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Wellington Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Wellington Cricket Club* The cricketers of Wellington made an auspicious startTor the season, on Thursday night. . The meet ing was held at the Boyal Hotol, and was attended by nearly -thirty players and followors of the game. Mr. J . II. Quirk (president) occupied the chair. The yearly report and balanco -sheet weie read and adopted, and tho secretary and treasurer were complimented on same. Mr. Kclk proposed that a deputation consisting of Messrs. Quirk, Connolly, and -Simms, wait on 'tho trustees of, the cricket ground, to arrange torms, etc. .Seconded by Mr. Barnott, and carried; The trophies for last season were then awardod, Mr. H. Ziehlke carrying off both those' for batting, bowinp, and bost all-round play. Mr, Quirk gavo a ' bat for the. batting, average; Mr. Marshall, a gold' medal for bowling (a beautiful', work of art) ? and th.o' prize for all* round play was a pair of gold links. ' ' -Tho following oillco-bearers wore elected foi tho ensuing seaaSh s— Patron, Mr. W. C....

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Hospital Sunday Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Hospital Suuday Committee. Tho interestrin tlio Hospital -Sunday is- growing groater as 'enoii 'day' passes. This' was ovidoncod by' the largo attendance at the committoo mooting on Thursday night, whon twonty-fivo gontlomon put in att~&ppoaranc9, ampng-tliom being a strong delega tion from tho -Protestant Allidnco. ; Mr. WilkinB oooupied tlio chair, and tho minutes wero confirmed. Correspondence was road from Mr. Haynos, M.P., promising. to como hero on tho 19th and bring threp or four mombors of Parliament with him. ' Tho Chairman montioncd tho successful mooting of ladies hold the provious aftornoon, and the great ' onthuainflin displayod. Ho also Baid tho :Stuart Town band would not bo ablo to como hero to play on Saturday tho 19th, but would arrive by tho Limorick thatnighcto tako part in tho proces sion, on- Sunday. .! - Collection boxoB havo beon sent to Mrs. Everett, Maryval.o ; Mr. J. Blackball, Spicer's Crook ; Miss Harris, . Wellington Flat ; Mrs. Barlow, Stuart T...

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

Progress Committee. A meeting callod for the purpoBo of sotting on foot a progress committoo in Wollington, was held in tho Council Chambers on Thursday night, and was attonded by a vory largo and roproaontativo gathering of townsmon, . Tho prococdings through out woro marked with enthusiasm and unanimity and tho gonoral opinion oxprossed on all hands -?as ono of concurrence in tho object of tho mooting, and satisfaction at tho roaults achieved. The mooting was delayed for somo timo owing to tho hospital demonstration committoo having a meeting at tho samo timo, but with tho cessation of tho latter camo on a largo influx of tho publio to. tho formor, whioh almost .crowded all tho available room. Mr. J. P. Clifford, Mayor of Wellington, occupied tho ohuir, and thero wero other aldorraen present. Alderman F. H. Kennard sent an apology for his non-attendance through ill health. The Mayor, in his opening speech, commenced by roading tho requisition which had rcsultod in tho meeting now ...

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Suntop and Ponto Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Suntop aud Ponto Farmers' Dnion. '.Tlio usual monthly meeting was hold at -Mr. S. Jackson's, Ponto, on 29'th July, 1899'. Tho meeting was largely attended', and the' minutes ' of tlio' pro vious meeting wero adopted. Proposed by Mr. J. T. Brian, and seconded by Mr' W. Warning, that the secretary write to tlio socrot' aij yi. 1,11V TTPinugiuu lauojJ nui.ouiiuuy .VOiUBilCCOO - informiug bim that the members of this Union will do all they can to holp tliq cause. Carried.' Proposed by Mir. E. W. Payne, and seconded by Mr. W. Bracken, that tho secretary writo to tho Uijider;gecretary for Lsnds, asking for.tho;suryey of ;a now road, Ponto to Wellington, via Bushranger's Creek, according to tho skotch of the '-map accom panying. Carried. . Proposed by Mr. H. Porton, and seconded -by Mr.-' P. Madden, that a letter be written to tho Inspector for Boads, Dubbo, catling his attention to tho dis graceful state of tho road Wellington to Dubbo, at a place about a quarter of a .milo oust from tlie...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

