea Heads Progress Committee, urging the opening of the river bank road from Na'nbucca Heads tb; Macksville,- stating that, funds | are available for the pecessary wqrksUie twe.en Mack'sville:ond-the school. (prirtion ' 50), which will be put in hand when the roa'd has.been defined by the Lands De partuiijnt. It is not proposed...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER VI [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. : CIJAPTIiLl VI. RctiAttii Savh.i.k had apartments iu tlio Albany.. ,Hu also hail, cJisinibtTS in the Teinplo ; nnd Im belonged to half n dozen of tin? best and, most exclusive clubs in London. 'He had made his ap pointment with Mrs. Tnl iniur at his Temple rooms, and thither, on the day nuined, the old lady was conveyed in ,u four-wheeler, with Elizabeth, pale and shabbily attired, in close attendance upon i 1.n» 7 ' . ' 7. : Mr. Saville received his guests with ready courtesy. Tlie instant the four wheeler ;sto|iped at the door lie appeared; nnd was ready to hand out Mrs., Latimar and to greet Elizaheth with his charming smile nnd ail: expression of deep admira tion nnd .pleasure in his eyes. ' This is kind of you, .Miss Druro !' ho said, :as Elizabeth's small ..fingers touched his for an instant. 'V I hardly expected to have the pleasure of seeing you.' ' My'- grandmother had need of me,' Elizabeth made answerlistlessly. She passed slowly through7 the door way...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
Wanted. WAX I If I), llcccli Ijoys . ami I run l,;ii ], Oii-itul's. .. . . A.'. & H...BLMS,' . Bellinger Heads. Tenders. fMJiN IJMib requiicil for the- Ivieclinn of ? 1 (joUaguB at He) inger Hcinls. Apply f-n- fiiitiier piiiticuliii-'s to' A. . &.I-IV ' KM-il-S. Dr. Will. C. Speece, : ?'J3T~AY[NG Ijccii appointed. surgoon lo t lie 11 Itoacon (late lnvloi- s lieward .mine), Upper liucca. will answer 'professional cnllb from the sinioiiiidnif: districts. Dr. Spcecc will pny penO'liL-nl visits to the ' .various cent res. due notice of wlucli will- be giveii Unless absent on special ca I, tlie l.ii-ctor will, be found ar liouieeverv attertionn aiulcvunin^ Bellinger Pony Races. A ' Mkh. I IMi'of Members of the fiellin JTl.- 'jri-r I'onv liinl (.ialloway Club will lie he lil at liiiircii.s hotel, belhngt'ii. oil 1 uusilav Next, at p. in- fin: I lie. jjuriifilje |df draw ing up profiraiiimnanil xiiak|,iifj(flliei- arranze inentH for the furthcoming meeting on Queen s Oil tl...
SPAIN AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
SPAIN AND AMERICA. Much conjecture has been indulged in touching the visit made to the White House by the British Ambassador last month. The Washington Post says,— ' Queen Victoria has. through Sir Julian Paunceforte, conveyed to President McKinley her gratification at the wise and conservative course which he has thus for pursued in relation to tlie Duoati and Spanish situation. She also ex pressed to him her thorough sympathy with tlio efforts put forth by the United States to relievo suffering humanity in Cuba, with the hope that these endeavors may be conducted to a succcssful conclu sion without war. These expressions were not sent in official form. They would have been coinmunii a'ed through the United States Ambassador to Great Britain, but for the fact that he is absent on a voyage on the Nile. They were, therefore, communicated directly to Sir Julian Paunceforte with the reqnost that he present them iu person to the Presi dent. The desire of the Queen- that war should be av...
WEALTH AND PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
WEALTH AND PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The Rev. Jas. Woolnough delivered lectures on ' Wealth and Progress of New South Wales,' in the School of Arts, Bollinger Heads, on Monday even ing, and in the School of Arts, Bellingen, on Tuosday evening, to large and appro-' ciativc audiences. Mr. R. Scott presid ed at tho former lecture, and Mr. G. J. Henderson at the latter. Tho lectures wero profusely illustrated with lantern views — eighty-nine in all — wliiclt woro very interesting. Mr. Woolnough said his work was connected with church extonsion, and after the people sottled on the land the Church followod thoni. Ho would spoak of tho founding of tho colony and pionoer settlomont In the first part of the jooturo. He found he could not treat of tho whole subject in one lectnro, tso ho divided it into four, Tho other hefids would include' pastoral pursuits, extensive agriculture aifd irrigation, including the growth and manufacture of cane sugar. Tho C.S;R. Co, supplied ,|iim with, thirt...
