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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. Chnrcb of England. (Rev. R. Bahex Bbown, R.D. ; akd Jouh C. Maodougall). Juno 4th— Wellington, 11 a m (H C) and 7.30 p m ; Bodangoro, 3pm (HO); Dripstone, 11 .am; Mumbil, 3 p m ; Ctuart Town, 7 30 p m Juno llth— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H 0) lla m and 7.30 ; Ponto, 3pm; Geurie, Railway Station, Ham; Comobrlla, 3pm; Bodangora, 7 p m June 18th— Wellington, 11 a m (II C) and 7.30 p in: Bodangora 3 pm ; Goolma, 11 a m; SpiecrV Creek, 3pm; Stuart Town, 7.30 p m June 25th— Wellington, 8.30 a in (H C), 11 a m and 7-30 p in ; Neurea 3pm Suntop, 3pm,. ?;j' '??? WeokDays. .Tuno 24th and 29th— ?Wellington, 8.30 a 'in (H C) June 20th— Wellington, 9 a m Juno 14th— Mary Vale, 7.30 p m June 21st— Mumbil, 11 a m (H C) ; , Juno -21st— -Burrendong, 7 pm. ? ' ' June 22nd— Dripstone 7.30 p -m Juno 30th— Ponto, 9am (H C)

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SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

SDNTOP. (From our own correspondent.) The usual monthly meeting of tho Suntop -Pon to Farmers' Union was'- held at Mr. S. Jackson's, Ponto, on Saturday May 27th. Proposod by Mr. J. T. O'Brien, and seconded by Mr. S. Jdokson, that tho minutos of tho previous mooting bo adoptod ob read. Carried. Proposed by E. W. Payne, and seconded by Mr. J. T. O'Brien, that, a letter bo. written to Mr. Haynos, requesting him to place und»r the notice of the Minister for Lands, tho nccessily ..of having. two road lately surveyed -.in- Bushrangers' Creek dvertoJ to tho present traffic road. Carried unanimously. . ? . ' PropoBod by Mr. Brummelli and seconded by Mr. E. W. Puynu, that tho opinion of this union is that tho secretary of tho Wellington Eloi'torato Amal gamated Progress Uuion should notify the. delegates (elected from any brunch) to uttaud their meetings (upon tho names of tho said dulrgrtett being for warded to him), iusLc'iul of the present method of notifying tho body, us iu this instance...

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Geo. Milne) June 4th— Upper Spicer's Creek, 11 am; Bod an : ' go'ra, 3 p.m ; Wellington, 7.30 pm Juno llth— Yullundry, 11 am; Wellington, 7.30 pin . '? ?'??? June 18th— Suntop, 11 a m ? Ponto, 3 p m j Well ington, 7.30 pm ??? June 25th— Lower Spicor's Creek (Robs'), 11am; Windora, 3pm; Wellington, 7.30 p m Week Days. ? Juno 23rd— Geurie. Juno 25th— Neurea. ? - .

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(From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

(From our own correspondent.) , Tho uBiial fortnightly meeting of tho Progress Committed -was hold lust Tuoeday. Present, MesBrsW. Smith. Junr., ^Chairman,) Thos. Mc Donnell, C. Cashol.C. Rolls, B. a. King, B. Me Cormiok, W. Smith and B. G. Peacock. ' Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Tho following concBpondonco was rend:— Letter from tht secretary to Mr. Binning ro improvement atcrodning of Mitchells Croak near ' Bourko's. Letter from Sonr. Sorgcant Chiplin ro-oitoneion of Towns Polico Act to Bodangoru; from tho Mary - valo Progress Committee ro more accomodution ut Maryvalo Railway Stution; from Lands Department re- fencing Boduugora Cemetery; from Mr. ]ioult- beo ro Water Supply at Jawbone Proposod by Mr. Rolls, seconded by Mr. King uud carried, that the correspondence as read be received. Proposod by Mr. King, secoudod by Mr. Mj Cormick. and narrried, that tho secretary ask Sergeant Chiplin to visit Bodangora with u view of inspecting tho various tenants with regar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

