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The Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

The Municipal Couucll. There was no meeting of the Counoil on Thursday.' At about a quarter. to eight it is true there wpro two aldermen present, and one vraa in the humor ;to' chaff and tho other to rage. Indeed tho latter ..was' prepared to pull up trees and demolish- ch.urohoB: and play -up generally -so excessive was his vexation. He was prepared to mount the rostrum andproolaim ' in tho loudest voice he could summon ' the iniqui ties of his fellow' Oouncillors, and tho lack of , interest they display in tho affairs of the town. And we aro inclined to think the rato-payors will coincide with this- gentleman'.- There is' an element of new blood whioh should bo injected into tho municipal framo to Riy^o it-ne,w life;an,d.-jV[{goj. .jS^i'^.'hursdtty. niglit some of ' the aldermen wore^jxtla *^ da'wrioi-.'.-, wnilst the others had -apparently .been .roading Wolfe's Schnapps description of ' that tired fooling,' and imagined they had all the symptoms sof ? that malady. As it stands, ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Local Jottings. Tooth extracted Is from September 1st to .November 1st. E. P. Solomon, dentist, Club Hotel, Wellington.* On WodnoBday evening will bo hold another of those dolightful little musical evenings got up by Mr. Lonp, tho onergotic socrotary of the Mechanics' Institute. On this occasion wo will hoar, tho new orchestra for. the first time, so an extra- treat is in L,nrn. ? . ? ' ' ' Your Bight tested and tho best spectacles supplied for every defect of the eyes, difficult cases a speciality. J. W. Marshall, practical optician, Percy-street.* ' The return cricket match between' Bodangpra and Wellington will bo played on Bell Park on Saturday next. Tho last game was won by Bodangord by 10 or 11 runs, but Wellington is determined to reverse this verdict. ' A good deal of interest is being aroused in Jthe fixture, and. a big turn-up of tho public is aisured. Tho reliablo Family Remedy, Wood's Groab )iinnni-mint flnm f/tM fi/Minita and finlfla 1 !(\ nnA 2/6* . ? . Miss Fletcher's...

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Wanted It Tested. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Wanted It Tested. A Scotchman went to London for a holiday. Walking . along one. of the j streets, he noticed a baldheaded ohemist standing at his shop-door, and inquired if he had any hair-restorer. ' Yes, sir,', said the chemist ; 'step inside, please. There's an artiole I oan reoommend. Testimonials from great men who have used it. it makes tne hair grow in tWenty-four hours.' ? Aweel,' said the Scot, ' ye can gie the top o' yer heid a bit o' a rub wi't, and I'll look back the morn and see if ye're tellin' the truth.' ? The chemist returned- the bottle to the shelf, and kioked the errand-boy for laughing.

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Wouldn't Be There. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Wouldn't Be There. There -is an amusing little story jogging round anent one of those pious persons who demand admission to Gloucester Cathedral, as their pariah churoh, while the festival ii proceeding. Such a one was politely motioned back by a steward, the story goes. As afinal argument tne * pariBiuoner uxuiauueu : ' But why should'a ticket be required before I oan enter a' place of worship when I can enter heaven itself without one?' ^ ? Ah 1' replied the steward, ' but you won't hear Madame Patti there.,' We consider Madame Patti has good grounds for criminal libel againBt that steward.

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Butter from Peanuts. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Bntter from Peannts. . In Indiana a large factory has recently been erected for the manufacture of butter. from peanuts. For more than a year Messrs. Lan Brothers, of that oity, have been working on a process for making butter from the peanut to com pete with the product of the farm oow ; and it is Btated they have succeeded in producing the desired article. At the present price of the nuts the butter can be sold at 15c. (7$d.) per lb. The pro cess of manufacture is no secret. The nuts after the hulls are removed are carefully handpicked and faulty kernels removed. They are then roasted in a large rotatary oven. ~ Again they are fvnna Attn* kn Vt n n -3 (a* frVia namAVal flf scorched grains. The nuts are then put through a mill' and ground as fine as the finest flour, the natural oils in the grains giving.it the appearance and consistency of putty as it leaves the mill, exoept that it is more'of an orange colour. By the addition of filtered water to reduce it to a more pliable state...

