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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Death. GARDOLL. — On tho 26 th May, at her mother's . ' ' residence,. Wellington, of pneumonia, Mrs. C. Gabdoll, fourth daughtor of Mra. R, Biahop, ; Montcfioro-street. ^ Farowell. denr, but not for over; Tliero will bp a glorious dawn.' j ' Wo but part to meet for ever, On the resurrection morn. | Tho? thy darling form lies stooping In the cold and silent tomb ' Thou-shalt havo o glorious waking ^ ' '? When the blessed Lord doth eomo. Inserted by her loving sistor and brother-in-law , E. and £. Coupland. . DeoroBfc sistor, thou host left us, Thou dost dwoll with angols now, And a wroaih of glory priceless - Sparkles on thy shining brow, ' Good and gontle was thy lifetime, Christ ling died and set tlieo free ; Wait a little, dearest sister, And we soon shall follow theo. Inserted by hor loving nieco and ncphow, A. and G. Carter.
The Waterworks [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
The Wate 1 works A visit to the waterworks just now will show that the work which has been pushed on apace for some months is rapidly near iug completion, 'under the -'direction of Mi. Resident Engineer Syuionds. Soon Wel lington will be in a position to boas t of huv-' insf one of the best water sunnlies -in- the .couufty.. It- is' hardly necessary to.:meri-; tion the location~of the resoVvoirj more tliaii to say that the plafce selected, about a 'mile from towu 011 tho.Suntop-Ponto road, situat ed as it is in a valley through which runs Bushrangers' Creek, is a spot designed by nature for tho.uso to.wluflh it is' now being put. A wall of an arc shape with 'a radius of 150 feet has been built, across tho valley, the convex side being opposed to the water. This idea permits the construction of a. wall of much leas substantial dimensions thau would bo necessary if if were constructed an a straight line. -Tho, width at tho bottom is 11 feet, but it gradually thins until -at the top it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
FEDERATION. Mr. HENRYCOPELAND M.L.A. WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS OF WELLINGTON Saturday week, 10th June. THE PREMIER, HON. G. H. REID, will also sponk in Wellington ou Saturday afternoon, June 17tli. ADDRESSES by members of the Wel lington Federal Leaguo will bo givon at SUNTOF on SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, at 7.30 p.m., at Mr. T. Brummell'p. A. WILKINS, Hon. Sec. , important Notice. A LL ACCOUNTS due to the undersigned must he sottled on or bofoi'o J UNE 14th,, other wise they will bo placed in tho hunds of our solicitor for collection. „ DE BOOS & FRAWLEY. Government Advertisements. Now South Wales Govornmont Railway*. Ofllco of tho Railway Conimissioncrs, ; Sydney, 23rd May, 1S09. TENDERS will bo received at this Ofllco until 12 o'clock on Mouday, tho -5th Juue, 189!), from persons -willing to supply BILLETWOOD and ! SAND, Wollingtop. A list of nil stations at which Billotwood and Sand aro required is published iD the Government Gazette. Further particulars can be obtained ou appl...
Artesian Water. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Artesian Water. Last wook Mr. Carruthers paid a (lying visit to tho western districts of this colouy, and inspected the country round Bourke, also the Pera artesian bore. He said he was. pleased to see the success' achieved in obtain ing water at Pera, but now 'that the Govern ment had put down one bore and shown that water could be obtained, he considered it only right that private enterprise -should bo allowed to do its owri work now. Did Mr. Carruthers come out west to addius3 the electors on the question of federation, or was tho principal object of his visit to j give him a chance to see (as Minister for Lands) imhdjfr b'acf a stnte the country .was.; for want of water P Did Mi\ ?..Onrrutliors*' properlv-reiilize that the Western country is almost bare of cattle and sheep for Avnnt of-grass and ?water ? Does he know that the squatters whom ho addressed are ruined men, iu the hands of . the banks, without a shilling in the woild ? Can -lie realize', astute lawjdr as hp is, that ...
