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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 9 October 1899

THE STORYTELLER, A BITTER PENITENCE. CllM'TMi XIII. — (Gntinucd.) ' X beg ycur pardon, she said. 'I — I — am not often so foolish ! Bat I am tired and nervous, and Doctor Driscoll lias been lolling me ? ! She broke off, unable to fin , ibL the ecnteuco. 'You aro mere than tired,' he said — ' jou are worn out. You take no sleep and give yourself no rest. I should say that we werelfcttingyoudo too much if I did notlcnow that you would rather have your own way.' Then bo added in a different tone, ' What has Driscoll been tolling you ?' ' That little Molly is dying,' said Norah in a choked voice. ' He says that it is hardly possible for her to live — ste will be gone by this time to-morrow.' ' He told me the same. Poor child — poor little thiDg !' ' It ia dreadful !' said the girl huskily. ' Such a baby — sucb a little, pretty, lov ing thing ! It seems unnatural, somehow, that she Bhould die po young — cruel !' 1 Don't say that, ' said Redmond very gently. ' In his eager desire to sooth...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 9 October 1899

For Sale. KA SECOND-HAND CHAFF Ov » BAGS for sale. Apply T.' H. ,YORK & CO. Lost. LOST, Between the PROTESTANT HALL and GLENROCK, SMALL GOLD CHAIN With Heart Pendant containing PearlB. Apply ? C. D. S. MARTIN, - ' ' Commercial Bank. Lost. . LOST, ubbut 13 milos from Wellington, on the . Parkes Bond, a very DABK CHESNUT MARE, about. 15.2, brand . B over a bar. Reward 10s, on return to DR. BLUETT, Wellington. WAR, A LL MEMBERS of G. COMPANY are requested' J\- tj attend a Meeting at the DRILL HALL on THURSDAY NEXT, 12th Instant, at 8 p.m., with a view of submitting names of thoBe* willing to volunteer for active servico in South Africa. CHAS. H. BABTON, Hon. Major. Municipal District of Wellington. A LL HOUSEHOLDERS USIN# or INTEND J\- ING to USE tho PAN SYSTEM are requested to leave tbeir names with the undersigned without dolay, in order that arrangements may be made for a Uniform System of attonding to such Pans. W. GABDNER, Council Clerk. Wellington Pastoral and Agricultura...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p.m. Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 9 October 1899

Telegraphic News (From oaiti own Correspondent ) . .. SxDNBr, Monday, 3 p.m. . . - Market Prices. ' Wheat, 2s:10jTl'to 3sy chick wheats 2s 6d to 28-7-l'iJ ijl6'u-,i£C lOsSto £7.; maize, 2s 9d ; chaff j £3 toAfiS' lOs^ lucerne; £2 10s to £3 10s ; oaten hay, £2 Ios to £4 10s. * — ? ? The Weather. Russoll's forecast is light variable :wip^s iiilanol^ 'frdsh north-east winds on the coast, generally fino^. Cardinal Uoran. At the Globo yesterday Cardinal Morau said the religious indifferentism of the Protestant denomina; tions had 'been produced-,,, by secular oducationv Having given up their religious Schools, Protestants could not expect anything elso but empty benches at. church services, whjoh they now lament. Tlie Cardinal's advice. to- thoso who want toi go' and shoot tho Boers' is to stay at home. ?Plot to Bob Gold- Escort. It has been reported to the police that a plot, was,: nrranged.b-y some persons in' Pentridgo to yob tlio Bethangd' gold escort. Precautions have been taken ;? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 9 October 1899

PALING & CO. ' are Sole Agents in New South Wales and Queensland lor - - Band & Orchestral *r'atnirxn»nffit ^ - By BOOSIiY and CO., London; . / , By BRSSON and CO., London; ? ,, ' By COUESNON and CO. , , Paris, . PALING. & 60. have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, ? String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia. LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. ' 1 ? JffESi&Ski B Banjos, Mandoline^ ? PIANOS by all the _ ' - © Leading Makers.- » STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, &c. ' ORGANS by ESTEY and GO. from £7. W. H. Paling & ©o.t ' limited, SYDNEY. To Farmers and Producers. WP ^/rTTr^STr'T T -w,'0 liaa carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION. VyJLLXUJuJiJj BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, begs to announco to f?°ncrul public that lie has been requested by many of his old patrons, as well ae new ones, to establish a WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET, Hitherto tho request was made, but tbo want of proper accommodation prevented his carr...

