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The Show Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

The Show Ground. Covcral membors of tho working committoo' of tfie P and A Association assembled on tho bIiow ground on Saturday afternoon for this purpoBO of aclictiug a suitable «itc for tho new grand-stand. ATter taking into consideration all the pros and cons, u position was selected on tho North side of tlio new pavilion, and this dooision mot with genorul 'upprovul. ; Dur inga clint wilh Mr Hycronimus that gentleman men tioned tliut ho hopod tosoo the two present pavilions joined by moans of a large dome, and further ho lipped to see up attempt mado to Bceure thp prcsenco of tlio Governor ut the next annuul show. ..

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. (Before Messrs. F. H. Makinson, P.M., and J. Aarons und M. Veech, J's.P.) MARY ANN ARNIEL v. HARRY COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before Messrs. F. H. Makinson, P.M., and. J. . . Anrons and M. Veecb, J'b.P.) , Maby Ann Abnibii v. Haeby Collins, ThU 'was the first case callcd on, but as tlio pro secutrix did not put in an attendunco tho.cdso wus struck out. During the hearing of another case later on, Mr Ryun, of Dubbo, announced that.be had been, under a misapprehension as to tho time of' starting and desired to take out a fresh summons. This WUs dono and tlio caeo wan further adjourned: [111 I'lo iil'XE V101U vi uie i. ill. jur. juegarKjr up* peared for defendant. Richaed Olfoed t. Maey Dbakin. Richard Olford appealed as agont for Dr. Robor* Rygato. to ask for tho ejection of ono Mary Deakin from a tenement in G'obolion-streot. Mr. Quirk appeared for plaintiff, and- 'Mr. Hogarty appeared for Mr. Bassott on bohalf of defendant. Richard Olford deposed that he had boen acting as agent for Dr. U. Rygato since the 6th of March. In the first week of May, ho bad called up...

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Farnham. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Farnliaiii, N (rrom our own correspondent.) . . After the long continued showory woather, we : have at length been favored with pleasant spring-like . days, although tho nights are somewhat cold and frosty still, causing less, growth in grass arid herb .. ngothun .would othorwiso bothecaso. Thoro ia still . pocd of a heavy rainfall to leave a supply of water for tho summer for mining purposes. Work at tho Mnseotto miuo is going on briskly. . . With tho advent of tho now managor, Mr. Ccleman, - to aireffl onnrntinna if. ia n largo numbor of mon will be employed. The ex ?. cavation for tho orection of tho now battery is going on, and arrangements for conserving tho necessary quantity of wator aro to bo mado at once ; this, with , , ^otlior contingent sources of employment, will give work to a considerable number of men at onco ; though tho krgor body of minora will not find oo .. . cupution until these matters have reached a furthor v . of completeness, Tenders aro also being called »...

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Maryvale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

maryvale. (From our own correspondent.) ^ . The anniversary of tho Sunday school was . '/ celebrated by a.pionic held in tho town paddock on ' the 16th inst.; and it being a beautiful day every thing passed off with great eclat. A bountiful ' supply of edibles was provided by tho ladies, and much appreciated by everyone. In the evening a . concert, was held in Mr. Everett's Hall, tho Bov. I. ' Bngg being in tho chair, supported by Mr. E. G. liewis, supcnntunuanc or tuo Sunday scnool, wno ' . during tho evening stated that 12 monthB ago they . opened tlio school with 30 scholars ; now they had 85, with an iivorago attendance of 30. The follow 'ing was tho programme Chorus, 'Let tho : Heavens reBOiftid,' by tho Wellington Wesleyan Church choir; ' Never to part,' Mrs. Etheiington ; t reoitation, ' The Poor Orphan Girl,' Miss Florrie (—Duncan duet, Mr. and Mrs. Ottway ; recitation, : Master W. Everett j song,' Mr. Etherington ; song, 'My dolly,' littlo Miss E. Fisher; song, 'Tho . . Hol...

