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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

' s. H. DAWSON, |( Licensed Surveyor, * (Specially Licensed tmder the Real Pro perty Act. -r'jg prepared to nndertako Sub-division X Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, Ac. AddreBB, 'Wellington. WELUKGTON BUTCHERY Sherriff & McCormick, i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Th lee Street. Wellington. Beale and Co's . -tew ' TORPEDO ' SEWING MACHINE l\ ;? undoubtedly TEE Machine of the Day, ?ivtag eoured THREE FIRST PRIZES at the Pr Ute Sydney Show, where all known mokes were ' 'Sit Sh.^ mSb and 00. ».« .u' SSsp'i Gold Medal io, HAPSMKG PIANOS, which are specially constructed for the ^ elimato, and which only require tuning about once ''BEALE8 AND CO. have invented a Machine which can bo altered from lock to chain by simply A , pressing a button. _ Terms to suit tho times. _ , T , ~ Full particulars on application to the Local . Agent or the Manager, Mb. J.MoManub, Boalo and & Co., Dubbo. , ? . ? ladies* General Burse. . MRS. F. COL-REAT Y, having seoured additi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

. THE WELLINGTON TIMES. . - '.SUBSCRIPTION : f -/? per -quarter in advance Booked, 0,/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for llrst- inch of space, ffaud-l/C for each succeeding inch por insertion up to ^..attolunin'of spaee and to ton insorlions. Liberal -.discount for standing advertisements. No advertise o.menfc, hQwcver small, lcsr. than 2/li Ciish, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuance' of advortisrtnents or paper to be in writing. t JOB PRINTING of all descriptions oxecutcd the shortest notice at lowest, priced.

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

\ MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails clooo at the Wellington Post Office, and 'arrive there as follows s — For .Sydnoy, liil.hu rat, Mudgoe, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, 5,30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyugnn, Maryvale, daily, ' 7 ' .'?'tt.mV) a'rrivo, 5.50 p.m. daily. For ...Lincoln, Spicer's Creek,- Goolma, Two-Milo Flat, fcjlillohbnno, Mud goo, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; „,prrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. For Coiiiobolla, Gollati, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturday'i'9 a.m. ; arrive, 0.30 p.m. Thursday, ... 4 p m. Sunday. For Ponto, Terrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. «rnyo,;Wodnc8day;ahd Saturday, 4 30 p.m. ' ForYcoval, Mt. Aubpry, Walnia, Parkes, Wcdnes ? 'day and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday .,-1.30 p.m. '! -For. Curra Ci'oelt, Bournowood, -Wednosday and ., -Saturday, 9 a, in, ; arrive, Monday and Friday, ' 4.80 p.m. For Montcflores, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 p.m. .. ? For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. j arrivo Tuesday aud F...

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The Orange Conference. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

The Sirange Conference. FIEST DAY, TUESDAY, AUGUSJP 15. Tho. Conference of tho Farmers' and Settlors' As sociation commenced its sittings at Orange on Tues day. _ Mr. G. F. Plunkett (Wagga), president, occupicu tlio cliair. Delegates wero present as follows Molone Messrs. J. F. Wynne and A. Banford; Brookone Mr. A. Crawford ; Hay, Mr. R. Gibson ; Gunbar Mr. J. W. Lugson ; Duck Creok, Mr. A. Eraser Sebastapol, Messrs. D. Decgan and W. J. Cart' wright; Narromino, Messrs., W. O'Neill and R Webb; Curra worna, Mr. W. Dyce ; Urana, Messrs' R. D. Culley and P. R. Brett; Forbes, Messrs' Joseph Elliott and .H. W. Luhro ; Goombargona' Mr. F. Howard ; Buthurst, Mr. J. Boyd; Quirindi' Mr! JohnPerry ; Currabubula, Messrs. R.D. Davies » and T. H. Mauuders ; Cootamundra, Mr! J T \ Rcnohan ; Mudgec, Hon. G. H. Cox and G. Stow'art - Lyndhurst, Messrs, J. Ewens and T. Hines ; Bona and Wamboyne, Mr. W. Ewors ; Coolao.Mes'srs. H. J. Crowo and J. Mclnerney ; Crogan and Narrabe'rra' ' Messrs. R. Frater a...

