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The Transvaal. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

The Transvaal. r Jj.ondon, Wednosday. A great exodus of womon and childron is taking plaoo from Protoria, Tho total number of rofugeos from l))o Transvaal since thobegiiiliingof tho difficulty totals 15,000. uoer iuicuB uro apparently ueiug . con centrated in tbo Western Transvaal. A dofeuco corps is being formed in Pietor maritzburg and Durban. - Iiatesfc Cx-ickei;. The Australians completed thoir first innings for 150. Darling was bowled by Ansou for 58. ?- ?- ? , : Lancashire, in their second innings, havono wiokots down for-52. | Tho match was' drawn. . ; . j

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Wuuluman. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Wuuluuiauo (From our own correB»ondent.) Tho Poggy Crook copper mine is situated on tho private property . of Mr. J. Aarous and- is at present employing four men, under tho management of Mr. This. Williams, Capliiin Cock being proprietor. Tho shuft is down 45ft and tho reef is 4ft in thicknoss, running north-west. Thero aro two drives — ono extending 24ft north-west, and ono '30ft oast. So far no oro has beon smeltod, but ore at grass is being carted to theBolara mine, and will probnbly bo put through iu two or three week?, ;«-h judg ing from appearances, shou'a j i». iU. good returns.' Anothor \ shaft' is boin^ sunk » . ? r, further up the hill, where the formation is particularly good. The Wuuluman to Wellington road might bei improved by the outting away of sevoral small sidings. No ordinary heavy loads can traverse this road, and farmers have frequently, when carting produce, to draw half a load at a timo a part of tho way and then re-load. A horse mail is bridly wanted to run b...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Telegraphic News ? ? : ? « ? ? ? ./'?(From oub own Correspondent )' ' Sydney, Thursday, 3 p. m, The Weather. Wragge's forecast is generally fino, but with tendenoy to rain near Victorian border. Russell Bays weather generally cloudy, and more rain coming on, at first in souths western districts, afterwards spreading over the whole colony. Harket Prices. Wheat, 2s 9d tp2s lid; ehickwheat, 2s 4d to 2s 5d ; flour, £6 10b to £7 ; maize, 2s 9d ; chaff, £2 15s to £3 12s Gd ; lucerne, £3 to £4 5s ; oaten hay, £2 15s to gutter, creamery and factory, IQd ; dairy, 8|d to yd. Queensland Federation. Mr. Barton loft for Brisbane last night tp fulfil a promise mado tospoak on the federal question. More: Gold Discoveries. John Dunn, tho discoverer of the Wealth of Nations mine, reports another big dis covery near Mount Malcolm, W'isfc Aus tralia. Attacks on Reid. Mr. Jacob Goldstein, formerly secretary of tho Freetrade Association, made a sevcro attack on the .Qoyernmont on tho unsatis factory sta...

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Suntop and Ponto Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Suntop and Ponto Farmers' Union. The usual monthly meeting was hold at Mr. T. O'Brien's residence, Suntop, on Saturday, 26th inst, and was w^ll attended. ' The minutes of the previous meeting wero read and confirmed. ' Proposed by Mr. T. Collins, and seconded by Mr. T. Murray, that the secretary draw up a petition, and send it round for signature, for the purpose of having tho road from 111 icetymulga to tho south-west cornor of Mr. W. Gooley's G.P. cleared and drain ed — Carriod. Proposed by Mr. Murray, and seconded by Mr. Collins, that the petition when filled be sent to the Ministor for Works, through the- Wellington Pro gross Committee — Carrried. Mossrs. T. Bummell and T. Collins (the delegates to tho annual conference ofthoN.S.W. Farmer's and Settlers' Associaton , hold in Orange on August 15th and following days) gave an aoconnt of the business conducted during the Conference. Proposed by Mr. T. Murray, and seconded by Mr. T. O'Brien, that a vote of thanks be accorded to Mess...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

- Markets* Tho wheat market is docidedly firmer, moro I inquiry being evident. For looul np to 3s- is quoted. The unsettled state of affairs iu the Trausvaal, together with the. improved prospeccs in. London, have tended to strengthen the market. 1000 Baoks of New Zealand wheat Bold at full rates. Flour was quiet and unaltered at £6 10s to £7 for local. Tho South Australian Treasurer has osti .mated the coming wheat crop in that colony at 6 bushels per acre. On last year's ares of 1,788,770 acres under . wheat for grain, this would moani a production .of 10,732,620 bushels, against 8,778,900 bnshols last year. Tho trade iu Adolaide, however, say that a couple of inches of rain will be required within the noxt fortnight to bring tbe yield up to the Treasurer's estimate. The official 'return of oreadstuffs exported from South Australia duriug Juno shows a total of 179,927 bushels of wheat and 2841 tons, of flour, making a total for the first bovcu months of tho year of 2,620,072 bushe...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

