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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Small Debts Court. Harris Lovy v. Thomas Hirst, Vordiot for com. plainanfe. Fong Loo v.-G. G. Sajor. Adjourned till 8tk Soptombor. Isaao Borgoaan v. Charles Paten. Vordiot for amount claimed, with costs. Ellon Hoath v. Gcorgo Sloane. No parties. Wong Hi Loo v. Leo Sam. Olaini £6 5s 6d Ver. diet for amount, with costs of 4s 10d and 6s. Mr Quirk appoared for proacoutoi. ' Michael MoGrath y. H. Lovolock. Struok out. wuurgu iuhuu v. uouu aayor. vordiot for £3 2s in all. Alfrod Barlow v. John O'Brien. Mr. Quirk an* pearod for Barlow, and O'Brion was defended br Mr. Hegarty for Mr. BaBaott. Proaoeutor olaimod £3 12a for work dono. Defendant paid into court £2 14s as tho amount he considered he was owing Alfred Barlow said ho agreed to clcar ground on defendant's proporty at tho rate of 8b por acre He had completed 9 acres. Dofondant had wanted him to do 3i acres more, and -booouso ho refused would only give him 6s an aoro for what ho had dono. Patrick Murphy and William Stevonson gave ovi...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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The Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tbe Hospital. His Worship the Mayor, accompanicd by Alder man Flanagan and Messrs. J. D. Brown, Rushby, Wilkins, Rose, Brownhill, and ' Broom, cscorted Messrs. Hayjies and Law, M's.P., on a tour of in spection to the hospital yesterday morning. Tho members expressed thoir opinions very freely about the hospital, and condemned tho building and- tho site ; and our member promised, if tho townspeople got up a petition, asking for a special grant of £500 to £1000 and u grunt of Iund for a new hospital, to preBont tho same to Parliament, push tho matter through, and sec that wo get what wo ask for. Tho delegation afterwards walked round and selocted a now site on the hill behind tho Common stockyards, whioh is 'a Govornment reserve, and is open to every brcozo and will got every glint of tho sun. All wo liavo to do now is. to prepuro our potition and pre sent it in throo months, and in eighteen months a splendid new hospital building will bo gracing tho town of Wellington. This is a matt...

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The Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

The Progress Committee. WlliuBtou has at last wakod up, and thrown oil the slcopy mantlo. which has envolbpod it for, so long a timo. Tho oloction for nirio seats ou tho Progress Committee, which took placo on Saturday, was a ro volation. There was moro oxoitomorit than at a gnnoral oloction for a member of Parliament, and quiiu us uiunyy 11 liut mon*) vuiud pynuu , uuu ua tu a municipal oloction, tho diffuronco was as botwecn day and night. Thirty-four candidates woro nominated, and us thero wero only nine to bo elected, tho work of selection was a very difficult ono. Somo first-class men had to bo sacrificcd, and yet wo pan truly ony, that, the mon solected aro a vory good,, lot, and it would fee' hard' to improv'o on thom, Different peoplo liuvo different fancies, and ono man is suggcstoil for another; but tho majority of people hare said tho men selected are tho best, being the ^uiiuiuu ui UIU umjumj. xuu pun v»u» vpuuuu uu nino in tho morning, with Alderman F. H. Kennard as ret...

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The Federal Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tbe Federal Concert. .On Thursday evening one of tho largest audiences evor seen at a concert in Wellington assomblcd in tho Band Hall. Tho Federal Leaguo had a small debt balanco after thp campaign, and the conunittro thought the best thing to dp was to hold a concert, and give all tho surplus to the Hospital. How Ihp affair was organized is JBhown by the result, .which. mnv ha rmialilv fitnfcnrl tta a (tloun alinnK fnp flin League and a donation of o.ver £5 to tho.Hospital. : Mp. Wilkins acted with his.; usual ? energy 'in * this matter, and Mr. Leo was a good concert organizor; Tho Mayor was in tho ohair; and said a few words about tho Hospital,' and at the ond thanked the ladies and gentlemen taking part in tbe concert for thoir servicos. Wo might, gently suggest to certain men in the back of tho hall that ' barraoking ' lady singers is not considered tho correct thing for gentle men, and that smoking in a public hall is soraotimes very objectionablo to ladies and children. We h...

