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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Coming Events. r shows. August 9 and 10: Parkes P A and H Association September 20 and 21 : Cow fa P. and A. Society, v. -. ~ August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and H. Associa ' . lion. ? ?

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. -Mails closo at tho Wellington. Post Office, and - arrive there as follows : — For Sydney, Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. . - . - For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Maryvale, daily, 7 a.m.; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, Cullenbone, Mudgoe, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. - ? ? For Comobolla, Gollan, Mtirrungundy, Wednesday ?and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrivo, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, 4pm.Sunday. 'For Ponto, Tembella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; . . arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. ,: \v For Yeoval, Mt. Aubery, Walma, Parkos, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday ? 4.30 p.m. For Curra Creek, Bournowood, Wednesday and ? Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4.30 p.m. For Montefiorcs, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 p.m. For Wuuluman, Tuosday and Friday, 9 a.m.''} arrive Tuesday and Friday, 5 p.m. For Suntop, Artbur...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. WARWICKSHIRE. WARWICKSHIRE.—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

? '-Ci'lcket. AUSTRALIA v. WARWICKSHIRE. WARWICKSHIRE. — First innings. Lilloy, c Howell, b Trumble ... 28 Diver, b Howell ... ... .... 0 Devey, c and b Trumble ... ... ... 10 W.G. Quaife, lbw. b Howell ... ... 3 Walter Quaife, bTrumblo ... ..i ... 27 Fishwick, c and b Trumblo... , .i. -8 Baiubridgo, c Trumble, b Howell ... 4 Glover, o M'Leod, b Howell ... . -... 8 Hargreaves, o M'Leod, b Trumble ... ... 1 Fi)ld, c Kelly, b Howell ... ... .7, 32 Santall.not out ... ... ... ... 9 Sundries ? ... ... - ... i.- 5 Total ' i ... ... . : ... 135 -fowling : -Trumble, 5 for 62 ; :Howell 5 for 67; M'tifloH O for 1. AUSTRALIANS. — First innings. Worrall, d W G. Quaife, b Field ... ... 1 M'Leod, bSantall... ... , ... ... 6 Trumper, b Field... ... . ... ... ? 0 Gregory, b W. G. Quaife ... ... ... 23 Dai ling, c Bainbridge, b Hargreaves ... ... 18 Trumble, If Hargreaves ... ... ... 13 Iredale, lb w, b Field. ... ... ... 46 Kelly, c Lilley, b Field ... ; .. ... 103 r ? ? i. tr ? - ? ? r-;------ ? ...

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Latest Cricket. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Latest Cricket. London, Wednesday. Warwickshire, second inniDga, 226. Australians, second innings, one for 50. The Australians thua won the match by nine wickets. The Transvaal. .rrtJfliuuuK jxrugcr uns ueen empowered to proclaim martial law in the event of war with England or rebellion . in the Republic, the effect of which will be that every inhabitant must assist in the defence of the State. ' The Times ' says that the Transvaal will decline the joint franchise inquiry, G-loomy views prevail at Pretoria, where the forts are being strengthened and railway i wagons are being prepared to carry wounded. Chinese Pillaging. Chinaes miners have pillaged the ? French consular office at Mongtse, and destroyed the French flag. French Massacre. Two thousand French troops have been maBBacred at Laokai. The French intend occupying Mongtse. .

