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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
CHURCH SERyiCEQ. Cbiiroli of England. (Rkv. R. Bakiiy Brown, R.D. ; akd. John C. Maodougall). ? ? Juno 4tb — WollingtoD, 11 a m (H C) und 7.30 p in ; Bodangornv 3 P m' (H C) ; Dripstone, 11 I a m ; Mumbil, 3 p :« ; ftuart Towu, 7 30 p m Juno lltli — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C) 11 a m nnd 7.30 ; Ponto, 3pm; Geurie, Railway Station, 11 a m ; Comobcllii, 3 p m-j Bodangorn, 7 p m J une 18th; — Wellington, 11 a in (H O) and 7.30 p in: Bodangoni 3 pin; Goolma, 11 a 111 ; SpicerV Creek, 3 p m ; Stuart Town, 7.30 p m June 25th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a ui and 7.30 p m ; Neurea 3pm Suutop, 3pm '? , ? ' Week Days., Juno 24th and 29th — Wellington, 8.30 a in (H C) June 20th — Wellington, 9 a m ?? \ r Juno 14th — Mary Vale, 7.30 p 111 Cf Juno, 21st — Mumbili'll a m (H C) Jurio 21st— Burrondong, 7 pm. ?* . ; Juno 22rid— Dripstone 7.30 p m ' Juno 30th— Ponto, 9 a.m. (IJ C) - 's- . '
Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Billiard Tournament. The tournament which has boon going on at York's Club House Hotel is croatiug a good deal of interest. Thero are 34 outranta, aud so far only two havo failed to como up to tho scratch. Up to tho present the rosults aro as follows : ' W. Georgo (GO) boat E. Solomon (50) by 51 . J. Malouf (80) .beat ' Spot' (80) by 24 J. Harvey (70) beat Kinghorn (80) by..8 ,:vLougluiiiii/(50).boat G. Honnessy (50) by.-30 ? M. Leonard (80) built J. Thompson (70). by 45 F. Rodiia (40) beat J. C'ottrell (40 behind) by G5 ? 'W. Roidy (-110) beat A. Ziohlko (75) by -IS J. Orboll (20 behind) beat LT. Weiss (50). by 103 G. Steo', W. Goodriflge, and J. Jacobs hud byes. If ia oxpectod that the first round will bo finished this .week.
Wellington Electorate Amalgamated Progress Union. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Wellington Electorate Am algamated Progress Union. A meeting of tho above was 'called for last Saturday afternoon at the Council Chambers. At tlio hour fixed for commencement thero wero threo delegates present, and aa timo woro on the numbor was nofcincroaaed. Tho Mayor had aont an apology for his unavoid able absence, but intimated that ho would i .? ? ? nri,.,n»l«fnr nn if l,o nnnlrl put 111 U' ? ? ? get through tho important municipal buai ness on which ho was detained, in timo. Fortunately Mr. Clifford was able to got downshortly after 3,o'clock and tho delegates got to business straight away. Thoro wort; present Messrs. J. P. Clifford, Mayor of Wellington (in tho chair), W. Smith, junr. (agricultural dolcgnto from Bodangora), R. G. Peacock (minor's delegate from Bodan gora), aud T. Can trill (delegato for Geurie). Tho minutes of tho first mooting were road by tho Council Clerk. They outlined tho objects find rules of. tho association, ns follows: — That tho objects of the union...
