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Hard-Mouthed Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

Hard-Mouthed Horses* A writer in a journal devoted to horses tells his readers that he learned from a suc cessful driver something aboat curing a horse' of pulling on the bit. The driver did not think an aged horse could be cured of t'-ie habit, but that with a young, good head ed horse it was alwavs nossible to nYA**nm* it. He said, 11 It takes two to make a pull ing match ; the horse will not pull his driver if nis driver does not pull him. When I get hold of a colt that has learnt to pull, I first have his mouth examined by a compet ent veterinary dentist ; then I ng him oat with a nicely fitting harness and -bridle that does not pinch him or hurt him anywhere, and use a snaffle bit of the proper length. I give him his head to start with, and if he reaches for the bit and doein't feel it, and then starts off fast as most of them will, I pull up instantly, turn him round, and start him over again with an easy rein. Even time I stop him and turn him around he wiil go a little furth...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

To Poultry Breeders. Settings of pure bred wyandoxtes for Salo. 10/0 a Clutch. ? Apply, ? MKS. W. VINCENT, Gieborno Street. a To Stand this Season at SPICER'S CREEK, ; ? aud Travel tho District TEE T1I0110UG JIB TIED STALLldy, [ GUIfiNOL cimp.) A WHOLE-COLORED BAY, with black points, bred in England, foaled in 188S, a performer of the English turf, a very symmetrically shaped horeo on short lege, with any amount of - quality, and very muscular. Hie^'re, as per tabulated pedigree below, will show how well ho is bred both for speed and staying power, as his siro,' Sterling, was a great performer, und was also the siro of Isonomy, ono of tho greatest cup horses of England ; and tbo sons and grandsons havo proved they inhorit tho racing powers of tho great Sterling, Guignol's siro. His dam is by Adventurer, whose mares aro now most fashionablo in England, and an examination of his tabulated pedigree should satisfy tho most fastidious students of broeding. ~ Sir Her- WUaloboue Waxy ' Bir...

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Its Only Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

Its Only Chance. . An Irishman, in describing America, said : ' I am told that ye might roll England thro' it, an' it wouldn't make a dint in the ground. There's fresh- water oceans inside that ye might dround ould Ireland in; an' as for Scotland, ye might stick it in a cornor, an' ye'd never be able to find it out, except it mighj; be from the smell of. whisky/'

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Rather Awkward. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

Bather Awkward. A teaoher examining his class in Bible knowledge, asked : '.What did Samson slay the Philistines with?' No answer. * Wishing to help them to remember it he tapped hia jawbone with his finger, saying; ' What is this i' They all exclaimed with a mighty chorus : ' The jawbone of an ass 1'

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

GENERAL NEWS. Madmen are saints in Morocco. Coffee' was not known to th? Greeks or Romans. . .. The Duke of York has the right to wear fifty uniforms. ... It takes a crocodile eighty seconds to turn completely round. , .. There are four Irishmen to every Englishman in the United States. Among the Egyptians embalming ceased about 700 a.d. _ ? ? ? Paris's 1900 exhibition . will bo the sixteenth held in that city. All the Pope's private fortune is invested in British securities. It is said that in Paris there are 80,000 does, or one foi* every 30 inhabitants. Before 1810 men almost universally had their faces clean shaven. The membership of the Order of Good Templars in Sootland is close on 70,000. The Mexican dog has no hair. There is also a hairless Chinese dog. The game of billiards was introduced into Europe by, the Knights Templar. The world's supply of diamonds is twenty times greater than it was thirty years ago. The population of the Soudan: ia numbered at 3,000,000, nearly all...

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Like a Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

Like a Tunnel. '.Look here, Pete,' said a knowing darkey to his companion, ' don't stand on de railway.' ' W hy, J oe ?' inquired his friend. ' Kase ef do engine sees dat mouf ob yourn, it will tint it am a tunnel an' run rite firou.' ;.?????'

