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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Proabvterian Church. ' fRiiv. Geo. MiiNtii September 17th— Suntoii, 11 n.m. ; 1'outo, 3 ji.m. j WolUuB ton , 7.30 i-.ur. ' ,1}r Sortuiiibur 24th— Lower - Sinccr's Crook (Kosa1), 11 n.ui, ; Wimlora, 3 p.ni. ; 'WollinBto'll, 7.30 ji.m. Week Days. ' Soptomhur 19th— Geurio.

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

CHURCH' SERVICES. ^ ' Church of Eup land. j-rp. (Rut. R. Baiuix Brown, R.D. ; and John 6; MAonouoALi,). fcoptombor 17tU — ' Wellington, 11 a.m. (H.C.). and 7., SO p.m. ; Uoiliuigoru, 3 p.m. ; Goolnui, .11 a.m. ; SpieOt/n Crcoli, 3p.m;; Stmnvt Town, 7.U0 p.m. ?* N September 2H,U~-WolliuKlcm, 8.30 n.m, (1I.C.), 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Ncutca, 3 p.m.; Suntop, 11 a.m.; Tonto, 3 p.m. AVcok Dnya. Soptcm1)er 21st and 20Ui'— '\Vclliu(;toiir,8iJiO a,m, (lf;C.) fc5cpleiu1)ci' 19th — Maryvalo, 7.30 Pj.ui. *. r Septoinbor 10th— Murnbil, 11 n.m. (U.C.) ani 7..30 i%in. Soptcinbtir 20tH— Dripstono, 7.30 p.m. ? September 21st— Stuart Town, 7. o0 i-. in. , , y ?

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Bournewood. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

I ? Bournewood. (From our own correspondent). - . Things hero aro all flourishing, and although tho . . .wheat crops are not quito so forward -as iu many ' districts, thoy aro looking exceptionally woll. Mrs. 'John Wykes' sons aro busily cloaring»somo ' very hoavily timbered country, and will havo noxt - year a largo acroago undor cultivation, i Various atallioua aro travelling tho dieti'ict, and ?re.meotiug with a good domand. I saw a vory ' line horso 'Wallaoo,' owned by Mr. MoOlymont, ?''of Orango, last wook, that soornod to bo in tho pink of condition. I notico that tho romarks mado in your much im proved paper re tho bad state of tho roads, in somo' diitricts havo brought forth good results, and that already thoy aro boing attended to. Now, Mr. Editor, wo have, I think, tho worst pieco of road (about two miles) between 'lioro and Wellington it ia possible to imagino. Even toams cannot tra verso it, and unless it is properly cloarod and mado it onco farmers will liavo to cart th...

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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

The Political Situation. Following on the clefeat of the Roid Ministry by 34 votes last week, tho political atinosphoro haB been full of cxcitcmout aud rumours of sensutional developments. It is now officially known that Mr. Roid applied for a dissolution, but this tho Governor l-ofusod, the ration d'cCre being that tho subtantial j majority disuloaed tho then Opposition's potentiality tor carrying on tho .business of tho country. In yio'w of.this Mr. Lyne was sent forou Mouday'and invited to form a ministry. This task ho lias been engagod in for tho last two orthreo days', and tlio result will probably bo known to-day. All in dications at. prcsont point to tho boliof that. Mr. Lyuo will exporionco vory great difficulty in getting together ta oain which will rnoet with gcuoral support. Bis present following comprises elemonts ^ whioh aro vory far from being homogeneous, and it will tako much moro political skill than wo credit Mi\ Lyue with having to keep them* in hand. At pre sent ...

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Suntop. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Suiitop. We have recoived tho following from a corres pondent signing himself ';5oori.'':-— ?The weatlior here has been a littlo warm tho last or two, but tho nights aro very changeable, .Ihe crops around hore uro looking splendid, but Min ia badly wanted for eomo of tho crops. All the farmers aro busily engaged oloaring ground for eorn. Mr. Tim Sayors intends to. put about 40 acres is. ' I hear wo aro to havo a grand social on the 22nd of this Month, at Mr. Bracken's place, in aid of tho Ponto cricketers. Tlio room in whioh it ia to be held is 32ft x 40ft, and from what I can hoar the ? affair promises to be a great succosa. I took a stroll round tho crickot ground on Sun day, and there I saw a groat collection of males an d females. Noticoablo tilings — 'Gentle Annie' practising ' Doode doode ' for tho Ponto social. 'Tommy,' on tho groy, going to soo tho ' donah ' oo tho river. ' Bruce ' putting it all on in front of 'Louisa.' 11 Annio ' trying to kick tho football. 'Andy,' with t...

