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How To Manage a Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
How Td Manage a Utisiiaiiti : Domestic harmony is the cement of the family tie, and the principle of the family is the root of civilisation. Therefore, any thing that may tend to promote consononce in the home'may be of infinite sociological yal ue. Hence, apology is .unneceBsary for. introducing to our readers some remarks by Grace Atherton on ?? The Art of Manag ing Your Husband,' since they so evidently embody experience, observation and a leaven' of logic. These qualities are calculated to make advice sound and render it acceptable, ??p. promoting the sociological ; end' we have, indicated, f :. ? '??-? « ?-'?? The authoress tells us: — 'There are two waye of managing a husband. One) is by muscular and the other by mental force. Few wifes can utilise the first; therefore the mayority of women mast think out the solution of the problem, 'What shall be done with a .husband ? ' for themselves. ? 'Husbands are divided into classes — jealpuB, indolent, ultra-attractive, domestic, lib...
Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Billiard Tournament. .Farther matches have been played in con nection with, the Royal -Hotel Billiard Tournament. J. Usher, 10, beat H.Flanagan, 60, by 17 ; J. Orbell, 50 behind, beat L. Hope, 10, by 66; W. Loughuan, ? 50, beat R. Wells, 65,. by 41. Tho first of thene matches provided a splendid contest, the competitors keeping well together, and both playing remarkably well. This will pro bably , prove to be tho game of the first ronnd. The match between J. Orbell and L. Hope attracted very great attentiou, there being' a :papked room, but play was disappointing inasmuch as Orbell playing really well, caught his opponent— who was favored with rio'lu'ck— before he had scoied more than nine or ten. Thenceforward the game was a procession, although Hope played well at times. The highest break was 28, by the winner. Mr. Loughnan beat R. Welbj rather easily at the end, though at first there appeared to be a likelihood of a close contest.
Our Land Laws. SUGGESTED AMENDMENTS IN C.P. AND C.L. LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
« ur l*aiid L,awe. SUG&ESTED AMENDMENTS IN C.P. ANDC.L. LAW. The difficulties of conditional purchasers whoso lauds are of inferior quality of late years has been so keenly accentuated by 'a drought of almost unparalleled severity, that it is evident that any concessions that they are reasonably entitled to ask of the Crown ?uuuiu' uu lunger uu mmuuiu, especially where it can be shown that much can be done towards relieving the position of these settlers .not only without damage, but with actual advantage to tlio, Crown. The Land Act of 1861 provided that 75 per cent, of the ?capital price of all lands selected bear inter est to the Crown at 5 per cent, in perpetuity ; but the Land Act of 1S75 inaugurated the system^ of paying off these balances by in stalments, and gave permission to selectors under the prior act to bring their selections under the altered system. As, however, there still exist about a million and a half in value of unpaid balances under the old system, it ...
Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Baptist Church, Bodan orora. (Pastor Isaac Bugs) August 6th— Beatonville, 3 p.m. j Bodangora, 7.30. p.m. August 13th— Spioer'e Creek, 3 p.m. ; Bodangora, 7.30 p.m. August 20th— Bodangora, 11 a.m.; Maryvale, 7.15 ? ? p.m. ; Geurie, 3 p.m. August 27th— Maryvale, 3 p.m. ; Geurie, T.15. p.m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Acting Like Magic. -i His trouble was Constipation— -Years a; Sufferer— Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills * ? are Tried and Found best of AH Medicine*. When an elderly gentlemen haa had bnd, health for many years and tried numerous ? remedies, yon can generally . rely , upon lii.s judgment in such matters. Thus, when Mr. T. Thorp, 51 Stewart-Btreet, lticbmbnd, Victoria, writes a letter such as the following which we have received from him, lie does not do so hastily, but after careful thonght: —'I have experienced groat benefit from the.use of Dr. Morse's Iiidian Koot Pillf, which I tried for habitual constipation, from which I have been a sufferer for many yoars. Ab I have tried many remediea for this com,- ^ mon complaint, I am in a position to teBtify .. ?' that they are the best medicine I have ovor taken. I never bad anything to go so well 'through the'ByBtem, and to set mo right bo quickly. Also, they act Wiry agreeably,. never causing pain, a» ie iho caso with mauy- cures for ind...
