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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
? PRESUYTEULAN. .Sttuday,. May 2!)— , Karamji, 11 a.m. — Per.. 'J'. J): Jiain* . Upper llueca , .? p.m. — „ „ „ Corn nihil, 7 ji.in-.— ,V ,, ,, Tuylor'* Ann ( HV/.v///,r). ??! h.iik — It ft'. II. .: Jf'.Hamhull. Mu ekji'ill ty 7 'p.m. — Iter. W. Jl. Marshall Sundiijv Ju'nev5— ? '?}' . - ? ? . t Kairiingi , zljt a.iij..—llcv. 7. Di~ - ffl-aiw. , Upper ViUiea, 3 ihtiK— z ',r\ ' . Coraiiijhi, Tp-.ui.— ,. ' ., .. Z'ttyfor's Arm,3pxin. — Hoc. WJI. Marsh ill .
AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
AMATEUR ENTERTAIN MENT. 'Tiie promolers-of the nmatour enter tainment hold in Bellingen School of Arts, last Friday;''mnst have been more tlian'grntified at the mnn-n'oi-.iii-.which the public ivspomleil'- to1 their efforts- ' and ? Datronisi'd the 'ijei'fiiriiiniiep.- The' hiill ? was* comfortably lilleil;- anil ' the Church' of England Parsonage Fund, to which the proceeds. swero devoted, received n wi'lcon'io addition. The first- part of the programme was opened by Miss Haffeii ilcn with the march 'Hnngroise,' player! with excellent effect. A tableau, repre sen'ting'thu'rfell-kiiowti advertisement for Pears' soap, '? You dirty hoy.' The picture is copied .'from Sigtio'r Focardi's comical piece of pictorial sculpture, one of the gems of tlie- Paris Exhibition of 1878. .Though enihedded, so to speak, in most grandniotherly tiiilli'neryi 'Mr. M. W. Hamilton was traceable in tho old ' lady, and Master Locke completed the picture, which was a good one. Mr. .1. Darcy further added to h...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
Brief Mention. Tueth— Annely— Two Days. Cold frost y nights and warm days prevalent just now. ' The cheapest store lO'b'.iy your 'drapery is F. T. Matthews'.* ,, Races at Bowra to-day (Friday) and enter tainment and ball in Barry's hall to-night.. ' Go to F. '1'. Matthews''. Von will find a lovely. stock , of, .dress .materials for evening, wear.* The Smithtown Dairy Go., shipped, during ten days this month, 175 boxes of but ter to Sydney. ' F. T. Matthews has opened a choice I it of ladies' winter dresses in single dress lengths.* Roiit. J. -Smith, butcher, is a cash put-' elnisjr of pigs and cattle, fats or stores, in large or small lots.* Federation is: the' burninj; topil,^ and l-\ '1'. Matthews' big stock- the topic ofA the Bellinger ladies conversation.* If your teeth- trouble you, consult. Mr.. Annely, at Barrett's hotel, who has the repu tation of- being a fust-class dentist . A Sectional Committee of Ihe Public Works Committee sits to-day, to take evidence in reference lo t...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
CALENDAR' FOR THE WEEK. ' . i.. Hig'l' Day of Day of Son Sun Water Week.' Moiftli. Risks. 'Sets, at the , ' ? - Heads. ' ? ' » M H: M P'.M. Sunday -May 2f- (i 51 4 53 2 i!(i, Monday , ... „ HO 6 51 4 53 3 33 ??ftiesttoy ... '„ 31 (i 52 4 53 4 41 Wednesday June 1 ti 53 4 52 5 42 Thursday. ... n 2. U, 54. 4. 52 C 43 A.M. Friday ... it G 54 4 52 7 8 Saturtlav ... ? „. 4'. (i 55 4i 51 8 0 Moo-m s Pua&b. — first quarter at 3:14 a.m. on Sunday,. May 2!)..