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A. J. C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

A. J. c. Kacas. Tho socond day's racing in connection with tho A.J. C. Spring Meeting took place at Randwick on Tuesday. The results were : — . SuobtS Handicap, six furlongs.* — Sequence, 1 ; Glcnroy, 2; Kaliugo, 3. Time, lmin. l'l}sec. Maiden Stakes, 1} milo.— Gauloon, 1 ; Mazza tiua, 2 ; Sirdar, 3. Time, 2min. 47soc. The Metropolitan, handicap sweepstake of 2o sovs. ouch, with 1500 sovs. added ; second horso 250 sovs., and third horso 100 sovs. from tho prize, 1£ mile. — Creraoua, by Lochiol— Hilda, 5yrs, 7st 101b, 1; Cranborry, by Cranbrook— Tiwoona, 3yrs, 7st 121b, 2 ; Dewey, by Lochiol— Dona, 3yrs, Ost 131b, 3 Steeplechase, miles.— Ranji, 1- Euro, 2j Mist, 3. Time, 5miu 39isec. New Stakes, 1| milo.— Fuluiinato, 1 ; Parthiat, 2 ; Kalingo, 3. Tiino, 2min 34s6c. Squattbks' Handicap, 1| milo.— Sevority, 1 Glenroy, 2; Auld Lang Syno, 3. Tinio, 2iuiu 33isoc.' Timo, 2iniu, 37isccs.

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Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Bodangora. I (From our own correspond ontj For tho olection of ono member to tho Bodangora Progress Committee, there woro three candidates, - ntmqly, Dr. A. M. Rygato, and Messrs. Charlns xtyrd and W, Moore. Tho following is the result of the polling Dr. Rygato G2, Mr. Ford 21, Mr. Jnooro jLu. ihore was considorablo enthusiasm dis played on this occasion ; tho ladies woro allowed to record thoir votes, aud I prodiot thoy must havo plumped for the doctor, He takea his scat on Tuos day night, and no doubt will make a usoful membor. At a mooting of tbo Mitchell's Crook Miuo om-. ployeos, hold in the Accident Fund building, to con sider Dr. Rygato's proposal to act as modicnl mau, the chairman, Mr. Mulonc, in a fow appropriuto ro fiiarks explained tho objccts of tho mooting, aftor which Dr. Rygato cxplainod his proposals, namely, 6d per woek por man, out of tho Accident Fund, for aedical attondanco ou himself nnd oaoh mombor of his family. After a considerable amount of discus sion it w...

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Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Yeoval. (From our own c'orreapondont.) A pleasant evening was spent at Mr. Brown's rosidonco on Saturday, tho 9th inBtant, by a email surprise purty who came and danced till 12 o'clock. Recitations and songs woro also rendered by some of I tho company with great succcss. i A rofreshing full of rain occurred lioro on Monday evening. Although the crops could havo dono with out it a littlo longer it .will do thom no harm, and was just in time to savo the grass. Tonnis at prcsont is very slack and gcnorully enjoyed by tho ladios only, as tho sterner sex have now the opportunity of indulging thoir dovotion for tho willow,- '

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

HUMOUR Thbib Fcubts. — Basband : Hcsvent! What a raohet our baby. Dowey, makes.— Wii.r. Well, J.'hu,n» is jurglirtoae fu^cib, you know. PABTiootiB.— 8hc : Wby don't yoa tell me? Can't yon take me Into your cos fidence?— He: Yes; but 1 don't care to take-all of your friends. Fatb.— Crawford : What became of that friend of yours who. went alt ibtongh the war without a scratch ?— OtaDdbaw : ' A ?mail' boy accidentally hilled him : on the Fourth with a'toy pistol. A Loutt *fhlt. Wamt.— Castomer: Have ysu any reversible .megaphones i1— Salesman; Reversible megaphones ?.— Canonisr : Yes; the kind that ' you can nsn to mabe sounds ipaudible. 1 waat to buy one lor the baby. ; A Gbntl^ Hist.— Mr Soriggins (gently) ' My dear, a man, waa shot , by, a bur.iilar, and his life was saved by a button, whieb the bullet '.struck.— Mrs Spriggins ; Wall, iWh'at. ot it P.— Mr ? Spriggins (meekly) : Nothing., only the battenmnet have been en-. LnoiLieBD Pbovbbis;— Where' there's a will there's a law sait...

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Wellington Football Social. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Wellington Football Social. What may fairly bo desciibcd. as ono of tho most successful dunces of . tho season,, was hold in the Protestant Hall last evening. Tho occasion was a social to mark the closo of Wollington Football Club's 1899' season. 1 hat tho club is popular, and that tho gaino iiniuS a liitfu position in public fnvor may bo oaoily gathered from tho splendid attend anco of fair dancers and their partners, lliei'o wero fully fifty couples present, and this is far from boing an over-ostimato. Iho liiill was beautifully decorated; and over the-stago wero displayed mottos such as— ' Union is strength,' 'Success to the W.F., and f May they win.' Dancing was commonced at about 8.30, and kept up till 2 or 3 o clock next morning. Tho programrao comprised all tlio popular dances, with a. fair sprinkling of the favorite waltz and lancers. Mr. Porkins capably suppliod tho music, and oxtras wero played bj Misses O Brion and Crackon aud Messrs ClifEord and Flahorty. Mr. J. Thompson...