Open Column. [AVhilsfc allowing n ren3onablo amount of space for. tlio , expreusion of tli6 various vio'ws of our. correspondents, and being at ail times willing to -insert the same we do ;? not necossarily.endors.o . thorn.) , ?? ? . , . ;i-- '? ? . 'COMMITTEE^ To the Editor. - ,§ir, — In your la6t issue there appeared a letter tinder tlio nom de plume of ' Old Fogy,' comment ing very strongly upon my advocacy ,of ; a Prbgress Committee for Wellington. The writer, in the course of a' bittor . attack on . me, appears to , have, misundefatood the object of : my letter.. In reply to ' Old Fogy ' I must say (that he eorreotly des jpribod^imSelf.^when-He f sjgns ''j Old. Fogy.' Any, toersdntreading'hls le'tter can- see. that the writer TiaV nor knowledge.,of the propor function* of a Progress, Committee, and for his information I may tell him that the contemplated Progress. Com piitteo isto bo formed for tlio p'urposo of ' working dmicably 'with the Municipal Council. Very few porsons w...

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CURRA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

: CURRA OREEK. (From. our ^own correspondent.) The weather is all that .'.can bo desired, for this sSason of tho year. Tho recent rain has done- a Jeal of good and there is a nice shoot in tho grass, with every appearance of an early spring. The late.BOwn crops aro well above- ground, and the early crops look splendid. . -Many of the farmers are pngagea in oxcensiye clearing operations on th'eir farms with a viow of sowing largo areas of 'maize this -eason. . .Tlio rond from here to Wellington is in a very' bad . state. If wo: have mucl) more rain it will be almoBtj if not altogether, impassable for teams 'and other vehioles, especially through tho. new farms' on Mr. Gaden's estate. The road ' haB been -riowly fenced, and the. timber felled and left on tho .road, in a disgraceful manner, making it very difficult for teamsters-to stcer their teams through. ?It is timo the'jpefople'p'etitidnedithe government' to clear and repair the road between here and Well : ' Mr. lames Munro, the ...

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

of the SAS® An Opportunity to be Seized. A Week woii:^ Waiting for. REDUCTIONS UPON REDUCTIONS. 1 This particular week will be especially devoted to the -CLEARANCE of MILLINERY, UNDERCLOTHINS and MANTLES. Everything in these Departments will be ^ v still further, rsduiif^i r. Capes, Jackets, Ulsters; Corsets, Clouds and Shawls, Flannelette Underclothing1, Woolien Underclothing, GWldren-s Cloaks, Hats, Bonnets, Underskirts ^ndf . Dress Skirts, Blouses, Ribbons, Stay Busks, Bootees and Gaiters, Berlin and Fingering Wools, Will ail be Soldi BELOW SALE PRICES. Also, MEN'S and BOTS' CLOTHING. Extra special Bargains in Overcoats, Macintoshes, Oilskins, Hats, Shirts, &c. Puring the first two weeks of the Sale customers have poured in, and goods have flowed out in one continuous stream. Many lines hfW0 been sold out, but we still have plenty of goods to offer. 0. E. WISE & CO., LTD., FEDERAL STORES, WELLINGTON.

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

The roliablo Family Remody, Woods' Great Poppormint Ouro for Coughs and Colds, -1/6 and 2/0.* Both deaf and dumb they said he was, BeoauBO he' could not hear or speak, . He'd Bimply lost his voice, that's all, . . His hoad bunged up for just a week ; But now he hears tlio least thing drop, He speaks in aooents strong and pure, To say that lio'd beon dead oro this, Excopt for Woods' Groat Poppormint Cure.

