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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

? Thuhbday, August 4. The Minister for Justice moved the federal ad-, dress to the Queen. Tho House adjourned till Wednesday.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 8. Mr. Heydon brought in a bill to provide com* pebsation to workmen for' accidental injuries re ceived in the coursc of their employment, which was read a first time. The legal consolidation bill was.' read a second time.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Thubbdat. August 8. The Premier said that school teachers with service prior to 1880 would receive favorable treatment in the matter of retiring allowances. The Colonial Treasurer said that tea imported into the colony was inspected by an expert. The Minister, for. Mines said that tho Consolidated Mining Bill provided that all companies treating oreB for oxtraction of metals should keep an account of their operations. The Minister for Lands said that if time per mitted a bill tip consolidate the various Laud Acts would be submitted this session. The Minister for jjands, in answer to Mr. Haynes, said that in considering the Central Division leases attention would .be paid to the various reserves as sociated with the leases. .The Colonial Treasurer said that he would de liver the financial statement after the debate on the federal address. to.the Queen was finished. - The Dentista' Bill was allowed to be re-introduced at tho same stage as last session. . ? Mr. Haynes resumed the debat...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p.m. Appeal To The Country. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Telegraphic News (Prom -our own C o r r e s roNn Sydnhy, Monday, Appeal To The Country. ' ': [t Speaking-at: Pymble on Saturda|ji-the Ppstmaster General hinted at an : appeal to tfiejelectors in the event of an adveree vote being carried against the Ministry. Burglary. ?. The Angel Hotel, Pitt-street, was broken into yesterday morning, and £30 in cash and. a large quantity of jewellery was stolen. Oreat Towing Peat. The disabled. steamer La Serena,, in : tow .of the steamer Franklin, arrived safely after an unparalleled feat of towing extending over 8400'milee. Latest Market Prices. Wheat, 2s 9d to 2s lid ; chickwheat, 2d 4d to 2a Gd ; flour j £7 to £7 5s ; maize, 2s 8d ; lucerne, £1 15s to £3. ; oaten bay, £2 15s to £4; cljaff j £2 10s to £3 5s butter, creamf' ery and vfact'ory, 123;; dairy 10£ to lid;/ ? Victorian Surplus. ? , The Premier ot ' ^Victoria -: expocts to announce a surplus of £800,000 iu his Budget speech this week. ? -.. . The Transvaal. - s - London Sunday. Eeyelati...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wedkebeday, Acquit 2. The standing orders, library, ? refreshment and printing committees were appointed. . Soveral bills re-enacting matters of detail ai to recovery of small debts 'and other legal bills, for the purpose of consolidation,- were reoeired from the Council and read a first time. The address to the Queen, praying for tbe est ablishment of the Commonwealth of Australia, was moved by tho Promier, and Mr. Barton, Mr. Haynes, Mr. Norton, Mr. O'SulIivan, Mr. Dacey, Mr. Kose, Mr. Meagher, and Mr. Sawyer spoke to the question, and the debate was adjourned till the following day.

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

L,ocal Jottings. Teeth extracted free when artificial teeth are. to be . made.. E. P. Solomon, Dentist, Club Hotel, Wellington.* . ?. A'curioiis thing was seon iu ,town this morniug, when some lads sighting a -rabbit in PfAnf. nf Mm 'Rntilr f.f 'NTfiW Rnilfll W'n.lfiS. gave chase with ' wild hul loo and brutal-^ noise.' They treed, or .rather^ piped ' the animal, and speedly effected its deapatch. ? Up to going to pressi Wednesday, nest, had'fio^been proclaimed 'a ipublic holiday, however, the day - will be observed by all the stores. . v' ? !-? . r. -Mr. A. Ba r t o n of M t .. . Art h.uiv ,wli o has been 'confined ' to hfs^: bed for some days, suffering from a severe -cold, is still compel led;tp.-.{ceep.this room. ' - 'It is , expected that ?iioiwiftHbe well again in a .day' or two, at any rate he has made up his mind to see the Englishmen at Bathurst. r New jewellery every week— in pretty and serviceable designs at lowest possible prices, —gold brooches from six shillings at J. ...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

