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The New Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

The.New, L.andfBlll. Great interest ia taken by members of Parliament and others in the new Land Bill, which will shortly be introduced into the Legislative Assembly. It is understood that one of the main features of the bill will be a provision for the appraisement of conditional nurohasefi. Tt m well-known that some years ago there was a great ' earth I hunger,' and many people took up selec tions of land subject to the capital payment of £1 per acre by yearly instalments, which land was not thon and is not now money. It is to meet ihs-er- cn-His ii.ua the apnraiaemcnt of the In ui : - iv- t.bo bill been detwrmi-iOii upon. 'J1 tie pro vii-ion will only b». i-v.tiJnbie for 8i-!actow. -/ho aro. -' ; .i.-ideiitial oenupotion,, as it i:. ^iv-.anYiiad f'iiat others who havo either ao«; tbeiv 8eJ :-i'Acns '.a. on tho other hand, p. rc-ii' »vao havo r-mvicaed j iu»re doiio oo with thsir K/jvo upon, and do not re ouiro oasistancei The appraisement of con ditional leases, under certain con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

? f Facts are Stubborn. If Wellington people arc not convinced by . local testimony, they differ from other people. Our readers will have noticed how in the past two years cures ' multiplied in tho newspapers very fast, aud the public are, be- coming sceptical. Pacts are demanded, but it has also become essential to know who supplied these factB, and where they are from. People will not now accept incredible cures from the other side of the continent. They want them from home. ' Give us some neighbour, then I will believe,' ia what is aBked for. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills do this ; but be sure they are DOAN'S. Call it what you like, home, local or neighbour's testimony, you can always ascertain the truth of it without leaving the city limits. Mrs. Connelly, of the Royal Hotel, this town, has presided as hostess over that well known establishment for a period of 8 years and is in the prime of life. She gives us the following testimony : — 'Ihavebeen afflicted with kidney disorder f...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. . -' ' — ? — ♦ ? rr: ? ? '': CHAPTER X.— (Continued.) - Wijelher the waa thinking oi her lover or . ' ^ tomeontehe or of nothing in particular N orah trapped along with a aober face, although ?topping out .awiftly, recollecting that hour vhMh ah« had promiaed to give to Sir Amy * aid before dinner, and not at all desirous ^ to b» longa» over her expedition than was ? ? ' abaolatfly neceaiary. Beaidee, bo lonely «ia the road ' that ' deaerted ' would have - bean a better deecription of it. Between ' KHchenora aud the Tillage of Kilkeel she 'encountered no single human being. Her . purchaaea— which made, when completed, ? two tiny parcels, one of which went into tbe ; , poaket of her jacket and the other into her muff— were aoon made, and aheturned home ward. , .. ' It waa growing so dark now that ahe felt almoet tempted to run, and might have done ' ao had not theicei which glazed the footway here and there rendered cautious walking . neceaaary. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Acting like Magic. His trouble was Constipation — Tears a Sufferer — Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills are tried and found best of all medicines. When an elderly gentleman has had bad health for many years and tried numerous remedies, you can generally rely upon his - judgment in Buch matters. Thus, when Mr. T. Thorp, 51 Stewart-street, Richmond, Vic toria, writes a letter such as the following, which we have received from him, he does , not do so hastily, but after careful thought : 'I have experienced great benefit from the use of Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills, which I tried for habitual constipation, from which I have been a sufferer for many years. As I have tried many remedies for tms common complaint, I am in a position to testify that they are the best medicine I have ever taken. 1 never had anything to go so well through the Bystem, and to set me right so quickly. Also, they act very agreeably, never causing pain, as is the case with so many cures for indigestion. I would advise...

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"CHEER UP," DO! [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

' CHEER UP,' DO! By H. E. S. During the rainy weather you see three classes of personB trudging the streets. The first, who thought it might not rain and ventured out without umbrella or water proof he walks calmly along when suddenly the rain descends mercilessly. Our friend rushes for shelter, and you might see num bers of his kind under awnings and in door wavswaitirig till the shower iB over, anxiously looking out for signs of a lull. The second is the man who thought it might rain and is provided with an unbrella only. He battles through and gets wet and sometimes rhonmn ? tics to boot. The Mir*3 !a prtp . .-d « ox u vet day and perepiriu^l.r walk* ti o street* with heavy overcoat, pat? oi: leggings r»nd umbrella, Us Tory often arrives ';oino with 11 that tivad footing ' which prp-v-uUed the Wellington -,)rieraest from attending the ?'council-- mooting tho ofch*r day. 'JL'he mrta who oheors up is tho one Bitting lis his ofiice and .who has 'Huccecsdiilly dodged every ? showor. ...