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FARM & GARDEN. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

FARM Sc GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES, No. 103. Tho Pink— The Polyanthus— Deseripticn— Varioticfl—rrimrosos— Tests of fine varieties —Propagation— Soil- Pests— The Cowalip— Comparison with Ptlmroso— Tho Donblo Cowslip— The Ox. Hp— Is it a Hybrid P The petals ol tho- carnation— particularly, , tho high-oolourbd ' ones— are very apt to ' : return from the striped or variegated to the ? ' original plain; tbey are thon esteemed of ! little or no value by tho florist. When they show a tendency to this they may frequently be recovered by planting them in a poor, dry soil that will but j ua.t afford suffloient nourishmont for thoir existence. The Pink :- Pinks have only bsen known aa garden llowcrs from a very modem date; indeed, the garden pink is supposed by many to bo only a anb-speoins, or perhaps a cross, of tho oarnation. Some have sap posad it to have boen produced from the British species and the pheasant eye pink, Tho cob pink is a large sort, apparently intermediate between, the pink ...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Telegraphic News (From otiu own Correspondent ) Sydney, Thursday.3 p.m. The Weather. Jkli'. H. C. Russoll predicts genorally fine weather, with west to south'- west' winds. .Mr. Wraggo .says' rain is likely in scattered places in tlio north-east au.d east,' other parts fine though cloudy. Latest Market Prices. , Wheat 2s 9d to 2s, lid ; chickwheat^J 6d to 2s OH j'llour f 6 10s to £7. ; chaff £2 ,15s to. £3-7b, . 6d ; lucornfi'.'^iJ' 10 to £3 10 ; oaten hay £2 1|5b to £4 10s; butter, cfeamory and factory 10d, dairy 8 id to Od. The- ITew Ministry. 1 Mr. Barton has definitely, declined to. joiu tho ,'Uow ministry, but will bo a most loyal and consistent supporter. Tho coctaintios for portfolios aro now stated to be Messrs. Lyne, Wiso, See, Porry, O'Sullivan, Crick, dnd Mackay ; whilst tho most probable for theromaining places aro Mossrs. Wood, Hassall, Dick, Fegan, Austin, Cliopman, Wright, and Hoydou. Tlio ouly portfolio so far allottod is to Mr. Wise as Attorney-Goneral. Upon being q...

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DISTRICT NEWS Spicer's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

' DIST-RICT - NEWS W Spicer's Creek. (From our own correspondent.) Weatlior keop's vory dry with warm days ; rain is wanted again. Mossra. Fox Bros, garo a performance last; night io an npprociativo though limited audionco. 'Tlio programme innludod soug by ' Baby Road,' a very olover child of 7 years. Although so young sho ' excels many artistes your correspondent has soon in tbe metropolitan music halls. Master Ernost . Royal as a female impersonator quito pleasod the audionco. Tho chief attraction, howover, proved to bo tho splendid pictures shown' p r medium of 'Tho Bioscope,' an improvement ou tho Cinomato ? graph, fi'ho phonograph was also in ovidcnco,. on . which woro hoard' somo oxcellent songs and musical ?elections. Mossrs. Fox intend performing here next Saturday. . Wo prcdiet for them a bumper houso, which .the all-round exoclloneo of tho pro gramme Bhould entitlo thorn to.

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Wellington Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Wellington Hosnital Sundav. Yesterday tho throe trustees appointed by tho Hospital Sunday Committee received tho cash from tho Bank of New South Wales, and dopositod it in the Government Savings Bank. Aftor allowing for oxchango on chequos; and two other littlo matters, the deposit mado amounted to £157 ]0s. To this will 'bo added a cheque for £1 Is, and tho Gourio collection box, which has yet to come in. There aro now eight promises of £10 each. So if we add tho Government BubBidy to our collected amounts, we will start with at least £520 for our now. hospital. Tho following amounts have been recoived and not previously acknowledged : — Baptist Church, Bodangora, 15s; Stuart Town col lection box, 17b 3d j Miss Campboll, Burren dong, 17s 9d. It is Baid that tho piece of laud uext to tho hospital, facing Montefioro-street, was gazetted for use of tho hospital Bomo years ago. If this is so, our local hospital is much' better off tha.i was supposed. The salo of theso pieces of laud wi...

