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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
BIRTH. Channells. — At her residence, Wirrimbi,on June 2, the wife of Jacob Channells, of a son. Both doing well. BIRTH. Taylor. — At her parents' residence, Itowrn ville, on June 16, the wife of James Taylor, Public School, Wirrimbi, of a son (Thomas Allan Keith). Roth doing well. Fill DAT, JULY 1, 180$.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. -.; High Day of Day of Sun Sun Water Week. Month. Rises. Sets, at the Heads. ' II M H M ? A.M. Sunday ... July 8 7 2 4 56 7'44 Monday 4 7 2 4 66 8 37 Tuesday ... 5 7 2 4 57 9 30 Wednesday „ 6 7 -2 '4 67 10 21 Thursday ... „ 7 7 2 4 58 11 9 Friday ... „ 8 7 1 4 58 11 56 P.M. Saturday ... „ 9 7 1 4 59 12 18 Moon's Phase. — Full Moon at 7.12 a.m. on Monday, July 4.
BELLINGEN COURTS. MONDAY, JUNE 27. Before Messrs. T. C. McKell, P.M., and H. A. Evans, J.P. SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
BELLINGEN COURTS*. Monday, June 2.7.. Before Messrs. T. C. McKell, P.M., and U. A. Evans, . I. P. j SMALL 'DEBTS COURT. I Mrs. FiysDA Hicks v. Ann Coghlnn. — Claim £5 5s., for medical care, nurs ing, board and lodging. Mr. McKenzie appeared for the plaintiff. Defendant, who did not appear, had paid £2 off tho account, and a verdict was given for tho romaindur, £3 5s. Another ense had boon settled out of court. ? .
Local Interest. BALL AT BELLINGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
Local Interest. BALL AT BELLINGEN. A BTJCCKSSFTJT, ball was held in Moody's hall on Wednesday night in aid of the funds of the Bellinger Brass Band. About 40 couples were present, and the affair was u very pleasant and enjoyable one. Messrs. It. May (piano), J. McNally and A. Hughes (violins), ami Sam Hatteisley (clarionet) provided excellent music, and Messrs. 8. E. Moore and J. M. Johnson were Ms.C. A supper was provided by the committee in first-rate style.
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
(Echoes. ? '-.?? Bv'Tfin Pn.riiii.u. .Anything in tliis column 'is not necessarily'. identified with the policy of -the paper. ;Thb ???Orange' Leafier proposes tbni Toby Barton's 'head lie 'printed 'on tlio New SoutlrWuk'S [Ristnge stumps,; just to give the Tel'tgraph .push a ?chance to ?lick lum; ? ? v * * *' * * ? * * * ' PnnaoNAii item .from, conn try pnper — ,, ?''' Those who iknow old Mr., Wilson of : this place personally' will regret to hear that he was assaulted in', a brutal manner | .Inst week, but .was not -killod. . ;i * .**-:?*. * * 'Bismarck-- has said- that ho would ? sooner have a eortain cure for rheumatism than all tho titles in Europe. But then Bismarck's got the rheumatism, which -is probably worse than the titles would ?bo. . * * * * * * * * T- thero is one time more than another when a woman should bo en ?tirely alone, it is when a full line of ?clothes just washed comes down in the mud. The English language isn't power ful enough lo fit such an occasion. * * *...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
The coming general election will afford' a lively illustration of tho wretched system of party governmont„nr government by contradiction. If ever the issues were Imixed, and muddled, nnd misleading during previous appeals to . the electors, they are likely to he more so than ever when tho next elections tuko place. 1 here will bo a. variety of candidates, and, a variety of ' platforms,' and a variety of issues ; and the electors do not appear to have any possible chance of oxpress nti opinion upon anything in particular. There will be the candidate who swears by Reid, and the other fellow who swears hy Lynk, and one who follows Barton, and another who follows no loader nnd mi particular principle. There will be the labor candidate who promises to stand with McGowen, and another labor man who is ' independent.' The elec tors will have the choice of one man who advocates Lyne, und protection, and federation, and no direct taxation ; or of . another who goes for Barton, and protection,...
BELLINGEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
BELLINGEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. '? A. oenkral meeting of members of ?the Bcllingon School of Arts Society was held in the r:;nding-room of the hall on .Mo'ndny night, the at tendance number ing 1G. Under the circumstances, this was a good muster. The president, Mr. G. J. Henderson, occupied the chair. I After some formal business had been transacted, .the annual-report and balance sheot were read by the secretary, Mr. G. 0. Hammond, and ? the treasurer, Mr. G. B. Mosman. The'roport and balnnce slieet wore unanimously adopted. Sub scriptions were then handed ill, and some new, members -enrolled, an:df' officers for tho ensuing 'year elected. .Mr. G. .1. Henderson (president), Messrs. F. T. Matthews. and E. Raymond (vicepresi dents), and Mr. G. ,15. Mosman (treas urer), were re-elected without opposition. For the secretaryship, Mr. Hammond nominated Mr. McKenzie, and Mr. Hammond himself wns nominated, in spite of his protests. Mr, Abbott de clined to be nominated. A ballot re sulted in the ...
