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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899
Progress Committee. The- following nominations have been received in addition to those mentioned in our, last issue : — Messrs. J. Connelly, F. S. Hegart.y, F. A. ThomaB, J. Cottrill, G. Bray, T. Brummell, A. E. Rose, C. Patten, H. Nahcarrow. W. Flvnn. .T. Loner. Dr. Blnnf.t. We understand that several candidates will address the electors from the Club House Hotel each night during the week. It is expected that Messrs. Wilkina, Irving, j Tait, and Collins, will ' open the ball ' on Tuesday night.
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899
?-PA.RLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuuiisdat, August. In answer to questions, Ministers said : — Iloraca are not allowod to be landed in this colony from Quoenslund without inspection ; the scliomo for connooling Sydney and North Sypney would be submitted to tho Cabinet -as early us possible ;- bb to construction of irrigation works on tho Murrum bidgoo, nothing would Le done, in oontravention of ,V3th. sootion of tho Public Works Act; the adulteration of -minn nnrl-nf.lmfr nirfirlna ivna Wai.i» watohed; as to the great numbor of' accidonts on wharves, a Wovksman's Compensation Bill was down for the second reading in the Counoil, and tho Go vernment would push it on in both Housos ; as to tlie voluntoer force?, the suspension and release of tho Lieut.-Oolonel of the 5th Regiment was a matter of confidential roport, tho resignation of the oiBoors' tri ^7u^'0,lu' Guard wag contompluted. The Broken Hill Electric Lighting Bill was re lorred to a oomuiitteo. Tho Iroasurer movod that, t...
Auctioneers Report [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899
Auctioneers Report : W. P. Mitchell und Company report having sold during tlio past week 150 ewes in lamb at 7s OH, 183'owcs und wethers (mixed) 7s. Od, 253 h 'ggots it 7s 3d. ' A smnll farm near Mudgee at £2 12s por acre. 175 fat wethers in two lots at 12s. and 5 bullocks at £12 por head and 3 at £10 por lioad. On Satur day we held a vory important sale of eocond-hahd . furniture; olso a few draught horsos to £8 15s. '
The Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899
, ,i rrite Council. Eight little Councillors With thoughts bent oh Heaven, . One gob a 'head-ache', ' . ' / . And then there were seven.- : : Seven little Councillors '' - . With idoas that don't mix,'.' . i . - s: ' ? i - An ' pngago ' kopt one, ' ? ? ' ? And then there were si*. . . Six little Councillors '.. i_ : Who think they're very ' live ' j A bumble bee stung one, And so thoro were five. * Fivo little Councillors, Whoso speeches much do bora 'em, Waited for another one, But couldn't get a quorum.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 August 1899
LEGISLATIVE COUNOIL. Wednesday. ArrmroT n. Hooi ' nu}do a long oxplanatii.:« ... nis poli Mul i^0B reforonce to tho l.na ctuvornment veasonB for roBigning, Ho objooted to the ?'olass'. appoiutments.recontly mado to tlip . Council. The feeling was manifest that his explanation was a failui'o. ' ' Tho Houso thon proceeded with the 'federal* dross to the Quoon. . ' ' Thubbdat, Atjcitjbt 10. -*' Tlio Minister for Justice said tho Government aro prepa'ring a.bill doalitig with tho nXimberof childion bogging and soUing nowspapors, oto., about the stroets. An Amending Art Union Act was read 'the. first time. | Consolidating logal bills were introduced, provid ing for paymont ond recovery of moneys 'adjutlgod by justices of the-peaco to bo paid, and :of tuo lart , relating to tho adultuation of liquor. . Tho Assembly was asked to ro-introdueb the Medical Practitionors Bill. ' ' ' '. Mr. Maintosh moved to nitonif- fchn rnilwivv frnm Redforn .to Circular Quay, by an underground' lino'. The 'M...
Football. WELLINGTON CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
Football. WELLINGTON CLUB MEETING, i A general meeting of the Wellington Football Ciuo was held on Wednesday night, when thore was a fair attendance of mem bers. It was understood thnt the maiu busi ness of tho evening was the coneidetatiou of the' proposed resignation of Messrs. Orbell and Howie from the positions of oecroiary nnu .oeieuuou ^uiiiiih^uo respectively. Mr. J. P. Clifford occupied tho chair, and, before dealing with the re signationf, read .an interim report of .the club's progroos. From the latter it was gleaned that nirie matches had been won as against eix loBt, whilst the club had scoreid twice as many points as its opponent*. Tfio Treasurer's balance sheet also diecloted a credit balance. Mr. Simins then moved that the resignations of Messrs. Orbell and Howie be not accepted ; Mr. Flanagan seconded, and the motion was carried. i Mr. Howie, in the interests of the dub and football in Wellington, withdrew his resign- . ation, and agreed to act in his capacity as sel...
MURRUMBIDGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
MURRUMBI DGE RIE. From our own correspondent.. The weather at prosent. is all that can be desired, although the frosts will create sad havoc among the fruit trees, which are now budding. Shearing is to commence at tho Mnrrum i -/tn Q1 oi- A ll/vlisf. on/4 BUUlllWU UU uuv? U1DV AU^UOVf uuu everything points to a good time for sheep shoarers and owner, grass boing fairly good, wit'i a prospect of a good Bpriug alioud, shoop well coated with wool and fiosh, aud wool at a good price. Mr. A. Miesor is about to loaso his hotel to Mr. James Pender, who should send things along, and ho is a man capable of knowing tho requirements of the inhabit ants. He is to take over tho business somo timo next woek, and has already commenced the orection-of a spacious hall tor dancing and other uses. Tho toaohor at the publio school is now very busy planting a number of ornamontal trees in the school ground, and in a few years these will give a very pleasant appear auce to tho surroundings. Mr. W. May ha...
BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
BODANGORA. (From our own correspondent.) The half-yearly mooting of the Bodangora Progress Association waB held at Mr. Will Sullivan's residence. There were present : Messrs. W. Smith (' Chevey Chase '), W. Sullivan (Bodangora), C. Rolls, Smith, O'Shea, Foley, and McDonald. The chairman. Mr. Smith, said the first business was to elect officers for the ensuiug half- year. Mr. Smith, the retiring chairman, was again unanimously elected for the ensuing half-year, each member eulogising him for his fitness for the position. The chairman said the noxfc business was to elect a secretary in place of Mr. SB. G. Peacock, who had left the town. Mr. W. Smith (Bodangora) was unanim ously elected to this position, and Mr. W. Sullivan vice-chairman. The chairman read the half-yearly report, which was considered satisfactory. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Proposed by Mr. McDonald, seconded by Mr. O'Shea, that persons throwing rubbish in Dick-street be notified that they ...
SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
SUNTOP. r , j . (From our own correspondent.) lheannual meeting of the Suntop Cricket Club was held at Mr: 11. E. O'Brien's ' Faij' holm 'on Saturday, 12th inst. Thero was a good attendance, and the following officoi's Wore olectod for tho onsuing twelve months : —President, Mr. W. J. O'Brien ; vice presi dents. MnSHI'K. R- lil— O'Rrimi on/I \\7Jan. '.secretary, W. J. O'Brien; treasurer, Mr. W. J. Connortou ; selection committee, Messrs. R. E. O'Brien, Burnott and Connorton. Resolutions were passed to the effect that members refrain from Sunday playing — a practiBo which has hitherto been well sup ported by tho juveniles of tho district. Tho ni'st practiso begins on Saturday, 26th inst. Bnd os the club contains somo enthusiastic members, the local '' knights of tho. willow ' anticipate a very enjoyable soason. Brio lit. wnrm f1o,i-u on/I .,:«i,4.„ „.:*u a ;dash 'of spring, is what wo aro having hore ut prosent, undoubtedly, is tho very , ordor ' to fiuife tho demands of tho local fa...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (Rev. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
CHURCH SEaVICES. Church of England. , ? .(Rev. R. Bakbx Bkown, R.D. ;.axd John C. Macdouoali.'). August 20th.— Wellington, ] 1 a.m. (II.C.),and 7.30 p.m.; Bodangora, 3 p.m.; Goolma, 11. a.m.; Spicer's Creek, 3 p.m.; Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m. August 27th. — Wellington, 8.30 tt.m. (n.C.), 11 a.m. arid 7.30 p.m.; Suntop, 3 p.m. ; Neurea,3p,m. Week Days. August 2-ith. — Wellington, S 30 a.m. (H.C.) August lGtb. — Maryvale, 7.30 p.m. August 17 tli . — Dripstone, 7.30 p.m. . ? ' August 22nd.— Mumbil, 11 n.m. (H.C.) August 29th. — Ponto, 9 a.m. (H.C.)
HARYVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
MAEYVALE. (From our own correspondent.) -? The whoat crops aro all looking well and the early sown wheat is more forward than is usual at (his time of tho year some, being quits a foot high, Somo of the farmers complain of the ravages of tho catapiilarj but this is confined to - late wheat sown «n, Tho Wollington road from tho Maryvale . railway station to McMillan's crossing is in a very bad stato of repairi — n'fact in wet weather is al mo -t impassable. Some time ago specifications Jwero, I believe, made by tfeo Road Superintendent for repairing and metaling this road,, but a petition was seJlt to hoadquarfcqra asking that a direct road might be made from the railway station ' on the west side of the. line through Mr. , 'Johnston's paddock ; this latter plan would be a great convenience to .tho travelling public and would save much trouble and loss of timo in crossing the railway line twico. It is high time that something ? should be done in the matter. /'Tho resuming of about 60...
