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TRAFALGAR AND NOW [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

. TRAFALGAR AND NOW. t The days of Trafalirnr weie the (lays ;. i,of;:iiiimerically. stupendous armaments, ?consisting. »t monsler mux'/.le-loadin-| ? Mentis,- worked liy manual lalior: Oil an. imv.!| y^ra^e the heavier vessels carried sonie ? -Jthiiti^'.like 130. f?nus.. I'hat. meant the - ..niiiainteiianceoii hoard of very iiiticli larger 'hoilies id nieiuthaii are . now necessary.. :i :.'..il-hen -ii - hi'str0las.s..: hattleslnp's coinple .fi ijiiPiit :m^ht.. hii.v(-,..hee!i ;.!)00 ,nieii,,.and ? .-.Home thrjfe-decker.s cjirrie I ] 000. .Now : it is perhaps a third of thaUnuinhpr. and -.I'liii. vory?fi-w{ instances does a lit iLish war ?ship -'parry-' more that 30 -fjuns of. all ?classes. .-.IJiitjIie firiii!;. power of a moderiP . war vessel is incalcnlahlv irreater, nev^r ffr3Vork5fl'5?ifl ffiiinpU' - -with matheinatical )irecision and lights ~,-'-iiin£'--celeril:yi -by- --hydraulic ? or- ?: electric :? 'Jiower::- I'-h^v meludR what -are known as ? ^- hcaVy. ?^iiUA.'.qincic'-fi...

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THE FIGHT WILL BE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

AVtVERE HIE FIGHT WILL BE ' No one can say where the first blow will-be struck, but in the-i. pinion of Rear Admiral Pearson the fighting proper will '?take place off Cuba.--. I'lie United States ? 1leet .will; ' of course, make elaborate- ar v irangcnients in order to intercept-Spanish ? 'vessels on their- wavvfrom Gape Verde to ?recruit me op.-tm.-so iimv.ii aim mini n n n;-. Tile United' States want Cuba,- mid to -.;tnk(i it must land troops under cover of 1,heir.-fleet on the island,' Spam, on the . other hand, must prevent., if it. he coni .jietent, any such movement. Obviously ... 'the United States admiral . will \seelc to. ?avoid endangering his ships by ,at tempt ing to cavry. a harhor whose waters cover such awful lniyilenients of destruction as ?3 ^tjiat' which it is Relieved 'transformed the ' ,im\giiifToent warship Maine llitil'a'nselcss :htu]|, or from wliose shoreline, hnsthnsj; i with torts; trown cruel nuns. Ho will , .jiim at eflcet ing a landing in some leps j^nfn...

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THE OBJECT OF THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

THE 0 Bitter OF THR WVR War fo-t.he kniie. and the knife to the lnlt.'Vis tlie phrase .used ..recently 'liy; eerlaiu.-Am«ricaii |ounia Is .with -regard to Spain and, (Julia. ./-In lighting- for- Onha Spam is waging war to retain the most 'importaiit colony lelt for her of her once great empire, - and ? absolutely the last colony left to her in the Ne.w- Wiirld which was once. wholly under ? her sway.,; Cuba is the largest island of .the. West Il'idles.- -;It has, au area of-^fl-OOO square iniles;'W'hiL'll :lS: about one-seventh of the. area --f New;(Solitli Wales ; but 'its pop-.; illation .is - ill' excess i.if- ours, being, ac cording to ; ,the ; hi't. ,'ccnsr.s - ;(18!l-f-) l,(!31,(i!)(i, of which (55 p0l'.-;^0lit;s w:i.s. white,' tlie remainder, 'being negro, liar vana. tlie principartowii.i-is ;iiibout lielf tlie size of .Sydney, it .having- a.-.popula-. tion of 200, 000;.-: - he. island. has several other large, towns,., such as Matiinzas, ?with a population of .2-7,000:; ;;Sa...