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

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Pepper I mint Cure, 1/6 and[2/0. | -s Money to Lend. From £100 to £10,000 to lend on Approved Security at from four per cent. Mitchell and Company, WELLINGTON. Important Auction Sale MITCHELL & CO. Will sell by Public Auction on Saturday Nest, 12th Inst., at 2 o'clock sharp on promises NEXT ROYAL HOTEL, Soveral Head of HEAVY. DRAUGHT HORSES, ? broken, ''sound 'and staunch. 25 FAT WETHERS, should they arrive iu tiuie. . 1 SPLENDID SINGLE-SEATED BUGGY- nearly new 26 PAIRS FOWLS, also FARMERS' PRODUCE And a largo quantity of SPLENDID SECOND HAND FURNITURE in really first-cluss order. -—a good lot. . .ii ? The Auctioneers desirq.to draw SPECIAL ATTENr: TION to this Importunt Sale — the first on the abovenumed premises.: , . ? ; . . Wanted. WANTED, 'A HOUSEMAID. Apply at once. MRS. T. CASHJIAN, '. Court House, llotel. ; Government Advertisements. Department of Public Works, N.S.W., Roads Office, Orange, 3rd August, 1899. TTIENDERS addrossed ...

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

Markets. : , ..'-iPrices suppliod by A.. ;B. Gago, Wellington . Sii'oepskins, Cid 'per lb j liidos' :.2id toi.'3d per lb ; ()p'pps3um,8kihs, 5s 3d to Gs ,po'r do^en-j.Jjkngavoo, ,.#kiuS|- 1« to Is 3d per lb j wallaby skin's, ' 9d per. ib:j hbiaohaii-, Is to Is 3d,por'-lb ; do'ud wool,. 2d to.Sid I per lb;- beeswax, Oil to lOd .per lbj tallow,, from fsJB'12.to.'£14 por ton. Pricos supplied by l. Burgman & Co., Wellington [ — Sheepskins Oid. per lb.'; hides 2d. to 3d. por lb. ; opossum skins Gs. por dozen; horsehair Is. to 1/3 por | lb.; becsvrux^Od to lOd per lb. Tho following were the prices for New South I Wales, produco in SuB6ox-stroet, Sydney, on Sat urday : — ' Wheat. — N. 8, W., milling, 2s 9d to 2s lldj second ! quality, 2s 8d. Flour.— N.S.W., £6 12s 6d to £7 2s Gd; Vio., £6 IBs to £7 10s; S-A., £7 to £7 7s fid; Manitoba, £9 15s to £10 2s Gd ; N.Z. £0 5s to £G 10s. ''

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

For quality, out, fashion und iiinish tho suitings', supplied by Price und Co., 114 King St., Syduoy, are. unexcelled. This firm onjoys u high roputaticin throughout city aud country for tho perfection of. its goods und that roputution it is determined to' maintain. Visitors to Sydnoy would do wollto call promptly at the establishment and boo for thom-. selves. Those uuablo to do bo should send for sampleB and self measurement forms and state about tho price desired. Suits from £3 3s ; Trousors from 16/6. A muguillcont assortment of wintor suitings just oponed.* COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. Tho purest Eucalypte on earth. Lord Carrington's friond in Ini'IiUenza. Tho world's remody for ohoBt complaints. Tho ' cold' cure of Earl Joraey's. . But noto woll Eucalypte, not Eucalypti.

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

To Farmers and Producers. WT-* 'M' TTT* FT TiTF ,T , wl,° ,mB cari,-cd on i»8 general commission * 7 *,r m B08INH83 next Mr. Clifford^ begs to announce to ' W1.e .?.tVorul.^ni V1 0,1 roqutwlcd by inuny of I113 old patrons, us wo! I aa now . once, to ?stnblishji-WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto tlio request was inude, but tlio want of proper accommodation prevented Ins cniryiug out this object. Ho now begs to ptate that ho is shortly rctroviuc to now and commodious premises next tho ROYAL HOTEL, and will thoro Sell Weokly tlio Produco that his patrons ofTor, which will include FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE POULTRY EGGS, Ac., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &o., &o. iuiuivl, lutuKi, W. P. M. desires to notify that ho is tukiug in a Partnor who is in every way capable to conduct a bueiueop, mid tho firm will iicncofortb bo known us * MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agonts for tho following: — - MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGERY. Sydney. MESSRS. ...