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"The Norman McLeod" [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 9 October 1899

"The Norman McLeod."       Two gentlemen who believe thoroughly in the potentialities of the district of Wellington, are   Messrs. Siggins and Offner. Those enterprising gentlemen have recently imported at very consider- able exponse a new and up-to-date chaff-cutter, with which they purpose carrying on business during the season. The purchase was effected through Messrs. Quirk, McLeod and Co. Mr. McLeod took great interest in the matter, and in deciding on the   nomenclature of the machine, Messrs. Siggins and Offner paid that gentleman a well-deserved compli- ment. It may be mentioned as a matter of interest that Mr. McLeod has recently become the proud   father of a fine boy, who has been "christened" Nor-   man. This suggested a happy thought to Messrs. Siggins and Offner, and on Saturday morning an in- teresting little ceremony was witnessed, whan several gentlemen met at the railway stat...

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Subscription for Mrs Heath. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Subscription for ^Irs. Heath. The collectors (MY*. Greig, Mias ohnw, mid Mr. Saunclcr?) heg to return t'liunka to the' following for subscripti us on behalf Sf Mrs Iloajli, who was suffering fiom thopsj, aud has been sent to Sydney for a change :— J. P. Clifford 2s (id, C. 1I.: Burton 2s (irl, J. T P. Basset t 2s C.I, A. B Gago, 2s, J. II. Orbcll 2*. Gd, friend U, friend Is, friend 2t, .J.- Hay ties 2s Cd, friend Is, frk-nd Is, Mrs. Kecnun 2s, friond Is,. A. If. Ferguson 3s, T. il. Shaw 2s Cdj friend Is, Antoni Poole 4-; W. Simuis 5s, frjend 6d, M Bcmbrick 2s, friend Is, J. Ilayncs 2s, T. Whulobono 2s 6J, C. Luuor 2j, «*. B. Broun Is, friend 2s,' M. Murrell Is, T. H. York 2s Cd, G. B. Brown senr., 2s, T. Theobald 23, H. C. Cnry 2s, liobert Tait, sonr. 2s, J. Uughes Is, friend 1*', J. T. Kcudy 2s 6d, E. Fletcher 5a, A. B. Wilson 2s fld, friend Is t!d, T. Cushmnn 2s, friend 2s Gd, G. Evans 2s GJ, Mrs. J. Chiplin 2s Gil, friend 2s Gd, A Chrystia2iCJ, A. G. Chiplin 2s GJ, A. H. Greig 6s...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Political. The Piomier has entered into communication with tbe Premiers of the other ctlonio?, with a view to making a joint representation to tho Ilonie Government for the Coaunonwoalth Bill to bo deu.lt with ut tho spcciul session of Die Imperial 1'iirliu mont, which has been called for the I7lh instant, in connection with tho Transrnul crisis. Tlio. replica which so fur havo been received arc- all favorable It has been decided by tlio 'Qovcrmnont to hn'vo Iho colony divided into electoral didtricl* for the purposes o£ voting in connection with tho return of members to the popular llouso . of. tho Federal-. Piiiliament. It wprobulile that .three commissioners; will be appointed to ?deal with Iho matter, un.l a short bill will bo introcluccil into Parliament' in' order that the - necessary authority for takinp tliis step may be obtained. Unless some, aylion of this naturo is adaptor! without delay the inombors-of. tho Loworllotiso in the (irst Federal Parliament will have to be cho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Wanted. QUART GIRL, Assist House Work. Apply at KI5 once. , MRS, M1DDLETON, Girsboine Stroet. Wanted, WANTED, PARTNER by FIRST-CLASS EXPERT BEEKEEPER to Start a Bee Farm. Advertiser served three years' apprentice' ship, and passed examination* with first-class ehuruetor as Expert in Boo Culture. Apply W. MOLLKU, C/o. A. Hickoy, Warne-street, Wellington. To Builders. r|^ENDr.RS aro invited for ERECTION of NEW j X GRANDSTAND for tho P. und A. SOCIETY, ?WELLING/ION, for Plumr and Specification apply to the umlorsigned. Sealed und cudoraed tondera to be lodged with the Architect, or Soo/otury, on or beforo OCTOBER 30th ut G p.m. G. L. GRANT, A.rcluteor, ' B.hur AthoV Wellington. Lost. LOST on Monday, 9th Instant, on tho bau,k; 0,1 Boll Kiyer, opposite Counor'a. Ho,tpl, a NEW DOUBLE TRUSS.-1 Apply - ' 7 ? 'POL.fC® STATtCXN ov.TUIS QFFIQK. FREE TO THE SICK ^g|d|| Royal Hotel, Wellington V Bjffll^^^Sl Free Treatment I - 1 ^^^Wh Free Treatment I ll^^p^gj FEW DAYS ONLY. -'IJ-tSS^^SBBP BY spe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Now jewellery ovory week — in pretty and serviceable designs at lowest possible prices ? nold broocbos from bix shillings at J W. Marshall's in Percy-street.* Fancy' tapestry and plush suites of sovon pieces for £4 19s— a whole room furnished at Shakespeare's. I