VARIETY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
VARIETY FAIR?r What must iindoabtedly.be termed a deserved luid gigantic suc-o;s in every respect was the Variety -Fair lieltl. in Moody's Hull, Bclliiigon, on, Friday mid Saturday Inst, in connection with tlie 'Wesleynn Church. In addition to the financial trinmfli sought to be achieved, there was in .evidences desire to ninUe tlie Fair an educational. and social event to be remembered. And the promoters succeeded even beyond llieit; inost san ?jiiine expectations iu every- conceivable way. Tlio attendance was large, ilie goiids were a credit to the fair finger which ?manufactured -them and the gen erous lieartsMlw;liicb donated, them, jmd ' there was an abundance of enthusiasm well worthy of the groat an 1 good cause it advocated. . Possessing all these at tributes in a superlative, degree — the most- necessary to deserve success if not to command it— what wonder is it, then, that the Fair was a pronounced-success ? With ssealor.s-worUurs like the Rev. A. Graham, Mr: R. Griffith, ...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
.''''-'PRESBYT.KRIA'N.' ?? ?Friday, April 22— ? . Niirtiu . Arm, 7.30 p.m.-rrVUs McLean. Sunday,' April 24— ? ' ' * ? i liellniijen. 3.30 p.m. — Mins McLean. Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ . - Xvvcfi' A'ecer, 11 a.m. — Per. T. J). Erans. M'arrelt::Ch.,[3 p:m-. — Per. If. H.Marxlaill. Mackxrille, 7 p.m.— „ „ „
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
Interesting' Items. From Peki'n 'it is reported that tho Governor of Shanghai has ' conceded to a'n Anglo-Italian syndicate tlio right of working Vast coal and iron deposits iu the neighborhood oF the ports'. * ' * - * * * * * * At the ceremony of. swearing iii tho' naval recruits nt ' Wilhelmshavcn, tho German Emperor referred to the colors' of the Gorman flag. Black in that flag, ' His Majesty said, represented work;; white, rest and peace ; and red, blood, which was necessary to hold the others together. ' , *; . PitESiDBNT St'eyn, of tlio ' Orange Free- State,- - speaking' 'at' Bloeiiifoiitein, warhed'hi.s;lie'arbrs'irgainstTfi?'caj!ntaiiits^ who were sucking-tlie lifo-blood from tlib' veins of the workiil^ man; Capitalists' in the sister' Republic, when they could not get'their way, 'shut down the uiiiies. Looking north, there was ii great Im perialist, tinder the guise of philaii-'1 throphy, calling the working man into ' tho I n lid to slnvo for hinr, for he had a , monopoly ...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
Sunlight Flashes.. Thiiouciii Tim Witiis. . v Si'DNKV) Wednesday. ?A 'FKrriiKu named .James Mend wiis sent to procure 10s. worth of l/der at Wollogoraiig,' but , returne'd without tlie ?liquor, whereupon his mates held ii coiirt martial, and sentenced him td be hangiid. Mead was then strung np, mid 'when cut down was almost dead/ At Dubbo, an eldi?i'ly man named Samuel Pembroke has boon found guilty and sentenced to death, for tlifc iiiurde'r of Frederick UoiightonT ' '' ' ' - jMcssi-s. Burton, O'Connor, W isb', a'ild See had a most enthusiastic reception lit a nioii'ster demonstration in the Town Mall, vin' support of the Conimoiiwcafth Bill,. 'Inst night.' They delivered addresses in reply ? to tiie arguments of Messrs. Lyne and Want, aiid carried the audi ence completely with them. Mr. Bar ton's declaration that the '.Government' meant to give them1 this Federation was received with great cheering. Mr. Wise's motion in favor of the Billwas ? seconded by Mr. John See. An amend men...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
? ? Legal: ? MR. J. R. MARRACK, SOLICITOR, - KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen' '' when'require'sl , and may be consulted by letter.','' ' s' ;; '*'? :. ???-? ?' Medical. .PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily atliis Dispensary, late Commercial Itank, Feriimount. The Doctor fs pVepared to visit any part of district on the shortest notice. Government Advertisement. Postal anil Electric Tclegrah Department, General I 'oat Office, . Sydney, April 7, 1898. ATTENTION' iadirected to Gazette Notice inviting TEND.EIiS^qR THE Convey ance of Mails to and from' Bellinger Heads on arrival and departure of steamers, asre quired,' and Post Offices, Fernmrtunt and Bellingen.:' ' Tendei'ei'n to Hate a-..'price for Mch trip theg jiia.i'/ .be required to perform. TendefS Aviir be'received nt this Office hp' t'o noon -on; the 4th proximo, and . nip.st', be ad dressed /:to 't'He- Deputy ' Postniaate^OenerAl,' Sydney. 7A-69' ALBERT J. GOULD. CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High ; Day of ...
BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
By Thuja ha ph. Tlio inquiry was continued on' Wed nesday. last. Mr. .lohn McLaughlin, M.P., said ? the farmers complained that they could not get their goods to the Sydney market, owing to ?tlio eonditioii of the bar. ? He did .not think the resi dents would i object to - paying tonnage dues if say £40,000 wore spent on har bor works, if the people oii the other rivers had to pay the same duties. Tlie cntrniico to the Nainbucca River would bo a good ono if the- proposed works were carried out. Mr. P. Hogan, ex M.P., also gave evidence.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
Federation without New Smith Wales is uii impossible ? tiling. And the same fact applies to Victoria awl ! South Aus tralia. Rut Western Australia and Tas mania .have no inoro real bearing upon the question tlm.n , hud the great back. con i! try _--r Unnndu aml iNi'WIouiifllaiid at: the time of the inauguration iif the Fed eral Conuimnwealtlr in Canada in 3871. They were simply left . to come in. It is absurd to say' that if we h'uvo a Federal Comtnouweallh now, and the only means by which Tasiiuuiia could enter would be that she should surrender those Foolish ;pretensii-ns to equality with a great country like New South Wales, she would not come in at any- pricu. It may' lie urged that, that is not the .federal spirit. At any rate, it is a spirit based upon that immortal principle upon which has been erected our own Constitution, and the British Constitution from which this is ala| ted — the rule by the majority oF the people. That Tasmania should be non-allegiant is an unimportant...
NAMBUCCA HEADS IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
NAMBUCCA HEADS IM PROVEMENTS. Ok Thursday, April 14, the Public Works Committee commenced taking evidence as to . the expediency.. of ? con structing harbor works at Nmiibucca Heads. . From, a lengthy statement, handed in' by Mr. ,R. It. P. Hickson, Under-Secretary and Commissioner for Roads, ; it was gleaned that from the official papers as far back as 1878, numerous representations were made by the residents as' to the inconvenience and loss which they sustainel in consequence of the shoal condition of the entrance to the Nainbucca' River. Froui snch vessels were oFien bar-bound for several weeks, and at times as long as eight weeks, and then compelled to leave only half-loaded. Tho depth of the bar at . these : times.'-- was reduced to as low as' 3ft. to &Ft;, and in April, 1884, the pilot reported tho bar so fallen , that the sand was awash .at lww water From North Head to South tieach. Tliero wero also scriou-s obstructions t-t' navigation': in the portion of. the. rive...
Local Interest. STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
Local Interest. STATISTICS. Mil. II. P. It A LY, C.P.S., informs lis that, the finind total land revenue received by him at Helliiificn, from all sources for the' quarter ending March ill last, was £1194 2s. Gd. ; justice department, £2U 2s. 4d. Registra tions — Births : Males, 15 ; females, 1G-; total, ill. Deaths : Males, 5 ; females, 0 ; total, 11. Marriages, G.
AMERICA AND SPAIN. WAR DECIDED ON TO BEGIN ON SATURDAY. A DIRECT DEFIANCE. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 22 April 1898
AMERICA AND SPAIN. WAR DECIDED ON. TO BEGIN- ON SATURDAY. A DIRECT DEFIANCE. [By- Tei.eoilai'h.] i'. Sydney, Tuesday. An' American squadron has left Hamp ton Roads, Virginia, under sealed orders. It is 'composed of the Brooklyn, Texas, Columbia, Massachussets, mid Minne apolis., ... 'r . V, . ,; Don Carlos, the Pretender to tho. throne of Spain, has issued a manifesto declaring that the Government -would bo traitors if they permitted the loss of Cuba .through' fear of \var. He intends to yisit Spain nnd raise volunteers. The Times states that tho prospects of peace are hourly fading. Tho reply of Spain to the United Statos Congress is a direct challenge., A concession oil the part of Spain would endanger the dyn asty. The Times adds that it is quite impossible to reconcile the opposing po sition's. . . . War rates on vessels trading on the American coast have advanced uO per cent, on last week's rates. . The Spanish War Minister at- Wash- ington, has declined: to accept- social cour...