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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 October 1899

Local Jottings. Your sight tested and the beat spectacles supplied, for every defect of the eyes, difficult caseB a speciality. J. W. Marshall, practical optician, Percy-street.* ? The ch iff-cutter, recently purchased by Messrs Siggins and Offuer, was drawn 11IIU.U^U UI1O I.U »T LI IJJf UI'jD .LrLUUUlUll CIl^lUU, winch is to work the machine, on Tuesday morning, and created quite a little sensation in its way. ? ??. N . - . Impohted cigarettes can now . be bouglit for 4d per packet of 10. -, Tho Brand is WitDS celebrated CAi?STAN.'*:':'- ' '-.? .. \ '; Tho first' liallbf Messrs IV ise, and Oo's mngnificent .new- premises is i .tipw almost completed..,. Daring, tho. last. few days the employees have' been- busy conveying the immense stock from Hie old building, which iu turn will shortly bo pulled down. At the rate theGrgt.portiou of the building has been completed,' tho whole structure should be standing as an ornament to tho town, and monumont to private enterprise, in a veryjBhor...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

? THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE, CHAPTER XIV.— (Continued.) Norah stood looliing about her in bewilder ment, for, witli an inarticulate explanation, ltedmond dashed across to the Bide door, tore it open, and, hatless, rushed out into j ; ? the driving rain and wind. j ' CHAPTER XV. Tbe hours of the night woro away ; the niuriu, uyiug in low muutMDga ana rumoi - ingp, had ceased at last. Tbo faint pale light of the wintry morning . crept up the skjr, dispersing the black night shadows ; which had brooded over Castle Kilelienora, and, at length growing Btroug and bright, routed the grim shadea altogether. Butthe daylight did not find the old house as usual silent aud tranquil7~ slumbering still. All ? eight there had been moving to and fro, flitting lights shining fitfully through the narrow windows, steps hastening up anddown tho stairs, and weeping ; within the gray old - ' wallB pale faces had grown paler as they u ^ waited and watched. For Death had swoop ed down upon one of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

- PALI MP & 00, ? . j are Sole Agents in New South Wales arid I Queensland for Band & Orchestral : Instruments ? v | By BOOSEY AND CO., Xondon i ' By BESSON and CO., London! By COUESNON and CO., Paris. ... --.*1 . PALING & GO. have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia. LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATAL0CUE8. fl 8 Banjos, Mandoline,' -?* . PIANOS by all the is Leading Makers. . STEIN WAY, BRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, &c. ©RGHNS by ESTEY and 60. from £7. W. H. Paling & @o., LIMITED. SYDNEY. FEDERAL Saw and Planing Mills Percy Street, Wellington. EWER AND PEARSON BEG to notify the public of Wellington aud surrounding districts that they have OPENED A SAW MILL IN PEROT STREET, WELLINGTON. They aro prepared to supply ALL KINDS OF SAWN TIMBER AT THE MOST REASONABLE RATES, AND WITH PROMPTITUDE. Fine Logs Bought in Any Quantity. PEOPLE'S OWN TIMBER OUT AT REASONABLE RATES To Farmers and P...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Municipal Council. to metal piUibt in W.lli,g,„„, J™'' of the committoo appointed to report on llm by-laws, was hold on Thursday night Present : Aldermon J. P. Clifford W™. -? chair), J. T. P. Bassott, J. H Quirk Cut he J- Kerr J. Connor, 'll. 10^,°^^'. Konnard. Alderman A. Poolo was tho only alder man absont, and as matters turned out his iih.ln was a Bovoro loss to tho ' gas party.' DC0 ' WATEB BY-LAWS. The Council Clork road the report of tlm mittoe appomtod to adopt a codo of laws fnr ?F' carrying out of : tho relations in conS ^ S tho water supply which Wellington is shortly to have in use. From the codes which tliov l.nrl h„r them they recommended that some of Z elIu3S accopted and othors rejected, 0 AWerman Siggins moved, Alderman Bassett seconded, and it was carried, 'That tho rono b ih'X nigM? Alderman Bassett drow attention to olnusm ?n 30, and others prohibiting tho use of water by home' holders for watering gardens, etc., without a mot ! THE OAS BOHEME. The report of Mr....