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The Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Tlie Progress Committee. Saturday next will likely prove a ' red letter ' day in the progress of Wellington'. On that day will be held an election for seats on the newly formed Progress Committee. Tho nominations closed last night with 34 names, and as amongst these are several j well-known and esteemed townsmen, the electors will havo an opportunity of select iug nine men who will not only do justice to themselves but will bo a credit to the movemont. Of course as only nine can be selected out of 34, there is a probability of some good men being loft out, but the go.g£ sense of the electors may be relied upon to select rnon of standing and ability. It is believed iu some quarter that there is a con spiracy a foot to bring this deserving movoment into ridicule by casting tlieir votes for some of the candidates who appear ou the list, who ceitaiuly have not confidence of the great bulk of the electors, and who wore probably actuated in their candidaturo'. by motives of selfadvertise ...

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Acetylene Gas. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Acetylene Gas. There is at present on a visit to Wellington a gentlemon i^ho is the inventor and patentee of a system of lighting by acoty lone gas. Mr. Pastori is here arranging with Messrs. G. E. Wise & Co. for the lighting of thoir now premises by this method, ond he is very naturally endeavoring to induce noma Iml.t TTft ,'a 1. ; I, ; I ; „ „ umuio iu UUUJIU OUU.U O *, O^lllUIHUb his patent at the Royal Hotel, and had tho bar brilliantly -lighted last night. Groat crowds of people were there during the evening, and the bril liancy of tho light waB the admiration of all. Tho light will bo exhibited for the next three nights. We took the troublo to inquire into tlio mode of working, and tho cost, and from tho representations mado we aro moro than satisfied that it would be a good speculation for most of our business people, and .even the Council, to adopt tho light and Mr. Paslori's system. A No. 2 generator is being oxhi bitod, «nd this will provide four lights, of 25-can...

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Advance Wellington MESSRS. SHAKESPEARE AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Advance Wellington ! MESSRS. SHAKESPEARE AND CO. These enterprising gentlemen have recently erected a laige furniture emporium in Lee etreet opposite the- ' Conncil ' Clerk's office The building, which is of wood and iron, is 20 feet by 45'feot overall, with a handsome front, aud broad verandah. The show-room ie 20. f tot bv 23 foot, and hns n. hnimht, nf 12 feet botween the floor aud the ceiling. Tbo 'front is alin'csl entirely of glafs with fine. English plat'j gla-ia splay windowt', composed of four pancp, eaclr9feefc by 6 feet. There ?is a fi.ie entrauce .doordfeet wideand 7feet high, and a r.eat little office in the corner of the show -room. ? Tho work-shop, in which several men aro employed, is of nearly - the eatne dimensions as the front room, and affords ample space for making, mending etc. The iiew building was erected by Messrs. Shakespeare and Co., themselves, who are practical cabinet makers and joiners and the structure is a standing monument of what they can do in thi...

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Hospital Sunday. THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Hospital Sunday. THE COMMITTEE. Tho last mooting beforo the great day was hold in the Oddfellows' Hall last night, with the usual good attendance. The minutes wore read aud confirmed. Correspondence was .read from Mr. Haynes, M.P., saying ho had writton tho Stuart Town Band about reduction of fares (half excursion faro), and thatthreo M's.P. would bo present on Sunday ; from Mr. Blackball, Spicer's Creek, ubout hospital box | from Mr. Hamblin, saying the Railway ijimomanco oorps would taso part ; irom Mr. Smith, Bodangora, saying tho Progress Committeo would assist as far as possible; from Secretary of Stuart Town band, saying the band could only como if they got their fares (about £3). Mr. Connor moved that tho Stuart Town band be written to, saying the committee can go to no expense as to fares. 'Mr. McKenna seconded, carried. Mr. Orbell said the football match was a certainty. Mr. 'Thorncraft said tho Sunday morning collection in the Wesloyan Church would be given to the hospital...