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Cricket BODANGORA V. BURRELL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Cricket BODANGOBA V. Br/BRFH. CKEBK. On Sunday tho JJoaangora uncketers journoyea to Burroll Crcok, whoro they met and defeated tho local team by an innings und 10 runs. Fol'owing aro tho scores : — ?? BcKRELii Cbbek.— First Innings. A.Kelly, bT. Smith ? 0 P. Colreavy, b C, Roberts ... ..'. ... 0 Q-. Collins,' run out ... ... ... ' W. BloomOeld, b T. Smith .. ... ... 0 F. Kollv, b C. Koborts ... ' ... ' ... - 4 E. Smith, l.b w. T. Smith -... ,.,.-.. . ^ ... 0 T. Cox, b. 0. Koborts ... ,. .t. - '... 3 L. Kolly, b. T. Smith ;.. * Hf.v ' ' ... 5 T. Quain, b C. Kobeils ? - ... ° W. Quain, not out , . ... '-'1 .7. ... ' 0 H. Smith, b T. Smith ... ^ ... ^ ... 0 ? Sundries ... - * ? * ... 9 Totul ..'. '... -...?* ? ... 23 Bodakooka.— First Innings. A. C. Davis, b H. Smith ... - .'..? t ' ... 10 W. Keilly, b U. Cmith ? - ? ? 23 W. Shuttlovioilh, c W. Quuin, b T. Qunia , ... 14 T. Smith, b T. Quain ... ] ^ ... ... 13 How ell, run out ... ... '~ ... ^ ... -8 N. Cooney c F. Kelly, b H. Smith ....

