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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. chapter, vi lr. liuzAHHTii tnnk 111) active share in the necessary arrainji'inents that followed ti|iiiii hor tjrandniixlier's death. (Jrcfjury hail taken into his own hands tlie maii .?iirenient of m'lH'vLhinir. M is lirsttlinuL'hV' was to j^i vi? Klizahelli . as .lit tin pain as' was possible. : I In nnule in - effort. to sou I her during the IVw sombre days preccd- I ini? tlm fnni'i'al. v -1 In had in smiso of pleasure in ihe knowledge that In* was i nlilo to spare her the details oF these last I services to the (lend. Hp knew it would have hurt her to share th(Hi». Me him self was conscious of n vasfuo sort of pain when the keys wero i»ivoiv to liini,. and I he had to unlock toxes ami drawers filled with his . grandmothers prrvate' papers. It seemed almost sacrilege to him to. touch such secret things. He handled the packets of faded old : letters with reverent 'lingers. There was not much disorder every thing seemed to have- been- already ar ranged hy the ol...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

£1^00 ! £1000! WORTH OF WINTER GOODS J';' : NOW OPENED AT ; F. T. MATTHEWS' . (Received per s.s. Indramayo, from London direct). , THE PROPRIETOR of THE BELLINGEN STORE wishes to call . ' the 'attention: of the public to the Bargains he is now opeiiiu- in every line of Drapery for the Winter Season, and would direct ..special; attention to. the Cheap Lines of— .Blankets dress stuff , 'FiiANNELS SERGES . RUGS SHEETINGS ' ? QUILTS ' CALTCOES ' : ' FLANNELETTES TABLE DAMASKS - TOWELS -? . SHIRTINGS ' : FUR TRIMMINGS1 ' FANCY HEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS VELVETS SILKS '? FANCY SHOT SILKS LADIES' TRIMMED & UNTRIMWIED HATS. All the Now and- -Fashionable Shapes. A Pretty Stock of New Flowers and Trimmings. . : The Choicest ever seen 011 the Bellinger. LADIES' CLOUDS & CAPES. A big stock of Now Shapes and' Designs. See them. MEN'S, YOUTHS', & BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, Macintoshes. Cardigan Jackets, etc. ' ' Inspect thjs Magnificent Display, and you will have some...

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

A HIGH CHURCH' DIGNITARY. The Hiulit Iteveiend Mnimi'.'nrir O'lliicii. ItciSiii of Si. Julia's i ' ('ii lege. Sydney, Ims expressed Ids opinion of . I.OASIIY'S '? W.MIOI) ' ; , in l lie following teinis. OR. O'BRIEN'S I STATEMENT. St. Jollll S Pill I Syilncy. Hue. I'i. INiir. Dear Kits. — A 1 1 in I (if Tioasliy's 'WAlino.' hail tally uonvinecd nie of its excc|il ioiial, ly.yits as a lenicily for Imlfuei-l ton. (Signed) .Ia.m'ks. ?/,. O'I'.ihhn, To boasliy's Walioo' M'fg. Co. LOASBY'S WAHOO Cuii be olpl aiiibil from all i.licm isls, pi ice or post ficu- from , the sole nialinrncliuvrs apd pro-' ' ])i'ietors, Loasby's' Wahoo ' M'fg. Co., Ltd., 177 KRNT-STKKHT, SVDNKY... GOOD NEWS FOR WINTER ! BROWN'S IXL. CASH STORE, BELLINGEN, NEWWINTERSTOCK b v DRAPERY & CLOTHING. MACINTOSHES, OILSKINS, ALL SIZES, A1 LOWEST PRICES. SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES IN GROCERIES. Barbed Wire (best), only 13s per coil ; Wire Nails, 2d per lb ; wax Vestas, only 3d doz. HGRTOiSPS GUARANTEED SEEDS (A XEW...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 6 May 1898

'LOCAL LAND BOARD. . Thk Local Land Board, consisting of Messrs. A. J. Park (chairman), P. E. Cheers, and' -F. T. Matthews, sat at Bellingen on Saturday last, when tlie following cases- were dealt Willi, most'of them being formal matters : — Ueorge llobert Jtowo. — All application for ail 0:0. P. and C.L. There was no appearance of or on behalf of the appli cant, and' iio evidenco as to facts, and the application was theiefore stiuck out of tlie list. ??Ethel -Moody!— An application for an O.Q;iP. 'of-40 acres- 'on the South Arm, parish SontlrB'elliiigfen.6- Continued. George .Burgess.— An. application for 40 acres, .' 0.0. P., paush AT.iinbucca. Confirmed. Archibald Thomas Keevers. — An ,ip plicationt'foi'-7i-' iiefes.' O.d.!l\,\on the | Orara, pnrisli Comlaioi. Confirmed. , ; Nicholas Keojjli. — An application for | 45, aci\'s,.A.C.P-, palish Noilh Bellin gc*iij,\r«s confirmed^ «i(d J,hb same appli- | cant was gi anted an annual le.ise of 300 acres at an annual leutat ol JZ;i. Cha...

