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Stock and Station Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Stock and Station' Produce. Tho Sydney Wool-eelling' Brokers' Assoeiution report : — ? Wool.— A quieter tone prevailed at tho Sydney wool sales last week, but prices, wero practically unchanged from tho provious week's sales — Quota- tions : Greasy fleece, 6id to 13d; greasy lambs, 5id to lid: groasy pieces, 5id tolO-idj greasy bellios, 4id to 8}d ; greasy orossbreds, 4Jd to 9id ; scoured ileeco, 13d to,24d ; scoured pieces, 10id to 20Jd ; scoured bellies, 10id to 19J ; scoured locks, 7id to laid. Shoepskins.— Thero was -no appreciable difference in tlio prices obtained at Friday's sales. Quotations: Full- woolled— Light condition, - Gid to 7id per lb. ; superior lines to 8d, medium condition, Gd to 6-id ; heavy condition, 5id to 5Jd. Half-wcolled — Light condition,' 5Jd to G£d ; medium condition, 4Jd to 5id ; heavy condition, -4id to 4Jd. Short-woolled — Light condition, 5id to 6d ; medium condition, 4d to 5d ; heavy condition, 3id to 3Jd ; pelts, 3d to 3jd ; broken pieces, 2Jd to ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Billiard- Tournament. . , , ; Tho billiard tournament, now . proceeding at York's Club House ' Hotel, lias boon going on throughout tlio week with iucreasing.in terest. With the exceptiou of .oye heat: — to be played' off to-uigrht— the first round is completed. The highest bre^k-so far is 28 by Mr. Joe. Or bell. Tlie following is tho draw for the second round f f I - - J. Jacobs 25' v. Loughtmii 50, i; M. Leonard 80 v. T. Hall 25, W. George 60 v. P. Rodda 40, ,-t ? . W . Reidy 110 v winner of unfinished heat, J. Orbell 20 behiud v. Cavanogh 50, W. Goodridfiq 60 V; .G. Steel 15, P. Hurley 100 v. G. Hewit.t 40 behind, ../ L. Maloaf 80 v. R. B. Wells 80,' J. Harvey 70, a. bye. - To-night ' Sligo,' receives 80, .plays N. Hughes, receives 60. as, the concluding round in the first heat. . , k*

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Local Jottings/ , An election for tho vavaucy' in _tlio municipal council, caused by the .resigiyit ion of Mr. Edward Hiuvest, will tbo - hfifd on June the 27th. Already the names-of several intending candidates are mentioned amongst others aro those of Messrs. Gal la way Flanagan, Mo Cormiok,~ and Konnehan. The cricket clubr ' smoko ' tomorrow ni'ht should be a tip-top one. A good programme and plenty of fun aro promis ed. Fitzgerald's cyclorama, which recently appeared in town, is now working its way to Dnbbo. ... MessrF. Thomas and Rotton, anctioDeers', annouced a continuation of tho sale of house hold offects etc. on behalf of Mr. 13. Hinvost. Messrs. lhomas and Rotton announce their iutontion to hold a farmer's market and auction mart, in their rooms overy Sat-? urday afternoon. The first will take place on Saturday next, aud should provo a boon to farmers anxious- to dispose of their, produce and livo stock. ^.U' Woods' Groat Poppbrment Ourolfor.' Coughs and Colds, uevorNfail....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

' i||}^TTiugf on ' ? NEC TKMEUE NEC TIMIDE MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

sTh.~dawson, 'c licensed Surveyor, ( Specially Licensed under the Real fro- r perfcy Apt. IS prepared fco undertake Sub-division purveys of all kinds; taking of levels, Ac. Address, Wellington. .take WELLNIGTON BUTOHERV £ Sherriff & McCormick, B1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY ^ BUTCHERS. - Xee Street. Wellington. & Beale and Co' s * . Prh hiving secured THBEB FIRST PBIZBS at the lato Sydney Show, whore all known makes were exhibited and put in tho shade. v BD PIANOS, which are specially constructed for the climite, and which only require tuning about once ^ & 'JffilD CO. hare invented a Machine , which can be altered from lock to chain by simply __ presaing a' button. _ * Terms to suit the times. ni Ai - particulars on application to the Local Agent w the Manager, Mb. J.MoMahus Beale and Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse, ... -g MBS. F. COLREAVY, having.secured addition. Ben ol Accommodation, is prepared to receive men porsonB dosirous of staying in Wellington ...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at the Wellington Post Office, and arrive there as follows : — . For Sydney, Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart ? Town, doily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Mary vale, daily, 7 ' a.m. ? arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Milo Flat, Cuilonbino, Mudgoc, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; urrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. - For Comoboll.a, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wodnesday ; and' Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrivo, 6.30 p;m. Thursday, 4 p-iu. Sunday; ?' For Poulto, Tcrrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. , For Yeoval, Mt. Aubery, Wallna,. Parkes, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; Monday and Friday 4.30 p.m. - - ? For Currii Creek, Bournpwood, Wednesday aud Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. For Montofioros, daily, 8.43 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 .? p.m. For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive Tuesday and Friday, 5 p.m. For Suntop, Arl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

