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THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
-THE ROSEDALE. The- steamer lioaedale crossed into the Bellinger; from Sydney ria Newcastle, at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, willi a general cargo of ^0 tons anil 50 tons of coal for the ilieilge. ,-. Amongst her passengers were MisS; Ciouehj Mr.' J. H. Noble,- Mr.- U. llytui, and seven 'inf the steerage. The Itosedale left again for Sydney on Friday, taking 15.13 bags of maize, 9 cases, of eggs, 18 cans of cream, G coops of poultry, and 49 pigs; The passengers for Sydney included Sl'rs. Cnhill, sen^-M'r. and AI. ' Dodd, Mr. A. Black, Mr. I1'.- Ppcpelj.Mr James, Mr. C. Ii. Part ridge, anil others. The steamer is announced to leave ijydney. for the Bellinger this (Fri day) evei|ing, and is expected to cross in on Sunday morniii!.'v - [-- ? ? ' i
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
TH2 MARXBT3'; On Wednesday Messrs. Hill, Clark, and Co. quoted extra prime weighty back fat pL'S at 58s. to 03s., piiine weighty baconers -Ms. to 4(!s., best heavy. |Mrkeis 2-ls. to 2IJs. YVster da-- ('I'hui's lay) li.;Ssi'3. John See and Co. wired, — M.iizc, 2s. 2d. to 2s. -i.l., fair demand, advise only inoderai e shipments ; potatoes, to .£8; pigs, 3i I. to 4d. ; millet, £18 to JJ22. The Farinjrs' (!o-operal ive Company, Limiteil, quote fat back pigs at 60s., prime heavy baconers 40s to 45s., best porkers 22s. to 25s. ; maize, 2s. -Id. ; eggs, Is. 3d.
Local Interest. POLICE PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
Local Interest. POLICE PROMOTION. Tur. many .friends of First-class Constable Quayle, of Macksville, will be pleased to learn that he has been promoted to the rank of seniur-constable. Mr. Quayle has been further promoted to the charge of Meniwa police station, and lie will leave for his new sphere after his furniture ami other house hold effects have been sold — on the 18th instant.
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XI II, A.vrosy had shivered involnnfiirily as lie stood in the shabby. old liiiU iii tlie shabby old house iii MJ'loonislinry a f(jw jionrs before, iind h:id realised iir'ulnit a I cold depressing atmosphere tluv blossom ' of 'tliis lovely womanly b'part had been' roared. .'It. Iind needed' hut (lws touch of ; realiSiiV. tins -moriientary glimpse of tho drama of Elizabeth's blighted childhood, to bring hta- present attitude before him, not . merely as comprehensible, but also 'almost natural., ' The lijatory of. the: girl's mental, a's' well js actual sacrifice seemed to bo' as clear to Antony as though lid were reading it in a book. ?He could distinguish each sojiarafo sor row — the1 shattered' illusions, the van ished drcnnl-pictures, the crushed hopes, the blighted' imaginings ; lastly, he dis cerned' the calm; cold,' proud resignation : which must have stolen in' upon her. after the' consolation of her child's' love for Iter dead mother. had been take...
UPPER BUCCA WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
UPPER BUCCA WANTS. Mr. MoLaughlix, M. P., informs us thai had lie. been approached by the residents re n- pulling booth lor Upper- -liuccn. he would hare- i/ail one gazetteil tor June St lie i! id not. however,. know that, there was ho booth there until too late; ? Mr. McLaughlin has since' 'attended to the want, and the District Iteturnin'', OtHcer has been asked to report on the matter. There .will therefore be a booth at Upper liucca for the general elec tion. Mr. McLiuigidiu also states that lie has been piomised consideration of increased sums of money for the improvement of toads around Urn-en.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
£16001 £10001 WORTH OF WINTER COOOS UOW OPENED AT F. I. MATTHEWS' (Received per s.s. Indramayo, from London direct). THE PROPRTETOK of THE BELLINGEN STORE wishes to call the attention of the public .to the Bargains he is now openin? in every line of Drapery for .the. Winter Season,, , aud wou.ld ' direct special attention to tho Cheap Lines of— r- BLANKETS DRESS -STUFF ' FLANNEL'S SERGES RUGS .- '- .SHEETINGS QUILTS CALICOES FLANNELETTES TABLE DAMASKS TOWELS ' ? .SHIRTINGS FUR TRIMMINGS . FANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS - . VELVETS ' SILKS FANCY SHOT SILKS LADIES' TRIMMED & UNTRIMMED HATS. All the New aud Fashionable Shapes. ' ' \ ' 1 A Pretty Stock of New Flowers and Trimmings The Choicest .ever seeu on the Bellinger. LADIES' CLOUDS & GAPES. A big stock of Now Shapes and. Designs. See them. - MEN'S, YOUTHS', & BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, Macintoshes, Cardigan Jackets, etc. Iuspefit this magnificent Display, and jon will have some of the Bargains. THE GR...