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WAR. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

Sunlight Flashes; Through the Wire. . SYiisEV, Saturdav. . The steamer Maithlnd is ashore off Barrenjoey.'v It is feared all hands are lost. r . , . : Later. Tho report of the wreck of the steamer Maitland is coiifirmedi Two boys and fdtil* women .(ik) supposed to have been drowned, llie engines broke, down. ( SviisjEY, Wednesday. It is now definitely ascertained that seven passengers — Mrs. McNeil and two daughters, Miss Cartwright; Samuel Oleljas, .W. .Odgwdll; niid AlUdrt .Cup ourer— ^and 12 of the crew of the steamer Maitland wero lost. II. Winsor and several linkiiown steerage passengers aro missing. A niitriber of bodies -have been wnslied.nslib'r'ei liib'b'ratod by sharks, lit is believed that altogether 28 persons have perished. Aii effort was liiade to save tho vessel by pouring kerosene into the furnaces when it was impossible to put coal. The steamer parted asunder within a few minutes of her. striking. Captain Skinner and the ... o.tlicfr officers savcid giVti most thril...

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AMERICA AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

AMERICA AND SPAIN. The United States Governmei t have received a report from Admiral Dewey -in reference to the naval engage. neut 111 the Philiptucs. He n ports that eleven Spiuiish warships wore destroyed during the battle. : The fortifications at the en trance to the Bay of Manilla have been destroyed, the American squadron- hold- ing complete controi-oi tuo iiartior. lie intimates his- ability; to - capture the city at'any moment. The Americans emerged fronv the conflict .virtually, scatheless. None of- the warships wore 'injured, and not uucmau. of , the; whole squadron was killed, whilst few only were wounded, l'lto American commander announces that'thu Spanish losses wore very heavy. He holds 20V of' the- wounded as pns OtierS. ?' A' telegram Trom tho Governor of Manilla to the Spanish Government an nounces that the Americans have sci/.cd the fortifications and arsenal at Cavitc. A strict blockade is mniulniticd by Ad mind Dewey's fleet. 1 he foroign consuls at Manilla hare r...

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SMITHTOWN DAIRY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

SWITHTOWN DAIRY COM PANY, LIMITED. The Smitlitown Dairy Company was started in 1889, the promoter of the ini tial meeting being Mr! W. C. Eiltlis, ihjteiy district inspector bf llie A..J.S. Bank. Fifteen hundred shares were sub scribed, but like many other concerns iu tho boom times, instead of calling, nil the capital up, only part was ccillod tipj nild a oanK ovcrurait raisea on tne strengtn of the othor half. Conseqii'eiitiy; wlien floods set in, mid calls could not be mot* the interest becamo a serious item oh a small supply. The company opened the factory in February; 1801, there bei ng a large gathering of Macleayites to mark tlio dccasion. The first manager was Mr. Frank McCaffrey, who left later 011 takd charge of the Government Travel ling Dairy; bis nssistiiiitS beiiigf Mr; Ar thur Jacksdii; who- has'' coiitinu'ed iii ths company's service ever since, and is iib\y manager, a position which he has held for some years. Its first year's working .showed that the pioneer's lot ...

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THE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

THE MARKETS. ; Sydnkv, Thursday. -? : Messrs. Hir.r,, Ci..vrk,v;and Co. ro :port,— Supplies of fat |itgs tiro very limited this week, owing: to the heavy ; weather prevailing tilling tlio const, and ? tlie market shows a further improvement ;for all descriptions,' with- a fair demand. W e quo to extra pritno weigh ty buck ptgs 'at 52s:* to--70s., prime weigbty.-bticnnors 47s.' to 4!)s., good! Iinavyj 44s. to :;47s.,: good 3(is. to- 42s., light' 2!)s. to 84s., ; best, heavy .. porkcis, 24s. to 27s.,. good ;21s. to 23s., other descriptions from i-l 3s.* to\20s.i; according; to quality: .-? ;Wc isold our usual compliment this weok. a Massrs. II.- Prescott and Co. report,— J iMatzo is dtiil of sale, .at from 2s. 2d. to !2s:,3d., owing.r to- itlie heavy stocks' o-n the wharves. 'Pigs r prime I ki Conors -15^.- To 48s., medium 35s. to ; 40s. ; : prune porkers in good dcmtiud, at 25s. !to 28,s. ; stores 10s. to 20s. i; The Kartuers'. Co-operative Company, : Limited, report, — Supplies of f...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

ltOMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, May 15 (llogat ion Sunday)— Upper Oranv (Mr. G. McCann's), 9 a.m. Itev.P. ]V. Alter n. Coramba, 11 a.m., Mass'. — Hec.I'.IV.Aliern. Upper liueaa, 1.30 p.m., liccniny Devotions and Sermon. — llev. 1'. AV; Ahem. Thursday, May 19 (Ascension Day) — llellhigen,9 a.m., Mass. — ller.P.W.Altern.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

