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Homestead Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Homestead Selection. It is notified that on and after tho 12th of October two blocks of land, in the parish of Mickotymulga, will bo thrown open for homestead solection, on application to the Crown LandB Agent, The land is two and a half miles from Maryvale, and is on tho railwav line. The two blocks (Nob. 73 and 74) comprise 243 acres, and 248 acros 3 roodB respectively, and consist of undulating country of basalt formation, surface in parts stoney ; good light red soil ; moderately timbered with box; about oO acres suitable for agriculture ; good grazing land, suitablo for breeding or fattening. Tho capital value of tho two lots is £40^ and £418 lis 8d ; the annual rent at li per cent for the first five years will be£j 1b 4d and £5 3a 8d ; the Burvey fee is £o 7s Od each. j
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuebbax, Avou»x 8. I In reply to questions, the Premier stated that do details hs[a yet been worked out with regard to the proposed visit of an Australian rifle team to England in 1900. He also informed Mr. Bose that in con sidering the city railway extension scheme the Government was not overlooking the fact federation had been accomplished there might not be any great objection to mating tne site or uovernment iiouse a terminal railway station. Ho further imformed Mr. £. M. Clarke that the Government had decided not to accede to tbe West Australian request for thov services of Mr. Coghlaa in regard to fedoral finance ; and told Mr. Barton that Mr. Parkes's reoent -reference to a dissolution in certain circumstances was not authorised by the Cabinet. . ' In aDSwer to. Mr. Hajrnes, the Minister for Mines said twenty-five'eows were purohased for the use of tho Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and they were proved tree, (rom tuberculosis. The second r...
Parkes Show. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Parkes Show. The Parkes Bhow opened yesterday, tho weather being favourable and the attendanco good. Entries in the Blood Stock sections are small, but extra stock are well represent ed. In the Bheep sections there are fow entries. Following are tho awards so far:— Draught horses, T. M. Dnnn ; draught mare, A. Smith ; draught filly, E. Stock. Bull, E. J. Tolhurst ; cow, E. J. Tol hurst. -* Cow, Jersey or Aldernoy, R. ThomnB, Milch cow, R. Thornbury. Fat cow, R. Thornbury. Pen threo fat. merino owes, C. Jarrett. Ditto, lambs, A. T. Tom. Ditto, crossbred lambs, J. McLean. Pen three fat crossbred wethers, J. Martin. Ditto, ewes, J. McLean. Wheat, J. Martin. Maize, W. Hyland. Potatoes, E. W.' Prior. Pumpkins, Ah Goon. whoaten Jlay, W . li. Packbam. wneaten chaff, A. Smith. Fresh butter, hand-made, J. Job. Freeh fancy butter, J, Job( Fresh butter, machine made, R. Thornbury. Bacon, side or Hitch, A. Tolhurst and MisB Stone. Homo mado bread, S.Hughes. Bakers bread, M. Stevenson. One dozen...
WELLINGTON v. BATHURST "OUR BOYS." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
WELLINGTON v. BATHURST 'OUR BOYS.' This match waB played on the Bathurst Cricket Ground, on Wednesday morning. There waB not' a large attendance of the public, and those who did put in an appear ance were not rewarded with a very good exhibition of football. Wellington was poorly represented, being minus the invalu able services ot Smith and Jleane. The former waB playing in the big match in the afternoon, and the latter could not get away. I Three or four Dubbo men had been included 'in tho team first selected to go, but these were ' c/nspicious by their absence*' They bad tlie assistance of Strickland of' Orange however, and he proved a tower of strength to the side, kicking a goal from a mark, and obt lining a try, which he converted. .The game ended in favor of ' Our Boys,' by 15 points to 9. The Wellington lads made the journrT down the previous night, so as to be able to make an early start in the morninp. They put up in two parties at Reid'a an«' Gleeson's hotels, where they ...