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Wellington Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Wellington .Bicycle Club. This newly-fornied club hcld amoeting ori'Friday ' night; .Tho great. number of interesting matters on in -town just now prevented a largo attendance, but a dozen were presont. Mr. J. D. Brownhill occupied theJchair. After the minutes were' read and con firme'l, Mr. Whoatly, a Mudgee cyclist, gave somo infifti-pRfincT-nartiniilftra' and 'nut* t.hn mnmhpi-R lin' frn many good points in tho ru'es. ? Correspondence was read from the N.S.Wi Leaguo of Wheolmen, con gratulating tho club on tho formation. A motion was carried that 5s be tho annual subscription. A motion was carried that a cycle meeting be held on tho Show Ground on September 27th. The affiliation fee to' tho Leaguo is to be sent down at once. As to funds, Mr. Simms gavo £1 Is to start the club, and several members paid their subscriptions. . The success of tho olub i'b now assured.'

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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Warden's Court. ! Application -No. 0 for dredging claim ou Macquarie (River of John Frederick -Brunton, opposed by R. T. B., Gaden, T. H. Barker, and 15. J C'urctou. ; 14up,ciif.o had previously been gone into at a former sitting, 'dnd the evidence had boeu forwarded to the Minister for Mines ; tho Minister now sent it baok lor luruier luiormauuu re oi pcggiug, uengiuy evidouco was given byobjectorb, Tho fresh ovidonco will be forwarded to tho Ministor again. Mr. Booth appeared for objectors, and Mr. Bassett for applioant.

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The £10 Donations. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tbe £io Douatious. .Tlio following gentlemori have already promised a s'pbcidl dotidtioii of £10 towards tho new hospital : — Mossrs. Rushby, J. Dowd, C. H. Barton', Campboll and Dr. C. Rygato. I'ho following are also under stood to liuvo 'promised, but wc are not qaito cortain of tho information : — Messrs.- Jas. Clifford, W. A. Gardiner, Whiteley, A-'Bockott, Smith, andiDr. :Rygate'of Sydnoy. We hopo to hoar of at least ten imoro. acting in u similar gonorous manuor.

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

Football. A match wa» played on Saturday, on Bell Park, betwoen the Wellington olub and a toim drawn from the district. Mr. C. 0. Martin organiied the latter team, arid altogithor it was a very fair combin ation. The fixture wa9 in aid of tho hospital, and all the afternoon the assiduous colloctorii were hard at work, ' bailing lip' overy likely and unlikely oori tribntor. Tho victims werj mnny, but took their eruol eood naturedly as far as outward appearances went. There must hare beon 1000 spcctutors, and these were ever ready to applaud any good pieces of play by cither side. It cannot bo said, that the contest was a close one, although at times it was interneting. The Wollington players were too much: for the scratch team, and their combined play proved Srry#-; istible. , The district mon comprised some! vtfb good players, and it is not too much to say thut With a month'a ploy . together, they could givo their powerful opponents a shaking up. Both sidos;were. represented by the ...

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Monday's Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

'!? ?'? Monday's Returns. UiTtb aur. going to preas.two other boxes had coino in,itllaro*f!MiPs 'Wilsori, containing the sum . of L7 3s 9d, and Misses Veech - (Oaklcigh and Mountain View) LC. Further' additions to amounts alreudy recorded aro :rr-Mrs Anderson, LI lis ; Mrs, Dr. Rygate,' 4s 2d ; MrB Bough Is Tho collcction in aid of. the hospital also benefited to tho oxtont of L3 3s 8d by means of tlio offertory at St John's Church Tho amounts from tho other churches have yet to coir.o in

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Stallion Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Stallion Parade. The fixturo did not moet with success ,owing^ 'to its clashing with othor important ovqiits. There wore six or seven stallions on the ground, bjt not ''many more than fifty peoplo to inspeot tliem.

