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DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

DAIRY CATTLE. The s.s. Rosedale brought another shipment, of dairy cattle, last week, for Mr. F. T. Matthews, J. P., for the Italuigh Estate. One yearling bull and twelve heifers comprised the batch. The heifers are from the celebrated herd of Mr. George Tate, Kangaroo Valley, in the Kiania district, and were selected for Mr'; Matthews by Mr. J. T. Cole. The fact of their being selected by that gentleman is a sufficient guarantee of their excellence. We noticed tliat the roan and rich red and white arc the predominating co'ors, and the cattle show a lot of quality. The bull, we under-, stand, has been purchased, by Mr. George Tyson. . He Was bred by Mr. J. T. Cole, and is by his prize, bull Victor ; he also shows a lot of good breeding. The value to the dis trict of these'ihi portal ions must be i mmensc 'l'o make dairying; a profitable investment, good stock riiust be secured, and that is best achieved by the introduction of cattle from the famed South Coast herds. Too much praise-...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXVIII. CiiEsr.v.Y partook oF a meagre bceftkr fust, nnd once mora inqnirecl for letters at his chambers. ' There were none, not even from Lady Rona, and Laily Rona had promised him eternal friendship. At times he doubted her ladyship's sincerity. 'L'lie .disappointment was not so keen as upon former occasions, lie was going to Arniadale, to Glencott, at once.- lie had 110 fear for the result of his interview with Doctor Stirling. It was, perhaps, it pity that the engagement hud not been ruuilttu 'UUIOIU 1110 IMISl'UIUVUUS [.UllgllU Ol the Countess of Dimleith had found food for the gossips. But .the result would be the same. Marjorie would-not doubt his loyalty nnd' love.' ' .. From his chambers lie was driven to Paddington, and it did1 not ocmir to him until the train was .running out of Lon don that ho. might have .telegraphed to ?Marjorie' to expect' him: lie smoked a cigar, nnd fell to dreaming of the future. , It was spread before him like a beaut...

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TAYLOR'S ARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

TAYLOR'S ARM. Oun correspondent writes : — The monthly meeting of tho local Progress Committee was held at Mr. J. Carney's on January 8, the president in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having beer, read and con firmed, a quantity of correspondence was read and received. The secretary was instructed to acknowledge the receipt of a letter from Mr. Blair, and to thank that gentleman for the interest taken by him in the welfare of the committee. On the motion of Mr. Jas. Gray, seconded by Mr. D. Lavcrty, the secre tary was instructed to write to Mr. Crouch, nivrinrr f-r» flio rrmnnv vnfo/l fr»P fho Hank road expended and the road opened for traffic aB soon as possible. Mr. D. Laverty proposed, Mr. 10. Daly seconded, and it was carried, — That the secretary write to the ltoart Superintendent at Kempsey, reminding that gantleman of a promise made by him some time ago, to the effect that as soon as money was available he would expend some on the Greenhills-Taylor's Arm road...

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YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

YARNS. j Rtfilir A WAV 1,'ROM THE SUN.. Once more good old Sunta;Glaus lias been his rounds to remind tts that another cycle of time has gone round, and made its record: for us- or ' against us, iis the case may be, and , to remind us of the i good things to live for and to hope for. i The spirit of love, like a wave of sweet pcrl'uiiif, has refreshed our hearts and our homes, and pence and' goodwill, is I bciiig e-vchangod between man, and man. , IJy the time yon,'get this- the' old ,year will have passed away with all ; its: joys, ? with till its sorrowsj- with its registry of good deeds and its registry of bad-deeds, never to be undone or to come '.round -again; , ,-JJnt from the past we have gath ered many things to us, both as food for the body and as food for the mind. What a wonderful thing ...memory is' ! ? It istlie storehouse for the food tlint conscience feeds on, and the food is the fruits of the dceds we have done, whether tliey. be good or whether they be bad. No man k...

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MACKSVILLE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

MACKSVILLE PROGRESS COM MITTEE. A correspondent writes A wellat tended meeting of (lie Macksville Progress Committee was held in the School of Arts on January 5, the president (Mr. M. Wallace) in ? the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed,- and the secre tary read tho correspondence which hart been received since the previous meeting, Including promises of further communications re cut ting through Williamson's Hill, road Peter kin's Bridge to Warrell Creek, and the North Bank road, from Macksville punt to Bowra, continuation to Uridley's selection. A special, grant of £55 has been made for expenditure IK/, I T-- rl,n mnlh,!. ra.'.i.,,. the telegraph wircover the river at Koul ton's, it is proposed to raise the wire, and so avoid the masts of vessels, and an offer to carry out the work is now receiving consideration. Tho correspondence, as read, was received. Some discussion then ensued, when a good deal of indignation was manifested amongst the mem be...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