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Deaf, Dumb and Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Deaf, and 53)intH* We are requested, to direct attention to aif advertisement in another part of this paper notifying that Mr. Ileury Cooke, the assistant secretary of tho Institution for the Deaf and tlio Blind will viait Wellington in tho courso of a few days for tho purpose of CUllWUUg OUUOtliJJWUUO. J.U1D i.l»BUWUUlUU 10 doing it noblo work. It educates aud trains tho Doaf and Blind and fits them to become useful aud self-supporting members of the community. Pupils aro received from all parts of tho colony and from all classos of society, and the directors desire it to be widely known that povertyis no obstacle to a child's I admission, also that there is room for more I pupils. We hope that Mr. Cooke's appeal will result in a substantial addition - to the funds of this deserving and popular Institu tion. Persons kuowing of deaf and blind children who have not been educated are earnestly requested to inform Mr. Cooke or the Hon. Secretary (Mr. Ellis Robinson) whose address is 22...

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Senior-Sergeant Chiplin. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Seuior-Sergeanl Cliiplin. In view of the recent promotion of several; police officers to the ranks of Sub-Inspectors}; we make no apolopyvin asking why the un-: doubted claims to advancement of 'Senior-, Sergeant Chiplin have been ' ignored. 'We doubt if any of the' officers who have been i jjiuuiuiuu uuusiiuw na uiuuy 3'UJirs ui uuuui-i able service. Only a few years back, he,; unaided, ran to earth a man who attempted to rob tho Bank of Now South Wales in this town. Tho teller of this bank, and the manager of another, received promotion and presentations for their share in tho affair,-, but Mr. Chiplin, not being a favored bank', ing official, received no recognition what ever. It would almost seem that some in fluence behind tho scenes were at work to : keep him from the promotion which he has! honorably anil justly earned. Under his care^ Wellington has for yoars been ' wonderfully free from crime of all kinds, simply because of his close control and strict attention. Whilst str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

To our Subscribers. Any subscriber not receiving. the paper regularly will greatly oblige us by sending notice at once. NEC TEMEKE NEC TXMIDE ? THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1899.

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Cricket. FIFTH TEST MATCH. ENGLAND—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Cricket. FIFTH TEST MATCH. ENGLAND— First Innings. .? F. S. Jackson, b Jones ,. . ... v 118 T. Hayward, o Iredalo, b M'Leod ... ... 137 Ranjitsinhji, c Howell, b. Jones ... . , , ... . 54 O. B. Fry, o Worrall, b Jones ...- . ..; 60 A. O. M'Laren, c Trumpor, b Trumblo 49 O. L. Townsend, b Jones ... 38- W; M. Bradley, run out . ... ?'... ^ ' ... 0 Lockwood. b Trumble ... ,. ' 24 A. O. Jones, b Noblo ... ... '? ... 31. Lillcy, c Iredalo, b Noblo .... 37 Bhodes, not out ... ... ,/? ' ...' 8 Sundries ... ... ...^ 20 ' Total ... ... ~ - ... ' -,....676 Bowling: Jonos,four for 1G3; Noble, two for 96; Trumble, two for 107 ; M'leod; one for l31; Howell, none for 43: Worrall, nono for 15. ? ? ? AUSTRALIA. — First Innings. Trumble, c and b. A. O. Janes, ? ... 24 ?wr ? ii „ tr ? i. ' 3 v-',- ' - ' ? k~. vvorruu, u t»iii wuru, u uuutnwu ??r.s-m. :f . I Noble, b'Lockwood ..^ t* -... *- ... 9 Trumpor, c Lilloy, b A. O. Joni'S' ' ... v » ''i-'.-'. 6 Darling, c Fry b Lockwocd... * - ? * ..'i 71 Gieg...

