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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

MO! £1600! WORTH OF WINTER GOODS 1 3TOW OPENED AT F. T. MATTHEWS' (Received per s.s. Indramaj'-o, from London direct). THE/. PROPRIETOR of THE BELLINGEN STORE wishes to coll the attention of the public , to the Bargains lie is now opening in every line of Drapery for the Winter Season, and would .direct special attention to the Cheap Lines' of — . BLANKETS 'DRESS STUFF ; .FLANNELS -SERGES ; RUGS 'SHEETINGS ... ? i QUILTS . -CALICOES . .FLANNELETTES TABLE. DAMASKS TOWELS ? SHIRTINGS FUR- TRIM MINGS FANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS VELVETS | SILKS -.FANCY SHOT SILKS LADIES' TRI1MED & UNTRIMiED HATS. All the Now and Fashionable Shapes. A. Pretty Stock of New Flowers an'd Trimmings. The Choicest ever seen 011 the Bellinger. LADIES' CLOUDS & GAPES. : A big -stock of Now Shapes and Designs. See them. MEN'S, VOUTHS', & BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, Macintoshes, Cardigan Jackets, etc. Inspect this magnificent Display, and you will have some of the Bargains. .THE GR...

Publication Title: Raleigh Sun, The
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DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

DORRIGO. ? [FROM OUIl OWN' COIUIHSI'OXDKNT.] . I - 1 - Thb; growing; uuipfflrtAiioe: of. Dorrigo': was fully exemplified yestordav, in- the large attondnnec nt the special meeting of tho Progress Committee. The re tiring president took the chair, nnd, iu opening the 'meeting; 'expressed pleasure and delight nt seeing s6 many gentlemen, present, their presence, proving- beyond doubt that tho Dorrigoites were deter-1 mined to fight for /-their rights. The whole of the retiring' officers were re .i.„.. 1.^,1 1 1, „ ' ? ! -'lniu u, iiimnwu iiiu for the confidence-'iplnced in them and declared their deterininatioii -.of doing all' in their power for . the advancement of tbo locality.- A great -deal of business was transacted, nnd, by ' tlie'eiithusinsm displayed, it wr:s' evident tlint tlio'iiiem-. bers -meant business... Much indignation wns expressed nt the manner in which Dorrigo was overlooked wlieii nioney for road purposes was available. Some of onr roads are almost- - -impassable,...

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A BELLINGER DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

A BELLINGER DIVORCE CASE. In the Divorce Court, Sydney, on Tuesday, June .1-1, before Mr. Justice G. B. Simpson, Andrew Black, hotel keeper, of Fernmount, Bellinger River,, petitioned for a divorce from his wife, Annie Black (formerly Tyson), on the ground of alleged misconduct with the co-respondents, James , Tranter, Patrick TTnlK' finrl HVnnlc O'Connor. Mr. Ral ston (instructed by Mr. J. McLnngblin) appeared for the petitioner. There was ?110 nppenrance for tho respondent. .The petitioner deposed .that he was married to the respondent at Fernmount in 1882, the marringe taking place before tho local registrar. The respondent wns under age at the time, but slio had her fnthor's consent. There lind been two children of the marriage, and 0110 of these, a lad of 1-1 or 15, was living. I11 1890, witness built the Imperial Hotel 011 a parcel of land belonging 'to his father-in-law, and he had lived there since. Before lie moved in he knew James Tranter, who was in his employ, and subseq...

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ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING AT DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

ALLEGED CATTLE STEAL ING AT DORRIGO. At Bellingen police court on Friday last, June 17, Ilenry Sly and Thomas Coghlnn wero charged with haying, at BeilsdownCreek, Dorrigo, on June 10, killed one cow, with intent to steal the carcase thereof, the said cow heiiig the property of Alexander Simpson, of Bel lingen. i It may be explained that the Dorrigo country, and particularly the Beilsdown Greek portion, is used extensively for the grazing of cattle by stockowners on the Bellinger, nnd during some parts of, the yeor large numbers of cattle are turned out in that region. In April last Mr. Archibald ?'Bent-tie, sen., of Bql- ' lingen, brought a lot of his stock from the Dorrigo to Bellingen and offered them- at auction. They did not reach the reserve prices, but were afterwards !.(on tha same day), sold to-Mr. Alex. r ^Simpson, a farmer living near Bellingen. Mr. Simpson turned the. cattle out again ?on the .Dorrigo, and the cow alleged to have been ^killed wns one of that lot. It was w...