WJLJ) 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 expressed juice of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other iDgrcdicats, will bo found tho most useful medicine for chest affections. Prepared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing^ FamilyChemist MEDICAL HA1X, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. _s Mr. E. P. S^OMXXN FKOM SYDNEY, Surgical and Mectiaulcal Dentist, Who has been in Wellington since January, baa A^OKbA tn UtfMATN PERMANENTLY, and for the present may be consulted at tho Club House Hotel, Lee Street. Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, etc., made to so closely- resomblo the natural ones in color and lifelike appearance, as to render detection impossible.- - Nervous Patients fitted with teeth without extracting old stumps. ? Children's Teeth regulated. Diseased Gums treated. Teeth Inserted without plates. Teeth Crowned. ? Extraction...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

sThT. dawson, Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under ; the Real . Pro perty ?Act. ;; IS prepared to undertake Sub-division Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels, *o. Address, Wellington.' WELLINGTON ^^ BUTCHERY Sherriff & McCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Lee Street, . Ws Uiagtoa. , ,,s, s Beale and Go's NEW 'TORPEDO' SEWING MACHINE is undoubtedly TEE Machine of the Day, having .ecurcd THBEE FIRST PRIZES at the late Sydney Show, whore all known nrnkes wore eXlKsfdnPey8how SeALE AND 00. wore aJaSrdXS Gold Medal for HAP8BTJRG PIANOS which aro specially constructed for the climate, and which only require tuning about onco BEALE AND CO. hare invouted a Machine ..: which can be altered from Jock to chain by simply ''.'. .pressing a button. . Terms to suit the hmeB. '.'''. ,, T . ???:*«»H particulars ? on application to the Oiooai Agent or tho Manager, Mb.J.MoMabCS Beale and '.; Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse. ; MRS. F. COLBEAVY, having secured addition* a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

F. SiiVMOUit HuciAit'iv, Solioilor, oppouito Pout Ofliuu, Wolliiigtou.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION. : 5/. per quartern |advanco Booked, C/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 8/- for.flrst inch of epaco, and 1/6 for each succceding'inch per insortion up to a column of space and to ton insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise ment, however small, less than 2/G cash, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuance of advortisomonts or paper to be in writing. JOB PRINTING of ull description!) executed ? on the shortest notice at lowest prices. :

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Forget. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Forget. 'Sho ni-ks mo lo forget,' but lovo Is life, and life is moraory hoi'o, Forgotfulness in slumber comesi And lovo is ever dear. . .. , ' 8ho askB mo to forget,' I ece A vision of a woman's eyes Liko holy stars whoso tendor light Light* eomo far Paradise. I hear tho magio of her words, Heart-soothing — yet I hear her' say, II Let tho fond hopes of futuro hours Be thomca of yesterday.' And o'er niy faco the strands still full Of her rich, careless-tumbled hair, , And in my heart I foil tho thrall Of undesircd despair. .;, And in my band I feel her hand, '''? i And in my soul I feel hor soul ; o She does not ask me to forgot Lore that knows no control. ,.. S'io asks mo to forgot — whoso ligut Should bo tho light unto my foot — Sho gives the thing that men call eight — Tho bitter for the sweet. Tho brave man shrinks not from tho stool, But ah ! I stand where nono havo trod, Within my conscious heart I feel 3bo is my lifo— my God. : How can I then forget, when sho Gives pain that a...

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District News. BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