GENERAL NEWS. ''.''?''Oha'mpaVnb1 wli's'^rsPmlJde' liy. monts Hri'Ith,e'a'everiHeernth' ciihtufy1.' ' .Threbrtp'iiits Vlfil^tfidirw asyjiSre' aufficieiit for - t ho :i! ve t-a'g u a d ul t .0 /! .loo-'.) s'J?h.e sun- giv^B-6iOO,.OC)Oi.time8) aaimubil ligpt as,the full moon.^i', ,.^ iri\ T-oti' in r'; ?.tfnefft'tftw special public houeea for: women. . . ^'TJritil 1830' ' the was/ calledi '''love applel'':iiri' tllerTjhit'6k !^-a^y.I/l0' ;'In -Turkey the Sultaii is' by 'CrHditibii' boprid to! dyoliier Hair and -'bbitrdjfvlir'' o iq .[ In.jGermany aiclock'i hoanbuonlvmadei . t^vat jlSj^arrftnteditpigp.fpf '9,00Q^'enirs;,iJ u'J&f 170 Strong cups of tea;. .J ' -? ,. ... ' The Sand w i«)fi(tslaWaeV& ''eati mate the' baauty'bf Abiin'eft'by fH-jlr'hoightilfJ' ,If 1/1,'The ip^esidcritiaf tetiil'Mri iFraricB^ia'1 aeyen-jonrnji:-!! noiir/iiW/! 1(Jnpan lias a wrjfctan 'history- ex taridiup'j t ni' i;u oil v( Egyptian children, are never washed,, until they arb a year old. Scente...

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Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Hospital Sunday. Tho committee met in the, Oddfellows' Hall last night, Mr. Wiikins being in tho chair, and about twelve, others being pre sent. Minutes were read and confirmed. Letter was read from the secretary of the Hospital Sunday demonstration Dubbo, ask ing for the loan of tho hospital boxes. Mr. Rose proposed that the request be acceded to, which was carried. Letter fiom Mr. John Blackball, regret ting that illuoss prevented him from col lecting rc ore money. Mr. Roso proposed that the money collect ed by the Hospital Sunday demonstration bo placed in the Government. Saving Bank in the name of three trustees (one from tho Oddfellows, one from t he ProteBtant Alliancd, and a committeeman not a member of either lodge) — (the money to be placed in the name of the Hospital Sunday Committee). Mr. Rushby seconded. Mr, Wiikins was proposed as the Oddfellows' trustee, Mr. Thorncraft for tho Protestant Alliance, and Mr. Brownbill as the committee's representative. It was proposed and...

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

CO.LEMANE'S EUCALYPTIS E^TRAjOT. The purest Euoajypte on oartb. ' Lord Carrington'a friend in Inmuknza. The world's remedy for ctiuet complaints, Tho ' cold' curb of Earl Jersey's. But note well Eucalypte, not Eucalypti. During the course of a recent speech tho Premier of New Zealand stated that to tho, 31ot March tho advances to settlers' office had received 0,082 applications for loans the amounts asked for totalling £2,957, 526. Of these 7,070 applications had been author ized for £2,037,423. Thero has been no loseee, and so satisfied were tbo Government with tho scheme that it was intended to make advances on suburban and township properties, and to give those who paid their interest punctually a rebate, of £ per cent. The roliublo Family Remedy, Woods' Great Peppormiut Cure' for Coughs and Colds, I/O and 2/6,*'-,

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

THie New Ministry. - In tbo event of the Reid Government being defeated tho 'Evening 'News' gives the following as the probahle mombtrd of the New Ministry : — % Colonial Secretary nnd Premier, Mr. Lyne. Colonial Troasurer. Mr. Havnos. Attornov General, Mr, Crick. Minister for Lands, Mr. O'Sullivan. Minister for Mines, Mr. Fegan. Minister for Works, Mr. Hughes. Minister for Public Instruction, Mr. Rey mond. Minister for Justice, Mr. Levien. Postmaster-General, Mr. Price. VicePre sident of, the Executive Counoil, 'with a poat in fihe Legislative Counoil, Mr. Sehey. This may be only a political move, or it maybe a good forecast. Wo are too far away to know. 1