BOWRA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
BOWRf NEWS. Our Bowra correspondent writes, un ler date May 23, — Corn-pulling is rapidly pro gressing, and another week's fine weather wijl, about, finish all, exeeptinga few late patches. Thoryleld, in -most cases, litis been above the ordinary, -and the quality, thanks lo the eou tini'iance of fine weather since the wind storm, is-qoite up to the avcrnse: ., . The Works I hii-nf. Inu'n tJimt H-»,l Hw»m- in. tention of eoinp|etiiig the South- Arm devia tion at Ryan's io Gravelly- Creelr, and we. hope to see tendeis for Lamph's Hill called immediately. . . The usual quietude of ihe district lias giveiH place' lo more., than-, ordinary' exoiieiuent, consequent ujibn' 'the visit of Messrs.; S.eii ? and Want in connection with the federal in , movement. Mr. See ad-' 'diesscd fully 200 persons; including a small ' ?sprinkling of the. , fair sex. on ^Vedneslay ievening,. in the' Assembly Hall. Mr. P. Lamph.occujn'cd.ttie,- chair, an I br'efly intro dueed I lie spi'-aksr. Mr. See luiinll...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
IN. MEMORIANL, PlQGOTT. — In sail but loving memory of our darling Ruby, wliO'died May 30, 180(5. Another Ifttle lamb is fione To dwell ,vith Him who gave ? Another little darling-one ? Is-sheltered uii tlie^gtavc.'. GFod n-colViiV one- more- angel child' Amidst' His shining band, - And so He stooped with loving smile Anil clasped our darling's hand.. - InserteiB by her loving- parents; S. J'. ami M. ('. I'iggott. j- ' J j FRIDAY,. MAY 37, I SOS.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. On the 18th instant, writes a correspondent, the marriage of Mr. Thomas Graham and Miss Harriett Agnes Argent, Ihe only daughter of Mivand Mrs. William Argent, was celebrated by the Rev. W. H. Marshall'at the residence of the bride's grandparents, Argeiit's Hill. After the marriage ceremony, a large number of the fiiends of tiie .contracting parties sal. down to a sumptuous spread, the Rev. Mr. Marshall officiating as chairman. The usual toasts were duly proposed and responded to. after which the happy couple, amidst hoarty good wishes and showers of rice, depaited lo I he Macleay on their honeymoon. Tlie la ide, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of cream serge trimmed with silk, and .lace .and silk, ribbons, sur mounted with the usual Wreath of orange blossoms and'tiillc-veil. and cm l-icd a beauti ful bouquet o£ flowers-.. The bridesmaids were . 3$iss-lsnhclla Ardent and :Miss: Mairl Argent. I'l'liey were tastefully dressa'l, and looked ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
£10,000— A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK— £1 0,000 0 F FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING DISPL AYED IN THIRTY SLIOW-ROOMS, On View at A. HAL AND COMPANY'S, The Universal House Furnishers. HALLS' FURNITURE is till of tho highest class, make, niul finish. HALLS' PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, aro the lowest. HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS (luring the past ten years 1ms enabled us to extend our Showrooms and tnako them one of the Sin-nxs of Sydney HALLS' NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FOR 1898 POST FREE. HALLS PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. HALL AND COMPANY, Manufacturers and Importers, 561, siG:j, 505, 507 GEORGE STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET Leave- Tram or ' Bus at Liverpool-street for HALLS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
STEAM TO SYPWEY. The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. ? The new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the '?- favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. - ' rrplIB s.s. ' Exeelsiar leaves Coil's Harbor J_ : Jetty every Sunday morning,' at 9 a.m.; « and leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. ' : Hotli steamets have cold storage of most modem arrangement, and an impetus is now ?i ifivei) to the dairying industries throughout the district. The Excelsior is eleetric-lishted ' IhrouKhout, and has superior necommodation ?tft for passengers. Steward and stewardess, and i ladies'- cabins and other state rooms oii'dcck. Fares between Coifs Harbor and Sydney — & Cabin, single £1 '10s., return -JE2- 10s; *8 Steerage £1. ' For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, Coifs Harbor, or to . GEO. 'W. .NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney. Tlie North Coast STEAM » NAVIGATION - CO., LIMITED. rpHE' favorite s.s. HOSE DALE w...
Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
Church Services. W ICS LEY AN. Sunday, May 29 — ' Never h'erer, It a.m. — llcr. A. Graham. Jlclliiigen, S p.m. — „ „. „ Jleliinger Jleath, 7' p.m. — „ ,, SVerer A'ever-, 7 p.m.. — Mv-. A.- A.- Nelson. Glehiffer , $ p.m. — J/h P. Joyce. Monday, May 30 — Deep Creek, 7.30- 'pun. — Ilea. A. Graltam Friday, June 3— , .. . . .. . .. Dorrigo, 7 p.m. — live. A. Grit hum-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
'TT\OUN IX a (Jape. Owner may have it by I /.calling at this office. Seed' Potatoes. I AM prepare)! to- tsdee orders for any ; quaiit-ity of- Prime .Specfiilly-pJckeil Seed Potatoes — KrowneH's anil Snowflakc— at 7s. per cwt'. ? .: . JAMES'IS. TYLliR. Public Thanks. ', I WISH to publicly Tlinnk Dr. Will. C. . Spcece,' ^ingcon of the Upper liucca Beacon Miuesy for the way' Ui ? which he so ii Wy performed' an' operation on my wife in her aueouclmietit. 1 feel quite cei'takr hail it not been £bv Dr. Speece's nk i 1 1 my wife would now he in lier grave, and Hit: line son whose life he preserved I would never have known. I would also like to- thank Mrs. Mul ley and. Miss Lizzie Walker for their kind nursing of my wife. J. J. SMITH. Upper liucca IVticea. Legal. MR. J. R. M ARRACK, SOLICITOR , KEMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at. Bellingen when required, ami may be consulted b.v. letter. Medical. j. ZIEHLKE, MD, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, 'TV /I' AY be consulted dafly at his Dispensary, ...
LOWER BUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
LOW£R BUCCA. OUR correspondent, writes, under dale May 10,— A ball was held in tho Glenreagh School of Arts on Friday night, last, in aid of t|ie building fund. Dancing commc'iiccl about 7.30, some 30 couples being in a'tcudance. 'The catei ing was done in Graftoii, and gave general satisfaction. It was generally ad mitted that a young lady from Lower liucca, wearing a white muslin dress with bliie rib bons, was. belle of Ihe ball. Mr. Maxwell made an efficient M.C., and everybody ap peared tncnj.i.v themselves. . . 'The Blue5 Mystery mine is having a crushing of about (iO tons put through Barbour's battery, from which good returii-i, aie expected. Mullig.in and party arc taking out a trial crushing final No. 1 South Bltic Mystery. Michael and party are having a 'shaft-, put. down in No. 2 South, in which they expect ;o cut ill; reef at. about. 30 feet. John White has hi rack some very rich stone at the 80 feel level in; the St. Patrick. He intends to crush 20 tuns for trial. Mining...
RALEIGH ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
RALEIGH ELECTORATE. A FT Kit holding the position of Returning Officer for Ihe electoral district of Ralvigh for four years. Mr. F. T. Mai thews;. J!.P., has resigned, and Mr. 11. A. Evans,. J.P'., lias been ! appointed' lo- the position. Mr. Matthews Was appoftileih by Sir George Dibbs in 1801 when single elect-orates came into existence, and during his term -of . office- he filled the position with honor to himself ami eredit tqi the electorate. Of laic Mr. Matthews has' I acquired a large estate at Raleigh, and the pressure of private affairs demanding his time constantly, he decided to retire from the position of Returning Officer. When about to retire from the position Mr. M-nt thews- received, from, the Department a letter. expresbiiis uomplete confidence in him 'as 'iui officer, and later on lie rccoivcil aii intimation* that his resignation had been received with ..regret. The appointment of Mr. 10 vans as successor to Mr. Matthews has given general satisfaction.
MRS. CLOUGH'S BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
MRS. PLOUGH'S BENEFIT. I ,..A- jiE'eting of the committee for the coii ? cert'and. ball1 irt'aiil of' Mrs. dough was held ' in the' Macksville School, of. Arts on Monday revelling last, fm' the- purpose of receiving Ihe balance-sheet and passing accounts. Mr. IS. Hitehins, J.P!, who occupied the chair, read Ihe balance-sheet, which was received with applause, and, on the motion of Mr. Quay le, secoiinen ijv .u i. i iu icrson, ine accounts were passed for payment. The chairman compli mented the members of vlu committee on the. way they had worked, and a vote , of thanks lo. the secretary (M-r. Of- C.- Jex) for his services was carried 'by acclamation. The balance-sheet read was 'as follows; — Re- ceipts— Tickets sold,. £10 12s. (id. ; subscrip tions, £12 I7s. ; W. Jv Win i'tes, Esq. (iloiiii tion)j£l Is. ; cash taken tit dour, £5 l is. (M. ; cake and sandwiches sold, on account of con cert being postponed, 17s. 8.1. ; total. £37 2s. 8d. Expenditure — Paper, envelopes, ami stalling. 4...