WILJ) CHERRY BALSAM Is a certain euro for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of tlie clicst, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from tho oxprcasod juioo of -Wild Cliorry Bark, in combination witli other ? ingrcdionts, will bo found tho most usoful medicine for chcBt affections, - : ? Prepared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL HALL, NANIMA . ORESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. Mr. E. E. SOLOMON FROM SYDNEY, ^ Surgical and Mechanical Dentist, Who has boon in Wellington- sinco January, has ? dccided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for tbo present may be consulted., at the Club House Hotel, Leo Street. Private Room engaged. Neuralgia Cured. Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, otc., mado to so closely resemble the natural onos in color and lifeliko appeuranco, as to render detection impossible. - Nervous Patients fitted with teeth without extracting old stumps. Children's Teeth regulated. Diseased Gums trea...

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Correction. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Correction- ; _ (To. the 'Editor?) ' SiK, — It is, I uiidorstand, rumoured tjjut I am-iloaviug the. Club 'Hotel. Tliisj^niay in'jnro ino in business. Kindly publish my donial, - I am not leaving tho C'ub HotjaEt -? Yours faithfully, * I : ? , T. H. York;'^. ? '

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

The Weather. It is most gratifying t o report that wei havo at lasf had a gbod fall of rain. Reports from outlying districts havo fbr soiiio time indicated that the need of a good downpour was a matter of daily increasing urgency. It was feai'ed that many of the crops would require to be re-sown, and in any case it was painfully evident that those already up were very sickly in appearance, and. that a bad season for our farmers was threatening. But .now we may congratulate ourselves that tho rain, although a little late in the day, has still come in time to do incalculable i»ood. The fall is a very general one. in the weslorn districts, as will bo seen by the following reports up to 9 a. m; this nibrning : Wellington 62 points, Mudgee 79, Guigong 71,, Dandoloo 105, Traiigie. 98, ^Gpfiai'125, By rock 3.9, Caunonbar 34, ..Girilattibi-ne 40, Nyiuageo 41, Nyngan 35, Molong' 76, ;Ryl stouo 71, Nevcrtire 72, Nari,omiue84, Bdiirke 5, Peak Hill 80, Parkes 55, Dubbo 55, Warren 39, Milthorpo ...

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Mr. W. J. Gallaway. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Mr. W. J. Gallaway. As most of our readers are aware, Mr. Gallaway was called away some week or two ago by news of a fatal accident to his brother-in-law, at Golbnrn. We under stand that Mr. Gallaway - has inherited a large interest in the Gilmour Estate, Lake B»tburst. The necessity of settling the affairs of the estate,. will we regret to say, compel Mr. Gallaway's presence on the spot for several days to come. Howover we have the satisfaction of knowing that he will re turn definitely boforo Mr. Reid's visit, on on Juue 17, when he will plunge himself into a few remaining days of the campaign, with all that ardour and ability wo know him to possess. v ' ?

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Football. On Saturday afternoon on he reserve, a very interesting game was played between a team of Burrill Creek and- Dripstone and the Wellington club. As usual theipcal players did not turn up to time, and some difficulty was experienced in getting A full team, but at 3 30 the whistle blew and Wellington kicked off. Play was quickly in the visitors' territory, and although they struggled hard and workod it back, in about 20 minutes a try was got by O'Mara. Ten minutes later another try was got by Teece. Deinpsey, Clack and JJroderick wero playing a great game, and at half time the score stood Bix to nil for Welling ton. Some vory fine runs wqro made by both sideB, in the eecond half, and tho Wel lington passing was first-clas's, considering tho state - of the ground. - Bruce, playing for Burrill, got a' winder,' but was soon up again; and Jimmy Jacobs got a real ' star-gazer,' but was at it again like a good oue. After a. mull by the Burrill back man, Kcane mado a good run in aud...

