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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Xocal Jottings. Tooth extracted Is from Soptember 1st to November 1st. E. P. Solomon, dentist,' Club Hotel, Wellington.* Persistent inquiries were made at last Monday s meeting of tho Progress Commit tee as ti tho whereabouts of tho Railway jjcayue. j.d appears such a lcaguo was formed some years ago and collcctod a con siderable sum towards carrying ou their aeitation foriho-Wclliuglon to WerrisCreek railway. 'Where ;i i o thoy now?' an xiously inquired so vera I Committeemen. ' Let us l'on t them out of their burrows,' said ? anothar. Whilst ycfc smother: jpotid with evident triumph — 'I lodged the Sec retary to-day.' ' New jewellery, every week — in pretty and serviceable designs at lowest possible prices —gold brooches from six. shillings at J W. Marshall's in Porcy-stroot.* Tho preBidout of tho Progress Committee will have to learn to keep his meetings in hand. On Monday night-tevural members' were allowed'to go on when distinctly out of order, an nraendment, which read as a di...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Dreyfus Pardoned. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Dreyfns Pardoned. London, Wednesday. Prosidont Loubot has pardoned Captain Dreyfus, who litis rejoined his wife. The Transvaal Trouble. The TranBvanl Secretary of State says the Government and the burghors are unanimous in thoir reply to the British Government. Sii Alfred Milner has threatened penalties for inciting natives to rebol. President Kruger is angry with the Afrikanders for their want of sympathy in tho present orisis. Boor spies are scattered along the borders. Great Britain has placed orders for am bulance wagons and 1000 pack mules. The Boers are sending large quantities of forage to the Nalal frontier. Xrager Backing Down. President Kruger, through the Transvaal agent in Europe, has approached three of the Great Powers, asking their good offices in settling the difficulty with Groat Britain. There are rumourB to tho effect that a con ciliatory despatch has been sent to Mr. Conyngham Greene, tho British Agont. Meeting of tho Cabinet. The British Cabinot has been summone...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Telegraphic News 'Sydney, Thursday, 3 p.m. The Weather. Russell predicts fine weather generally^ except in tho extreme north coast, abou which rain still lingors. Wragge predicts tine weather in western parts, tending to showery and olondy, with some thunderstorms. Latest Market Prices. Wheat, '2s 9d to 2s lid ; ehiok wheat' 2s 5d to 2s 6d ; flour, £6 10s to £7 ; maize, 2s 9d ; chaff £2 10s to £3 53 ; oaten hay, £2 10s to £4; luoerno, £2 10s to £3 15s; butter, creamery and factory, lOd : dairy 10£d. Another Contingent. The military authorities are busy making arrangements in tho event of troops being suddenly ordered to tho Transvaal. Largo numbers of nieti voluntoored for sprvico. Labor Pasty Satisfied. Tho Labor [Party is pc rfectly satisfied with Mr. Lyno's policy. Ministerialists are elated at their futuro prospects, but tbe Oppoaiton declare that Mr; Lyno's mani festo clearly shows no justification what ever for ousting the Rcid Government, Good Prices for Wool. At tho local wo...

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Coming Events. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Coining E vents. ' RACES. Mudgee Jockoy Club, Noven.ber 8th and 9th. Cobar Races.- October 10, 12, 13. Bourke Spring meeting. October 19, 20. WELLINGTON. Octobcr 6— Spocial Licensing Court. October 20— Quarterly Licensing Court. Ootober 6 and 20 — Small Debts Court. November 3— District Court and Quarter Sessions BODANGORA. Bazaar, October 19tb. Grand Ball, October 27th. Concert, November 9th, in aid of the R.O. Church. STUART TOWN. Police Court— Sept. 21, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Deo. 22

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

Wanted, WANTED, A STRONG GIRL as COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply MRS. THEO. BARKER. Government Advertisements. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 5tli Scptembor, 1899. TENDERS aro invited for the performance, from the 1st January next, of a large number of MAIL SERVICES throughout tho Colony, and will be received at tho General Po3t Office up to noon on MONDAY, the 16th October next. Tenders mUBt be addressed to the Deputy Postmaster General, Sydney, and endorsed ' Tender for Conveyance of Mails.' For- fall particulars see 'Government Gazette,' a file ot whioh is kept at every Post Office in the Colony. 7a-14. VAUNEY PARKES. Wellington Football Club Social. ALL ACCOUNTS in connection with the Social must be sent in at once to ' W. SlM&S.t , - RoyaVHGtel. Municipal District of Wellington. APPLICATIONS are invited to be sent' to the undersigned before 5 o'clock p.m. on TUES DAY, SEPTEMBER 26th inst., for the position of Council Cube, Tbbabubbb, Cl...

