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A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

.' - A bitter penitence. CHAPTER X, — (Continued.) ' . Another time you must Lave the car v - riage, if you won't let me drive you or walk with you,' he said. 'I wish you had let me do eo to-day !' Norah wished she had ; and being scared aud flustered still, she said so. Certainly, if she bad been within reach of Redmond s strong arm, a dozen Ulick Desmonds of IWragh would not have terrified her ! Perhaps the little band which clung yet more closely to him told him aB much. Not another word was spoken until they had reached Kilchenora, and were in the park, taking the nearest path to the house through the tangles of shrubbery, the huge towering trees, and weedy moBS-grown walks. ' ' Miss Cashel,' Redmond said then, ' will you tell me what was said to frighten you bo much ?' It was quite dark now, and Norah could not see his face. She would have liked to «ee how he looked as he put that question. Somehow she had not the heart to evade it. She therefore repeated, quite simply and plai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

To Farmers and Producers. IHrTilT-T. wll° has carried on Lis GENERAL COMMISSION ' fhn ,.1 Kr n'T ; , U JLi JUj BUSINESS noxt Mr. Clifford's, bogs to announce to the Eonoral public that he has been requested by many o£ his old patrons, as well as new ones to ^~wIEEKLy(Pil?DUCE .UARKET. Hitherto' the request was made, but the wanTof proper P^ventcd his carrying out this object. Ho now begs to etato that lie is shortly removing ' P™n'S0»n?*V1'.0 ROYAL HOTEL, and will thoro Sell Weekly the Produce Patro?8 offor- wllich will moludo FARM PRODUCE, HIDES, FURNITURE POULTRY ?EGGS, &o., also MACHINERY, VEHIOLES, &c., &c. eunntxv**, ruuJaiCX, 40 '£ifZ »«e is taking in a Partner who is in every way capablo to conduct a business, and tbo firm will hencoforth bo known us _ MITCHELL AND COMPANY. MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for tho following: — MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGERY. Sydney. MESSRS. CROSSING & COX, Mudeoe. MESSRS. RAYMENT & RAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

? fra— — MBW— Government Advertisements. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.— In Bankbtjpioy. NO. 13635 re WILLIAM PALMER,' of Girilam 'bone, Butclior. Notice is herob7 given that the Sinelo MEETING of Creditors, in the above jnottor will bo hold afc tlio COURT HOUSE, WEL . t.TNGTON, boforo the District Registrar in Bank rupty, on tho 23rd day of SEPTEMBER;-' 1899, at 11 a.m., or as soon aftor as tho course of business will pormit. To' entitle a Creditor to voto thereat, ?his proof must bo lodged with tho Registrar in Bank . luptcy, Moore-street, Sydnoy, not lator than tho 16th dsy of Soptombor, 1899. ARTHUR HENRY, Registrar in Bankruptcy. .45.7 Mr. N.- F. Giblin, Official Assignoo To Farmers. before purchasing- ? A BINDER - ' ? CALL AND INSPECT lleCormick'S' Famous ' End of the Century' Binder. T. H. YORK & CO., LOCAL AGENTS. IttS. w. Si CHAUNCT, SOLICITOR, Commissioner for Affidavits, &c., ? . CUMMINS' BUILDINGS. (noar Royal Hotel}, PEROY'STREET, WELLINGTON. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

