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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Unreserved Sale of Purniture :. By. order of the Executor of Sayer's Estate Thomas & Rotton Have received instructions to sell by public auotion. i at their Booms, Ma'Ughan-street (removed for convenicnoo of sale), On Saturday, 2nd Sept , ?*?'-'' ??'??'? ? at 2 p.m , HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUBB &, EFFKOT3, comprising , ?; .,?...?. Tables, Safes, Couch, Pictures,. Kitchen nnl Laun dry Utensils, Crockery, Dresser, Bedsteads and: Bodding, Cbairs, Jco. Alsoj 11 Casks, Iron ? ' ' Wheelbarrow, ''Churn, Sausage T Machine/ 'Cart :?.,. l Top, Single-furrow Plough.- ' ?' : . Also, on account of the Consignor, ... WITHOUT BE3ERVE, A MAGNIFICENT LOT OF FUBNITUBE, '?-cjL . comprising Dining and Drawing-room Suites; Austrian Chain, . Sideboards, Duchesse Cbeits, M.T. Washstands; Dressing Tables, Hall Stands, Overmantels, Carriage Lamps, Toilet and Dinner. Ware, Cut lery, E.P.' Ware in great variety, Porcelain Ornaments, China Teapots, Clocks, Toilet' ' Glasses, Occasional Tables, Mozart M...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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"A Saint of the Nineteenth Century." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

' A Saint of the Niacteciilli j IjrUlp-Pr9eb'y.tci'ian.r.QhurchM]ext^ evbiringVtlio Rov. G. Milno will preach a special sermon on-tho-lifo of the' late Pro fcBSoy-:%ury ^prurftjuond, w.^dse^liriUianC. works' (i 'Na'turaf lyaw ''_.'. -TJ10 Ascoiit of Man' otc, won him a world-wide fame. Mr. Milrie, who attended ..the. professor's lectures in Glasgow, will, give an outline of his toaching, arid somo account of the nobla^ life of Drummond as described by Dr. G. A.^ Smith in his latest book. '-???-' 'I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

;? Now jowollery overy week^ — in pretty and ?Berrioeable designs at lowest possible prices ^^^ brooches from six shillings at J. W. . '.Marshall's in Percy-streot.* ' Capstan Cioabettes.- Do not forgot you oan / ?'? ?f-! obtain imi-obted cigarettes at 4 I nor pa'oket »H0, and these are the well-known - w i \s brand put up by MoBsrs. W. D. and H. O. ? , Ji Bristol, .. w'eat Britain.? . . .

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Death of James Ah Lun. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Dcntli of Jain^s Ah juuu. c Trn6''woll-known' identity of the town, a'lixha'Ycsidont-pf many years, passed awny on- Friday; i'-llo had beon.suffering for sproo': -tiroa--frk}nj;;.HieumaHo fevcFi-and on Ihurs-.. day Jub. country men, being .told by tho. dpiptj?^ tjii^i th'ero was 'pr;actJQally'rio chance of rccovbry, took him down to the Chinese gfiPi'detis n'oar -the river to son if Job's could dtr Atiyrtiiii^'Joj1 hinr^ibilb' ha. died on! Fri- :disy!.-nffcei'MOon! asBtfltodv -Ho Was a Ghinn .Wme,ybatf«h«'.Imdmany;'fribi-ds^nrnohg viVhite men, and was a kind-heartedy ohaiufftblo' 'VijftSi Th^n^irB^r^l'tficfJf^placo on Sunday.' rfifteiTioofi,':w'h{'usan ihimense crowd, unions ^yjipnj^wuro^njinny. pt .ourr leading me»^ol lSwod';'tlr^cnr^s6~tb'i1i6 cerridterf, where the. =Jfcev.-ltr'BT»rry*Brown--road the servfoerfpr .(Se-dead', '^&.h Lun being ,a membet 'o| the. Ohnrch of'Englan'd'. Afterwards theChinese present burnt somo Joss sticks and paper prayers'* at tho grave, and made...

