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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Cricket. All -members and intending membors of Half Holiday Cricket Club are requested, to-; bo on Boll ?Park'it 2 o'olock on Wednesday to practice. The Australian toam concluded its tour of Eng-v land last week. : They won 16 m'atohos, :lost 3, and drew 16. Following are the individal batting and bowling averages for the wholo tour :-^- . , , . - .Baiting. :rrr ' Darling... t M,.-: 41.29- * Trimble s-.) ' ... 27,61 Hill - ... -39.95 Gregory * 27.46 Noblo ... ... 37-39 Kelly = ? 23.27 Worrall ... 35.35 Jones,, 17.80 Truiiiper ... 3 '1.57 M'Leod,,, , ,,* 17.54 Laver ? 30.67 Howell ? ? 10.68 Iredale... ... 29.68 Johna ... .,..10.00 Bowhn*. .i-liv Trumblo' '? . - ? 18,43 M'Leod. . , ... 22,9G Howell. i, *»-» 20.35.. Laver -i,, - . ? 26.91 Jones 21.10 ? Trumper = ... 20.00 Noblo ... ... 22.90 Worrall;;,- 104.00

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. (Before Mr. J. F. Makinson, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Wellington Police Court. Fbiday, Septembeb 8. (Before Mr; J. F. Makinson, P.M.) Stephen John Bonham, aged 19 years, was charged ? with atealing some clothes, tho property of John ? Gleoson. I Accused pleaded guilty, and elected to be deslt I with summarily. ? John Glceson, railway' employeo, 'Wellington, ? aaid he know accused, who used to. work on witneai' I brother's place at Montefiores. Oh Saturday, 22nd I April last, a child of withesa* brother was buried, I ana witness lent acousea .a suit of clothes and hat (same as those' produced) to attend the fansral. Accused did not return the clothes, and cleared out on the. Monday morning following. The clothes were valued at £4, and accused had no authority to take them, Patrick Gleeson, railway employee at MamJls, said accused had Bigned to work for him for 12 months, and had given no notice of his intention to leave. Witness gave similar evidence to hit brother. Bonham was sentenced to four months' hard labor in Dubbo Gaol. Richard ...

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

JAMES HAYNESi M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Chemist and Druggist, ? ? Wilbcs to inform tho rosidonts of Wellington and District that ho has PURCHASED tho BUSINESS ?. i/liich ho lias couductod for DR. OHAS. RYGATE during tho past six years ; and hopes by strict at tention to his patrons'- wants to morit a continuanco of the samo iiboral support which lio has bitlioito boon accordcd. ? SPECIAL ATTENTION will bo dovoted to the disponsirig of Physicians' Proscriptions, and country ? orders will bo SECURELY PACKED and 7T PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. Tho Pharmacy will also be kept open on SUNDAYS ? and HOLIDAYS for tho conduct of business. Jfawfs fjjagtuts, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) MEDICAL, IIALLi * NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr.E.P. SOLOMON DENTIST, ?, -'Has dccidcd to remain permanently in WELLING ' : ? TON, and for the present may be consulted at tho CLUB HOTEL. ' INDIGESTION. ? j/ ? Thoro is no more common cauaoof Indigestion or ? Dyspopaia than imporfeet mastication; no more v .. i . fruitful aourco of headac...

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

~s.1T. dawson, c Licensed Surveyor, f Specially licensed tindet Iho Real Pro- . ^ ' , v.. petty; An t«' IS prepared to nndeitata »-ab-division Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels,^ Jt Jfcc. Address, Wellington. ? tok WEL11H6T0H - BUTCHER* ^ McGormick, b ; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Th ? tee Street, Wellington. Beale and Co's ? NtfW 'TORPEDO' SEWING MACHINE I ? 'is undoubtedly TEH Machine of the Day, j kavine .ecS THREE FIRST PRIZES at the Pri llto Sydney Show, trhere »U known make, were ? Stdney Show6 BEALE AND CO. were M-|dal f0' H^P|?U^a I PIANOS, which are specially constructed for the I g-j SSefftnd which only require tuning about once '* 'aND CO. haw invented a Machine! wbWh can be altered from lock to chain by simply A f preislng a button. ' ? - I ? ' ?ur^rtSa» to the Local . ? -Agent o? the Manager, Mb. J.MoMakub, Beale and ^ Co., Dnbbo. , ^ ? ? ' , ? ? J ? Laidies^General Nurse. Mm F. COLBEAVY, having Bccured addition- X al Accommodation, is prepared to ^receiv...