THE TYRINGHAM ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
THE TYRINGHAM ROAD. Thb l-oiid fioni rielliugen to Dtaiigoand Tyiinghiiin is being iniprove.1 year by year, and Mr. Crouch intends to spend all the money he can get on it. For some weeks Mr. Christie, surveyor, and Mr. Barbour, assistant, with sevetal men, have been en_'a-'ed iu sur veying i road from Bostobi'ick around the terrible ' Berrett's Pinch' to the Armidale Grafton toad Tyringlia:n. Mr. Crouch was engaged with them for some days, and the road will probably be made by .money from next estimates. The bridge over lloeky Creek is very ba lly required.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 10 June 1898
' Raleigh Sun ' Agencies. /'Pl HE Fo! low ing Agents have beep appointed. I to icceive nniiies, of n.ew subsci'ibers, ailvei-tisements, and collect money on beiiaif iof Tii£ ItAnHiGH Sus, and tlieir receipt will be a' siiitBcieiit discliarye : — Alex. Cuaig, Macksville. Miss VAltY,' [''reilerickion, M.. MuitiiKLr.j Ki.ncl^la. lURRY AND .Sox. Iiowr','1, G. J. V. Kisnnaway, Upper Uiicen. W. T. CAMl'llKLr/ 1'iopvietov ? T». 'CHEMIST DENTIST, 150WR AVILLE. Doctors! I'rescn'iitions Accuratcl}' Dispensed Dentistry a speciality in all branches. Coxsui.tation Free. Ranted Known. THE GENTEIMNTAL HOTEL,. ; _ j^MITHTOWN :. (UNDKft NKW MANAGEMENT), is NOW O^JE, QP Tlie ^est on tlie Macleay. R. J. MI LI, 10 AN, Proprietor. P. 'Rr-H. BAKER, FEIINMOU-NT & BE'fjLIN'GJlN, AUCTIONEER, Fire and Marine, I ifej Land and :? ' General AgHnt. LECIATa matlcrs.at.tipiided to tlirniigb City ijoliclldr. Forms under the r.and and UieoTne Tux Act prejmied. Any class of Commercial w,oi-l;_iuidei;tnUeii. ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
K. T. SlATTiri!\vs.'ha8'opened a choice lot of ladies' wiiitcr ilresscs In single- dress lengths.* : ? Federation may be all r.iglitj but whon you arc travelling and want 'comfortable home, go to Kgan's West Kempsey Motel; You get the best, of everything: there.*
THE BELLINGER HEADS SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
THE BELLINGER HEADS SCHOOL OF 'ARTS; -'? The members of the Bollinger Heads Scliool, 'of .Arts held their '-sec^fd'' 'annual meeting iii tlipir local half p.y.'tliVeven'-1 ing of Saturday, June 4, wht-n, ,in spite of the bad weather, tlieie -whs; a good meeting. The aunuarreport'i'w! ba.fance sheet were submitted by/. the^'seciVtafiy, Ml'. A. G. McLachlailj. and treasurer. Mr. J. M. Stewart;-. Officers were elected, as follow,— President, J; Mr. :J. StoiVe : vice-presidents, Messrs. W., D.;.Higgihs ' and J. M,- Stewart ; treasurer, -Captain J. IT, Percival ; librarian, M r.'H: Green ; committee, Captaiir TlK. Radcliffc. nnd Messrs. J. P;--0'Coiihor, R. Williams, W. R. Cowdery,: A. E. -Ellis, R.. C. ? Kirk wood, and L. Davis. Mr.. A. G; McLachlan was re-elected seoretary, in spite of his expressed intention of riot , acting again ; the members ^yould not hear of anyone else, being placed in the position, and Mr. JlcLachlan therefore finally consented to again fill the place in which ...
