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

?\T E W G O 0 D S A T _LN ? SATCHELL'S. ' Tho Old Mare's' Foal ' (Nat Gould's latest sport ing novel), 2/-; posted, 2/4. ' Rough Justice.'— Miss Braddon — 2/- j posted, J* ' History of tho Kelly Gang ' (illustrated), l/3j posted, 1/4. ? f \ 1 ?' Dymools'sVGuidorto Sydnoy ' (with maps, 1/- j posted, 1/4. j - ? Minnigroy ' i . ?') Smith's popular ' Woman and Her Master!1-' Novols ' Will aud tho Way ' ( 1/3 each, : 'Temptation' ; v posted 1 /«. '-Consult the Oraelo (for.Droams, Fortunes, J, . If?'; postcdv 1/7. -This is a most amusing boolt) . 11 ftYtrof mysteries. : ;'TWO NEW GAMES. ? Population-' and Nationalities (vory Instruetivo tot, ; ' children), l/- enbh'; posted, 1/3. , Also fresh supply- of Ludo,: Chess, Draughts an , Dominos, .PARIS PANEL. Photo Frames, 1/0. ? BASKETS'in Great Variety. SATCHELL'S : BOOK, STATIONERY and MUSIC DMUAi WELLINGTON.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

v„ v, * co-operation. [By Mb. Joun Ibtino.] Tho principlo of oo-oporation is ono maoparablo from oivilisod life. It is tho land mark, unmiatak ablo lino of domarkation botwcen oivilisod man and lavage, ond n principle whioh operates, whether tho operators aro awaro of its oxiatenoo or not. TliO united offorta of farmers, manufacturers, bakors, butchors, clothiors, magistrates, police, and othera, prOVlaO, OS WUU U3 rau uu iijuuukuu, iuuu, immtui.1 roliof for sickness, and protection for all. Yot oacli individual docs not adopt any of those callings for the purposo of assisting in the great work, of which ' bis is only a department. Each individual devotes bis timo and his thoughts to his own particular calling, vory ofton hccdloss and unconsoious that ho is aotually working conjointly with othors in pro tiding for mankind tho various requirements which tend to make civilized lifo what is requisite and desirable to tho wollboing of tho various partici pants. Somo thinkers assert that...

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A DARING ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

A' DARING ROBBERY. ? Tho houso ot' Uughey Douglas, a miner, employod at tho Mitoholl's Oroek Mino, was visitod by burglars ono night y lust weok, and the sutn of £51 stolon. The act soomed one of : a professional, burglar. ' ; Why Mr. Hughes lujd'suoh a largo sum of morioy in ^ach iv carolcos place, is acoountod for by tho faet that ho was going to town the next day for u vohiole thot ho was having built, and alsv, I undorstaud, to pay some money in connection will, a land transaction. Lor tho abovB object ho nC the above amount m a work-box on tho dre33SL tablo in Ins bedroom. The houso consists of thZ rooms: It appears that Mr. Hughes had a Bmall oponing in the wall noar his back door for tbo nur poso of putting in his hand to opon tho door wl,™ coming homo at night when on uftcrnoon shift, instead of haying to call his wife to open tho door and by tho latter moans they gained admis«ion Last week Mr. Hughes was on the day shift' and ho and his wifo stayed up rather lato on tho nic...

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

CQLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT! The purest Euioalypte on earth. Lord Carrington'a friend in Influenza, Tho world a remedy for chest complaints, .aho oold euro of Ularl Jersey's, But uoto woll Eucalypte, not liuculypti. Ladies' Drapery Establishment. MRS. J. CONNELLY (LATE OF THE ROYAL), BEGS to inform the public that ehe haB secured the services of a 17I11ST-C.LA.SS. MILLINER, and that all orders entrusted to her will be executed iu a Competantl. manner. Her -v nsrEiw stock: 0.E1 s^^xisra- o-oo is now in, including MUSLTNS, SILKS, TRIMMINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS, and LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HATS, &c., &c. EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. Sydney Wool Market. Tbe Principal WOOL. CENTRE iu Australasia. Total Sales in Australasia for last Seasou, 888,794 Bales, of which Bales were sold in Sydney, _ The. great popularity of the Sydney Sales ia clearly evidenced by the rapid ? increase in the quaDtity of wool dealt with, the number of Bales Bold in ...