Brief Mention. M 11. John McEi,iione, M.P., is dead. Tho cheapest store to buy your drapery is F.T.Matthews1.* If yon want pretty furor beaded trimmings , go to F. '1'. Matthews.* F. T. JIattuews has opened n choice lot of ladies' winter dresses iu single dross lennrths * To-day (.Friday) has been gazetted a public holiday within the policc district of the Mae leay Itiver. ; Hobt. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash pur chaser of pigs nnd cattle; fats or stores, in large or small lots.* Federation is the barning topic, and F. T. Matthews' big stock the topic of the Bellinger Indies conversation.* The cheapest shoe leather in New South Wales: is Gillespie's bluchers, 7s.- Gd., spot cash, at F. '1'. Matthews' Bellihgen Store.* Thus Mr. It. N. Johnston, the Government Statistician, Hobart, 011 Mr.Coghlan's federal finance figut.s,- — '? Coghlnn's conclusions are mine.' _ / - The concert ami ball in nfd of Mrs. Clough, which was to have taken plaice laSt Friday at Macksville, was postponed owi...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

Pit ESHYTISKIAN. Sttu lay, May 15 — Upper Taylor's Arm. 10 a.m. — Iter. 11'. I/. Marsha//. Ventral Taylor's Arm; 3.30 p.m. — Her. If, ir. Marshall. Miiehsrille, 7 p.m. — Iter. H'. II. Marshall. Taylor's Arm, 3p.m. — Mr. IX. Mogford. :.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

i .CHUUCIf Ol'' HN'ULANn.' Sunday, May 15 (Itogai ion Sunday) — ? Coramha, 11. a.m. ( children's serrier- at 10.30 a.m. It; Upper Hucea, 3 p.m.; Corn mba, 7,30 p.m. . Monday, May 1U: — Upper Oram, 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17 — 1 Coff's IIarb.ir,{Mr. J. Gill's), 7.30p.m.

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A SPLENDID CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

A SPLENDID CHANCE. Anyone who visits Mr. F. T. Matthews' Bellingcn store just, now must be impressed with' the' wonderful amount, of goods which stock the fine large building from (loir to ceiling. The variety, quality, and reasonable price of the goods are sure to attract numbers, of customers. 1 he ..Bellingcn store imports most ot its stock direct trom the manufac turers at home, nnd the middlemen's charges^ are' thus -saved to the purchaser. Mr. Matthews has just opened and marked u splendid; stock which -cost ,£l(i(J0, and which lie- imported direct'fronV London I -v tlie ss, ; Indramnyo. ? 1 lie stock Js. really .wort h hi spect ion. and some great bargains arc to be had. 1 he drapery department, ot course, is a very important one, and - it is even better than 111 tormer tunes; Blankets:, especial I y adapted for tlie. winter, are very cheap: - Iiu^s quilts,' flannelettes, and towels are vaned'and numerous. - I here m . a rich show ot ilress stuffs for this specia benefit of -...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

So Far ns nven o-f learniiig aud aUility are cMtcerm'd, we ln--t our respect will never lie .wanting fur-that type of man ulio joins to high intellectual: pi-wer u sense of the value imd'-- the^ ^ Iwariirg of tl-oie great, eternal prineiplei out of w liic-h alone the happiness at-d safety of hum tit societies ' can lie lormeir. :\ve recognise amongst the spoii:»ers erf the- OomiDunwealth-IJill no such titan-. \Ye recognise men of great mental gifts— men who can liring to- bear- great po-wers 'of research, great powers. of arialysi.tjirtid.of memory, ob- i Hyrvation, atrd conipiirison, ntul all the | ljiter'([iialitiud of dutulleut-^diiit we recog- I uise, when we read their woik, that they j have us'ed^:all 1 those _ powers 5 only - to i arrive at and defend uiiaouinl coucltt- j sions. Rccognisititr this,, we conceive i t hilt' it- i.s''0ur duty, as' it'iis the right of every man in this country, to exercise his own ..judgment freely* aiid- indepen dently..' ; and if appeals iwcro m...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