' -,?* 7 _ *? ^ v ? ?*' c - - %. ~. -«. - ~- * '' - ? - -? '. ' -. H-m-. ' ~ it V-. f SPRING- AND SUMMER, ?;: ? ' ? ?? 1899 & 1900. v;..-,.rv7;,,u-;'v: ' , .. . ^ 't-T -? .... --? -? .?? MIDDLETON & CO. .???*.:.? ? ? .?: - - ????????. ?.-?'?»' 1 . - ? ? ? * ? ??.??-- 'Wish to inform their;. patrons and t^e public generally that the __ _ alterations to premises are now completed, and quite prepared i for business. We have ju t opened up a First-class, TJp'to-date, Fashionable and Seasonable Stock of ' .Men's and Boys'' clothing, Juvenile Clothing. Mercery, - Hats, Shirts, Ties, Studs, Bom, Collars, Boots, &c.. i ---ft&y ^aiidjmuai^,Qthcr lines too numerous to. mention. V' We Sell Spolr Gasl}. ? ; ? vi — — ? ^ftll Jloqjbh at SvjSi^ev) P rices. ClothZflg of every description to Measure Fit guaranteed or Deposit Returned. ? Tweed and Serge Suits to order, from £2 12s 6d to £3 15s. - ^ ADDRESS: Crescent Corner, ^ ^ . CORNER ' Lee and Warne 'a STREETS. A MI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

-His cough did well nigh drive hitn mod, ? . It made him thin, before so fat, ' — He'd act that strange, he felt'so bad, That someone said he'd got a rat ; Ho had moro sense than people thought, That's why his health is now socure, - He'd eighteenpence, and with it bought, A bottle of Woods' Peppermint Cure.* _For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Poppor. ' mint Cure, '1/6 and 2/6. IN THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF CHARLES BRAOEWELL, LATE OF WELLINGTON, ENGINE FITTER, DECEASED. 4 LL persons having olaims against the above Estato are requested to forward the same, verified by affidavit, to tho undersigned, on or bofbre tho 21st day of SEPTEMBER, 1899. T. W. GARRETT, Curator of the above Estate. . Chancery Squaro, ^Sydney, August 30, 1899. IMPOUNDED nt WELLINGTON on the 81st day of AUGUST, 1899, from Grass Paddock by JOHN BISHOP. . ?? 1 BAY HORSE, small star, off hind fetlock whits AGI near . shoulder, HR near thigh, ? HO off shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands. .. . X Same date from Wellingto...

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The Gas Lighting Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

The Gas Lighting Sclieme. Mr. Alexander, the gas engincei; who was invited to roport' on light'ing Wcilington by 'gas, arrirod on Friday, and, after inspecting tho various street? and and business places within the proposed lighting radios, inpt;thoJalderm6n nt tho Couhoil, Chambers at; 3 p.'ni^ ' Tho' information was of an informal charactor(tho ofQciul report is to bo read at tho Council meeting on Thursday night), but was of a very satisfactory nature. Mr. Alexander stated: that the amount required would only bo £4000, .which sum he thought could bo borrowed at 5 per cent. . lie had placed tho number of consumers at a vory 'low estimate ; for ihstanco he had 11 hotols using 4' lights eaoli — and with so. low an estimate all round; he 'considered; that the-' council should, aftpr'tho first twelve months, clear about £300 per -annum. It is almost cortain that Mr. Alexander's roport will bo roceived and a start mado with the gas works not liter thanj the end of. next - month. - We a...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Football. Sydney . matohes - played' on Saturday werof at follows :— Pirates beat Randwick by 8 to 4, Wal laroo boat Marrickville by 19 to nil, and Sydney beat University by 23 to 5.' The proposed match between Dubbo and Welling ton has almost been dofinitolv decided on. sTlin nnn. tost will take placo noxt Saturday at Dubbo, and Mr. Flanagan, of Orango, will umpire. The Orange Waratahs defeated tho Orange Our.' Boys in the final match at Orange on Saturday, thus winning the Brown Cup two years in succession. ?