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Off to the Wars. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Off to tlie Wars. ' Wo'ro Soldiers of the Queen, my lads.' On Thursday night thero' was a very good muster in the Drill Hall, when names of thoso willing to accompany tho Australian contingent to the Trans vaal were received. Major Barton - presided and read out tho various conditions cto. After whioh the following nameB wore handed in, which will bo in due course sent to the Kroner authorities for an proval i — Private C. S. Joyce Private G. Poolo Private J. Willooks Private J. Anderson Privato A. Donn Private J. Ward Private E. Donn Private F. H. Loo Privato H. Donn Privato J. Jonnings Privato E. Madden Privato W. Jonnings Privato C. Rogers Privato S. L. Wolls, Privuto R. Cruig Privato T. H. Shaw Bugler G. S. WoIIb Nursos Miss Maudo Shaw and Miss Mildred Burgess.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

WANTED, GOOD COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply MRS. THEO. BARKER, -:-? ? - ? ? Warne Street. For Sale. KA AAA SECOND-HAND CHAFF W v JvVyU BAGS for sale. Apply _ ? T. H. YORK & CO. Geurie School Picnic. THIS is to cortify.tlmfc wo,, tho undersigned, have gone through tho Subscription Lists and all Accounts connected with tho Geurie Public School picnic, hold at Goiirio on tho 16th of last September, and having audited tlio Bame, find them correct ; — Dr, Or. By Subscriptions. By Expenditure. 18 9 2J 18 15 1 Bal. Dr, 0 5 10i Prcsonted by ? ? Mr.Turnbull ? 18 15 1 18 15 1 THOS. COLLIER, lA„jStn„ , II. B. Db LAUNEY, j Aud,tora . Ponto, Snntop and Geurie Farmers Kindly attend a TRIAL of the Latest Improved Buckeye Binder MR. WM. KENNEDY'S PADDOCK, PONTO, on . Wednesday Next, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. I Why pay £60 for a Binder when you can buy the i BEST MACHINE in tho Market at £45 ? — Oome and see her at work.— The Clyde Engineering Coy., Granville, ? SOLE AGENTS. Cricketing Materials. (Seaso...

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Commercial News. . Wheat and flout continue firm in Sydney, as in other Australasian centres. Melbourne . shippers Bro unable to cope fully with tho brisk export inquiry for wheat, as fow sollors aro forthcoming at 3b 4Jd. Flour is worth £7 10s to £7 17s Gd in Mel bourne for best, and a fow millors ask £8. Homo of the Molboarne bakers and groqqrs havo advanced tho retail prioe of bread, sold over the counter. Sydney is buying Victorian flour. Tho upward movement in N.S.W. wheat and flour continues, and tho doplorable stato of Southern' Biverina. coupled with the damage done by hot, drying winds and frosts in other districts, practically nullifloB all idea of an oxportablo surplus Wheat sold in Melbourne on Friday as low as 3s 6}d for prime, with buyors willing to go on at that figure, but holders asked 3s 6d to 3s 7d. A gentleman long conversant with the -wheat trade in Sydney is of opinion that conditions point, at tlie moment, to wheat touching 4s 3d, or thereabouts, in January. F...