Half-Holiday Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Half-Holiday Cricket Club. A general meeting was held in the Odd fellows' Hall on Tuesday evening, for tho purpose of forming this club and electing .- officers. There was a very good attendance, ' and considerable interest was manifested. The following officers were elected for the ensuiDg twelve months :-r-Patron, Mr. G. E. Wise ; president, Mr. J. P. Clifford ; vico presidents, MeBBrs. Connelly, Reid, PoIsod, Malouf, Scott, and Cameron ; secretary Mr. G. Seymour ; treasurer, Mr. A. J. McLeod ; general committee, Messrs. Jones, Quain, Morton, L. Collins, and McKinnon ; selection committee, Messrs. Madden, Nield, and Connelly. A motion was proposed that they ask permission from the Council to mako a pitch on Rygate Park, but it was decided , that the question of a pitch be left in the hnnds of the committee. It was decided that the club colors be navy blue and white. Arrangements were then decided upon for a social to bo held on the 23rd of this month. Anyone who wishes to join the...
THE WELLINGTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
TIIE WELLINGTON CLUB. A. meeting of the Wellington Football Club was held at the Royal Hotel on Mon day. Mr. J. P*. Clifford occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance. It was decided to hold a grand social in the Pro testant Hall on Wednesday, September 18th, tickets to De os and as. Aownras mo eupprr many generous donations were promised. The large-hearted Mr. Kerr promising to answer forthe pastry, whilst Messrs. Clifford, O'Brien, Bowie, Simms, and Stoddart all agreed to contribute something. A com mittee was appointed to carry out all arrange ments, and as the club has some very ener getic workers, we see no reason why the whole affair should not turn out a_ great success. The meeting decided to stick to the old colors, so our footballers will keep to thcif^attjrmifbou guernsr y » . v
LADIES' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
: . LADIES' COMMITTEE. Yestesday afternoon there was another very good meeting of the ladies who are acting in conjunction with the Hospital Sunday Committee. The usual place of ' meeting is tho Oddfellows -Hall, bat as the key was not forthcoming at once, the nl ? ? iciuico uicb nv jl luuiLuui a oi/uuiu uppUHlvG* The principal busineBB was making arrange ments for the annual hospital ball, which is. to be held on Thursday, September 20th, in tho Band Hall. The following was the committeo selected : — Mesdames Bongh, Poison, Murrell, Read, Connor, Shotliff, laboring ton, Anderson, Wilson, Riddle, Ryu ate, and Missis Shotliff, Rygate and Wilkins. Mrs. Connor and Mrs. Rygato were appointed secretaries, and Mr. J. D. Brown treasurer. Tho tickots for tho ball will be 7/6 double and 5/- single. Tho children's hospitiil ball will bo hold tho following oveuing, September 21st, when the tickets will be adults 2/6, children 1/-, and there will bo no stago tickets. It was decided to call tend...
Hospital Sunday Committee [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Hospital Sunday Committee Tho usual weekly mooting was held in tbe OddfellowB* Hall last nijjht, but thoro was not suoh a large attendance as usual thero being two other moetings, and tho weather being very wot. Tho minutes of the previous meeting wero road and con firmed. Correspondence was read from tho secre tary of tho Bodangora band, offering to come for the Hospital Sunday procession ? also from tho Stuart Town band to tho samo effect ; from Mrs. Jonston, Daviesvillo farm regretting that tho circular did not reach hor earlier ; from the Suntop and Ponto Farmer's Union, promising to do all in their power to assist the movement ; from tho Geurie band, offering to come on Sunday if travelling allowance was guaranteed ; from Mrs. McKay, Mumbil, acknowledging re ceipt of collection box and promising to do all in her power; from the Dubbo Hospital Sunday Committeo asking for information. ; The route of tho ptocession for Sunday was decided on as follows : — From Odd fellowB* Hall to...