NOTES. The match— Probables v. Possibles — played at range on Saturday, to decide upon the team to play H»mst the Englishmen on Wodnosday, resulted in amn for tile Probables by 20 points to, nil. Smith, Wellington, scored two tries and played well. WIP (Ollowinc leavers Vt ill ranru«nt Wnlllnntnr. in* ' Our Boys' on Wednesday morn ?:m „ I' is hoped that the men selected Ji- 'urn UP- and uphold tho reputation R.n. jollington Club. Tho team will proceed to 'Ur't by to-morrow night's mail train: — Howie, ^ohinBon, Clifford, O'Brion, DompBoy, B»m, '.*°'n-,-looco, Voeoli, Hi'-es, Taylor, Cronin, Hamucle, Clayton, Bruce,- aud Broderiok. IhoMudgee Distriot Illicitly Club will 5, '8 annual meeting on tho Bth und 9fch «ovcmb.er,i when tho usual liberal pro grammes will be submitted. On tlio follow «-B uy thoro will bo a £50 pigeon shooting « 1 m,p' fu'8t Prizo £35, second £10,' third '« ^'^'dicappiup will bo in the hands ho Sydnoy Gun Olub handicapperB. f-ntnes, accompanied by a feo of £1, m...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

i1, 'C- ' Tlie Weaklier. 1 , - Ra'in.y-iii fair; quantities, fell during tho greater part'of liisb wouk, and although tho registor doos ?not 9.how a .high.rccor(l,-yet what , has fallon is euro to do' an immenso amavrnt of good'. Due quarter should bo a heavy ono as regards tlio fall of rain, and jf'sonip , licavy,. sko.wers '.come along towards tho end of Soptomber, tlie prospeots of our farmers aro absolutely assured,. Tlio following stations.roported as''; follow# -forVyostorday .:— Albiirv 34-, Cowra B,' ?Oubbq.4, 0raugo 20, Hillston 9, VBooligal 7, Coon ablo 3, Condobolin 10, D«niliquin 10, Eanabalong 22._ In-. Wellington,, nono fell on. Friday, ;B8 on Saturday, and 2 yesterday, making about. ' an inok for the week. ' ?

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ENGLISHMEN AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

ENGLISHMEN AT BATHURST. ^ Great intereit is being token in tbe approaching, visit of tbe English football team to- Bathurat on Wednesday next, the Oth instant. This interest is not confined to tho scene of tho match, but extends to every town along tlie Western line. In Bothurst and Orange the day has been proclaimed a holiday, and llr. Clifford ia hourly expecting a communica tion to the effect that the holiday will extend to W.llinntnn fl'l. ? : ? VI 'it ? ..v...ub,uu. iucio i8 iii) uouDi inero win do a very large number here who will avail themselves of the opportunity of visiting Bathurst. and seeing the Englishmen. The Bailway Commissioners: have in ids arrangements by which a train will leave Well ington at 8 a.m., arriving in Orange at 11.20 a.m., luen connecting with a 'special,' which leaves Orange at 11.60 a.m., and roaches Bathurst at 1 40 p.m. Special excursion rateB hove been proclaimed for the whole journey. The return farea will thue , rnd cla89' and 17s 2d 1st class....

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Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

LandSale, Mossrs. T. H. York & Co. roporh the sale of Mr. H E, Mm-ti'ni's proporty at ' Spieor's Crock, known as ' Glbnwood^1 of 2560 . acfes c.p. and c.U' at s| eati»j factory' price for cush. 'Mob bib. Lypni.BrOB., of War'no, being the purchasers. An aotive- demand cxists'fbr good grazing properties . in this; disirict, and thby have enquiries for samo up to 10,000 aores.