Echoes. j ? — ^ ? — ? ? ^ ? — ? _ Tiiu wife of a laboror ht M.orpetli lias recently presented her husband with their ' 25th child. * *'* * * * '* * ' .'Tub Nnlnl'fai'mei'^iirge the imposition :? of a duty of i^d^ia^ponnd oii froxen nieat unpolled into the colony. * ' * * '* *?'*.* *, ; Tub Russian Government linvof' de cided to estrtblish'i'fti^ State monopoly in connection ' wilh .tlie-sale of alcohol..;.' ir * * *'!*.;* * * * Reports :from Pretoria state that-the re-election df:Paiil Kruger- as President of the South African Republic is nssnred. * * * * * * * The Rev. iT.iMilne Currau 'regards-.the Australian Alps -as perhaps . tho. .oldest land known on earth— -as ' the roof :«f Australia.' : ? .- ? .- * * ? * * * * * * The general election,, tho Premier . stales, will 'be,. held in1 June.' -Law .rer forni nnd Upper. House -reform will be dealt willi early, inithe. sossion. ' :? :i r ' * * * * * * * A dispute 1ms arisen1 betweeiv^tlie United States, Mexico; and: France, -with ref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

m QO LZj go a n LaL a \a ' A MERRY XMAS ' AND 'HAPPY NEW YEAR.' F. T. MATTHEWS 'TITAS much pleasure in announcing that he -1--*- has received big additions of Stock in every department' -;to meet the requirements of the coming Festive Season. The Grocery Department, Which is of special interest to all good house wives at Christmastide, has had special atten tion. Currants ' Prime New Fruits Elriiie H aisins Sultana Raisins Muscatel Raisins Lemon Peel Orange Peel . Citron. Peel Almonds Walnuts Barcelona Nuts . Figs Dates 'Dried Fruits Spices Essences - All of the Best Quality' and at Low Prices. The Drapery Department. Several shipments' of Fashionable nnd Useful Drapery have just been opened, containing many novelties, and cheap and pretty goods in Parasols Fans . ' Ribbons ? Laces Trimmed Hats 'Muslins Lawns Chiffons Sun Hlits Feathers Wings '? -Flowers A Large and' 'Varied Stock of Summer Dress Goods, with Trimmings to match. Men's, Youths', & Boys' Sum mer Clothing. Worst...

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UPPER ORARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 14 January 1898

UPPER ORARA. [from oun owsf correspondent.] A cricket match between Coff's Har bor and Bucca Creek was played on the former's wicket last Saturday, resulting in a win for Coff's Harbor on the first innings with 50 odd runs to spare. W: Jordan 23, Pitman and Steve Ferrett 15 each, 'and A. L. Walsh 12, were the principal scorers. The bowling of the Harborites was very disastrous ; Jordan 7 wickets for 12 runs in the first innings was a great performance. Sullivan and R. Carrall also bowled well. Bucca made si, i.na i»2 ior eignt wiciteis wnen tne stumps were drawn. The out field was very wet, water lying all over the ground, and the fielders fell oftener than the wickets. Picrcie, Herb. Jordan, Casey, and Wilson played well for Bucca Creek, Jordan making 64, not out, including some splendid drives. Casey, a ' dark tin,' played a grand bat, being very good on the leg glance, but fell in trying to take a straight ball round to leg. Bowl ing : Jordan, 1 for 32 ; Sullivan, 0 for 20 ; Carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

A HIGH ~ CHURCH dignitary, ' ! The Plight Reverend' Moneignor O'llrien, llector of' St. John's Co lege, Sydney, has 'expressed Jiis opinion of -I'll,;.- : J.OASJlY'K 'WA1IOO' - , ? ? , in the following terms. - DR. O'BRIEN'S STATEMENT. , - ' St, John s College, Sydney, Dec. 15, ISO'. Dear Sirs, — ? ' - : - A trial of Loasby's '? Waiioo ' has' fully convinced me (if its exceptional .merits as a remedy foi !Iiulige«tion. ' (Signwl) Jajii;s. J. O'IIiiihn. ? To Jjoasliy's ?' Wahno 'M'l'g. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO ? , . : . Can he obtained from all'Cliem - ists, price 2/(i, or post free from the sole lnauufacluiiM's and pro .? prietors,' ' ,? Loasby's ' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co., Ltd., '? 177- KEN'T-STltEKT, SY D.VKV. ' Robt.- ,1. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur clias^r jof jiigs an-.l 'catilej fats^or stores, in-' .large or small lots.* . '. A.niOral certairiry -that .all cakes and plnin pmldings madefrbm cufraillVahd plums purchased. from F. 'J'. Matthews will be rich aniblight.*. .... ' ? ? '?('?erta...