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Preacher. REV. ISAAC BUGG.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

! ? 13apfciet Church, Bodancorn. ^; i- ' '. ?' (Preaclior. Bev. Isaac Buaa.) -.' r— .?.October 15th— Uodaiigora, Ham: Geurio, 3i-in ; Maryialo, ?'. ':'. ?:?.-?? 7.80pm. -.. .' '-?:?? .,. *:, ??.??'?' Ootolior 22nd— Ponto, 3 pm: Geurio, 7.30 pm,~ ' y. iti-^Gotobor 20th— Bodnngora, 7.30 pm. ? ? ' ~, .'.'.-

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Veoval. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Veoval. (From our own correspondent.) Our cricket team opened tho season on Saturday, last with a half day's match against. Bourncwood and sustainod a defeat by seven wickets. This, how ever, was largely duo to tho inexperience of tho Y'coval boys upon tho mat, having done all thoir practice oh the chipped wicket. Yeoval won tho toas. and sent tho local team to tho wickets, and at lUn p.rtmmnnppinnnfr. nf M\n namft thinffA did not look too promising, for tbo bowling of A. WeBt and J. Miller was very effective and sovoral wickets fell for a few runs. Iloweycr the lust mon made a better stand, and the innings closod with 76. Mr. A. Morris, tho old veteran, played a good game, ac companied with whips of luck, and topped tho scoro with 28. Yeoval wore all disposed ot for 32. Aftor this light refreshments of excellent quality and very invigorating wero handed round by tho ladies. Tho visitors then had a follow on, and ran tho score to 90, leaving Buurnowood 15 to win. In tho second innin...

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Wesley an Church. ;::v . (Rev. G. W. Fijbnbb.) : : r October IStU— Wellington, 11 am.— Mr. H. Etuoriugton. ,;'Vi ... ;Noiiroa, 11 am: Cuvra Creek, 3 pm: Wellington. 7.80 -?*'''.? ' j- m.— Bov. G. W, Furncr. Bodaugorn, 7.30 pm.— Mr. ? -v' -G.Chuppell. ' v.:Ootobor22ud— Wellington, 11 am: Budnugorn, 8 and 7.30 ? ; :???.? ' j; m.— Bov. G. W. Jfuruer. Wellmgtou, 7.30 p m.— Mr. *'? £? Oetobor 29th-l'-oss' (Spicor's Crook), 3 pm; Wellington; ; ' 7.30 pm.— Bov. G. W. 1'urner. Wellington, 11 am: *.????-.' Bodajigora, 3pui.— Mr. G. Clinppell.

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Suntop. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Sunlop. (From our own correspondent ) A son of Mr. G. Anderson's mot with ruthor a ' Bovoro aecident on Friday morning on his way to '? tho Arthurvillo Public School. It appears thut young Anderson and two other boys, who havp four miles to go to the school, wero nding tho ono horse which brought them in contact with a troo. The twofonnor boys, seeing tho daugor, averted it, but the vouncer lad. boim? behind and not soeinff any danger, run into tho tree, lie uab badly bruised about tho head and fucp and ' rendered unconscious for Bomo lime, llo was promptly takon to a doctor in Wellington, andby lateet roport is''doing well. , Asonof Mr. H. Blackburn's, of Aithurvillo, had his arm broken about throo weeks ago ; I am ploasod ? to say ho is now on tho moud. Shearing is iu full Bwing, all ehoop n titling . good fleeces. Somo small clips havo U»« =uld in tho lopal niarkote ut a vory fair prioo. Tho whoat crops are looking well, and with a continuance of this favourable season, wo should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

^ To our Subscribers. V j®0 Any subscriber not receiving the paper .;.' regularly wiU greatly oblige us by seuding Jl ;;.;;iaofcice at once. . ,.

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Bodangora. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Bodangora. (Fiom our own correspondent.) The ''usual fortnightly meeting of the Progress .Committee,' which was to tako place ut Mr. W. '?' 8ullivan's on Tuesday night, tfie 10th instant, had to be postponed through the unavoidable absenco of tbe chairman, Mr. W. Smith, junr., who had very important business to bring forward, of which ho had given notice at tho provious mooting. Tho Committee decided to hold a special meeting on dealing with the public crushing battery and other important business will be dealt with. The public aroinvited to attend. While Mr. G. Wall, of Euymondville, was in : Wellington last Saturday night, he loft his horse attached to a Bulky standing at Mr. Q-. Gibb's residonco, which is a short distanco f rom tho town. When returning from town ho met a man driving his horse and sulky ; ho asked tho intruder what he. was doing with Ida proporty. The man saM the turnout belonged to him, but on further questioning he said that he hud soen Mr. Wull in town and was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