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Warne. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Warne. (From our own correspondent.) A lawn tennis court is being prcparod horo. Tho' material has already been purchased, so ere long wo will be able to pnjoy that healthy out-door game. Sickness among tho childron is provalont here, many suffering from whooping cough and bronohitiB.

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

PALING H 00s ' *' ft- ? ? ? are Sole Agents in New kouth. Wales and . .. Queensland for ' ? Band &. Orchestral , Instruments. / By BOOSEY and CO., IiONDON { ?' By- BESSON and, .CO., .London;. ???,,?' „ By COUESNON and . CO., . Paris, ! ? ? , .. ff' ? PALING & 6©. have the Largest and Best Stock of Willi!, String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia, LOWEST prices, easy terms, write for catalogues. n P Violins, Flutes; ??/ ? 1 Accordeons, v. 1 i Guitars, | | Banjos, . . Mandolins? I 8 Auto-Harps, aaiij: /. ^ i g Mouth Organs. . Strings for every V;' / Instrument. PIAN0S 'y aU tho ? : Is Leading Makers. STEINWAY, BRIN-SMEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, &c. ORGANS by ESTEY and CO. from S7, W* H. Paling St -£o., . LIMITED, ? SYDNEY. ! To Farmers and Producers. ? — ? ? ? ? k X\T 1-8' IS-i^T T . who has carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION * , *'.r' — — B-J a J:8 Jf BUSINESS nest Mr. Clifford's, begs to announce to i urlmEmJlr that he has' been l-oquested by many of...

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Lower Mookerawa. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Lower Mookerawa. (From our own corrospondont) Things aro looking well here, plenty of grass plonty of lambs, tho prico of wool rising, and plonty of work for ovoryono gives a radiant smilo to every ono you meet. Mr. P. Marniug and his family, who aro old pioneers in this district, are doing thoir utmost to promoto tho gold mining industry. Thoy make ovory one woicome wuo comos to soo tlio now dredgo at work. Thoro can bo no doubt that mainly through this family's kindness to all visitors that they will bo tho means, indirectly porhape, of establishing scvoral dredges on tho Macquario River. Mr. Marning will commonce shearing in about a month, whon he intends introducing G,000 sheep to tho shears, and what with a good lambing season, and the expectation of a big price for his wool, one must congratulate him on his success in lifo. . Wo could not but notico tho other day whon a breakdown occurrod at tho dredgo, tho anxioty dis played by tho managor and his men to got hor working again...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

, THE STORYTELLER. I r; A SlTTEE PENITENCE. CHAPTER XII.— (Continued.) ' . Norau Cashel, pleading a headacbe, did not go down to dinner lhat ovening ; and, as libr tenjpicB tbrobbed agonisingly, Bhe was glad to go to bed early, acd to forget all her troubles in a sound sleep. But, although she dreamed of Casllo Kilchenora in flames, of Cast lc Kilchenora engulfed in tbe 6ea and involved in half a dozen other catastrop hep, and through it all was oppressed with r. miserable sense of helpleesnes?, she did not sleep so soundly but that, when- a cold hand touched her cheek, she awoke in an instant and started up wide-eyed, to see Una standing beside her bed, her gQlden ? ' hair streaming loosely about her shoulders. ' She's dying, Norah !' Una' whispered hoarsely in her enr. 'She's dyiDg — my Molly 1 I can see death in her face — my baby ! Oh, come with me— come to JierJ,^ Shei called for you J Come !' CHAPTER XI II. - ; , . Norah neTer knew how she collected hor Beared wits and roused ...

