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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor' Isaac Bttso} ? Soptombor 24tli— Maryvale, 3 p.m. j G curie, 7.15 p.m.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Died in Seine." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

'Died in Seine.' A somewhat excitable Frenchman was once, seen pursuing an American a whole day through the streets of Paris with the intention to kill or wound him, till at last in despair of 'dosing ' with his foe, he drowned himself in the Seine. Many were the conjectures as to the cause of the rash aot, but all oame out at the coroner's inquest. It appeared that Monsieur had been trying his hand at English poetry, and written a half-stanza as follows : , ' Napoleon was a general That no one could subdue This attempt he showed to an English man in one of the hotels, asking him to oomplete the stanza, which he did with this addition : ' But Wellington soon licked him at The field of Waterloo.' Whereupon the unfortunate Yankee, who was also present, added this quatrain extempore : ?? But better still, and braver far, And tougher than shoe leather, . Was Washington, who if alive, Would liok them both together.' The whole mystery was thus solved, and, of oourse, there was a verdiot o...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at tlio Wellington Post Office, nnd arrivo tlioro as follows : — For Sydney, Batliurst, Mudgee, Orango, Stuart Town, daily, 5.30 p m j arrive 7.20 a m daily. For Dubbo, Bourlto, Nyngnn, Alary vale, daily, 7 am; arrive, 5.50 p m daily. For Lincoln, Spicor's Crook, Goolma , Two-Mile Flat, Cullon bono, Mudgee, Tuesday aud Friday, 9 am; arrivo, Wed nesday and Saturday, 7.30 p in. For Comobolln, Gollau, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturdny, 0am; arrivo, 6.30pm Thursday, 4pm Sunday. For Ponto, Torrabolla, Tuesday and Friday, 9'antj arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p m. ' :?/ ?'/ For Yeoval, Mt. Aubory, Walmor, ParltoSj Wednesday and Saturday, 9am; Monday and Friday 4,30 p m; For Curra Creek, Bournewood, Wednesday and, Saturday, 9am; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4.30 p m.-'. ? ? For Montefioros, daily, 8.15 a m ; arrive, daily',- W5p m. For Wuuluman; Tuesday and Friday, 9am ; arrive Tuesday and Friday, 5 pm. ; * For Suntop, Artliurvillo, Tuesday and Frldiiy, 9...

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How to Remain Young. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Hov to Remain Young. Main begins life in a gelatinous con dition and.eiids in an osseous or bony otie. '-''Ageing ts;a process of ossification. The arteries become, thickened - with oalcareous matter, and there is inter ference with circulation, upon which nutrition depends. The whole ohange from youth to age is one of steady accumulation of oalcareoua deposits' in the Bystem, which stops the delicate maohinery we call Life. The blood contains compounds of lime, magnesia, and iron. In early life these salts are thrown off ; in age they are not. Almost everything we eat contains theoe ele ments for destroying life. The daily use of distilled water is, after middle life, one of the most important means of preventing seoretionn and derange ments of health. Diluted phosphoric aoid iB also said to be one of the moat; powerful influences for shielding the human system from the inconvenience of old age.' Use it daily with distilled water, and so retard the approach of senility. ? . ; '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION ; 5/- per quarter in advance Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of spaco, and 1/6 for each succeeding inch per insertion up to a column of- space and to . ten insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise ment., however small, less than 2/6 cash, or booked 8/-. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or papor to be in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions oxecutcd the shortest notice at lowest, prices. ' iljfatlinjjf om . ifirnqs NEC TEMEHE NEC T1MIDE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899.