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INDEPENDENCE OR DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

? : INirii'PENDrC'XUE' Oil' DEATH. - ? ' - . - v-r !?-- '{?! s The following proclamation to the people of tlie' UlillPd Sttites was1 issued liy Tonl-is l'jsliada Palma .it the ofhceol ' the Ouhaii ?luut.i on Maich 17 : — ?' ro tlie Anie'Mrau IVople.— I'he fre quency with which there has ??? lately ap peared iii the' pu'ili.- press sii'j,j;i,-'iioii- /nade by ?nalieion.v or misinformed indi viduals that (''.iVi would accept, '-or'- In. |fii,reei.l to acee]it, anloii'iniy or a iV\ th iu l: short. of independence, has impelled nsto ninke a definite and final- statemeiit'-on ' this .subject. . j ' From the first onr. motto has been ' Independence or Death.' . We are now more firnily thiln everdeterniined to carry out our progrmmiie.-' As we. will not ac cept, we will not even oiseuss; the pro posals of aiitouoniy. ..? A Tter tliree years i of 'the ino-'t' sanguinary and uncivilifed | warfare of modern tunes, carried on. :h.y Spam, we are stronger than ever, it is I for us lo sayavhat w...

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A. GRAFTON SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

A- GRAFTON SENSATION, Foit some mon'ths- past (says the Grip ),. the- police have- been watching certain premises in Hoof-street,, near the pound yard,, with a. view- to- sifting to- the bottom- allegations- that had been made with, reference to- a- charge of bi?.by-f-a rul- ing. Oil Thursday last Const able Alls .1-. ? ? ? „,j. »i.„ ? ? developed infant, wuapped in an old'piecti of ehith, in- the- y a S'd- of ft house occupied by Muw. Mi. L-. Starkey. The child had evitlently been born on Sunday night or Monday morning, and had met with- a violent death, the- skull being fractured. Subsequently, the- charred remains of another infant were found; This body was that of a- child about six months old,, and' had evidoiUly been disposed of several years ago. Mrs. Starkev was plaeed under arrest. Slic stated that she was delivered of a- still-boriV: child! last wcok..

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IMPORTANT TO MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

IMPORTANT TO MINERS. ? The following are the conditions under which rewards will be; paid by the Gov ernment for- the discovery -of payable gold at-deep level : — £2000 to the person or persons who shall first discover and make kuown to the Minister for- Mines- and Agriculture a payable gold deposit at oi-__ below 1500 feet, ami £3000 to: the same or other persyn or persons first disco ver- ing and making known to the aforesaid Minister pnyable gold at or below -2000-' feet, the depths in each case being meas ured from the- top of. the shaft,. which, may be vertical or-inclincd. The- deposit -in each caae shall be .'deemed payable when 250 ton-s h«vc been broken- down,, raised,, and treated at npproved' works,: from or below tho depl lis- named,, under the supervision of officers of the' Depert mout, and when the claimant or claim ants prove to the satisfaction of the Minister fot Mines- and Agriculturo- that such operations- have been attended witln profitable results^. ? The right...

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THE RIVAL FLEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

I THIS UrVA r, FLEETS. I A ccord in1* to tlie latest returns I hp unnihets ot tlto Spimsll iii-l V'Hfin.m (fleets arc'as follows, — ' -pain. Aini/rtCa Hattle'ships... ? ' ... I ???? '? il'orl ilelisiicoslnps'.'.:- ? I . t n , Cruisers: tlist-ela.ss.i. ? -S .5. - f)n: sncnml-(!lfis5.«! ;(? J-S llo I tin 1 1 - Ins-. ')') ;* 'rnrpeslo l-onts ... ?!* ..... -- -1 ?Sp'iiiisli navy -i. .t()()-2'ollfi'oi^, 725. minilr officers, 1 l,(100''-iiloi- 'null in'iimes American navy : 1():)1 --{Tii'nr.s;v-J0 ininrtr ?officers, ?! 3,0.00 .Sailors and ni:irmes.