Important Gold Find. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
~ important Gold Find. a An imperlant alluvial ud of gold is ro£ ported from Wuuluman. Mr. John P. Sohons is ihn holder of an authority to mino ou portion 67 (parish of Wuuluman) of Mrs. M. A. Martin's property. Tho fiud was at a dopth of 6 to 7 feet, and so far ^oz. to tlio load has been obtained. Tho ground is very dry and siuking so far has only gono on an averago 6 to 10 foot.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
WILD CllERHY BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of ,tlic chest, throat, .& lungs. This preparation, made from tho oxprcssod juico of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other . .. . ingredionts, will be found tho most useful mcdioine for chest affections. Propared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, . , M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) - ; ; ' ; Dispensing& FamilyChemist. MEDICAL HALL, NAN1MA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. Mr. E. P. SOLOMON . : FROM SYDNEY, ; Surgical and Hcchfttilcal . ' Dentist, ;? ? ? ' . Who bag boen in Wellington since Jauuary, bus decided «o REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for the pTosent may. be consulted ut tho Club House ? ? . HotM, Leo Street. ...... 4 5 t , , ,j.. Artificial TeOtll on Gold, Vulcanite, etc., made . to bo closely resomblo the natural .onea in, color * ' 1 and lifelike appearance, as to.ronder detection f impoBsiblb'. ? * . ; 'Nervous Patients fitted .with tcetii witliou *, * extracting old stumps. ? ? '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
:;S. H. -DAWgON, | C Licensed Surveyor, (Speoially Licensed under tho Real Pro- .. .f perfcy Act. IS prepared to undertake* Sub-division Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, Jj &c. Address, Wellington. tak, WELLNIGTON jjgj / BUTCHERY jjj Sherriff & MeCormick, B WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. lee Street, 'Wellington. Bealeand Co's Sag o 'red THByEB FIRST PHIZES at the late Sydnoy Show, where all known makes wore exhibited and put in tho BhaSe AWT1 nn At the Sydney. Show BE ALTi AND CO. w^re also awarded Special Gold Medal for HAPSBURG iJt PIANOS, which are specially constructed for the olimato, and which only require tuning about once ^ 'bEAI^B^AND CO. have in-rented a Machine which can be altered from J'pck to cliain by simply — pressing .a button. ; i OPermB to Buit tho times. T . A particulars on application to the Local . Agent or the Manager, Mit. J.MoMaots Boole and Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse. ^ I 'm/TRS ]?. COLREAVY, having secured addition- R...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at tho Wellington Post Office, and -?j arrive there aa follows : — ' For Sydney, Bat hurst, . Mudgeo, Orange, Stewart ? * Tonn, daily, 5.30 p.m.- ? arrivej 7.20 a.m. daily.' 1 For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Mary vale, daily, 7 a.m. j-tirrivq, 5.50 p.m. daily For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two.;Milo Flat, ' \ - Cullcnbono, Mudgop, Tuesday and Frfday, 9 a.m.; arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. For Comobolla, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday *- and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, 4 p ni. Sunday. ; ? For Ponto, Torrabella; Tuesday and' Friday, i) a.m. ; ' arrivo, Wednosday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. For Ycoval, Mt. Aubery, Walina, Parkes, Wednes day and Saturday,^ a.m. ; Monday and Friday 4.30 p.m. : i.- For 'Ourra Creek, Bournowood, Wednesday and ! ' Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive,' Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. ? For Montefiores, daily, 8.43 a.m. j arrivo, daily, 5.15 p.m. .'' 'For Wuulumao, Tuosday and Friday, !) a. in. ; arrive * Tuesday and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
THE WELLINGTON TIMES. ? ? SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quarter, in advance ' Booked, 0 /-. ,. ADVERTISEMENTS: 3/- fov.llrst iucli of spaco, and 1/6 for euoli auooooding inoli per insertion up to. a column of pp«oe and to ton insertions. Liboral discount for stranding mftrsrHsemontB. No advertise ment, hewvovor small, lass than 2/G Ciish, or booked 3/-. All orders far dwteonMnuanco of advertisements or paper to bo in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions oxoeutod on tlio shortost notice at lowest prices.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
General News. Possickers working at King's Piling, near Blayney, discover from time to time nice nugLets of alluvial gold. ' Capstan ' Cigarettes. — These imported cigarettes are now obtainable from all To of. AA -non nonUt 1A Miss Amy Castles, the young Australian soprano, described as a '? second Melba,' has achieved wonderful success at a fare well eoncert in Melbourne. She goes to Europe to complete her studies. 1 . '?::JT6r Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Great Pepperment Cure, 1/6 and .2/6 * Diamouds have been discovered from time to time in tho Araluen River, Carcoar. Japan is issuing a 4 per cent, loan of £10,000,000. The minimun is fixod at 90. The Intercolonial : Miner's Congress, sit ting at Brussels, representing 1,400,000 miuers, support the legal eight hours, .while 30,000 Northumberland miners object. For Children's Hacking Cou^h take Woods' Great Pepperment Cure, 1/6 and 2/6* . _ - TMip mnnitt fnr rlrAdmnry nrnnorfinR in Hiiq colony shows no sign of abatemen...