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An Awful Bondage. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

An Awiul Bondage. ??y Mrs. Cufley'a Case — A Victim to Liver Complaint— Bad Days and Worsef Nights — Believed Herself Incurable. But Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Fills Cure her. _ Another slave to Buffering who has been , Mscured and made contented with life by T)f. Mama's Indian Boot Fills, is Mrs. A. O. :Cufley, Cubitt-street, Richmond, Vic., who states ' Por the last six or seven years, I have suffered from that awtul com plaint arising from the liver, and always had that weary, tun down feeling, and my com plexion was sallow, I used to get up in the morning feeling more tired than when I went to bed at night. Besides this weakness, I bad nasty pains in the head ; also a disordered ?tomach. There were times when I had to take to my bed, and lost all energy in my household duties. I tried many remedies and doctors' medicine, but loBt all faith in them, as they did me no good. Not long ago a friend of mine, and also my daughter, advised me to give Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Fills a trial, ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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American Wheat Yield. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

American Wheat Yield* According to Mr. Maurice Low, who Writes a very suggestive article ia the ' National Review,' the United States are ▼ery probably entering on a period of depres sion. The following paragraph is interest ing : — ' Statistics show, what on their face may be merely a coincidence Phut which may be the result of some natural law as yet not understood, that poor wheat crops and good wuenii crops appear 10 run in cycles or tnree years. From a report recently issued by the Agricultural Department I find that the years 1890, 1891, and 1892 were fat years, the yield averaging 608,997,000 bushels, the price 76.7 cents per bushel and the value 890,119,423 dols. The three following years were lean for the farmer, the average of the crop being 441,167,3G2 bushels, the average 61.2 cents per bushel, and the value 225,670,801 dols., an average shrinkage of 165,000 dols. - These were three years of business depression which bred the great dis content and distress which manifest...

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Suntop. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 7 September 1899

Suntop. (From our own correspondent)   The cricketers gave a most enjoyable dance. at Mr. and Mrs. John Harris' on the last day of August. Over 100 couples attended and the pro ceedings were most enjoyable. The hall was taste fully decorated for the occasion by the Misses Harris, and the refreshments were all that could be desiredby the most fastidious. The music was supplied by Messrs. Horan, Sibbald and Jarman,   each of whom gave great satisfaction. Dancing was continued until the "wee small hours,"     when, after thanking Mr. and Mrs. Harris for their kindness, everyone returned well satisfied with their night's pleasure. It was oven rumoured that s0 much pleasure did some find in each other's society that arrangements were made that tbe partnership should be continued for life. Among tho ladies it is impossible to mention all that graced the assembly. Miss Bracken looked   very nice in canary bodice and fawn, as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

For Bronchial Coughs take Wooda' Groat Peppor mint Cure, 1/6 and 2/G,

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

THE STORYTELLER. I A BITTER PENITENCE. ? CHAPTER XI.— (Continued.) ?But — but surely,' faltered the girl, her warm heart eorely wounded by Una'a cold ness — 1 Burely you Mould miss me, and be sorry a little if 1 went ? There is no reason why you Bhould, I know ; but I hoped that you liked mo juBt a tiny bit ! I — I am bo fond of you !' The scene of the afternoon, her troubled musings over the letter, her agitation now ' — now all combined to break down Norah's usual composure. She burst into tears and Bobbed heartily. Una, starting, looked at ? her for a moment with a fixed and rigid face. Then her expression changed. Putting h#r arms gently about the girl, she kissed her once, and spoko, with tears dimming her - f-.-.own eyes. ? ? ? Norah,' she said slowly, 'it is because I care for you that 1 told you to leave here. - I told you, knowing well that, if you did go through any urging of mine, it would be at the price of losing the only thing for the sake of which I cling to a life. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

