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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

Brief Mention. Tuesday next is the shortest day. The cluapest store to buy your drapery is F. T. Matthews'.* . Torchlights Handicap' at Femmount on Wednesday night next. If you want pretty fur or beaded trimmings go to F. T. Matthews.* a grand Dan is to oe given Btiortiy, in nui of the Bellinger brass band. Some important cases at the Beilingen police court on Monday week, 27th inst. Mr. McLaughlin wired on Tuesday that Upper Bucca had that day been gazetted a polling place. Robt. J. Smith, butcher, is a cash' pur chaB3r of pigs and cattle, fats or stores, in large or small lots.* Federation is the burning topic, and F. T. Matthews' big stock the topic of the Bellinger ladies conversation.* A rending room and debating club have been established at Upper Bucca. First debate is to be, ' Is marriage a failure ?' The cheapest shoe leather in New South Wales is Gillespie's bluchers, 7s. 6d., spot cash, at F. T. Matthews' Beilingen Store.* Mr. Yeager is going into the Macleay trade in ear...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

DEATH. Perrett.— On June 10,' at her residence, Tyringham Hotel, Tyringham, Isabella, relict of the late John Perrett, in her seventy -second year. I IN MEMORIAM. Gordon. — A tribute to the memory of Rachel Gordon, who died on the 18th June, 1897, aged 9 years and 6 weeks. She ha9 gone to the grave that received her, For Jesus has en lied her away ; She has gone to the Lord who redeemed her, From night to the splendour of day. Inserted by her loving sisters, of ' Caneina,' Gordonville. IN MEMORIAM. Gordon. — In affectionate remembrance of of my dear sister, Rachel, who departed this life on the 18th June, 1897, aged 9 years and 6 weeks. Relentless death among us came And bitter grief imparts j It took our loved one from our home, But never from our hearts. Inserted by her loving brother, Wilfred Gordon. IN MEMORIAM. Morrissey. — In sail but loving memory of my dear brother, who died at Coolgardie on June 16, 1896. Dearest brother, you are not forgotten, t Nor will you ever be ; As l...

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DEATH OF MRS. PERRETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

DEATH OF MRS. PERRETT. On Friday morning last one of (he oldest nnd most esteemed residents of Tyringham and Guy Fawkes districtsdied at Tyringham, when Mrs/Isabella Perrett passed away. Mrs. Perrett wns the widow of the late John Perrett, who died on February 17, 1893. She was born nenr Windsor, in the Hawkesburv district, in 1827, and was nearly 72 years old when she died. The deceased lady was mar ried in 1844, and immediately afterwards came with her husband fo Guy Fawkes. Mrs. Perrett wns, before her death, the oldest, living woman pioneer of the district. ' For some years Mr. and Mi's. Perrett lived at various stations at Guy Fawkes, and in 1855 they selected the land on which the present Tyringham homestead and hotel are situated. For the last 43 years Mrs. Perrett has lived at Tyringham. and there nre few residents within many miles of Tyringham who will not miss her kindly, generous mnnner, and her hospitality. To : local peoplo and to travellers alike, Mrs. Perrett was a k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

THE NOTED FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT OF SYDNEY. NOTED FOR THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OP GOODS. NOTED FOR REASONABLE PRICES CONSISTENT WITH RE ' LIABLE FUHNLTURIS. NOTED FOR IMMENSE STOCK DISPLAYED .IN 30 SHOWROOMS. AND NOTED FOR FAIR DEALING— ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL AND COMPANY FOR FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING, AND Gen oral Furnishing for House or Hole). Hull's Estimate.' nnd Designs Free. Hall'B New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, post free. Hall's Pack Country Orders Free. A. HALL AND COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 GEORGE STREET, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

