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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
The flunitcinl clauses of the . Common wealth Bill differ somewhat from those of tlie bill of 1891. Some time after the passing of the bill of J S(»J ,' Sir Samuel Griffith .pointed out that the proposal to have it general revenue for the Federal Parliament, to bu nfterwauls divided per capita amongst the various colonies, would result in n loss to- New Son t li Wales. while 'Victoria would gain, and i Queensland would lose, and lie showe I | conclusively that these provisions could I not lie accepted; That was one -'of the principal question* with which the recent Convention had to deal. The clauses of the bill which deal with the financial question are 8!), !)0, 1)1, !)2, 93, and- 94. The first provides that each colony shall he credited with the amount of customs and excise duties received during the first year, under, a uniform .'-tariff,' to he paid over monthly. lint Mr. ComiiiAN's figures show that if New South Wales federates tinder .that provision she will lose from £f-()0,...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
Sunlight Flashes. Tiinouan.THK Winn. Sydney, Wednesday. Tiie revenue for ' April, as compared with the. corresponding month of last year, shows an . increase of £124,555. Land, tax shows, a comparative increase of £54,000, and income tax £37,000: The -revenue for tho year, so far, shows an incroas'o of £117.000.. The Colonial Treasurer. expresses gratification at the wonderful increase; A .Cingalese named James Jeorasulioa has been drugged . and robbed - of £250 ill Melbourne. ' . ' - The warship' Torclr.has -proceedod to Hokiunga, to assist in quelling nativo disturbance?: The Maoris are still anxious to fight, and great care will be needed: to.- avoid hostilities. Tho Now Zealand Government has ordered an armed force to : proceed to the scene of the disturbances. The Maoris are ad vancing on Ritiveno. Tlioy threaten to fight.and to blow np the town if their demands :are not complied with. Sydney, Thursday. : ?The writ for the federal referendum will be issued about May 17. The two...
AMERICA AND SPAIN. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
AMERICA AND SPAIN. Sydney, Friday. Thkee American cruisers bombarded Matanzns, 45 miles east of Havana, yes terday. Tlioy fired 300 shots at the Forts, demolishing the whole of the earth works. The guns wero dismantled, and many of the garrison were killed. The opunmrds feebly replied, lhc American ships were standing completely out of range. The discipline on board tho lat ter was of tho highest character, and the aim of the marksmen excellent. Cuba will be invaded on Saturday by armed forces. , i , Sydney, Monday. Tho Cuban insurgents, acting in con junction with the American troops, at tacked Mniitonilln.' Great fighting took place, and the insurgents were victorious. Considerable loss is reported by the both sides. . , Ihe flogship JNew York bombarded Fort Cabinns, near Havana, and wrecked two batteries. It is reported that 3000 South Amer icans have landed south of Cuba to as sist the Spanish forces.1 ? The American flying squadron lias left, it is believed to meet: the .'.Span...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
£10,000— A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK— £1 0,000 Ot'* FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING DISPLAYED ]N THIRTY SHOW-ROOMS, On View at A. HALL AND COMPANY'S, The Universal House Furnishers. HAL.LS' FURNITURE is all of the highest class, make, and finish. HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during tlie past ten years has enabled us to extend our Showrooms and make theni one of the Sights of Sydney. HALLS' NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FOR 1898 POST FREE. HALLS PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, 5G1, 563j 5G5, 5G7 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET Leave Tram or 'Bus at Liverpool-street for HALLS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