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

Ladies' Drapery Establishment. MRS. J. CONNELLY (LATE OF THE ROYAL), BEGS to inform the public that she has secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS MILLINER, and that all orders entrusted to her will be executed in a Competent . manner. Her ITBW STOCK OJE#1 SFK/XITO O-OOIDS \ ie now in, including MUSLINS, SILKS, TRIMMINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS, an(F LADIES' and CHILDREN'S IIATS, &c., &c. EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE STILES. , H. R. J. CALE, (Son of J. Cale, Dubbo, established 1880) Wiahea to announce to the public of Wellington that he haa established* . himself here as a Plumber, Ironworker, Gasfitter, and trusts by careful attention to business to merit your ordere. All work entrusted to him will receive his best attention. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. STENCILS CUT TO ORDER. - ' Estimates given for any work in the trade. : , - PUMPS FITTED. Water laid on. Tanks a Specialty. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.

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Spicer's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Spicer's Creek. . A fairly good orowd assembled to witness thef rifle match on Saturday. Following are the scores : — - - J 100yds. 200yds. . Total. ' Eric/Martin . 28 ... 18 ... 46,' Jas.Horwood' 22 ... 21 ... 43 H.Martin 21 ... 20 ... 41 M. Fitzpatrick . . 24 17 41 - H.J.Evans 25 ... 15 ... 40 Wm. Zell 21 ... 19 ... 40 G.Martin 22 ,,, 16 - 88 ' H. Hughes 22 16 ... 38 Jno. Horwood 20 ... 16 ,.. 3G Walter Collins' 18 ... 17 ... 35 Jas Fox ? 20 ... 13 .., 33 A. Zoll 18 ... 7 ... 25 T. Snowden ' 14 ... 8, ... 22 H. Martin and Fitzpatrick tied for third place. The former won when they shot off. Messrs. Fox Bros.' company performed in Mr. Hughos' ball on Saturday night to a medium house. We had a nioe fall of rain during Saturday night. The weather is again fine. -

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Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Bodanifora. (From our own correspondent.) I have this week to report the death of. Mr. und Mrs; Flynn's infant child, aged three weeks. The, remains of Mr. II. ftiibjnson'o son, whoso death 1 bi'icfly reported in my last, woro takon to Menindic for intormput, whoro I understand other members of the family mo buried. The deceased, who gave promise of being a elevor boy— in fact his teacher, Mr, liable, speaks of him iu tlio higheut terms— wiis much endeared to his schoolmates. To the bereaved parents I offer my sincere sympathy, as the loss of a bright boy like little Harry un doubtedly was at t{io ago of ten must havo como as a severe blow to his parents, , J Mr. C. Little, who has been dungorously ' ill, ic now convalescent. Tho trouble was pleurisy and inflammation of the lungs. - A son of Mr. J. McGrath, who was at death's door with tho samo complaint, is undor tho skilful caro of Dr. A. Rygate and U now considered out of' danger.. A tcn-ycar old danghtor of Mr. Sain. Wills has b...

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DISTRICT NEWS Geurie. PUBLIC SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

I DISTRICT NEWS Geurie. (From our own correspondent.) PUBLIO SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION. I was led to believe that your paper was to be represented at tho Geurio Public School uunual picnic, hold last Sattirduy, but as it docs not appear lo havo been the case, I send you herewith a report of what took place. I may say tho picnic wns a great succoss ; a very largo attendance of childron and adults boiDg present, including many visitors from Maryvale, Murrumbidgorio, Pouto, Dubbo, and Wellington. About 100 schulars'ultcuding tho Geurie Public School assembled at tlio railway station at 10 o'clock, aud inurchcd from thenco to tho picnic ground, pre ceded bv tlie Geurie brass batid, which remained throughout Clio duy and played several pleasing selections. There was about £12 worth of prizes to bo run for, and tho childron wcro contesting the difforcpt events from 11 o'clock till 6 o'clock — excepting lunch timo — which amply demonstrated thoir groat powers of euduranoe. Evory child attending...

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Millthorpe Ploughing Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Millthorpe Plou&fliiu&r. Matches. This show opened on Tuosday, with a large attendance and fine exhibits of produce and niashin ory, and woo conoluded on| Wednesday. Tho plough ing matches rosulted as follows': — Deep Ploughing Two-Fubbow Match.— R. J. 'Rowlands, Neville, 84 points, 1 ; J, M. McDongal Yavrawonga, Victoria, 74 points, 2 ; W. C. Bye, Waggo, 69 points, 3. Intercolonial Champion Double ? Funnow Match.— A. Browning, Victoria, 179 points 1 j F. C. Rowland, WangooU, 176 pointB, 2 ; Geo. Whiloy, Spring Hill, 161 points, 3 ; T. Martin, Spring Hill, 161 points, 4. ISTBECOItONlAT, CHAMPION ThEEB ? UUEEOW Match. — J. MoDongal, Viotoria, 92 points, 1 ; R. J Rowlands,- Neville, 80 points, 2; J. Warburtoo, Millthorpe, 70 points, 8. Two-Fueeow Maioh(Amateue). — W. Lawrence, Junee,' 81 points 1 ; H. Warbuttou, Millthoipe, 65 points, 2 5 A. BpwlandB) Mauduriuia, (JiJ poiuta, 3»