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Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

Echoes* By 'J'iie Pii.oRiMi Anything in fins column is not necessarily identified with the policy of the paper. Sv-rttfisY. ?liullMin. .call# -G. -11. Reid it political Jndns jscnriiit. JJulletiit is too complimentary to Reid. Judas I sea riot had the decoii'cy to go and hang himself. * * * # * ? # * 4 .It is safe to bet that Reid will never keep liis promise to the sugar-enno growers oti the Northern rivers. Tho promised increase in the civil servants' salaries will also never got beyond the stage of political promises. - ? *. * ' * * * * * . 4 * From ' missing friends' column iii Daily Telegraph of June 11 ' G. II; Reid, last heard of at Newcastle, como back and nil will lie forgiven. 'Demo cratic Party, Macquarie-street.' Heaven has apparently heard Reid's prayer; - * * * - * * * * X ' Mr. Barton has decided to run for Bourke, against Mr. E. D. Milieu, M.P., at tho general election. Mr. Bruce Smith runs for Glebe. Mr. Barton was asked to contest 14 city and suhurbnii electorates,...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, June 2G — Jitncr/i. ii a.m., Mass. — Rev. P. H'. Ahem. Doivra, 7 p.m., Vesper#, Sermon, a nd Bene diction. — Rer. JP. ir. Ahem. Wednesday, June 20 — Dellingen, 0 a.m., Mass.— Rev.P.W. Ahem. Dellingen, 7 p.m., livening Devotions and Denedietion. — Rer. IF. Ahem.

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

THE MARKETS. Messrs. T-Jilt., Ci.ark, an'd Co. wired on Wednesday as Follows : — Fat pig market vory heavily snpplied this week, and prices fluctuated considerably. Had it not been for intercolonial orders, tho market values would have been very bad indeed. 'Wo quoto extra prime weighty back fattcrs. £2 5s. to £2 18s. : prime weighty baconors, £2 Is. to £2 3s. ; good heavy, £1 17s. to £2 Is. ; good, £1 lis. to i51 1 (is. ; light, £1 5s.' to £1 10s. ; best heavy porkers, £1 2s. to £1 'Is. ; pood. 18s. to £1 Is. ; other descriptions from 12s. to 17s., ficcording to quality. We have sold nearly 500 this week. The Farmers' Co-opcrntivo Company, Limited, wired yesterday : — Prices of fiit pigs commenced low on Tuesday, but improved ns sales progressed, nnd - again yesterday values were fairly well main tained throughout, with little alteration on late rates. Wo quoto best bnconers at, 38s. to 4C-s., porkers to 2Gs., good 20s. to 23s., others from 15s. upwards. Fat calves were in light su...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, June 20— M-vei ' Kerer, li a.m.— Rev. T. D. 'Stan*. Dellingen, 3 p.m. — „ „ ,, Fernmount, 7 p.m. — „ ,, „ Warrell Creek, 2.30 p.m.— Rer. II*. IL Marshall. Maehsville, 7 p.m.— Rev. W. H. Marshall. Sunday, July 3— Upper Orara, 10.30 a.m. — Rev.'l .D. Evans. Karangi, 1 p.m.— „ „ ,, Upper Ducea, 3.30 p.m.— „ „ Coramba, 7 p.m. — ,, ,, „ Taylor's Arm, 2.30 p.m. — JBeu. IV. II. Marshall. Machsville, 7 p.m.— Rev. 1 V.1I. Marshall.

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Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

Sunlight Flashes. Tiiitouoii the W mis. Sydney, Tuesday. Parliament was opened at noon to day. Tho Government speech, after referring to tho result of the Federal election, stated that tho Government will not abandon efforts to remove ob jectionable features from the' bill. The amendments aro now under consideration, ana inciuae tno nooiition oi me provision for equal representation in tho Sonate; tlie omission of tho ' Brnddon Blot,' more definite provisions regarding rail ways and rivers, nnd other amendments. During tho present short session no large measures of reform will be attempted, but an endeavor will bo made to pass a bill restricting the influx of undesirable immigrants ; a bill to extend the hours of polling nt elections ; n measure deal ing with values of improvements on Crown lnnds ; nnd n short bill to secure a special referenium on the fiscal ques tion.. Sydntev, Thursday. The Opposition have decided as a body to remain intact under Sir. Lyne's leadership, but would...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, June 20 (third after Trinity) — Dellingen (St. Margaret's'), 11 '.in. Dellinger Heads. 3 p.m. Fernvwtnt (St. Yineent's), 7 p.m.