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DISTRICT NEWS Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

DISTRICT NEWS Bodangora. (From a corregpondont.) This prettily situatod villago is at tho present timo looking at its bost, owing to tho excellent woatlior that has been granted to us, and overy whore ono looks the eye is struok by tho evidonoos of tho ap proach of spring and its attendant beauties. Crops and grass aro forcing upwards, and judging from ap pearances plontiful feed is cortain. Those who own stock depasturing on tho common will hail with delight the advent of the government contractor, Mr. A. ,W'. Lowe, who successfully : tendered for tho erection of. a- windmill- and forma - - tion of a well at foot, for- tho use of the stock, and in conaequonco thoreof tlio sight of all tho poor -' : animals boing driven to Kaiser, to -tho crook thero, -3V' for water will not bo seen this your, as it was duily ' Isst summer. Mr. E, G. Peacock, who occupied tho position of ?ecretary to tho Progress Committoo, having romovod to Cobar, tho duticB in connection with that ofllco have boon...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Local Jottings. ; ? DyjpopticB — read E, 1J. Solomon's dental _ . notice: ^ - The Mayor invitod as many prominent ; townsmen as could be found after 10 on Saturday night to meet Mr. Haynes and i„v Mr. Law, Ms.P., at ihe Royal Hotel, to have a glass of wine. There wore no speeches, ' Mid nothing of importance transpired. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Poppor mint Cure, 1/6 and 2/G. The Mutual Improvement Society meeting ?..??? on Friday lapsed for want of a quorum. . Coiue and seo chairs for 3s 3d ab Shakoapooro's.* Progress Committoo candidates addressed . * tbe- electors from Conuor's balcony on Fri day night. Friendly badinago kept the -crowd in good humour, and oveiybody was ' happy and laughing. Child's high chairs Bb 6d at Shakespeare & Go's.* Tho cry of tho penniless on Saturday and Sunday was, vacuus cantabit coram latrone viator — tho man with empty pookets can sing boforo the fair robber. The social bcmig got up by the*HaIf~Holi day Association uvontu-.tcs i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

' Soilence in the Coort I' tlio bobby cried, And I really thought I should have died, With tho coughing hern, and tho miffing thero, Till the Judgo, onraged, eaicl ' I declare, This row no longer I'll endure, Just lendfor Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure.'* Wellington Starr-Bowkett Building Society. A BALLOT for £200 will tuko placo' at tho SOCIETY'S OFFICE on TUESDAY, 29th Instant, at 9 p.m. ALFRED ROSE, Sec. Wanted, to Purchase. ONE or TWO BAGATETTE TABLES. Must be' in Good: Condition. Stato price and where to bo seen. 'Apply, ' ' Wm. HESLIN, . ' Bodangora. Land for Sale. W. P. MIICHELL & CO. Will Sell by Public Auction at 2 p.m. on SATUR DAY, 26th AUGUST, on accouut of tho Trustees of the Crano Eatato a PARCEL of LAND in Swift Street, ' about 33ft frontage, and about 2J chains depth, close Railwoy Station. ' GOOD BUILDING SITE foranyono going in for Business Premisos. Notice. Itlio undersigned, will not be responsible for V any DEBT or DEBTS niy wife, HANNAH HESLIN, my contra...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Telegraphic News (From OUK ? OWN'CORRESPb'NDENT ) ' Stdney, Monday, 3 p. m. Russell's forecast is heavy wind on coast, with, showers, and thunderstorms inland, with some rain. ~ Whoat, 2s 9d to -s 1W ». chickwhoat, 2s 3d to 2s Gd ; flour, L6 10» to L7 ; maize, 2s 9d j. cjiaff, L2 15s to L3 10s i oaten' bay, L2 15s to JA; lucerne, L2 to L 4. During recent severo gales in New Zealand, build, - ings on wroac isarrer iBiunu nuro The French stoamer St Louis broio her shaft be- . tween Sydney and Noumea, and was towed into Byron Bay. ' , ? ' ; Cardinal Moran, Bpeating at thoonuual breaftfast of tho Australasian Holy Catholio-Guild, yesterday, dealt with the influence of the Soman. Catholic Church in various parts of tho world. : Referring to recent rumours about his retirement from the leadership of the Opposition, Mr Barcon says he never utterod anything that would justify such an assertion . - - The Opposition discuss the wholo matter next Wednesday . Tho Government Astronomer predicts ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Capstan Cioaiikitks. — Theso imported cigarettes aro now obtainable from ull tobucconists ut 4d por packet of 10*