- District News. BODANGORA. (By our special reporter.) A long dnvo on a cold pight is not tlio best pre paration for tlio full enjoyment of u concert, but wo vehiuloB loft Abo Wilkins' hotel ill Wellington last night for Hoduugoru with a round dozun o.nthu liuelio Oddfellows, for tho purpose of attending the concert and dunce got up for the benefit of Mr. B. Qooloy, who lias boon ill for a long tinio. ' Tho way wne dark, tliu night was cold, but our vtaj wub lightonod bjT song and Btory, aud \ro arrived at 8.30, well in irind and limb, after carefully picking our way through tho scrub, to find Iloalin's hall crowded to execs?. Thero wore certainly nut less than 250 people in tho hall, und as thoy were Btund ing down the passnao and at tho back, moro likely there wero 300. Anyway, over £30 nctt is oxpected ns tho rosult of the untiring bitorta of tho commit tee, with Mr. Jaa. Bolt as secretary. Mr. Molntyie actod as chairman, and Mr. Vnllanoo as stage man ager, and tbeio gontlomen ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestier Bros. SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS. (Members of fclie Dontul Assn. of N.S.-W.) SYDNEY, NYNGAN, WARREN, WALGETT, and COONAMBLE. \ IP YOU WANT Artificial Teeth that Fit, Teeth without plutee, Teeth cleaned, scaled, filled, or Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with . our local Amcsthetic Anodenc. Teeth gold-cupped or crowned, Teeth repaired, Teeth fitted by utmosphsric suctiou, Teeth added to present catas, or Teeth remodelled or regulutcd. SETS ruoai £1 la. j GOLD FILLINGS fkom 10s. Painless Extractions 2/G. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORTL, AND -GAS ADMINISTERED. . FEW TEsTilONIALS: . Warren,J12tl; Sept , 1808. Messes. Laubaikstibu Bros., Dentist*. Deau SibS, — 1 have to thank you for tlio skilful way you extracted my teeth, I folfc no pain whatever — your anaesthetic is a great desidoratuu) to those wishing to avoid pain. W. J. Pabkeb, Coach builder, Warren. Warren, 13th Septoinbor, 1898. It is with great pleasuro that I certify you ex tracted 19 roots ...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Local Joltings. Tho Council meeting to-night ''w.ill bo a most importnnt ono, as in addition to tho ordiuary business, arrangements will bo mado for tlio. official reception of tho Premier on Juno 17. 1 ho work in connection with MoBsra. Wise aud.Co'p. new stores, iB bcinc nusbed on r.ipidly. Tbo now contractor is Mr- Lackey of Balmain ; and wo.uuderstand bo has about four months in which to completotlie under taking. ? . ? One of tlio indications of Mho progress of WfUington, is the difficulty iu securing n cat pouter, painter, or brioklayor, for any little. job which requires attention. This is hardly to bo woudored at however, when.it is cousidored that the number of now build ings erected iu tho town within the last six mouths is estimated at one huudred. In view of tbe largo increasoof populutiou' tho endeavors of A.lderman Kcrr to bring about reform iu sanitary matters, must Boon again engage tbo attention of bis brother aldermen.' Mr. Korr is not, a big man, but thcie is plen...

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Test Your Drinking Water. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Test %' our Drinking Water* Here is a simple test for tho presence of sewage in water. All drinking water should be tested in town or country fre queutly, as there are other impurities besides sewage which arequitoa8*doadly, and every cistern of water is liable to be a source of blood poisoning: Mice, rats, and other pests mnst have water, and many a case of typhoid is set up by such as these falling. into the cistern and remaining there for months in a decomposed state. To detect this impute condition is vory simple and unfailing. Draw a tumbler of water from the tap at night, put a piece of white lump sngar into it and placo it on the kitchen mantlepiece or anywhere that the temperature will not bo under sixty degrees Fahrenheit. In the morning tho wator, if pure, will be perfectly dear ; if contaminatod by sow ago or othor impurities, the wator will bo milky. Thiis is a .oimplo aud safo test well know u in chemistry. In Palcsliuo tho swallows nvo ullowed j ho. freedom not only of...

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Our First Loves. THOUGHTS ON THE BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCES OF THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Our First Loves. THOUGHTS ON THE BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCES OF THE HEART. There are those who hold that love is pimply love, and that one can love a thous and timoa, and each time as deeply, truly, Iiutnmily, and spiritually with the same ex ultation and freshness. But I hold that there is in that first stir of the emotion by the opposite sex a tnrn given to life, a color to our emotions, and a lasting biaB to our whole being that never is given again. One may love more wisely the second time, and with a more lasting devotion, but only the first love can give the absolute thrill of . - unalloyed bliss and open the world to you as a place of joysome work and worship. You are suddenly awakened frnm boyhood and boyishness, from irresponsibility and a carelessness concerning the future to a fooling of a marvellous responsibility. Be hind you is the school, and play, and obedience, and the father's house ; ahead is the exquisite pleasure of working for und tenderly guarding a wife, and there ...

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P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

P. and A. Association. ? A meeting of tho above- was bold iu the Council Chambers on Monday eveuiug. Theio was a good attendance, Mr. Hyoroui mus (President) being iu tho chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, Mr. Poiter rose to apologize for the unavoidable absence of Mr. Brown, tho bon. Treasurer., Mr. J3rown bad -.been detained at his oDRce, and could not possibly attend. In'liis absonco Mr. Porter read a rougu oalauco Nhoot 'submitted, by the Treasurer, but as it bad not been checked, we rcfniin from giving the dbta'ili», moi»:; tbau to say that tlio balance now stdudiug to'the Afiao6iatibn/8 credit 'iafl^^^aif Taj this lias to be Added tird^Gov^rty'radlitsulisidyr which it is estimated will amount to at least £100. In tho courso of discussion it 'tran- spired that £280 was the amount ofprizo money tit tbo recent show. The Association has now 142 members. Roughly speaking tho receipts and expenditure, iucluding sale of old ground and purchaso of the ne...