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Cricket. Tho following playora lmvo beon selected lo re present Dickcrton G.C. against Bodangora C.O., on the 24th inafant E. Smith, W. Pound, W. Selby, F. Kelly, W. Cox, A. Kelly, E. Pound, J. Strong, T. Kelly, J. McCormiok, T. Foster. Emergencies — M. Crawley, P. Colreavy. WELLINGTON H.U, v. BODANGORA. This match was played at Bodangora on Wednes day uftcrnoon, and resulted ia a win for Bodangora by ;ono innings, four wickets, and 104 runs. The following aro the scores : — ? BODANGORA. — First Innings. Davis, run out ... ... '6 N. Moore, b Ziehlke ... ... 2 N. Cooney, b McCormiok ... ' ' 24 W. Cooney, b McOormick ... ... 5 ? W. Angwin, not out ... 50 T. McDonald, ,b Noild ... 20 H, Kelly, b Neild ... ... ? ... 0 Koble. notout ... . ... 30 Sundrios ' ... ... , ? 12 Total for six wickets ...155 Innings declared closed WELLINGTON JIALF-HOLIDAY. First Innings. Second lnning«. A. Zielilke, b Kublo ... ,(- not out ... ... 12 E, Madden, b Kable ... 0 0 Magner,bRoberts 6 Hewitt, liow.b Mc...

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SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

_ SYDNEY PRICES. . . Wheat. — N. S, W., milling, 2s lOd to 3s; second quality, 2s 9d. Flour.— N. S. W.. £6 . 10a to £7 ; Vic., £6 10s to £7 ; S A., £6 15s to £7 2s 6d; Manitoba, £9 15s to £10. Oats. — Sped, to 2s ; prime feed, 1b 9d, medium la 8Jd; Tasmanian, prime Is 9d, modiuiu Is 6i to Is 7d per bualiol. Maize. — Market firm. Prime, 2s 9d per bushel Peas. — Blue, to 3s Gd ; grey, to 3s per bushel. Chickwheat. — Prime, 2s 5d to2j 7d por bushel. Barley.— English, 2s 3d to 2s 5d ; Capo, 2sc3d ; feed, 2s Id per bushel. Bran — 7Jd per- bushel. Pollard — 8Jd per bushel. Lucerne.— Railway, prime £3 15s ; medium, £3 5s to £3 10a; Hunter River,, prime, £3 10s to £3 15s ; other qualities, £2 lOirto £3 5s.' Ha.v. — Local oaten, in bundles, prime, £4 j medium, £3 Gs to £3 15s ; off varieties to £3 per ton. Chaff. — Imported: Prime, groen, £3 5s to £3 7s 6d; medium, £2 15s to £3 2s 6d. Straw. — Derrick-pressed, local, £1 15s lo £2 local bundled, £1 5s per ton . Potatoes. — Plentiful. Tasmania...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Markets. Local crop, prospects may be generally regarded as distinctly' favourable, although rain would be welcpme in 'several quarters. Advices from the Westaad Southern Riverina, allude to some of the wheat as being in tho ear, and indeed there is every indication of an';early harvest. Crop prospects in Victoria are not; wholly favourable, at any rato not as favourable, as Victorians night desire.' For this state of affairs frosts, followed by hot winds, have been responsible. The South Australian Treasurer's estimate is six bushels per acre, but unless rain falls eoon he is most certainly doomed to disappointment.

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Our Municipal Delegates in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Our Municipal Delegates iu Svdnev. Wo havoreceivedthefollowingmems. from Sydney, under dato Wednesday, 20th : — The Municipal Couferenco opened yester day, there being 176 delegates present. After roading tho' names, Sir Matthew Harris read a letter from Earl Beaacliairip inviting Iho delegates to lunch at Govern ment House to-day ut 1 o'clock, and also tho country mayors tod inner at 6 o'clock. Tho two noticea o£ motion tabled by the Wellington delegates wero both carried, each oE tlieni' being well supported, tho building act by Alderman Konnard being amended a little. Mr. Hayues, M.P., has mado arranger ments to meet tho Mayor and Alderman Konnard on Thursday, at '11 o'clock, to wait on tho Minister for Justice in roferonco to tho Police Magistrate, and at 12 o'clock to wait on Mr. Crick, P.M.G., with reference to furthor accommodation at tho post office, Wellington. Mr. Haynos says ho doos not think the Government will la&t long, and lie espoets an appoal to tho country ...