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Bodangora. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Bodaugora. (From our own correspondontj PROGRESS COMMITTEE. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of tho Progress Oommittoe was .hold at Mr. W. Sullivan's oh Tues day evening. Thoro wcro present — tho Chairman (Mr. W. Smith, jr.), Mr. W. Smith, son., secrotary, Dr. Rygato, Messrs. King, Coffoy, O'Slioa, Rolt, McDonnell, Foley and W. Sullivan. The minutes of the previous mooting wero read and conurmcd, atter winch tho socrotary^rcad cor respondence from tho following : — .' From the Department of Public Works, iti answor to tho secretary's letter re draining road . near Mr. ?Sullivan's proporty near Lincoln. From Police Staticn, Wellington, advising that Sergeant Chiplin would visit Bodangoru re tho sani tary conditions, and asking that tho Progioss Com mittee would moet him and assist him in. tho matter. From. tho Department of Lauds, advising that tlio clergy of the various denominations would appoint trustoos for the new comotery. . From tho Department of Lands ro reserve near Comobellu f...

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Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Yeoval. (From our own correspondent.) A very onjoyablo danco took placo at Mr. Tlios Miles', public school toachcr's rosidenco, on Friday whon about six or.soven c'ouplos put in an appoar ance. Dancing oommonccd at eight o'clock, and continued for about two hours, when evoryono left for thoir home well satisfied with their ovoning's amuscmont, Splondid music was supplied by Mr. M. Nowton, piano, mouth-organ and, tinwhistlo ; Mr. Agustus Newton acted as M.C. I will now do i my host to deseribo tho ladies' dressos : — Mrs. Miles wore a vory becoming dross of black lustro, Miss R, ' Gibson black and buttorcup, Miss Barr blaok skirt and croam blouse, Miss N. Gibson woro olaret; othei'5 too numerous to mention. ' '

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The Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Tlie Municipal Council. I Tho Municipal Council held a special meeting on Tuesday night 'to consider applications for the position of Council Clerk, lcnderoJ vacant by the resignation of Mr. D. J. B reezi!. Thoro were present : ThoMayor (Alderman u. x. unuui-u;, in duo onnir, ana Aldermen Quirk, Bassctt, Poolo, Siggins, Kerr, Con nor, and Flanagan, the only absentco being Alderman F. H. Kennard, who had not re turned from Sydney. Ahlerman Bassott moved, aud Aldorman Siggins seconded, that tho question of appointing a Council Clerk be gone on with first, and that tho accounts bo dealt with after.— Carried. An amendment that tho applications stand over till tho return of Alderman Konnard, which was moved by Aldorman Kerr, and seconded by Aldorman Flanagan, was de feated. Mr. Breeao then read tho applications, which were as follows : — Fred A. Ellis, Sydney T. A. James, Sydney E. H. Tarlington, BMinuin J. H. Madden, Sydnoy . Hector Wearne, Hurstvillo Chas. M. Reeves, Orange Edward Lync...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday, 3. p.m. Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Telegraphic News (From our own Correspondent ) Sydney, Thursday, 3. p.m. Weather Forecast. Wragge forecasts heavy masses of clouds and local rains especially'over theNorth-Eas under monsoonal conditions, winds very variable, an,d North-Easterly,, prevailing North from Sydnoy. Rain is report ed- from many Coastal districts, and places i n land. ? ' ; . Provisions tor the Transvaal. Extensive shipments of preserved meat and compressed fodder are leaving Mel bourne for South Africa. ?' ? The New Government. Speaking at Tumberumba last night the Premier stated, that the Labor Party had promised to give him a fair trial. Refoning to the proposed increased expenditure, on roadf, Mr. Lyne said that tho money spent in that direction would be made up by economy in .cither departments. Ha was in favor of oxtending ihe franchise to women. The Bnrrowa Seat. A sharp oontcst is expected at Burrowa between Colonel Waddtll (Ministerial) and Mr. Nielsen (Labor). The Canlfield Cup. . Lo Vat was this ...

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DISTRICT NEWS Stuart Town. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

DISTRICT NEWSl ? ? © ? ? Stuart Town. (Frc^pi our oirn correspondent.) The prosont aspcotof affaira concerning tho rocont oaso df robbery undor arms affords good grounds for hoping tho lawless unworthios will bo made to answer in duo timo for thoir oxploit. Hcnco a sonso of satisfaction is folt by residents gonorally Hint- nnno wlin nrn inhnnnnf- t»;il tin i-l./. .i of ovil sufpioio^, as might be in tho case of a failure to capl.uro tho culprits. About twolvo hours aftor tho ovont a man was arrestod in Orange with tho gold takon from the Chinaman in his possession. I am informed that it can bo identified. Inspector Camoron and his officers aro entitlodto congratula tion on tho, so far, hopeful rosults of their offorts to show that tho 'aw as to mino and tliino cannot bo transgrossod with impunity. Tho work of the trackors in this caso was a splondid demonstration of tho valuo of their sorrieos in tho pursuit of crim inals. Long may thoir race live ! Mr. Dean, contractor for tho new ...