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THE SILVER WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

TBE silver wedding. 'Tib five-and-twenty years to-day Sinoe we were man and wife— And that's a tidy slioe, I say, - From anybody's life. And if yon want, in looking baok, To feel how times have flown, Tho..,'. T„„lr ? «... 1 ? U.. T„„l. With whiskers of his own. Place your hand in mine, wife, We've loved each other true ; And still, in shade or shine, wife, There's love to help us through. It's not been all smooth Bailing, wife — Not always laughing May. Sometimes it's been a weary strife To keep the wolf away. We've had our little tiffs, my dear ; We've often grieved and Bighed ; Our lad has coat us many a tear ; Our little baby died. But, wife, your love along the road Has cheered the roughest spell, . Xou've borne your half of every load, And often mine as wel). I've rued full many a foolish thing Ere well the step was ta'en ; But oh I I'd haste to buy the ring And wed you o'er again. 'Twas you whb made me own the Hand That's working jail along, In ways we cannoV understand, Stil...

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Plants that Foretell the, Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Plants !ibai Foretell the? Weather. Look ou t 'for rain , if , thje stalks of clover' stand, upright if the flower, of the convolvulus closes.;., jf the flowers of the Sorrel and of the African Mari gold close ; if the. flower of the pitcher plant turns upside down, or if the flower of the cinquefoil expands. Fine weather is preceded by the opening of the flowers of the sorrel, or. the closing of the cinquefoil, and the standing erect of the flower of the pitcher plant.

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How to Live Long. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Hov to Live Long. Keep the lungs active by deep breathing, the skin by baths and friction, the kidneys by free draughts of warm water, the bowels by correct' eating, and the blbod will be pure. Spend part of each day in muscular work, part in study, and part in good deeds to men.

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN R. D. and A. J. GAR[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. I Church of England. (RKV. R. BaHUY HbOWN. 7?,.!) nnrl A .T \ Octolior 1 ,st— Wellington, 11 am (H.C.), ru'1- 7.30 p m ; Boilnngorn, 3 piu (II. C.) ; Dripstone, 11 am ; Mnmbil, 3 pin ; Stnnrt Town, 7.80 i- ui. Octobor 8tli — 'Wellington, 8.30 am (U.C.), 11 n in mid 7.30 pm ; ronto,3piu; Gcnrie, 11 n m ; Comobella, 3 pmj UodanKora, 7 pm. October 15tli — \VellinKtou, 11 mn (H.C.), und 7.30 pm; lioilnngoru, 3pm; Gooluia, 11 nni ; Spicor's Crook, 3pm. October 22ml— Wellington, 8.30 mu (U.C.), 11 a in and 7,30 p m : Noureii, 3 ji m ; Bnntop, 3 p in. Octobor Mtli— Wellington, 8.S0 n in (H.C.), 11 am nnd7.30 pm; Bodnncorn, 3pm; Geurio, 11 tw; Mnryvalo, 3 pin; llontonores, 7.30 pm. Wcok Days. October 28th— Wellington, 8.30 am (H.C.) ? ? , October lOtli— Dripstone, 7.30 p m. October lftth— Mumbil, 11 am (II.C.) October 26th — Pouto, 9 am (H.C.)

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Declining Life. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Declining life; ' Declining life, begins from about forty and extends to about fifty-two in women ; in men it commences at about fifty and extends to sixty. Advanced age. or incipient old age, ranges from fifty-three to about sixty five in women j in men, from sixty to seventy. Ripe old age ranges from sixty-five to about seventy-five in the female, and from seventy to eighty in the male.

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GRO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Pi'cabytorinn Church. (Rev. Gbo. Milne) Obtcber 1st — Wellington, 11 n m ; Bodangora, 3,pm; Wel lington, 7.30 pin. Octobor 8th— Ynllundry, 11 am ; Wellington, 7.80.pm. October 15tli— Wellington, 11 am : Ponto, 3 p in ; Welling ton, 7.30 pm. Octol-er 22nd — Lowor Spicer's Creelf (Boss'), -11 am; Windora, S p ui : AVelliugton, 7.30 p m. ?' October 29tli— Wellington, 11 am :'Genrie, 3 pm: Welling ton, 7.30pm. Week Day. October 19th— Nenrea.