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District News. SPICER'S CREEK. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

DlBtrlct News. ] , SPICER'S CREEK. (From our own correspondent.) , We hare had a nice fall of rain, enough to fill all present requirements, but much more will be nrcenvary to give enough water j before the hot weather sets in. A rifle shooting sweep was shot off on Saturday last at Spicer's Creek ; the winner and runner-up boing respectively James Horwood, junr., and H. Hughes. The fol- 1 lowing are the scores,:— IOOviIi. QOlWllfl' Tntftl . John Horwood ... 13 ... 9 ... 22 James Horwood... 17 ... 14 ... 81 E. Deihm ... ... 'J ??? — ... 9 H. J. Eracs ... 1G ... 9 ... 25 F. Horwood ... 1L ... 5 ... 16 H. Hughes... ... 18 ... 11 ... 22 W. Mostyn ... 15 ... 11 ... 26 R. Doherty... ... 8 ... — ... 8 R. Shearman ... 10 ... 8 ... 18 J. McDonald, sen. 2 ... 12 ... 14 J. Morrison ... 15 ... 5 ... 20 J.Moseley ? 11 ... 6 .„ 17 it. oLomson ... 4 ... 17 ... 21 W.Blackhall ... 0 ... 14 .i. 28 The Wellington Hospital box was kept very prominent during tne match. From what I can hear Balara Coppe...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. The Budget. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Telegraphic News ' , ? 7 ? ? ? (From ouk own Correspondent ) Sydnby, Thursday, 3 p.m. . . The Budget. Tho Budget Bpeech will be delivered in the Assembly on Wednesday next. Train Wrecking. The case of supposed train wrecking at Aehfield has been cleared up by the confes sion- of a signalman named Myles, who ex plained he placed the obstruction on the line „;n, „ „-? ? ? i.*__ _ ? uiuiooii m»u a .ion vi wottwug B BGUSnHOn and securing kudos for his discovery. A criminal charge will be preferred againBt him. Bailway Revenue. . For the quarter ending June 30th, the rail way revenue Bhows a decrease of £24,753 compared with the corresponding quarter of last year. Interesting Developments. Some interesting developments are antici pated at the Opposition meeting' this after noon. Parliament. In tho Assembly tho debate on the federal address to tho Queen was concluded last night. Mr. naynos' amondment was de feated by 75 to 22, and the address was adopted on the voices, amidst cheers for m...

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

Markets. Prices supplied by A. B. Gage, Wellington Sheopskins, 6{d per lb; hides 2|d to 3d per lb; opossum skins, 5s 8d to 6s per doien ; kangaroo skins, Is to Is 3d per lb ; wallaby skins, Bd per lb ; horsehair, Is to Is 3d per lb ; dead wool, 2d to 3£d per lb; beeswax, 9d to lOd per lb: tallow, from t\2 to £14 per ton. Prices supplied by I. Bergman & Co., Wellington —Sheepskins 6|d. per lb. ; hides 2d. to 8d. per lb. ; opossum skins 6s. per dozen; horsehair la. to 1/8 per lb.; beeswax 9d to lOd per lb. ? The following were the prices for New South Wales produce in Sussex- street, Sydney, on Wednes day: — Wheat.— N. S. W., milling, 2s 9d to2s lid; soooad quality, 2s 8d. Flour.— K.S.W., 26 12s 6d to £7; Vie., £6 16s to £7 ; 8 A., £7 to £7 7s 6d; Manitoba, ~£9 15s to £10 , N.Z. £6 5s to £6 10s. .-.Oats. — Seed, Is lid; prime feed, Is 8|d, medium Is 7d | Tasmanian, prime Is 8d, medium It 0d to is 7d per bushel. Maiso.— Market firm. Prime, 2s 9d per bushel. Peas.— Blue, to 3s 7...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Open Column. 7whH«r»nowlug^^^ amount of spneo for the. exorousiou of tho variouB viowa of our corroapondoutB, SnS boin? nt nil tlmoB williuff to inaort tho snmo wo do not noooasnrily ondorao thom. ]

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Colour Healing. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Colour Healing. ' Colour healing has. a great vogue in India.' It consists in administering water in glaBBes of different colours, from which colour the draught obtains. its propertie which are magical in their effect — provided the patient is endowed with sufficient faith. Water in. a red glass. will cure epilepsy, in somnia, nervouB diseases, the plague, remedy for the palsy, for falling sickness, for typhoid, while in a green glass it is a specific for other complaints, and in yellow for yot another batch. India is a wonderful country!