STEABfl TO SYDNEY. : 'The Fast Direct Route. 'The Geo. W. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. ''The new Fast s.s. Excelsior , 400 tons , the favorite ne w s.s. Wollumbin , 300 tons. . YrpiIE s.s. Excelsior leaves Colt's Harbor I Jolly every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., f and leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening.' 'The s.s. Wollumhin also calls :as required, llioth steamers have cold -storage of tnosl ? modern arrangement, and an impetus is now. Agiven' to the dairying industries throughout;. '?She (listriei. * Tlie'.Excelsior is eleetnc-ligliteil; (throughout,- and has superior accommodation , r isor passengers. Steward and stewardess, and; st Undies' cabins and other state rooms on deck.; Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney — | f-Cabin, single £1. ,'10s., - return : Ji2 10s sSteerage £1. - ; ' ?: . Kor further particulars, apply- Iiest's Hotel, ; ?«. ^Coff's Harbor, or to 'GEO. W. KICOI5L,;' ? 'Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st.', Sydney. The North. Coast STEAM * NAVIGATION ? CO, i'lilMITE...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, June 19 — B'aiora, 1 1 a.m., Mass. — Rev. P. W. Al(ern „ Bauira, 7 p.m., Vespers, Sermon, and Hene diction. — Rev. P. IK Ahem.

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, June 19 — Never Never, 11 a.m. — Rev. A. Graham. Beilingen, 3 p.m.— „ „ „ Femmount, 7 p.m. — „ „ „ Gleniffer , 3 p.m. — Mr. A. A. Nelson. Sunday, June 26— Taylor's Arm (Welsh's), 11 a.m.— Rev. A. Graham. Bowraville, 3 p.m. — Rev. A. Graham , Noimbueca Heads, 7 p.m. — „ „' Beilingen, 7 p.m. — -Mr. J. F. Bmnclly. Dorrigo, 3 p.m.— Mr. R. Griffith. Gleniffer, 3 p.m. — Mr. B. Joyce. Never Never, 7 p.m. — No. 1 Band.

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NAMBUCCA HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

NAMBUCCA HEADS. OUR correspondent writes,— A rnt-lier sen sational stabbing affray occurred here last Friday evening. A man named Samuel Groves anil his wife, new arrivals here, have been living with Mrs. Normnn, next door to Ellis' store, for a few weeks past. Mr. K, Ellis also lives on the same premises. Groves had been drinking tor several- days, and on Friday Mr. Ellis remonstrated with him for entering the house whilst under the influence of drink. The man insisted on going in, and it is understood that Mr. Ellis attempted to prevent him, when Groves fell on the floor, and then stabbed Ellis in the left thigh nnd fore-arm with a pocket knife. Mr. Whaites was immediately sent for, and lie quickly sewed up the leg wound and bound up the arm. The cut in tiie leg wns 1 Jin. long and Jin. deep, and the one J in the arm not so large; but it appears to have split a sinew, as the third finger is much ivcakcr than usual. Neither stab is so serious as was at first thought. Groves made no...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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UPPER BUCCA TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

UPPER BUCCA TROUBLES. Upper Bucca people are now certain of a polling booth for the general election, it having been gazetted on Wednesday last; A more serious trouble out there, however, has been the question of having a forest reserve revoked, so that timber necessary for working the Beacon mine might be available. Mr. McLaughlin', M.P., who personally repre sented the matter to the Lands Department, tiaB received the following letter on the sub ject from the Under-Secretary for Lands, — '? Referring to the petition presented by you yesterday, from Messrs. W. Crabb, W. Bad cock, J. Penny, and other miners of Upper Bucca, for the revocation of Forest Reserve 642, county of Fitzroy, on the grounds that as the timbers thereon are not available for operation under miners' rights (that is without license), it will necessitate the clos ing of the Beacon gold mine, which is situ ated thereon, and throw a number of people out of employment, I am directed by the Secretary for Lands to info...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE foundation-stone of St. John's Tech nical College at Armidale, for the training of the clergy of the Church of England of the diocese of Grafton and Armidale was laid last week, in tho presence of a number of peoplo representing tha various centres of the diocese. Bishop Green performed the cere mony of laying the stone, fully explaining the objects of the college. Canon Flower, of St. Mark's, Darling Point, Canon Soutcr, of Moree, , Archdeacon Ross, and Messrs. F. White Bnd I'. F. Tindall wore the other speakers. One thousand pounds towards the establishment of the college was donated from the Marriott bequest; £700 has also been subscribed and promised throughout the diocese, and a large sum was given at, the ceremony. A sum of A'2i-00 is the total amount required to open the institution. At the sitting of the Synod oil Tuesday, tho Rev, ;Mr.. Dalton, of lialllna. was, elected a '''anon. Tile Bishop was presented with a [iiirse of sovereigns, in the hope tha...