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
A FAITHFUL TRAITOR. | CHAP PER XV. Antony; Peii.e was still smiling as ' Ilia cub thronrlod its way out of tho busy railway station. The Lntimni- cnrringo was just in front of him, rolling lightly through the sunshine, ami Poo's bright flower-like fnc'e, full of animation, was clearly discernible, as she poured the whole story of her day's doings into her. husband s sympathetic, cars. ' How happy they are ! ' Tony said to himself ; and, though ho smiled with sincere affection and admiration nt his cousin ns her carriage wns lost to sight, he could not still the pang of envy that shot through his heart. He whs conscious' only of a feeling of eager pleasure, however, when, a quarter of nn hour ' later, he mounted the stone stairs to Saville's chambers in the quaint old Temple. Outside the sunshine lny in broad patches of gold on tho gravelled square court, and was reflected in a million dazzling rays from the bosom of the river, flowing smoothly beyond tlie wall of the Embankment ; bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
If you want, pretty furor beaded trimmings go to F. T, Matthews.* TiiC certificate o£ James Delore was recently suspended for six months.l'y the Registrar in Bankruptoy, because, .Deloro had not kept , books of accounts. WORTH OF WiMTro ' UNl 1 : GOODS 3TOW OPENED AT F.T.MATTHEWS'' (Received per s.s. Indramayo, from London direct). . . .' . ~ ~~ ~ ? j THE PROPRIETOR of THE .BELLINGEN STORE wishes to cnV the attention of the public to the Bargains J10 is now opening in every line of Drapery for .the Winter -Season, and -would direct special attention to the Oheap.Lines of — BLANKETS D'RESSSTUFF ' FLANNELS .'SERGES ? /RUGS;. ' . .'S MEETINGS QUILTS, 'CALICOES ' FLANNELETTES TABLE DAMASKS TOWELS .'SIJIRI'INGS FUR TRIMMINGS' ' iFANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS . ' .'VELVETS SILKS' . 5FANCY SHOT SILKS ' LADIES' TRIMMED & UNTRIMIVIED HATS. 1 t( .All the New and Fashionable Shapes. — : — — - — ^ — ; : ' , m A Pretty Stock of New F owers and Trimming's, r The Choicest .ever -seen on t...
POLICE COURT. INDECENT BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898
?V ' POLICE COURT. INDECENT 1113HAVIOUIV. John Patrick McNally pleaded guilty to indecent behaviour at Fernmount on the night of .Juno 24, and said he was under the influence of drink at the time Defendant was reported to be a new arrival from Sydney, with no previous charges against him, and he was fined £2 or 14 days in the lockup. The fine was paid. &nbsp; INDECENT LANGUAGE AND ASSAULT. Charles Stoddart Kent pleaded guilty to using indocentdanguage on the South Arm ferry, at Bellinger Heads, and to assaulting Joseph Washington, sen., who was working tho ferry nt the time. Mr. McKenzie appeared for Washing- ton. The defendant said he pleaded guilty under provocation. He was bringing his wife. and family from Nam- bucca Heads, and, as it was mining, they were wet and cold ; there was a delay in getting the puntman out, and he (Kent) lost his temper. He only pushed Washington. For the language defendant was fined £1, with da. lOd. costs ; and for the assault 5s., with £1 Is....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
£1600! £1600! WORTH OF IIVjThK GOODS NOW OPENED AT ri PS? '3? PS esrass w ej ssss r ra El ES if IlIT 1 II L Iii V Ir Is iWiinl I 1 i 1 £ w w (Received per s.s. Inclraniayo, from London direct). ! ?: THE PROPRIETOR of THE BELLTNGEN STORE wishes to call the attention of the public . to the Bargains ho is now opening in every line j of Drapery for the -Winter .Season, and would direct special attention to the Cheap Lines of^- ? BLANKETS DRESS STUFF FLANNELS' - SERGES RUGS ' SHEETINGS QUILTS ' CALICOES : ? . FLANNELETTES '' TABLE' DAMASKS TOWELS - SHIRTINGS ' ^ , FUR TRIMMINGS i FANCY BEADED TRIMMINGS RIBBONS ? VELVETS SILIvS FANCY SHOT SILKS LADIES' TRIMMED & UNTR1MWIED HATS. All the New and Fashionable Shapes. A Pretty Stock of New Fowers and Trimmings. The Choicest ever seen on the Bellinger. LADIES' CLOUDS & CAPES. A big stock of Now. Shapes and Designs. See them. MEN'S, YOUTHS', & BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, Macintoshes, Cardigan J ackets, etc. Inspect...
Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
Echoes. ; By This PaciRiM. Anything in this colli inn is not necossnrily identified with ihe policy of the paper, A Iiosi'itai. hnlkat Tnmworth realised £107. , f *'- * '?:? * * * ? ' # * Yiotorian revenue shows an increase ?for. the -year of:j&25G,'44G on tlie previous I year. ?. This must: be' the protectionist ruin the freetraders talk about. ^ I Mr, Crick to tho'Governmont : ' You are FossilinocL-.-on- .your -seat%,}i* votes; of i' censure will not- move you ; 'dynamite is, tho only thing to shift 'yoiin— disgrace' will not.' i , | .? ? * * * * ? * ?. ? ?' *; * * . Mr. Ske : to Mr. Reid : ' Why, ac cording to you, the very liens lay more oggs under your administration.' M r. Reid : ' Well; that's becnuse they are more contented.' ? * * * * * * * * The Hongkong bank recently handed over to tho '''Chinese Government a cheque for £11,000,000, to bo paid by China as indemnity to Japan. This is the '? record cheque.' ; * * * * * *? * * Acconi)i-jo to the increased voting powe...
Political Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
Political Items. Mil. Grh;k': If tho lion, and- learned momber (Mr. Reid) has a surplus, let him put it on the table and lot us see it 1 Mr. Norton : Better still, let us finger it and feel it ! ?; * * * * * * '* * Mn. Chapman' : Thoy say, 'Oh,, Mr. Barton has made a-, somersault.'- ^No man can truly say that. Mr.1, Lonsdale : He was ar freetrader once '. Mr. Ghap man : The lion. 'member was a fool once, and is;a fool always. ' * * * * * * * * . Mn; Ruin : I wish every other Pre mier got less trouble from his colleagues than I. have got from mine, Mr. Norton : Does not: Mr Brnnkor ever charge you over voiir morals? Mr. Reid -. No, because tli'iy are entirely reformed. * * * * * * * * . Mn. Ciuck : Want has always been an opponent of federation. Mr. Griffith : So is Crick ! Mr. Crick :. Wil):the hon. member lei prick- talk for himself ? I do not want Balaam's ass to bleat. Mr. Ashton : Balaam's ass never did bloat ! Mr. Crick : He ought to have dime. - * * * * * * * , * Mr. Reid : Th...
RALEIGH POLITICS. A VERY SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
RALEIGH POLITICS. V. ???? ? A VERY SERIOUS CHARGE. I Duiunci tlio debate in the Legislative . Asstrmhly on tlio interim financial state ment, Mr. McLaughlin, M. P., n'l'nde tlio following remarks which we take word for word from the Parliamentary Han- sard: — r think that ^ho proceedings of the House to-night will satisfy not-only ? lion.- -members, hilt the. , pnl«!tc, tliat : t he calling of Parliament together for this session is neither more or less than a' jjfj farco. , Iho Government have supply until nearly the ] st September^ but they ?M want -.to -be ob.e to- exaggerate; ti little, 1 . There is a surplus, hut it is not being, I expended; The roads and bridges are | all provided for to the 21st August, and S - therefore there is no reason: in the | world for holding this- sham .session. :| ? How. hnvo the Government dealt with Jj the moneys which have been voted ? I || have: a complaint to make against, the |i Secretary for Public Works/ Two years it ago a deputation of lion...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
THE lyfARKETS. Messr».'Hili,, G la it re, anb Co. wired on Wednesday afternoon, — The fat pig market was hoavily supplied yesterday, a'ncl to-day, ' 1503 being penned. . Tho general tone of tho market was good ; valud?, however, wore slightly pnsicr than : last week's rates. . Weqnoteexti-a prime weighty backed fattors at 4-8s. to 57s., prime weighty baconers 41s. : to 48s., good .heavy 38s; ;to 41s., good 32s. to 37s., light 26s. to 31s., best honvy pork ers 23s. to 2»3.,- good IDs. to 22s„ others from 14s. to 19s., We have sold -, nearly 500, at top market rates. ? Tlio Ftirniers' Co-opoiativo Coin[-nnyv Linnled, wived yesterday, — Fat pig sup- ... plies of late have beon about: ctjiuil to tho demand ; could tho 'tnark'ot , always. „ be so regulated, high prices ivojtld rule. . We quota prime, heavy baconers at- 40s. : , to 48s., light 25s. to '32s., hest hoavy; porkers 25s. to 28s., good 20s. to 23s. store pigs are very scarce, and are selling: readily at. 15s. to 18s. for good. ...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
' /PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, July 10 — - . North Arm, 11 a.m. — Jtev. V. Mans. Bellingen, 3 p.m. — ? ,y r- ,, . Fernmount,? p.m. — „ Bue'tiubindiiii, 11 a.m.-Rev.W .II. Marshall. Bowra, 3 p.m. — „ ,, „ Nambucca Heath, 7 p.m. — „ „ Mac/tfcille, 7 p.iii. — Mr. B. Mogford.