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

'Empire und freedom So paid one of -the greateit.of Roman*/ when asked what wore his politics, Britons, let the motto be your watchword throughout the ages, But do less notable was the saying of one of the. greatest of New Zcnlnnd public men when asked what- he look for a cough or cold, ' Woods' Groat Peppermint Curo,' ho oxelaimcd. He was as right as tho old Boman statesman. ' Give it* trial ; it is sold cvorywhoro and never fails.* To Farmers. BEFORE PURCHASING A BINDER CALL AND INSPECT McCormick's Famous ' End of the Century' Binder. T. H. YORK& CO., LOCAL AGENTS. Mitchell & Co. Will Sell at, THEIR ROOMS, Next MR. CLIFFORD'S on Saturday Next, 2nd Inst., 1 BBOOHP-HAKD BINDER ' 1 SECOND-HAND STRIPPER 1 NEW PLOUGH (four furrow) 2 CASES EGGS, &e., &c., HORSES AND VEHICLES. Sale at 2 O'clock bliarp. Thomas & Rotten WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday Afternoon at THEIR YARDS, opposite tho Pjst Oillce, 1 Woggon (8 tons) in good order 1 Abbott...

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

The Progress Committee. Up to the present, tho mat-tors of which notice has been given to be dealt with at Monday night's meeting of the Progress Committee, are as followa 1. Appointment of a P.M. at Wollington. 2. Widening portion' of Bushranger's Creek road, 3. Re-classification of roads withjn the police district of Wellington. '** 4. Furmation of a town band, j 5. Steps to bo taken to provent destruct ion of young pines (looally). 6. Improvement of street at MontefiorcB 7. Inspection of cattle slaughtering. To this list at least three other matters will have to be added. AH notices havo to be in to day.

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DISTRICT NEWS Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

DISTRICT NEWS ? 4 ? Bodangora. (From our own correspondent.; The anniversary services in conncction with tho establishment of tho Wesleyan Church at Bodangora wore brought to a olose on Monday night, the 28fch inst., by a con cert, which was given by local talent, ably assisted by friends from Wellington. Mr. Robt. Conn occupied the chair, and after giving a brief address, the proceedings weie opened by an ovorture on the piano by Miss Shumack, followed by an anthem by t.be, ' Choir and Sunday School children, entitled We cotpe with a shout.' Mr. Wanless 1 then sang '(The Midsbipmite' ; Mrs. Braddon, ' ' Dear Heart'; a.id then Miss Hubbard sang very sweetly ' Children's Home,' which was encored. The recitation, 'The Inventor's Wife,' was very humoronsly given by Miss Lizzie Wivell ; aud the duet by Misses Campbell and Macabee, ? ' Life's dream is o'er,' was muoh appreciated ; Miss Shumack then sang ' Auntie' ; Miss Jones, ' Won't you be my littlo girl ' ; Mastor W. Liudsay, ' Soldie...

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Hospital Sunday Collections [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Hospital Sunday Collections Additional amounts received are aB follows : — Wesleyan Church ? ' 12s 6d Mr. J. Blackhal.l (Spicer's Creok) £1 3b 3d Mr. T. Campboll. ... ... 17s 9d Miss Masonwell ... ... ... 7s 8d ThPBe further sums givo a grand total of £158 6s lOd, but one or two others have to come in. The final collections will probab ly leavo the total at £160. .

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Local Joltings. DyspepticB— read E, P. Solomon's dental notice. ? / ? ? . At the Land Office, Wellington, on Wed nesday, 20fh September, at noon, the follow ing piece of land will be offered at auction : Portion X 123, Parish Uoomev, county Wollington, about 9 miles- west of Warne Railway Station, area 19§ ncres, upset price £2 Is per acre. Further particulars can be obtained from the land agent. Terms arc 25 per cent deposit, balance in three months. Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and ?Colds, nover fails, 1/6 aud'2/0 * The first smelting at the Bolara copper mine has resulted in a yield of 4f tons of copper, which is regarded as good. As a result of the re-opening of this miue there is now rapidly springing up a little town ship not far from Goolma, and there aro already a couple of stores on the spot. Come and see chairs for 3s 3d at Shakespeare's.* Mr. James Bryant, late of the Railway Dopaitment, Armidale, has been removed to Wellington and arrived here. last week. Says...

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Malting Barley. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

malting Barley. ? The attention of agriculturists is invited to the fact that malting operations have ?been started on an extensive scale in this colony. The scene ef operations is Mitta gqng on the' Southern line, and tho com pany is the New South Wales Malting Comr pany Limited. Preliminaries are now_being pushed forward as quickly as possible^'and it is expected that everything will be in full swing about the commencement of the busy brewing season in September. Barley of an excellent quBlity can be grown to great advantage in this, colony, but, owing to want of a regular and assured market, growers hp ve neglected this impbrt'ant cereal. At present no less than 400,000 bushels of malt are imported yearly into Sydney, all of which could and should be produced in j the colony with excellent results to the grower. It may here be stated that the | Department of Agriculture has for some | yoars past given this matter serious con-.: sideration, and in the year 1895 sent a ! trial ship...

