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Poetry. TO A SKELETON. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

Poetry. - TO A SKELETON. '^2 ? ? [The lines ' To a Skeleton ' is one of the finest ' .'.things in all waif poetry. It was found pinned to a ' ikeleton in .one of tho museums in Iiondon, and first published in the ' Morning Chronicle,' of that city, whon a reward of fifty guineas was offered for the discovery of tho author. Who the author was has . .nerer been known or discovered.] Behold this ruin ; 'twas a skull Once of ethereal spirit full ; , This narrow cell was life's retieaty This space was thought'* mysterious seat, What beauteous visions filled this spot, What dreams of pleasure long forgot, ' ?V Nor love, nor joy, nor hope, nor fear Have left oae trace of record here. ~vu-u.u .u-. MlvuHlUlUg vouuyj, Once shone the bright and busy eye, 1 But start not at the dismal void 1 If social love that eye employed, If with na lawless fire it gleamed, But through the dews of kindness beamed, . ? ? .v ? v ' That eye sball be forever bright When stars and sun are sttnkin night. ' Within ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 5 June 1899

COLEMANE'S EXJCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Eucalypte on earth.. Lord Carrington's friend in Influenza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. The ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. But note well Eucalypte, not EucalypttV

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Eucalypte on earth. Lord Carrineton's friond in Infiuenza. Tlio world's rcmody for chest complaints. Tho ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. But note woll Eucalypte, not Eucalypti.

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A Little Story. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

A Little Story. I Jim O'Byrno and Tom Mnlono woro dis cussing tho fight between Larry I'oloy and Jim Burke. Both were a littlo under tho influenco, especially Malono, und tlio follow ing was tho conversation (to be lead with a rich Irish broguo : — Malouo : I say now that Larry Foley cuu lick tho head off Jim Burko, and .1 kuow it. Ho s an Irish lad, and thoy can lick any thing. O'Byrno . Ooh, that's all right, what you say, but don't. yuos kuow that Jim Burko is one of us — lie's a true Irish lad, Maloue : No ho isn't ; bo's an Auiericuu. O'Byrno : He's not, ho's ono of us. Aud whon Ifo goes iato I10 wears a broad green stripo down tho sido of his right pantp. Malouo : Do you say that now ? O'Bryno. Yes, I do. And ho wears a grcon stripo down the loft log of liis pants, too. Mulono : Well, well, do lie now. O'Byrne : And he wears a broad groon sash rouud his waist too. Malono : Arrah now, is it truth yo'ro tell ing me ? O'Byrno : Aud on liis jersey ho wears tho lovcliost littlo gre...

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FARNHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

FARNHAM. B Tho woathor is still vory dry and cold. Prospects :~B for the winter aro anything but satisfactory, Esij B is very much nooded, and, although appoarances in. B dioate a favorable change, thoy invariably prove B decoptivo, and instoad of tho wished-for rain, we get B sovero frosts. Kg Sinco my last, Mr. Look indicated his intontionet B fulfilling his promise regarding tho Mascotte pro. H porty. A managor's residence is now, in course of B erection', and tenders havo been called far sinlinn B now shaft. No doubt in a short timo work will be resumed on a lago Beale, as a battery is to be erected, a reservoir constructed for wator ooneomtion in ' connection thorowith, and un engine and force- ~ pumps placed in position, after which the mine is to bo oponcd up and thoroughly developed, . An accident of a Bomowhateerious nature happen ed hero on Tuesday last, by which Mr. Bon. Sloane, youngost son of Mr. John Sloano, of ' Rosljo,' re ceived a bullet wound in tho side. From part...

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MURRUMBIDGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

MURRUMBIDGERIE, Day by day signs of rain appear, but only to dii H appear again without tho supply of thenocci^ H fluid. As tho fall m Sydnoy has boon heavy wo m»» ' H expect our turn soon. . ' H Mr. F. Moonoy has noarly completed eowicc Li, H crop, and will havo a fair area undor cron tt H year. I may add, ' just here » that his recently M orootcd hall aeoms to be woll patronised for dancina 111 purposos, and tho lovorB of tho 'light fantastin1' El pronounce tno lloor us ' nrst-olaes.' It is rumoured that somo of tho lads aro to be nn H boforo tho court for riotous bohaviour at tlio hotel Gl Mr. T. S. Lovet has boon roquosted to resign from R tho trustoosliip of tho common, aud water reserve Bfl tho roBult of that dreadful monstor, tho snoko in §£§ the grass,' and civil servants please noto this En Mr. Alfrod Smith ia turning out somo firabclass BMP brioks hero. Good judges pronounce thorn m the beit H ? mado in tho district. Mr, Smith cannot set bii m ordors away quick onough at p...