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday 3 p. m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Telegraphic News ? ? ^ ^ (From our own Correspondent]) Sydney, Monday 3 p.. in,.. .' The Weather. . - ? - Mr. H. C Russell reports l^ow Soutli Wales fino' warm: weathor - throughout the colony j falling barometers in the WcBt, whoto it is becoming cloudy. Queensland Referendum. Mr. Reid expresses himself as delighted at tho viotory.obtainod in Queensland, and has wired con gratulations to Mr. Dickson, tho Premior. . -' -. A Drunken Affray. In a jlrunken. ailj'ay on board tho stealer Toldsa lyingvat ;' Wollington, Now Zoaland/^on 'Saturday, night th'reo men wore stabbed. ' The Political Situation.- ' Nothing fresh has transpired with rogaard to tho political crisis. All interest is now centred on Mr. Wilk's proposed- amendment).' ? ? It is rumored that pireumsta'nees havo como to light which disclose' a transaction similar to . tho Neild affair. ; : ' - . - r; Alleged Wilful Mnrderi1. - A widow, named Margaret Deardbn, and James NewB„hcr nephew, have been committed for trial' for .th...

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Neurea. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Neurea. (From our own correspondent) A very successful hare drive took place, on- Sat* urday last, in the vioinity of Black Rock. About '20 shooters and about the same number of drivers assembled in the morningi and before . the setting of the sun, 92 hares fell victims to tho gun. Asa series of the drives havo been . held in!this district for many Saturdays previous to this, atld hiehef numbers being scored than on this ocoasion, it goes to prove |that tho game is getting lessened consider.', ably It reflects great credit on the residents of this . locality, for collecting together; and thus ridding themselvos to some extent , of this troublesome and destructive pest. Also, great credit is due to Mr. Mrs. and_ Misses Reedy, foe their kindness and generos ity in inviting shooters and drivers aliko to a well laid out and sumptuous repast, and everyone spoke in high terms of the. Reedys and ~ concluded that it would be. woll if wo had -a drivo a little oftener in that direction,

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Dubbo Hospital Demoustration. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Dubbo Hospital Demonstra tion. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) - The first Hospital Sunday Demonstration was held in Queen's Park yesterday. There was an at tcndanco of about 3000. Tho procession of friondly societies and others, headed by tho Dubbo, Welling ton, and Salvation Army braBs bands, left tho Town Hall at 2.30 p.m., pnd marched through Church, j Darling, Cobborai Maequario, and Talbragar-stroots to tho Park, where addresses wore delivered by tho Mayor (Mr. Jfi. 11. Utloy), Messrs. u. 11. aayior (president Hospital Committee), W. E. Morgan (vice-prosident), S. W. Phillips, M.L.A., and tho Captain of the Salvation Army. The- bands playod seiectioha botweon tho addresses, and tho lady Col lectors canvassed vigQrously. Anolosios for;.noii^ attendance' were rccciyod from tho Ror.'J.'Dunifi; who forwardod a donation, and Mr. John Haynes, M.L.A. Votes of thanks to Mr. J. Field, secretary of tho movomont, and tho Mayor, for presiding, wore carried by acclamation. Tho amount so far. ascertaine...

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Maryvale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

/ Maryvale. (From our own correspondent.! The attontion ef the' authorities is being continu. ally callod to tho disgraooful stgto of somo of tho roads here, arid yet nothing comes of it. On tho road between the railway-station and Barton's June tion- th'ere are two places of about 12 chains' eaoh that are in a terrible condition, and teams are con wauaiiy Dogging. j.no maintenance man does his pest, but it is impossiblo for him to copo with sueh sloughhs . as thcs.o and many others... Perhaps the looal, Progress Committee will, liko the snakes,' as the warm weather is approaching, wake up and pull together and try and do some good for our district. Messrs. Morrisoy and Mundy have cut and com pleted a 2000 gallon tank for Mr, G. Hubbard, and 1 -have' given great satisfaction.- - We aie very sorry to hear that Mr. W. Dawson is down in Sydney having his eyes seen to, as tbe local dootors cannot do anything for them. Fitzgerald's troop visited Maryvale on Thursday tho 1st September, bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

CArBTAN CiaAiniTTiiB.— Thoso importod cigarettes aro now obtainable from all tobaoconists at 4d per packot of 10,*

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DISTRICT NEWS Stuart Town. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