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P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

P. and A. Association A meeting of the P. and A. Association was held on Tuesday night, there being pre sent Messrs. Hyeronimas (in tlie -chair), Bassett, Matthews, York, McOormick, J. D. Brown, Bead, Porter, and Hurley. After considerable discussion the dates for the next Wellington show were fixed for May 2nd and 3rd. There was some opposi tion to holding the show so lato in the year as this, but Bathurst having appropriated a date only a week or two earlier, and Orange having made their fixture at the end of April, members could not see what j else thoy were to do. It seems to us quite time that Balhurst was ignored in theso matters ; as a matter of fact very few ex hibits come here from that place and pro bably not a dozen people. Wellington and Dubbo, with Molong, Mudgee, and other places should come to an agreement in this matter, and not allow their annual exhibi tion to bo spoilt by tho selfishness of Bath urst or any other town . Another meeting of the Association will be h...

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

A. R. Coubiand, Hairdresser, has remayed nest ' doorta Chas. Swan's, whero bo may bo Beon for the 1 next six weoks, ponding the building of his now I promises, ♦

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A Stuart Town Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

A Stuart Town Sensation. A sensation was caused in Stuart Town on Monday, 18th instant, by tho report, which ultimately proved too true, that a Chinamen nameaMoo War had been stuck np and robbed of 35 dwt. of gold. The police were soon on tho spot,' headed by Sub-Inspector Catperon from Dubbo, the others being Sorgeant Shilliugton, Con stables Wyno and Cullen, and two black trackers. The supposed robbers were fol lowed towards Stouoy Creak, when tbo tracks diverged. Ultimately one Williairi Fitzsimonds was arrested in Orango with the gold on him, and he was promptly lodged in the lockup. The other miscreant, at time o£ writing, is still alt large, though the polico expect to drop on to him at any time. Tbe two men, when thoy attaoked the Chinaman, wore masks and wcro clothed in bran bags,

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

General News. The King of Greece speaks twelve languages. The celebrated Roquefort cheese is made of sheep's milk In the Rock of Gibraltar there are seventy miles of tunnels; One thousand persons possess ' .one half the wealth of England. . ? - The annual increase of population in the United States is about 1,000,000. The dirtiest and most unhealthy .city in the world is Amoy, China. ^ Prussia has only 11,000 persons^ who have incomes of more than £1,500 a year. There are fifty-three SatUrdays'in this year. Centenarians are more numerous- in mild climates than in higher or lower latitudes. The Japanese say : 'A man takes a drink, then the drink takes a drink, and after that the drink takes the man.' ' To swim like a fish is getting obsolete. It now appears that there are fishes' which do not swim at all. . Tea-leaves dried by electricity are of better flavour than when dried -by the old method. The Moors of Arabia and Spain were the first to display coloured globes in chemists' wind...

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Pat Was Even With Him. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Pat Was Even With Him. I Driving through George-street, Sydney, one day on the front seat of a 'bus, the wretohed appearance of the horses sud denly struck the visitor, who said : 'Pat, you ought to be taken up for cruelty to animals, driving such screws as those 1' 'Begorra, sorr,' was the quick reply, 'if I didn't drive these soiews I'd be taken up for oruelty to a woife and ten children.'

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

OOLEMAIVE'S EUOALYPTE EXTRACT. : Tlio puroBt Eucalypto on oarth.' Lord Oavrington's friend in' Inpi-'';-0 '-? Tho world's romody for clioBt ooisii^aiuis; ' ; Tho ' cold' cure of Earl. Jersey's. _ , *? -.? But note woll Eucalygtf, hob'Euoalyptf. . r^° ?^'iaild the Season at WELLINGTON,';;' igw Tho Thoroughbred Horso - AYEJVTEL AVENEL is a chestnut horso, foalod-27th.Soptom: ber, 1S91 ; by Julian Avonol from Mirzu'poro , (imp.) (dam of Phuraihond), by Ooltnoss f ro'm Mirziy (imp.), by Parmesan from Bucolic, by Baruton frbm Idyl,, by. Ithuriel from Ecloquo, by Emilius. .. '-Miraaporo ia dam of Qoorgio, Avonol and Ph'ai'a-; mond. Q-eorgic won throe races in England this soason. . ? - ? Aypnel won this soason ^Opening Handicap at Wellington, J.O. Handicap atNyngan, Opening aud Qooltna Handicap at Q-oolma ; dead-heat with Bpidor, for .tho Darling Bivor Handicap, Bourke; 'second for' the Parkcs Handicap. Julian Avonol out of Mary Avonol by Tho Aco of Olubs ; Mary Avonol out Tib Tacket by L...

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