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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora.         (Pastor Isaac Bugg)             May 21st--Bodangora, 11 a m; Maryvale, 3 p m;       Geurie, 7.30 p m     May 28th--Geurie, 3 p m; Bodangora, 7.30 p m; Ponto, 3 p m    

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS     We want a correspondent in every centre of population in the Wellington district. We also want reports of all the Farmers' Unions, and all matters of interest. Kindly   note this, and let us hear from you.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

CHURCH SERVICES.       Church of England. (Rev. R. Barry Brown, R.D. ; and John C. MACDOUGALL)       May 21st — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C) 11 a m (H C), and 7.30 p m ; Bodangora, 3pm; Goolma, 11 a m ; Spicer's Creek; 3 p m ; Stuart Town, 7 30. p m.       May 28th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C) 11 a m and 7.30 p m ; Neurea, 3 p m; Suntop, 11- a m Ponto, 8 p m.     Week-days           May 22nd— Maryvale, 7 30 p m.                       May 22nd — Dripstone, 7.30 p m. . May 23rd— Mumbil, 7 .3O p m .     May 25th— Stuart Town, 7.30 p m. May 26th — Stuart Town, 9 a m (H C).  

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Sanitary Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

Sanitary Reform. The sanitary condition, of Wellington is a matter which should engage the immediate   attention of our city fathers, and the notices of motion at the last council meeting, given by Alderman Kerr, are a step in the right direction. The objection may very possibly be raised that it is now winter time, and t'here is no reason for hurry. But that is a   very paltry objection, as it is only in winter   that there is time given by nature to pre- pare for the summer. Another objection   made is, that the system at present in vogue has been good enough until now, and what has been good enough previous to this   should be good enough now. Such conser-   vative objections as these should be cast, back into the teeth of the objectors. As well say that, because our forefathers used sailing ships, we should not use steamers. Could   any sane porson support such a contention ? Certainly not...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE.   Mails close at the Wellington Post Office, and arrive there as follows :- For Sydney, Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart   Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For. Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Maryvale, daily, 7       a.m.; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily.   For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat,   Cullenbrine, Mudgee; Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.'; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m.     ' ;','For' Coinobella) Gollan, Miirrunjjundy, - Wednesday' . -iV. Tand Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, (i.30 p.m. Thursday, : JJ IH . oiuinttj'. _ . ... ... . . . For Ponto, Torraboil'a, '.Tnesd'ay and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday aud Saturday, 4i 30 p.m. . Fbr Yeov'a'l, Mt. Auber.y, Walma,. Partes, Wednes , clay aud Saturday, 9 a ml; Monday. .-and ' Friday !/ ? '130 p m. ' ' ' ' ? .For Ciirra Creok, Bournowood, Wednesday and r- - : Saturday, 9 a.m. ;...

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District News. WUULUMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

District News.   (From our own Correspondente.) ?   WUULUMAN.   A daughter of Mr. D. Crawley was   suddenly taken ill on Monday night. Dr. Rygate was hurriedly sent for, and on his arrival announced Miss Crawley to be suffer- ing from bronchitis and measles. It is satisfactory to know that the patient is now convalescent. Since Miss Clements' departure to Apsley about the 'first week in January, the public school here has been closed. This seems strange in view of the fact that there was an avarage daily attendance of 22 pupils. Agriculturists are very busy ploughing and cropping. Raia is eagerly looked for. The Pope has issued instructions that the   year 1900 shall be observed by Roman   Catholics in all countries as a Jubilee Special indulgences will be granted in con-, nection therewith.  

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Federation Meeting. RE-ORGANISING THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

Federation Meeting. RE-ORGANISING THE COMMITTEE.       Last night a meeting was held at York's Club House Hotel, of all those in sympathy with the resuscitation of the old Wellington blanch of the N.S.W. Federal League. For a meeting of this kind there was a very large attendance, there being quite fifty present. The proceedings throughout were of an en- thusiastic nature, and plainly evidenced tho   fact that the electors of Wellington were determined to wipe off the stigma attaching to them of having voted the federation bill down last 3rd of June. There was not one dissentient note struck throughout the even- ing, and references to the great vote to be taken on tho 20th of next month, and the efforts of our leading statesmen in their advocacy of the great cause, elicited   unanimous applause. Mr. J. P. Clifford (Mayor) was in the   chair, and seated round the table we noticed amongst others Messrs. Wilk...