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
ACCIDENTS.. On Saturday last, while Sftister Mil ford Piggott was ridingalong the Gordonville road, I his horse shied and threw him down tho cut ting, breaking his left leg above the knee. As Jsoon as possible assistance was- procured* and ? the lad was-carrieil to liellingen on astretelier. | Mr. Hieks-at once set the injured limb, and the patient is geltingaloug very uteely. . . On Sunday Mr. W. Maher was ridingalong ..the South Aim road, when his horse became ' frightened anil.lie was thrown over the cut : ting, an I,, stiiiting a. log,. had a. rib broken. . . While' Mrs: J'. MHirl in, of Fernmount, and her four daughters were returning, from the races on Tuesday, in a buggy, they had a most unpleasant experience. The horses they were driving wer.1 startled ..by a dog running out from the paddock, and swerving, precipi tated the oc.-udants of the bujnry out on the road. Two of the young ladies wire severely bruise I and knocked about, but Mr.J. Gould ii.ig, who was also in the bu...
Local Interest. THE STEAMER'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
Local Interest. THE STEAMER'S MAIL. Mr. John McLaughlin, M.P., ha» been informed that the tender of Mr. Thomas Harrett, of Itellingen, has been acceptcd for i the conveyance of mails to and from liellin- ! gcr Heads on arrival and departure of steam ers, as lequired, and post offices Fernmount. and Bcllingcn, for the jKJvioti from June 1, 1898, to December 31, 1900, for a sum at tho . rate of 5s. per trip each way.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
? It was the saying, of Fa. k or kick the Great, or some other-celebrated destroyer1 of' human life,, tluit an army marches on. its belly. ,J \Y'e' might ? piuiaphrasu :that and say that a country inarches on its chest — :the Treasury chest — and it is to : (.lie consideration oi. tue wiiiuence oi Ilie ' CotiHnonweakh Hill on- our Treastlvy chest that attention, is chiefly directed now. There is a howl and a screech ruunuig through the' ranks of; the ?? ied (irationistsat auv price' that the Finance Committee's report has covered with confusion all the statistieiaiis,. and1 also damned the case of those who- arc en deavoring to ward off the blow' lining .struck, by traitors to .tlieir country. The estimates o£ ' those who knew were as follows Mr. narton... ... .... .... £9S2',000 Daily Telegraph (with possible addiliuiis ... ... ... 1.432,000 Adelaide- Convention ? L550,000 Finance Committctr .... 1,(100,000 ' Mr, Coghlsii ... ? 1.725,000 Mr. Co(ini..v.-'s estiuiute included the sum...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. I CHAPTER XI. Sin Antony's face ivll.rtedhiscor.sin's disnppnintinent when lie heard this news. He hiul been greatly interested in the arrangement whereby Elizabeth should lie domiciled under Gregory Lntimar's roof. Indeed he would have found jt difficult to express in so many words the rri'nnt intnrost he had felt in listeninEr to all Feo's plan for tlie future of tlie pale sweet-faced girl with whom lie had sat and chatted so pleasantly on the steps outside his ' brother's ' chambers only n very Tew Jays before. He. had beeii. quite unable to forget the feeling of pity and liking that Elizabeth had aroused so in stantly within him. His first sensation, when the news of Mrs. Latimar's sudden death had reached hirii, had been one op relief on Miss Druro's account, although lie was quite ready to believe Feo when she told him that the girl's grief at the loss of her grandmother would be. both deep and true. His Own single experi ence of Mrs. Latimar had not left a...
THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 27 May 1898
THE ROSEDALE. The steamer Rosedule left Sydney for the Bellinger on.. Monday last, and arrival here Uit fl! a.nv. on Wednesday, havi'iig.;cxpel-i'eiiccd ? fresh ? south-west 'winds and tine weather - tnrougiiour. me passage. rier passengers were — Mesdaines Peel, McKay. Smith,, and Sliaw, ami Mr. Peel; also two in the steer age. ? She brought 15 tons of gcncraljcargo. The Itosedale sailed for Sydney on Tluusdny (yesterday), taking 1580 bags- maize; 10- cases eggs, 10 coops- poultry,. 2t-: hides, 15- cans cream,. and 1-ipigs. Amongst her passengers .were Mti.. and Mrs. Shipman.