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Wellington Federal League. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Wellington Federal League. A meeting of the above was called for Monday evening at the council chambers. There was a first-rate attendance, and the enthusiasm that has characterized every meeting of the league was again iu evidence. Mr. T. H. York (president) occupied the chair. The secretary read the correspondence written and received since last week. Ho had written Mr. Brummell asking for tho nse of his houso at Suntop for a meeting there next Saturday, and had received a reply from chat gentleman stating that he would bo most happy to receive members of the league on that day. The secretary had also written a most stirring letter to Mr. Blackball of Spicar'a Creek, calling, upon him to rally up tho federal forces dowu his way, and so soouro aa good a voto for tho bill as last time. Ho hnd also sou t him u largo supply of fedornl literature ' Buolc in, you old wav-lidrso ' wroto Mr. Wilkine. But strange to any Mr. Blackball wasn't taking «ny. Ho wrote back to oay that ho was cert...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Football. Tho following team will roproBont Woll iugtou against Dripstone one Saturday :— Baok — R. Lock.1 Tbroc-quartors — Jacobs, F,, Robert.son, and Smith . .??.?:??: . .. ,. ?., ?:-?-? 1 Five eights— J. Howie. - ' -nr ,.,,. Scrnm-balf— Domprtey.- A - ? -n'f;\.: Ftrwards— B. Vcoob; .': 0.' :' Brbdcfr|ck K011110, O'Marn, Clifford, O'iJriou'1 Weaver Quirk uiid MolCuy; Fiiuorgouuioa — Dovison, Vooch, Jonnitigs, und O'Sbiuiglinosuy,

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Mechanics Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

mecnanics Institute. A concert and .entertainment in counec Uon with tlio Mechanics' Institute, _ was given in the Oddfellows Hall last night. There was a t yor.% gop^.jittpigdanceg- and; those Vfortuiiati^enotiglr'fi6-v_.naYO pu^Ki an appearance, wero rewarded with a most enjoyable oveiiing's enter^iiiuDaenfc. ' The object of the affair is a laudable one, inns mncu as anyiuiug wiiivii iuuus 10 me popularising of the institution should recei vo tho support of all anxious to cultivate a taste for literature iu the rising generation. A lengthy and well diversified programme was gone through, consisting of the, follow ing items . — Miss Hughes and Miss, A. Chiplin, a piano duct ; Mr. RobostaonV'tt soug ; ? Mrp. Chystal, n song; Mi. J. W. Marsimll, a recitation; Mrs. Hayncp, a song; Alis's York, 'a sou^ ; Mrs. Long and Mntstur Riddle, a pimoforto and violin iluet;Miss Lnurict6on, a song ; Mr. Haiiiblin,: a son.g ; . Mre. Chry8t.1l and Mr. Ruborlson, a. vocal .duet 5 a duet by tlio two l...

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor; Isaac Bugo) June 4th — Seatonville, 3pm; Bodangora, 7.30 p m Juno llth — Spicer's Creek, 3pm; Bodangora, 7.30 p m ' . . June 18th — Bodangora, 11 am ; Maryvale, 3 p in* Geurie, 7 30 p m June 25th— -Geurie, 3pm THE NEC TKMEttE NEC TlMlDE THURSDAY^ JUNE, 1,1899.

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 1 June 1899

Wesleyan Cburcb. (Rev. G. W. Fuenbb.V June 4th — Suntop, 11 a ra ; Ponto, 3 p ml Welling-' Ion, 7.30 p m.— Rov. G. W. Furnir. . Wolling ton. Ham; Neurea, 3 p m — Mr. tf. Clmppoll. June llth— Wellington, 11 am, and 7.30 pm; Bodangora, 3 p m— Rev. G. W. Furnor. June 18th — Wellington 11 a m; Bodangoru, 7.30: p m — Mr. Campbell. Curra Creek; 3 pin; Wellington, 7.30 pm — Mr. G. Chappell. Neurea, Hap — Mr. Bembrick, ?Tune 25th — Wellington, 11 a m ; Bodangora, 3 aud 7.30 p m— Rev. G. W. Furner. Wellington, 7.30 p m— Mr. G. Chappoll.

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