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Goolma and Yamble. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Goolma and ¥amble. (From our own correspondent.) Splendid rain lias fallen, here during the last few dayp, which has already done great good to tho crops, and we have every pros pect of a good spring. _ I regret to have to report tlia ftlrs. C. M. Lowe hnB been seriously indisposed for the last week, suffering from bronchitis. Dr. McCredio was summond, but I am pleased to say sliois now improving and I hope soon to near of her complete recovery. Mining mattors aro very muoh the samo »b usual ouv this way. Tho old Bolara topper Mine is still going ahead, and pro mises to turn out more satisfactorily than it has douo for some time past Our roads aro really in a most disgraceful condition— it is almost time, I fancy that Mr. Haynes M.P. paid us a vinit — we seem to be ignored in this part of tho Electoiate. The road between Goolma and Wollington IB almost impassable in some places during jue winter months — it is a great pity the uoverumout could not bo induced to improve tun road, as ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Half-Holiday Social.' [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Half-Holiday Social.' Tho Half-Holiday Association bad very bad luck in having ouch a wet night for their annual social. All day long the rain fell Bteadily, and' as night came on increased in heaviness, making all tho approaches to the hall unspeakably slushy and miserable. But despite, these unfavorable circumstances a large number turned up last night at the Protestant Hall, and put in a grand night s entertainment. There were at least thirty five couples present, , bo an idea can be gleaned of the number who would have been there had the night been dry. As it waB the floor was juBt comfortaoly filled with dancers, whose enjoyment was very evident. There were some very pretty gir's in the room, and their bright eyes and gay looks acted like loadstones to the, gentlemen. The .floor was in hotter order than the previous night, and tho music was just perfection. The Association has somj Bplendid workers in its rank?, who throw any amount of energy into anything they take up. and we ...

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

Markets. qulfersd! S' W' milIing' 28 10dto 885 Bocond £{i 12s oa £(i 17s Gd J Vic., £6 to fiin £U 159 to £7j Manitoba, £9 15s l»«10j N Z.£G5sto £0 10s. . ' luR/l'h 'I1 J8 primo food, Is 9d, medium W per' b3mn' Prim° ,B 8d' modil,m la Cd t0 19 P„aiZO'7^rarkot firm- 2s' lQd per bushel, p. r'u®i 'o 3s Cd groy, to 3s per bushel. Bailn t? ~i?rimo' 28 4d t0 2j l«r bushol. 2.H M oBl1811' 28 3(1 to 2j 5d ! °BPe- 2* 4d to a«i feed o, per bushel, wan— 8d. per bushel, follard— 8d per bushel. £i prime 10fiJ medium, wtoi'4 10a, Wharves baro. to al,.oaton» in bnndlos, primo, £3 10s to £3 perton '1'11' t0 ^ varieties, 4iSlL0td£3lll'im01 er°PD,£3 51 t0 £3 10ii loBal- £1 15s to £2 PotntL,. n? ' ?ooa* hundlod, £1 15s per ton. £2 ta pi)' r Tasmanian Circulars, early roso f 'fin i5eulund DerWcnt, £l 5j ; to £3 15a 0 £3 158 - Brownell sead, £3 10s «5°oZTs7£it!)0£^'f8 t0£.5 103 5 medium« £4 t0 T,,„. urt°i to 15s per ion. Uonov9'7^r00' £1 to £1 2s 6d per t -n **. ifi da Z,t'' 2H * *' - ? ''n 'WBwax,— ohoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

'Have you seen the up-to-date now line of ohairs, 5s 9d at Shakespeare's * Tho sensational disclosures of Mr. Want were after all a complete fiasco, merely a superfluous explanation regarding ' those cablegrams,' and circumstances leading up to his resignation of the. Attomoy-Geneial. ship. Public interest in this mattor must have long since subsided, aud the people are not at present concerned to know what Mr. Wants thinks about the Federal Bill. What doos en 11 for attention is the expense, unnecessary and iudefonsible. New jewellery ovory week — in pretty. and. serviceable designs at lowest possible prices — gold broochos from six shillings at J. W. Marshall's in Porcy-street.*