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Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Stock Sales. ; On Saturday, was held au important sale of horses hnd .cattle, .'at. tho/: comnicrcial yards, Wellington. About 100 fat cattle, and 20 horses wore yardod. The cattle wore of good quality all round j with a fair sprinkling of prime — weight, light to medium. There, .was, a very smull attendance of buyers, . but sat isfactory prices were realised. Rain fell during the, -sales, which caused- them to bo practically abandoned. Messrs. York & Co; repoit the following sales 7 bullock^ averaging £5 7s 6d ;; jl4 -bullocks, avemging £5 7s 6d ; 16 light-weight bullocks, aver aging. £4 78 6d j 2 cow's; averaging £6 each ; 6 light-weiglit cows, averaging £3 15s; 6 ditto, averagit)g £3 10d.„ ? - i

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Hon. Joseph Cook at Stuart Town. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Hon. Joseph Cook at Stuart Town.. The Hon. Joseph Cook, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, accompanied by a party about 35, paid a yitiit to Stuart Town .on Saturday. Amongst tlje com pany' wfero — Mr. McLaughlin', Under Secretary for Minos, the'. Gavenifhent Met allurgist, Messrs Huiloy and Ferguson, M's.L.A., tho Assayer for thoJJank of Now ooutli Wales, soveral incrabcrs of the Mines Dopartmont, and representatives of tho metropolitan press. The party arrivod- by tho morning mail, and after partaking- of breakfast, they made a start for Muckorawa at 9.30. By this time t hoy had been joined by between 30 and 40. residents of the, Wellington;distriot.. Tho combined party, arrived- at ' the Maequaric — about ?* 10 miles from Stuart .Town— and .proceeded to in spect Mr. Gailand's dredge— this being the object of the .Minister's visit. The inBpec ton lasted about ail hour and a half. Mr Cook expressed himself as pleased with tho pro spects of the success of tho undertaking. A return ...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Markets. I Prices supplied by I. Bo'rginun & Co., Wullmglon . — Shocpsltins 5id. per ,1b. ; hides 2d. to 8d..per lb. ; - .opposuin skins' 6s. per dozon ; librsoliuir Js. porlb.j ? ,a buoswax 9d poi' lb. - ;. Tho following woro the prices for Now South Wales produco at Darliug Harbor, Sydnoy, on Saturday:— - . J Wheat.— N.S.W;, milling,. 2s 9d to 2s llid - second quality, 2s. 8d. : , . Floiir. — N.S.W., £G 5s to £7 por ton j Vic.i ffi 10s to £ 7 ; S A.; £G 10s to £7'-, Manitoba, i'9 IBs to 'JE10 2s Gd ; Tasmiiniiiu, £6 7s Gd to £6 17s tid j N.Z, £'i 2s Gd to £6 12s 6d. ' Oals. — Siiedj 2s to'2s 3d jipriine.fued, Is 9id to Is ? ? lOd, medium to -Is 9d^ Tasimmiuu, prime Is medium Is 7d to Is 8d per busliel. . ' , ; . v ; '.Maizo. — Pnmo dry, 2s lOd ; uicdiiun, ls' Od'per bushel; . ? , . ? ? ' ? , ? ' Peas'.— Bluo, to. sJs Od j grev, 3s por biwliel.- r Ohiclur liuut. — P. «iiii-,*2s (jJ bushel. ' Burley.— Ohovalior seed, 5s to 5s 3d ; Knglieh, -? ? Gd to 2a lOd j Cupe, 2s 4d to ...

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AUSTRALIA v. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

AUSTRALIA v. ENGLAND. I Tho first test maleli lias ended in a draw. This must bo a matter for regret, partion larly from tho point of viow of tlio Austra lians, who had an excellent. thftneo of gain ing. I ho first hojkt in tlio rubber. There suit, of this' match should go to provo the necessity Jeitbor of. dovoting moro thau 3 days to tho test mntchos,orof playing them to n finish at tho expense of (ho succeeding fixture.. . Had it not. been for. tbo brilliant play of Rnujit Sinliji, Australia must havo placed lliia gnmeto theircreditjas thero wci'o ?«nly 3 more of tho English ; wickets to fal| on a worn nitch. nnd a dofiainnev- of more than; 100 V uus to'inake up. Following aro the.completo scores * AUSTRALIA — First innings. . Iredalo, c Hoyward, b Hourno ... ... ... 9 Darling, b'Hea'rno ? ? .... ... 47 Noblo, b Rhodes,.. ... . ... . ... 41' Gregory, b Hirst... ...- ... . s 48 Hill, run out ' ... ... ... ... 52- Trumper, b Hcarno ... ... ... 0 Kolly, c Hirst, b Rhodes... ... ? .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestier Bros. SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS. (Members of tlie Dental Aean. of N.S.W.) SYDNEY, NYNGAN, WARREN, WALGETT, and COONAMBLE; if you want Artificial' Teeth thatJFit, Teeth without plates, Teeth oleancd, sealed, filled, or Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with our local Antcsthetic Anodene. Teeth gold-capped or crowned, Teeth repaired, .Teeth fitted by atmospherio suction, Teeth added to present cases, or Teeth remodelled or regulated. SETS fbom £1 Is. ; GOLD FILLINGS fkom 10s. Painless Exteactions 2/6. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYL, AND GAS ADMINISTERED. FEW TESTIMONIALS: Warren,5l2tb Sept, 1898; Messes. Labbalestieb Bros., Dentists. Dbab Sibs, — I bare to thank you for the skilful way you extracted my teeth, I felt no pain whatever — your anaesthetic is a great desideratum to. those wishing to avoid pain. W. J. Pabkbb, Coaoh builder, yfatren. ; Warren, 13tbi September, 1898. It is with great pleasure that I certify you ex tracted 19 roots from me us...