are Sole Agents in New South Wales and ? ' Queensland lor Band & Orchestral By BOOSEY and CO., London; ; ' By BESSOl^ and CO., Lqndon ; By COUESNON and CO., Paris. V . PALING & ©©. have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, . String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia. ' LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. V © Violins, Flutes, V / I Accordeons, - B ? Banjos, Mandolin*,' PIANOS by all the la Leading Makers. STEIN WAY, RRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEDRICH, VICTOR, &c. ^ ORGANS by ESTEY and 60. from 87. W. M. Paling & ©o., V limited. SYDNEY. ; To Farmers and Producers. VV 'P' 'VFTTr^HTT^T X who has carried on liis GENERAL COMMISSION ' ? , ? , ^ VyA.I_-I_iJ.JXJj BUSINESS noxt Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to t pubhc that he hns been requested by many of liis old patrons, as well ai new ones, to establish a WEJiKLl PRODUCE ^MARKET. Hitherto tho requoat was made, but tho want of proper accommodation prevented h/s carrying out this object. He now b...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Local Jottings. j DyBpepticB-rread ; E, jP. Solomon'« dental notice. ' J It is rumoured around town thatr a strong local man, who wonld poll very well' in case of a dissolution and election', ib being asked to allow himself to be nominated. Of course a dissolution is not now likely to be granted by the Governor, considering - tho big maiority against the Government^ but' it is well for intending candidates to be prepared. We are not at liberty to give the in&tiiel of this likely candidate, but h^ is a popular and well-known maft. New jowellery. every week — in pretty, and serviceable designs at lowest possible prices —-gold brooches frooi six shillings at J W. Marshall's in Percy-street.* ; =: ; The local protectionists 'are ^bestirring themselves, and seveial names are mentioned as likely candidates in case of a dissolution.. But they won't bother the,mselveB', unless^ they get a very ' strong man to advocate their cause. More anon. All kinds of furniture made to order.- .o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Wanted. YITAUTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS; also . ¥ V , HOUSEMAID. Apply UBS. T. H. CAMERON, ^ ? Arthur Btreot._ Wanted. fTfTANTED, A O O O K. Apply »t onco YV T. CASHMAN, ' ? Court Houso Hotel, Moughan-stroet. Wanted, WANTED, HOUSEMAID, also HAN as (JROOM and GARDENER. References. Apply MRS. H. A. STOKES, 1 ? ? ? : n Keldholme,' Wellington. . Wanted to Purchase. '171ROM 1 to 2 TONS HUNGARIAN MILLET JD SEED. Sample, Quantity and Price to THOS. H. YORK & CO. Notice, THE Committee of the recent WcBleya'n Demon stration deBiro that the person who. took, cer '* tain artioles from the Band Hdll on Wednesday, 6th.. September, will roturnsame to the ' Times ' office, to avoid further trouble. .Lost. LOST, A GOLD WATCH and BLACK GUARD between the Waterworks and Bell Bridgo, on Sunday evening. Re,ward 10/-. Apply this Office. Tenders, V 1' VENDERS aro invited for the ERECTION of a . NEW CONVENT at BODANGORA. Plans and Specifications may bo seen at the Convent, - Kaiser. . Tenders ' close ...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

T elegraphic News (From our own Correspondent ) SxDNBr.i Monday_ 3 p.m. The Weather. ' Russell foreoaata fine aid warm: weather generally in the northern districts, with light showers in the southland, south-east. -v 4 I. Market Prices.v Wheat, -2s 9d to 2a lldj chickwhoat, 2s 4d to 2a 6d ; flour, £6 10a to £7 ; maize, 2s' 8d-; chaff,- £2 15s to £3 7s 6d ; lucerne, £2 10s to ' £3 15s ; oaten hay, £2 15a to £4 10s ; butter, creamery and factory, lOd ; dairy,- 8id to 9d. The1 ' Tekoa' Wrewe.'J': A.cablegram 'from New Zealand announcea ' that , .ftyo'mo^at'Uie retiyrt'.lSBl&gin^ to tho wrecked' 6be!tmer''T6koa'''ave turned up! . ...' .Outrage by Blp,^ks.~r, , \ ' ;Atolegram from Pertli, Western Australia,: atatea that tlie natives raided ' Braeside ' - homestead on Friday night, killing Dr. Vines of Marblo Bar, and spearing Mr. Hodgson, manager ^f the stationV in several parts of tho body. { / j j ? ' ?- The Fdlitidal Crisis. . -Well founded rumora were current in the city last...