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AMERICA AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

I AMERICA AND SPAIN. I 2 'Wis extract ' the following I, ijj.tclligwicp i from* our oxclwngos * —

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THE MAINE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

?-* TIIE MAINE. DISASTER. I r I'lie Ilnwki-'- R iy -Herald. New Zeal « anti, is responsible foivtlie. following! ex Is iraordiniiry* story, — '? This paper lt-ains t fiom a gentleman who arnved by the l.i«t . iiSiiii' Pi .iticucn mull steadier tlntt-h-;'«as 'in HjiVhiiji at the time of the Aljinie px ''.'['tlttsirtri.i -jH(1'h-0- thi)t.:i5venin-«f.beiy-».nn- teititlned by a 'prominent citizen:. , l)jnner had jii-t concluded -when -tilt? te)rifio,ex :'ifflrts1t-iVowiiiiTed: !H is.liost.e.ilnilyutijrnud ?io! him niidssnid,:' Oh. that, as the, Maine.!' ??Me'-wns iiitteiwarils.ctold.itliiit a; great ? 'jiniDlier'fif' -Cuhans were; waiting. on. the ? ULavnnn wharves, uto-jscc.'^the explosion, »ti(l enjoyed the spectacle..! ,v. ????

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MEXICO AND THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 29 April 1898

1 :uex.ico and rins states I Tlio cal-ile news contains a . fta foment stlint the Spanish partisans m Mexico oixj ?en(1ci|voring:to.. organise expeditions to ?invade 'tin' 'United Stales. . J'hi.vhnw-. ?cveivts hardly to lie taken seriously. . I'lie ?. United .States of Mexirojoni.tlii! sonth m remit y -of -the Great :Ue, public. ; Mexico lias a population of 2,000,000, ?of whirl) -10 jior cent. arc of pure, or ?nearly pun* -white race, 43 .per cent.are -!-/- niixnil nice, aiifl 38 per cunt, are ln ?diaii'. -The totals fi^]itiii^, sl.roni?tli of Mexico, including ^resei'ves. 13 .Stated to 'jiL'illi52,000:.ll)f|intry. .2:'), 0.00.. dragoons, nyd-8000 aitillery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

FEDERATION 1 MESSRS. J. SEE & R. A. PRICE, M'S.P., WILL VISIT THIS DISTRICT AXI) ADDRESS PUBLIC MEETINGS ' . AS .FOLLOW FERNMOUNT, ? . Mrt. SliE, in Tyson's Hall, on MONDAV, M Ay !). at. 7.ji0 |).ni. .. UPPER BUCCA, ? ;; ' ! ' , Ma. PRICE, iii Gentle's; Hiill,- on ^IQNDitY.^AY^ 0, ii.l ;7.v)0' . RALEIGH, ? Li' , , _ Ah i. SEE, in Raleigh Hall,', on TUES,ttAri :AI^Y'a«^'12 I COFF'S HARBOR, ? ' * | ? Mit. PRICE, on TU,ESUAVi MAY- IO,^ ^at' 12^i.-oii. ^ ^ ? BELLINGEN,— Mil. SEE, in School of .Arts, on TUESDAY, Jvi AY' W^at-T/SO p';in. BELLINGER HEADS, ? 1 . Mit. PRICE, in Scho»l-.of Art#, on TUESDA.^g^i A(Y,ij,P,.af 7.30 p.m. BOWRA, ? 'u ...Mil.- SEE, in. 'Barry!s Hall, on W:EDNESDAY;'JM AY Il,yatr7'.30 p.in. NAMBUCGA HEADS,— ; . : M it. I'llICE. in SL'liool ur AiL.v W'E IJNliS D'A'V.''M A V-'l l',nit-7';80 p.111; ; - i-onUr-M .to! MACKSViLLE,— - .. . l; ? .. .- Mbssiis, SHE and P.RIC-E, in 'AiiisworilvS ITii'll; oil THtJRSbAY-, MAi 12, at 7'.30-p.m;;: : .'S '' unkya,-J::. ji'H...

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COFFS HARBOR V. CORMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