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CRICKET. VISITORS v. BELLINGER HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

CRICKET. Visitors v. 11 ki.lt ng^r Hrads. AN eleven chosen fruro Fein mount am! liellingen journeyeil to -llullinger. Meads last 'Saturday, aiul had a. really, (joo'l -' jtirnc, ai Uioug)) defeated.' Tlie mateli is.the:iir|t o£ a ?'-rnbber.' The Heads team treated, the visit ors to a Inn eli eon at .Mr.-Brirretf's hotel, find otherwise made the, 'team most ?.velcnme. Some very fair erieket was shown on hoth sides; For the winners, jMeFjaehlan — who ? hail iust returned from , tlie- Claien.ee. .where '-hc'Compiled'-GT in one inninys— and '.Villi.-irris bowled \vell,-and.th'e';Reldeis were well on the alert. Ellis.- MeLaehlan. Williams. Hiirains. Athertoii and Mann showed good form-with the bat. Hamilton bowled well for the losers, and lie was ably assisted by Greer -ind \V. Carney. Jay vvns top scorer, made by some powerful hitiin?, and Hamilton and McGeary played fjeod innings. The Seldiii!; wa s very good,-tjmit.h-partieulaily ext.' Scores:: — Visitors— First innings. . :- \V. Tyso...

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YARNS. RIGHT AWAY FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Yarns. j. ? ;ItlGHT 'AWAY: FROM* THE SUN. . It's gone, and 1897 is a mere record and memory: of what has been. To j some.it has left::sad recollections. of lost i friends, to - others painful thoughts of I hard struggles for honest independence | and respectability, and to'many the time kt v«.':«'.-.»;n i-.. « t„.. thankfulness and gratitude lor that the old year has enabled them, -to fight for the requirements of life with some measure: of success, , and for health .and strength to continue ; the st-ruggle of life with. .What a pity it is that we don't i cultivate the .habit . of . forgetting .un- | pleasant incklents of:tlie past, that have j tio- value. :in themselves... aiid rcmeunber i only those that, would be productive of 1 good to ourselves or others. But lots | of ns have an unhappy knack of making i both ? .ourselves- and others miserable about things that have gone ' by and I would be as nothing but for the vagaries of memory in recalling them. It is curious how. the fac...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Interesting Items. S Tni^silver lining injtlio cloud may lie tiiero ; but lliu tlifficnll'y -is tlmfc clouds do not go. about turned/inside out. * *,* * * * *? * Tins actor Archer has been found | guilty -of the murder of Mr. -Terriss, and i | ordered to bo'Coulinud in a lunulicasyliini. I | ******'** I I . OwiNfi to a plague of grasshoppers in ; .the . Robertson district consuming (lie | grass, -the milk supply has considerably j deciea'od. j * * ,* *. * * * News from the East slates that 'the | British sqn.idion oil the China station i now.. numbers^]) ships, and. is shortly to' I lie^elntoiced ' * * *'* * * ' * * Tin; Siberian railway, 4700 miles long, ?when completed will lie the moans of ?'slioi toning the journey between Eutope and A.u«tiali.i by ten days. In ftilttreall persons send iug- telegrams must pui^iase the stamps and affix them on 'the founs, the officials bting piolnb ited from, stamping telegrams and liable to a heavy line for doing so. ********' Tuluuhjihn attacke...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Interesting Items. The gold lease of J. Murphy, 2 acres; Coff, is ready for delivery. ******** P.M.G. Cook is considering the ques tion of having stamped envelopes printed with pictorial and other illustrations iin tended to advertise the colony. ******** According to the Farm and Dairy p a herd of 50 cows on the northern & rivers, with land at present values, is p equal to an income of £300 per year. I ******** $ Parts of forest reserve 642, Moonee, j!i containing 1205 acres, have been re- !* voiced, but re-gazetted into two bloiiks j of 575 and 630 acres as reserves for ! fuel supply. ** ****** The American squadron has been as sembled in tho Gulf of Mexico, liomin- J ally for drill, but the Cuban situation is i suspected to be the real reason for ac tivity. ******** [ In Melbourno, on Sunday last, a man named Hcriry Halifax was found drowned. r in a reservoir, with lewt. of bricks in a sack tied round his neck. It is supposed to be a case of snicide. ******* * What does i...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Church Services. WKSLE VAN. Sunday, January 23 — Taylor's Arm, 11 a.m. — lie v. A. Graham. Bowra, 3 p.m.— ; „ „ ,; Nainbucca Heads, 7.30 i-.m. — „ „ North Arm, 3 p.m. — Mr. A. A. Nelson. .Bellingen, 7.30 p.m. — i, ,, ,, I , Never Never, 1.30 2--m. — Mr. B. Joyce, j Monday, January 24— Dee]) Creek, 7.30 p.m.— Ilov. A. Graham.