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SYDNEY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

. SYDNEY MATCHES. -v. Wallaroo beat Pirates by 8 to 5, . Randwick beat ,r' University by 11 to 9, Sydney beat Buccaneer by 27 to 3, and Marrickville beat Parramatta by 22 to 8. She Bathurst Senior Competition was won by Oar Boys by 12 to 8.

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The Transvaal. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

The Transvaal. Londox, Sunday. ., The British Cabinet haa decided; to demand from rthe Transvaal a categorical reply to the proposals submitted by Sir Alfred Milner. :V ; -? 10,000 troops are to be sent to Natal at purely de fensive reinforcements. The tone.of the London Stock Exchange, is- im-. proving owing to the determination of the Cabinet . not to force the situation. A special session of tno , imperial racliament is not to be summoned unless offensive operations- be-' tome necessary. -. A contingent of Indian troops will' start for South Africa on the 18th instant. . ' - - The Cape Premier andjthe loader of the Afrik ander party both atate thoy are convinced that the Transvaal- will make the concessions demanded by England. ; ^ . . - The Vol kar'and baa decided not;' to. send, a Boer, guard to tlie frontier for the present. ' '' ? - The Basuto tribe threaten to rise against the Orange Free State in the evenfof wiar.' ' - .The. Cape police are- guarding the.railway bridges, ao...

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Football. WELLINGTON v. DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Football. ' WELLINGTON v. DUBBO. ... The third matoh of tlie seaioii (the conqueror) between Wellington and Dubbo was played last ? Saturday afternoon, on tho Dubbo Bcoreation Ground; in the presence of about 300 speotators. Xeane won the tots from Tourlo, and decided to defend tho western goal. Samuels kicked off for Dubbo, and after stveral scrums and out-of-bounds, Howie secured from a soruin, passed to Robinsoa, to 8mitb,wbo scored; iflanapan toos tuo kiok ana lauca at goal. Dubbo Moked off, and play was very even (or some considerable time. From a line-out Eeane passed toJflinaRan, back to Koanc, who scorod the second try for Wellington. Smith took tho kick . and placed the ball between the potts, but owing to .Howie not lifting the ball from the ground be fore the . kiok the refereo disallowed the goal. — Wellington 6, Dubbo nil.. Flay, continued, and after some good, football on both sides, J. Hives secured and by a good kick transferred the ball . over tho Wellington line. B...

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A. J. C. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

:? A. J. C. MeetIng:;^I|:i': ?' The Spring Meeting waa-opened on Saturday with :aplendid:Woatlier and A good attondaneeii'v ... Huedlb Racb.- Waiter 1, Orlando 2, Myrmi don 3. 1 . : m -? ?biae Stakhs.— Australian Star 1, Ballomin 2, Gauleon 3. . A.J. C. Derby.— Cranberry 1, Kalingo.2»-Reviyor 3. Promontory s and Parthian also atdrte^^ Cran.. berry went away with the lead, and continued there until -into tie-straight, when he was chtj^ejDged.by. a ICivlingo, but the favorite , ana w$eed e^ery call-Qf h is; rider, : and won eaaily'by tw^.lojig^fisf jwith Reviver ailenetk away third. Tiaie, 2min. 44iiM.C- v'-. 1 -? ErsoM Handicap.,— Djifi/Djitt 1, Sequence' '2, | Auld Lang Syne 3. Twenty-six'6thera'startedt ;.'A splendid start, Fitzroy, Watchdog, and Dandy lead ing. The same position was maintaiiied''iq.to. the straight, when Djis Djin began to come to-llie.fi;bnt, and had the race won at the half?distanc'ei'Winnin|g by three -quartera of a length from Sequence, who beat Auld Lang Syne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRAC1. I The purest Euoalypte on earth. I Lord Carring ton's friend in InfiuenzA. . I The world's remedy for chest complaints. I Tho ' bold' cure of Earl Jersey^. _ M But note well Eucalypte, not Eucalypti'.

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