District News. STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
District News* STUART TOWN. - (From our own correspondent.) Glorious weather now prevails aftor Iho j'cconfc rains. Grass and crops aro growing npaco.wilh every prospect of a pood sc-ason ahead. To Batisfy (ho requirements of tho district though a heavy fall of rain is need ed to fill the dams and set tho batfceres going. . mu«' iVnnf.tvnrf.h flnv. nf Tfimlrnntv ia aftfc ting tho ball rolling at tho Mascotte. Manager's residence, officos, battery, cyanide plant, reservoir all in course of construction. Mr. Coleman is tho manager, and according ♦o a conversation a heap of money is to be expended in the mine. At the Post Office mine, things aro beginning to hum so to speak. Tho manager, Mr. A. W. Marshall, is putting on a lot of hands and the battery his mado a start. Mr. Young is in the district, also, making preparations for two drodging plants on tho Hill End side of Mr. .Garland's leases, and is of opinion that a great future is in store for the country, now that the dredging mani...
Wosleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
Wosl'eyan Church. . (KEV. G. W. FtJIiNEB.) August ^Uth. — Wellington, 11 a.m. ; Curra Creek, 3 p.m.— Mr. G. Chappoll.. Neurea, 11 a.m.; Wellington, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. W. Furner. Bodangora, 7j30 p.m. — Mr. J. Campbell. August ^thi^Wellington, 11 a.m. — Mr. Bombrick. Wellington, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. G. Chappoll. Bodangora, '11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. (Sunday School Anniversary) — Rev. G.' W. Furner. ? ? j
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
Wednesday, Auuivr 1G. Mr. Barton naked the Premier if lie would appoint propor persona to inquiro as to a proper site for tlio foderal capital. Mr. Iieid said it was a federal matter, but it would assist them if information was provided beforehand. _ . . ' Mr. Carruthers (Treasurer) mado tho iiuanuinl statement. He admitted thore was a deficit ot £3,000,000, aud gavo a long explanation of tuo Auditor- General's report, according to whwh thero was' a doficit in 189G, 1897 and 1898. Ho said it 1 would bo necessary to irnposo new taxation. He t*. proposed to inorcaac tho probuto dutios, and to got income from registration of companies and probato on death of shareholders living outside the colony . ^llie Government intonded to establish a Stato Bank, '??''* for deposits and advances. Undor tho Advances to - ? 'Settlors Ant 1770 applications had been rcceivod, of wliioh 1823 woro approved, amounting to £100,090.
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
PARLIAMENT.! LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, August 15. I Ministers, in answer to questions, said that ldJ j appeals had beon mado to tho Public Soivioo Board against tho grading of salaries; thero wore 244 mining loascs issued during the past quarter; tho Early dosing Bill would be re-introduoed. A bill to further amend tho Real Pioporfcy Aofc was read a (list time. 1 MV Allhwic nhtnined loavo to introduce a bill vo i guktiog Sunday trudiug. I Mr. Griffiths moved to allow athletic sport3 oil i Sunday , but alter discussion the Hoiusu wua couiitcd i out, there beiug no quorum,
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. Mr. T. Q.uilo moved that intorest on C.P. lands be reduced from 4 per cont. to lid per cent., the rato paid by settlement lessees. An amendment was moved by Mr. O'Neill that tho instalments and in torest for tho unexpired torm of conditional pur chases bo added together, and tho annual instalment of Od per ncro be paid thereon. Mr. Brummoll thought they should not bo called upon to pay Is whon in 04 years thoy could meet their obligations. Thero was no necessity to ask a paront of a largo family to pay oil his obligations in frnn n fimn Mr. T. Collins (Ponto) was also of opinion tbat longor timo should bu given. Tho amount of in terest would not trouble many of tho men, if they had moro timo granted to them. Tho amendment was carried with tbo addition of ; , the words '* and that Bubsoqueut to the adoption of this system no further intorest bo charged.' Mr. Brown moved that tho interest on overdue paymonts bo reduced to 5 por cent., which was carried. Mr, Brow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899
~ WJLi) CHERRY BALSAM. ? ; . ,i Is a certain euro for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, ancl all. affec tions of tlie chcst, throat, So lungs. This preparation, made from the cxpressod juico of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other I M ingredients, will be. found tho most useful mcdioine for chest affections. Prepared and Sold by HA YMES, i;M;P.S. /.(BY EXAM.) ' ' . Dispensing' & 'Family Chemist ' MEDIC AL HALL, /-i-r ? rf.'! : ? NAKIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON . :l!- j'.tti; ?'???? ? ? i ' ? ? Mr,E.P. SOLOMON -J-- , :t'::s'DENTIST, ?ajmat--; s ; ] ' Hat decided to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and. for the present may. bo consulted at the : .'. club hotel. : ? ; ' ? ''indigestion. Thoro is no moro common causo of Indigestion or fiDySpdpsia .than imperfect mastication j no more fruitful source of headache, neuralgia, nausea, heart-' - burn, flatulence, diarrhoea, dyaentry, ana various irothor-i disorders. Indigestion, largely ' induced by imperfect mastication, is pro...