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND. (Before Mr. T. C. McKell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Wellington Police Court. Friday, June 2nd. . J (Before Mr. T. C. MoKell, P.M.) ; d James McGrath . charged Joseph Hyde with committing an unlawful assault at Lincoln on tho 25th May. Ho also' charged John Collins with trespassing on enclosed lan.ds at Lincoln on tho same day without the consent of' the ,owner} oc cupier, or person in cliargo. Mr. F. S. Hegarty appeared for the plaintiff in both cases. A postponement was asked for and granted till June 16, Mr. Hegarty consenting. SMALL DEBTS CASE. Mrs. Cox Bued Mrs. Maitin for £1 Is pro fessional, fees for attendance during defend ant's confinement. The latter admitted having engaged Mrs. Cox, but Btated that, the fee she had arranged for was £1. Con sequently the case was virtually over u matter of one shilling. Bat defendant ac cused plaintiff, of not doing her work pro perly, and said she could prove her allega tions by showing the dirt on tho baby, who had never been, properly washed. ' See here,'' said she, unfolding a somewhat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Appeal Court NOTICE is hereby given that an Appeal 'Jourt -for hcaring appeals, ugaujst the assassinonts will bo held at tlio Court House, Wellington,' on FRIDAY, JUNE 10th nt 10 a.m., . and.-at ' tlm: Council Cliambors i n TUESDAY, JUNE 13xil at 7.30 p.m. v ; '. : ' Porsons intonding to appeiil' must givo notieo of their intontioi). in; writing to tho Council Oleik soven'' days before tho holding of. the;, said court of. Potty Sessions. ' ' ' ? ? V'-. V.i- .?? . - .;????.- - ' V ^ -^..J-^REEZE^, i ? : ;Courioil'Clerk.?,; | Wellington Municipality THE following -RATES ' ON PROl'ICItTY,; of which tho owner' or- their residences. are ^un known, aro now due and payablo at tlie Council Clotk's olUce, Lc'o Street, WellinRtoin : — .. .Name Sec. A-lfott, Amount. Cliiokcn, I. F. ? 52 .15:-- 0 14. 8. Feenoy, Isabel 67 ?'' ?, 4 . . .2 11 11 Foonoy, Martin . 7 ] 1.12 . - 1; 7 3 Moor o, I ? ?-?7r:--'-'r-':.;-/4';6il6il7. . ? 0 11- -5 Ownor 49 3 ' ? 0 7 3 Walkins, Mrs. 7' ' G.7.14.1o ..7 4 -3 Di...

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The Braddon Clause. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

The Braddon Clause. The Braddon clause is intended simply os a guarantee that the Common wealth, having control of tho whole customs and excise rovouue, will not spend too much of it for federal purposes and so leave the etntqa in a lurch. Figures gono into at the Adelaido sitting of the convention showed that t of the minimum tariff likely to be imposed, wonld suffice for tho noedR of tho federal government, whilst the states would require the balance. Consequently the clause does not create necessity for a singlo penny of extra taxatiou as Sydney ' D.T.' admitted on J uuo 22nd last (trade and finance column) New. South Wales do6s not want the clause j it may ul ti mately hamper the Com mon weal th, but cannot hurt any Btate, and is at all events a guarantee of federal economy.

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The Story of the Sole Survivor of the Countess. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Tbe Story of tt&eSoleSurvivor of the Countess. It is something I can never think of without feeling all the tenderness of a wo man. Aye ! old and rongh and snn«tanned Jack tar that I am, I cannot keep the ..tears - back when the incidents of the Jobs ot the Coantess come crowding npon me in my watches at night. , . The Conntess, as yon may hare heard, was a fine new English ship making her ?. firat voyage to India. She had militaiy ^ stores and an assorted cargo, and she car ried as Daaaansers ten fincrlish officers. seven of whom had their wives along. There wero thirteen children, fonr urses, eovea wives, and two young ladies who where going oat to sweethearts. They , ' were tbe jolliost, happiest lot of passangers one over saw, and the officers of the ship treated the crew in each a ? inanaer that never a complaint was entered. It was more like an excursion trip than a voyage. I was 22 years old the day we left Liverpool, and while I was no higher than a fo'mast hand as y...

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