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Wonderful Old Women. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Wonderful Old Women. It is an acknowledged fact that women more often attain a very great age than men. AmoDg women of the most famous centenarians was the Countess of Desmond, who . died - in the reign of James I. trom the effects of an accident. xr — . ? iiDi icpubuu jcaiot xuio. wonderful old lady at .the age of 100 years was' so lively and well that she actually took part in ai' dance ; and only five years before her death she travelled from Bristol to London— a tremendous joimtey in those daysr^ia order to per sonally attend to some,':business matters. Lady Desmond's fame - sinks into nothing compared with that of a French woman of the name of. Marie Prion, who died in St. Colombo at the age „of, 150 years. ;To^at^tfHheMa bt''her life, she subsisted entirely '? ori^goat's milk and cheese, and, although? 'h'er body was so shrunk and wasted that Bhe weighed only 46'pounds, she retained her mental faculties to the last. - , * It is a curious fact, but some women have been known to...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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DAIRY NOTES. The Improvement of New South Wales Stock. PART VI. THE SHORTHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

DAIRY NOTES. Tie Improvement of Mew South Wales Stock. From the Agricultural Qaiette of N.SiWy. - By M. A. O'Oallaohan. \ : part vi. ? THE SHORTHORNS. This breed is the most remarkable and most noted of . the whole bovine race. Wherever one' travels they cannot get away from the English-Shorthorn. Some of the cattle of every country show the impress of the Shorthorn sire. Its great and universal popularity is the hnnf. trunrAnf-na nf itn nnftf iilnARa. The history of the breed is so generally known that details would sound almost ancient. For our purpose suffice it to say that the Booth strain of the breed aimed soley at flesh-production, and the Bates strain sought to combine milk with .flesh, or, in other words,' the old milking animal was bred with a view to beef, at the same time endeavouring to retain its great milking qualities. How. well this has been done oan' be judged by results. Ini the great milking com petitions 'at - the English shows the Shorthorn still holds pride of...

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Not In It. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 August 1899

Hot In It. Mrs. Doolan : ' Only think, Mrs. Grogan; that dear Paddyrowsky has practised so har-rd at the pianny fer the lasht six months that he has paraloized two' fingers.' Mrs. , Grotrari : 1 Beeorrah l thot's nothing Mrs. Doolan. Me daughter Mary Ann has practised so har-rd fer the lasht six months thot she parolized two pianriies !' .r.i ,v. .. . . At sea level an' object 100 feet high is visible a little over thirteen miles. If 500 feet high it is visible nearly thirty miles., ...

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District News. CURRA CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

... .District News. ... !, ' ? ' — - ? « ? ; ? CURRA CREEK ? (From our own correspondent.) The weather for the past jFew days .bus 'been bloak and cold with some very severe froBts at night,, whioh will tend to keep' 'vegetation at a standstill. It is vory severe on stook, which are low in condition^ and Bome of the old animals have succumbed ' Mnrtnr itn BBTOrifcv. Mr. James Munro, whom J referrod to in ' my 'last correspondence, as sufforing from a aovere attack of pnenmonin, is progressing favorably, and his friends are vory hopeful of his speody recovery. Tho Bonrnewood pp°p'° nro to tho front again. It w'11 1,0 remembered that a short jjn„ 'ago, the Baptists in the vicinity banded together ' and erected a very nice i ? i_ t ? _ e. j.Li ? i i ? j. ? onurcn iroo vi uuut. oiuuo muu two energetic y oung ladies set themsolvea to ' work to raise fands for the 'purchase of an organ to be placed in the edifice, which they flucceBsfnlly accomplished. Now they have a coffee snppei aboard...

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. KENT. AUSTRALIANS.—Fist Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

: -i:';?---. ? ^ ''.'-J1'1 -AUSTRALIA v. KENT/ , ij AUSTRALIANS. — First Inniiics. : t 1 ; Worrall, o liurnup, b' A. Hearne ... 38 Noble, p iluiili, b Bradley ... : ';..V 4d . Trumper, c 1 1 uish, b Dubonlfty ... . ... GO Grospry, b Muson... . ,... . . ' 3 : Darling, o Hearne, b Bradley . 16 Iredafo, c Hearne, b Burnup :- ' ' .' ..'.'V' Kelly, c Br'udley, b Bnrnnp.' j'?26-'. Lnver, c Hiiisli, b Bradloy'..'i,'.''., I M'Leod;- c Mn.son, b B.urnnp ' '.-'..V:,;: - Q Jones, c Huisli, b Bradloy ... . .... -? ' ... , 1 ? HoWoll, not out ?' '..-.'iiiVj; ' O. Sundries; ' ... ' ' :%.i ' ?.- .ti-Fi.1-- 'V -J.i'ill , Total ... . ' .... ?' ...;227 Bowling: Burnup,. tliroo for 7 ; Bradley, four. for 39j Hearne, one for 30;' Duboulayj' ono ,'for^33 j Mason, one for 55. ' ' ' ' '' ' ' I KENT.-r-First Innings; «??? ? i Burnup, o Howell, =b M'Leod ? . ? ... . . 25 Stewart, 'c Howell, ,b M Leod - , ? 4 71 A. Hearno, o Kelly, b Howoll ? ? . ... 20 Day, b Howell . ... ? . ... ... 4 Patterson, b Wbrrall,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