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Wellington Gas Works. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

&- . Wellington Gas Works* ? The report submitted by Mr, Aloxandor to m tho ' Wellington Municipal Council (and - - published in our last issue), on tho subjeot — — ? i of the establi aliment 'gg & ' worlrs in Well- 1 inpeon, gives tho pros and cons in a clear and couciso form. ; That Bo town of Well ington needs properly lighting requires no argument ; and that tho town is ' ripe,' as Mr. Alexander says, seems, to be tho opinion of- everybody. Wo aro going ahead, now peoplo are arriving and commencing busi ness, and on every' hand we -'see progiess and prosperity. Naturally wo ;nll want to see our public body keep.paco with Hlio advance of private entorprisej ind tlmt can only bo done by having the town properly lighted1, tho streets properly, formed and metalled, attending to, the sanitary arrangements, and having plenty of wafer laid on. Theso are tho four principal functions of a munioipal council. There is a' spirit of enterpriserflRd general^ go-aheadness in th...

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

j / , Coming Events. j SHOWS. - -.Milltlhorpo show and ploughing matches. Sep tember fc/th and 20tli. . Cowra P. A. and H. Association, September 20 and 21. . - - ' BACES. ' : Mudgoe Jookoy Club, November 8tli and 9tii,*; . i iv : - : ? Cobar Races. October 10, 12, 13. Bourko Spring meeting. . October 19, 20.' v ' ' ' ' WELLINGTON. October C— Special Licensing Court. : Ootobor 20 — Quarterly Licensing Court. Ootober 0 and 20 — Small Debts Court. ? ;- November 3 — District Court and Quarter Soesions.' Wollington Football Social, September 13th, Annual Hospital ball, Soptembor 20th. , , Wellington Bioyclo Club inaugural race meeting, Septomber 27th. BODANGORA. Bazaar, October 19th. .,.L Grand Bali, Octobor 27th. . ? Concert, November 9th, in aid of tho R.O. Churoh, STUART TOWN. . Polio Com t— Sept. 21, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Dec. 22. . : ? - NEC TKMERE NEC TIJI IDE : ;.v ? ' MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Aluniclpal Council. Tho Counoil met as usual on Thursday night there, being present:— The . Mayor (in tho ohair), | end Aldermen Quirk, Eerr, -Flanagan, and Kennard' Minutes woro read and confirmed. - accounts. '' '£. s. d. 0. A. Yco ... 8'- 10 0 J.Edwards !3 :18 0 G. Hennessy ...: ''i„v3 18 0 G. W, Poolo ,,, 37 0 0 G. E. Wiso & Co. 1 15 4 McKay and Kenncrson .,. ' 0 7 0 J. Haywood ... '2 16 0.. ' R. HiSiggina ? ?;;-i' 4r',13 - 4' ' J. Asgill ... ... 0 2 0 ' ? The lattor account was for tho removal, of a dead wallaby, over whioli mattor thoro was1 an amusing discussion, anxious inquiries being mado after tke owner, and all sorts of pains and penalties boing threatened him ' if ho did it again.' Tho foregoing wore passed for payment with tho exception of J. Asgill 2a, U. H. Siggins £41 18s 4d. Tho lattor amount was held over until Mr. Siggins had oompletcd the supply of 1000 yards of river gravol, Aldorman Quirk thought that half tho loads brought would not averago more than ...

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

A parson stood in his pulpit high, He?d lost his voico with cold well nigh 1 He. though tlpsB said, Let's all rojoico, He'll havo to stop for ho's lost his voice, But ho took somo Wood's Great Peppormint Cure, Hie voioo.grew strong, his romarka no fowor.*

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Suntop. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Suittop. (From our own corresoondent.) A full-time school is badly wanted, and as it is admitted byltho authorities that there are the re* quisite numbor of children, it seems strange that one ia not established, especially as endoavours have been made to obtain one. The post oilice, since its establishment, has proved a great boon to tho neighbourhood, and all speak well of the. kind attention they obtain from the worthy post-mistresB. Mrs. Swan. The_ Union Church, which, ° as well as the post office,, is adjacent to Mr. Brummell's property, is a great oredit to its supporters. The grounds sur rounding it have been planted by Mr. Brummell .with ornamental trees, which will in time make it a vory picturesque spot, . . i The - efforts' of Ihe Farmers' Union have already .boen-fBli -in* obtaining many requirements jot, the neighbourhood.' It can ' boast of spme T4ai ,live' members, who are a credit to tho. district.in which thoy livp, ahd are an -example th'at many other dis tricts mi...

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DISTRICT NEWS Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

DISTRICT NEWS \ ' ' ? A Yeoval. ' (From our own correspondent.) Everything round here -ia looking woll, and the beautif nl_carp-?t of gregn with which tho country ia' clotlitd'cfifianoea tho beauty of this naturally pretty spot. The lambing season is. progressing favorably, and a.large percentage is expected. Wheat crops are looking exceptionally woll (though a amall aroa haa been'attacked by the caterpillars), and the smile on the jubilant faco of Mr. Gibson at.the hotel ia a treat that no one should miss. -Messrs. McCullook Bros,, of Buokinbah. have sent some of the stone from their gold and copper mine away for assay, and good returns are expected. The mine, the' l'caae of which was cancelled some 'twelyo months' ago on account of non-fulfilment of labour conditions, has been re-pegged, by the same party, Messrs. Woods and Reilly, and will start work ahoitly. A 'great deal of wheat haa this year.bcen put in on Buckinbah station on tho halvea aystem, and all partiea concerned re-l...