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Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Hospital Sunday, ;Tho great Hospital Sunday dempostration has coino and gone, and tho feeling is unanimous that tho success achieved has bepn commonsui-ato with tlio worlhiness of tho objoft. Tho- demonstration was fpread over both Saturday anil Sunday,' arid the uol' loetions made both flays' woro vory^grat-ifying in thoir results. On Saturday a football rrtatch was plsyid uri ajuii xrui-K uuuweon vvewington town jinoLuista'Icr, when, thero were quite 1000 peopl'd'iipresorit sCBhtiu ladies with red cross badges woro ovorywhero, and, as. ono .speak'or said,, you cpgldu't coraor wjthout'- a liospitol box..b'eiiig~pue Siatfo^ouV nose. Ou the foptbpll ground tho ladies pra^(|_Jly j' kopt tho line,'' and a houso-to-liouse ennvass was also mydp in.,t]io, piorriing, . Thq boxes grftdjaally b'eeamo lieay.y, and at last niostiof tho hulius-liBd to use both hands to hold them, tho weight was so great.. .Tl'i'e, bnnk wero swept clean, of copucr and small silver coins, and when these whorc.gon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

The roliablo Family Remedy, Woods' Great Poppormint Curo for Coughs and Colds, 1/0 an 2/0*

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The Procession [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tiie Procession^ At 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon tho rfrotcBtan Allianco, the Oddfellows, tho cadets, fcholiandsj and othora taking-part in tho -'pracesBiiu : commenced 'to roll npi and-.'tho- stieets gradually ;be.car(io^full;of people;- At 2.30' punctually tlio prpfcossidn . was formed, headed by the two principal officers of tho Oddfellows. - Tho following was the order , Wellington Band of 12 performers ](led by!Mr! - ?R. Porter). '. :?*; x-roiesranc Alliance or ji mcmoers in regana. Lorry with tho Railway Amlbulanco CorpB, with' four patients bandaged. Cpmbined Bodangora and. -Wellington'' Bond ' ;. i of .17 performers (led by-;Mr..j.Lougbnan}.. ^.'i /V^e.lirigton .PuJjlic. School Cadets, numbering.1 42, led by. their. officers. .? ? v' : ~va *?' «? Oddfellows' Banner, from Nyngan. i! j ? '0(ldfello,\ye,:num boring 50 in regalia/.oHd M)(Jut;- 10- others. J ??i-xj --Lorry' with Hospital Bed, with patient, and itivO1' { nurses ^(5ilies; 'Graee: Barnett ^in outdoor co-tumo,' and ...

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FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

FOURTH DAY— 'THURSDAY. Mr. Brown proposed, d'nd 'it was corned, that porBons obtaining advances bo oxempted for five ? yearB from payment of capital instalment, interes} only being charged. Also, that an advanco for dis* charging oxisting mortgage may be obtained without the coOTeut of tho mortgagoo, provided such mortgage is wholly discharged thereby. . Also, that tho maxi mum period of advanco be increased from 10 to 42 vears. Mr. Neas propoaod, and it was carried, that fines should not bo deducted from odvancos made to dis tressed settlers, and whore deducted should bo re funded., Mr. Grigg proposed, and it was carried, that tho Stock Acts bo conaolidatcd ; that tho Stock Board bo under tho Minister for Agriculture; that all stock routos, etc , be placed Under. tho local stock boards ; ond that uniform aBsossment and bonuses be made throughout the colony under tho Stock Act. An amondmcnt to tho last proposition was pro posed that stock asBOBsments bo abolished;' and a further ame...

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The Speeches [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

- : Tiie Speeches. On tlio platform' we noticed Messrs. Haynes and Law, M's.P., the Mayor (Mr. J.;. P.' Clifford), and' Messrs. Wilkins, J, D. Brown, Connelly, Mitchell, Rushby, Bergman, Tait, Rose, Porter, J; D. and'G. W. Brownhill, Iferr, Pyne, C. H. Barton, Connor, Nancarro.Wj and,Dr.:C. Rygate. »' ?; -Mr. J. P. Clifford, (Mayor), 'introduced MessrB Haynes atld Imw, MsP. to tho meeting. I Ho. took the oppoitunity of expressing tho pleasfire; lie felt in seeing sucn a splendid crowu, ana tne evident .solicitude displayed by thom in this niost laudable demonstration. Ho hoped that as a result 'of the two days' workings, a very substantiaLsum would be collected towards the propoBeed now building. He might mention that the intention of Mr. Hayrios wus to bring three other members of the Legis lative Assembly with him, but these had unfortun ately been prevented from getting away. Tlio. speak-, er read apologies from tho Revs ,G. WV Furner, and. .Isaac Bugg. .Both gentlemeu Sve're cxt...