Butter Making. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Butter Making. We think it is about time the Wellington farmers took up the matter of butter mak ing in a practical way. The previous attempt at running a butter factory in Wel lington was a failure, when formed into a company, (because nobody had supreme control), but a success when run by one individual. The grass Hats on the rivers m the Wellington district are capable of feed ing an immense number of cows, and all we want is the proper breed of cattle ; for butter-making. Any cow will not do, and the in-breeding carried on so extensively in this district has almost rendered useless the cattle we now have, at least for the purpose mentioned. There are some laudable excep tions among our farmers, and some good herds are being used at the present time for butter making, but we need good men to take the matter up in a systematic manner. There is little use going into the matter of the profit made in such an in dustry, as that has been settled long ago. Many farmers in other district...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
An Opportunity to be Seized. A Week worth Waiting for. REDUCTIONS UPON REDUCTIONS. This particular week will be especially devoted to the CLEARANCE of MILLINERY, , UNDERCLOTHING and MANTLES. Everything in these Departments will be , Capes, Jackets, Ulsters, Corsets, Clouds and Shawls, Flannelette Underclothing, Woollen Underclothing, Children's Cloaks, Hats, Bonnets, Underskirts and Dress Skirts, Blouses, Ribbons, Stay Busks, Bootees and Gaiters, Berlin and Fingering Wools, Will all be Sold BELOW SALE PRICES. Also, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING. Extra special Bargains in Overcoats, Macintoshes, Oilskins, Hats, Shirts, &o. During the first two weeks of the Sale customers have poured in, and goods have flowed out in one continuous stream. Many lines have been sold Out, but we still^have plenty of goods to offer. ?? _ G. E. WISE A CO., LTD., FEDERAL STORES, WELLINGTON.
Half-Holiday Association. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Half-Holiday Association. A general meeting of the Half-Holiday and Early-CloBing Association was held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday night, Mr. C. H. Richards in the chair. ' It was decided to reduce the initiation fee from 2a. 6d to la and. the. monthly subscription from Is to 6d; ladies and juniors half rates. In response to a letter received from the secretary of the Early-Closing Association of New South Wales, it was unanimously resolved that this Association become a branch. A special meeting will be held on Tuesday night next to arrango for the hold ing of a social to raise funds to start a Cricket Club. ?
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of Eug land.' (Bbv.,B. Babby Beown, B.D. ; a»d JohnO. Mi rmnYrri a t.t^ August 6th.— Wellington, 11 a.m. (H.O.), and 7.30 p.inij Bodang5ra,3 p.m. (H.C.) ; Dripstone 11 a.m.; Mumbil, 3 p.m.; Stuart Town,'7.30 p.m'. August 13th.— Wellington, 8.30a.m. (H.C), fl a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Fonto,3 p.m. ; Gourie (Railway Station), 11 a.m. ; Comobolla, 3 p.m. j Bodan gora, 7 p.m. August 20th.— Wellington, 11 a.m. (H.C), and 7.30 p.m.; Bodangora, 8 p.m.; Goolma, 11 a.m.; , Spicer'a Creek, 3 p.m.; Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m. August 27th.— Wellington, 8.30 a.m. (H.C), 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Suntop, 3 p.m.; Nourea, 3 p.m. Week Days. August 24th.— Wellington, 8.30 a.m. (H.C) August 16th.— Maryvale, 7.30 p.m. August 17th,— Dripstone, 7.30 p.M. '-. August 22nd.— Mumbil, 11 a.m. (H.C) August 29th.— Fonto, 9 a.m. (H.C) *-
Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Presbvterian Church. ? ? ? ? _ (Bbv. Gbo. Munb) ; .. August 6th.— Upper Spicer's Creek, 11 a.m. ; Bodan gora, 3 p.m ; Wellington, 7.80 p.m. ? '' August 13th.— Yullundry, 11 a.m.; Wellington, 7.30 p.m. ? ' August 20tb.— Suntop, 11 a.m.; Fonto, 3 p.m.; Wellington, 7.30i.m. August 27th— Lower Spicer's Creek (Bobs'), 11 a.m.j Windora, 8 p.m. ; Wellington, 7.30 p.m. Week Days. August 17th.— Neurea. August 22nd.— Geurie.
Forbes Show. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
ForbesStaow. The show opened, on Tuesday, and the Govenor officially opened the proceedings on Wednesday. The woather waa cloudy, buL tho attendance was very large. The following awards have been made : — Thoroughbred stallion : C. H. Kerr'u Victor Hugo, 1 and champion. Thoroughbred mare: J. E. Baws their no's Seagull, 1 and champion. Draught stallion :. T. M. Dun's Perfection, 1 and champion. Durham bull: W. L. Wilcox, 1 and champion. Durham cow : W. L. Wilcox, 1 and champion. Here ford bull : NicolaB and Eeymond, 1 and cnampiou. ivienno ram: js. ji. »uttor, 1 and champion. Merino ewe : F. B. Suttor 1 and champion. Long-wool ram : R. E. Bawling, 1 and champion. Long-wool ewe : M. B. Walsh, 1 and champion. In the poultry classes Mr. L. Ramsny'e Orpington nen was awarded a. prize for champion bird in the show. Mr. J. A Bucklnud gave -a trotting exhibition pf-hiB famous horse Tritz on Wednesday affcernioo^.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
F. Seymour Hegarty, solicitor, Maughan street, opposite Post Office, Wellington.* Mr.' Jamos Matheson has bought out Mr. P. Harris' wrated water factory. Ho is a practical man from Bathurst, and promises to improve on tho already good aamo of bis manufactures.