A Madman's Escapade. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
A ftladiuan's Escapade. . A. telegram to tho Daily Telegraph says -.—A considorable scusation was causod this morning by tho oscapo of a madmau from Mrs. Kerr's private hospital. ¥estordny tho unfortunate fellow, whoso namo is Arrows, , was brought in from Yooval by.liis brother, -who stated that ho was not dangerous, biit other roports say ? his- -wife left him a fortnight ago through .four of losing, her life. lie passed the nig'it .quieuy, out aoout noon co-aay rotusea to talio his mcdiuine. Mrs. Korr loft tho room for a moment, when Arrows sprang through tho window, jumpod tho gardon fence aud bolted up Bank-street with rfo clothing on but his shirt, to tho couster nation of tho wQmon and childron about. Infor mation was given to, -thoiipdlicci-who' subsequently came across the man-stuuding in a watorholo. On the approach of tho, police ho loft thewator-' liolo and took to tho rooks behind tho hospital, ovor a mile from tho town, from w'licli cover lie ?kept' the polico at bay b...
New Cure For Milk Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
New Cure For Milk Fever. Reports regarding the ' now cure ' for milk fever — the injection into tho udder of a solution of iodido of potassium— speak very favourably of its efficacy as a remedy for th9 disease. Tho veterinary adviser of the 'North British Agriculturist,' writes nn fnllnwu nF llm noo „ J .. . _ recent issue of that paper. — 'During the past few months I have tried the injection of iodido of potassium solution into the udder, und have fonnd it to produce excel lent result. The plan adopted by me is to place tho cow in a comfortable position ; sponge the udder and teats with Sanitas and warm water, or phenylo and warm water, and rub perfectly dry with a soft ipugh cloth. I then dissolve from 40 to 60 grains of iodide of potassium in 1^- pint of water that has been raised to boiling point and allowed to stand until it cools dovvn to 100 degrees P. ; then add the iodide of potas sium; stir up, and inject one forth of tho solution into each teat with 'an ordinary indiarnb...
Station Produce [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Station Produce; ? The. fullowing woro the prices quoted by tho Wool :^elliil£'jB!^liora,v.;r\ssboiatio»i iu Sydney ;on-Safcurday:' Sbcopskiusf-r;j\re.i,.inp, full-woolled; li'g.it condition Gjd' to 7Jd' per lb., ; exceptional lines 8il to 8:Vd,' medium condition Gd to Gi, heavy condition 5}d . to half-woolled, light condition 5Jd to 6}d, niedium condition 4Jd to fiji], hoavy condition 4id to 4id.-; short- woolled, light condition 5Jd to'6d, medjiirh condition 4d to 5d, hoavy. condition 3i\to 3-Jd ; polls 3d to 3}d,' broken pieceB 2Jd to'3id ; crossbred, long 5d to 6id, medium 4-i to 4}d, Bhoit 3d to 4d.. £, ? , ' ? Tallow!— Prln'iu mutton, nono offoring ;' good mutton, .none otfering ; prime beef, £20 15s to £21 per ton'; 'good beef, £20 7s Gil to £20 12s 6il ; modjuni beef, £19-I7s. (id to £20 2s ? prime nr'xed, £20 12s 6d to £21 2s Gd ; good mixed,.. £20 to £20 lOsj roqdium mixed, .£19 to £19 15s; broken pack ages, £17 to £18 15s; inforior, £14 to £10. Hides. — Queensland -meatwo...
In Lighter Vein. A VERY BAD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
5ia Ligliler Vein. ? A VERY BAD CASE. A bcofctisli farmer, who was very absent ptimlod, had arranged to go into Perth with a load of hay. Ho led hie horse out of tho stable, buf, runs tho story, instead of back ing into the shafts of Iho cart, ho absent mindedly led tlio animal along the road, and nover so^ much as looked behind, him till ho walked into tho yard where tho hay was to bo delivered. ' Where shall I back into P' ho asked . tho stableman standing by. ' Back in what p' asked the man. Tho liay, you stupid !' ' What hay P Yo'vo nae hay, yo daftie.' Turning round, to his constornatiou tlio farmer discovered that he had left tho wag gon at homo and brought tho horae aloue. In his hurry to repair tho orror, he started off homo fit. a qaick walk, and was half-way back to his own farm before he realised tho fact that, ho had forgotten to bring tho borso with him. HE DIDN'T SIT IT OUT. He wa3 a fragile youth, and didn't dance all tho dances. ' Let's sit it out,' lie said to his p...