Poetry. FEDERATION. AN AUSTRALIAN PATRIOTIC SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Foetry. c ' FEDERATION. AN AUSTRALIAN PATRIOTIC SONG. (By tho lato Sib Henby Paekes, G.C.M.Q.) . Youngest of tlio Powers of timo, That oro destined to possess ; Earth redeemed from war iind crimo — To rule and bless. . :-f ? Queen uncrowned, but orowned to bo, .. J -Robed in unioti's starry dress; Guardian of Australians free — - To rulo and bless. ' ' Crowd lior in her golden youth, 3eo her votaries round her press 5 Led by champions of tho truth — / r. .. To rulo and bless. ? , v . : ; ? Crown her sovereign of us all, . .v.l-;'- Ono united, never less ; ?? Truo Australians wait her call — ? : . : ? To rulo and bless. ,, , ._ In her native pride sho comos, ?. .. 'r Not with legions to oppress ; .. *. Ono .wide land of freemen's homes— , , r To rulo and bless.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestier Bros. ' SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS VV , (Members of tlio Dental Assn. of N.S.W.) ' SYDNEY, KYJIOAN, WARREIN, WALG-ETT, and COON AMBLE. . LP YOU -WANT Artificial Teeth that Pit,.. V , Teeth without plates, ? ' f Teeth cleaned, sealed, filled, or ; v? Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with ?' . our local 'Annsatlictic Anoilcno. 1 V;,; Teeth gold-capped or crowned, - Hv'v Teeth repnired, : ? ? Teeth, fitted by atmospheric auction, ^ ^ Teeth added to present eases, or' -v- ^ 5 . Teeth remodelled or regulated/ ..v 7 ^ SETS ruoir £1 Is. ; GOLD LnLLIKGS ruoii'lOs/ Pai^i.ess ExTit actions 2/0. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYLj AND GAS ADMINISTERED. / ?/ '. ; F E W T E FrT¥ 0 li I A L S : . ;f ? Wurren,'12tb; Sept , 1S98. Messes. Labbalestieb Bkos., Dentists. : Duiii Sins,— I havo to .lUao.k you for tl\o skilful way you estracted my teeth, I felt no pain whatever ?—your anmsthetic i3 a great desideratum to thoso wishing to lavoid pain. W. J. Pabkeb, Coach buil...
THE NOVELIST. A Gruel Bondage CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
THE NOVELIST. ' GraeJ SoipSage CHAPTER IX. — (Continued.) Gwyn Lorrimore, left alone, mad with rage, yet knew that ho had not a minute to WBBto if he would' aave himself. . With almost Incredible rapidity be stuffed cer : tain things into a bag, changed his .dress to a complete disguise, crept out of the house unseen, and by a circuitous route ? : roacoea ureat Ttaaaon. It was a man bearing no apparent resem bianco whatever to Mr. Gwyn Lorrimore - who travelled up to London by an early afternoon train, leaving behind him ser vants unpaid, and horses and other valu ables to indemnify the landlord for the lack of his rent. ; But Maurice Estcourt did not wire to Scotland Yard. otapter~xT Jusuita rose up trembling, as hor lover came to her in the library at the Chase. He . ~ . caught her in his arms, and held her close for a minute before he spoke. Then be released her, and took from his pocket the ' three letters, which he pat in her hand. . 'Oh, Maurice,' the girl whispered, 'how ' ca...
IN EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 May 1899
IN EARLY SPRING. As I went out in early Spring, ~ ; A blackbird sang beside my gate. I would not stop to hear him sing — . t % — His heart seemed so disconsolate. - And I had risen from my rest, . . - As though my rest had bee* ft load,. : ~ . To find that Failure — ugly guest ! — .v.: -. Had visited my Hopo's abode. : ?' : '? / - v.. ^ I nevor folt tho air was swoet, - ' J ???..-?.-7 I nevor saw tho sky was now, , ~ Till, suddenly, across the street . , ,Tlie sun shono— and I met with you ! .... / You laughed — your luugh was more than glad— - Because I called tho world unfair; \ '? : You laughod because I looked so Bad,. , You laughed ... to show you did not care. But, lo ! it flashed upon mo, when ; : i .v. Y()u» oyes glanced through your laughter's veil, . % That I was happiest of men, J 1 - That thero was no such word as/ai7, -As I went home in early Spring, , A blaokbird sang beside my gate. ' '. v..- 1 ? I. stayed awhile to hear him sing : . ?- His heart — my heart — was so e...