Homestead Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Homestead Selection. The Full Court last Monday delivered judgment in the matter of the appeal of tho Minister for Landf against a determination of the Land Appeal Court, in a case concerning the ownership of the improre ments on James Willmott's homestead selection in the land d is t riot of Dubboi Tho matter came be fore the court in the natnre of a special caso, and ?wbb heard before Mr ;:. Justice Stephen , Mr. Justice Owen, and Mr. Justico Walkor. It appeared that, by a notification of Juno 10, 189G, the ? Governor withdrew certain lands from too pastoral leases or the pastoral holding of Gonanagie, . in tho Central Division of tho Dubbo land district. These lands were then hold by the respondents J. B. Watt and W. O. Gilchriet, under pastoral lease, and the noti fication of withdrawal was ' Btated to take offoct on. Octobor 14, 189G. Tho respondents had, during the term of their lease, and prior to tho withdrawal, made improvements on the laride. The lands were let apart for h...
Why Women have Ugly Necks [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
Why Women have Ugly Necks The reason why pretty necks and throats are much rarer possessions among women nowadays than they were fifty or Bixty years ago is that for many years past it has been the fashion to wear high stiff collars, fasten ed tightly round the throat. Tight collars cause the neck to hfipntno vnllnw. nnri tlin j akin to become prematurely wrinkled and Daggy- A graceful carriage of the neck . is also impossible when a high close collar is worn. Often the neck's first signs of age ?how themselves in the throat. Daily mas sage, UBing a good emollient, ia the. best method of keeping throat wrinkles at bay ; this, if persevered with will also prevent yellowness and scraggineBB of the neck. Singing exerciBeB ; improve' the appearance of the throat, but of course, it is imperat ive that singersshouldaroidtight collars.
MY NOTE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
MV NOTE BOOK, (By Chew Sltme'). The great 'Bob.' Ingorsoll is dead,— ' may he rest in peace.' This may seem to tome people a wish which tihould not be ex pressed, because the great free-thioking orator and writer was not a believer in the tenets of any church or creed. But it is better to wibIi that he may be well treated after death. Many have their private opinions on the matter, and very decided opinions too, and will say without hesitation that ?- Bob ' has gone to hell. He was a good-living man in private life, and nothing was ever charged against his character', even by the free-speaking American press. He bad a kink in his mind, or else he took free-thought up in an idle moment and kept it up aB.a matter of bravado. Which ever it wbb, he died aa he had lived, and 'he gave no sign at the end of (foing back on his lifelong pro fessions, We common' people— the average of mankind — may differ from him (and moBt of us do, thank goodneee), but we cannot help admiring a man, no matt...
A Serious Defect. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
A Serious Defect. A hungry pedestrian had put up for the night at a wayside inn, and found the aupper very scanty, the most sub stantial part of it being a single sausage. With a faultfinding look and gesture, he called the innkeeper to his side. is cnac tne Dest you oan do m the way of a sausage ?' asked the' traveller. ' Why,1 said the host, 'isn't it good ?' 4 Oh, it's good enough, perhaps ; but the ends of it don't suit me.' . . i ' Tho ends ! What's the matter with them?' 7'. ??„'.,,'.? ? Too near together,' said the hungry man, and the inkeeper took the hint.
He Never Called Again. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 August 1899
He Sever Called Again. -Young man; he said, as he followed him out on the steps the other evening,' 'I want. to have a talk with you. , Yon have-been courting my daughter.' 'Yes, sir.' ?* You think you loye her?1 .'I know I do.' 4 And vou would fain bear hni- nft tn some woodbine cottage?' 1 That is what I would fainest, sir.' ' Ah— um 1 What is your salary V ' Two pounds a week, sir.' ' Just so— take her. I was afraid you couldn't support us all on your wages, but it's all right. Hurry up things and .get into, the family in time to 'pay the next month's rent. : You don't know what a relief it- will be. to us old folks to have someone to support us.'. : . - - ** ..-??'? ?