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Wellington Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. (Before Messrs. J. Aarons and R. Porter J.sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

( Wellington Police Court. Tuesday, Ski'tembbu 26. (Bofore Mosirs. J. Aarons and R. Portor J.sP.) Alary Campbell was cliargod with boing drunk in Maughan-s.troet'oii the 25th instant.- v ? Constable Brosnan said lie had found .uccus'od in Maughan-street vory drunk, aud slio was' using ' in sulting language. Accused told tho Bench that if thoy let her off this time she would take the pledge and never como hnfnrn them again. She was found guilty and fined 10s or imprison ment for 24 hours. . AN ADJOUENED CASE. Ellen Inwood, charged with attempting, to do away with lier infant child, was committed for trial at tho next Quarter Sessions, to bo held on Novem ber 3rd. Bail was allowed as befor'o. . Mr. Bussott appeared for accused. A BROKEN MIliKOH. Arthur Jurrott was chargcd with iiijuriBg a mirror, valued at £5, the property qf James Connor of the Grand Central Hotel. In uuswor to the usual question accused plcudcd guilty. Constablo Brosnan deposed that on tho 2oth inst ant, he went to ...

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Sluicing at Surface Point. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Sluicing at Surface Point. Ono of the most completo sluicing plants iu tho colony has been established at Sur face Point, situated at tho junctiou of Triamblo Creok and tho Macquario River, owned by Messrs. Robert Stuart, T. P. Morrison and others. Mr. Robert Stuart being manager. Tho plant consists of a 25 horse-power ongino to which is attached a Blake pump which raises 10,000 gallons ppr hour to a draw 100ft. above the river\ This is in charge of Mr. George Morrison jun. Tho face of tho claim is 231 1 to 30ft., and after being loosened by blasting powder is washed down by a powerful hose (wator being supplied from the dam) into the sluico boxes, tho saving part of which are 100ft. in lenerth. ^ Those sluice boxes aro fitted with oalico at tlio bottom, with cocoanut matting overlying, on top of which is placed expanded metal Ihere is a space of one inch between tho expanded metal and a perforated plate which is punched threo-oighths of an inch, aud^ ly inch from centre to centre, ...

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Dredging on the Macquarie River. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Dredging on the Macquarle Klver. Tho dredgo owned by Mr. C. L. Garland, nnd the first one to bo erected in Now South Walos,is working at tho point whoro the Mookorawa Crcok junctions with the Macqunrie, and whoro good gold was obtained by Chinamen somo seven years ago. Thoy bad to abandon thoir claim on account of not being able to contend with tho floods. To give some idea of the dredge to those who havo not seen it, it is necessary to describe it as something after the stylo of those used in Sydney Harbour, but of courso contaius much moro expensive machinery. Tho apparatus is 98 feet lonr, 31 feet in width aft, aud 27 feet forward, with a depth of 6 feet 6 inches, and built by Messrs. T. & F. Morrison, of Pyrmont, from a design by Mr. J. W. H. Piper, consulting enginoer for Messrs. Cutten of Dunedin. It is built of hardwood, with planking of Orogan pine. The boiler has a capacity of 20 horse-power. Tho engine that works the buckets, screen pump, and elevator iH of 16 hors...