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An Amazing Tangle. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

: An Amazing Tangle. ' Wanted — Four competent men to fill vacancies on the editorial staff of the Daily Driveller.' The sad circumstances which oalled out the; above advertisement are as follows : In yesterday s issue appeared a nonce that a man named Shores had married his stepdaughter, who was also his cousin, being an uncle's daughter by his (Shores') deceased wife's former mar riage. The sub-editor, after reading the item, very thoughtlessly asked : ' What relation would the children by this marriage, and their children, sus tain to the parenta?' The whole force attempted to solve the problem with terrible results. ' In the first place,' said the sub editor, ' the children would be their father's and mother's second cousins, and their grandfather would be their grand-uncle by their father's side, while their grandmother would be their grand: aunt, and aho stepmother, as well as their father's wife, hence they'd be their own children— gracious ! Twice nothing is. nothing and two...

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The Wellington—Werris Creek Railway [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Tlie Wellington— Werris Creek kdailway. It is about time some frosli steps were taken to urgo- on the matter of the Wellington to Worris Creek railway. A now Government has lately come into power, with whom tho member for this dis trict is supposed to bo a 'persona qrata. If such is the case, and Mr. Haynes is in the happy position of having a loan of the 'Ministerial ear,' now is tlio time for an expression of opinion to strengthen his hands. At Monday night's meeting of the Progress Committee this question was brought np for discussion by Mr. Irving, who described it as ' probably the most im portant question that this committeo will ever be called upon to deal with.' lu deq- 1 cribing it in theBO terms Mr. Irving was far from indulging in a Btretch of imagination. The mattor is one which appeals to. the urgent interests of this district, and which, if consummated, would be fraught with un told benefits to its people. The effect of this line would probably be to make Wellington th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) v; . hemist and Druggist, , Whlica to inform tho rosirtonts of Wellington and - District that ho 1ms 1'URCnASED tho BUSINESS which ho hus conductcd for DR. OlIAS. RYGATE (luring tho pnst .six years ; and hopes by strict at tontion to hja patrons' wants to merit a continuance ♦ of tho saino liberal support which lie has bitliorto boon accordod. SPECIAL ATTENTION will bo do voted to tho dispensing of Physicians' Prescriptions, and oountry orders : will bis SECURELY PACKED and PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. Tho Pliarriiacy will also bo kept open on SUNDAYS - und HOLIDAYS for tho conduct of businoss. 1 ' §|agimfs, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) MEDICAL HALL, NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON NOTICE. Mr. E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, HAS DEDUCED ALL DENTAL BEES, thereby enabling intending patients of limited means to have their teeth at tended to in Wellington, instead of going 1:o Sydney. A written QUAE AN TEE given i£ desired. Pronk Sept. i to Nov. x (only) Extractions Is. Specialist in GO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

s. liT JDAWSON, Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro ? porty Att. TS prepared to mideitaks S - ab-division 1 Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, fco. Address, Wellington. , WtUWoT^HI BUT' Sberriff &'McCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS, lae Street, Wellington. ? H'attersaSi's Hotel, proprietorinip of E. FLETCHER, WHO takes every care to give his oustomcrathc best of everything, including EDIBLES, BEDS, DRINK, &c. ? ? PLACE to put up at anil every satiafaehon » guaronteed^oop STABLING, JiTC. ; t=v proprietor. i ~KT WIL'KCsrS, COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, WELLINGTON. r WTLKINS tiaa taken tho above Hotel, and will nrovide the boat accommodation and the best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beers at the lowest rates. Stock Sale Yards at the rear. Anent for Wilkina ond Kennedy, Coach Builder. Saddle, Harness, and- Whip Makors, Dubbo. Wmi SIMMS, (LATE J. CONNELLYS.) . ROYAL hotel, Percy Street, Wellington, Has Opened a SINGLE BOTTLE Depart...

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Geo. Milne} September 24tli— Lower Spicer's Creole (Boss'), 11. n.m. Windora, 3 p.m. ; Wolliugton, 7.30 p.m. Week Dnys. Soptombor 19tli— Geurio.

