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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

? , Open Column. L Whilst allowing a rcasoimblo exprciwoii of tlio various viows of our coS n^L.11 and bomg nt mi times willing to iusort at,'' not nooossnrily ondorso thorn. 1 0 wo do

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

WILD 0IIER11Y ' - 'BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, ^Qrbup, Hoarseness, and all affec vtions of the chest, throat, & lungs. ' .Th.is preparation, made from tho expressod juice of. f Wild Cherry Bark, in combination' with other ? ingredionte, will bo found the most useful medicine r - ? . for chest affections. ? . ' Propared' and Sold by '? .JAMES HAYNES, , M«P.S. (BY EXAM.) ? Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL HA1X, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr. E.P.SOLOMON fiia:uDENTisT» Hoi dccided: to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and for'tho present may bo. consulted at the CLUB HOTEL. -^IVATIiROOM.EN GAGED FOR SURGERY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with;or without;plates; _____ 'W '? GOLD FILLINGS a speciality.'' ? VZ - ^ OLD CROWNS. PIVOT TEETH. &f- i - * * ? — ~ - - - .. '' ? TEETH EXTRAOTFD, 2/6. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 6/. NO;0;H ARG E FOR EXTRACTIONS . . -iJi; jwhen'ortificial toeth are to be made. BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED. E.: P. SOLOMON, i. . ?.??! '(Member of ...

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

'sTfi. DAWSON, ( Licensed surveyor, /a»vtinllv z»icehsed under the Real Fro (Specially p0rtj Act. x-TS prepared to undertake Sub-division ?_ . - ' T Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, J; ko. Address, 'Wellington. tat WELLINGTON BUTCHERY ^ &~McCormicfe, t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Th lee Street, Wellington.. Beale and CD's ? fiL ^cured 'X&E FIRST PBIZES at the 2ti Uto Sydney Show, where all known make, were AND CO. were, r llrrfed SDeolal Gold Medal for HAPSBURQ PTAKOS which ate speoially constructed. for the Sb «»lj require tnuing »-*-°« «=°° B' CO. haw invented a Maohine whKnbraltered from lock to chain by nmpl, A I preiting abutton. _ ? ?XV,aT«ol«eton ® apP'^tion to the Local . Agent oF tlie Manner, Me. J.McMakus, Beale and ^ Co., Dubbo. , ? LadiesrGeneral Nurse. MB8 F. COLREAVY, having scoured addition- II al Accommodation, is prepared to receive *- persons desirous of staying in Wellington for Be LADIES^received for their ACCOUCHEMENT, ' ' cf wa...

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

Xo our Subscribers. ] Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will greatly oblige ua by Bending notice at once. ? ' NEC- TEMERE NEC TIMIDB MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1899.

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

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5 /? por quarter in adV&nce : Booked, C/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, and 1/6-for-oach succeeding inch per inBortion up to a column of space and to ton insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise, ment. howovor small, less than 2/6 oash, or booked . 8 /?. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or papor to bo in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed ... tho shortoBt notico at lowest prices.

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WELLINGTON v. DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

WELLINGTON v. DISTRICT. A. match which is exciting. a good amount of interbat,will bo -played on HospitalSatur day (19th instant) between tho Wellington Cluh and a team selected by Mr.. .C; C.. Martin from plnyers living, outsido the town boundaries. Tlio match will commence ut 3 p. m. on Bell Park, aud should provido a pretty close contest. Tlie followiug ti a us have been selected : — j 'Mr. C. C. Martin's Team Back, Brace three-quarters, G-. Martin, E. Martin, J Sullivan; five-eights, C. C. Martin, C. Martin; scrum-half, J. Astrahorn ; forwards, A. Baird, D. R. Baird, H.Taylor, Montgomery, HJ S. Carr, P. Clifford, T. Pound, N. Smith, Geurie; emergencies, Howard and Wilson. Wellington Team . — Back, H. Ziehlke ; three-qn artei's, Smith, Clayton, Teece ; fivo eights, Howie aud Robertson ; sornm-half, Dempsey ; forwards, O'Mara, McKay, 0:Brien, Jenniug, Broderick, Quirk, Keane and'Veech. Emergencies, G. Clifford and W. MoCormick.