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Sensational Death. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Sensational Deatli. During the course of the football match in Bathurst yesterday, an event of a sad and startling nature occurred. Mr. Robert Pratley, of George's Plains, whilst sitting in his buggy smoking and chatting was observed to fall forward in the front of the vehicle. Upnn lifjM-g. Mr. Pratley up it waB ascertained tnac lire was extinct. Tbe awful, suddenness of the occurence gave a great shock to the by-standers, and cast a gloom, for the rest of tho match, over eye witnesses of the sad event. The death was due to heart disease, but it was not known, previously that he was bo. affected. Deceased was widely known and very popular man. being recognised for his straightforwardness and generosity. He was living on his pro perty, known as Milton Estate near George's Plains, for about 35 yearB, and being pro minently identified with farming, graziog, and produce buying during that time. He leaves a widow and family of eight grown up children.

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

What Wellington People Say About Doans' Backache Kidney PillB, is good proof for Wellington people. When wo see it ourselves,— Wheii Our own ears heai^'it, — ; ? When pur neighbours tell it,—' When our friends eridorao it,— JNo better evidence can be bad,— 1 It's not what people say in Hobart,'^ ?' Or distant mutterings from Perth.' But it's Wellington talk by Wellingloti v people. '? ; ? ' : Can you believe your neighbours. - Read this statement made by a citizen. Hear what Mrs. Annie Robo, residing iu Percy-street, thiB town says, in referenco to her cure. My-'kidne yn must have been disordered for a' very I* J {time, as formally years I have suffered iioin an aching- back. The pain used to catch me in what ib Known as the small oh the lower part of that organ. I obtained on one occasion some of Doan s Backache Kidney PiIIb at HinveBt's Phar macy and used them. The reBult was great relief, and I can assert indeed that my back has not ached since taking the pills. Doan's Backache K...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

. Local Jottings. Teeth extracted free when artificial teeth are to be made. E. P. Solomon, Dentist, .Club Hotel, Wellington.* Tho Mutual Improvement Society wiljl (weather permitting) meet in the public library on Friday night at 7.45. There is _ ? 1 ? 1 ? I ? ? ? -C 1._i. a. uouod as lu wnewiur 1110 uuaiuoaa 01 luai meeting (a mock municipal election) will be proceeded with, or whether the regular business of the evening (manuscript journal) will be gone on with. In any caso wo hope to seo a good attendance, as a very interest ing (evening, can be spent at these meetings. New jewellery every week — in pretty and serviceable designs at lowest possible prices — gold brooches from six shillings at J W. .Marshall's in Percy-street.* '' Mr. and Mrs. J. Connor celebrated tho anniversary of their wedding on August tftfi. Long life to them. Mr. J, Kerr, baker, has a fine new cart uow running about the Btreets, which has been made and painted at Roes' factory. It is a beauty. For Bronchial...

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

OOLEMANB'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. l»o purest ICuoalypto on earth, Juord Curritigton's friond in Influunza. ri 10 .wor'^'0 remedy for cliOBt compluints. Alio 1 cold' curo of Euvl Jersey's. ThTV?0'0 W0^ not Eucalypti, ino ltnilwtiy Commissioners announce a obeap. excursion to Melbourne, Adelaide and p on on August 17th, f- ?vdney. *aws to Melbourne, £3 10a. l,.^ uluw, £2 ?Wb. second class *

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Progress Committee. Tho interest being taken in the election on August 19th, is growing very keen. Al ready there ar? nineteen gontlomen nomin ated, and town talk ib that t.he nomination list will close with about thirty-six. And yet some people Bneer and say t here is no need for a progress committee in Wellington and that it is useless to try and start one. The following aio the nominations so far received : — -John Collins, W. P. Pridham, O. Fjnuer, C. Rogers, W. J. Gallaway, U. Pratten, J. Thorncraft, A. Wilkins, A. Rose, R. Tait, W. P. Mitchell, H. Rushby, Jno. Irving, J. H. Lynch, J. F. Walker, J. Poolo, J. D. Brownhill, P. O'Shea, A. J. McLeod.