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (Rev. R. Babby Bbown, R.D. ; aud Joiin 0. MAOnOUGALLV Soptombcr 24tli— Wellington, 8,30 n.m. (U.C.), 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m. ; Nourea, a p.m. ; Siuitop, 11 a.m. ; Ponto, 3 p.m. Week Days. . . September 21st nnd 20 til — Wellington, S.30 a.m. (H.C.) Soptcmbor 19tli— Maryvale, 7.30 p.m. September 19th— Mumbil, 11 a.m. (II.C.) aud 7.30 p.m. September 20tli — Dripstono, 7.30 p.m. ' Scptombor 21nt— Stuart Town, 7.30 p.m.

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Speak Gently to the Erring. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Speak Gently to the Erring, i Speak gently to the erring — You know not all the power With which the dark temptation came ? In some' unguarded hour. - You may not know how earneatly They straggled, or how well, I ' .tyntil the hour of weakness oame I And sadly thus they fell ! Speak gently to the erring— For ia it not enough That innocence and peace are gone, ? Without your censure rough ? It surely is a weary lot That sin-crushed lot to bear And you who share a happier fate Your chidings well may spare. Speak kindly to the erring — ? You yet may lead them back, ... With tender words and tones of love, From misery's thorny track : Forget not thou hast often sinned, And sinful yet must be — Deal kindly with the erring one Ab God hath dealt with thee !

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Electric Light on the Mighty Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Electric. Light on tlie Mighty Deep. 'So shines a good deed in a naughty worjd ' might not, . be considered parallel, so far as the naughty world and seas or oceans(are concerned, but surely the application of electricity to the lighting ofismaller- watery': spaces than those requiring the greater illumination, of ;a lighthouse merits comparison .with; a,;good deed. An electric lamp of teixtefen candle-power is supported -by A buoy of dne hundred pounds weight,-' and' is provided with a secondary battery which preserves its charge for ' eight weeks, and sup plies a current' for1, lighting the lamp during six hours. 'The light, projected through a lens^is visible at a distance of a mile. ? He (sympathetically) : 'You have a bad cold, my dear.' She (huskily) : ' I have.' I am so hoarse that if you attempted to kiss me, I couldn't even scream.' An eminent politician, when con demning the Government policy, is reported to have said that ' they'll keep cutting the wool 'oif the' sheep th...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

THE STORYTELLER, ' A BITTER PENITENCE, CHAPTER XII,— (Continued.) George Sintrnm wns a gentlemaD, and be would have blushed bo far to transgress the .code of good breeding as to quarrel with a woman. Ho therefore checkecT^a rotort which would probably have been more angry than courteous, and, turning on hiB heel, walked away to the window, and stood thore for a while, looking out. Norah sighed, half impatiently, half wearily ; but she did not _ follow him, aa he expected that she would . do. In various other little ' tiffs ' which had chequered the progress of their engage ment she had always shown herself willing to meet him at least halfway. Glancing over lis shoulder presently, he saw that Norah was standing in exactly the eame position aB when he ^turned away from her, and was not ; even looking towards him. ' Norah,' he said, going back to her, and speaking more gently and conciliatorily than lie had spoken yet, ' don't you think that you are taking up an unreasonable position ...

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"CHEER UP," DO! [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

' CHEER UP,' DO! By H. E. S. ' Gloomy shadows oft' will flit If you vo got the grit and wit ' Just to laugh a little bit.' # # # A groat deal of talk is being' indulged in renardine tho better regulation of the street traffio in Sydney ? I do not liko tho idea of having everything too pre.' oise and proper. Half tho musio of city life would bo lost if tho authorities were to adopt nono of tlm suggestions offered. As one walks along tho streots ho may hoar such romarks as theso : ' Oh ! those 'bus boys, rail— way, Glo— e— b— e, going down cir— ou— lar Quay,' and ' They ought to mako tlio horses wait all along Goorgo-street.' Why thoro would bo no fun at all if some pooplo had thoir way; wo should feel as if wo wore riding on mourning coaohos if tho drivers wero doprived of tho pleasuro of shouting out ' whoro aro yor goin', yor fnt head keep on yer right side,' ' Who are you talking to' I'll flatten you out, I'll take yor whool off yer old woman, you ought to drivo a donkoy cart ' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