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Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

??:--'--w*u ''?' Bodangora. :-.:.' ?? (From a correspondent.) ???'. ''-il™*10 anniversary services in connection with' tho Weriejan Sunday school wero hold yesterday, and yttariy hearts were thankful to see sush a lovely: morning after so mnch rain. As the seating accom modation of tli'o church, proved totally inadequate ','!??* year,' the -committee decided on introdncing an 'innovation into the services this'year, and secured ?Mr.Heslin's hall. The step was a bold one, no ?doubt,- but th-t it was a judicious one, and appreciated by the publjo generally, was evidenced by attendances which, though very poor at the morning service, were in the afternoon and evening Pjceedinely good: All three were conducted bv Ber. 0. W. Furner, who delivered suitable addresses with Lis wonted ability, and the thoughtful, simple and earnest way. in which the various Subjects woro placed before the children was much praised. The afternoon subject was from the words ' A Garden,' .and was illustrated by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

WILD CIIEBRY BALSAM . Is a certain cure for Coughs, Oolcls, - Croup, Hoarseness;, 'and jail' affe'ej '._ (ions of the chest, throat;, 'St ''lungs. ? ,, Thifr preparation, liiadc from tlio expressed juicb of. Wi|d Cherry Uarlc,' in combination with other ?C iagrcdidnts, will be fouiid.tho moat useful medicine *H'' ~-K i ' ? ?' * f ojr. |;.l 1 c a t uffcc.ti.pu8. , . ,? . Propurod uud Sold' by .. ?'?:'.'' ' i'.;'«-: ''vj* '?Ivi-.P.S. ?? (BY-. EXAM.). .. ^ispensmg&FamiiyChemist JWEDICAL HALL, .NAN1MA CRESCENT, WEL.Eltf.GT0N ''',' Mr.E.P.SOLOWlON DENTIST* I .. , - ? ?????;? ?;*v - ' -Has decided to remain porinunontly in WELLING TON, and for the, present winy be conaultod . at .tho ' ' :GLTIB IIOTEI/. ; ' ' '' INDIGESTION. l'liorc is no moro common cause of Indigestion or Dyspopsin thuu imporfeet mastieation ;' no moro fruitful sout'co of hcudauho, neuralgia, nausea, heart burn, llatulenco, diarrhoea, dysontry, jirnl vurious ?-other disorders. Indigestion, largely induced by imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Licensea Surveyor, (Specially Licensed nndei l.he Real Fro- q- perfcyAit. .. J TS prepared, to undeitaLBt.aWivision _ I Surveys of all kinds; fcak'xg of levels, JtL ? Ac. Address, WellinKt3i|__ ? ? taken WELLINGTON ^K|3i BUTCHERV which i ' ^Jy m^t^mM* '?, lotion Slierriff & DUcCormick, be! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY J BUTCHERS. ThoC - lee Street, Wellington' .: Bei5ea5dCo's » ?to'* -wffiSSSJifSSS: ' ! ''IwViXW CO. bwe invented, a Machine WS bfaLea from look to chain by snnply A So. pressing a button. '?'?.... ? Co.; Dubbo. . ? ? ? - Ladies' General Hurse. — MBS. F.COL-KeIvY, having secured addition- 'g^ Medical Attendance. . ApnnTTOnEMENT, J-] LADIES received for their ACOOUOU^M-tta x, ^.^ or waited on at their own ReBidoace. 5n b(J Note the Address— 66 I MRS. F. COLRKAVY, and .. KENNAKD SXBEET, WELLINGTON. - ????:' (Opposite Goods-Shed.) ? E1 lattersflTsliiSr I One of the most comfortable, welLventilated and . 1 ' convenient hotels in town, is still under the I proprietors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

. . : AVaM.ted,' : \J\JA NTKD A RESPECT ABLE-'GIRL as COOK. » ? ?'? Apply at oiico'.':.*' '' .? ? ?'??' MRS. T. OASIIMAN, ' ?; Court LIouso Uotel.'-' '.it To Stonemasons. * IiENDISBS aro invifed. for tho ERECTION of ii . STONE BUILDING. . Tender,, to bo sent in/ not later than 12th SEPTEMBER. 'For. further., particulars apply to ? ? . : ?;?;$?. ,.. . ... .,; ., P,^ gOLUJEAVY, ? ? . t ? _ .'Dripstono.1'-' ' NEC ' TK»1EftE';HEC'-*cr.t»fiiJK' MONDAY, ?AUGirs¥'28M899. '^