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LOWER BUCCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

LOWER BUCCA. Our correspondent, writing on June 6, says, — Tilings in general are very slow. The weather being unsettled prevents the working of claims to any advantage. A crushing of 46 tons of stone from D. Font's, put through at the Coramba Queen battery, gave over CO ounces of gold. Mr. White is getting about 10 tons of stone drawn for crushing, and a good return is expected. A party of six men has started work in the Gipsy Queen, and about 20 tons are to be taken out for a trial crushing. . . The postal inspector paid us a visit the other day, and the Progress Com mittee was so slow that not one of its mem bers -waited on him to see if something could be done in re-arranging the mail service to Lower Bucca. At present the running of the mail is very inconvenient ; a letter posted at Lower Bucca on Tuesday leaves here on Wednesday, and is delayed at Nana Glen until the following Friday — that is if it is going north. Something should be done to remedy this.

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SOCIAL AT GLENIFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

SOCIAL AT GLENIFFER. | A VERY enjoyable social was held in the I hall at Gleniffer on Wednesday evening, June 8. The social was given by several residents of the North Arm, and much credit is due to Miss A. McFadycn and the other ladies who worked hard to make the affair the great success it proved to be. 'Liberty Hall' was nicely decorated for the occasion, with ferns, etc., and the tloor was in excellent order. Good music was rendered by Mr. 11. May, .Mr. M. Rigney, nnd Mr. Dillon. In spite of ..the bad weather, about 30 couples graced the floor, and dancing was kept up until near daylight. Amongst those present were visitors from Coif's Harbor, Beilingen, nnd all parts of thedistrict. Mr. J'. Mclnt-yre was M.C., nnd the social was one of the most enjoyable ever held in the district. Some very nice costumes were worn by the ladies. — Contributed.

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Local Interest. A SCOTCH HUMORIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

Local Interest. A SCOTCH HUMORIST. Mr. Robert Kennedy' gave an entertain ment in Beilingen School of Arts on Monday night last, the hall being well filled by an appreciative audience. Scotch songs and stories were rendered by Mr. Kennedy, in characteristic fashion, nnd the entertainment was much enjoyed. Miss Haffenden played Mr. Kennedy's accompaniments on the piano, and earned the hearty voteof thanks accorded toher. 1 be takings, at the door amounted to £7 2s. 6d., of which one-fourth tVas handed to the School of Arts funds. Mr. Kennedy gave a similar entertainment at Bellinger Heads, on Tuesday night.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

If anything be calculated to push n district on it is the spirit which promoted and has so far sustained the Smithtown Dairy Company. Throughout the Mac leay generally there has of late been an evident spirit of progress, carrying with it the accompanying signs of a sounder prosperity than has been apparent for years. With a rich district, capable of great diversity in agricultural and pas toral pursuits, the Macleay people have not done as well in the past as their op portunities warranted..' Fur years they grew maize and ' chanced ' a few cattle ou the low lands, and here nnd tjiere a few men did something at mixed farming. A yd the result was that nil through the district dull times were complained of, and tfce natural resources of the district were lyi'cig almost waste or were being used in a jcsultloss' sort of way. But a spirit of ? ; awakening ; has apparently spread over the land, and the effect is encouraging. Already a great union; strong for the g«od of the district,' has...

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A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAP PEll XIV. ' It will be all right when I see Dick,'^ Antony snirl to hiuis&lF, as ho alighted nt the littlo station and began striding through tho village to the big gates and broad park that surrounded the old gray stone house of Speede. 'Perhaps ho was too worried to think of what lie was writing, or ho had no tune to ohooso Ins words. I cannot boliovo ho would have written like that unless he had been annoyed with nie ; nnd, ns I am itiuo ent of having done anything to vex l«m, it. must have been some other worry hat upset hini. He might havo sent just one word about himself, though,' the young fellow mused, as he walked rapidly along tho conn try road, that was already hot and dusty in the morning sunshine. But tliore — I will stop think ing about it ! Tlie more I bother myself abont the affair the less I understand it. I must wait till I see Dick, and hear from him what is wrong.' 'To' put aside all thought of Saville, however, was not so easily ...

