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

THE MARKETS. Messrs. John See and Co. wired yester day (Thursday), as follows : — Maize 3s. to 3s. 3d., very light demand, heavy supplies from Tumut and New Zealand ; Tasnianian pota toes £9, local £3 5s., Victorian £1 10s. to £4, plentiful ; pigs od. . . Messrs. Hill, Clark, nnd Co. wired yesterday : — The fat pig mar ket is lightly supplied ; porkers and light baconers are selling exceptionally well, and while the heavier descriptions show very little alteration, values are, if anything, lower. We quote prime weighty pigs at 52s. to (j 5 s . , prime weighty bacoders 48s. to 50s., good 39s. to 4-ls., light 31s. to 38s., best heavy porkers 18s. to 30s., good 24s. to 2(Js., lighter 19s, to 22s., other descriptions from 10s. to 18s., according to condition. We have had very successful sales this week, selling usual consignments. . . The South Coast and West Camden Co-opnrative Company wired yesterday : — The fat. pig market is very firm ; best baconeis 52s. to 56s., good 38s. to 48s.,...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of Day of Sun Sun Water Week. Month. Risks. Sets. - at the ' - ?- Ilcmls. 11 M H M 'A.M. Sunday ... Jan. 23 5 £-. 7 5. 0 32 Monday ? ? ? ? 24 ? 5 ?0 7 - 4 -10,. '12 Tuesday.'...'. „ 25 -5 11 7 3 10 54 Wodncsdity- -? ,y 26- -5 12 It: 32 . ? ? . ' p.m. Thursday... „ 27 -5.13 7. 2 12 It! Friday „ 28 '5 14 '7 1 12 31 Saturday ... ? y 29- 5 15 7 ; 1 12 53 Moon's Phase. — New Moon at 5.25 p.m. on Saturday, January 22.

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BANQUET TO MR, A. E. ELLIS, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

BANQUET TO MR. A. E. ELLIS, J.P. A valedictory banquet, was tendered to Mr. A.'H.- Ellis, J.P., on Friday evening last, on the eve of his departure from Laurieton, where he lias resided nnd carried on business as saw mill proprietor during the last 14 years. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Thomson, , J.I'., .Mayor of Tarec. The guest of the evening sat on Ihe right of tne cliarr. nnd among the GO gentlemen present were representatives of different districts' and the neighborhood, including quite a number of Mr. Kllis\ employees. After the banquet, which had been creditably supplied by Sir. A. Baker, nf Taree, had been- partaken of, the toast of 'The Queen' was lb.yatlyl'nceepted. when the Chairman proposed tlie toast of ' Our Guest,' enlarging on the characteristics of Sir. Kllis as a citizen, an employer of labor, a business man, and n colonist, , by stating that it was such men as their guest that were needed in developing the country — n gen tie man who had tlie ability to- carr...

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General News [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

General 'Ne ws '--' 'J'HIi Dniiij Xnrs states that I'ersia is upon the verge of disintegration.; ... ' Deiiiriarl; has vainly applied to I lie Powers for a guarantee of her permanent neutrality. :? .'The total receipts nt \tlie Lisinorc Land Oflice-for 1S!)7 ainounteil to £20,(192/ a n'het English llpnie;Seci-etary snys'tliat the . Bnfish .policy in China is to watch and wait. - - All- the requisites of a lirst-clasB H6tel at .moderate charge , at Egau s -West 'Keiripticv Hotel.* A, tornado ln.-Arliansas, United . states l.-illeil 31. persons, and - wrought -great dainaye to property. '/- . Another lode, reported; to. be ; imiu&nscly rich, has been iliscofered on the KloridyW gold field. ' . ' ? 7 r Eight thousand ' acres o£ bush and crops, have been destroyed by lire'-iiv'the 'Seisiiii'; district (N.Z.): ? M-. ? .v.ti*.- . Early next month a trial of 'the deep wi fisheries of. the colony by means of- trawling ' will bo commenced. ? . * »,»?;-. ? Fierce lighting is proceedin...