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Remarkable Facts Concerning Royal Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

? . . . j Remarkable Facts. Concerning Royal Deaths It is very singular that , so many of our Sovereigns in .^succession have died on the Saturday. ? It would almost seem as though the Revolution had set the example, the throne having been declared vacant on Saturday, February i6th, r688. :i William III. died on Saturday, March 8th, 1702 j Queen Anne died on Saturday, August rs.t, 1714 ; George I., . at. two .o'clock on Sunday morning, June nth, 1727 i (what in common parlance is called Saturday night) ; George II. died on Saturday, October:25th, 1760.; (George HI. died on Saturday; January 19th, 1820 ; George IV. on Saturday, June 6111,1830'/ ,

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Baptist Church. Bodangora. (Preacher MR. G. C[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

BaDfcist Church. Bodnncora. /Pr/»nolioiv fr. flinpvr.T. l October 1st— Seatonvillc, 3pm: Bodaugora, 7.30 p m. October 8tli— Lockrey's, 11 a in; Spicer's Creok, 3pm: Bodungor* , 7.30 p m. fProncbcr, Bev, Isaac Buao.) Octobor 15th— BodMigora, 11 am : Gcnrie, 3pm: Maryvalo, 7.30 pm. Octobor 28ud — Ponto, 3pm: Geurie, 7.30 pa, Octobor 2ftth — Bnf.nrom. 7. SO «in. '

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The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. CHAPTER XXVII. THE RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

The Last of the Pirates; V OR, ' ... DOOM DRIVEN, A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry.* By Col. Prentiss Ingraham, Author of ' Merle the Mutineer,-' &c., &cV ' CHAPTER XXVII. r ? THE RECOGNITION. It never struck Captain Delorme, until his carriage was turning into the massive gateway of 1 The Castle, ' that he had not yet heard the name of the new master. He had not been down to the town, or on board his vessel, since the luneral, and so had not learned it. He felt that he should have waited until a later day-for his visit, but then his anxiety to see if the stranger looked like Andrea De Costa caused him to gd the day after the suicide's funeral. Calling to his coachman, he asked if he had heard the name oi the new owner of 'The Castle.' ? The coachman had not. And so the carriage rolled up to the door, the captain descended and went up the marble steps, a butler in livery received his card, and ushered him into the grand parlour, which he knew so well, having be...

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Weslevan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Weslevan Church. (Rev. G. W. Fuiineh.) uoioiiurmt— Wellington, 11 am.— ilr. UauipUell. Snntop, 11 am ; Pouto, 3 pin : Wellington, .7.30 pm, — Bov. 6. W. Furuor. Kourea, 3 pm. — Mr. Bembrick, Octobor 8th — Wellington , 11 am and 7.30 p m : Bodaugora, 3 pm. — Iier. G. W. Furner. October 15th — tfellington, 11 am. — Mr. H. Etherington. Keurea, 11am: Curra Creok, 3 pm: Wellington. 7.30 Sm.— R«t. G. W. Tarnor. Bodaugora, 7.30 p m.— Mr; . Cliappell. October Mud— Wellington, 11 ai»: Bodaugora, 3 and 7.30 15m. — Ker. G. W. Furner. Wellington, 7.30 pin. — Mr. G. Cliappell. Ootober 2»th— Bob.' ^pieer's Creek), 3 p m ; Wellington, 7.30 pm. — Rot. G.'W. Furner. Wellington, 11 am: Bod.ngora, 3 p in. — Mr. Q. Cliappell. ? 'flfWtingfatt Htmqs' NEC TEMERE NEC TIiaiftE THUlElS DAY, SEPTEMBER, 28, 18997