PALING & CO. ^ ?? — ? ? are Sole Agents in New South Wales and Queensland for _ ? Band & Orchestral „ lllgtriimonta A v By BOOSEY and CO., LONDON! ' By BESSON and CO., London; By COUESNON and CO., Paris. ~ PULING & ©©.-have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, ? String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia, - LOWESTPBICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. PIANOS by all the. Is Leading Makers. STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, &e. ORGANS by ESTEY and CO. from 87. W. H. Paling & @o., _ LIMITED, SYDNEY. To Farmers and Producers. WIJ ''VI P I 0'T?T T w'10 ',n# oarried on bis GENERAL COMMISSION ? -L V^JLJLJGJ AJJLI9 BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, bogs to announce to the gonoral public that ho has been roquested by many of his old patrons, as well as new ones, to establish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto tlie request was mode, but tho want of propor accommodation provented his carrying out this object. IIo now begs to »tpte tlrat ho...

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Mems from Mr. Haynes, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Meins from Mr. Haynes, M.p. Mr. John Haynes, M.P., writes us ua ' follows It will bo interesting to your roadors to learn that tho Minister for Works yesterday approved of tho Wollinston-Worris OnnL railway being included in tho first batch o£ railway proposals to bo submitted to Parlia ment next month. He nlso gavo directions to widon tho Boll River bridge, or have a new ono constructed.

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The Last of the Pirates; OR DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. CHAPTER XXIV. THE DON RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOO 3M[ . , X-RZ V E 3KT , ' . , \ ^ ♦ ; -'? A Romance of the End of OceaiJ. Outlawry* By Col. Prentiss Ingraham, Author of ' Merle the Mutineer,' &c , &c. CHAPTER XXIV. THE DON RETURNS. IA certain town on the coast of ?Spain was suddenly awakened from ? its lazy attitude one day,, some six motitbs after the scuttling of the- Sea Venus by her commander, with her wicked crew on board) t-y having an important' 'personagg appear in its midst. A grand estate, princely in its mag nificence, lordly in its surroundings, hadibeen offered for sale, as its owner had gambled away his inheritance a;iid then taken his own life. ? The grand old castle— for it was .riothingmore— ^was.lhe admiration - of . the.townspeople, and it was said that . its halls and numerous chambers had cost a fortune to furnish. .. The park surrounding it boasted of j two-score acres j there were vast I flower-gardens, fountains, and arbours inviting to a cool retreat.' | The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

ANDERSON'S NEW GARDEN SEEDS at ~ SATCHELL'S. All Summer Vogotablos should bo planted THIS MONTH. Now Illustrated Cntaloguo FREE to buyors of fi/- worth of Seeds and upwards. Tliw Book in iteclf ia a valuable work on Gardoniug. NIKOTEEN For AphiB, Scale, and ull Insoct Posts. _ P'rico— Is 6d por bottle, or posted free lfl ^lOd. If your Roso Buslios or Plants aro covered wit' Aphia, uso NIKOTEEN. - Harmless to plant life. Ordors by post rocoivo prompt attention. SATCHELL'S BOOK, STATIONERY and MUSIO DM OA WELLINGTON.

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The Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Tlie Hospital Ball. J ^ Tho annual Hospital Ball eventuated last night in tho Band Hall, and resulted in a brilliant success. It may fairly be said in starting that this was probably tho most successful function of its kind that has taken placo hero this season. It is not too much to say cnat this, the dance of the season, had been eagerly discussed and looked for ward to for weeks past. ~ The anticipations of all must have been more than realised, for, favored by splendid and cool weather, there was an immense gathering of ladies and their brave gallants, who kept the .ball rolling from soon after 8 o'clock till 4 o'clock next morning. The ladies who undertook the organising and carrying out of ;the arrangements cannot be too highly praised for their splendid efforts. One and all gave, up their time for days before the event, and worked unanimously and with indefatigable persistence for tho good cause they bad espoused. It will bo gratifying to them to know that as a result of thei...

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