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. MIDDLESEX. AUSTRALIA—First Innings [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. MIDDLESEX. - : AUSTRALIA— Firsu Innings Trumble, o MacGregor, b Trott ... ... ; 10 M'Leod, run out... ... ... - ... 48 Noble o nouglus, b Trott ... ... 14 Grogory,'d MucGrogor, b Trott ... ..,,10 Truniper, c MacgroRor, b Trott ... ... (J Durling Ibw, b Wells ,.. . r. ... , ... IX' Irodale, c Eawlin, . b Hoarno 111 ; Kelly, c Ford, b ' llearno ... . . ... I1' Luver, not out ... ... iW Jones b Wells ... ... ... t-' Howell, c Wells, b He»me,... ... .. ... 10 Sundries . ... \ ... .... 22 Total ... ... .1. 445 Bowling : — Trott 4 for 107 ; Qearne,.3 for 87 t Wells, 2 for 82 ; Kocho, nono for 66 s Rtiwlin, none for 41 j Ford, none for 30. MIDDLESEX — First Innings. J. Douglas, b Jones ' ... ... ... 0 Warner, e Darling b M'Leod ... 39 Moon, o Howell, o, M'Leod - ... ... 17 R. Douglas, o Darling, b M'Lood ... ,,, 12 Rawlin, o 'Trumble, b M,Leod ... ,.. 11 Ford, b M'Leod ... ... ... ... 0 Trott, oHowell.b, M'Leod... ? ... 8 Wells, b M'Leod ... , ... . ... ... 7 .M'Gregd...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p. m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Telegraphic News — ? ?- ▼ (From our own Correspondent ) Sydney, Thursday, 3 p. m. ' The Weather. Wragge predicts further general ram» followed by somewhat finor weather, with occasional thunderstorms. Hail and snow are predicted for~~tlie southern mountains. Yariable winds southeast to north ea3t, will prevail. . ? - . Russell prodicts south to east winds, squally weather, especially in the northern districts, with general rain on. tho coast, and inland uorthof the liue joining Wil cania and Eden. Market Report. Wheat, 2s 9d to 2s lid ; chickwheat, 2s 3d to 2s 5d ; flour, £6 10s to £7 ; maize, 2s lOd ; chafE £2 15s to £3 10s ; lucerue, £2 to £5 ; oaton hay £2 15 to £4; butter, crcamory and factory, lOd ; dairy, 8^d to 9d. ; . Railway Rates on Wheat The Railway Commissioners cannot seo their way clear at present, to roduco railway freights on wheat and produco. . Fierce Gales There is no appearance of , the weather cloaring. ~ Fierce gales prevailed throughout the night. This morning...