The Orange Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
| The Orange Conference. I | The foliowingresolutionshavobeenframed and submitted by tho Hay Landholdeis* Association for discussion at tho annual con forenceof thoFarmciB' and Settlers' Associa tion of New South Wales, to bo held at Orange on tho 15th instant: — ' That all holders of conditional purchases aud condi tional leases' bo giantpd re-appraisemont on Application.' ' That Uie interest on condi tional purchasers' lands charged by the Crown bo reduced to one-quarter por cont. per annum.' ' That iu drought-slricken districts, where during tho past few years heavy losses in stock and failures of crops 'iavo occurred, a remission of o'no year's in stalments on c.ps. and rents of Crown lands bograntod.' 'That, holders of c.ps. nad e.ls., bp allowed to co'nver1; same up to an area of 10,240 acres into settlement leases, tho land to be re-appraised, and tho amount paid off tho purchase money of o.ps. to be (jiueuu iu i liu uiuuib ui uuo rono ucoounc. 'That tho land Act be so admini...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
THE WELLINGTON TIMES. ? SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quarter in advance .Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS i 3/- for first inch of spaco, and 1/0 for each succeeding inoh por insertion up to a column of spaco and to ten insertions. Liberal disoount for. standing odvertisements. No advertise ? ment, however small, less than 2/6 caBb, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or papor to be in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions exocutod on tho sbortost notice at lowosfc pricos.
Dairies Supervision. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Dairies Supervision. Tho Dairies Supervision Act SO Vic, No. 17, has beon extonded to- the whole of tho police district of Wellington, to commence on the 1st July, 1899. By the 5th soction of the Act, every dairyman and milk vendor engaged in tho supply or salo of milk in any district at the timo of this act coming into forco therein shall within three months of Buch time apply frn Ha vncriatflrnri- WhArnforn nil nram^na nuitf. Ka registered bofore the end of Soptember proximo. A dairyman is, ' any porson engaged in the pro duction of milk for salo or supply for-profit to othor porsons.' A milkvendor is, 'any person engaged in the storage or distributon of milk for salo or supply to other persons.' By tho Public Health Act, 1896. part 9, section' 17, thp provisions of the Dairies Supervision Act were oxtcnted so as to npply to cream, butter, and cheese ; thoroforo overyono who sells Qr supplies cream , and evoryone who manufactures and soils or supplies butter or checso, is a dairym...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
Obituary. . By the death of Mrs. Hill, wife of Mr, James Hill, of Finch's Flat^ Wellington district loses anather old resident. The demise occurred on the 2nd of August, when tho sufferer, after many months paiuful ill noss, passed peacefully away. Mrs. Hill, who was 67 years of age, had lived at Finch's Flat for tho last 22 years, and was' highly respected by all with whom Bhe came in contact. She had lately been under treat ment in Sydney, and was attended by three doctors there ; bnt her caso was recognized as hopeless, and she returned to her home, where shortly tho end camo. Sho had the pleasure of having friondly faces around her in her last hours, and thns the parting was made easier. Mrs. Hill was a native of Armagh, in Ireland, aud came first to the colonies 44 years ago. Out of this time she lived the first half in Bathnrst, and the re mainder at Finch's Flat. She is survived by her husband, five daughters and three sous. ' Sincerely regretted by all who knew her,' is her ...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. B. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
CHURCH SERVICES.—- '' ' Church of England. (Ray. R. Babey Bbown, R.D. ; aud Joun C. - MArmoTTOAT.T.V August 13tb. — Wellington; 8.80 a.m. (H.C.j,ll am. and 7.30 p.m. ; Ponto, 3 p.m. j Gourio (Railway Station), 11 a.m. ; Comobella, 3 p.m. ; Bodan gora, 7 p.m. August 20th. — Wellington, 11 a.m. (II.C.) ', and 7.30 p.m.; Bodangora, 3 p.m.; Goolma, 11 a.m.; I Spicer's Croek, 3 p.m. ; Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m. August 27th. — Wellington, 8.30a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m.' and 7.30 p.m.; Suntop, 3 p.m. j Ncuroa, 3 p.m. Weok Doys. Augu«t 24th. — Wellington, 8.30 a.m. (H.C.) August 16tb. — Muryvalo, 7.30 p.m. August 17th.— Dripstono, 7.30 p.m. August 22nd. — Mumbil, 11 a.m. (H.C.) August 29th. — Ponto, 9 a.m. (H.C.) .