UOL'LJ'S- ?HAIIUOU V;. 'CORAM BA.: -i- i I'laveil at Coramba last Saturday week, mil won by the home team by 79 runs. .Hie 5C01LH were.:---:. 'tr; . ' '' Cor'amha— Flisl inniiigs. ? J. Ellem, b Jordan ...' .;. ... 5. Levey, b Getlens ? - -..;i.l2 Roll ins,. e McGregor; .b .Sullivan ;... . . ...sv.- 3 !-?_ l*i ity.ler, c Brewis, b Gettens ... ... 2 A. Morton, run Out... A ICenip, c l'arroll; b fealUvau ? Watkin, c McVnrlauc, b Jordan ... 11 W. llmliler, run out ? A. J. Morton, not out ? ... ... . J H. l'illem, b Jordan ... ... ... o W. Lcvev, b Jordan ? ... ? b feundiies ... J 1 otal ? 72 Second innings. Rollins, b Gettens ? ? ? 5 A- Motton; c Mct'arlane, b Gettens - ... -t W. Levey, b Joidan ? ?! A. J. Morion, c Long, b Gettens ... ? ... 0 H. ltllem, tun out ? 6 Itudder. I.b.w., b Joulan ? 0 «. Levey, c Joidan, b Gettens ... ... 14 Kemp, b Gettens . ? . ... 2 J. Ellem, not out ? 5 WatUln, c McGiegoi, b Gettens ? 1 L'ntzlerj' b Gettens ... a... ... .- 1; buudries: ... ... w ... b Tot...

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CRICKET. BELLINGER HEADS v. BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

CRICKET. BEIiLINGKIt KKADS'V. BELLING EN1.- I'liAYEDMt 'Bellingen on-Saturilay last,, and won by tlie Heaila team, by nine runs on the first innings, the scores being, — KELIjIKGUU H uads. Ij. Christian, c Apsey, b. Hamilton ... 7 W. D. Iliggin6, run out ... '... ... 3 E. Eliis, b'.Hamillon ... ? ... 25 W. R. 0owdery,'b Hamilton . . ... ...-9 J. Willctl', b Hamilton ... J. G. Myers, b Wills . ... ... ' ... IS A. G. McLiiohlan, b Wills ; .^... 0 J. II. -Lovell, b Wills ... ... 0 A. Christian, nor. out - ... . ... ,-2 K. Christian,- b Hamilton ... ... 11 H. W. Kowe (sub.), absent ... 0 Sundries ... ? ? ... . 9 Total ... ? ... 88 Belmngbk. A- G- Apsev, c Myers, b Wille.tt ... . ? 1.11 . II- W. Hamilton, c Kowe, b Willett ... I' G. t-. Hniiur, li.o.w., b Coivilerv ... ... - 0- K. I'arlrnlKe, u Itowe, b Willett !) G. Wills, e ltowo, b Willett: .. /? :... lb M- P. lialy, c Itowe, b Alul/aulilnn. . ... 0 K. Bniythe, stpd. Mvers, b JIcLaelilan ... . 0 F. U linlsoii, b W illett ... ... ? ......

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FEDERATION. A FEW REASONS WHY WE SHOULD NOT FEDERATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

FEDERATION. A FliW ltUASONS WHY ffli SlIOULE NOT FEDEIUTK. - : BhoausK it renders a twie Federation impossible. ???? , ' ? Because' the capital , is, 'not assured to Noiv Soutli Wales.. ? Becnuse tho provisions .to. remedy in evitable deadlocks are inadequate. '0 Because tlio financial provisions, arc: if both contradictory :and unworkable. .1 f .Because the Constitution! is? weighted § with provisions virtually, precluding its. ft' alterations. § ? Beciinsei no-such fornvof -Federation' rJ has ever lieon attempted, . much. loss. $ brought ?.into , working order. .. . ? . I Because an enormous unueeded . sur | plus in-New South Wales would demoiv Jr nlise our Stale. Government. ?? Because it means government in 1111 | tional affairs by. a majority of the States,, | not fiy a majority of the people. Because no State will ever _be satisfied '5 with its share of tho national revenues, a and friction and ? ill- tvill are inevitable. » Because the Commonwealth Bill .per-, s petuates exis...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

PRESBYTERIA.lt. Sunday, May 8 — JJueeabindiiii,ll a.m.—ltee.W.II.MarnhalL Jiowra, 3 p.m. — „ „ Nambueea Jfeads,-7 p.m. — „ „ ? Machsville, 7 p.m. — .1/;'. 1-. Mogford.