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Coming Events. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Coming Events. RACES. Mudgee Jockey Club, Noyeruber 8th and 9th. . J Bourke Spring meeting. 'October 19, 20. ; WELLINGTON. October '20— Quarterly Licensing Court. October 20 — Small Debts Court. Wednesday, 25th October — Crown Land Sulos. November .3— District Court and Quarter Sessions Wednesday, 29th November — Crown Land Sales BODANGORA. Bazaar, Ootobor 19tb. ' Grand. Ball, October 27th. Concert, November 9th, in aid. of tho R.C. Church. STUART TOWN. ? Police Court— Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Dec. 22 ' ^Tfingfon Ciw«;s' : ' , ! NEC TEMBRE NEC TIMIDE MONDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1899.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Cricket. A cricket match botwoen the Euehareena playori and Kerr's Crook was playod at tho lattor piaoo on Saturday, 7th inst., and resulted in a decisive viotory for tho formor by 55 runs. W. Brazier was tho only batsman to mako a respeotablo stand, knocking up; 45 without giving a chance. ThiB scoro with 65 the preceding Saturday against Back Crook gives him a good lead for tho batting trophies. Tho following aro the details : — KERB'S CEEEIC. EUCHABEENA. Wobstor, ran out ... 1 niundon, b Munro ... 8 Lowo, l.b.w. b Richards. 14 H. Riclinrds, b Wobstcr 8 Bynn, o Btilt, b Ricbarils 3 W. Brazier, b Roarty 45 E. Lfinco, b Blundou ... 1 Snape,l) Wobstor... ... 4' Peterson, b Blundon ... 1 Cuinmiiigs, b E. Lauco ... 0 Munro, b Brazior ? 10 Dennis, run out ? 12 J. Roarty, c Datsou, b Herring, o and 1) Wobstor 0 CumminRs ? SMoBtyn, o Wobstor, b Honnings, b Brnzior ... 7 Ronrty ? 7 J. Noylan, not out ... 2 Bult, o and b Wobstor ... 0. A. Lance, D Cummings ... 5 Datson, b Roarty ? ? 2 W. Su...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Local Jottings. Your sight tested and the best spectacles supplied for every defect of the eyes, difficult cases a speciality, j. W. Marshall, practical optician, Percy-street.* ; There was not a large attendance of members at the usual meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society on Friday, but soveral ladies were present. Mr. Irving occupied the chair Impromptu ad dresses was the business or tlio evening, and several interesting subjects woro discussed by Messrs. Broom, J. and A. Collins, Flynn, Bergman and Brownhill. Next Friday a debate will lake place on the subject — 'That the sending of Australian troops to the Transvaal is not in the best interests of the Empire.' Mr. Walker will open in the ailirmutive, and- Mr. Collins in the negative. , As tho present war is the general topic of conversation there Bhould be a good debato and a large attendance. We wish to draw attention to an advertisement in this issue with' reference to an international band contest, to be held in Bathurst...

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Found Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Found Drowned. Quito a sensation was caused in town on Friday afternoon whon it became known that tho body of a man had been found floating in the Bell River, immediately at tho rear of Quirk, McLood and Co's Hour mills. Tho discovery was first mado by a lad namod William Gapos omployed at tho mill, who quickly convoyed tho information to tho police, who in turn were soon on tho spot. Sonior Sorgoant Cluplin and Constables Jimiinnn nnr) n»iion the work of recovering tho body from tho water. Soon thoio was a lurgo number of townspeople at tho scone of tho fatality, and theso lined tho banks eagerly discussing tho probabilities of the doath, and the identity of tlio deceased. The grappling irons haTing been procured, Constable Brosnan mado ono or two unsuccessful attempts to bring tho body to land by this means, but failed, and a long fishing rod had to bo' brought into requisition, and in this way tho attempt was successful. During the slight difhculty which arose in securing the bod...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. Latest Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Telegraphic News (From ouk own Correspondent ) SYDNBr, Thursday, 3 p.m. Latest Market Prices. Wheat, 3s to 3s 2d; chickwheat-28 9d to 2s 10s' flour £7 to £7 15s ; maize, 2s lOd ; chaff, £2 10s t2 £3 los ; oaten bay, £2 15s to £4 10s ; lucerne, £ 10s to £3 5s; butter, creamery.- and factory lOdi dairy, 8Jd to 9d. The Weather. Russell forecasts fine weather generally with light variablo winds inland and on the coast,, and oasterly winds and fine , weather in the city. . ^ Ternnle Trageay. ? News comes from Petone, New Zealand, that a man named Wolf took his two children,; aged 5 and 3 respectively, and, in the' absence' of his wife, stood them togother and shot both dead. .. He then fired four shots at himself, but without effect, whereupon ho cut his throat; Latest Betting. Cranberry is again first favorite for . the Derby at 5 to 2, whilst Scorn is firm favorite for :tho Caulfield Cup at 8 to 1, Mora and Dewey .being /next in favor both at 10 to 1, The Australian Contingent. The who...