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Wellington Police Court. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. (Before Messrs. F. H. Kennard, and T. H. York, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Wellington Police Court. | . Tuesday, August 29. I (Bofore Messrs. L'\ H. Keunard, aniM« H I York, J's.P. I Thomas Coady, chargod with droukoQ' noss in Percy -street on tho 28th instant. Accused was admonished and ^[scliargod. . * James Ijupiu' v.' James 0 Brieu. lM/ was a charge of unlawful assaust at \Vcr Jington, on tho 22rd insiaut, proferrea uy complainant ayainst dofoudunt, tor wiw Mr. Hogftrty (for Mr. - Bassott) appept® ' Tho case was dismissed, $1 Is profoseio.ua ? costs being allowed. Thursday, August 81st. (Boforo Mr. F. H/ICennard, J.P.) Jdso'pii Fitzgerald was charged vvi'tli bjing drunk, in Perby-stroet on the 30th mstan t and was admonished and discharged. : On'a ohargo of using obscono langosg in Peroy-stroot on the same day, tbo s man pleaded guilty, and was fiuod M 2 mouths in Wollington Gaol.

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at tho Wellington Pojt-OIBoe, and : - arrive there as follows : — For Sydney, Batliurst, Mudgee, Orango, Stewart '? Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily; '' For Dubbo, Bourko, Nyngau, Maryvalo, daily, 7 a.m. ; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. For Lincoln, Spiccr's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, Cullonbmo, Mudgoc, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. ' ' ' 'For Comobolla, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, ' 4 pm. Sunday. ~ , j-or Ponto, Torrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. - V ForYooval, Mt. Aubery, Walrua, Parkes, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday 4 30 pm. . For Ourra Creek, Bournowood, Wednesday and ?Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. /' ? ? ? ___ For Montefiores, daily, 8.45 a.ui. ; arrive, daily, 5.1 o p.m. ? For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive '* Tuesdaj and Friday, 5 p.m....

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The Stone-Crusher. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Tlie Stone-Crusher. The stone'Crusher recently purchased by I tho Municipal Council from tbo Govorutnont I will shortly bo put into uso. Tho Works -I Committee on Tuesday selected a situ for I the machine a little above the brick kilns I on Bushranger's Creek road, and about ono I mile and a naif beioyv its tormer posin«» The work of taking down and remoyiiig tlio ? ?crusbcr will-be at once proceeded witlyaud in little more than (il)ree weeks it will to turning out road metal as fast as tho Pounoj| can u6e it. Let us be thankful that wo have now seen the last of the hateful river gravel. It is oxpectcd in well-inforniod quarters tl!aj Percy rstreet will receive }ts first complement of molal in a very sljorj; (liiflP

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. I Church of England. (Rbv. R. Bahrt Beown, R.D. j and John C. MaodouoaiiT.1. Si-'ptembor 3rd. — Wellington, 11 am. (H.CJ nnd I 7.30 p.m. j Bodnngorn... 3 p.m. (H.C.) ; Drip- I Btono, 11 a.m.: Mumbil, 3 p.m.: Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m. September 10th.— Wellington, 8 30 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Pouto, 3 p.m.;- Gourio (Railway Station), 11a.m. ; Comobella,'3p.m. ; Bodangora, 7 p.m. September 17th. — Wollington, 11 a.m. (H.C.), and 7.30 p.m. ; Bodangora, 3 p.m. ; Goolmn, 11 a.m.; Spiccr's Creek, 3 p.m. ; Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m. September 24th.— Wellington 8.30 am. (H.C.),H . a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Neurea, 3 p.m.; Suntop; 11 a.m.; Ponto, 3 p.m. Weekdays. Septomber 21st and 25th.'— Wellington, 8.33 a.m. (H.C.i September 19th. — Maryvalo, 7.80 p.m. September 19th.— Mumbil, 11 a.m. (H.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ^ September 20th. — Dripstone, 7.80 p.m. Septomber 21st.— Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m.