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THE DEVIL IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

THE DEVIL IN CHURCH. The Rev. Mr. Akin, pastor of tho flock of Bethel Church, on Sunday night took for his, theme, ' His Satanic Majesty.' He is' a very eloquent man, and lie painted the arch fiend in vivid colors. At the culmination of the de scription; a being, dressed to represent a devil, .with large head and switching tail, ambled up, the aisle, blowing'umoke front its nostrils and bellowing, ' I am the devil, ond- I want oil of you !;' :Th'o ondjonce , become panic-stricken. ; Men, woinon, and : children were hurled down and trampled upon in the mad rush for tho .'door. .; In -it ho confusion tho stove was upset and the building caught fire. Before the; horrified .'.members of the con gregation had regained thoir sonsos, tho fire had made 'sucli hoiulway that all attempts to save tho church were ill vain. Now George Akin, son of tho parson, confesses that'ho, in company with othor boys, rigged up a devil suit, and know ing tho subject of his father's sermon, concoaled himself ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

CHURCH OF. ENGLAND. ' I Sunday, May 8 (fourth after Easter)-— Jlellingtr Heads. 11 a.m. Fernmoiint (-St. Vincent's), 3 p.m. Jiellingen (St. Margaret's'), 7.30 i-.m. ' Monday, May 9 — Quarry, 7.30 p.m. . .Siinday,-May 15 (Rogation Sunday)— ? Coramba, 11 hm. (ehiUlren's serriee at 10.30 ».--».); Upper 'Jiurca, 3 p.m.; Coramba, 7.30 p'.m. Monday, May 1C — Upper Orara, 7. 30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 — raff's JJa-rbur (Mr. J. Gill's); 7.30 p. m .

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OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

OFFICIAL LETTERS. Mn. John '-McLaughlin, M.P., has been officially informed ns follows, — 1. That an amount has been noted for consideration ill connection with next year's Estimates I o provide for the erec tion of a bridge over Die Happy Creek, on '.the Never Never road. 2. That a sum of £28 has been griintea to enclose anil : clear a part ot tho general cemetery at' Nainbucca Heads. 3. That a sum of £3 Gs. has been granted to erect n fence, to protect the old graves in tiie pilot reserve at Num hucca Heads. 4. That instructions have been given to carry out the work of: making a drain to carry off the water on tho road load ing South-west' Itoaks to J. Miles c.p. ' 5. Tho sum of £40 has been granted for the purpose of fencing tho general eemefery at Arakoon, and the names of three trustees are to bo submitted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

Football MEETING of all those . interested in . /~\ ? the formation of a Football Club in' Itelliu'gcn will be held at Mv. T. Barrett's Hotel To-morrow (Saturday) Evening, at 8 o'clock. ........... S. HATTERSLEV. Daily Mail Service. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at r'V Ainsworth's Hall, MacksviHc,' To morrow (Saturday), at 7.30 p.m., for the purpose of taking steps towards get.i ing tlie daily mail service extended from Kempsey 'to Grafton. ? - . . ... J. EGAS. Postponed. 0WINO to the inclemency of the weather, the Dramatic Entertainment and Con cert advertised to take place at Bellingen to-night mid at Fernmount to-morrow night lias been postponed. The Entertainment will take place at Bellingen on Friday, May 20, niid at Fernmount on Sal unlay, May 21. F. A. DAVIES t Joint j F. U. H; BAKI5R f Hon. Sees. Progress Committee for the Bellinger. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in Tyson's Hall, Fernmount, on Wednes day, May 18, at 7.30 p.m., for tlie purpose of forming a Combined Progress ...

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THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

THE MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. -.-Messrs. Hill, Clark, and Co. re port,— The depressing state of the bacon market has interfered very considerably with the sale of baconers, prices being low. ' Heavy porkers are also selling badly, but the lighter- sorts are selling hotter itv comparison. We quote extra prime weighty-back fat .pigs at 40s. to GOs.,' weighty baconers :i3s. to 45s., good heavy 42s. to 43s.. good 33s. to 38s.,1 light 25s. to 31s., best heavy porkers 22s. to! 24s;, others from 12s. to 20s., according to quality. During the week we have sold nearly 400. The Farmers' Co-oporative Company, Limited, report, — Tho fat pig market is again over-supplied, and valuos through i out all sales liaue ruled easier. This was especially noticeable on heavy pork ers and heavy baconers. Prime light i porkers and baconers have met with fair competition, at last week's rates, hut other descriptions have been neglected. Values of fat calves are unchanged, and i last week's quotations will h...

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