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

Tho smart boy; wo all hoar of hiin. But the duller plodding boy will beat bim in tho long run. Why ? Becauso tho lattor h as tho gift of application Note this fact parents and boyn, it's worth storing in your knowledge box. Similarly Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure is a brilliant disoovory ; but its efQcaoy lies in its application No cold, catarrh, or kindred oomplaintran stay whon itatarries, ' Mark this : is, 6d. and 2s. Gd. a bottle at all ohemists.* Mr. Tait, at tho mock municipal election, hoped tho aldermen would not undor-rato thomBolves.

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Football. WELLINGTON v. BURRELL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Football. WELLINGTON v. BURRELL CREEK This match was played on Saturday on Bell Park, and resnlted in a win for the former by 21 points to nil. The following represented the winning team : — Ziehlke, Smith, Teece, Brooks, Jacobs, Kelk, Howie, Veecb, Jennings, nr-xr-- rk.,.-..i. -\r-r\ ? ? t_ m-p luviiittji v i-uou, vguiLti, iu.wui.uiiu&y vl II- ford, Keane. . As will be seen this did not reptfssent Wellington's . full strength, such players as Sullivan, Dempsey, O'Mara, arid Broderick boing' absent, and the loss of these men was felt, particularly that of Sullivan, whoso presence always means an attractifu game amongst the back men. .The Burrell Creek Clnb had nearly a full -team, the most noticeable absentee being T. Pound. There was a very large attendance of onlookers, and there is no donbt that football is exceedingly popnlar here. A rainer strung wiuu oiow aown me ground, militating against kicking, by one side at any rate. Wellington had ' decidedly the best of operati...

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A Lapsed Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

A Lapsed Council. Tho meeting of tho Municipal Council, which was to be held last Thursday night, lapsed through inability to obtain a quorum. It is a pit.y that such a thing, should bo al lowed to occur, as there aro various matters which, if notadiusted reeularlv, causo ereat inconvenience to many. A very important matter was to have been discussed also, viz , the proposal to out up Bell Park South into building leases. This is a matter which is ^exciting very considerable interest, and speculation is rife as to its ultimate outcome. At presont there appears to be a majority in its favor, but nothing can be definitely known till a test vote is. taken. It is said that an amendment may ba moved referring the matter to a plebiscite of the ratepayers; The. mover of this important motion was to have been Alderman Kerr, but unfortunately he was confined to his room by a sudden, thouf b, we are glad to state, not a danger ous attack of illness. One alderman was suffering from a stiug fro...

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

To Farmers and Producers. :,W. P. A/TXTr 1 FT I?,T.T I w,'° 1ms onr«ed on his GENERAL COMMISSION n , ur BUSINESS noit Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to tlie gonoral public tlmt lio bus been rcqurstcd by hibdv of' his old natrons as well n« nnw ««« establish d WEEKLY PROJ'JUC.K MARKET, ritherhAhe request wCmal* but ho WanTZrop^r accommodation prevented his carry mg out this object. Ho now begs to »tate that ho is shorHy « „ to new and commodious premises next tho EOYAL HOTEL, and will there Soli Weokly the Succ Patron3 offer, which will include FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE POULTRY HOGS, &o., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &o., &o. ' A ; '°ULTRY, j. .W, P. M. desires to notify that he is taking in a Partner who is in every way catmblo to conduct a business, and tho firm will hcncoforth be known us . mpuoio. 10 conaucc a MITCHELL AND COMPANY. v*' ?, MIJ'OHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for tho followino: ? MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGERY. Sydney. ME...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