QUARTER SESSIONS. THiiQunrtci' Sessions were opened at Kemp-' sey, 011 Monday last, before Judge Docker. Thomas Swift, of Taylor's Arm, pleaded guilty to n charge- of. assaulting Bernice Welsh, a child; under 14 yeais, near Macksville. The charge was reduced from indecent assault to common assault, anil accused pleaded guilty. He was seutcnccd to six mouth's imprison ment 111 Port Macquane gao!. An npplten tion by nceused's solicitor that Swift be dealt with under the First Offender's Act, was re fused. John Joseph Petersen,- of Bowra, pleaded guilty to a charge of administering drugs to Sarah Ann McKay with felonious ifrtent, on' March 30 anil April 2, 1897, ami was sentenced' to- two years' imprisonment witli hard labor in Darlingliiirst'gaol: Thomas Nance pleaded not guilty to a charge of hav ing supplied a noxious drug, 011 March 30, 1897, at Bowra, knowing the same wasfornn unlawful use.. As Mr. Hamlet, Government Analyst, 'was too ill to attend, Mr. Browning askedifor an adjou...

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Local Interest. FOOT-RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

Local Interest. FOOT-RACING. About 100 people assembled on the Bel-, lingcn Park. Inst Saturday, to witness a race 1 between J. JlcXally mid J. Broivnlee, for £ii aside, distance 112 ynr.ls. Messrs. Sinyt lie and W. 1C. Bennett officiated ns judges, nnd Mr. W. T. Camubell as starter. For about 00 yards the runners kept well together, tlion McNally forged ahead, and eventually won by about five yards.

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NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

NAMBUCCA HEADS. Our correspondent writes under date lltli instant as follows: — The lieav gale which raged here Inst.. -Friday raised n rough sea, which (considerably damaged tho training wall for about 1 100 feetof its length. Stones weighing two, three, and more tons' were knocked out of position, nnd tlie tram rails for several hundreds of feet, together with the sleepers mid ballast were washed nway and rendered useless. The wall luoUs a wreck, anil work is' temporarily suspended. The Progress Committee took promp action, and brought the matter under the Works Depart ment's notice; through the member, with a view to having the wall raised before tlie con tractor puts new rails down. It is to be hoped that this necessary improvement will be agreed upon, as without, it the wall will evi dently not be a permanent good. Thedr'edge Alesus broke 'from her moorings am! dragged her atiehors-for a hundred yards, through the tremehilously strong flood tide brought iii by. the wind - anil'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

£10,000— A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK —£1 0,000 o H FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING DISPLAYED IX THIRTY SHOW-ROOMS, On View at A. HALL AND COMPANY'S, The Universal House Furnishers. HALLS' 1 FURNITURE is nil (if the highest class, make, and finishi HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during the past ten years has enabled us to extend our Showrooms and make them one of the Sights or Sydney. HALLS' NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FOR 1898 POST FREE. HALLS PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, 5(51, 563, 5G5, 567 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET Leave Train or 'Bus at Liverpool-street for HALLS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

i STEAfW TO SYDNEY. The Fast Direct Route. ? The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGMLAH WEEKLY SERVJCE. f* The new hast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the ?' favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. :s rpHK ss. Kxcelsisr le.-ives Coff's Harbor '? X- Jetty every Sunday mprninu;, at 0 a.m., S and leaves Sydney every 'J'nesday evening. « The 's;s. ??Wollumbin also calls as required. « liotli steamers have cold storage oE most ^ modern arrangement, and an impetus is now ??2 -;ivcn t6 the dairying industries throughout « tiic district. TheKxcclsior is elcctric-lighterf throughout, and has superior accommodation . for passengers. Steward and stc\yariiess, and =! ladies' cabins and other state rooms on deck. Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney — ? Cabin,' single £1 10s, return £2 10s ; '? Steerage £1. Kor further particulars, apply llest's Hotel, ; Coft's Hai bor, or to . ? 0150. W. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st.. Sydney. The Nor tli Coast STEAM « NAVIGATION * CO., LIMITED. rrttlK favorite s.s. HOSI5...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 13 May 1898

Church Services. WESL13YAN. Sunday, May 15 — A~ei Never, 11 a.m. — Ilev. A. Graham. Jtclliiij/en, 3 p.m. — „ „? Femmovnt, 7 p.m. — » ' -V ' ' Glcnijf'er, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. ifudijcs. Sunday, May 22 — Coff's Harbor, 11 a.m. — 1/r. li. Joyce. Upper Bunco,, 3 -p.m. — „ „ „ Coramba, 7 p.m. — ? . ? „? „ „ Jli:l!)ngi-n, 7 p.m.— Mr. A. A. lYelson. Gleniffer, 3 p.m. — Mr. 11. Griffith.

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