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The Collection Boxes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

Tbe Collection Boxes. The boxes woro handed in at tho Bank of New South Walos on Sunday night, and ai willing blind of counters got quickly . to work. Sevorul ladies were present, and tho excitcment of each count was very great. Tho lids of the boxos were unscrowod, and generally a greiit shower of coppor fell on tlio' ?tables, ' but tliore- wob 'something olso .us well, and sometimes oneques, notes ana goia were counted first. ' And oven copper counts up to a big sum when there is so much as wus visible last night. Thefifst box gave over £5, thon £10, then £3, and then the ' boomer ' of the whole lot; £27. Tho rivalry be tween tho ladies was kcon, and all were anxious to know tho -result, and somo ladios waited patiently tifl'all in were'eounted. Twenty boxos woro received up toJ9.30 loBt'night, and there, were still thirteen ?to come in.. The total for the twenty was £122 16s Od, to which has to bo added £5 12s from tho Federal ?Leagiio concert, and whatever may come from tho otho...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 August 1899

, . THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VI II. — (Continued.) . 1 Norah ' — putting both bands upon tbe ^iilVshouldcrR and ecarchirg her face with piercing tyrb—' Norab, 1 1 1 1 mc — do you mean to stay here at Caetlo Kilchenora ? Do you ?' ? f To stay hero ?' Norah repeated, puzz . led. ' Why not ?' - ' I know VOll nrn nnt tliinliinn nf nn!n-- away now — this week or the next. But 1 mean — are you going to stay here ? For how long?' , ' For as long a time as Mrs Sabine wishes me to remain, I suppose. I don't know 'for - how loijg — I have not thought.' Norah was .^.puzzled and confused. 'Ob,' she cried, after a moment's pause, in a tone of distress, ' Mrs. Sabine has noteaid that she does not ^rjquire me longer ?' .? , / No,' Una replied in a frowB. 'But, ,. Norah, is there no one else to whom your EreBence is necessary — not one friend who as a right to claim you ? Surely it is only your own whim that makes it necessary for - . ' you to work for a living here? Is there no...

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

T© Farmers and Producers* Wp IfT F T, w,l° ,mH carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION ? , ? A ; L, OL . tu 1 JJJ J BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to tlie^gonoral public MinHif !--i» turn lcquisled by many of his old putrons, as well ne now ones to eatabhsli a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto tho request was made, but tlio wunfcof- pro'por accommodation prevented his carrying put this object. Ho now begs to date that ho is shortly roD-ovinn to pow and commodious premises next tho ROYAL HOTEL, and will thoro Sell Weokly tho Produce that his patrons offer, which will includo FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE POULTRY EGGS, &c., olso MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &c., &e. ' W. P. M. desires to notify that ho. is taking in a Partner who is in every way capablo to conduct a bUBineap, and tlio firm will heneoforth bo known us MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents.for tho following: — ^ MESSRS. PITT, SON & RADGERY. Sydney. MESSRS. C...

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The Odour of the Earth. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

The Odour of the Earth. Everybody ino^s, the fresh, wet smell of-the earth after, jpin— a smell notice able at all times, .though less powerful in dry weather. ' Scientists have discovered that the smell is of miorobic origin. They have not only touna tne oactena. and given them the pleasing n&iqe-tof cladothrix ordorifera,' but have'produced them by artificial culture and n.Qted their charac t'eristio odour in gelatine. ? , ? . The microbes develojp only in moist surroundings. In dry aust they merely remain latent or in a state of suspended animation. ?_ -Hall Caine believes thut, in literature, journalism, art, and the drama, the gentler sex stands on a level' with the -sterner.

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Keep Warm by Breathing. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Keep Warm by BreathiDg. .The sipiplest'way tA get .warm after exposure to cold W to'take a long breath with the mouth firmly Shut. ' Itepeat this several times until yoti-begin to feel the heat returningi-s'It -requires a very short time to do this, ir The long brpath ^quiokens the pulse, and thus causes ;tbe blood to circulate faster. The blood flows into all parts of the veins and arteries, and gives out a great deal of heat. ' It is stated that this method of deep breathing prevents colds and a great many other ailments if 'begun in time.