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Prospecting in the Macquarie [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Prospecting in tlie Macquarie Messrs JL'ridham and others have pegged off a dredging olaim on . the Macquarie near the. traffic bridge at Wellington. On Thursday and Friday they woro busy prospecting, having sevon mon em . ployed at a shaft, which had boen Bunk on tho northern bank of the river, about 200 yards below the bridge. They used a Californian pump, hut owtnr? tn tlin inrnnh of wafAn f.libv waha nnl« annMnrl to go down about six feet. Having taken out the wash they put same over a ' banjo,' and tho amount of gold obtained was, wo hear, very satis factory. We believe that the good returns obtain ed will cause a company to be floated: shortly and dredging operations should soon bo in full swing. This state of affairs should give tho utmost satis faction in Wellington, asthiBis tho first prospect for a dredging claim made in the near vicinity of the town. As otlior parts of tlio river aro supposed to be rich in their possoBsion of the precious metal, we see no reason why this ...

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"G" Company Rifle Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

'G ' Company Rifled Corps. ? - On Saturday Privato G. Poolo completed a score of 208 in connection. with the recont muskotry prac tioe. ; — . ' Winners of tho quartorly (Sopteinbor) prizes are as follows - Privato T. MoKinloy, 37, (and handicap 5), 1st, prize— £1 10s Od. Priuuto C. Joyce, 35, (and handicap 5), 2nd, prize —15s. Privato J. Atkinson, 35, (and handioap 0), 3rd, prize— 10s. Bugler G. WoIIb, 28, (and handicap 10), 4tli, prize— 5s. Thoro will bo musketry practice on Thursday, and olub shooting on Saturday. _ -.

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. (Before Messrs. W. P. Pridham and R. Porter, J's.P) JAMES MORIARTY v. CHARLES RUTHERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Wellington Police Court. Fbiday, October 13. (Boforo Messrs. W. P. Pridham and R. Portor, J'a.P) JAMBS MOBIABTY V. CHARLES HUTHEEFOED. Complainant claimed £2 10s, wages duo to him by defendant. Mr. Quirk appeared for complainant, and Mr. Hogarty (for Mr. Bassett) for dofendant. ' James Moriarty, laborer, said : I was engaged by a Mr. Buiterloy on the 28th September last at 25s. por week. He engaged me to go as a drover to Wilga Downs with sheep. I asked him if he wanted drnvnrR. TTn gniri lin nrniilrl nan mn Into* T was actually working ono week. I carried out my duties proporly and he had no complaint against me. I was discharged on tho (ith October 1899. Mr. Buttcrley told me Mr. Rutherford would settle up with me next morning. I said I wanted a week's notice or another week's wages. Afterwards I saw Mr. Rutherford and he Baid if I came over to the homestead he would settle up with me. I said are you prepared to give' me a week's notice P He said you can't get it on. Luiid I'll ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purost Euoalypte on oarth. Lord Carrington's friend in Influenza. The world's remody for chbBt complaints. ' ? The ' oold' cure of Earl Jersey's. But note well Eucalypti, not'Eucalypti. ' , Tho time for registering dogs was up on Saturday; 865 was tho total. .* 'JS^P E W. G 0 0 D S. ' CONCERTINAS, 5/- to 45/ ACCORDEONS, 7/6 to 22/6 TENNIS RACQUETS, 5/- and 9/ WALL PAPERS (now and choioe patterns), 4id to II- por roll, GO-CARTS and PERAMBULATORS. SATCHELL'S BOOK, STATIONERY and MUSIC DEPOT, i WELLINGTON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