NOTES. The match between tho Juuiors of Wel lington'aud Bodangora, playoi at'Bodang. ra yesterday, rosulted in a draw, neither side, scoring. ^ 1'he Englishmen play their last match in Australia, to-morrow They have now played 18 matches, out of which thov have won 15.. and lost 3, scoring 280 points against 88. A match will bo played on Wednesday be tween tho Half-Holiday Club and somo momberB of the Wellington Club. All tho members of tlio Half-Ho'iday Club aro re quested to turn up in full uniform, and bring whatover spare guernseys they may have in their possession. The fourth test match betwoeu England and Australia .was played on Saturday in Sydney, aud resulted in a win for the former by 13 points to nil., . There was a very large attendance, bat the ground was not in a fit state to play on, being slippery and in somo places under water. Tho Englishmen quito out-played tlieir opponents, under tho ' con ditions. Neither sido hud scored at half timo, but shortly after resumptio...

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The Dreyfus Case, LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

The Dreyfus Case, London, Sunday. Although the newspapers5 alleged differ ently, Casimor Perior passionately denied having pledged his word to Dreyfus that tho Court Martial should be open. A great sensation was caused by Perier demanding tho production of a letter containing such a pledge. - General Mercier was also examined, and in the course of his evidence said he was still convinced that Dreyfus delivered to the German Embassy, tho documents enumerated in the bordereaux. He said his justification communicating the secret documents to the original CourtMartial was, that Franco was then within au ace of war with Germany. Gonersl Meroier was hooted by the public, who considered his evidence a fiasco.,'. The Chino-Japanese Alliance. The Japanese newspapers deny that an allianco haB been contracted between' China and Japan. Disturbed France. Fifteen members of -the League .of Patriots have been arrested at Rennes, on tho over of I a fresh attempt to overturn tho Ropublio.

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Telegraphic News (From our own Correspondent ) Sydney, Monday, 3 p.m. The Weather. Mr. H. C. Russell's forecast is light to moderately southerly winds generally. Some heavy 'gales are now over Tasman Sea, and showers may be expected in coBtal districts, chiefly north of Sydney, with fine weather inland. Haiiway Accident. Tho early afternoon passenger tain from Sydney to Wollongong was derailed on Saturday, near South Clifton, owing to a land slip. Tho engine and two carriages wore thrown off the line, and much damage was done, but no lives were lost. However, the engine driver and fireman had narrow escapes. Hew Ouinea. The Lieutenant-Governor of New Guinea and the Premier of Queensland are to visit Sydney this week to confer with Mr. Reid upon the future administration of New Gninea. Fears of a Flood. Reports from the country indicate that the creeka are rising, and a flood is feared in many parts. -At 10 o'clock last night the Gundagai River had risen over its bankB. s An Armed Bu...

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Mock Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Mock municipal Election. The Mutual Improvement Society held a mock mnnicipal election on Friday night. There was not a large attendance, but a very interesting evening was spent. Mr. Irving occupied the chair, and Mr. Flynn acted as returning officer. The minutes .were read and conhrmed ; and Mr. Kerr was cleoted a member, and Mr. Stace nominated. Mr. Rose was the first candidate. He referred to the present system of municipal assessment, which he described as a farce ; the lowest tenderers got the billet,, instead of the assessors being ' selected by the nnntlrtll nn #? aC nnn1.'/»il.'A«n 1 ~ WUUUUH V/IAU ui ttpp±lUttWUUD OUUl- LU vy qualified men. What was wanted was a new system of municipal taxation, whereby the unimproved land, would be reached — land which was being held only for specur lative purposes. At present industry was taxed, as property only - become valuable for taxation when buildings were erected. Tho streets should be made and formed ptoperly; at present there wa...