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Gollausville. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Goilansvllle. : (From our own correspondent) A. hare drive', was held at Mr. Roffe'a on Saturday j week, when 167 rodents were killed. The principal scores were : — F. Rowe 25, C. Laws 22, G. Hubbard 22, and J. Horward 18. A bare drive also took place at Mr. - A. Robs' on Saturday last. There were' a goodly number of drivers and shooterB, who were responsible for the extermination oi about 150 hares. J. Horwood secured . first placo with 23 to' his credit, C. Laws came next with xu, wmisc dames ilorward filled third plaoe with 19. In the last drive an aocidont occurred to Mr. C. Green, whioh fortunately waa unattended with any serious results. Some kangaroos broko away from the drivers, when about twenty drivers went in pur snit of thorn to bring them back to the shooters. Miv Green's horso bec&me unmanageable, and ran him into a tree, which . struck him on tho leg, shoulders' and head, knocking4iim unconscious. Ho ? was. quiokly-. aiirnounded liyra -dumber jot friends; who ...

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Walmer. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Walmer. (From our own correspondentJ ' The wheat in this distriot is looking exceptionally well. The -lambing season is turning out-well, and farmers., have ali a radiant expression on their faoes in expectation of a forthcoming good season. Mr. George E. Anderson is rapidly improving his property. He is planting an orchard,; and will soon be one of the largest fruit-growers in'tbe Welling ton district. He has already 'six miles of rabbit proof netting on his property. The hill near the fingerboard on the Wellington road wants ciitting away badly, aa does another hill about a mile nearer Wellington. Perhaps,' now the Wellingtdn'Prog'ress Committee is established, they will trjr to get this necessary work done. A new school building ia badly wanted at Smoky Creek. There aro twenty-five oliildren attending. The place haa a mestidisreputable appearance, and ?wiere -it not for the trouble^that, Mr. Wdllet,'th;e; -teacher, takes - in pasting - pajSer over the crabks in ' the. slabs, .the...

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

?jq- E W GO ,0 D S; Fnn Doctor, 4s 6i ''?? Cole's Funny Picturo Book, Is 9d; Beeton'a Cookory Books, 8s and'4s Prosbytorian Cookery Book, Is 6d Latin, Frenoh, and Engliah Dictionaries AUSTRALIAN POETS J Paterson , ,;~V ' Lawson .AU , Boake ,v.'-;r.'\r ?. -- ?- at ; ' Daley' ^ ? Cs Ogilvio ' '* ? ' oaoh Lindsay Gordon J Japanose Glovo and Handkerchief Boxei Fancy Boxes of Perfumos ? Now Photo Frames and Birthday Cards. All tho abovo at SATCHELL'S.BOOK and STATIONER! ? V '' DEPOT. '

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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Warden's Court. I Tho following applied for authority to mine on privato lands : — . . Edward Ryan, 8 acres, Cumnock. Granted for 3 .-months, rent 10s. . - James CVle,'5 acres, Grogra. Granted for 3 months, rent 10s. Thomas lliggins, junr., lOaeres, Yeoval. Grantod for 3 months, rent 203. ? Frcdoripk Collis, 5 acroB,, Yeoval. Grantod for 3 ?months, rent 10s. - Rioliard Howartli, 5 acros, Manildra. Granted -or,8 hionthB,;rcnt 10.'. JAlfrod llowartli, 15 acres,. Grogra. : Granted for 3 moritb.Sj. ro.htSOi. - r *- Robort Fisher Rca, 10 noree, Q 001100. Granted for 3 months, ront 20a.

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

Accidents. . _ Two_ patients were 'admitted to-the local hospital on. .Friday, suffering from accidents,- and were attended to by Dr. C. Rygate. Johnson Frew, : who works 'at Caahman's hotel, was chopping wood, when the head of the axe flew off, and. the rebound caused the handle to fall and strike - him on the knee, making a very nasty bruise, wnicn win lay mm up tor a week or, two. William Foxe, who ia camping near tlie Bell River, came into town to buy stores, and when re turning fell. over a heap of rubbish. Herccoived a terrible , bruise on the shoulder, extonding down to the waist and along the arm. to the elbow; also a cut on. the forehead.