Sunlight Flashes. THROUGH THE WIRE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
Sunlight FiaLslies. Thuodqh the -Wire}. ? - Svdney, Thursday. T^e sitting of tlie Legislative Assem bly lapsed on Tuesday, the Speaker and Cliaii'mau being, absent. ?At Perth ( W. A.)', UVo persons hnvo been c'oa'nutted far tnnl on a charge of inarrying ; they iu-0 so closely relnted ' that the marriage' is said to be against law. The Public Works Committee' havef . approved of the harbor works nt BelliiH . ger Heads beiug ' constructed# at a cost - - of £8Cr,000. In; the Assembly; Inst night, a motion by Mr. 'Copelnnd to introdnco a bill providing for Sunday trading within cortnin hours, was defeated by 26 to' 1(5. The other business was unimportant, except the passing of a bill to consoli date the laws of the colony. In the Council the Aliens Restriction Bill wn9 pnssed, and also a bill to' extend the hours of polling to p.m. The business of Parliament is now practically over. It is expected that the. ? dissultitiofi will take' place to-morrow, and the writ will be probably be iss...
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
' ANGLICAN. Sunday, July 10 — Bellinger Ileads^ll a.m. Fernmount C®.' Vincent's), 3 p.m: Bellingen (St. Margaret's), 7 p.m. . Saturday, July 16t Co ft llarbur'X'Vr. Gill's), 7 p.m: . Sunday, July 17 — Mount Brown, 11 a.m. ; Upper Biicea, 3 p.m.; Coramba, 7 p.m. Monday, July 18 — Upper Orara, 7 p.m.
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
Brief Mention. . Impo'iitant' sale of horses at Bowra to- 1 morrow. ] If you Wan t pretty fiir or beaded trimmings I go to F. T. Matthew's.*' The' North Const Company pfoposes to build a new 13-knot steamer. Americans celebrated the fourth of July by blowing the Spanish fleet to pieces. Go to F. T. Matthews'. You will find a lovely stock of dress materials for evening wear.* , - F. T. Matthews hns operied a choice lot of ladies' winter dresses in single dress lengths.* , . Oxford-Cambridge Universities, met at Cricket last Week., Oxford won by ; nine wickets.-n - ? , Robt.' J. Smith, butclier, is ,n, casli pur chassr of pigs and cattle, fats'or stores; in li\rge of small lots.* The Public Works Com'mittee' lias reported against the section of the North Coast railway from liaitlartd to Tarec. Read the ' Mo.Slmrry case' o'n page 4, also ' political notes' and 'A Serious Charge' on page 3, of this issue. E''e'de'ratio'n is the bfUruing topic, and F. T. Matthews' big stock tho topic of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 8 July 1898
DAIRYING and .Maize-growing. For Suitable Farms apply Ji. JIITCU INS, Macksville. Small deposit } balance iu 10 equal yearly instalments. HERB'S your chance. E. Ra5Taioni- lias secured the services of Mr. F. 1?ek rott, first-class coach and buggy painter; Send your buggies along. Inspoetion invited. Prices to suit the times. Notice, ALL persons indebted to me are respect fully requested to pay their Accounts as soon as convenient. : - ' ANDREW BLACK, Imperial Hotel. Fernmount, July G. Wait for tlie Big Show. WEST'S Combined Circus will appear at Bellingen on Saturday, July 9. See: day bills and programmes. ? SID. IK REILLY. Election Day Sports. A THLETIC SPORTS will be held on jLJJ, McDougall's Track, Narabucca Heads, on Election Day. Programme in future issue. F. CLOUGH, Hon. See. Raleigh Election, A MEETING of Friends and Supporters of Mb, P. HOGAN will bo held in the School of Arts, Bellingen, on Saturday Qto ?m'orrow)'a1r8=p.m;- - ? — . F. T. MATTHEWS, T' ' 'j Hoa. Sec, pro tem....