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

j STEAM TO SYDNEY. I The Fast Direct Route. ! The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. s' The new Fast s.s, Excelsior, 400 tons, the favorite new s.s. Wollumbin, 300 tons. t rpHE s.s. Excelsiur leaves Coif's Harbor I Jetty every Sunday. morning, at 9 a.m., and leaves Sydney every., Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wollumbin also 'calls as required. Both steamers ? have colli storage 'of ''most modern, arrangement, : and, an'impetus-is:now given .to the dairying .industries throughout the district. TheVExcclsibr is electric-lighted throughout, land has superior accommodation for passengers'.- Steward' and stewardess, and Indies' cabins and other stntc rooms on deck. . Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney— _ Cabin, single ^iil 7s., Gd., 'return. £2 10s; Steerage JE1.; . For further particulars, apply Best s Hotel, Coif's Haibor, or to ? ' ?GTSO. W. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st,, Sydney. The NortH Coast STEAM « NAVIGATION « CO., : . LIMITED,... miiE favorite s.s. .ROS13DALE will...

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

Acknowledgment. Mas. F. BKNNETT, of Bellingen, begs to Thank Mfb. Hicks for her kind and skilful treatment during the time she had been suffering from her late accident. It is to Mis. Hicks sheott-eshcr complete recovery, and she will ever feel grateful. Caution. ALL cattle found on my propei-ty, near Mr. P. Considihe's, after this date will be impounded. ~ ? - . N. HANLEY. Bellinger Heads, January 20, 1898. To Trespassers. A LL persona found Trespassing on my J_JL_ Land, near Mr. P. Considine's resi dence, will be prosecuted without respect to ' ' poisons. N. HANLEY. Bellinger Heads, January 20. 1898. Legal. IR. C. M'KENZIE, Attorney, Solicitor, PROCTOR, and CONVEYANCER, ..Commissioner for Affidavits, BELLINGEN. Will attend all courts on the Bellinger and Kimbucca Rivers. A PONY & GALLOWAY l! ACE MEETING WILTj be held at MACK8VILLE OK MARCH 17, 1898. UBERAL PRIZES. Full programme in a future issue. J. EGAN, Hon. Sec. Household Furniture and Effects. HORSES AND CATTLE. Farm ...

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

FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. A. HALL AND COMPANY li AVIS THE LARGEST STOCK OF RELIABLE AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE IN SYDNEY. AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, MALLS EURlflSH more HOUSES in ono week than any other, furniture dealors do in one month — very safe guarantee of tlie excellent finish of HALL'S Goods and their LOW PRICES. HALIjS FURNISH a 3-rooiu COTTAGE, sitting-room, kitchen, and bedroom( for £10 9a. Gd. See our catalogue, post free. ? ' HALL'S DRAWING ROOM SUITE (iovered in rich Silk Freneli Tapes try, with Plush Borders, a good Serviceable Suite, £5 5s. HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, in Solid Polished Pino, viz., Wardrobe with glass doors and deep drawer, Dressing Table with jewel trays and swing glass, Mnrlile-top Wash stand, Kail, and Chair, £6 7s. Gd. HALL'S DINING R0OM SUITE, viz., ; Spring-seated Couch, pair comfortable Easy Clinirs,- and set of padded-back Chairs, covered in American Leather, of reliable wake* that will last for years, £6 10s- ...

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KINCHELA ATHLETIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

KINCHELA ATHLETIC CARNIVAL. FoK: the. principal event to be run at Kinehela on Wednesday next, the Kinchela Handicap of £ii0. lit nominations were re ceived, -and the following handicaps halve been allotted : — yds. ' Johnny Smoker' . ... ... 8 A. Tavlor ... . ... ... ... 1 1 . I'VIV; Welsh. ... ........ 15. S.. Bullock... ; . ... ... ... If; ' I D. J.iWorboyB -- -? ... 18 I F. A; Soiiter ... ... . ... 19 ! J. Doyle ? 19 Neil Oook ... ' ? 19 ' Boxer ' ? ? 20 „ ^E: Kennedy ? 20 ' O/lHanagau ? 20 K^Hgan . . .. ... .. 20 ' Itccoid ' ? 20 l'\ J. Hcllly ' ? 20 Tom llossiter ? ... 21 . t'. Clarke ? 21 A. Cooper ? 2L G. Simpson ? 21 J.Casey- ... . ... ... .. 22' -Don McKay ... ... ... 22 ?'Standard' ... .... ... 22 ? ' Tom Con Ion ' : .. - 23 II. J. Field ? ? . 23 J. Mcllwain ? , ... 23 I1'. W.'Barnett ? 23 ' Hvergieon ' ? 23 W. Howe ? 2-1 G. T. Johnston ... ... ... 21 ' Wild Boy ' ? 24 . Jas. llussell ? 2.'- is. i-Ioimois ... ... ... 25 P. Martin..., ... ... ... 2(i ' Cumbo ? 27 J. J; 'Jf...