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 11 September 1899

? Small Dcbls Court. Mary Malouf v. Brightman — goods sold, £i 6s,6d. Verdict for defendant, plaintiff to pay 15s costs to defendant. Mr. ' W. S. Chauncv appeared for plaintiff. ? William Brennan v. Stophon Mundy — goods told, 10s. Verdiot for plaintiff 10a and costs. .Mary Malouf v. Tliomas Newton— goods' sold, £1 8a 3d; Verdict for the defendant. Mr. W. 8. Chaiincy appeared for plaintiff. John Lynch v. George Weaver — breach of agree roent'i £10. Verdict for complainant £8 and costs. Mh J.'H. Quirk appeared for complainant. Joseph H. Quirk v. Patrick Kcnehan— cesh lont,' £13. Vordict fpr complainant ior amount, .and C08ts. Joseph Walker v. John William Sakor— work and labour, £5 lis. Verdict for complainant,' £4 4s and costs. -Mr. Quirk appoaied for. defendant. -. Wiliiam Simnis v. James Jacobs — cash lent, £4. V erdict for complainant for amount and costs. Mr. Hegarty (for Mr. Bassett) appeared for complainant. Hong Worlg y. George Girle' SayeiS— goods aold , £2 5s 6d. V erdict {...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

- - THE STORYTELLER. ! A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XI. — (Continued.)* It was a abort letter, abrupt and unpleas ant, having the effect o£ sudden douche of cold water. Since ebe had chosen to ignore her aunt's request, Mr. Sintram wrote, and to remain in a home so totally unfitted for her, biB future wife, it became his unpleaa . , ant duty to point out to her reasons why she should leayo the place without the delay of an unnecessary hour. To that end he was coming, as rapidly as the journey could : bo rivade, to. Castle Kilchenora. ' ' Norah's face, as she put the letter down, ? ? was eo blank and pale tbat it was little wonder thas Mrs. Sabine, observing her por - . turbation, .looked at her with concern. ' My dear, what is the matter?' she asked kindly. 'Have you any bad news? Ihopenot.' 'No.' Norah made a desperate effort to recover her confused wits, and resolved to speak out and get it over. ' There is no bad newe ; but I am startled a little. I find that I am to expect a visi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

ijjJTIOR.SALE a lai'go PIAN(j CASE, olieap. ; '? Apply, this Oflieo.- ? ? liost-£i Reward. LOST, .BLACK BARB DOG. Four White Feet and '.Wliito Brisket, lame in hind leg. ' . . THOS. WEBB, ' '' Bodangora. To Poultry Breeders. SETTINGS of PURE BRED WYANDOTTES for Sale. 10/6 a Clutch. Apply, MRS. W. VINCENT, Gisborne Streot. Pianoforte Tuning. Mr. JOHN C. BAYLEY will bo in Wellington on or about tho 15TH INSTANT. All orders left at ROYAL HOTEL will be PROMPTLY ATTENDED to- . : Tenders. TI1ENDERS aro invited for the ERECiTION and 1 COMPLETION of ii GALVANIZED IRON FENCEiat WELLIJiGTON. Labour on'y. Speci fications, t.o be .seen at ' Times ' Office, or from the undorsigued riot later than 21st SEPTEMBER. C. B. FORD, c . . ? ? ? Bodangora.^ ? The Ponto . Imperial Cricket Olub . - will hold a a^j^isrjD social at-MR. BRACKEN'S HALL. PONTO, on Friday Night, 32nd September. TICKETS, 3s Gd ; LADIES BY INVITATION. . F. W. WIELAND, Hon. Sec, ' Government Advertisbnients. ? 1 OROWN LAND SALE. i'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

PALING & CO. - ?? ? _ . are Sole Agents in New South Wales and Queensland for Band & Orchestral By BOOSEY AND CO.. LONDON ! By BESSON and CO., London; ? By COUESNON and CO., Paris. PALING & CO. have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, ' Strings and other Musical Instruments in Australia. LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. PIANOS by all the j [cf Leading Makers. -= STEINWAY, BRIN5MEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, &C. A ORGANS by ESTEY and CO. from 87. W. H. Paling & 60., ? LIMITED, SYDNEY. To Farmers and Producers. WT- A/TTTr* H li1 I .T . w'10 ImB carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION ? , ? . I J I i) BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to the general public tbat he lms been requested by many of his old patrons, as veil at now ones, to establish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto the request was mado, but tho want of proper accommodation prevented his carrying out tbis object. Ho now begs to state that he- is shortly removing to...

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A Disabled Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

A Disabled Steamer. IThe Queensland mail steamer Duke Buckingham,- which left Brisbane on September 1, has returned to Plymouth in a disabled coudition. , 1 The steamer uncounteiea a ueavy gale, which lasted three .^lays. The pumps became choked, and the fur naces were extinguished by, the heavy teas which -.'roke on board. The crew had to resort to bailing with buckets.

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