KARANGI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
I KARANGB NEWS. [from our OWN COltlt EKPOXDENT.J On Sunday, Juiie 5, after tho usual service, a. pleasant littlo ceremony took place in tho, ; Presbyterian Church at Karangi. The Rev. T. I). Evans, after uttering a ?. Tow .well-olioseii 'and ohnrae teristi'K words, surprised Mr.-s. Bann.'i tyne, of Strnthclyde, liy presenting her with a very handsome ten-servico, a gift from the Sunday-school' children and young peoplo .who attend Mrs'. Baiiiis tyne's annual .jiicnic ill co'nuecAion 'with tlio Sunday-school, at 'Kahuigi. Mrs. Biinnatyiie, who scorned deeplyf-alTected, briefly thanked' tho donors.''; ' For years this highly-respected lady 'Iijis been a strong pillar of the Sunday-school, and her arduous labors for tliat; ivorthy cause have rendered her nnnie a.MiouSebokl word hero. Tlio prese'iitiiliPii;' 'froiii Farmer and Co.'s 'osfiiblishinent in Sydney, was suitably addresse I — 'To Mrs. Bannalyne, as a; token of regard and esteem, from the Karangi Sunday school picnicers,'— and ...
DORRIGO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
DORRIGO ITEMS, [from oun own correspondent.] The woollier has taken up at 'hist, ?and there 'is ovory ri'ppenriuicri of fine weather continuing for some. time. . The ' Dorrigo was favored by visits, from two clerical gentlomon in the per sons of the Revs. A. Graham and C. E. Burgess. Both gcntleujcn spoke highly of the Dorrigo in general, laying stress on tne unuemnmo lemniy ui ? ino- soji. We also had a visit from two Richmond River gentlemen '.(intending selectors), who wero delighted with the district', .their opinion being that tho Dorrigo is far superior' to the famed Richnioiid. Tlio Dorrigo Progress Committee ipcqt on Saturday afternoon, this special, moot- ing being ' called1 for ' the purpose of .reconstructing 'and electing fresh officers if advisable. It is quite evident Guy Fawkps will, yet have a Strong rival in' Dorrigo as regards j-otalo production. It is the intention of ,tho Dorrigoiles 'to go, in extensively ' for potatoes this coming year. I' wish them' luck, and ...
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
Echoes. JJy Tim Pii.oitui. , Anylliiiift in this column is not necessarily identified with the policy of the paper. A woman' who throws herself .nt n man's head will soon lincl lior place nt. his fool. — Desnoyers. * * * * * * * * , A iiiti»niiiioow is usually described (or should lie) as a thing in black, clothes who attends, weddings. ; . ' , *.. * * ' * * * * * . Thaciihh'. :, .' Johnnie, can yon give inc the name of. tho . largcs' known diamond ^..lohiinio My oath — the ace.'' ... * * * * * * * * A via wnturspoilt- lias been sn on to tho south oF Sydney Heads. G. H. Roid went that way recently, to talk politics in some oT tho lonesome spots along the South Coast. * * * * * * * , . ?II. K. O'CoxN'oii, on tho cost of Federation : ' Federation, geiitlemen, will cost you 8 s. (id. per head, or Is. mora than it costs to register your clog.' Anti-Billite : ' But it would bite wprse;' * ' . * * . * ' * * * * Some Civil servants who acted as poll clerks on June 3 have been reprimanded a...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, June 19 — .Bellinger Heads, 11 a.m. — Rev.'l'.D.E\ans. Femmount, 3 p.m. — „ „ Beilingen, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ ? ? Upper Taylor's Arm, 10 a.m. — Rev. H'. If. ' Marshall. Macksville, 7 p.m. — Rev. IV. If. Marshall. Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — Mr. D. Mogford.
