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SHORT STORY. SAVED BY AN INDIAN. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

SHORT STORY- ' i ? „ . . : ? . W * k SAVED BY AH YnDIAH. . ;v (Continued from laat week.) v . My own feelings aa I looked down on the v horrible aoene, it in useless to Attempt to / describe. I had expeoted it, though power \ lees to. avert it. Bat, oh, howl longed for .'. m y adopted brother now !— for in him alone ? had I hope o! safety for my dear wife and v for mvselfi :.-v , ? . ? Toe doors and windows of my hoose were t open, and I deoided to leave them so. Cloa . v ing them wonld be bat a futile defenoe, and 'if left open, the hoose might ba thought to be deserted, and a leas thorough searoh made. / ' I hurried my brave Annie into a room ? need ior provisions.' There were ompty -barrels there, and one of these I in averted over her, and -then myself orept under ?- another. /' 'We were just in time. In another moment hoavy footsteps sounded on the stairs, and direotly, while we held our breath in sua pease, several Indians entered the ? storeroom. ? l. ... ' They looked round ...

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

THEY CALL IT A MIRACLE! Doctors give him up! Hospitals discharge him INCURABE! A DARK AND GLOOMY* PROSPECT 1 : A RAY OF SUNSHINE and a PERFECT RESTORATION. (bt onn special bzportbb.) What is locally i -v Considered a Miracle has; lately been performed i\t Silver Water, sometimes called' ' Ibbetto'wn,' so many Ibbetts live there, 'a prettily-situated village near Auburn, and about 10 miles from Sydney, on the main suburban line. ' News of the perfect restoration of health . to Mr. William lbbett having got abroad, wo dispatched one of our reporters to the district to institute a searching investigation . into the case, and iind out The Absolute Truth from Mr.' lbbett and the neighbours, who appear to have made the case one of general interest in the neighbourhood for some time past, for it has been a daily subject of -conversation amongst the many people acquainted with the particulars. The reporter could not make the people he questioned understand which member of the 'lbbett family...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 14 September 1899

Wedding Bells.             A very pretty little wedding was cele- brated in the Presbyterian Church on Wed- nesday afternoon, the contracting parties being Mr. John McAlister (of the Postal Department, Sydney), son of Mr. Lachlan McAlister, an esteemed resident of Welling- ton, and Miss Ellen Hughes, daughter of Mr. Hugh Hughes, of Dripstone. Mr. Fred McAlister was best man, and Miss Annie Bell, bridesmaid. The Rev. George Milne conducted the wedding ceremony.       The bride looked exceedingly well in a handsome white silk costume, with bridal wreath, and she carried in her hand a fine bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. There   was a large number of friends of both parties present. The good wishes of a large circle of friends will follow Mr. and Mrs. McAlister to their new home, in Sydney, for which they left by last night's mail train.   ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Wo once knew a big, raw-boned, Scotch Councillor wbo3O one and favorite expres sions to' those who wanted to interrupt, was, 'I Sit down, yo doomed littlo war-r-un.' COLEMANE'S EUOALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest' Eucalyptc on earth. Lord Cavrinj»t.on'« friend in Inpotenza. Tho world's remedy for ohest complaints^ - ' Tho ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. . . v Hut note well Eucalypte, not Eucalypti.' . »

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

? , , THE STORYTELLER. . A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPT-EftXl.L— (Continued.) ?Perhaps I did not know usy darling could improve — I sec niy mistake. This abomin able place has done you no barm, Norah, at nny rate !' 'No — no harm at all, at all!' Norah quickly drew herself away ; then, with a sud cum cuango or manuer; — -? «eorge, wnat is tnia absurd fancy about Castle Kilchenpra which you and aunt Molyueux have taken into your heads?' ' - ' ' George Sintfam \vaa not prepared for this Budden attack' ;. ' he realised in a moment that be would not have his own way unopposed, and that bis plans nftght possibly be defeated, and the question was so dieconcertiug that he could not answer her. 'You unite,' Norah continued,' in being mysterious — you both oay that I must leare Kilchenora !.' . ? You must,' insisted Sintram coldly. . ' Not without Bome good reason — not with out Borne cause that justifies mo in so doing, and with which I am satisfied. I am kindly treated here. I am useful to othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