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NEW POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

NEW POLICE MAGISTRATE. Mr. McKell, who has been relieving Police Magistrate at . Kempsey, will visit here probably for the last time On Monday week. Mr. McKell will shortly leave for another district, a Police- Magistrate having been ap pointed to Kempsey. A telegram from Bath uistto a Sydney paper of June8saya, — ' Mr. W. G. Burton Smith, C.P.S., has received an intimation from the JuBtiee Department of nis appointment as loncc magistrate at Kempsey. Some time ago Mr. Smith quali fied himself by examination for promotion. He will leave Batiuirst in about a fortnight's time. Mr.Smiih has filled the position of. C.P.S. and Crown Lands Agent in Bathurst for upwards of ten years, and is acknow ledged to be one of the best officers in the department.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

£1600! £1600! WORTH OF WINTER GOODS NOW OPENED AT F. T. iATTHEWS' (Received per s.s. Indramayo, from London direct). THE PROPRIETOR, of THE BELLINGER STORE wishes to call the attention of the public to the Bargains lie is now openin*? in every lino of Drapery' for the Winter Season, and would direct special attention to tlio Cheap Lines of — BLANKETS FLANNELS RUGS ' ' QUILTS - .FLANNELETTES TOWELS FUR TRTMMTNGS RIBBONS SILKS DRESS STUFF . SERGES , SHEETINGS CALICOES TABLE DAMASKS SHIRTINGS FANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS VELVETS - 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 on tho Bellinger. 1 LADIES' CLOUDS' & CADES. A big stock of Now Shapes and Designs. See them. MEN'S, YOUTHS5, & BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING, OVERCOATS' Macintoshes, Cardigan Jackets, etc. Inspcct this magnificent Display, and you will have some of the Bargains. THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT -M ill...

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DOUBLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

DOUBLE WEDDING. A DOUBLE. wedding. took place on Tuesday in the open air in front of the residence of Mrs. Jane Martell, of the South Arm, Bellin ger. Mr. Fred White was united to Miss Emma Jane Martell, and Mr. James White to Miss Eliza Quinn. The officiating clergy man was- the Rev. Chas. E. Burgess, and a large number of relations and friends was present. After the ceremony an adjourn ment was made to the residence of Mrs, Martell, where an abundant repast was pro | vided, lo which about 60 people sat down. The usual toasts were proposed by the chair man (Rev, Mr. Burgess), and Messrs. Dan. Thompson, H. M. Kni^ln, and Martin Quinn, and were duly honored.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

f. r:v'h. baker, FE RNMOUNT & BEL LING EN, AUCTIONEER, fire and Marine, life, Land and . ; General Agent. LEGAL, matters attemled to tli rough City ? Solicitor. Kornis under the Land and Income Tax, Act prepared. Any class of Commercial work undertaken. Bellinger River Black smith..& CoackbLiilding ; Establishment. 1 H & LJORDAN BKG to inform their numerous friends '' and the [mlilie generally that, they have established themselves as Hlacksiiiilhs and Coach, liujrfjy and .Sulky Builders iii' the shop recently occupied by Mr. It. ITe-rntt. HcMiugei.vnml. trust by turning out; uutliing but fiist-iilass' Avoik to. receive a fait- share, of- I public patronage: , Legal. lit % iKENZIE, ' Attorney, Solicitor, PROCTOR, and CONVEYANCE!!, ? f' Commissioner for Affidavits, I i 1-1 L. I'.. I IJT G EN. Will atteiuF'atl courts on the liellinger and1 ? . - S'anilmccn llivers. Lanctv Commission, and' General Agent-.. . T AXI5 (!A,SKS conducted at Meetings of _1_J Local han...

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SERIOUS CASE FROM DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 17 June 1898

SERIOUS CASE FROM DORRIGO. A SERIOUS and sensational arrest has been made at Dorrigo by Senior-Constable Jordan, of Beilingen, and Constable Allman, of Fern- mount. It appears that on Friday last, June 10, Messrs. R. Waddell, Alexander Beattie, and Alexander Simpson were riding about Dorrigo when they came across a cow al leged to be the property of Mr. Simpson. Two men were seen at the spot, but they left when discovered. The police were informed, and early on Wednesday morning Messrs. Jordan and Allmnn arrested Henry Sly and Thomas Coghlan, both Dorrigo residents, on a charge of having, on June 10, wilfully killed a cow, the property of Alexander Simpson, of Bellingen, with intent to steal the carcase. Both men were brought to Bellingen lockup, where they will appear before the police court to-day.

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