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THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

THIRD TEST MATCH. 1. The Englishmen played the second test matoh ?gainst Combined New South Wales and .Queens land on Saturday, in Sydney. Tho result was a *in for the Britishers by 11. points to 10. The visitors have now won two of the teats and the luitrsliana one. t ,

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District News. STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

District News. STUART TOWN. : '(From oiir own correapondont.)' Fr.OBt and sun gave place to oloud and shadow during tho past week, wliioh, witK a slight rise, in' temperature, .has --given a pleasant verdant 'aipeet to-;thbJ eart'b'.: 'The rainfall for tho weok would not amonnt to an inch,. but Bprcad as it was ' o'vor' several days, was quito the thing for growing nurnosos : but thia -locality wants a flood i . we have not had one how for a' long time. . The goat is a useful, valuable animal, albeit, he ;is. a misohievous, dlss'tructive on'e. -There »r-,' I'shbuld say, about one thousand of them about our common, and I notice that ono 'resident has the nuclous of a herd of the. angora specie a. Iti ought; to- be well worth the wKile of tlie other owners ttf- follow his example and supersede tho common spocioB with this more valuable one— equal milk, better flesh, better Bkins, and the hair an additional' marketable alrtiole.' -, . ?/.? Since - my' last communication, .the. District...

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SUNTOP v. HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

SUNTOP v. HALF-HOLIDAY. Ike Suntop men were all ready on the ground at Buntop yeitorday, expecting a promised visit from tbe Wellington Half-Holiday Club, but they , wait . ad in vain. Tho fear of tho rain or of a beating, or tbe inability to get a team together, was the etuis no doubt. Jaut tne Buntop men were not to be done out of a game, so Mr. Carr picked a team eamiiting of visitors and local juniors to play them, and although they weie not a scientific crowd they did very well. There is nothing in describing a scratch match, where inexperienced players are pitted against a regular team ; so we can only say. the Buntop Club won by 12 points to 5. There are three or four man in this club who- should appeal in tbecombined Wellington district team which is to play Wellington on the 19th. Also the Half Holiday Club ahould not make an engagement un Imi they are pretty certain they can keep it, as it disappoints a club, and its supporters, and does kum to the game of football in the'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

WILD OliERiiY ' '-BALSAM Is a certain cure for Couglis, Colds, . Croup, Hoai'seness, -aucl all aifec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from tho expressed juice of . Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other . ingredients, will bo found the most useful medicine for chost affections. Prepared; and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, .. M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & PamilyChemist UlEDICAJL HALL, ' NAN1MA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, . . ? ? v- Hat deoided to romain permanently . in WELLING TON, and for the presorit may be consulted at the. CLUB HOTEL. £ .£ PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. - ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with 'or without plates. GOLD FILLINGS a speciality. ' GOLD CROWNS. PIYOT TEETH. TEETH EXTRACTED, 2/6. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 5/. L NO CHARGE FOR EXTRACTIONS when artificial teeth are to be made. BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED. . E. P. SOLOMON, (Member of tlio Dental Association). ZDEHSTTIST* ~ CLUB HOTEL, WELLINGTON cC Ti. C± RA-lSPf. Archi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

sThTdawson, o] licensed Surveyor, tSpeciaKy «— -.'J ?ro nrcpared to undertake Sub-division ^ T Sorvoys of all kinds ; taking oHevolB, JJL jfc. Address, Wellington. ? ? taken i WELLINGTON BUTCHERY Sherrlff sSfcCormick - BE£ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. ThoC T^ift Street. Wellington. Beale and Co's i fjEw ?-sy;HfS..'S s jj| w und°ubi,g^EE FIRST PRIZES at the prfvat to—-*- — tihibiwd ftuA in t o S ^4°^E AND co, voro M the Sydney Show ^ HApaBUEa pt'UoS^ wbS are specially constructed for the BUG is Ave yoMB. _ invented a Machine wbKnbfuSorod 'from lock to chain by eimpl, A Boc crossing a button. ? a.s Co., Dubbo. ? ? Ladies' General Nurse. MRS. p. COLREAVY, having secured addition- 'g1 al Accommodation, is ProP«e* ™cei™ Reno ? persons desirous o£ staying in Wellington for ^ , fcS®terSSl..''.A«JOOOHEMEKI, ^ or waited on at their own Residence. in bd ? Km 5ote the Address— MRS. F. COLRKAW, I and t KENNARD STREET, WELLINGTON. (Opposito Goods-Shed.) Et Tattersall's Hotel, Ont of the...