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. High Day of Day of Sax StJN Water Week. Month. Rises. Sets, at the Heals. U JI H M' P.M. Sunday ... June 20 7 2 4 53 1 1 Monday ... 27 7 2 4 53 1 53 Tuesday ... „ 28 7 2 4 53 2 48 Wednesday „ ; 29 7 2 4 54 3 51 Thursday... „ 30 7 2 4 51 4 59 Friday.-. ... July 1 ,7 2 -4 55' fi ll Saturday ... „ 2 7 2 4 55 7 15 Moon's PHASE. — First quarter at 2.54 p.m.' on Monday, June 27.

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A ROUGH TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

A. ROUGH TRIP. Mr. IT. P. Rata', C.P.S. and Crown Lands Agent at- Bellingen, and Mr. G. S. Briner, of this paper, had a trip through tho weather and floods this week. Going to Coff's Harbor on. Monday evening, tho latter part of the journey was accomplished amidst pelting rain, bad roads, and the darkness of a black stormy night. After the (frown land sale at Coif's Harbor on Tuesday, flicv bestan tho return journey, driving through stretches of water on the flats and over bridges and cul verts submerged by flood waters — all to tho accompaniment of torrents of rain. At Pino Crook the water was some foot over tho bridge, nnd when tho travellers readied East Raloigli -.the ferry . punt, had been taken off. Tho North Arm road to Bellingen wns tried, but was found impassable, and a return wns made to East. Raleigh in the darkness. The horse and vehicle were here stowed away with Mr. John Smith, J.P., nnd the river crossed in the flood boat. The Raleigh hotel was a warm haven of refuge,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

DEATH. Cahili,.— On May 29, at. Ubini (W.A.), Mary Mildred, the beloved daughter of J. T. and C. Oahill. Aged 10 months. ^k||alfi()!| j|un.

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ORARA MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

ORARA MINING. OUR Upper Orara correspondent writes, — According to the report ot Captain Crabbo, J.P., the Beacon mine nt Upper Bucen looks well ; nnd they should also look well at G'ornmba. But things nre dull just now at Coramba, though it- must become a busy little town if tho Lady Elsie goes off, as well as the Coramba King. The advent of Mr. CI. Gnddcs, J.P., Warden's Clerk, is air acquisi tion to Corainba, and his office is centrally situated and more convenient for the miners, especially those who luive new finds nnd minima iu iijijmii.'i l,.i , ...uuiu,,, I.nunu nssist- in bearing out. Captain Crahbo's opinion ns to the pormnneiicy of gold-bearing tracts in this electorate. These tracts run in parallel lines,, with- apparently barren tract's between. This can be seen by the ililference between the country at Nana Creek and Bollingeii ; t tie go-Id tracts run in a S.E. and N.W, ilircction, although in some parts of the district, there arc.sadille or table reefs similar to tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

THE NOTED FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT OF SYDNEY. NOTED FOR THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF GOODS. NOTED FOR REASONABLE PRICES CONSISTENT WITH RE LIABLE FURNITURE. NOTED FOR IMMENSE STOCK DISPLAYED IN 30 SHOWROOMS. AN' I) NOTED FOR FAIR DEALING— ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL AND COMPANY FOR FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, BEDSTEADS & BEDDINC, ANT) General Furnishing for House or Hotel. Hall's Estimates nncl Designs Free. Hall's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1808, post free. Hall's Pack Country Orders Free. A. HALL AND COMPANY, 1 The Universal House Furnishers, 5G1, 563, a (15, 5G7 GEORGE STREET, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY . TENDER FOR LAND. TENDERS arc invited to Lease or Pur chase that Splendid Farm known as ' McGann's,' Bellinger River, containing 100 acres. '. Term o£ Lease— One to Three Years. Rent, half-yearly in advance. To Purchase— A deposit equal to at least 10 . per cent, of the purchase money will be required, and the balance may be ar ranged for in equal payments spread ? ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