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Telegraphic News Sydney, Monday, 3 p. m. Treasurer's Budget Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Telegraphic News ^ , ? (From ouk own Correspondent ) ; : ; 'Sydney, Monday, 3 p. m. :'?! i v Treasurer's Budget Speech. During tlio delivery of tho budget speech last bight' tho Treasurer showed that the rovonueand expendi' turo for the past year, had largely oxceoded Mr.. Reid's estimate. Heclaimodtliat tho year had closod ?wtih a- credit- balanco of £135,000. Ho further estimates ?the revenue for the current year at £9,754,000 or a. decrease of £34,000 on last year's figures. ' After providing for all expenditure and rccKoning naiances rrom iaac year, no estimates . a surplus at the end of tho current financial year 'of about £21 ;000. He has no intention of interfering with the tariff, but proposal incioased pr6bato duties, and -jutliued a proposed for tho establishment of a Stato Bank, and promised to lay bofore the llouse during'this session, a scheme for Old Ago pensions. Tlio differences between the statements . of.;tlVp Treasuror and , tho. A,uditpr-Gpnora},-..)(forpf ,'seve...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Markets. Messrs Tfhomas nnd Rutton report having sold during tho past .week as follows : — Bullocks, at £0 per head; dry. ewee, at 8s Gd.pfir liend j turkeys1, gobblers, 8a 9d per pair j turkeys, hens, 6s 3d por pair; bacon, sugar cured sides, 8d per lb; butter; factory by case, Is. per lb ; eggs, new laid, 8J pet dozen ; fowls, table, to 2s 0d per pair. _ j' Prices supplied by A.. B. Gago, Wellington ? Sbcopskins, GJd per lb; hides 2 id to 3d per lb; opossum skins, 5s 3d to 6s per dozen; kangaroo skins, Is to Is 3d por lb ; .wallaby skins, 9d 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 £12 to £14 per ton. Prices supplied by I. Bergman k Co., Wellington — Sheepskins GJ-d. per lb. ; hides 2d. to 3d. per lb.; opossum skins 0s. per dozen; horsehair Is. to 1/3 per lb.; beeswax 9d to lOd per lb. Wheat.— N. S. W.,. milling, 2s lOd to 3s ; second quality, 2s 8d. Flour.— K.S.W.. £0 12s 0d to £0 17s Od ; Vic., £0 IS. .Q A -fin...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

Local Jottings. Dyspeptics— read E, P. Solomon's dental! notice. ? ' ; As showing the demaud for Wellington.! produco, a correspondent informs us that 10 .tons of flour, on the waggons of Messrs. Newby, passed through here^ last Friday on route to Coonamble. . The roliabic Family Remedy, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/0 and 2/0* ? Tho name of Warne has been changed, and tlio little station will henceforth, bo known as Euchareena. This has been done -because the old namo was often confounded 'with Warren, and goods consigned to. the fof'mer place were, often taken in error to the. latter. ? . v Your, sight tested and (he best spectacles' supplied for every dofccfc of tho eyes, difficult cases a speciality, i. ,W. Marnhall, practical optician, Percy-street, Mr. James Say, late acting-postmaster at Cumnock, has been appointed to Wagga. A sond-olf was- accorded to -Mr. Say, at which the principal speakers — Messrs. Loary Black, Marsden, and Miller — warmly eu logis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

To Farmers and Producers. T- 'M'TTnTTT^T.Ti w1,° 1,08 OMriod on hia GENERAL COMMISSION , * ' BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to ,R?n°ral P'Jblic tl.at ho. liriB bcen ^ requreted by many of hia old patrons, as well a. now onfes, to establish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto tho request was made, but the want of proper ?ccoirimodation prevented hia carrying out this objeot. Ho now begs to »tate that ho ia shortly removing to now and commodious premises next the ROYAL HOTEL, and will there Sell Weekly tho Producc that his patrona offor, which will include FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE POULTRY EGGS, &o., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &o., &o. ' WV P. M. desires to notify that bo is taking in a Partner who is in ovory way capablo to conduct a -. business, and tho firm will honoeforth bo known ua MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for tho following: — MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGERY. Sydney.0 ' MESSRS. CROSSING &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