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Curra Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Curra Creek. (From our own correspondent.) Wheat crops aro looking woll, although a fow {armors, havo boon troubled by catorpillars, inoat notably Mr. Williams, who lias had about 30 aoros deitroyod ; and Mr. J. Rich. Mr. E. Martin is orccting a substantial now houso, and whon it is finished ho is, I boliove, going to call this, ono of tho prottiest places in. tho district, ' Paradise Valley.!' Ho has this yoar got in 200 aoros of whoafc herb, and with his sons at thoir farm ?t Yeoval, 450 aoros, making tho respectable total of 650 acros. Mr. P«go,'our schoolmastor, is very muoh to bo commendod for tho. pains ho hns takon to 'establish a night eoliool hore. Already thoro are, much to thoir credit, 19 young mon attonding, and thoy consider it a great boon to bo iiblo to improve thoir education i Tho road to Wellington from hero wants clearing badly, and in somo placcs wants forming. In many parts it' is posifivoly dangerous to travol on it uftor dark. Though- cortainly u start has be...

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Cricket Social at Bodangora [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Cricket Social at Bodancrora Tlio crioketoifl' social was hold on Monday night in Hosliu's ball, and in Bpito of tho uupropitious weather was a huge success. About oighty pooplo assomblod, and every thing passed ofE with groat eclat.' Tho music, by Miss Florrio McDonnell and Mr. McFrankov on the niatio. nnrf Afnaat-a. P Oliver, Shute aud^C. Sullivau on tho violin, was all that could bo desired. Light re freshments wero served nt midnight, aftor which dancing wob resumed and continued until 3 n.m., when overyouo went- homo very much, pleased with their evening's amuso mont, the Cricket Club also roitlising a sub stantial bonofit. Among tho ladies that honored tlio social with their presence it-would bo invidious to mention anyone in particular, as all looked bo nice in such becoming costumes.

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Wellington Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

AVelliiigtoii Bicycle Club. ?Tho members of the aboy.u.ehibj hold : vn mooting at tho ' Royal ' Hotel last ovbiii'ri^ It was decided to have a road; raco ;on' .tli'ef| 27th Of tile mouth instead of the raco, meet ing previously arranged. For the toad rabe trophies of £2, £1 and 1U3 will bo given, and tho road decided on is from tho caves to the Royal Hotel. It is anticipated that therp will bo a good muster of membors: for this event, and alroady a good doal of interest: has been aroused iu it. Tho club soemsvt'o bo catching on well, and deaorvedly so. I

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Wellington Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. (Before Mr. F. H. Kennard, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Wellington Police Court. ....' . -.Monday, Sei'temjier 11.H; ; (Befbro Mr.' F. H- Kennard, J.P.) Alice. Wilson (alias Marg/iret, Clarke) was charged with being a commbu prostitute, and with wandering in Lee-streot on tho !0th instant; and behaving in an indccont man her. - This lady was shown to have not a very enviable reputation ; iu fact Bho has betweon forty and fifty couvictiouB standing in her namo. ? I Constable Brosnan doposed that on Sun day night ho saw accu3ed, who waB very dtunk, near tho public library'. When a few feet from her, sho fell down and acted in a most indecent manner. ~ She did not at first recognise his uniform, but Bhortly after wards fouud out who she had to deal with. He took her. to the station, on the way to which she used disgusting languago. Wit ness' had known of her for the last twelve , months, aud know no good of her. She ?.WAav* ^ommou prostitute, and had boon '?living on prostitution most of the time, ;e*jEept;'' bf course, when in gaol. ' A gr...

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Convent School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Convent School Picnic. Tlio usual annual picnic of the Convent of Mercy took place yesterday on tho Bhow ground; and was r great buccob?. Although thb niornitig looked like rain, all appearances pneBod .away about midday. About nine ,b. clock tlio (prpeqs8ion of children started from the convent'and marched down Percy /ytrdet to the Boll bridge, where vehicles took llicm to tho ground. As tho day was a half hoUdijy,, iv largo number of townspeople. l-iVeiule^* ihoir. ,.«i).y to tho sports' ground in tho afternoon, and, apart from helping {the Vh'il'dTcii tb enjoy theraBolvcB; 'tlie adultB aniused thonipelvefl with rounders, two'Band ilireo'p, bte. After having partaken of a gooct lunch (kindly provided by tho parents) the- children in the various classes ranged up for ' footracos, all of which created keon interest amongst the competitors. Messrs. My.lecharane, N. Vcech, and John P. Clifford acted as handicappers and judges, while Father Gell acted sb Btarter. Mesdames Connor, Koneh...

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Walmar. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Walmar. Wo have lcumt since tho publication of our hist issuo', that our Walmar corvospondont was a littlo out of his fucts with regard to tho Walmar school. Ilia romarks eomo undor the wrong Loading nnd should liavo applied to tbo school at Arthurvillo, ou Littlo River. — ^ ? _ .

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