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CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

CENSURE MOTION. All formal business haviug been suspended, Mr. Lyne, amid Opposition cheers, submitt ed his motion of want of confidence in. tho Government. . , j TJie hon- member spent some time in | dwelling upon the Neild advance which ho j stated was a violation of the Constitution. Mr. Reid in answering Mr. O'Sullivan in Juno, 1896, said that, not a penny by way of remuneration or expensed would be paid to Mr. Neild, au.d in November, 1898, j again answering Mr. O'Sullivan, he said that no costs would be incurred by the Go vernment in tho preparation of Mr. Neild's report; on Old Age'pensions and state iriBu Tr- ance. The hon member asserted that Mr. Reid bad also paid without the sanction of Parliament four sums aggregating £132, to Jacob Goldstein, who be had employed asj secretary during hia political campaign. Mr. Lyne criticised the financial position of the Government, and quoted fiom the report of the Auditor-General to show *thar tb§ deficiency was steadily increasing. ...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, August 31. In reply to Mr. Levieh, Mr. Carruthers admitted that Mr. Neild, M.P., had repaid the £350 which he had received in connec tion with his report on the old-age pension scheme. .' . Mr. Wright laid the report of the seleot ?committee on this matter on the table, which statod that (1; Mr. JNeua baa not accepted an office of profit within the term of the Con stitution Act. (2) That the Committee were of opinion that the practice of acceptance of payment-from the Government- by members uoldiug commissions from tho Crown, with out the consent of Parliament, is constitu tionally dangerous. This was received with Opposition cheers and cries of 'J A yeB-no report.'

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Cricket. MATCH AT BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 August 1899

Cricket. MATCH AT BODANGOitA. A very interesting match was played at Bodangora on Suuday last, betweon teams selected from t.ho old and now members of tho club Each toam had twenty a-side, so as to give all tho financial mombers a gamo. The old members made a poo? stand, boing disposed- of for 67. W. Uooney /, JD. Juasuer 6, E McDonnell s, wero top scores. Davis Brothers, Roberts and R'illy took the wickets, Reilly doing the ' hat .trick.' The now members did much better, losing 15 wickets for 171, Howell 51, Shuttleworth 38, A. Davis 22, liolt.15, and Shawcross 11, wero top scorers. The Bodangora Cricket Club has a fuirly strong team this year, and are anxious to arrange matches for tho season. They in tend holding a social in Heslin's Hall on Monday, September 11th, and invite all cricketers from the district to attend, when they will receive a hearty welcome. AUSTRALIA v LANCASHIRE. LANCASHIRE. — Firrt Innings,, Ward, b Noble ... . ... . ... ... 32 Spooner, c Kelly, b Lavor ... ?...

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

T o Farmers and Producers. ~\\F 13 ATTTT1 tTl^T T who has carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION ▼ T- ? J. . I. L.L Jj LiiJ) BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to . . . : tfcf gsncral public that lie lms been requested by many of liis old patrons, as well a» new ones, to ?Itabliih a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitlierto tbo request was made, but the want of proper „ . j ' accommodation prevented his carrying out this object. lie now begs to -tatc that ho is shortly removing n*# and commodious premises next the ROYAL HOTEL, and will thero Sell Weekly . the Produce ' ? tkat his patrons offer, which will include FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE, POULTRY. ?GGS, Ac., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, Ac., &c. . . ; W. P. V. desires to notify that he is taking in a Partner who is in every way capublc to conduct a ? ?uiinfH, nod the firm will henceforth bo known as ? - ? MITCHELL AND COMPANY. ? ::i:: , MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for tlio followinc: — MRSSRS. PITT, SON k ...

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

Hako Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, C1URE Privato Discuses, Sc:uticn, Piles, Lost Man* f huo:l, all sorts of Eyo Disease, Toothache, Neuralgia, aud Corns. Consulted All Hours. Hiko Khan's forefathers wero all Oculists, Hucli eems, India, his father, grand-father, and great* grandfather. Hako Khan hus been practj?*.. ing his profession for many years. He will tell his patient ut lirst whether he can cure or not. Address — Lee Street, op/). Sttiv Mill*, Wellington TESTIMONIALS:— Baker's Swornp, August 12th, 18110. To Doctors Hako Khan und Nah Allah, East Indian Eye Doctors. _ Dear Sirs, — I have been suffering from granula tion of the eyes for tho last twelve months, aud my eyes wore so bud that I could not see tweuty yards' distance,. they, being very weuk and dim. I have beeu uudpr Drs. Hako Khan and Nah ^.Hall's treat ment this' last few weeks, and through thoir skilful treatmont I am glad to say my eyes are thoroughly cured without eny operation. 1 ...

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