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

. MAIL- TIME TABLE. Mails closo ut the Wellington Post Office, and ?rrivo there us follows : — , For Syduey, Nuthurat, Bludgcd, Orange, Stowiirt Town, daily, .5.30 p.m. j.nrrivp, 7.20..a.m, daily.- - For Dubbd, liourko, Nyngau, Maryvalo, daily, 7 .a.m.; arrive, 5.50 p.m. duily. . ? » For Lincoln, Spiccr's Creek, Goolmo, Tivo-Milo Flat, Cullonbone, Mudgoo,'Tiiosday and Friday., 9, a.m.; arrive, Wednesday und Saturday, 7.30 p.m. For Coiiiobolla.Gollan, Murrungundy, Wodnosday ;nhd Saturday; 9 a.m. ; arrive ,0.30 p.m. Thursday, * ' '4 p m. Sunday. - For Ponto, Terrabolla, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. For Yeoval,- Mt. Aubory, .Walma, Parkes, Wcdnos day and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday 4.30 p.m. . For Ciirra Creok, Bournowood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrivo, Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. For Montefioros, dally, 8.45 a.m. ; arrivo, daily, 5.15 **? P-m. . Fo'r Wuuluman, Tuosday and Friday, 0 a.m. ; arrivo Tuesday and Friday, 5 p.m. For...

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Spicer's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

j; I;;;;,1:-. '.; Spicer's Creek; '' .''.[ TheTieavy rains have very much benefited the -'-'''w&flat crops, arid both farmers and stock-owners are ..Tory jubilant with the prospects of an oarly spring. :.-?; Lambing is in full swing and as far' as I catr ....gather good results are being obtained. ' '? , ?:. I am. sorry to report that our old friend Mr. John Blackball is not regaining his strength as fast as his '' friends could wish, but! trust that with a return of -.warm weather wo shall see him again as hale and -?hearty as ever. , . . The school under Mr. McCabe is progressing .favorably, and obtained excellent results atj the last vAaiuiuauuu. inure urc uuw o9 uiiuaceu. on cue .roll which still continues to increase. ' - Since the local duncing master left, Borne of his - lite pupils seem to.be continually on the 'jig,' ..throwing their legs about in a variety of attitudes. .. I even saw one young man trying to do ;the double .? ind shuffle in a paddock while ploughing...

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DISTRICT NEWS Curra Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

DISTRICT NEWS :' ;'iA' ', ...'?' Cnnra Creek. ; . ?'?-..?'. . {From, our own correspondent.) i ^'''Wp^havobeon Tisitcd with, .another good fall bf ':i»iri,'*bjoft l'Wob' Sadly noeded to fill the dams atjd Ji''prdTiden''watbr' Supply for the c'dTOitig nim_'eri'$hb' ,,.*raB9':i8 moiling a good shoot, tho wheat crops are ?? looking remarVably well, and there is every -appear* ? ..anpe.of one of the beet. springs wo have had for the laat fire tears.. ~ ? '?? Last Sunday Mr. John Burroll was in the. act of ;; 'dosing a dog belonging to his father, and which had V been. poisoned with a bait from a neighboring sheep .paddock, when tho brute bit his finger. He did not »»Vn iriuch notice of it till evenine. when he took off tho oloth he had bound round his finger, whereupon ?'tfie poison flew up his arm, and. he was subjected to ? ' iDTeral convulsivo fits. Dr. By gate was sent for and ? *»» soon in attendance. Some homo remedies had \ been. used, which checked tho poison til) the doctor -' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Wood's Groat Poppormint (Jure for Oougha and Polds, novor-fnili, 1/6 aud 2/6.» . . * . .-'?-. ? . ? ??'.???

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Mutual Improvement Society [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

itlutuai . iuiproveuieut Society This society met on Friday evening in tho public library. ' -There was not a large attendanco, as everybody Boems to be suffer ing a recovery after tho excitement of last week. Mr. John -Irving,' vice-president, occupiod tho chair. The usual preliminary business was transacted, and the business of the evening, impromptu addresses, was proceeded with. The subjects wore : — Do ypu favor woniaa suffrage j whatis the duty or man 10 man ; is our prosenc ]ury system a failure ; should we havo a now town hall ; and is the inflaonco of modern journalism in the ditfeotibn-of froedbm and-'-lioertyf' Very ?interesting discussions took -place, on all these subjects, beintr spoken to by Messrs. Broom, Bergman, Brownhill, Collins, aud Flynn, An apology for absence, was ro ceived from Rev. G. W. Furnor (president), on account of ill-health. Tho business for next Friday will bo an evening with tho poota. _____^_____