For Broncliiul Coughs take Woods' GrcutPcppor mint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Wanted, WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT Apply UBS. Ii. N. HYERONIMUS. ? Wellington. Auctioneers' Notice. OWING to Saturday, 19th August, being HOSPITAL SATURDAY our usual weekly E4.RMERS' MARKET SALE will bo holtl on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 18th AUGUST, com mencing at 2 o'clock. THOMAS & ROTTON. The Wellington FootballClub will hold a GRAND SOCIAL in the PROTESTANT HALL on ' WEDNESDAY, SEPEMBER 13tit, 1899.; DOUBLE TICKETS, 5a ; SINGLE, 3b. J. H. OBBELL, Soomtar/. Farmers9 Market, Every Saturday Afternoon at 2, All kinds of FA RSI and DAIRY PRODUCE, including FOWLS, TURKEYS, POTATOES, PUMPKINS PIGS, &c., &c., &c. Produoe, &o., may be brought to the Markots any time up to time of Salo. Account Sales immediately after Sale, Thomas & Rotton, AUCTIONEERS. Half-Holiday Association . will hold a Grand Social in tho PORTE8TANT HALL on Wednesday, August 23rd. DOUBLE TICKETS ... - ' '' ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

:SP 't-- :: ^ A Six Days' Sacrifice. £? -vV. :???.??.?'? : '' * I ;. ? ? . ?? ?' ' ? 1 - -/,{'* fl'Br v : ? ' Tlie concluding six days of our sale (frorfi Monday, -the 14th, 5 ? -?.:? until Saturday^ the lV)Ui of August) will be a period devoted to the; ?? ? t Slaughter of our remaining Stock. ? : : During that short, week we will offer bargains' to the*people, v ' ' tlie like of which tliey have never known bei ore. We know that the time is short, sbut if. you are alive to your own inrerests, surely you. can find a-fcw minutes to give us a call. ' - :? ; ((if , If money is no object to you, do not bother ; but it you believe in saving a pound' .where you ean^bv^U in Jans V r ? ' ^ ' I J? - 7 ' - t , V' V ' IP.A.~Z' ITS -A.-Vi SIT.' ? ^ . 'f «. V. 4 - 1 ^ ' - - 'We have no 100m for prions, bur you may tike our, word that ?-, t : : Prices are Down to Zero. ? ?WHHHMBMMMnaMaMMBHBmnMiAHHMcaBanBnEBaacasaanBaKMB . G. E. WISE & CO., Ltd., .? » \ ... ? ? ' Li i ... . ??? v. Federal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

:i G. SO HIPP. £. - . ::;!}'li('r(' is im old sajinir, _ ????,', ? vi 't - Tia hard to refute;- ! ? \ If aYou wi!'l; for dry feet .=-. You iiMi^t Iiiivp a goo j;;hqot.;*v A.« tlio winter is lien', - Wit It its mill and its frost, ? ; . ' ? - K''P|';.Vour I pet :iry .???y.v---' : At 11 n inimum'cost. ???? ; ? '& \ fnut \ imi en ii easily - - Put. to tln» t('t , -? - 1 ' ' * ' V , i . Sl)ll ll-:l,l'S;pri^;es lHo ^o«;e8t,v ?; i.'. 1 I i - bi) it.ei aru tlie. best.., ' i ? i ; To iecune 8iii-li a boon'. . ~ ?I' J' i-v .1 list.' Jive Minn ea'l, / INI'liKCY STRKICT, ' .% v pi'l»^']iT^PR6mstkXT'frALt. S\ ^VC-'v ^ ? I'lIK ri.ACK TO HL'Y V OI K GUOCKUIES A NO F iNLY -vO UliS 13 AT J. P CLIFFORD'S, IN PEKI r M'KEET. J HEY VRE aLW \Y-J IIRST QCTAL IT anp OlJBAP. NUFF SFD -- ' James ffjayui*#, ? M.P.3 (Br EXAM.) CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, Medical Hall, WELLINGTON - ii ; Dli.Nl 1ST, CLU li fj on 813 HOTEL, WELLING JON. *V ' .. ..... ' Painless Extractions. SATCHELL, ' IMPORTER OP V Books', St...