DISTRICT N*EWS ? ? Stuart Town. (From our own ? corrosnondofit.} Since last writing you this locality has been favor. I ed with another fall of rain, making tho season at I present distinctly good. Tho many bony animals to 1 bo'Been-about tho oommon during wintor will Bow 1 begin to fill out ond goin flesh and weight. p For.battery purposes there is a threo months' ft supply of wator in tho dams, and an air of active i industrial nto is givon tho. town by tho continual sound of tho battorios and the sight of minors going to nnd from their 'shifts.' Still tho local-'!»bor market is moro than suppliod, and many men are unablo to find remunorotivo omployment. The contractor for tho now convent building has como to town and is about to mako a' commence.' mont of tho job. . , There is moro than tho uaua'l amount 'of sickncw here at present, thoracic ailmont has been epidemic amongst juveniles, and whtle.it lasted it was hero a cough, there a cough, everywhere a cough. Ono death occurred ...

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Land Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

JLaud Matters, Tho following pieco of, land has been rbvoked from tomporary roserve, and will bo available . for Balo on Octobor 25th :— Part of wator resorvo'15498 within the. .annual loaso 5909, Bt. Voecli, .'county Gordon, parish Jledbank, area 311 acres, adjoining Mr. Oliro Wise's. selection at Sunton. . - , ..Revoked from Sale— rabout 3.5 acres, bounty W.ol--' hngto'n, parish. Hargraves'; reservod and exempted from loaso genorally— about 180 acres, county Wel lington, parish TJiraganbil, villago Warburton 5 reserved and exomptcd from annual loaso for tem poral y common— about 25 acres, county Wolllngton, parish Grattai; revoked from annual loaso or oc cupation, liconso-^about. 4595 acres, county Welling ton, parishos Hargravos and Grattai j withdrawn, from tomporary common at Hargraves— about I960' acres, county Wellington, parish Hargravos ; rcsorvo from sale for temporary common at Avisford— about 25 acres, county Wellington, parish Grattai j rosorvo from lenso other tl'ian a...

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A Sad Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

A Sad Fatality. An accident surrounded with somewhat painful oiroumstanees, and with a 'fatal termination, hap pened to a youth named Charlea Goodwin, of Cun oumbel. It appears that the unfortunate young man was out shooting with a younger brothor, whon in some way the gun that tho latter was carrying i wont off and lodced its charts in Mm n,„ elder brothor. Two gentlemen, who were riding past at tho time on bicycles, had their attention attracted by the report and aomo shouting which followed and shortly after a lad burst through the bush, ox' planning, 'I have shot my brothor.'- Mr. McKinnon, sohoolmastor, at onoo prooccdod to tho spot with two others, and betwoon thom they convoycd tho wounded man homo. Dr. Vecch, of Molong, was immediately Bont for, and arrived at 2 a.in on Saturday. An ex amination proved that tho caso was quite hopoloss, internal liemorrliago having Bot in and tho doctor gavo no hope of rocovery. Tho shot, heavy wallaby shot, had piercod tho lungs and kidneys ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

WJLD CHERRY ? BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from tho oxprcssod juioo of Wild Chorry Bark, in combination with otlior ingredients, will bo found tho ' most useful mcdicino for chest affections, - Proparod and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Sispensing& FamilyChemist MEDICAL HALL, , i KANIMA CUKSCKNT, WELLINGTON Mr. E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, Has decldcd to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and for the prosent may be corisultod at tho CLUB HOTEL. INDIGESTION : ' Thoro is no more common cauBO of Indigestion or t-jrspopsia than imporfcct inuBtication ; no more fmitful.sourco of hondaoho, nouralgia, nausea, heart ?burn, flatulonco, diarrhoea, dysentry, and various ' othor disorders. Indigestion, largely induced by imperfect mastication, is probably tho occasion of moro disorders than can bo traced to any othor one ~ cause . ' ' ' EXTRACTIONS, 2/6. PAINLESS, B /;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