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The Winter Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Tlie Winter Dance. Tho third of the series of Winter Dances eventuated on Tuesday night last -under altogether unpropitous circumstances. Ju piter Pluvius was iu the weeping mood, and his tears fell heavily throughout the night 'and most of the afternoon. Such an un necessary thing as a cab is not yot known in Wellington, so tllfl ladinn hnrl fn riot n regular drenching to reach the Protestant Hall and indulge in a night's favorite amuse ment. Then there was tho gauntlet of the wet streets to run, and anyone who has had the pleasure of moving about town in rainy weather kaowB what a comfort it is to cross over nice muddy streeta.and collect half an acre (more or less) on one's boots, of that cream of the road-making material, river gravel. By the way the Council has recent ly had a thousand yards of river gravel laid down in Lee-street, and we are extremely solicitous to know if they have yet had tenders called for the removal of this from the 'gutters into which it will Booner or l...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Local Jottings. Dyspeptics — read E, P. Solomon's dental notice. James Bourke has lodged notice of hie intention to withdraw an application for, a conditional purchase, number 99.6, of 320 acres in the Parish of Wuuluman, County of BlighT - The lvauway Commissioners advertise a special cheap excursion train affording re sidents of the Western Districts an oppor tunity of visiting Sydney for the- Australian Jockey Club Spring Race Meeting. The train will leave Wellington on Thursday 7th September at 8.15 a.m. arriving in Sydney at 7 20 p.m. First return '£1*1 Is, second return £1 Os 8d. Mr. Sid Long, brother of Mr. J. L. Loug of the local Railway Department-, receives great praise for his picture. ' Pastorale,' now on view at the Artist's Exhibition in Sydney. .. . Mr. York contemplates several impoitant improvements to his Club Honse Hotel ; several rooms are to be added, thus providing the increased accommodation which has been much needed at this most popular hostelry. Entries for...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before Mr. Aarons, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Tuesday, August 22. (Before Mr. Aarons, J. P.) Georgo Punton, alias Goorce Hargraves, was charged with having, at Wellington on the 18fih instant, forged the name of Loiii Sawyer to a cheque for the amount of £3 4s, and having uttered the same to Messrs. G. E. Wise and Co. R; Irwin, teller of the Bank of New South Wales, deposed having sold some loose cheque forms to accused. The number on tho cheque alleged to have been uttered corresponded with the butt of cheque-book produced. W. J. Nield, accountant at G. E. Wise aud Co., deposed that the. cheque produced hnd been received by the firm in exchange for gooda. . Accused was committed for trial at the next Circuit Court to be held at Dubbo on tho 3rd of October, 1899. The same man was charged with obtaining goods and money to tho vnlue of £5 by false pretences, to wit a valueless cheque, at Orange on the 16th August 1899, with | ?intent to defiaud. Accused was on this charge remanded to Orange to be further dealt with.

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Wellington Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 21. (Before Messrs. M. Veech, and F. H. Konuard J'b.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Wellington Police Court. Monday, August 21. (Before Messrs. M. Veoch, and F. H. Ken 11 aid J's.P.) James Connors — drunk aud disorderly in ] Percy-Btrcet on 19th instant. Fined £2 or j 7 days gaol. J James Welsh — using obscene language in Percy-street on 19th instant. Fiued £5 or 3 months in Wellington Gaol. James Weston -- assaulting Constable John Brosnan whilst in the execution of his duty at Welliagton 19th instant. Fined 10s or 21 days gaol. James Weston — riotous behaviour in Percy-street on 19bh instant. Withdrawn. Abe Madden — riotous behaviour in Percy street on 19th instant. Fined 10s or 3 days gaol. ? ? __

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER YIII.— (Continued.) They were out of the house now, for Una, as she often did, had, ^spoken with long Sauses between her curt abrupt sentences, lorab, understanding her allusion, stopped ^fthort and stared- at her in surprise. This - was tbe first time that Bhe had alluded to j Sir Amyrald and the north wing. | ? He seems happy,. doeBn'fc he ?' Una re peated restlessly, looking away. ' Tell me, ? Norah, — I used to befond of him once, and he was fond of me — fond of me and proud of me too,' she said, with a laugh. 'Tell me, dear. I often think £ should, like to . _ . ? ? ? ? . l..l :£ t ? j ? ? .v ? ri i bob Dim again , uul, 11 jl ever uu bu, it wiu be when he isdead. Does he seem really happy ? Redmond tellB me little, and Edith nothing. What do you think ?' Una did not reply, but walked on in her usual fashion, her lips compressed, and her eyes fixedly set. Molly, hbiding now to ihe hand of the one or tho skirts of the other, trotted al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Vor quality, out, fuehion and fliiiiah tlie suitings supplied by Price and Co., 114 King St., Si'dri6y,var6. unexcelled. This firm onjoys a high imputation throughout city and country Cor tho perfection'. of - its goods atid that reputation it is determined 'to maintain. 'Visitors lo Sydney would do well to call promptly ut the establishment antl sec for them-.. solVco. Tlioso unable to do oo should send for; samples, and solf monsimimeut forms and Btato about tho prieo dusirod. Suits from £3 3s , ?.Trousers from -10/0. A maguillcont assortment of wiutor suitings just oponod.* Unoqualled and Invincible Woods' Groat Pep permint Ouro for Coughs and Golds, 1/6 and 2/6.*. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