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Federation Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 18 May 1899

Federation Notes. The Electoral Registar's office will he open for the issue of elector's rights on Tuesdays and Fridays, between the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. until the 6th June, and thereafter every evening till Referendum day, June 20.   It behoves every elector to make no mis- take in securing his right, so that he may be in a position to record his vote on what will be throughout Australia a red-letter day.   By this time each elector should have re- ceived a copy of the amendments effected by the recent premierial conference in Melbourne, and so should be in a position to oppose solid facts to the forces of mis-representation which are now sweeping over the entire country. The anti-federalists are displaying any amount of energy in the present struggle. Pity it is that their efforts should be devoted to the attempt to stifle the wish for Austra- lian nationhood. There is not one trusted leader of the people arrayed in the ranks of anti-federal ism. Wherea...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Obituary. It is with footings of regret, in which we believe ! the residents of this diBtriot will share generally, that .we have to record the demise of Mr. Nicholas Goonoy senr., of Kaiser. The sad event occurred this morning at the residence of Mr. 1R. Grimson . Deceased, who had beon well and favorably known in Wellington for tlio last thirty years, was natur ally of a Btiong and robust constitution, but only at lato as Friday last he contracted inflammation of the lungs. Dre. UTand M. Ryga':e wore called in, but notr/ithstanding their able ministrations, tho ' grim angle death ' stepped in and Mr. Coonoy passed peacefully away at 6 a.m. Deceased, who was sixty years of ago, was well known in the early days of Mitchell's Greek mines some 25 years ago. After following mining pursuits for somo time, ho bought s. farm near Kaiser, where ho settlod down, and by means of persevorance and tho assistance of his sens, ho camo to possess one of the best farms in tho west. Mr. Cooney leav...

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Horse Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Horse Sales. At tho Commorcial sale yards on Saturday there was a large attendance to witness the sale of a fine lot of horses. Tho competition for good sorts was fairly keon, and the, results may bo put down as satisfactory. Messrs. T. II. York & Oo. report having cold' 3 end 4-year-old heavy draught oolts and fillies at an average of £16 5s. j the highest price boiug £18 10s. Messrs. W. J. Gallaway & Co. report having real ized fair priced.

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Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Oetoafimg Sociiefijr. _ Tho Mutual Improvement Sooioty met on Friday evening in the Public Library. The .Rev: G. \V.: Furner occupied the chair. The debute for iho evening — 'Is the. introduction of Asiatics agcinst tho best interests of tho colonies' — woo opened by Mr. Oollins in tho negative, end Mr. Walker in tho affirmative. . Messrs. O'Brien, Eose. and Broom spoko in the negative j Messrs. Flynn, Bergman and Broderick in the affirmative. The affirmative was oarried by a largo majority.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Municipal Council. . The tisual fortnightly meeting of- the Municipal Council was held in the Ooancil Chambers ou Thursday night May 18.'' Present.— Alderman J. P. Clifford (Mayor) in tho chair, and Aldermen Bassett, Poole, Siggins, Kerr, Hinvest, Kennard, and Connor. Minutes were rend and confirmed. An/IATTVTO The following accounts wero passed for payment: — C. A. Yeo, £3 10s ; B. Phillips, ; £3 14s 9d ; J. Edwards, £1 19s; H. Nan carro'w, 9s 6d j Willocks, 13s 6 d ; Asgill, . 6s, CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence ^s ordered to'' bo written was read; A letter was read from Mr. Wilkins, secretary of the recently re-oi ganised branch of the Paderal Leagno, asking for tho use of the Council Chambers room for its meetings. Proposed by Aldornmn Bassett, Becondedby Alderman Kerr, that the request bo complied with on the usual terms. — Carried. A letter was read from Mr. Joseph Shotliff asking that tho. Council construct a box drain under the footpath in front of his now building; also, tha...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

? ? ? -N'l Genml News. 1 Tho prizo pen of five Lincoln wothois at tho Dubbo show - was disposed of by the, exhibitor (Mr. Tnuk) (o a local bntchor for £1 per head. The price may be considered a record. At tho annual election of officers of Lodgo Mftcquaiie, Dubbo, Bro. G. Clark was elected W.-M. ' Immense crowds of people ivore in tho streets of Sydnoy to seo the now Governor. ? .The decorations in the streets and on the buildings, were vory elaborate, and a friendly feeling was evidenced by the crov?d. For Asthmatical Cougha aud Colds take Woods' Great Pepperment Ocre, 1/6 and 2/6 * .Mr. H.ogue is satisfied that the distress at Cobar ia not so sericas as he had bean led to expect. A3 soos ac the raia comes the .?- present difficclty wiii bo oyer, bet in the meantime tho Minister hse authoriBsd that £250 bo spent iu suitable works in tho dis trict. Father Long, whoso name was associated with the mysterious Sacred Nugget, reported to have beon found at Kanowna, West Australia, some m...