In Tun SuritEsiu Couiit or V Nkw South WnLKS. - PUODATB JUBISUIOTION. ) In tho WILL of PHILIP FABRELr, FLOOD,. iato of CudgcbugoiiK, near Gulgong, in tho Cobny of New Soutli Wales, Fanner, decoascd. APPLICATION will'bo made after fourteen days from the publication hereof, that Probato of Die lust Will of tlio abovenamod deceasod may . bo granted to SUSANNAH ELEANOR FLOOD, tho solu Excoutrix naiped in the said Will, and all notices may be served at tho oillco of the uoder signod. LESLIE GEORGE ROUSP, . Proctor for tho Executrix; May no Street, Gulgong. WANTED a position as GOVERNESS, assist in all Duties, also SEWING. Excellent re ferences. Experienced. Apply to ? M.M., Office of tho ' Times.' To Brickmakers. TI1ENDERS are invited for MAKING and BORN JL ING about 00,000 BRICKS at ' Murrumbong,' 16 miles from Wellington. All particulars from the undersigned. Tendors closo on TUESDAY, 12tb SEPTEMBER. : A. E. ANDERSON, Curra Crook. Fruit Trees, Roses, . Furniture, Drapery, &c AU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

For quality, cut, fashion and fiinish the suitings supplied by Price and Co., 114 King St., Sydnoy, are unexcelled. This firm enjoys a. high reputation thrbughoub city and country for tho perfection of its goods and that reputation it is determined to maintain. Visitors to Sydney would do well to call promptly at the establishment and. seo for them selves. Those unable to do .so' should send ,for samples and self measurement forms and state' about the price desired. Suits from £3 3s ; Trousers from 16/6. A magniflcont assortment of winter suitings just oponod.* The smart boy ; we all bear of him. But the duller plodding boy will beat him in tho long run. Why ? Because tho latter has the gift of application Note this fact parents and bo^s, it's worth* storing in your knowledge box.' Similarly Woods' G-roat Peppermint Cure is a brilliant discovery ; but its eflloaoy lies in its application No cold, oatarrh, or kindred complaint can stay when it at arrios, Mark this : Is, Gd. and 2s. G...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. . ? 4 ? CHAPTER VIII.— (Continued.) A pause followed this outburst. The pair it the distant fire oontinued to laugh and talk completely engrossed in one another. Una seated herself, ber eyes ^downcast, her breast heaving, her lips quivering. Edith Sabine looked at her quietly, deliberately, from beneath her lowered eyelids before she . apoke. ; ' You are very emphatic, Una, but hardly explanatory,' she said,- slowly and coldly. * Do you mean that there is danger of Red mond falling in love with Norah Cashel? That is the only idea I can form.' 'It is not an ? idea ' — You know it to bell fact ! ' Una retorted. ' I feared it would be ^ bo from the first, and told you my opinion ^ before she ever came here. And when I saw ber, I felt certain as to what would be the result of her presence here. There waB danger then — there is certainly now. Her knowledge of your father's condition, her Sympathy with your brother in bis trouble, has established a con...

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WARN ID (EUCHAREENA.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 August 1899

WARNE (EUCHAREENA.) From our own correspondent. There was a meeting of the Progress Committee on Friday night when the         ., several oflicors woro elootod for . the onsuing ? ' ' ? .;.V : ^ . ,.y. ? vear. Mr. E. B. Edwards again became I president, and in a few well-chosen remarks thanked tho committee for the honor con ferred on him. Mr. H. Hannelly was appointed secretary, after a little hesitation on his part.     The Orango Progress Association naked for some assistance in petitioning tho rail way authorities concerning the rates, so as to enable the storekeepers in Western towns to compete in tho Sydney men. The com mitteo after some discussion, declined to tako any autiou in tlio matter. The following letter was read during the meeting : — ' With further referenco to your letter of tho 3rd ultimo, relative to proposed change of- name of tlio Warno Railway T ts-h fnrm VAII . ftinfc the matter has...

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