-?'.?'???To Farmers and Producers;; ? W'P UfrTnn^iri?r T. ''hollas carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION ® ® . ?- ^ BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announco to the gonoral public that he lias buen requested by many of his old patrons, as well ao now ones to establish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto tho request was made1, but tho want of proper accommodation prevented his carrying out this object. He now begs to state that ho is shortly rotr.oving - to now and commodious promises next Jho ROYAL HOTEL, nnd will there Soli Weokly tho Produce that his patrons offer, which will include FARM 'PRODUCE,' ml)E3# FURNITURE, POULTRY EGGS, &e., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES,' &c., &c. ' W. P. M. desires to notify that ho is taking in a Partner who is in every way capable to conduct a business, and tho firm will heiicaforth bo known us , MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL &. COMPANY, will act as A cents for tho following: — MESSRS. PITT, SON &;BADGERY. Sydneyi ...

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

-;nllaiisvl!le. /From our.own correspondent.) The weather still continue cloudy with cold nights and morning, but the cropB, grass etc. are looking well since the recent I Wi5f.« A 'RnHH. 1 am aorrv to sav. has been gerioualy ill for the last couple ofc weeks, na to cause her friends and relations much alarm . A medical man was called in from Wel lington last week, undor whose skilful treat ment, I am pleased to say, Mrs. Boss is pro ereseing fast towards recovery. Iam pleased to be able to state, that Mr. D. Eoss' family have fully recovered from their attack of pneumonia. Truly the. Ross family have had their cup of sorrow very full during the rust few years . _ Mrs. H. Johnson's (of this locality) father passed over to the great majority, at Oowra the other day. A couple of weeks ago Mrs. Johnson received the newa of her father's illness, when she and her husband journeyed toCowra and were just in tims to see the deceased gentleman before his death. Mr. W. Hutchinson, of Springfi...

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MY NOTE BOOK [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

MY KOTE BOOK (By Chevy Slime). Wellington is a very, nice placo to live in but it is dirty under foot in winter, and dueiy in summer, and it is, or. rather has beeD.anv. thing but a progressive place. Tho election of nine men from thirty -four to constitulo a Progress Committee i'b the boginning of a new era, I hope and think, ana if they act anything like properly no end of good will accrue to the whole district. Of courB«, 'some people are not satisfied with nil thl elected oneB, and express the opinion that ! 'many better men_wefe left out, but I think such a statement is uncalled for' and quite unnecessary, because no one knows who would prove a good man on a Progress Committee. ' Many men have been elected to other positions in a town, who were sup posed to be specially, brainy ..and eminently fitted for the positions but how many cases can be named where they have proved failures. And bo it is with the newly-elected members of our Progress Committee. They' must first be tried ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

Important to Parties Furnishing. THB public ace daily' becoming mare^ ^ coaviiiced of tlie. fact that. to. buy .iii tlie cheapest market you must go where the -ok J^IME-PAYMENT, system ja jiot ^ecogni§ftd. ( SHAKESPEARE & CO., 'L'HE CAHH IX-RNISllKR-S, ? Offel* ? great inducements than any ^'tiier JJouse Furnishers' In ;Wdliijhgtdn:' ; Every article NO SECONDHAND 01- CHINESE RUBBISH stoclfed'. Our goods are specially sejected and manufacturwl^t th!is; district ?!*?'* , ; We Sell for Cash Only. : OUK, PllICKS ARE BED-ROCK. Jgpf Chairs from 3s 3d to 5s 9d, spedial - value. ... Toilet Tables, 6s 6d Washstands, from 9s Gl. Suites in Tapestry and Plusli, £4 19s, All other lines equally cheap. An.itispectioif will prove to buyers that our prices are 20 per cent, below a,ny other house in town. SHAKESPEARE & CO., ? J,.'* Opposite Town Clerk's Office,' IjQe ( Street. 7 R. 1 , (Son of J. Cule, Dubbo; established --1B8&) .. . ; 'Wishes. to aunounco to' the public of We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