fcj ? I ? ? ? ? , , . are Sole Agents in New ;South Wales and v' Queensland for Sand & Orchestral -''.''* By BOOSEY and CO., lONDbMJ ?' By BESSON and CO.. London: By COUESNON and CO., Paris. PALING & CO. have the Largest and BestStock of Wind, String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia, ? : LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. 1 jffifea-Kjf ? Banjos, Mandolin*? .. ^'^^^^^^pr^ \9 Leading Makers. '.''.' 7 ^.: , STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEDRICH, VICTOR, &6. ORGANS by ESTEY and 6O. from £7. W. M. Paling & ©o., _? ? ^^ limited, SYDNEY. To Farmers and Producers, W'T* 'VTTTO FT 'I7T T «!«- l'aB carried on his GENEBAL COMMISSION ?.-*-?? ?**-*- -*-??- ^ Al XL* UU 9 BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to fcue gonbi'ul public that ho lias been requested by many of his old patrons, as well at new ones, to establish a WEEKLY PltODUOE MAltKET. Hitherto tho request was made, 'but tho wont of propor accommodation prevented his carryin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Wanted, I A BBSPEOTABLB GIRL as HOUSEMAID A. Apply to ^-t- 0ASHMAN( . . . Court Houao Hotol. Wanted, k THOKOTJGHLY EXPERIENCED GENE- « A.BAL8EEYANT. ApRPV.,BLuET,r( j ,. Arthur-street, Wellington. ] ' LOSt, ~~~ r t FBOBABLY botwoon P.O. and Goods Shedjh or * Times and Gazotto officos, A KOLL of BANK NOTES. Numbers ku^g6wag.iTGHELL, ' chnreh of England, Bodangora. t ft PLAIN AND 'FANCY' DRESS SOCIAL \ IN HESLIN'S HALL ON ] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, at 8 p.m. t TICKETS— DOUBLE, 4/- ; SINGLE, 3/* '?? ' MBS. OEEAGH, Sec', ond Troas. J , PBOTESTANT HALL, WELLINGTON, j Positively One Night Only, t Thursday Next, Sept. 21. j Tho annual roturn o£ tho ovor popular. ^ Princess Comic Opera Coy. \ Including tho favorite Prima Donna, MISS EMItIA j WANGENHEIM, and aBBiated by tho following t metropolitan artiets j-Miesea May Mounaory Lily ( Pe Vere, Gladys Cortroy, Doriio Melroso, Valerie ?, Bllesmore; MeBsrs. Sam Wilson, H.Oato, H. b , Clinton, J. D. Stoylo, J. MqShano, and tho phono* , menal boy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Notice ot Application tor a Publican's license. I SAMUEL RILEY, of Cobar, Uotolkccper, do , hereby give notiue thut I di'airo to obtain, and will at tho next Licensing Court to bo holden at Wollington on tho twontioth day of Octoher, 1899, apply for a Conditional Certificate authorising the isauo of a Publican's Liconso for premises to be erected, situate in Dick und lauli-etreots, Bodangora aud to bo known by tho sign of tho 'Club House Hotel,' containing thirteen rooms excluaivo of those required for tho uso of tho family, in conformity with aeotion 21 of tho Act No. 18, 1898. Dated this thirteenth clay of Soptombor, 1899. /. SAMUEL RILEY, * Uotelkeoper, Cobar. A NDEBSON'S NEW GARDEN j£\. SEEDS SATOHELL'S. All Summer Vegotablos should bo planted THIS MONTH. Now : Illustrated Catalogue FREE'0 buyors of 5/- worth of Seeds ami upwards. Ihis Book in itaelf is a vuluablo work ou Gardening. ? NIKOTKEN For Aphis, Scale, and all Insoot Pests. Prico— 1b Gd poi1 bottle, or posted freo Is 10...

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

'?-????? Weslevftn. Ohnrnhl. (RBT. O. W. FlTBHBB.) BeptemfcarMth- Wellington, 11 a.a. ;, Bodaiurora, 3 p.m. «*7;3Op.™-»eT.G.W. Pnrner. Wellington, 7.80 Mr. O. Chappell. ...?-?'? :

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Our Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Our 'Volunteers. On Saturday afternoon tho local vpluntoers held tho last of this quarter's parades on the Hospital Flat, a ground woll suited for military manoeuvres. Thirty-sevou mombers of tho company wore present and theso wero put through a detailed instruction in guard and soutry duties, aftor which followed a courso of saluting with and without arms. Colonel Quest was present during tho afternoon, and on theroturn march to tho Military Hull, tho men, commanded . by him, exocutod some vory pr.el.ty movements in Battalion Drill. Tho 21st and 23rd instants aro the days fixed for next muikotry and club shooting respectively. .