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Wellington Starr-Bowkett. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Wellington Starr-Bowkelt. On Tuesday night this Society had a draw for £200 at the office in Warne'Street, Tboio waB the usual large crowd of interested spectators, who watched the preliminary business with evident anxioty, and passivo impatience. Mr. Rose, the secretary, read put the names and numbers, and Mr. McLeod placed the marbles in tho barrol and closed it. The remaining marbles on tho tray wero checked and found correct,-:,- Mr. MoLeod then gave the' barrel a good shaking up, opened the trap, and drew ono marble, whioh proved to be No. 5, tho holdor being Mr. W, E. G. Satchell, of Peroy-streot. Cheers wore given for tho lucky winner, and tho crovyt} quickly dispersed. Thej'e are now oyer 130 subscribers to the society, which is in great favor and daily becoming more popular

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rbv. Geo. Milnb) September 3rd — Upper Spicer's Creek, 11 a m; Bodangora, 3 p m: Wellington (special service)', 7.30 p m September 10th — Yullundry, 11am: Wollington 7.30 p m Septomber 17th— Suntop, 11 am; Ponto, 3 pir. ? Wollington; 7.30 p m September 24th— Lower Spicer's Creek (Ross') 11 a m j Windora, 3 p m {.Wellington, 7.30 p-m Week days Soptombor 14th — Nourca September 19th Geurie

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The Waterworks. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

The Waterworks. Wellington peoplo will be glad to beat ® that tho summer supply of water from tho ffi waterworks is assured. Thero are now S 15,000,000 gallons of water in the reservoir, S and tho depth alongside tho embankment is 8 38 feet. - When the water rises another 10. feet there will be, it is calculated, 30, 000, ODD gallons, and the water will overflow. Thoro is considerable leakage through tho concrete, in some places perfeot jots spouting out; but we are informed that this is tho nsnal thing, that the leakage will continue heavy for another six mouths, and will not cease altogether for at least eighteen months. The water looks muddy, but will be all right when it goes through tho strainer. All that ib necessary now for the water supply to bo turned on to the town is for tho Conucil to pass a resolution, to have it done. They should do this at once, as tho plnmbers will have more than enough to do getting the connections made with the houses, and sum mer is very close.

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

... Wosloyan Church. (Rbt. G-. W. Fuhneb.) aoptomber 3rd. — Wellington, 11 a m — Mr. G-. Chap pell. Suntop, 11 a m j Ponto, 3pm; Welling ton, 7.30 p m — Rov. G-. W. Furnor. Neurea, 3 . p m — Mr. Bembrick. September 10th — Wellington, 11 a mand 7'.30 — M G-. Cbappell. Bodangora, 3 p m — Mr. Bembrick September 17th — Neurea, 11am; Wel'icgton, 7 30 — Mr. G-. Chappell. Curra Creek, 3 p m — Mr. Bembrick. September 24th— Wellington, 11 am ; Bodangora, 3am and 7.30 p m — Rev. G-. W. Furner. Wel lington, 7.30--Mr. G-. Chappell.—

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Departure of Mr. Harry E. Martin. SALE OF "GLENWOOD" STUD SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Departure ot Mr. Harrv v Martin. SALE OF 'GLEN WOOD' STUD SHEEP I Following on thesaleof Mr. Harry Martini property known as « Glenwood,' Spicor'a Creek, wo have to record the highly satis factory private sale of a great portion of h » valuable stud and flock sheep. So soon as the fact was noised abroad that M»,I Lyons had become the purohasors of ' Glenwood ' Estate quite a host of intend ing buyers arrived to inspect, inciting 8noh well-known breeders and fanciers as tho following gentlemen: Messrs. Bruce (Loom bah), Anderson (Curra Creek) SmiM,' (Geurie), Fletcher (Wuuluman), CamDball (Burrendong), George -Martin (Ganual derie), Charles Martin (Hope Royal) L and the prices offered were highly commend' a£le to the owner, as the result of sales effected will show. * « The sheep all round wero spoken of in nn mistaken terms, especially so tho reserved picked stud, some of which remain still nn sold, which are valued at a high kr ' These include the ' Glenwood ' chaia stud 1 ram (for...