Wellington Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
IVeiliuetoii Hospital. I A general meeting of tho Hospital Com mittee was held on Tuesday night in -thp Council Chambers. Thero wero present| Measrs. T. H. York (in tlio cbair), Connor, Road, Haynes, J. D. Brown, Archdeacon D Aroy, and the Eev. R. B»rry Brown. ? mi ? ? _i ? ? c ? i ? ? ? . j.uu xjiiuuift'o ui mu previous muuuug r*uio read and confirmed. v Tho following accounts were passed for payment: — R. Frazer, 13s 3d ; G. E. Wiso and Co , £3 2s 7d ; R. Tait, 19s 2d ; Sherriff and McCormick, £2 5s 3d ; Dr. Rygate, £5 16s 8d ; Seo Lee, £1 6d 8d ; H. A. Pyne, £6 108 6d ; sundries, 5s 6d. The ropoit stated that there was only one patient remaining ; seven having boon dis charged and eight received during Juno and July. Tho average number of patients was lj. A geheral discussion ensued on various matters concerning tho Hospital. It was ntated that tho bank balance was about £15, and that this would be sufficient to meet outstanding accounts ; there was, however, a Government subsidy...
A Ducal Receipt for Long Life. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
A Ducal Receipt for Loner ° Life. Here is the daily regime of a nobleman who lived in 1804'. It is extracted from a magazine of that date. ' At 7 in the morn ing he regales in a warm milk bath, per fumed with almond powder, where he takes his coffee, and a buttered muffin, and after wards retires to bed— he rises about 9, and breakfasts on cafe au lait,. with new-laid eggs, just parboiled-r-at 11 he is presented with two warm jellies and rusques ; at 1 he takes a veal cutlet a la Maintenon ; at 3 jel lies and eggs repeated ; at 5, a cup of choco late and rusques ; at half-past 7 he takes a hearty dinner from high seasoned dishes, and makes suitable libations of claret and Madeira ; at 10, tea, coffee, and muffins; at 12 sups oft a roast poulet, with a plentiful solution of lime punch ; at 1 in the morning ho retires to bed in high spirits; and sleeps till 3, whon his man cook, to the moment, waits upon him in person with a hot and savoury veal cutlet, which, with a potation of wine ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
~ 'WILD 'CHERRY ' . BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of the chest, throat,. & lungs. This preparation, made from tho expressed juioo of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ' ingredionts, will bo found tho most usoful medicine for cbcst affections, . Proparod and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, V:1 T M.P.S. ..(BY EXAM.) 'Dispensing^ FamilyChemist- MED1CAL, HALL, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr.E.P. SOLOMON DENTIST, Hai dccidcd to remain permanently in WELLING ? ? TON, and for the present may be consulted at the CLUB HOTEL. PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with or without plates. GOLD FILLINGS a speciality. GOLD CROWNS. PIVOT TEETH. . TEETH EXTRACTED, 2/6. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 5/. NO CHARGE FOR EXTRACTIONS when artificial teeth are to be made. BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED. E. P. SOLOMON, (Slomber of tho Dental Association). DENTIST, CLUB HOTEL, WELLINGTON a. L. GRANT, Architect and Quantity Surveyor. (LATE OF ABERDEE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899
's7h. DAWSON, c: Licensed Surveyor, (Specially ^ Rral ''''I 1 TR oreparea to nndertake Sub-division T ISveys of all kinds; taking of levelB, H jjj. Address, Wellington. ? ? 1 taken WELLINGTON BUTCHERY L- Shcvriff & McCormick, J bbs WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY 1 BUTCHERS. IThoO t^b Street, Wellington. | Beale and Go's -? ? F1- ' ™a TB»EE riB9T PRIZES .t Ik. Pri,„t exhibited aod putin tbeBhaae^ CQ ^ | At th® Sffi0?ai Gold^al for HAPSBURG WANOS whioh are speoially constructed for the g^jQ S and which onl/rcquirc tuning about once U five years. _n invented a Machine J whKnbf altered 'from look to chain by .imply A Boc pressing a button. 1 ? ? Co., Dubbo. ? ? ? J Ladies' general Nurse. MBS. F. COLREAVV, tariuB leiured oddillon- g- ? nam deaiwu. of ataj.cg in Wellington I mBDt. 'S®' ?SS(.rth«, AOOOTOHBlMraT, J* M waited on at their own Residenco. in bei ' 1 Vam Kote the Address— MRS. F. COLRKAW, I and t] KENNARD STREET, WELLINGTON. (Opposite Gooda-Shed.) ? ? I Ev Tattersall's Hote...