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Advances to Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Advances to Settlers. Up to the present, some 1972 applications for relief have been received under the pro visions of the Advances to Settlers Act. Some interesting details in connection with these 'applications are now available. Of this number, 1006 applications have been jJaolfc antli ? All Inarifl hava hoon mfn'AAil an/1 662 recommended. The actual money paid out in 'these cases is £10,915. The total amount applied for iB stated at £191,878, and that recommended to be advanced and approved by the Minister is £53,735. But there is a further amount of £27,024 which is to be granted conditionally upon certain improvements being carried out by the ap plicants. ? :

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. -. ;.3 ???- Mails closo at tire Wellington Post Office,, and arriye thore as, follows : — For Sydnoy, Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily, r- For Dubbo,. Bourke, Nyngau, Maryvale, daily, 7 a.m'. j' arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. - ? For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolina, Two-Mile Flat, Cullenbone, Mudgoo, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.;, arrive, Wednesaay and Saturday, 7, 30-p.ih.. ? For Comobolla, Gollan, Mui'rungundy, r Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive; 6.30 p.m. Thursday, ? 4 pm. Sunday. For Ponto, Torrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; - ' arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4:30 p.m. - ForYeovol, Mt. Aubery, Walma; Parkes, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; -Monday and Friday 4.30 p.m. ???.- -For Currp. Crook, Bournewodd, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4.80 p.m. V . - r ?? For Kfodtofiores, daily, 8.45' a.m. ; urrive, daily, 5.15 p.m. For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m, ; arrive ? v - Tuosd...

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Wesleyan Church Social. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Wesley an Church Social* On Friday evoning last a social gathoring was hold .' in the Wesley an Ctiurch to welcome tho Kov. J« Spenco, oh airman of tho Bathurst district. Mr. J. Thorncraft, circuit steward, took tho ohair. Tho Rev. Mr. Cponco delivered an interesting address, in the course of which ho spoke in liigu ? torms of tho beautiful uud rich district of Wellington. Tho choir at intervals rendorod musical seieuuuu' wliioh were much appreciated by tho audionce. ' The debt on tho organ was cleared oil during mooting, By the takings at the door aud spobiol sud scriptions by friends. , , »r u„mi,-.ink Mr. Ethorington proposod, and Mr. BBmbno socondod, that a hearty vote of thonks bo aocor e the Rev. Mr. Sponoo for his able address and official vlfltf nrhinh wiiH narriod bv acclamation. Drake, Newman, and P.N. wero tboptacod horses in the Queensland Turf Olub an cap on Saturday.

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER, . A BITTER PENITENCE. , CHAPTER VII.— (Continued.) ' Mies Cashel,'if you should' see Sir Amy rald again- — and it is likely you may, if you are kind enough to do eo — for he spoke of you again several. times after you had left, the room, and, althqUgh he forgets almost everjthinig, I don't think he will forget you — will' you remember not to speak to him of TTnn ? 'Do not snftRfc of. Mollv— Kb ban nnvAr seen her. Do not speak of anything that occurs here, or of Castle Kilchenora .itself. Speak to him of yourself, of your friends, of your own life;beforeJybu came here. Will you remember ?' ' 'I will indeed !' ? 1 Thank you ! - Shall I tell Edith that you know ? Would you rather that I did so ?! .. ' Oh, yes, please:!'- Norah' cried- eagerly, feelirg relieved-r-ior certainly it would be very pleasant to'telhSlrei Sabine of the my ' story she had unwittingly unveiled. Sne iaised her tear-stained . eyes to Redmond's face pleadingly. ?' Ask her not to be vexed with me— w...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

CHUECH-SEItVICES. ! Church of England. (Rev. R. Baeb* Brown, R.D. ; ahd JoflH O. MAODOUGAX.L). August. 20th.— Wellington, 11 a.m. (H.C.), and 7.30 p.m. j Bodangora, 3 p.m.; Goolmo/11 n.m.j Spiuer's Crock, 3 p.m.; Stuart Town, '*7.30 p.m. August 27th.— Wellington, 8.30a.m. (H.O.), 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Suntop, 3 p.m.; Neuroa, 3 p.m. Week Days, ' Auguit 24th.— Wollington, 8 30 a.m., (E.G.) August 16th. — Maryvale, 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.)1 . . ; ?