RESULTS OF THE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
RESOLTSOFTUETOUR. ' Matches played, G. Won, 3 ; lost, 1 ; drawn, 2. 1 May 8, Crystal' Puluco, v. South ofEugluud.— Drawn. South of England, 246 uud 222 ; Austra liu, 375 (Grugon- 124, Noble 116 notout), and 7 for ono wicktt. ? May 11, Loylon y. Essex. — Lost by 126 runs; Ebsoi, 122 anil 144; Australia, 144 and 73. May 15,' Kcnoiriglon.Oval, v. Surrey.— Won by one innings and 71 nine.' Surrey, 144 and 64; Aus tralia, 24'.). ??;??? May IS, Eastbourne, v. Eleven of .England, 171 runs. Australia, 222 ami eight for 227-j Eleven of England, 171 and 107. May 22, Slieil'told, v. Yorkshire. Abandoned through ruin. Yorks'iire, 83 for 3 wickets. May 25, Manchester, v. Lancashire. Won in an ' innings and 84 rims. Australia, 267 ; Lancashire, 102 and 81. ' ? ' -.. .' ? ' ?
Cricket. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
;'. '???' Cricket; . : AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND Tho following is tbo list of matches arranged, and tlio datos:- ? * ' Juno 1— At Nottingham, England v Australia— tcBt Juno 5 — At Lord's, v M 0 0 and Ground Juno 8 — At Cambridge, v Univcrsiry Juno 12 — At Bradford, v Yorkshiro . ' Juno 15 — At Lord's, England v Australia — tost* Juno 19 — At Portsmouth, v Oxford University ????? Juno 22 — At Leicester, v Leicestershire) ' ? ' ?:??? Juno 26— At Dorby, v Derbyshire ? Juno 29— At Lords, England v Australia— tost July 3 — At Nottingham, v Notts ? . . . July G— At Truro. v an Elorun of England ? ? July'lO— Vacant ? ;'. ; ? ...... ... . ??? July 13 — At Bristol, t Gloucestershire July 17 — At Manchester, England t Australia — tost July 20— Match at Crystal Palaco (?) ' July 24 — At Konningtou Oval, v Surrey July 27 — At Brighton, v Snssox July 31— At Lord's, vMCC and Ground Aug. 3— At Portsmouth, v Hampshire Aug. 7 — At Birmingham, r Warwickshire Aug. 10 — At Canterbury, v Kent ; . . ?...
LATEST MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
LATKST M ARKL5T- PItWKS. ? Tho following aro the prices qnot u ^ m morning for produce :-Whoat, 2s ,8d .to A I 10d ; chickwheat, 2s 5d to 2s Od -, ton t,& I 10s to £G 15s ; pollard, 9id to Ojdj bran, I 9|d to 94d ; oats, Is 8d to 2s ; maize, pnmo, ? 2s &d ; lucerne, *3. 5s to £4 15s } ontcn !u.y, I £3 lOs to £4 5s ; potatoes, circular head, *- . I 5s tb £2 10s; butter, best creamery »»J . ? factory, lOd ; dairy, 8d to 9d j pastry, ojU I to 7^el. . ; - : ' I
LATEST CRICKET. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
LATEST CItlCKET. London, Wednesday. Tho match Australia v. Oxford University wascontiuued to-day, undorspleudid weather conditions. But tho attendance waB small. Following nro the romaiuiug sooies .— Hill, b Bosauquet ... -. ? ': H Gregory, b Stocks ;..., ? Jj ? DarHnc, not out ? '*r M Noble, not out ? ^ ? Four out for ? 3(|0 ? Tho match was drawn at 3.30, inordor to H allow tho players to attond tho Dorby. H
TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
TELEGRAPHIC } (From oub own ConnEsroNDENT.) \ . SYDNEY, TllUUSDAT, 3 p.m. ??; Edgar Price, charged with haviiK folo niously wounded tho Rov. Mr. Witaombo ? at Rooty Hill, was found not guilty. ? Fully fifteen thousand people fooyht f»r admission to Miss Amy Castle's concert iu Melbourne last night. . The Agricultural Society's ball last night brought together a brilliant aBsem- blago at tho Town Hall. Lord Beauohamp \ ana suite wero present. |B : Federalists aro in groat'heart at tho ap- |H patent change in public feeling, which is w gradually moving in the direction of tho .:? accoptance of the Commonwealth Bill. On « tho other band Anti-billitcs maintain their HJ pause in strengthening daily. ?? ?? B 'The Premier addressed a monster moel ing at Tnm worth last night, and was ac corded a brilliant reception, and unauiraous voto nt tbo closo ot thr addicB3. ? Tho Bishop of Qraftot and Armidole publicly thanked tho Premier for his able administration of public affairs dur ing his roeo...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
'?:. MAIL TIME. TABLE/ Mails closo at the Wellington Post' Office, and - arrive, there as follows : — ? ? For S/duoy, Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. ' For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Maryvale, daily, 7 a.m. ; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. „ For Lincoln, Spicor'e Creek, Goolma, Two-Milo Flat, Cullcnbone, Mudgoo, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. For Comobella, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, 4 pni. Sunday. For Ponto, Torrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; ' arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. For Yeoval, Mt. Aubery, Walraa, Parkes, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a in.; Monday and Friday 4.30 p.m. For Curra Creek, Bournowood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. For MontcQores, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 p.m. For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive Tuesday and Friday, 5 p.m. For Suntop, Arthurville, ...