? For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds tako Woods ? Great Poppormint.0ure,'l70-aiid 3/6.f

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"CHEER UP," DO! [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

« CHBISR UP,' DO ! By H. E. S.'v -... - ' Gloomy shadows oft' will .flit '-J r-J ' If you' vo got the grit and, wit, . Just to laugh ailiWlo'blt' - . — m m' '#? *' , .# ?' ' - The way in which fruiterers exhibit their fruit isenough to tempt the most economical. At a time when tomatoes were scarce, a lady, in company with her husband was looking intp a shop windo^, at.sdmp iiics. tomatos over which was a ti'ckefiiiarked Gd per dozen ; having tli^eetpeq^^t^ .sp&ro^t.he. lady assayed to go h#f-a- dozen of what appea'r.^4^ bet'^p^ 'jrgcy good ones. The y;e^'-^ c^ra^Uy ' - picked oat from the back of tlie heap some worm-eaten specimens and placing thejn in a bag handed same to the would-be .pur.-' chaser. She took theoi. out .and then handed them back to him ^yi'nK^r.rX»want;6hQsiD from the front, please.' /..^g^man gro,wled like a dog wanting a feed* ami said j ' Oh', those are ninepence.' ' Very 'well,' '-the lady replied, ' keep the lot,' and 'Ief t^hita to . growl at the cou...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

- General News. ' Americans and Russians are said to be the best dancers in the world. A male adult has half an ounoff of sugar in his blood. A 'Russian does not beoome of age* until he is tw.enty-six. Japanese soldiers are said to be the best crvmnasts in the world. St. Petersburg has the largest bronze statuo-in; existence— that of Peter the Great; which Weighs a thousand tons. 1 Doga iri Hainburg are taxed according toisize — the bigger the dog the bigger - the tax. On the island of Oanna there is a hill, so magnetic as tp effeot the compasses of . vessels passing near. Coco is Spanish for bogie, and it is said the coooanut was thus named for ' its resemblance- to a distorted human' face.. The eyeball Is white because the i ' blood-vessels that feed its substanoe are sb Btnall that they do not admit the red : corpuscles. ' v ' An interesting weekly journal is ' published in Athens, the contents of yrhich are wfitte# entirely in verse, even to the advertisements. Green snow is fou...

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A Good Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 August 1899

.... : AG6M^r^^;;; ^fieF'fillowing, comical, incident tpok place 'on 6nfe occasion when Bishop Teinpl^ {as he. ; was- then) ..v^as presiding over 'the'. annual' 'council' of the Church, o.rEqgjand ; Te^perr,', once^ocfety? : Thebusinessinhtod-waa'thB: contfcctioii of the ' ' report ' into which cer £ain patter supplied by some5 la^y workers had to - he ' dove-tailed. The . ladies' .\rere, apparently,1; not gifted with the sense ot hu.mpqr, fortheir:co'nt*ibu.tipntookthiB:fortfir' ' Duribg the past year much' attention 'fias' been paid to barmaids.}' This dubious way of putting it producad-loud laughter froM those present, who wore, I may mention, all ?men. But; the next sentence was -worse still. ' ' In many caseB this has led to. their beinjg visited in their own homes!' This was too much for the- audience) who literally-. roared, wnen tne- nuarity naa suDSiaea a; gentleman aroBe — a layman — and . blandly asked who it was who had paid- attention to the barmaids—was it Dr. Temple ?...

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