STEAM TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Routs. The Geo. 'W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. The new Fast s.s. Excelsior., 400 tons, the favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. rpiIU s.s. ?'ExcelsUr. leave's Caff's . Harbor I Jetty every Sriridny. morning, 'at 9 a.m., an-l; leaves Svdnov every Tuesday -evening,. The s.s. VVollumliin also calls as required, liolli steamers have cold storage of most modern arninscmcii.t, and. an impetus is nojv j;i voii to 'the dairying industries throughout the district. The'lCxeclsior is elect lie-lighted throughout, and lias superior accommodation for passengers. Steward and stewardess, and I ladies' cabins anil other slate rooms on deck. Fares between Coifs Harbor and Sydney— Habin, single £1 10s;, return £2 10s;. Steerage .CI. . Kor further particulars, apply llest s Hotel, Coil's Haibor, or to G130. W. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney. The North Coast « NAVIGATION « CO., : , ?/,' LIMITED. . . , rpHli favorite s.s. IiOSEDALE will make V- JL ...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
Church Services. ' . WESLEYAN. 'Friday, May fi — Coff's Harbor, 7 p.m. — Jtov. A. Graham. Sunday, May 8 — ?Upper Orara, It. a.m. — Ift.'C. A. Graham. Upper Jhiena, 3 p.m. — „ / ,, Coramba. 7 p.m. — „ ,, „ ? Jiellingrii, 7 p.m.— Mr. Jt. Griffith. JS'erer- Never, 7 p.m. — Mr.-.A. Palmer. , Taylor'* Arm( Welsh's), 11 a.m. — Mr. D. ' Mvijfortl. Ttiesday^.May 10 — Lower jlitoca, 7 p.m. — Rev. A. Graham, i
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
Brief Mention. .''.Withered- Leaves' postponed for a j fortnight. ? I Mr. C. Vale is erecting a neat cottage in BeHiugen. I Football.- meeting to-morrow night- at Bar- i rett's Hotel. j Tlie'chenpest store to buy your drapery is | F.T.Matthews'.* The' Rosedale leaves Sydney on Monday next for the Bellinger. ? ? i If you want pretty fur or beaded trimmings go to F. T. Matthews.* I The drought iu inland districts continues to I enhance values for ali classes of produce. Lower Bucca has Ibeen gazetted a polling j place for the electoral district of Raleigh. In Sydney, on Thursday, 12 pigs from the I Bellinger sold, to 3*-s. (id., and 15- to 44s. (-d. i Go to F. T. Matthews'. You will find a i lovely stock of dress materials for evening | wear.* I All the requisites of a first-class Hotel at moderate charge at Egan's West Kempsey Hotel.* | Tho General Assembly of the Presbyterian I Church oE New South Wales was to meet last Tuesday. 'F. T. Matthews has opened a choice- lot i of ladies' ...
PUBLIC MEETING AT FERNMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
PUBLIC MEETING AT FERNMOUNT. A l'UHMO meeting was held in Tyson's hall, Fermount, on Wednesday evening last, for tlie purpose oE agitating for several matters of urgent importance to the residents. Mr. .11. Hou'twood, J.l'., presided, but owing lio doubt, to the inclement weather -the atten dance was small, not more than 20 being present,. The chairman, in opening the business, dealt at length -with the respective resolutions coming before them, pointing out the absolute necessity 'for having the different works' carried out. The only reso lution which received any opposition was the one referring to the opening oE Fernmount Barrietoii road, and the objector (Mr. It. S. McDougall, J. Pi) did not object to the road so much as the route ..they' proposed. to take. At this, stage the meeting became somewhat excited, but only for a short time, when business was resumed. ..The following are the resolutions which wefe put and carried : — Proposed by Mr. F. R. H. Buker, and second ed by Mr....
CORAMBA ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
CORAMBA ITEMS. - Our correspondent writes' under date April 30: — Mr. Coilard, who is taking over the Coramba branch of Mr. Maries' store, arrived here last week. . . The foundation block of St. I'aul's Anglican. Chinch. Coramba, was' laid by Arclldeacon Moxon on the 25th in stant. After the usual ceremony the Arch deacon delivered a brief and impressive ad dress. A bottle containing some papers ami coins was deposited in tlie cavity in the bloek. , About 50 or 60 residents attended, and £5 I8s. Gil. was deposited on the block. Tlie Archdeacon preached to a Targe congregation in the evening. : Messrs. A. Townshend and C. Sliephard are the contractors for tlie- new ; building, and they expect to have it com pleted in two months' time. 'Hie Church ; will be 30 feet by 20 feet, with four staine'l | glass windows on either side, got hie ljeailed. The Glenreaghaml Coff's Harbor crieket j ers played to-day on . Coramba wicket, Glcn ' reagh winning by 54 runs. Coramba clob has closed its s...