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

District News, OBLEY. (From our own correspondent.) Our little village presented a very lively scene at about 10 o'clock on Friday morning as the rendezvous of the people participat ing in the day's amusement— a hare drive. The paddocks of Messrs. H. Strahorn, 11. Hunt and W. Cavanagh were driven for 174 animals, ine shooters (lo in number) and the 20 drivers had efficient captains in . Mr. G Cooper junr. and Mr RHunt, respectively. The highest number (27) was ahot by Mr.' Elliott (Obley), closely followed ,by Mr. A. Spence (Yoeval) with 25. The lunch - was provided at Mr. H. Strahorn 's expense and was greatly enjoyed by the ' hungry hunters.' Tbe day 'a amusement waa ended with a dance in the hall, to which 8 couples gathered. Sandwiches and a cup of tea was partaken of at one o'clock, and the dance, though very enjoyable, broke up early.

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. — : ? ♦ ? CHAPTER VII. Her impulse to fly was succeeded by an other stronger still. Impelled by wonder and curiosity, she went softly and cautiously ' on, until she stood upon tho rup within a pace of the eary-chair, and looked ' down at the placid Bleeping face. Without a warning sound or movement, 'Jl... a1 J mnvi n mrtlrn ? «a an/1/1 nn 1 Itia LllU UAU *XIUU nwunc ? ou duuuouijt luav x**o eyes — large dark eyeB, and fiery bright — ? were fixed full upon the girl's face before ehe could attempt to withdraw. He start ed forward in his chair, his lean long hands gripping its arms, as he shrinkingly yet steadfastly stared at the girl, then rose slow ly, his head towering high above her. * 'Una,' he said, in an awed whisper— one to low that it barely reached Norah's earB— ?Una! You!' Clutching the table with one band to steady himself ab ho suddenly began to tremble, he bent forward a little towardB her, though still with the same shrinking air, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Both deaf and dumb they said ho was, ? Because ho could nol hear or spoak, , He'd simply lost his voice, that's all, Hi's head bunged up for just a wook ; But now ho hears tbo loast thing drop, Ho spoaka in acconts stroug and pure, To say that ho'd been doad ore this, ' . ? Except for Woods' Great Poppormint Curo. . Hako Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, CURE t'rivato Diseases, Sciatica, Piles, Lost Man hood, all sorts of Eye Disca60, Toothaohe, Neuralgia, and Corns. Consulted All Hours. Hako Khan's forofathors woro all Oculists, Uuch ooms, Ir. din, his father, grand-fathor, and great grand-father. ' Hako Khan has boon practis- \ mg his profession for tnany years. Ho will toll hiB patient at first wliotlior he can curo or not. Address— Leo Street, opp. Saw Mills, Wellington TESTIMONIALS Mavyvalo, 17th July, 1899.. (To Doctors Hako Khun and Nah Alluh.) Dear Sirs, — My son, Bernard, having sufforcd for upwards of twelve 'years with granulation of the oyos,...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A 'BITTER PENITENCE. ? « ? ? — CHAPTER VII. - ' It is unnecessary, ' Redmond answered, glancing at her with an expression of doubt and surprise. ' It is Edith and I, I think, Miss Casbel, who should tender an apology to you. I, upon my side, do so unreserved ly, at leaBt. Let me say that, when you' first came here, I wished to tell you part at 1 ? A. .£ ? 4. T — ? i. i-_ll ? ? ? ? n*- . lvutsv ui wuub x iuusv tun y uu cow. my sister over-persuaded me, for she feared that, if you knew our Becret, you would not remain at Castle Kilchenora. But for that ; fear you would have known, at any rate, if nothing more, of the fact of our father's ex istence and his condition. You were not frightened just now ?' ' No — there wbb nothing to frighten me, I was only startled at first to see him there, ATifl fn find nriA ivf tlioMnmn fnTinhitad ' ATni*ati faltered. She was -completely disarmed, and could -have almost bitten her tongue out for her bitter speechofmockapology. Oh, her...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Wednesday, August 9. Mr. Carruthers informed Mr. Hurley that no less than 3000 applications bad been received in response to an advertisement inviting persons to apply for employment oh the trams. Mr. Lee informed Mr. Lyno that the estimated cost of the Bourke weir was £19,500. Mr. Carruthers informed Mr. £dden that, in view of making bis financial statement on Thursday, he nAnlll l» nntlunx nKr.nl-. Il.„ .nnnlnm.l ...U.IJ ' CVMtM WUIWUUI lUUIkUft Mr, Beid informed Mr. F, M. Clark that he had 1 no recollootion of having promised to reserve the Martin Place land as a site for a National Bank. Tho Minister for Lands informed Mr. Waddell that the matter of introducing the Lands for Cloaer Settlement Bill during the present session was under consideration:' The Colonial Treasurer informed Mr. Lyne that any amounts duo to charities from the last half year would be paid during the present half year. Tho debate on the federal' address was resumed. The amendment moved by Mr. John Haynes was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