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Progress Committee; Tub mooting held on Thursday ovbning to form a Progress Committee for Wellington in only ariothor of those Bigns of .progress so evident now in the town and district. Wq: are growing, and with our growth neods arise, and to meet those needs an association has to be formed. The feeling throughout the meeting was one of enthusiasm, arid' everyone showed they desired to push-- our town ahead and improve tho condition ibf' things. The constitution proposeA -is ';a liberal one, and embraces the district as well, aa the town ; arid evejy adult male- in the .police district has a.vote, so that the^frau ?chise is wide enough to meet evei^ljody'B %ishes. The idea, entertained; by certain people that the proposed Progress Commit tee* was being formed to act in antagonism to the Municipal Council was also dispelled, and )it was clearly shown that tho desire was to assist the Council in every way, and. tako [op' those . matters V^hicb^wetff iouteid^ the powers of the Council...

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Wellington Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Wellington Hospital, i The movement now on foot tb.iaise funds for tho erection of a' .iew hospital in. Wel lington is likely to meet with the success it deserves. The Hospital Sunday Comjnittee are likely to raise -'sufficient monejr td?give ^ the project a good start — -(we are presuming that is tho obiect of fcho Hnsnital Srindav collection). Already two offers have been tnado by charitable citizens , to give £10; each, and no doubt many others will follow iu the samo way. To-rmorrow the Hospital Committee meets, and it is said that one question to bo brought forward (and no doubt tho principal one) will be as to selling the present site, getting a grant of land from the Government of a more suit able picce of land, and, thereon erecting a building which- will be a' credit to the town nnd a blessing to the afflicted. There is not tho least doubt that the present hospital is totally urisuited to the; requirements of tho district, and not by any means sufficient to attend proporly ...

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WELLINGTON v. SUNTOP JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

WELLINGTON v. SUNTOP JCJNIORS. Provious to tho above match, a gamo was played kstween Wellington Juniors and Suntop Juniors, the result being a hollow win for Wellington against their very much hcavior oppononts. Tho winners bid the other side penned in all tho time, compel ling them to forco timo aftor timo. Tho enthusiasm of tbe youthful ' barrackers ' was something tremendoua.

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YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

YEOYAL. (From our own correspondent.) Tho most successful hare drive of the year was held At Kelleigh (Mr. J*. Miller's),' on Saturday, July 29th;- Although tbe country was very mountainous and scrubby some effectual work was dono by the ;85 shooters, who killed 427 animals, putting up a record, ob it seemB so manv were never killed at any drive about hero before. Doubt less Mr. Miller will be glad to.be rid of these animals, as they must eat. a great quantity of the grass which is bo bacjly. needed uow. The top score (35). wif gained by Mr. L. HugheB of Two-Milo Creek. Lunch and suppor of a firat-clsBs order ^ere provided, and the day's- sports closed with the usual dance at night. Dancing was kept going in two rooms and good music was supplied in abundance, piano, violin con certino, and mouth organ being, played by Messrs. Hughes,. Miles, and Martin. Re freshments were partaken of about otte o'clock by the 15 ladies and about 30 gentle men who comprised the dancers. Some of the l...

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Football. "OLD BATHURST" v. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Football. « OLD BATHURST ' v. WELLINGTON. I A match that cxcitci a good deal ot interest was played oil Bell Park, on Saturday, between a team composed of ei-reBidonta of Bathurafc and the Well ington Club. Had those originally selected to wpreient the former turned up in force, a pretty ?trosK tide could haye been put into tho field ; but . *» ? _ it ? .. f 4^ J/\wn ftiA anmAwlinf It was lUHlCMDwy JlUVftfliUl VW uuna* lnrtpreientativo team pitted against them. Keane, lobimon, and other*, being old Bathurst players, lent their eerrioea to the now combination, and | Wellington was further weakened by the absence of luch players aa flowio, DempBey, Broderiok, Quirk and McKay. Moreoyer thoy were playing with twelve man aa againat aiztcon during the time all the icoring was done. After this, being reinforced by two or three men, the game vraimuch more eten I ?nd neither aide had much the advantage. Many of the ' Bathurat ' team had not donned guernaiea for aeaiona paat, with the consequ...

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