BOWRA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
BOWRA NEWS. Ouii correspondent writes, — Corn-pulling is in full operation, ami heavy crops are the older of the day. . . Dairying, notwith standing tho departure oE Messrs. Barr from Bowra, is destined to play an important part in the' industry of this district. Mr. Alex. Graham has obtained a separator, anil several others are contemplating a similar step. Mr. Angus McKay will, have a creamery in full opera! ion next week, which, together With the extensive' business he has worked up in this district in tlie poultry and ei,'g line, should return him a handsome profit. Mr. McKay is just as willing anil anxious to pur chase cream :as; milk, and this will,, be very advantageo'us to those havin-j their own sep arators, provided a fair price can be obtained, i . . I notice copies of the Federation Hill are bciiiniiing to arrive through the post, but so far little interest iY being taken in the matter. . .... a,!J, . ... .... '.
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
BOWRA PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting of the Bowra Pro gress Committee was held in Barry's hall on Saturday last. Mr. W. Harry, J. I'., occupied the chair. The miiiuti-sof the previous meet ing having been read and Confirmed, the secretary read a quantity of correspondence, as follows,— Stating that, improvements to that- portion of the road from Bowra to Upper 'South Arm, between Messrs. White's ami tcnce, are contemplated rrom next year's vote ?, that the amount of busi ness done does. not warrant the appointment oE a telegraph messenger at Bowra ; that.it is.considcri?! an additional maintenance man is hot required, as existing arrangements arc Working satisfactorily ; that a further com munication' would be made with icferenre to extending Ituecrnbcndini road to North Arm, ? the -establishment.: of n daily mail between Sydney and Grafton, the cutting at Laniph's Hill, deviation on Upper South Arm, anil holding Lnnd Hoard meetings at Bowra ; that i the dredge: Iota will p...
MARRIAGE AT BOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
MARRIAGE AT BOWRA. Acokkespondent writes, — On Wednesday last, at Gleiicoe Farm, Mr. W. B. Laird and Miss Scrivener enteieil the united state. The wedding .was quiet, and iu every way a pleas ant one. Tfte bride was dressed — the writer can't, tell how. He never could, can't, and never will be able to describe a lady's dress. All that lie can say is that she looked well, anil just as a bride out to look. Miss Alice Scrivener was bridesmaid, and Mr. , Robert Laird best man. The knot was tie:l by the Rev. A. Graham. After the: ceiemony a number of toasts were honored. The Rev. A. Graham proposed one to the newly-married couple, and -Mr. Laird replied. Mr. W. Ains worth proposed the heal lb of the bridesmaid, and Mr. Robert Laird replied. Mr. Win. Scrivener, jun., proposed the health of Mrs. Laird, the hostess ; Mr. W. Laird replied. All the speakers wished the couple all sorts of good. ..They were glad that they had hail the courage to go ahead anil to face lit'e with all its responsi...
THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
THE ROSED ALE. The s.s. Rosedulc., Captain I'aulsen, left Sydney at 11 p.m. on April 30, and crossed in to tho Hellinger al G a.in. on May 2. Experi enced fresh southerly winds with ron/h sea anil showery weather. throughout the passage. Passengers— M rs. May, Miss Ellis, Mr.Smith, Master Ellis, and one in the steerage. Cargo — 20 tons general. The Rosedale left tlie Bellinger on Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock, for Sydney, with the following cargo, — 1234 bags maize, 20 bags potatoes, 12 cases eggs. 5 coops poultry, 24 hides, 1G cans cream, 54 pigs, and 50 packages sundries. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. II. Hansen, Mrs. A. Black, Mr. Uyan, Mr. Coylc.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
CRICKET. A MATCH will be plnyeit at Fernmount to-morrow (Sal unlay), between Uellingen and Ferninount teams, when liellingen will lie represented by — Messrs. G. Wills, H. 1'.. Ilnly, (t\ Whatson, \V. Jay, S. A. Osborne, A. G. Apsey, U, E. Partridge, W, W.- Wilson. W. Mills, II. W. Hamilton, ami G. J. Henderson. The Fernmount teiim are — Messrs. A. Tyson, W. Tyson, J. MeGeary, H. Greer. W. Carney, W. D. Higgins, J. Moclair, R. J. Smith, W.' Warren, J. II. Lovell. and G. Carney ; C. D. Thompson and J. Washington, emergencies.