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

I tcbing Piles. Nothing spoilia a good disposition quicker Nothing taxes a man's patience, Like an irritation of the skin, Piles almost drive you crazy, All day they make you miserable. All night they keep you awake. I Just the same with eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing. People are learning they can he cured.' Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that Doan's Ointment will cure Piles, Eczema, or any irritation of the skin. Here is a testimony from Mrs. Keating of Percy-street, this town, aB to the value of Doan's Ointment. ' My husband suffered from piles, which were a eource of great pain and annoyance to him. (ThoBe who have this irritating complaint can well realise the truth of the latter expression.) He lately procured some of Doan's Ointment at Hin vest's pharmacy and used it. Henow speaks very highly of its merit, for as he says it gave him great relief in his vexatious trouble.' Doan's Ointment is splendid in all diseases ot the akia, eczema, piles...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Local JotUngs. | Teeth extracted Is from September 1st to November 1st. E. P. Solomon, dentist, Club Hotel, Wellington.* . The Wellington Football Club held n meeting at the Royal Hotel on Monday ni^lit for the purpose of squaring up accounts for the season.- The result of the season has Deen most sansraccory, nnnnciany, u neing shown that the club had a credit balauce of £10 l'lg 3d after all accounts were' paid. This balance is mainly due to the recent social, which turned out a great success. The sum of £3 3s Od was generously voted out of tho funds as a donation to Mr. Georgo Wenvor, who was injured during the seaso.n. Tour sight tested and the best spectacles supplied. for every defect of the eyes, difficult cases a speciality. J. W. Marshall, practical optician, Percy-street.* Tho final of the Royal Hotel billiard tour nament was played on Monday night, Mr. J. H. Orbell beating Mr. J. R. Kelk, by 26 points. During .the night a collection waa taken \.p in aid of -the hospital, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) , Chemist and Druggist, Wishes to itiForm the residents of Wellington ond District that ho lias PUROflASBD tho BUSINESS vliioh ho has conducted for DR. C1IAS. RYGATE during tbo past six years ; and hopes by strict at tention to his patrons' wants to merit a oontinuanco of the same liberal support which ho has hithorto boon accordcd. 8PKOIAL ATTENTION wBl bo devoted to the dispousing of Physicians' Presortptlons, and country orders will bo SECURE!/? PACKED and PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. 3?fco Pharmacy will also be bopt opon on SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS for the conduct of business. §§afpMfs, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) MEDICAL HAUL,, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON NOTICE. Mr. E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, HAS ltEDUCED ALL DENTAL FEES, thereby enabling intending patients of limited means to have their teeth at ; . tended to in Wellington, instead of going' to Sydney. 'A written GUARANTEE given if desired. Front Sept. i to Nov. i (only) Extractions Is. Specialist in GOLD FILLINGS, AMAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

S. 11. DAWSON, Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under llto Real Pro-, perty A*t-. IS prepared to nndeitako }jab-di vision Surveys of. all kinds ; taking of IovoIb, Ac. Address, Wellington. „ - ? ; WELLINGTON BUTOHE'RV. Sherriff & McCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Lee Street, Wellington^ Tatt^alL'sHot^ One of the most comfortable, well-ventilated and convenient hotels in town, is still under the proprietorihip of ' E. FLETCHER, WHO tokos evory care to give bis customers the beet of everything, including EDIBLES, BEDS, DRINK, &c. Farmers and others from thij country will find Tattorsall's Hotel a MOSJ? COMFORTABLE fLAOE to put up at and every satisfaction is guaranteed. -GOOD STABLING, ETC.— EJ. FLETGHEB, PROPRIETOR. A. WILKIN'S, COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, WELLINGTON. A. WILKINS has taken the above Hotel, and will: provide tho best uccommodation and the best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beers at tho lowest rates. Stock Sale Yards at-the rear. Ag...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Markets.. . SYDNEY PRICES. Wheat.— N.S.W. , milling, 2s lOd to 3s j second quality, 2s 9d. Flour.— N. S. W.. £0 10s to £G 17s Gil ; Vic., £6 10s to £7;S A., £G las to £72sGd; Manitoba, £9 15b to £10. . Oats, — Seed, to 2s ; primo feed, Is 9dt, inodium Is SJd; Tnsmaniau, primo Is 9d, inodium Is (id to Is 7d per busliol. Maizo.— Market Ann. Primo, 2s 9d por bushel, Peas.— Bliio, to 3s 7d ; grey, to 3s per bushel. Chick wlf?at.— Prime, 2s (3d to 23 7d per bushel. Barley.— English, 2s 3d to 2s 6d ; Capo, 29 2(1 to 2s 'Id ; feed, 2s 2d ^pbr . bushel. Bran — 8d por bushel. Pollard— 8jd por busliol. / Lucorno.--Rail.way,' priind : '£3 ISs j medium, ?-. £3 to £3 5s; Hunter Rivor, prime, £3 10s j other qualities, £2: 10s¥ to £3 :5s. . ? Hay'.— Local oaten, in .bundles, primo, .£4 to £4 5s ; medium, £3 Gs to £3 15b; oil varieties to £3 por ton. Chaff. — Imported : Prime, £3 2s Gd to £3 10s j inodium', £2 15s to £3. - Straw.— Dorrick-pressed, local, £1 15s to £2 5s; local bundled, £1 15s per t...

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