To Farmers and Producers. Wp X-TTT'X T. w'10 'mM c»r--icd on Ilia GENERAL COMMISSION ? JL ? XtJLJL . L \J .ET.l 111 BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to tho gonoral public that ho lins Wen requtstcd by many of his old patrons, as well no now ones to ?Btublish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Either to tho requoat was made, but tho want of proper accommodation prevented lus carrying out this object. ' Ho now begB to »tnto that ho is shortly removing to now and commodious premises noxt the ROYAL HOTEL, and will thoro Soil Weokly tlio Produce v that bis patrons offer, which will includo FARM PRODUCE, HIDES FURNITURE POULTRY EGGS, &c., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &o., &o. ' W. P. M. desires to notify that ho is taking in a Partner who is in ovory way capable to conduct a business, and tho firm will honcoforth bo known as MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for the following: — MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGERY. Sydney. MESSRS....

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The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. SUMMARY OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

The Last of the Pirates; 03EC, DOOM DRIVEN. ' - A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry.* ? By Col. Prentiss Imoraham, Author of ' Merle the Mutineer ' &c., &c. SUMMARY OF OPENING CHAPTERS. I ? The story opens in a graphically-desoribed pioturesquo scene near Chesapeake Bay.. The bouse is an old one, and is said to have belonged to ' The Last of the Pirates '—a phrase remarkable in modern times. In an oaken chest in this place the author finds MSB. , upon which the romance is founded. The narrative proper begins with a most rmtVintin descrintion of a boat adrift at sea. In this boat are an old negress, a young boy, and the dead mother of the latter— a lady riohly attired. A smartly-fitted and armed sohooner picks the boat up, and the captain recognises the dead lady, gives a silent sea funeral to tbe negress and the latter, and takes the boy, the odly survivor, to his heart. We next find the American war-schooner Nemesis, commanded by Captain Randolph, in pursuit of t...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

NOTES. In the' big match yesterday the play of Dibley and Daley was very fine, and bad they been backed up better they might have altorrd the complexion of the game. Tho following will represent the Welling ton Football Club in their match ngainst Burrell Creok, to bo played on Bell Park ? i ? a-.— . □val outuruajr f Buck : H. Ziehlke; thiee-quArters: Smith, Clayton, Tcece; five eighths: Howio and Robinson ; half : Dempsey ; forwards : Keano, 'Veecli, O'Mura, O'Brien, Clifford, Quirk, Jenniugs, McCorotiek . Emergency : A.Ziehlke. The Englishmen are to plav Combined Queensland and New South Wales on Satur day next, in .Sydney. Thr-e good men from Brisbane will . rrplacel ait tqual number -of those who represented tho combined team last week. Yesterday, at Bathurst, the local Juniors defeated the Lithgon Juniors by 21 points to nil. A cheap excursion train will ran to Syd ney from Bathurst nt 65 a.m. on Saturday morniug, to enable Western people , to see the; teet football match.

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