SPAIN AND CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
SPAIN AND CUBA. Th i! London /I'iines-co rres po 1 id e 1 1 1 at Havana writing in: 'Fi'liruarv' liist;:'isays; — The ex|)endrtur.e of tlii! Spanish Gov ern i;u'iit on . account, of the- Cuban troubles. is iiow.,t,l;(i00.000sti!i'lnig:ovcrj'. month. '1 he arrears of imvmeilts of all kinds ill Cuba ?are-iiiore than (i0.000.000 dollurji.prrSuY £12.000.000. sierling. 111 round, figures. -Unless .pence .-.can bo brought about -b^ some arrrtiigoments with - the /insurgents, this- ruinous exjietise niiis't coiiiinuo for. .an ? indefinite .period. The war. has alrojidy - cost. Spain, -.fully £48,000,000 sterliiig. or;.- if \vc. 'include the unpaid arroars.'£(i0. 000.000 sterling. . The army has dwindled .down; to .little nio.ro -than . hall i(s ..iiotiiityd i sftreiigth: The. number of: men ikillod ot' .who :? have ? dieil,fof':wotinds Grdrseaso'-'^ihcfe' the -re- 1 volt began: is slaU'd- to . l|e u2l0Q0 : -no ' fewer than 47.000 'have, been ..lnvalided to Spain :! -those' 111: hospital an...
BEACON GOLD MINI-. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
BEACON GOLD MINE. We (Examiner') are in receipt of reliable news, direct from the management, through a letter just received from a correspondent con nected with tlie mine, that there is every probability of the early closing-down of the property for an indefinite period. Our cor respondent asserts that red-tape. oil the .part of certain Governmental departments is so' seriously handicapping Captain Crabb that that gentleman can see not-inng ror it out to shut down. If work is suspended at the lieacon mine for the reasons stated, a- great blow will have fallert on the mining prospects of the district. Those interested in district mining — and who is not, wc ask. either di rectly or indirectly — should at once' take the i necessary steps to remove the obstacles com plained of. / . o
DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
DAIRYING. A. BnixifJii- farmer . advocates bran water as-a milk stimulant for dairy coavs. Here is Ins recipe. If yon desire to get a'lurge yield of rich milk, give your cows ovory day water slightly wanned and slightly salted, in which bran has-been 3tirred-at the rate ol one quart^to: two | gallons of water. You will find,-, if you | have not tried this daily practice,, that ' your cow will givo 25 percent. ? ? milk immediately under tho effects of it,- and :thafc she-will become so attached to the diet that she will refuse to drink clear ?water unless very tluioty. But this mess glie will; drink any tune, and look for more; The amount of this dunk neces sary i? an ordinary watcr-pail .it a time -—morning, noon, and night. - Mr- Bai'tram gathered J.'the, following data' whilst in Denmark and Sweden. Gonjing^fro'in a -practical man, the .infor mation may be relied upon. ? I lie annual rent paid lor dairy farms is from -20s. to 30s per acre. Good dairy cows with a 'butter: -record a...
DAILY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898
DAILY MAIL. At a public meeting held at Nana Glen on the 23rd ' ultimo, in connection with a daily mail service from Kempsey :o south Grafton, the following .'resolution was carried unanim ously, — 'That a petition be drawn up and signed by all the residents, and when com plete to be forwarded to secretary, Central Commit tee,' to be 'dealt With finally, asking that, the 'postal authorities might sec:lit to institute.' a daily mail from Iveui|-scy-to .Niuth Graftan, v'ui Coff's Harbor, Coramba, Nana Glen, ami Glenreagh.' . . A public meet ing- will be held at Macksville to-morrow (Saturday) evening, to consider the necessity for a daily mail Service.