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Baptist Church, Bodftogora. ? ' IPftttrip Tiikr Hnnat September 24th— Maryrale, 8 p.m. ; Gettrie.7.15 pim. ' H|)pTTiitflf 011 Rimes' ' MONDAY^ gEPTEMBER 18, |l899.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Parliamentary. We published a town edition last issuo giving tha Ministry as follows : — ' ' . ' ' Mr. W. J. Lyno, Premier and Colonial Treasurer j Mr. B. R. Wise, Attornoy-Gteneral ; Mr. John See, Colonial Seoretary; Mr. E. W.O'Hullivan, Publio WoikB ; Mr. J. Perry, Education ; Mr. T. Hasiall, Lands; Mr. W. P. Crick, PoBtmaater-Groneral j Mr. ' W..H. Wood, Justice; Mr. J. L. Fcgan, Mineai Uolpnel Macsay, Vice-rresideut ot cbo iSxecutivs Coupoil, with a seat in the Legislative Council. ' Ths news came too late for our country edition. Mr. Lyno announced tho names of tbo Ministry in tho Assembly on Thursday aftornoon, and there was a considerable amount of criticism from disap pointed appirants to office. Considerable surprisa was exproBBod in town at tho non-inclusion of Mr. Haynes in the Ministry, as bis narao had been freely mentioned as a likely man. The Premier asked the Houso to paB9 a two mouths' supply bill, amounting to £1,024,000, which was done, and it was afterwards carri...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Local Jottings. Teeth extracted Is from September 1st to November 1st. E. P. Solpmon, dentist, Clab Hotel, Wellington.* \-: The first calf, the progeny of this Goreroment imported Kerry bull, which was Kent to Blayney district last year, was. eaWed on Friday. It it the property of Mr. C. B. Barry, from his half-bred the first calf from the same stock in the colony. ? ? Your sight tested and .the best .spectacles supplied f oteTery defect of the ejes.difficolt eases.* sptcialitj: J. W. Marshall, practical optician, T?ercj-itreet.# . Mr. Isaao Toy n ton, of Comobella, slaughtered a merino wether the other day, and when weighed it turned the scale at 94}lbs. The caul fat weighed -Hlbs, and the green skin 201b«. This is something tike a record: The sire of this wether was bred b Mr. Bruce of Loo^mbab. A. R. Couniirt), Hairdreistr, has. remorednexl door to Chas. Swan's, where be may be seen for the atxt six weeks; pending the building ot his new premises.* ' The annual meeting of shareho...

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Presbyterian Tea Meeting and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Presbyterian Tea RlceUsijr and Concert. Tho nnnunl tea meeting and concort, in connoo tion with tho Presbyterian Church, eventuated on Friday oveniug. Tho tea was upon tho tablos at 7.15, whou nu immonso conoourso of 'children and sovoral oldors sat down to tho eplondid rouast pro vided. Many ladieB lmd volnntoorod tlioir «„..„;..... as helpers, und were assiduous in their attentions to tho ' small fry.' Tho tablos, whon laid out and surrounded by merry children, proeontcd a vory happy appearance, nnd a glaneo up and down the room was sufllciont to take iu tho pleasure and good will with whioh tho juniors did justice to tho cood things provided. Although almost ovory foot of available epaco was tivkon up with tablos, oto. still it-provpd quite inadoquato for tho browds' -who sought for admission, and for somo timo, as quickly as a soat was vacated, it would bo fillod by an eaeor youngster. - B Everything passod off with great oolot, and those responsible., for tho arrangomonts canno...

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Princess Comic Opera Co. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Princess Comic Opera Co. Residents of Wellington and the district will be glad to learn that, the favorite Princess Comic Opera Company will pay them their annual -visit next Thursday; 21st September, when they will appear at the Protestant Qall in PlanqueUe's greatest snd most amusing comic opera of 'Rip Van Winkle,' with all the Inttest modern scenery and wardrobe. aim nangenneim tins year has got together the most powerful .combination that has erer travelled the province*; for in addition to the iavprite pnma denna herself, suoh metropolitan -.'artist* as May. Mounsor; Lily De Vere, Gladys Conroy, Dorrie Melrose, Valerie Ellesmere, Meiirs Sain Wilson, H. Cato, H. Clinton, J. D. Stoyle, J. McShanr, and the phenomenal boy soprano, 'Master Rodda Towsey. Seats- may be reserved at Mr. Satohell's shop, and we strongly advise our readers. -to ?ook their, seats at once, as Miss Wangenheim will, without doubt, have a crowded hou'i'o, ss she always does when she and her company appear at ...