T30PULAB WEEKLY MAGAZINES ? L FOR THE HOME. , Woman's Lifo ~) - ?- * Homo Life _ j Home Notes ' 1 ' ' Home Magazino itf pOr copy. ^ Homo Chat 5 Our Homo . s YouDg Ladies' Journal (wookly part) J ?in SDB3ORIPTION (in ud\anco), delivered m m 1/0 per quartor ; posted 2/G per quarter, SA MPLE COPIES postod to any address on rc«'P ( of 2d stamp. ? SATOHELL'S I ; BOOK,' STATIONERY and MUSIC DEPOI, | W^LLINaXON. I

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DISTRICT NEWS Neurea. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

BIST-KICT NEWS Neurea. .'..'????.'? ; (Froiu our own correspondent.) ?'? On Mday nigUt last o. very enjoyablo danco was held :at Mrs. Boll's residence, in aid of tlio local Cricket Club. A great crowd was expected, but tho heavy rain wliich commenced to fall in.tho ovon ing, mado Use affair a partial failure But tho nigh) having turned out a little moro favorabjo, about 20 couples put in an appearance, including somo visitors from Wellington. At about midnight tho company adjourned to tho auppor-room, whero a ? ' BumptuouB spread wes partaken of. Tho catering was ontrusted to Mrs. Boll, who hod supplied a sup por for about GO couples. The table and decorations looked vory handaomo. After full justice. hud boon done to the good tilings provided, dancing was con tinued and kept going until morning, when every one felt fully satisfied with tho night they had spent. . I noticed some very nico costumes wore worn by tho ladies present. I also noticed that soruo of .tho young men presont d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

NOTICE. Mp.'E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, HAS 11EDUCED ALL DENTAL PEES, thereby enabling intending pntients of limited means to -havo llieir tetih nt- ' tended to in ?Wellington, instead of going to Sydney. A written GUARANTEE given if desired. From Sept. i to Nov. i (only) Extractions Is. Specialist in GOLD FILLINGS, AMAL GAM FILLINGS, ARTIFICIAL TEETH, E. P. SOLOMON, (Member of the Dontal Association). CLUB HOTEL, WELLINGTON PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. Hours : 9.3 D a.m. to 6.30 p.m. daily. CONSULTATION p;REE. THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quarter in advance Booked, 6/-. . ? ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, and 1/C for. each succeeding inch per insertion up to a column o'f space and to ten inBorlions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise ment; however small, less than 2/G cash, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or paper to bo in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed on the shortest notice at...

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THE TRANSVAAL WAR The Boor Ultimatum. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

THE TRANSVAAL war The Bo.r Ultimatum. j _ . . London, Wodnosdnu Renters correspondent reports from tho Transvaal that tho Boers have just despatch' ed an Ultimatum to Great Bntian in rofor enco to tho maaBing of troops. The follow, ing is the text : — Mr. Reitz, tho Tranavnnl Kn,w ? » State, in a telegram to Sir Alfred Milnor datod 9th instant, declared that theprcsouco of so great a number of British troopBon tho frontier was a mouaco to tho indopond enco of tho Transvaal, and, to ond a condition whiob was intolerable, ho requests tho instant withdrawal of tho British troops fiom the borders, (he removal from Sonth Africa of all tho reinforcemonts that havo arrived sinco June 1st, and thatnono of the British troopa afloat and bound for South Africa shall bo landed. Tho Tranavaal Government will guaran tee that tho Boora will not attack the Britiah positions during tho timo that tho negotiations are proceeding. I Promises aro made that tho Transvaal I will withdraw tho burghers from...

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