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Football. WELLINGTON v. DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Football* . ''. ? * ? WELLINGTON y. DUBBO. Tho return match between Wellington and Dubbo was played at Dubbo on Saturday Ia8t. Wellington was represented . by :— Ziehlke, baokj Smith, Clay ton and Brode'riok, tliree-quarters ; Bowie and Robineon, five-eighths ?' ' Denhpsev, scrum-half j O'Mara, O'Brien, McKay, Quitk, Veech, Wation, O'Connor arid Martin, forwards. Dubbo team con sisted of :— Frawley, back j J. Htrei, Crpnin and Taylor, throe-quarters ,? Tpurle and .Baird, fire, eighlhsj N. Hires, scrum-lialf j Wheeler,(2), E\eli, Samuels (2), Oreigh, Wilkins and Tink, forwards. Play commencod.at 3 p.in., and was very even for somo time, although very little good play was notice able on either side. Jn the first Halt yuooo nu» scored tw.o trios to .thoir opponents nil. Matter! .livened up a bit on commencijpg tho -( ojnd hulf, and Wellington quickly got over the lino and Smith added tho extra points. Wellington were bung urged on by their success, but wlven thore seemed a . certain tr...

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Amalgamated Progress Union. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Auial^amatcd Progress Union. The rogitlar quarterly, moeti.ig of the Progress Associations of the Wollinftton district was held in tho Council Chambers on Satnrday afternoon. Alderman Connor (in tliePab'sencb of the Mayor) boon pied tho chair. ' There were also present.:i-Me8,8ra. J.' T. O'Brien (Suntop and Ponto),' B. Edwards and Hanlev fWarne^. (Jnnf«'ii (Geurio), Reid (Stuart Town) and Mitoholl (Wellington Progress Association). An apology for absence was received from Mr, D..J. Breoz-, Secretary , also some\cpr re8pbndenc'e, «apeci illy, a, lotp^r.fKqm, Sagtop and Ponto -Farmers' Union,., offering eome good suggestions. ' ; ?-?(..- -Mr. Cantrill wished to see an amendment to the rales bo thnt if the Mayor or his n'otn inoo cannot take the chair, that tho meeting be empowered to elect its own chairman. 3o moved this motion, which was aeoondod by Mr. Gallaway and carried. He farther proposed that the substance of all correspondence raoeived from the various Government departments ...

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. SOMERSET. SOMERSET.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

; Cricket, ?. , AUSTRALIA v. SOMERSET^: ,' , ? 'sOMERSEl'.-^-Fii-st Innings.; ' '. ' '. Uraund.clredalo, bvouw..i'. ?'— ?- .-...' ; , ... 83: Boraardi'eVKnlly, l*M';Ee8d;.;T ; ' ... .:.,- .f; : /'..;. 94 Robaou, run out ?... ' „?. ..... ( -:.....'. 76; Phillip's, c.M'Lo3d,,bJ'onesi ... ,???,;; ,.V.:;;.:^ * t'r.A 4 Woods, e.fiowcll,,b a3rfimijle'; f -. ..ii' '-:'... I'. 68 ilill, c Joh'es, b lViimble' 'f.i'1'' ' -..T'' ''.;, -.i 13; Daaiell, c Kelly, b Jones '...?. '&?'?»???/.? ?^?''' '?'??' \*', Hedley, b JJavor' ...- ???,„?. '-.'../'.-?.?. -2! Newton,' r.uu put. ;.-. !.. 1 »?..»;: } '??\i(.-?,'t/:\':. ?? '.-.??' IT] Gill, not o}it, '' ' ;'.. J ':.. '' .? ... ' ... C Tylor, fetfruinbJei'b'JoheS'.v.- . ?../,':... -O' Sundrios... -? - it. ? ..... 3' Total . ... -;?;-...- , ,.. ..#.;'?- ^..v'376 .'-?? .BowfinS^Anailysis.-^J^neii'^'fo'r'Oi); !TrUliib«, 2 for. 89 r M%eod, 1 for .82 {, LaTer,- F- for 42 ; .Noblo, 0 for 65 ; Howell, 6 for 9. AUSTRALIANS— First Innings. , v '5t)I«d)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