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before Messrs. J. Aarons, W. P. Pridham, H. Nancarrow and F. H. Kennard, J's.P.) ASSAULT CASE. MARY ANN ARNEIL v. HARRY COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Wellington Police Court. I . FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before Messrs. J. Aarona, W. P. Pridham,. H. Nancarrow'rtnd F. H. Konnard, J's.P.) 'ASSAULT CASE. Mary Ann Arneii. v. Harry Collins; This was a charge against Harry Collins of indecontly assaulting Mary Ann Arneii ou tho 28th of July last. , Mr. Hegarty appeared for/defendant. T I Mrs. Arnoil appeared for her daughter, j and applied for a remand for one week, to enable her to obtain counsel and prepare the case. Sho stated that Mr. BaBsett had been ongaged last Tuesday and had returned the fee tho next day, and she had not yet secured another adviser. Mr. Hegarty opposed the application on the grounds that in justice to his client the case should be decided' one' way or the other na onnn do nnooihla . TTn niiia onMAnnkln l**J. 'wvu «« ^woo»v*v» aav i» uo iu icu it stand over till Monday. After consideration the Bench decided to grant the request, aud the case was accord ingly postponed till next Friday. ' . A ' CRONK ' NOTE. ' Lum Sam...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

L,ocal Jottings. ! Teoth extracted free when artificial teeth are to be made. E. P. Solomon, Dentist, Club Hotel j Wellington.* Tho Hospital Sunday demonstration is the talk o( tho town. Good news also from the country. Don't forget your shillings next Sunday. A. R. Coufland, Hairdresser, haB removed next door to Chas. Swan's, where he may be seen for the next six weeks, pending the building of his new premises.* The Bicycle Club will hold a meeting next Friday, when Mr. Whitehead, a well-known cyclist from Dubbo, is expected to be pre sent. There is likely to be a proposal brought forward to reduce the annual sub scription oi\e-half. Let us see a good crowd present. Only by a few enthusiasts getting together can the club be made a success. For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.* There will be a great crowd in town next Saturday— horse parade, football, etc., are tho attractions. New jewellery overy week — in pretty and serviceable designs a...

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

T- Coming Events. ' j ? SHOWS. September 20 and 21:: Cowra P. and A. Society. RACES. Mudgee Jockey Club, November 8th and 9th.

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GOLLANSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

GOLLANSYILLE. ' ... UJ (From our own correspondent.) Another boautiful fall of rain favoured us during the week and the presont outlook indicates a further fall. Crops, herbage, etc., are growing very quick ly in consequence- of the absence of the severe frosts .we experienced a woek or two ago. I aw vory sorry to have to chronicle the doatli o f Mr. ond Mrs. J. W. Robs' three-yeur-old daughter. ine uttio one died on Friday from bronchitis and was buried on Saturday in the Spicer's Crook cemetery. The doctor was callod out from Welling ton, but could do no good. The bereaved parents have my sincercst sympathy. Sickness is prevalent hore at the present. Mr. D. Eosb'^ family is lying ill from bronchitis and in flammation of tho lungs. It has boon found nocossary to call in tho aid of a medical man. I trUBt in my next to bo ablo to report their recovery. The grim rcapor has been busy about hero of lato. He has claimed four of our people, one of the latest being Mr. Smith of Ballamore, ...

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Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

Homestead Selections. The following lands will be open for application on September 7th next, at the Dubbo Lands Office : — 1205 acres (13 blocks of 72 to 118 acres in area), near Narromine, annual rental per block £1 14s 2d to £2 8s. 2250 acres at Old Harbour (1 block), 30 miles from Dubbo, £21 Is lOd per block annual rental.

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GEURIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899

?GEURIE. ' ? (From our own correspondent;) Our little town still continues to improre, a- do ?11 towns in an agricultural locality. The. advent of Mr. Delanney during the last - IS- months (who' is the principal' Storekeeper and .'Auctioneer), has'beon- a decided acquisition, -and ho fifth Mr. Payne, who is butober, baker and owner of - a brick yard and lime kiln, are doing their ? utmost f» make things hum. Mr. Delannoy has lately built * new hall whero reunions are held ever? Saturday night. It is a pity that tho' people at tlio hotel do not push things a bit; they. seem too slow to. ?atahdoad horses., Mr. Frederick Boll intends Bhottly .starting a new steam saw mill, ond evoryone., wishes him every ' inoess. : 'Many improremonts hare been effected lately owing to the action of the Progress Committee. There can bo no doubt that a body like this is a great help to a country town, and strengthens tho hands of the M.P. in obtaining the wants of tho ?ommiuiity. ' ? ? '?' ? During tho ...

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