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor Isaac Bugg) September 6th — Seatonviile, 3pm; Bodangora, 7.30 p m. September. 13th — Lower Spicer's Creek (Lookseys) 11 am; Spicer's Creek, 3 pm; Bodangora, 7.30 p.m. September 20— Bodangora, 11 a m ; Mary vale, 7 15; p m ; Geurie, 3 pm. September 27th — Mary vale, 3 p m;' Geurie, 7.15 p m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

' - WILD CHERRY BALSAM ? Is a certain cure for Coughs, Golds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all ail'ec (ions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, mode from the expressed juice of ' Wild Cherry Bark, in combinntion with other ingredients, will bo (bund tho most useful medicine 1 ? ' for chest affect ions. rroparod and Sold by .JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL HALL, NAN IMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr.E.P.SOLOMON DENTIST, . v - Has dccidccl to remain peftnasifntly in WELLING ' ? 'l'ON, and for the prcsont may be consulted ut tho CLUB HOTEL. : INDIGESTION. Thero is no more common eauso of Indigestion or ' . Pyspopsia1 than iinporfect mastication ; no more fruitful source of hcadaclio, neuralgia, nausea, lieart- ' bum, flatulenco, diarrhooa, dysentry, ana various ? : - other disorders. Indigestion, largely induced by ? ? - - 'imperfect-mastication, is probably tho occasion of . . .- - more disorders than can be traced to any other one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

S. 11. DAWSON, License a Surveyor, (Specially Licensed undei Lie Real Pro periy A* t. TS prepared to nndettaU ^j'o-division I Surveys of all kin**; tak ir. j of levels, Ac. Address, Wellingt-Ju WElllH6T0W|i^fi4 BUTCHERY SherrifF &McCormick, Wholesale and retail family ,'${/--? BUTCHERS. Lee Street, Wellington Beale and Cfo's ?m-tFW ' TORPEDO' SEWING MACHINE .exhibited ''^PUt BE ALE. AND CO. were ? , Scfa 1 Gold Medal for HAPSBURG PIANOS are specially constructed for the Simfto, and whictt only require mnrng about once 'rwYle'aND CO. have invented a Machine I vr S can bfaUered from lock to chain by s.mpl, ? pressing ft button. Agent* or tbe'Managw^ Mb^Imc^nus, 'Bealea^d Co., Dubbo. - ' - ? s ? Ladies' General Nurse. MBS F. COLREAVY, having secured addition al Accommodation, is preporedtoreccive perion* desirous of staying in Wellington for ?- ' fcSra;™™rfI«lh.ir ACCOUCHEMENT, or waited on at their own Residence. Note the Address— ? MRS. F. COLRKAVY, KENNARD STREET, WELLINGTON...

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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

?t . Couiing E vents. ? -. ??^Weseleyan^^Tfsnquet in tho interests of the Twentieth Century Fund, September 6th. '? Wellington Football Social, September 13th. Annual Hospital ball, September 20th. Wellington Bicycle Club inaugural race meoting. Septcinbor 27th. SHOWS. Millthorpe show and ploughing matches. Sep tember 19th and 20th. RACE3. Mudgee Jockey Club, November 3th und 9th. — — — ? — — ?— —m— mmmm wmm mm NEC 'CEMERE NEC TIMIDE ? THURSDAY, AUGUST 31,1899. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

THE WELLINGTON TlSlES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per qnartor in advance Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, and I/O for each succeeding inch per insertion up to a oolumn of space and to ten insorliffns. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise ment, however small, .less than 2/6 CciBh, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or papor to be in writing. JOB PRINTING- of all descriptions oxecuted tho shortest notice at lowest prices. To our Subscribers. . Any subscriber not receiving the paper rogulaily will greatly oblige us by sending notice at once.

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Spicer's Creek. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

i Spicer's Creek. - (From *0 correspondent-) A rifle match took plnoe here on Saturday , 2lith iust. The day was beautifully fine. Attendance only medium. Following are tho scores . — ? : - -100yds. 200yds. Total. ? Waltor Collins ... 18 ' ... 10 ... 28 Jainoa Hor wood '... 15 . ... -13 ' ... 28 ? M. Fitzpatriok ... 15 ,i. 11 ... 26 Frederick Horwood .., 13 12 25 John Horwood 9 - . v.. 15 ... 24 . Androw Zell... .,,, '15 ? . 9 i.. 24 Harry Hu'ghoB ,., 14 '... , 9 2i) William {Sell/,. U .H ... 22 S. Turvey' -12 ... 8 ... 20 H. gcll ? -10 7 ... 17 H. Horwood ? ? ? ?. 9' ? :;7. ' l(i - 11, Morrison ,,,, ' 10 ... - — ... 10 John Morri«6n ' -0 0 Messrp. Collins and Horwood tied' for first place and divided. The ontrauce was 3a.' Four sliots at each rango. A l iflo matoh handicap is anuouueed to take place at Spicer'B Creek on the 16tli September, 1899. Tluoe-shillings entrance ; quartor of sweep to go to 2nd man ; one eighth to 3rd man. No riflesbarred; Martini Honry yoluntoer rifleB to ...

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