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A Tale of Lady Beaconsfield. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

A Tale of Lady Beaconsfleld. .i .? --jT, ? ? yr ? ? A curious bond of affection always existed betwe.en Disraeli and Sir -William Harcourt. At a dinner at Disraeli's, Sir. William- was placed next to. Lady . Beaconsfield.'' -On tlie wall opposite -them 'hung a^^oittait o£ a ligk tly -draped- (female figur^taad 'during a' 'pause in the' conversation the guest's eyes happened '?'to wander to itt .. . ? ? ^^Tsee vou ftre looking. at thatpicture;' snddenly broke in the, -hostess, with a laugh.- - ' I always say that it oughtn't to be. allowed in here ; but it is nothing to the Venus that Dizzy has in his bedroom.-' - 0 .' ;' ' That I can quite believe,' replied Mr. Harcourt, gallantly, with a bow. ' The answer appeared to tickle her ladyship immensely, so much so, that Mr. Harcourt, feeling that he had ventured on rather a delicate ground, quickly. changed the subject. Later in the evening Lady Beaconsfield told the ' funny thing ' to her husband in Sir William b presence. .'I never fel...

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LIQUID AIR. THE LATEST INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

. LIQUID AIR. THE LATEST IMVEKTIOH. Considerable interest has of late been ?directed to an invention' of Mr. C. E. Tripler,. pf Ifew York; -by meaiis of whiph ne is enabled to liquefy common air, '^andt'.tij;. manufacture it in such quanftt^es ,-^s to ., create by it . a new nndtftt^yV 'The liquefaction of. permanent gases* his lonjar peeh' a .most, attractive t laboratory ? experiment / with! chemiaisi , OnLycrecemtly!lit!; wad announced that PrQfessor Dewar,! of' the Royal Institu tion, London, had at last succeeded in liquefying hydrogen and 'helium, and' this was regarded as . a scientific result of tlie Very, highest importance. The diffi-^lties, hotveverV in the way of -liquefying gases ' on a large scale have beeil: hitherto' sb great that scientists, have despaired of finding a solution to the. difficulty. . . . Mr. Tripler's apparatus consists of a triple air compressor, a cooler, and a liquefier. ... ;The first gives 601bs. pres sure, thp. second raises this to 7501bs., wh...

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The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. CHAPTER XV. THE SECRET EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DXtX'VXIN'. A. Romance of the End. of Ocean Outlawry.* . By^Col. Prentiss Inoraham, Author of ?? Merle, the Mutineer, !V&c.y-&c. CHAPTER XV. , THE SECRET EXPEDITION; ? When the young mate went on board the Sea Venus, he saw that Sanchez bad arrived before him. The senior officer looked, as black as a thunder-cloud, and was talkinein a low, earnest tone to a group of sea men, when Basil went down to the shore and hailed for a boat to be sent ? for him. : . The moment he set foot upon .the deck he perceived that Sanchez was plotting mischief, and so his arrival was opportune, for some of the wildest spirits of the craft were' inclined' to lend a willing ear to any act of mutiny and violence. ? But Basil acted promptly, sailed* the men aft, and at once ordered; Sanchez to be seized.' .' The men hesitated; ... M.;. j It. was a critical moment .indeed, fo» a straw would weight the balance for ?or against him; ' ' Men, that man hired a neg...

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Suntop. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Suntop. (From our own correspondent.) x A very pleasaut surprise was tendered Mr. ? and Mrs. John O'Brien on Friday evening, by some of the youthful population of Sun top. The patty on arrival, at their resi dence, were warmly welcomed by the host and hosteas. Dancing was immediately commenced and kept up with evident zest till midnight, when a capital repast waB served out to the dancers, Dancing was again indulged in till -k a.m. when those prcr sent wended their way home thoroughly satisfied with their night's enjoyment, During the evening songs and recitations were rendered by Messrs Reidy and Horan. High praise -is due to Mr. Horan for his brord- { minded generosity in supplying the music gratic. Your correspondent was evidently in error in hiB report of the annual meeting, of the Suntop cricket club. Tho so-called juniors did not form in opposition as alleged They Bimply started the old club, the only distinction made was that they intend playing as juniors. It is rumoured tha...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

CHURCH services; Church of England. 1 , (Rev. Rj Babby Buown, R.D. ; and John C. Maodougail). August 27th. — Wellington, 8.30a.m. (II.C.); 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Suntop, 3 p.m. ; Neurou, 3 p.m. Week Days. . August 24fch. — Wellington, 8 30 a.m. (H.C.) August 22nd. — Mumbil, 11 a.m. (H.C.) ' . August 20th. — Ponto, 9 a.m. (IJ.C.)

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