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Ri^Le Shooting. G Rifle Corps, Wellington Volunteers, held an af teraoon's shoating at tho rifle raugo on Saturday. The day was: dull, and a strong breeze blowing, which abated some what towards evening. The Loc;Enfield. rifles wero used, and tho shootiug was con sidered very good. The following aro tlio principal scores — eight shots at 600 yards. s-r qe: Private Shakespeare ... Private Devoson ... ... ... 34: - Sergeant Wells. ... ... '' on Corporal Bilton ... ... ? ' ??? . jj?' Color-Sergeant Robo : '' on PiivateMcKinloy ... ... : These scores aro exclusive of the points, conceded in the handicap. - , :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

For quality, cut,- fashion and fiiniBh tho suitings supplied by Prioe and Co., 114 King St., Sydney, aro uaozcolled. ' This firm enjoys a high roputation throughout city and country for tho perfection of its goods and that roputation it is determined to maintain. Visitors to Sydney would do well to call promptly at the establishment and see for them selves. Those unablo to do so should send for. samples and self measurement forms and state about tho price desirod. Suits from £3 3s ; Trousers from 16/6. A magnificent assortment of winter suitings just oponed.* COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. Tlio purest Euoalypto on oarth. Lord Carrington's friond in Influenza. The world's remedy for ohest complaints. Tho ' oold' euro of Earl Jersey's. But noto woll Euoalypto, not Eucalypti.' Hako Khan and Nah iillah The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, /~1URE Private Diseasos, Section, Piles, Lost Man hood, nil sorts of Eye Disease, Toothache, Neuralgia, and Corns. ' Consulted All Hours. Hako Kh...

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Gho. Milnb) ? I August zutb. — Suntop, 11 a.m.-; Ponto, 3 p.m. ; Wollington, 7.30 p.m. ? : ; August 27th— Lower Spicer's Creek (Rots'), 11 a.m.; Windora, 3 p.m. ; - Wellington, 7.30'p.m, Week Days. August 17th.— Neurea. August 22nd.— Geurio.

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

PROGRESS COMMITTEE. .. (To the Editor.) Sir,— I submit tha*. Mr. Bergman is wrong in calling my letter of last week a ' bitter attack ' on hia advocacy of a progress as sociation. I have no objection to his calling it adverse; comment. . I would not know that gentleman, nor he me, if we passed.eaoh other in the Btreet. and I disclaim avatv element of feeling towards him that could be designated bitterness. If Mr. Bergman discusses civic matters publicly he is asmuoh exposed to adverse comment as an alder man, and will hare to accustom himself to the olight unpleasantness it may bring him. As time goes on he may learn to calculate upon thiB beforehand, and who knows but I shall, have the pleasure some day. of. wel- coming him to within tho borders of old fogeydom, as, mentally, a better balanced man. I gave Mr. Bergman credit for good intent, but not for good judgment, because it seemed to me that bis appeal for progress carried with it, byHcTmannerism, much that did not make for uni...

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Wesloyan Chnroli. ' I (Rnv. G. W. Fuenbb.) August 20th. — Wellington, 11 a.m. ; Curra Creek, 3 p.m.— Mr. G. Chappoll. Neurea, 11 a.m. j Wellington, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. ,^W. Furner. Bodangora, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. J. Campbell. August 27tli. — Wellington, 11 a.m.— Mr.Bembriok. Wellington, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. G. Chappell. . Bodangora, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. (Sunday School Anniversary) — Rev. G. W. Furner. ..

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WELLINGTON HOSPITAL. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

wellingtonhosmtaiT^^ (To the Ediln*\ f 1 ir»— Saving noticed several comments and lettera re tho local hospital in vour columns lately, wo, as former patients of that institution, desire to state that wo received every caro and attention whilut there, and consider that inmates espeoting ™ 'uu^Biuacer Kindness 3V,9 bestowed by the present wardsnian and 111, wife, look for' more than human aid _ _ . JF°nrs faithfully, Hugh S. Hughe*, ino. g. Anderson Robert Lindsay, senr., attARLESE^5 , SPEL. '1M [Our correspondents seem to think we aro writing againt .the present wardBman and his wife, and complai.iing of their treat ment ' of patients ? -nothing of the kind'. We have no intontion of interfering with persons. We visited the hospital yesterday and found itclean and neat ; but tho building' held together with iron rods, and the walls crapking and seams opening in all directions. There are other objections 'we will reserve. What we want to see is a new hospital, and we believe the Gover...

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Baptist Church. Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Baptist Church. Bodancrora. .. r. (Pastor Isaac Bugg) August 20th — Bodangora, 11 a.m.; Maryvale, 7.15; - p.m. ; - Geurie, 3 p.m. August 27th — Maryvale, 3 p.m. ; Geurie, 7.15. p.m

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