s. 11. DAWSON, licensed Surveyor, f Specially Licensed Under the Real Fro perfcy At t. ;*TS propared to nndeitftk# tiab-division if Sur reys of all kinds ; tafcrae of levels, An^UddresB, Wellington- i Biifav g^evrif^HicCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. : . r - t»ea Street. Wellington' Bealeand Co's ' oTred THBBE FIRST PRIZES at the K Bydnoy Show, where all known makes were txhibitedaudputrnthe^ ^ AND CO. were , M the ffi^Kold Medal for HAPSBURG PTANOS wWoh are specially constructed for the SS and which only require tumn* about once ''wwa^e'aND CO. haw invented a Machine mS S ^ altered from lock to cham by .imply pressing a button. CtSbM ^application to the I*cal AgeS oFthe Manager, Mb. J.M0MAKU8, Beale and Co., Dubbo. ' ? ? ? ? - Ladiss' General Burse. MVS. p. COLREAVY, having seoured addition al Accommodation, is prepared to receive persons desirouB of Btaying in Wellington for ? LADIES1 wSd for their ACCOUCHEMENT, or waited on at their own Residence. Bote the AddreBB—...

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Professor Drummond. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Professor Ilrummonci. In tho Prosbytorian Church, last night, tho Rev. G. Milno delivered an eloquent address on Professor Drummond, bis lifo and his work, under tho titlo of 'A 3aiut of tho .Nineteenth Contury,' Tho church was crowded iia ovory part. ' After iho dbehine serTieos, Mr. Donald sang nri anthem. - Rov. G. Milno took for his text a vorso from ?Timothy, 'I havo fought a good fjght.!' i36 spoke ipf tho. power of Professor Drummond favor all 'olassos of tho commuifiity, of his magnetic inUt^nco, j.qf his . loyoablo eh.araotQB -and -lifo, ;and- ithonv of- his. .oyvp.iporapnal- knowledge of 'tho' 'Proffssar. . Ho .rcmoiiibpred .Vfjpll tho first occasion on- Hjhicl( , Profossor Drummond. Ho was then a' student at tho Glasgow University in tho yoar 1885, Tho lato Profossor was announced toaddress.thojtudonts, and attracted by tho farao of 'his rising namo the hall . m which thp address, was to be mads was -packed.- He-commenced by toiling' ah' aneodote of two-men who. wero work...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

Local Jottings. DyspepticB— read E, P. Solomon's dental notice. Thus a correspondent I met one of the mOBt refreshing persons it has everbeon my lot to meet the other day while journeying from Spicer's Creek to Wuuluman. The gontloman doos not believe in the good of newspapers, and maintains that tho world is going too fast, especially in the matter of inachinary among farmers, and that it wonld be better to return to the old mothod of renping wheat with tho scythe. His ideas on this and many subjects reminds one of the ' crank,' who said that to provide employ ment everyone should be allotted 10 acres of j land and be compelled to cultivate it with a spade and live on it. He diod in the mad house. v . ., , New jewellery every week — in pretty and ' serviceable designs at lowest possible prices —gold brooches from six shillings at J. W. I Marshall's in Porcy-street.* J In cur last issue, in our article on ' Malt iny Barley,' wo stated that jheprico paid at Rostall's brewery for malt...

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Coining Events. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 4 September 1899

. Coming Events. Wosoleyan Banquet in the intorests of tho Twentieth Contury Fund, September 6th. Wellington Football Social, SoptembBr 13th. Annual Hospital ball,. September 20th. _ .Wellington Bioyclo Club inaugural raco meotirie. Septombor 27th. . . . . ' SHOWS, Millthorpo show and ploughing matches. Sen tember 19th and 20th'. Cowra P. A. and'H. Association, Septembor 20 and 21.' r RACE9 Mudgoe jockey; Club, Noven.bor 8th and 9th.. Cobar Baces. October 10; 12, 13. ? Bourse Spring meeting, October 19, 20. , COURTS. - Oetober G — Special Licensing Court. October 20 — Quarterly Licensing Court. October 6 and 20— Small Debts Court. November 3— JJistrip^Jour^ndQuarter (Sessions

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