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Tunouoii TUB WlItB. Sydney, Wednesday. The third test match between Stod dart's team nnd the Australian eleven was commcnced at Adelaide last Friday, and concluded to-day. Tlie Australians won by an innings and 13 runs. Tlie scores were : — -Australians — McLeod 31, Darling 178, Hill 81, Gregory 52, Irott 3, Noble 40, Iredalo 84, Kelly 22, Jones 8, Howell Hi, Tmmble (not ont) 37, sundries 22, total 573. England, first innings — Mason 9, Ranji 6, McLaren 14, Storer 4, Druce 24, Hayward 70, Stoddart 15, Hearne 0, Briggs 14, Hirst 85, Richardson (not out) 24, total with sundries 278. Second innings — Mason 0, Ranji 77, Haywavd 1, Storer (i, McLaren 122, Druco 27, Hirst 6, Stod dart 24, Hearne 2, Richardson 0, Briggs 0, total 292. ?Mr. Wraggc forecasts a heat wave to shortly pass over New South Wales to wards the Pacific, to bo followed by a cold change. Mr. Reid says that whatever form the finished product of the Federal Conven tion may take it must be finally adjourn...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, January 23 — ? ? Bellingen, 10.30 a.m., Mass. — lie v. P. W. Ahem. liellingen, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Benediction. — Itev.P. W. Ahem.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Rain, heat, and mosquitos overlap every thing else, in this district. ? A day's pony and galloway races will be held at^SIacksville on Slarch 17. Sir. a'nd Sirs. F. T. Slatthews, of Bellingen, | havo-gonc to the Clarence for a trip. j Sir. R. J. Smith's new butcher's shop at Bellinger. Heads jvns opened this week. Bachelors' ball at Bowra and a ball at the Coil's Harbor Jettv next Wednesday nisrht. - A Bellinger lady presented her husband with triplets during the week. .Two of them have since died. Entertainment to-night (Friday)at Bowra, under the auspices of the Bowra-Co-operative Shipping Company. :: Sliss . Haffenden, from Ulmarra public school, has succeeded Miss Watt as pupil teacher at the Beliingeii public school. 1 What about our new post office ? Is it not time there was some move in the matter? The Department should be again reminded. ? Sir. SI. J. Uowatij late of Gleniffer, died 'in' the Pnrramatta Hospital recently, from Bright's ilisease. Slick was well known in this d...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, January 23 — Never Never, 11 a.m. — Ilev. T. D. Evans. Bellingen, 3 p.m.—- ,; „ „ .Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ WarrellCk.,3.30 p.m.— Iter. W.U. Marshall. Maeksville~,7.30 2-.m.— „ „ „

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COFF'S HARBOR SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

COFF'S HARBOR SPORTS. Following are the handicaps for the principal events to be run at Coil's Harbor on Wednesday next : — . Opening Handicap. yds. S. H.Schmidt ... ... ... 2 P. McAtcer ... ... ... 3 H. Roberts ... ... ... 5 W. G. Rudder ... . : ... 8 T. J. Martin '...; . ; , ... 12 , . W. Boss ... ... ... ... 13 - , Thos. Wallbank ... . ... ... 13: . ' New Chum ' ... ... ... 14 ' J.L.' ... ... ... .... H ' Byng' ... ... ... ' .., '11 H.Sullivan ... ... ... 14 'Jumbo'... ... ... ... 15 P.Cooper .. ... ... ... 15 ? A. Cavanagh ... ... ... 15 J.Graham... :....- ..; ... 15 J. Gorman ... .:. ... 15 J. Wallace . ... . ... ... 16 : F. Schmidc ... ... 16 Jas. Denny ? ' ... 16 A. U. Slooney, ... ... 16 H. Johnston. ? 16 J.- Quinn ... ... ? - ..; ... 16, ? ? T. McGauran ... ? ? ? ... 17 . W. Partridge . ... 17 W.Jordan . ... ... ... 17 F. Ross ? ' ... 17 A. Best ? - ... 18 H. Best ... ._ ... . ..19 D. Pollock ? 19 J. Gill ? 23 Cofk's Harbor Handicap. S. H. Schmidt ? ... ' 2 I'. McAteei ? 2 ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

CliOHCH OF ENGLAND. Suuday, January 23 (3rd after Epiphany) — Bellingen, It a.m. ( children's service at ? 10.30),— Dev. C. E. Burgess. Bdleigh, 3.30 p.m. — liev. C. E. Burgess. Fernmount, 7.30 p.m. — „ „ „

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