JAMES' HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) ? Chemist and Druggist, Wuhes to inform the residents of Wellington and District tlmt he has PURCHASED tho BUSINESS vhich ho 1ms conducted for DR. CHAS. RYGATE during tlio past six years ; and 'hopes by strict at tention to his_ patrons' wants to merit a continuance of tlio same liberal support which he has hitherto been accorded. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be devoted to the ? dispensing of Physicians' Prescriptions, and country orders will be SECURECY PACKED and' '' ' PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. . The Pharmacy will also bo kept opon on SUNDAYS ,n. ? ? - . and UOLIDAYS for the conduct of business. jjjattiifs '||atn»}£, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) MEDICAL, HAU, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON G. L. GRANT, Architect and Quantity Surveyor, ; - (LATE OP ABBpDEEN, SCOTLAND.) ?i ?:???.: ? TT AS decided to opin practic off&is^Prpfession XI in Wellington, liand trusts that his Homo and Colonial Exporionce will enable him to give every satisfaction to any client requiring his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

S. 11. -DAWSON, C x 'licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed nndor l.'io Real Fro- f perty At t.. ; ' IS prepared to undoifciiLn (mb-di vision _ Surveys o£ all kinds ; tahusgi of levels,. H Ac. Address, 'WollinRtoii ' take VKELUNGTON ^ Sherriff & McCormick, m -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY ' '.BUTCHERS,' ? ? . The . ?_ Lee Street. Wellington. Tattersall's Hotel, - Ono of tlio most comfortable, well-ventilated and convenient hotelsxin town, is still under the ' .. proprietor»hip of *nvi E. FLETCHER, WHO takes ovory care to give bis customers the best of everything, including EDIBLES, BUi BEDS, DRINK, &c. ? ? Farmors and others from the country will find a g„ TattorsaU's llotel ; a MOST - COMFORTABLE PLACE to put . up . at -and every satisfaction- is ? .^guaranteed. , ?, . -GOOD STABLING, ETC.— E3- iFiLBTGiarHi^ . ' PROPRIETOR. A? WILKIN'S, li Rone COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, mont ' WELLINGTON. ^ ? in be A. WILKINS has taken tho above Hotel, and will Ket provide tbo best...

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Euchareena. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

Eucliarcena. The first game of lawn tonnis was played hero on 'Tuosday ovoning. Judging from tho muster at tho opening, this pleasant out-door amusement will go ^ ahead liko wild-flro. Tlio fominine gender were ?' especially enthusiastic. A'l who took part wero - evidently novicos, but us tho mombera ore young and active thoy will doubtloss become fair oxponents of ? tlio healthy pastimo. Tho secretary informs mo that there aro twenty-four subscribers, and a fow . '. others have signified their intontion of joining. Wo aro having by far tho bcBt season hero for many years, tho crops and grass looking par eroellonco. A thunderstorm passacd over tho town last Friday evening, the flashes of lightning woro oxcoptionally vivid. Mr, A. Edwards' rotidenco was struok, but fortunately without causing any aerioue damage.

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DISTRICT NEWS Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 16 October 1899

: DISTRICT .NEWS . ' ?? A ' Yeoval. -- (From our own correspondent.) The half dny's matoh which was played ;dn Satur day; between the Yeoval and Bournewood cricket i'v 'teams resulted in an easy win for the last named -.^'eleven— 3 runs and 7 wickets to fall.' But taking into consideration that the YeovalClub has not been. ''- long formed and has had scarcely any praotice, -1 though beaten so badly, still they made a good stand, -.and it is to be hoped now that tho first match is over , ~ - that many of the other clubs around wilt tolIOw * ' suit and play friondly games one' with another. ri - A birthday party was held, at Mr. J. Kearney's - . (Goonoo) on Saturday, the 7th inst., being the r,:...-, S - anniversary of his eldest daughter's birthday, and v : was attended by six or seven couple?. Dancing was v V v' ' indulged in with zost for a number of hours and - refreshments woro provided in abundance. In fact all was dono by the kind host and hosters to insure an' enjoyable time f...

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