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Original Poetry. AT THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Original Poetry. . AT THE RIVER. (By Walter Bonk.) The rippling rirer murmurs by; Tlio rushes rustle ; she-oaks sigh, And (leeey clouds sweep o'er tho sky, - . : ? In sunligiit gleaming. Tlie busy liauuts of mon.forsook, With lino and rod, and pipo and book, o- ? \ i My scut upon the bank 1 took, And fell a-droatning. Fond recollection in its awiiy. - Recalls to mind thu happy'dtiy When first — hut, ero my thouglits havo play, 1. start up screamiug. Like liger couched in sedgy screen, Remorseless, grim, and nil unseen, . A great red soldior-nnt had beon g;} Towards me crccpiug. Advancing, {halting, drawing^uoar, - - As I sat thcrej without a fear, At length it Bcizcd me— in the roar, . And set 1110 screaming. Like a Hash :r;.. X stamp to dash That' aodjer' rash. Chewed fern applied Unto my hide, The pains subside. . ?. ? Again I sit aud watch the^iloat 1- - Thnfc.sorves.tbe fishes' bites to noto, But dovrnjtlie rirer?coinos a boat, A fair freight bearing. How skilfully she plies tho...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

' ^ ' MAIL TIME TABLE. - * ' ' ? Mails close at tho Wellington Post Office, aud - - -arrive theru-as follows ' v- - For Sydney, Bathurst, Mudgeo, Oraugo, Stewart ?, Town, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For Dubbo, Bourko, Nyngan, Maryvalo, daily, -.7 . I ' a.m.; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. ? - For Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolum, Two-Mile Flat, Ctilk'iib mo, Mudgoe, Tuesday aud Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. „ . For Comobella, Ci-ollan, Murrunguudy, Wednesday ? -. ? r und Saturday, 0 a.ui. ; arrive, ($.30 p.m. Thursday, i . .4 p m. Sunday, f For Pouto, Terrabella, Tuesday aud Friday, 0 a.m.; . arrive, Wednesday and'Saturday, 4 30 p.m. ' - For Yeoval, Mt. Aubery, Walma, PavkeB, Wcdnos day aud Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday -1 30 p ui . For Curra Creek, Bourncwood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a,ni, ; jirrive, Monday and Friday, . '1 30 p.m. ? ? ' ' For Monteiiores, daily, 9.-i5 a.m. ; arriye,. daily, 5.15 ? . p.m. . . For Wuulumau, Tuesdaj' and F...

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Football. WELLINGTON v. SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Football. I . WELLINGTON v. SUNTOP I This njatch was played on Saturday aftor noon in Bell Park, and resulted in a winU the former by 9 to nil. Thero wng Bom delay in making a start through tho diffi culty oxporienoed in gotting a fall team to represont the local club. Suntop arrived up to time, neally clad in their red nad black guernseys ; not so tho Wellington who. turned up ono by ono, arraved in »lt sorts of uniforms, and whon tho whiatlo was blown they presented a motley appearand The footballers of Wellington ranst shako themselves together, as they have tho nn cleus of a fine team, and there iB only a little enthusiasm .wanted to enable them to meet, with great prospects of success, the b'eBt clubs of the district. A visit from an Orange, Dubbo or Bathurst team ahonld have tho desired effect, and a fiztmomth one of these clubs should bo arranged, Aj for the game on Saturday, it 8j;d at once that Wellington had the best of mat ters and deserved their win. This in no i way ref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Notice to Farmers. Messrsf James Martin and Company's Up-To-Date Farming Implements. Mui-tm's llorusbv Double- Imiitow Ploughs — con- vertible into three-furrow; The Jvaugaroo Plough — convertible from two to tlrrco. ?;?' Tlio Spahlmg aud Kobbuis' Disc Plough. Lover unci Harrows, Sprmg-Tooth Cultiva love, Clinff-Cuttcro — Hand, llorse or Steam. Horse Gears, from ono to four. Jmikmos — Oil nnJ Steam. Pumps and Windmills.. In fuct nil kinds of Implements und Machinery required. Should you not see mo personally drop me a line All correspondenco will bo punctually atlonded to. W. G. BHINKAED, Local Agent. Notice of Hemoval. J. W. MARSHALL Watchmaker Etc., to the late T. S. Cunnington,1 Has removed to tlie new premises erected next door to MR. SATCfl ELL'S, A select stock of cnlnely new Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Optical Goods at Sydney prices. Agent for the Interchangeable Spectacles. Sight carofully Tested. J.W.M. respectfully solicits a continuance of past favors. Noto tlio Addre...

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Coming Events SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

? CpassSaiig - ' -. SHOWS. i . Jane 7 and 8 : Cobar P. end A. Society. .. .. /? ?; June 29, 30, July 1: ilS W Shoep-bve'edero' As* ?eooial ion Annual Show - ...' _ August 9 and iO : Partes P A and H Association - August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and H.. Assooia*

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WUULUMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

WUULUMAN. Miss Fletcher has again proved hor suporofrity against all comcrs as an oquostrienno; by gaining first honors in ono o.vont, and pride, of . plaoe in another, at tho recent Mudgeo annual show. Tkore are* fow horse-women in the colony who. oan - oomo near Miss Fletcher.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Woods' Great Pepperment Cu-ve fori Coughs and Colds, never fail 1/0 and 2/6.*

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