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

..' MINING ITEMS. -A Correspondent writes, — Work has been ; resumed by the proprietors of the Advance Orara, and as the machinery has been over hauled and improved, the lessees arc sanguine of getting.jjetter returns than formerly. One of the shareholders told me recently that they are satisfied with Ihe yield from lastcrushirig. . . Work has been going oil steadily since August 11. at Mount Ide, Upper Orara, by Nelson and party oil their own block. -They have one shaft down 52 feet, and when: rid of foul air will- cut through' reef : carrying fair gold. . Thiy have also got on well with their tribute claims, and liave^about 70 tons of stone and.-ru bole to grass. Some of the stone shows gold in fair quantity, but there is gold' through all. both stone and rubble. They have hod two assays made, one a bulk assay which went Tozs.'Gdwts. ISgrsI'to the ton of mineral, also loz. lOdwts. lilgrs. free gold to the ton of quartz.; 30 tons of quartz will give one ton of mineral. The last ass...

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BELLINGEN BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

BELLINGEN BUTTER FACTORY. Only about a dozen persons attended the public meeting in connection with the pro posed butter factory at Bellingen on Sal unlay last. Mr.- Geo. Barr, of Bowra, who purposes starting a factory, was undecided as to which was the most suitable and central locality in wnicii to ouiiu. and tne meeting was canea with the object of letting those interested settle the matter. Mr. J. H. Noble was voted to the chair, and it was unanimously decided ! that the most central,- and, in every way, I most suitable site for the factory Was in the i township of Bellingen.

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

DARING ROBBERY. A MOST daring robbery was perpetrated at the Bellingen Hotel on Wednesday night last. After the house had been closed and every body had retired, some person or persons visited several of the rooms, the doors of which had been left open owing tothcopprcs sive heat, and ransacked everything. The perpetrators devoted most of their energy to going through the pockets, from which they got something over £4. The police have the matter in hand, and the capture of the offen ders is expected.

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CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

CONCERT AND BALL. Great preparations have been and are 'being made for the concert ami ball to be held at Coram ba next Friday. ,I5vcry effort has been made to secure the best available local talent for, the concert, and a Highland piper and some prize dancers from Grafton will be present. The step-dancing should take well, as-it is entirely a new' feature at the concert. The plain and fancy dress ball should be a pleasant wind-u'p to the concert. The Beacon band will be in attendance, and refreshments will bs provided. The funds are to be (levoleil to the erection of a Roman CatlioliCjClvireh at Karangi. We feel sure our. Corn pi Un nml Ivarangi friends will roll up and spend a most enjoyable evening.

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

' ACCIDENT. Mu. Nelson, who resides nenr'Coff's Har bor, had a fough time of it for a while last week, whilstigoing out. to Upper Bucca Creek with his coach. The crcekB between the main road and Bucca were running stiongly. Mr. -*nlsnn.ili-n'vn Im«' f ivi ill i 1 1 n nnn nF Hip r'rpnl.-q and, they Here compelled to swim. At the same the head of a tree came floating along, anil disputed the right of way with t he horses. This was soon decided— horses, coach, head of tree, and Mr. Nelson were washed down the creek. Somehow; he managed to free the horses and got them out safely. The coach was upset, and all his melons, grapes, etc., have taken a sea trip.

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

The land tax of South Australia having failed to realise the extravagant estimate of the Colonial Treasurer, -notice has been given' that the tax will in future he on a higher scale. This' information is in valuable to land-tax payers in New South Wales. In the event of 'the land; , and income. taxes..not realising the enormous sum estimated by. Mr. Reld, there is . a very great danger that the tax will ho made heavier in order to make both ends meet. It is very necessary to direct the attention of landowners to the important funh flxih l.l«. 1 1. tirl-t ii y tvtll n'nf l,n.n1lA,va,l to rest where it is. No land tax ever remained at a stationery point. Even if thejiarty of spoliation and plunder witli which the Premier , has allied himself wonld.permit him to leave the land-tax alone, the exigencies of his own policy will compel him eventually to increase the rate. It has not happened yet, for lie has had tronblo with his tax, and con siderable aid to tide him over the past year. 1 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