STEAM TO SYDNEY. 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. Woliumbin, 300 tons. r.nill! s,s. Excelsior leaves Colt's Harbor 'I Jo'tty.ovcry Sunday morning, at 0 a.m., and leaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. : The s.s. Woliumbin also calls as required. 'Both steamers have cold storage oE, most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now given to the dairying industries throughout the district The Excelsior is electriclighted 'throughout, and' lias superior accommodation' for passengers. Steward and stewardess, and 'ladies' cabins and other state rooms pn deck. Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney — Cabin, single £1 10s., return £ 2 10s;' Steerage £1. For further iparticulars, apply Best's Hotel, 'Colt's Harbor, or to GEO. \V. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney. The North Coast STEAM * NAVIGATION * CO., , LIMI/HED. , ? . - rpinc. favorite s.s, HOSEDALE will make I frequent and regula...

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Church Services. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

Church Services. WESLEYAN. ?Sunday, June 20 — Taylor's Arm (Welsh's), 11 a.m. — Rev- A. Graham. Dowraville, 3 p.m. — Rev. -1. Graham. -. Xambiicai Heads, 7 p.m. — „ „ Jh'lli iii/i'ii. 7 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Dorrigo, 3. p.m. — Mr. D. Joyee. Gleniffvr , 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Hodge*. Never A rever, 7 p.m. — Ab. 1 Hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

HERE'S your chance. E. Raymond has secured the services of Mr. F. Per KOTT, first-class coach and baggy painter. Send your buggies along. Inspection invited; Prices to suit the times. Second-hand Sulky. FOR SALIS, Second-hand Three-spring Sulky. Good order. Apply to E. RAYMOND, Coachbuilder, Bellingen. Torchlight Handicap. THE Torchlight Handicap advertised to take place at Fernmount on Wednes day last has been postponed to To-night (Friday, June 21). It. J. BRYANT, Hon. Sec. Social. SOCIAL in School of Arls, TTellingen, on Thursday. June 30, at 7 p.m. Refresh ments. Good' Programme, including Lantern Lecturette and Comic Pictures. Adults, Is. ; Children, (id. Proceeds for Wesleynn Church. Grand Ball. A GRAND BALL will be held in Moody's Hall, Bellingen, on Wednesday even ing, June 29. Good music and refreshments provided. Proceeds in aid of the Bellinger Hand. Tickets, 3s. SAM. HATTERSLUY, Hon. Sec. Bellingen School of Arts. rpHE Postponed General Meeting of Sub JL scribers and Int...

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A FALSE ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

A 'FALSI ALARM. On Snndiiyinffernoon the police authorities throughout this and the Orara districts were notified that a boat wns anchored off Coff's Harbor, under the southern headland. It wns reported recent ly that, a boat with some French convicts aboard had managed to escape from the French penal settlement nt New Caledonia, and it wns supposed the men wciu H i ui.i kc ior uic iiiisiiniiau coast. 1 lie police have been on the lookout hi Queens land, but nothing has so far been seen or heard of the escapees. It was thought that the boat at Coff's Harbor on Sunday might be tho one watched for, anil Senior-Constable Jordan (Bellingen) Conslable Allmnn (Fern mount}, Senior-Constable Buekl.mil (Wool goolga), nnd Constable Priizler (Corainba), accompanied by a tracker, went to the Harbor during Sunday night and' Monday. All day Monday the party watched the Inat from the shore, but only one man was visible in the boat. The sea was rouj;!) nnd tho weather heavy, so that the boat had so...

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VERY HEAVY RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 24 June 1898

VERY HEAVY RAINFALL* Tim. heaviest rain known for years was experienced this week in this nnd neighboring districts. It began on Sunday, and up to 9 a.m. on. Monday 35 points fell ; during the next 2-1 'hours 7 inches fell, aiid in the follow ing 24 hours it registered 11 inches here. On Wednesday another inch and a half, fell, making a total of about'20 inches since Sun day. The total fall for the month is so far 23 inches, nnd for .May ami June 32 inches. . The river rose rapidly at Bellijigen to the height of nearly 18 feet, and the punts and steam rtroghcr hail to take in all corn on the wharf rind leave for Fernmount.. The slied at the wharf was partinlly swept away, and fears were entertained at one time that Mr. Doepel's new vessel would go also. Reports show that at Fernmount the fall wis equally heavy, and at Coif's Harbor, Woolgool^n. and other placcs it was even heavier. At Bowra the fall was quite 20 inches, anil the rivei' rose 25 feet. At Kempsey 13 inches fell in 24 h...

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