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"G" Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

' 'G'- Rifle Club. Since the reorganization of this club members appear to bo hiking a keoaer inter est in ils welfare, as evidenced by tho number of shooters to bo seen at the range when practiso days como round. On Sat urday last, nswill be seen from tho scores beluw. some remarkablv nnnfl shontinu wur done, and as the -lads now express general appreciation of I he new- rifle, wo shortly ex pect to- see the possible reached by. many, even at 600 yards, — no easy task. A match with Dubbo or Orange may be nrrnngod, with either of -which wo should mnl™ n «n'0n,oUlA ?uuuu o. U.IUIUUIU Oliunillg. Principal scores, 8 shots at. 600, exclusive of handicap:— Pvt MoKtnloy 37, Sorgt Wells 30, Pvfc Joyoe 35, Pvfc Atkinson 35, Bugler Wolls 30. ? ? ? ? On Wodnosday week the mavviage was onlpl.i'nfftrl TVr»» .Tfimnp - ? ..j » V/T wwmuo 1 » IU uuijfj OUU Ut 1U.I. J. Whiloly, and Miss Etbol Wood, daughter of Mr. Wood, of Qeurie. The wedding ceremony was conducted by tho Rov. R. Barry Brown The new...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Cricket. Tho annual mooting of the Fodoral 0.0. was bold at Mr. J. Poolo's Exchango Hoto' on Friday, the 22nd inst., when the following ofllcors wero elected : Patron, Mr. John HayneB, M.LA. ; president, Mr. L. ]N. Hyoronimus ; vice-prcBidontr, Messrs. 3. Poolo and J. Shotliff; secretary, W. Nisbetj treasurer, I W. Gardinor; selection committee, G. Poole, A. Poole, R. Gardinor and W. NiBbot. It was decided that application be made to tho Show Committee for pormisaion to form a wicket on the Show Ground. BODANGORA v. DICKERTON. A very pleasant game of crickot was playod at . Bodangora on Sunday betwoon tho abovementionod teams, and resulted in an easy win for Bodangora by an innings and 107 runs. Following are the scores BoDANGOiti — First Innings. A. Davis, b E Smith ... ... 0 W. Shuttloworth, c F. Kblly, b W. Found ... 97 W. Cooney, c W. Cox, b J. McCormick ... 26 T. Smith, c T. Pounds, b F. Kolly ... ... 45 T. Howell, l.b.w. b A. Kolly ... ... 11 W. Angwin, o J. McCormick, b E. Sm...

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Stuart Town Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

Stuart Town Police Court. William Filzsimmona wae charged to-dny, Soptom bor 28 tli, at tlio Stuart Town Police Court in that ho boing armed and in company witli another near Stuart Town did rob a Chinaman naraod Ah Cliong (trading as Hop War), a atorokoopor at Mookorawa, of about 36 dwt. of gold nnd 4 /? in flilvor. Sub-Inspootor Cameron, of Dubbo, prosccutod on behalf of tho police. Mr. Byan, of Dubbo, defondod tlio accusoa. ' l'lio ovideneo of J. E. Crick was first takon, ho said : — I am a storekeeper and havo oxporionco in buying gold ; saw gold produced last Tuosrfuy ; thoro is a difforoneo in tho gold found in t.ho diffor ODt oreoks round Stuart Town ; tlio gold produced I should say came from tho Mookorawa. By Mr. Byan : Will you swear to the gold ? — As fur as my general knowledgo goes, it is not Stunoy Creok gold, but I will not swear. Win. Arthur Ed wards, miner of Burrendong, who was working at tho Mookorawa last Saturday wook, doposed : I know a Chinaman named Cohen ; s...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 28 September 1899

GENERAL ITEMS. .Leo Xll. ia the 258th Popo. The Opera House in Paris covers nearly three acres of ground. ' The annual drink bill of the world exceeds £1,000,000,000. The public buildings of England ara valued at £240,000,000. Hftnifnl nuninlimorif in ? ? ? £ ? .4. «*naoauuUBetta will hereafter be by the electric chair The Prince of Wales is said to be . insured for £220,000. Both Mary Queen of Scots and George III. were buried at midnight. London spends over one million pounds annually on funerals. One-fifteenth of the inhabitants of Spain are nobles. In the United States only one mur derer in fifty is condemned to death. Spain possesses fewer daily papers than any other European country. Queen Viotoria has not worn her crown more than twenty times during the whole-of her long reign. Denmark has no mountains, strictly speaking. The loftiest hill is only 535 feet high. J Queen Viotoria, though slightly under five feet in height, is close upon twelve ?tone. ^ Cashmere shawls are made...

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