IN MEMORIAM. Wills.— In affectionate remembrance of our daughter Eva, who died on January 22, 1897 ; aged two years and nine months. Another little lamb is gone To dwell with Him who gave ; Another little darling babe Is sheltered in the grave. God needed one more angel child ? . , . Amidst His shining band, And. so He bent willi loving smile And clasped our darling's hand. .-. ? Precious darling, she has left us — - Left us, yes, for evermore ; But we hope to meet our loved one Oil that bright and happy shore. Lonely the house, and and tire hours, Since our dear one lias gone - But, oh, a brighter home- than ours In Heaven i» now her home. Inserted by her sorrowing parents, Wm. j and Margaret Wills. i |jlf F1UDA Y, JANUARY 21, 1393.

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

H GO nn CO J ? ? or a „ ©e5 CO S5 i Va Va ? ' A MERRY XMAS ' AND 'HAPPY NEW YEAR.' F. T. MATTHEWS TIT AS nmcli pleasure in announcing that ho -J--L 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 Eleme Raisins Sultana Raisins Muscatel Raisins Lemon Peel Orange Peel . Citron Peel Almonds i 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 and Useful Drapery have just been opened, containing uiany novelties, and clicajj and pretty goods in Parasols Fans Ribbons Laces Trimmed Hats — - Muslins Lawns Chiffons Sun Hats Feathers Wings Flowers A Large and Varied Stock of Summer Dress Goods, with Iran tilings to match. Men's, Y (ruths', & Boys' Sum...

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

POSTPONED. The athletic sports which were advertised to take place at the Travellers' Host Hotel, Clybncca, .on the 2'2nd instant, have been postponed until the 29th, when a very liberal programme will be decided. The full list of events will be found in our business columns, and peds arcicequested to note the alteration in date.

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

OFFECIAL LETTERS. ? i I\f ;t. Jons .M (jL.aijuiii.in, -M.J'.. lins been informed as fidlmvs Inivplj' to ti letter dated Decenilier 1, 1 8'07, nrt^inEf tlie cotnpjotion ' of the ro-«l do »? 1 1 (lie East Jwnlcvof tho Orara'. liiver- from two miles lielolf 'Goriuiilia to' mo ijower micca. tne tj minr-; secretary and Commissioner for Roads stales t hat, lenders hare been invited- mrtlio neces sary works on this road'. ' I ii reply lo a letter ?dat(id December 2fl, 185)7, enclosing; a couininiiicatioii from the Coiamba ProgresstAssociation, uri;iu!j tlie construction uffn road from the CJoramlia and G.rafton jrftad to the Little Nymhoi.-tlie [Juder-Secretary and Commissioner- for liojidsist/ites that ' ;l is reported that the interesfe'tiijlie served do nut warrant any expenditure: ?' No mine of any importance Tilis' yet linen only -of a temporary naluro.'r.- -1 1 is esti mated that nothin.g less thais an expen diture would he -if any us-j -to make a practicable, vehicular road, rand th...

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Local Interest. BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

Local Interest. BRASS BAND. An effort is to be made to form a brass band on this river, and a public meeting will be held next Monday evening in the School of Arts, liellingen, in connection therewith. There should be sufficient talent, available to form a band, and no doubt the matter will be taken up with a will.

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FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 21 January 1898

FOR LOVE OF MARJORIE. . . CHAPTER XXIX. ? ?' You shall hear from mo within 2-i hours, Jlr. Cheslyn,' tho detective snid. ' A long time 1 ' grumbled .the bar-, rister. '. ,j ?'Remember, sir, that your visit -to! tho cab-rank has probably put ComynS! upon tho alert. If , lie has, strong rea-i , f,„. . fAM -l.o ..-III .nnvni- 'liial tracks.' .. ':Aiul there .is' nothing'- that I can do in the meantime ? ' : ? ' Absolutely nothing, ' sit'. I shall succoed in the end, if I am poruiitte:! to go on in tny,own way.', *. ' With this Cheslyn had to bo content. The inactivity was maddening. He wandered through . all the fashionnble thoroughfares, her ? visitnrd the parks and theatres, and Marjorie's sweet faco was ever in his thoughts. On . the . second day he was liteYally dragged to a reception given by Lady Glynne.. Her ladyship had met him iii Oxford-street, and would listen to no excuses. In her heart she believed that lie cared, for hor daughter, Lady Irene, and that his altered prospect...

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