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Cricket. WELLINGTON r. BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Cricket. WELLINGTON v. BODANGORA. This match was played at Bodangora on Satur day afternoon, when Wellington tlie team was benten by 13 runs. ' The Bodangora mon expected the Well ingtons to arrive at 11 o'clock, and had lunch pie pared, but thoy did not arrivo until 2 o'clock. Thero was a misunderstanding as to tho time. Kablo won tho match for-Bodaugora with a score of 72. Tho following are tho scores — WELLINGTON. H. Zi»blko, b Reilly . 19 B. Irwin, b Kablo t 5 A. Ziehlko, b W Cooney v 23 Claudo Martiii, c IIowcll, b McDonnoIl , G Cecil Martin, b McDonnell q A. Stineon, c bhuttleworth, b McDonnell 0 J. Wynne, lbw, b Smith . 4 G. D'Arcy, not out , 5 Eoborts, b W. Coonoy 8 P.- Douglop, b McDonnell 9 W. Douglas, c Kablc, b £ McDonnell 20 -. r Sundries , 13 ??'.?? lolal io-t BODANGORA. ShuUleworth, c Martin, b Ziehlko , 0 ?Kablo, b 0, Martin ... , 72 Ho well, 0 Irwin, b Douglas , , g W. Cooney, c Ziohlko, b C Douglus, ,, 10 Reilly, b H Ziohlko . . 2 Smith, b H Ziohlko . , 5 Magner, b...

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A New Undertaking Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

A New Undertaking Firm. , Messrs. Shakespeare and.Co. halve just imported a* splendid new bcara-, -nd a-Jf eilise that they are prepared to conduct, f ODerals in the most approved style. The hearse i» of American dosign, the boot standing away from the m%in body about 2 feet. It has circular ends, fitted with English plate-glass, and the sides are also of plate-glass, 6 x 3ft., sur rounded bv heavy mouldinss. decorated with cold. On the top are six carved urns, which can be re placed by ostrioh plumes, which will; be done in the. near future. The .whole 'top is surrounded by a brass' railing, and is surmounted by a bible, cross and crown. The inside is fitted- up inxthe'latost style, with a travelling cab in place 'of the old un sightly rollers. The gold trimmings and brass rail ings extend the full length on each side inside and on each side is a vase for flowers. The whole affair is remarkably ornate, and reflects credit on this enterprising firm. They have a fine stook of general...

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Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

Bodancrora. Dr. Bluett may in futuro bo consulted every Wednesday afternoon 'at tho rcsidenco of Mr. Smith, near the school. Mr. Hayes, at whoso place th) doctor formerly called, has left tho township thus necessitating the above change.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

J^UtfES HASHES, ,- ,...: ;:. ? M.p.S. (BY EXAM.) ir 4 homist and Druggist, Whbss to inform tho residents of Wellington and District that he has PURCHASED the BUSINESS vhl»h he has conducted for DR. CHA8. BYGATK - -ui£ng fha past six years i and hopes bj striot at-. tapnot to hit patrons' wants to merit a oontiaaasee ? ..-. ejf the «ame liberal support which he has hitherto toes aaeorded. ..-,??-? ?PBCIAL ATTENTION will be devoted to th« dispensing of Physicians' Prescriptions, and country ?rters i»ill be SECURELY PACKED aad ? *ROJIFTLY DESPATCHED, ftit, Pharmacy will also be kept open on SUNDAY* ant HOLIDAYS for the conduct of business. j|amefl flaunt, M.f.S. (BY EXAM.) HEDICAL, HAIX* , ITA^IMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON NOTjOpn Jb.Ei P. SOLOMON DSHTliBT, / *AS BBDUCED ALL DENTAL FfiES, thtrebjr enabling intending patient*; of limited meani to hate their teeth at tended to ia Wellington, initead of ' going to Sydney. - t written GUABANTEE givto if deeired* . Vrotn Sept. i to Nov. i (only)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 September 1899

S. II. JDAWSON, |( Xicens^HflTSurveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Eeal Pro perty A» t. IS prepared to ttndeitaVo tiato-di vision _ Surveys of all kinds; taking of. levels, J ? Ac Address, 'Wellington. ? tal WELLINGTON ^gg| BUTCHERY fi Sherrifif & McCorinick, ] WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. ? Tl Lee Street., Wellington. ;-.;,. v, ;? TaitersaH's HbteO One o£ the most comfortable, well-ventilated and rr converiicrit hotels in towD, is still under the p ' propriotorjbip of E. FLETCHER, WHO takes every care to givo his ouBtomers the best of everything, including EDIBLES, B BEDS, DBINK, &c. ', ! Farmers andfothors from the country will find ^ TaTtoS Hotel a MOST COMFORTABLE PLACE to put.Aip at and every satisfaction is _ guaranteed. . ? . —GOOD STABLING, ETC.— jjj E3 FLBTGHEB» PROPRIETOR. . : A^WlLKESTS, ] COMMERCIAL AND EAMILY HOTEL, n» WELLINGTON. fri '?? ? ' .~'~~ -v'v ? ;:,: ' ???' * 'A. WILKINS has taken the above Hotel; . and will K provide the best accom...

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