St. John's Choir Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
St. John's Choir Fimd. Tho Protestant Holl waB fairly filled on : Monday ovoning, tho occasion beinR an cntortainmont in aid of St. John's Choir Fund. Tho several items woro highly ap. prociatcd, and mot with woll merited ap plause. The Rov. R. Barry Brownpiesided, Miss Zilla Porter opened tho programme with a pianoforte solo ontitlod ' II Oorricola' rendered in an admirablo manner, Mius Barton s song, ' Dear Heart,', was giren ; with much sympathy, anil waa well receired 1 by the audience, who would like to havo had nu oncoro. Mr. Jones, of Mambil, sang 'The only girl I love.' Mrs. Chrystiill was ; down for a song, but owing to illness could :'} not appoar. Then camo tho great attraction of tho ovening. Amongst Edison's many marvellous works thcro sire fow which will bo moro apprucialud by a music-loving pooplo thiui the f.M'aino|ihoiio. This iiistra-' mont is composed of a box, in which is the machinery, and from which Btands out a kind of trumpot arrangement, which con voya thoBo...
Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
Coining Events. SHOWS. Jane 7 and 8 : Cobar P. and A. Society. June 7 and 8 : Warren|P. and A. Association July 26 and 27 : Condobolin P. and A. Association Juno 29, 30, July 1 : N S W Sheep^-breeders' As sociation Annual Show . August 9 and 10: Parkos P A and H Association August laud 2: Forbes P. A, and H. Associa tion. ?
(From the "Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
(From tho ' Advocated It is reported that tho Wontworth Gold Minine Cn of Luoknow, Imvo commenced operations en a claim of 100 acres, known as tho Maaoot Mine, and intnnS sponding £3000 upon its development, Tbo man agor's houso is in courso of orcetioi, nnd tli0 lnaoi.' inory for tbo mine is now on is way from Lueknow The main shaft which has bb--n sunk 300fcetb» tributcrs is to bo sunk another 200foet. The water for tho batteries is to be uumnod from Stnnno 0...1. a distanco of about two miles, and tho battorio* will' ? bo erected on top of tbo hill fronting Mr John I Sloan's homestead ' Roslyn,' about three milei cart H Owing to tho continued dry woathor and jenrcitr of water, mining is almost at a standstill in tliia district. At tho post office mine tho oroction of a battery and vanners has boon completed, but owine to s-arcity of water, tho battery can only run a fow hours weekly ; only a fow hands aro omplojed but a good fall of rain will mean tho omplojment of 60 or GO addit...
STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899
STUART TOWN, A serious accident happened to Mr. Bon Sloanb yesterday. It appears that. 11 inun naniod Hubburdy shooting at a dog with a riflo, missod his murk, and tho bullet struck Sloan who was passing ut tho time. Tho ball entered the stomach jubI bolow the ?hoait, and passod clean through tho body. Tho unfortunate man, who wus only about 24 years of ago, and who is woll known in Wellington us a pedostrian, was immediately takon to tho Orungo iloipitul, whore ho wus uttoudod to by Dr. Bray. Wo aro sorry to suy Unit reports point to thore being no hope of rocovory.