THE MARKETS. SYDNEY Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
THE MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. Messrs. John See and Co. report — Maize, 2s. to 2s. 3d., heavy stocks on wharves and large supplies arriving to night, 'buyers holding off, expecting lower -prices'; potatoes, £7 to £9 ; pigs, -Id. pei lb. Mossrs, Hill,. Clark, and Co. report — Over 1500- ]iigs were penned yesterday and to-day ;? the niarkot for all descrip^ tions is lower^ but the dooline is less j noticeable iu good quality light porkers, ' which aw soiling comparatively well ; ; prospects for- the- heavier sorts are not lencouraging;- we quote extra prime | weighty back fattors from 45s. to. 60s., primo weighty baconers 41s. to 48s., ! good heavy 87s. to 41s., good 81s. to i 36s., light 25s. to 80s., best heavy porkers 22s, to 24s., others from 12s. to i 17s. Wo have sold 'nearly 400 this week. Tho Farmers' Co-oporativo Company, Limited, roport, — Values of fat pigs show a decline of about 3s. per head for baconers, buyers having fully supplied themselves from previous days j prices...
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
Sunlight Flashed. Tmtouaii the Wire: Sydney, Wcdiiedtiny. it is stated tnat 1UU ballot papers tu the Fitzroy election are riiissing, and that John Norto'ii's election hab been petitioned against; Johii Mitrrity Prior, financial agent; has been found git'ilty and sentenced tc» three years' penal servitude for abduct ing' Jessie McDonald; aged 16. The girl Swore that 'she lived with; Prior of her owii free will, siid that I?rior had often told her to go home if she wished; The judge refused bail periding an appeal to the Full Court; Prisoner, ? before leaving tho dock, waved liis lmnds at somo friends in court. One female spec tator burst into tears. The Hon. G. H. Reid, in addressing a meeting at Mortiya, said he hoped to hear that he would be forgiven for his sin in voting for the Convention Bill. He said tho Government would go to the country on a definite federal plat-, form, setting forth the necessary amend ments required in the bill. He says any conference now would be hopeless...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
Legal Notice MR. JOHN GILFILLAN, Solicitor, of Kempsey, will attend Beilingen Court on Monday, June 27. Any intending clients should write to him at Kempsey. Seed Potatoes. A GOOD Supply of Prime, Specially Picked Seed Potatoes on hand (Brow sell's and Magum Bonum), at 8s. per cwt. JAMES K. TYLER, Beilingen. Agistment Rights. TENDERS will be received by the under signed up to 12 o'clock noon on Friday, Julj 1, for the agistment rights of the Bellin- | gen Park. F.T.MATTHEWS, pro Trustees, Farms, Cattle, Etc. OWING to the threatening state of the weather last Saturday, E. Hiteliins declined to offer any of the Cattle, etc,, advertised for sale, but is now prepare! to deal privately with any intending purchasers. Good Terms Given. Notice. THERE has been running in my paddock, near Bowra, for the last six months, one Brown Horse, branded N on near shoul der, star on forehead, a»ed.- If not claimed within one month from this date, will be sold to defray expenses. Mrs. D. LAIRD. ?Bowra, ...
RALEIGH AND ITS MEMBER. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
RALEIGH AND ITS MEMBER. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. By Telegraph Sydney, Tuesday, 6 p.m. A Sydney correspondent to The Raleigh Sun had a long interview to day with Mr. McLaughlin, Member for Raleigh electorate. After referring generally to the progress of the district and to political matters of general im port, some interesting local matters were tonciiei upon. . . 'Well, Mr. McLaughlin, said the correspondent, 'what do you think of the result of the vote on the Common wealth Bill ?' , ' Well,' replied Mr. McLaughlin, ' as a public man I cannot help being pleased that Now South Wales has es caped from the disastrous consequences of such a tyrannical measure. I am proud that my electorate gave such a substantial majority against it, notwith standing the violent attempts made by some people to persuade the Raleigh electors to differ from my well-known opinions on the bill. The vote in the electorate was also highly complimentary to The Raleigh Sun, which advised the electors so soundly...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. ? High Day of Day of Sun Sun Water Week. Month. Rises. Sets, at the ? ? Heals. ' H M H M A.M. Sundav ... June 19 7 1 4 51 8 54 Monday ... „ 20 7 1 4 52 9 27 Tuesday ... „ 21 7 2 4 52 10 2 Wednesday „ 22 7 2 4 52 10 37 Thursday ... „ 23 . 7 2 4 52 11 11 Friday ... „ 24 7 2 4 52 11 45 ; ?: ' P.M. Saturday ... „ 25 7 2 4 52 12 2 Moon's Phase. — New Moon at 2.19 p.m. on Sunday, Jnne 19.