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THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

THIRD DAY-THURSDAY. Mr. Brown moved that the application fees for ringbarking upon annual leases bo abolished. Mr. Ewes moved that tho conference re-alllrms tho principlo of Govornment'loans, and urges upon the Government tho necessity of proceeding, im mediately with a more permanent ond comprehen sive measure than tho Advances to Settlors Act. Mr. Cox thought tho present act was not Biiffl. ciontly liborul. The principal and interest had to 00 repaia in ton yeuru. iu r juiuriu iii ires oi yvaio, Mr. Pearse Baid the resolution did not go' far enough; He moved ob an amendment that the establishment of a State Bank would bo wider in its operations and more benPficial, and the conference should urgo the Government to establish a Stats Bank as soon ds possible. Mr. M'Inerney ond Mr. Crawford agreod withjtho amendment. _ Mr. Whitmoo said the Stat'o already assisted the farmers, and other industries should alao bs asaistqd. Tho amendment was carried. M-. Hall proposed that the Minister f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

WJLI) CHERRY BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, - , Croup, Hoarseness, and all aflec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from tho oxpressod juico of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ingredients, will bo found tho moBt useful medicine for chest affections. Propared and Sold by . J AMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) - Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL, HALL, tfANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr.E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, Has dccided to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and for the present may bo consulted at tho , ? - CLUB HOTEL. ? ' I INDIGESTION. ?„rl'horo is no raore common cause of Indigestion or Dyspepsia than imporfect .mastication ; no more ' fruitful source of hoadache, neuralgia, nausea, heart-. ? burn, flatulence, diarrhcaa, dysentry, and various -othor disorders. Indigestion, largely induced by .. imperfect mastication, is probably tho occasion of more disorders than can be traced to any other one . ? cause. , EXTRACTIONS, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

'ST if DAWSON, |0: Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Fro- q ? y v perty Act. f J ? TS prepared to undertake* _ Sub-division „ - I Surveys of aU kinds; taking of levels, JJ. - Ac. Address, Wellington. ? .' token - WELLINGTON . BUTCHERY whiol ' jajjQ. — W*-jr lation Slierriff & McCormick, be WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTQHERS. , The- . ivea Street, Wellington, f : ; Beale and Go's «? / oPuted TBBEB FIRST PRIZES at the Privtt ? sysr^»* knownmoiieBwere -exhibited and putin the shoe. _ 00. were ? PIANOS which are Bpocially constructed for the BU( ffiandlbidh only require tuning about once 00. hav* invented a' Machine whS Sta altered from lock to chain by simply A Ho, .crossing a button. ? ; ; a.! - - Co., Dubbo. ? ? ? ? ; Ladies' general Nurser MBS p, COL-RBAVY, having secured addition- T-1 a ? Jledieal Attendance. ^ . rnnTTOHEMENT. - JJ LADIES received for their ACCOUUttiiauitt i, or waited on at their ownReBidence. in bc ' . ' Koto the Address— Ket MRS. F....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

To our Subscribers Any subscriber not receiving the paper tegulaily wi'l greatly obligo us by sending . - 'notice at once. ' ' Uftalttngf on touts ? NEC TEMBBE NEC TIMIDE MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1899.

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Coming Events. : snows. . September 20 and 21 : Cowra P. and A. Society. RACES. 1 ? Mudgee Joeboy Club, Noven.bor 8th und 9th.

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The Orange Conference. SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tbe Orange Conference. SECOND DAY— WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. Mr. C ox proposed that a provision be introduced iu tho Land Apt to allow holders of C.P., H.8.,and S.L., who have:fulfilled all conditions for at least ono year, to apply to tho land board to exchange their holdings. Carried. Mr. Brown proposed that holders of homestead selections and settlement leases be allowed to enclose roads, and to be onabled to claim compensation from adjacent holders for use of boundary fence. Carried. A motion proposed by Mr. Brown providing for the Government clearing new land and clvnm'ma sb'ttlers 4 per cent, on the money expendod, was de« footed. Mr. Frasor proposed, and it was carried, that when a selector takes up land adjoining a stock route, or reserve, tho leBsce be compelled to pay half cost of erecting boundary fence. = Mr. Scott proposed, and it was carried, that the opnference urgo upon the Government tho necessity of granting a suspension of one year's rent to holderi of land in thp/dro...

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