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

Apology. . - I BEG- to apologise to MADAM .HARDY for scaudsl I told about her wbick is mot true. ? (8igned) MRS. KING. £ Farmers' Market, Every Saturday Afternoon at 2, All kinds of FARM and DAIRY PBODUCE, , including | FOWLS, TUBKEYS, POTATOES, PUMPKINS. PIGS, Ac., &c„ &c. Produce, &o., may be brought to the Markets any time up to time of Sale. Account Sales immediately after Sale. Thomas & Rotton, AUCTIONEERS. Immense Auction Sale on S&tnrday Afternoon at 2 of A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS AND SUNDRIES, comprising ... . 1 Splendid Waggon in good order 1 Large 2i Ton Dray 1 Hooded D.S. Abbott Buggy 1 Abbott S.8. Buggy 1 Farmers D.8. Waggonette . 1 Winchester Repeating Ride 2 D.F. Ploughs 1 Mowing Machine in good order 1 Set New Buggy Harness 1 Quilted Side Saddle nearly now 1 12 x 10 Tent in good order ? 2 Horse Bugs, &c., also C SPLENDID HORSES, thoroughly quiot and brok en to Saddle and HarnesB QUANTITY of CHOICE BACON, prizo winner 4...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting will be held to-night in the Council Chambers. The following . is the business-paper : — minutes, accounts, correspondence, reports, general ; notices of motion, by Aldermau Kerr, call of the council, and re-cutting-un of Bell Park, South, into allotments for building lease; notice of motion, by the Mayor, re extending pow.ers of the Building Act to country municipalities.

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor Isaac Bugo) August 13th — Spicer s Crook, 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 — Maryvalo, 3 p.m. ; Geurie, 7.15. p.m

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Wesleyan- Church. y (Rev. G. W. Fdknbb.) I August 13th — Wellington, 11 a.m. and 7.ji0 p.m.; Bodangora, 3 p.m. — Rev. G. W. FurnjDr.

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Mr. G. H. Reid, Financier. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Mr. G. XX. Held, Financier. In the Assembly, a short time ago, Mr. Barton, said that as soon as the Federal question was out of tho road, the two great parties in the House would return to the old system of Opposition and Government, and further that the Opposition would! challenge the Government on a vote of want of confidence. The Federal question is now practically settled, as the address, to the Queen was agreed to yesterday night. Now Mr. Barton must redeem his promise, or give place to a leader who will do bo. But from indications the Govern ment is not going to allow the opposition to ' tree ' it like a possum, but iB itself going to challenge a vote. Such being the case, let,UB see why »hould bo nut out of office at once. jiRRnm- ed office five years ago, and immediately tackled the finances, declaring that the Dibbs Government had left a deficit of about a million pounds, which we believe was quite true. To start even, and give his cssh balance financing a fair show, he obt...

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A New Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

A Mew Hospital. The question of a new hospital for Well ington should be taken up at once as a matter affecting the welfare of tho district. In a matter of this kind there is no question of persons or feelings, nor any intention of lujuriiig vi rouBOtiiJg upuii . uu». . iu« late secretary of the hospital, Mr. Forward, occupied that position for thirty-eight years — that is to say, from the very establish ment of the institution.. J He served tho hospital well, and was always very careful of the funds of the institution ; but the times advanced and conditions changed, natur&lly he could not be expected to think in the same way as the advanced, and pro gressive thinkers of the present day. Now Mr. Forward considered that tho site of the hospital was a perfect one, and said, in proof of his contention, that it had been selected by the Government Inspector of Hospitals. Further, the building was considered by Mr. Forward as a perfect hospital, and the same authority was quoted t...

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