District News. STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
~ 'Mistrict News. : : STUART TOWN. :' The-llon'. 'JoBpph '(?ook,: Minister fiir Mjue^:and; Agriculture, is expected here on Friday a|xf, JT Vi ii«.; 2:' He lias eomp to tliis di6triot ,at t'h(| invitation of Mr. C.-L. Garland, to inspect tho, w,onking-of the first gold dredge to' commence operations in tho colony; 'On' 'ali'ghtiug at Stuart uTo\ifn, MiVCoii and party will' s prp'ceod -ti'y couch- to -the . Mii'cquario River, a' diBtance of .10 miles. Tho party is compos ed of representatives- of parliament- and- the press.
Gold Dredging. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
\ Gold. Dre^jriug, It seems to be now gonorally recognisfod- in this colony that thero is ft gro'at frituro hero for- -tho gold- dredging industry! At the .present; time., there- -is unprecedented activity in mining, circles - throughout the country, as regards this, to us, now - method of obtaining the precious met'aii.; It- seems strange that tho matter should naver havo been taken up before, when the -results achieved iu New. Zealand are considered. Iu the latter colouy we find it the'case that the river Clutha, or Molyneanx,: has. been most., successfully ' worked evei- ' sinee 1864, and gold in-paying quantities . has' beon :t'aken from tho bed of tho liver from ttie inception (^fv the enterprise. ? The. country' tiirough \vliich it flows has -received ^ a great impetus, by means of ' the good wages-' and large .domand for employment; feeing how. profitable a venture it has pr^vgd itself.- in; our island neighbDr, Certain' astute inon conceived the.i idea that N;S.' 'V7 ales wa...
Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Local Jottings. A meeting of tho members of tho ' Winter Socials' was hold tit Simms' Rnyal Hotel on Thursday evening. There was a large attendance, and all necessary details for the conduct of tho dances woi o gono into. A musical cveniug in connection with tho Mechanics Iustitnto will bo held noxfc Wed nesday Slstin tho Oddfellows Hall at 8 p.m., admission silver coin. Best talent of tho town assistiug. Crown lands have been advertised in tho Government Gazeiio for salo at Wellington on Wednesday 14th Juno, and Friday 23rd Jtine. . '' Mr. H, P.* Johnson of Spicor's Creek, has, recently takon up a new holdinp, and is effecting extensive improvement thoroon. It sooms strange that aiiyouo should bo fortu nate enough in thoso days to posaoas land well provided with grass and water, but Mr. .: Johnston appears to bo in this happy position. Thero was a slight shower of rain in Wel lingtqji on Sunday afternoon, but not sutE cient to lay the dust. Mi'- Wraggo predicts showers on the coast...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
(bituarj. It id our painful duty to. 'record anothor dea'th in AVellington. ' Mrs. O. Gardoll, fourth daiighter of Mrs. Bishop of 'Mputotioros, passed awayi at tlio re sidence of hor' mother, on Thursday niglit at 7 o' clock. Tho iinmediuto cause .of death was ? pnoumonia Tlio deceased whs sister of Mrs. Coup land, -Mrs. Pearson, ot this town, Mrs. Mcijeoa,ot Spioiu-'s Oi eelt. Tlio burial took place on Saturday morning, at tlio Wesleyan Cemetery, and as evid onco of tlio etseom in 'which the departed was held thorn was a numorous following to the grave, whoro I tho Rev. G. W. Furner oflieiatod. , A 'little girl, -aged 13 yenrs, named Blanche Fe'obry, died on Sunday morning at hor parent's re sidence. 'Tlio cause of doatli was oouvulsions. Deoeasod had not been ill fo^very long. Tho body was takon to Dubbo tin's morning. by tho mail train for iiltoriiiOntjthoro. . . . It' j^a'bpvrtod that tho Club House Hotel has been purchased by Mr. Jam:etf; (Clifford, at a Hatibl'ttotory figure. ...
TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS' Wis -want i correspondent in «vory contro of popu-» lation in thei- Wellington district. Wo also want-' roports of all the Farmors' Unioiis, and ali matters of interest. Note this and let us hear from you. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regu larly will greatly oblige us^ by Bonding notieo . at onco