.' Empire and freedom!' So said one of tho greatost 'of Romans, ? wlioa asked what wore his politics/ ' lJritonB,'.let the' motto' bo' your Watbh'wbrd ? .throughput the ages. But no loss notable .was. the sayinp of ono of tho greatest of New Zealand public ?nion wh«n .-asked what )vo. booV'-fora cough or .cold, :' ' Wotfdii'' Ortat' 'Peppermint 'Guro,' he exclaimed. .Qowasas riglit a» thoiold Roman atatcBman. Give it a trial 5 it is sold eyerywhero and nsrer fails.* ' ' ????:' ;:??. ^-:.M-iMaaM^a'

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

': Itluiiicipal Couucll. ;v Tlio Conricil mot on Thursday ni«litin the Council Chambers, there boing present — tho 'Mayot'O'n tho ohViir) and. Aldermen' Korr, Kenaard, Connor, Flanagan, and Bassott. ? Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. 1 ?:?'-:'? -r'; ' . CORRESPONDENCE '- ' '.^Vj ' '* From J. C. Alexander accepting tho Coun cil's offer to repoit on a gas lighting system for Wellington but fixiug no dato for his viW..[ It MiVdccided togivo Mr. Alexander alifjblo'moro time, and .then, if, ho' did not ?bom'e,ip Becuie tlio services of Bomo ono else. Oisttict Enginoor re i-oad 'Bell Bridge to the Show Ground, saying the matter was .receiving attention. ' Railway Oom'miasionors re Cross-street, quoting legal opinion on the matter. 'TIt was decided on thomotion of Alderman Bassett to w n'to to the Commissioners with a view, to Having Montefiore-Btreet re-openod. Secretary for Roads re boiler, engine, stono-crusher, and plant now at tho water-' works, saying they wer...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p. m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 August 1899

Telegraphic News ? ''. j V — --?'. ' ♦ ; . ., — — ... ;? ?..- (I^BOli OUli OWN CouAESrONDJiNTj). ;.-.- v Sydney, Monday, .3 p. m. : .; ?' ? ?:.- The Weather. Mr. Russell predicts fine bright- weather ?Sqv^ .several -days, ?? temperatnre ' riBitj^; and light variaBlo winds. - ~: Shooting Accident.^ -^ n . 1 . 'At ^'liibring, near Maitland- a boy named Thomas Lee was accidentally shot by his father on- Sui'dayr'.aiifd died in a few mir. ''Ote's':-' '';.;-, .*.'.,'Vy..-j'' '.'.'?...''- .-?? ANewaoldfield. -5 ... p y^^mf4WSicW'ia re^oi-ted,to' hive been ?fliscoveVetiiri South Australia near Wilgona. ., . Attempted Suicide. . ; , . ' Ai'Ayell-fcnd.wn;; cyclist, darned Frederick : WinBtbnV attempted to commit ? suicide at Picton by shooting himself in the head with ?areVolvfef . -He Has been brduglit to Sydney in ai-'pr6i!ariou8 cbiidilibn. . ... '..'. .;, -.''... The Political Situation. ' A rumour is gaining ground' that owing to the streugthoiiing of the Government's posit.ioiiu.Mr. ti...

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The Goose Hangs High. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

The Goose Hangs High. In Hung-ary this wretoh was hung, and on the gallows found ; for in saloons, when lie was yonng, he'd always hang I aroand. And when he lear ned, alas, ? I to love th' itox # * * # icat ing pop, # # npon the slate # C* T # which hung a # Y # bore he 'd al . . . # .;;0 # ways hang it ♦ # * np. He got - - I — I the hang of swearing, too. ' Gosh hang it !' he wbnld say, and hang bis cap up, eying you in quite a hang- . dog way. A hang , er- on he grew to be. His hang- . keroh ief was . red, and if you met him you would see him try to hang hiB head. One night this hangry, ban gry wretch his gra ndmother did . slay, because she -did not run Hi! to fetch his din 1!!! away. InBan ; ity - and self-de tfense in vain ... his. law . ; yers pi ; ead, for . when was in the ovi ' dence, : ? his li : fe hung by a ? thread. Thus be ' who took a drop too much in life, , took one i in doath which was : x,.., . : so fi'ry that its touch ju st took i * , t , away his - ?- - '? ' b...

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