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BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

BODANGORA. Tho usual ' fortnightly meeting of tho Progress Committee waB held last Tuesday. Present : Mesars W. Smith, junr. (chuiiman), W. Shea, \V Sullivan, R. McCormick, R.G. King. C. CiibIioI, C. Bolls und It. G. Peacock. Minutes of previous mooting road and confirmed. Correspondence Letter from tho socrotary to Mr. Haynos, M.P., ro appointing Mr. Wiso deputy electoral offloerj letter from Lands ueparanenii ro survey or recreation ground. .Pro posed by Mr. McCormiok, socondcd by Mr. Shea, and carried, that tho corrospondenoo as read bo re ceived. Tho chairman read a detailed report of the central delegates meeting in Wellington, which was adopted. Tho secretary roported thut the agree ment with Mr. Lowe for the construction of a wind mill for wuter supply at Jawbone hud been signed and returnod to the Minos Department. Proposed by Mr. W. Smith, seconded by Mr. Sullivan, and I carried, that the secretary writo to tho Commission er' of Railways, asking thorn whon thoy purpoBo visi...

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SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

SUNTOP. We got 05 points of ? tho muoh needed rain on Saturday and Sunday laat. It was u steady, soak ing rain, and will do much good to crops alroady sown and up, and also start the ploughs agaiu in the now land. Thero has been a lot of now land cloarcd in this district' this season. Tlio federal mooting which was to bo hold at Mr. Brummoll s on Suturday night last (and postponed on account of tho rain till Saturday, 17th Juno or thoreabouts), no ono attended, it boing too dark and cold. . All should see thut thoy havo their rights and use them on tlio 20th June. Polling placc is at Mr, John T. O'Brien's, Suntop. The Educational Department is treating the Gloneardy residents too bad, in regard to their school. A cold und possibly wet winter is now on, and nowhere to touch tho 20 children now in attendance, but u wot cold hovel. A fire cunnot be made to wurm tho children without tho risk of burning it down, which wus provcu tho other day whan it caught fire. ,

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District News. GOLLANSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

District News. (From our own correspondent.) ? GOLLANSVILLE. Having juat arousod from the lethargy into whioh I had fallen, probably brought on by dry weather, I will now proceed to chroniclo to tho best of my ability sonae of the events which haVn taken plnco in this little corner of God's earth. Of course every one you' meet is lamenting the continued spell of dry weather; but in spite of this great drawback plough ' ing operations aro being pushed forward with great energy. Somo of the local farmers have been clear ing for some time pust, consequently the acreage under cultivation this aeason will far exceed that of previoue years, some ot the principal ones are Mr. D. Gollun, who expect* to have about 520 acres in ; Mesara. Rowo come next on the list with 600 acrea. The same amount ia credited to Mr. A. Rosb. Moiars. D. and J. Boss have about 300 and 200 respectively ; while Messrs. Lockrey Bros., and Mr. T. F. Criok, of Mayfair, total about 500 acres between them. Other smaller...

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TRUE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

TRUE BILL. A young Northumberland miss - . Was asked by her beau for a kiss, _ Demurely contented Sho sweetly consented, ??r. And their lips look exactly like this : But her pa interrupted tho bliss, * And said, ' Who's this young follow, miss P' And without moro ado - ' Tho young fellow flow, And his oyes looked exaotly liko this : - OO . ?

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rav. GiOi Milks) June 11th— Yulluadry, 11 am; Wellington, 7.30 pm ? June 18th— 8untop, 11 am; Ponto, 3 pmj Well ington, 7.30 p m June 25th — Lower Spicer's Creek (Ross*), 11 am; Window, 3pm; Wellington, 7.30 p m Week Days, June 23rd— Geurie. June 25th— Neurea.

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

{To the Editor.) Siu,— Tho '*Evening News' states that a dog j was running after the shoop whonBonjamin Sloane was shot; this statement is not true. Thero were no sheep there. The wounded man was straining wirowhonthobullotstruckhim. Sloane don't know whore the dog was, but Hubbard said ho fired at tho dog, which Sloano belieirs he did, but Hubbard should havo known tho dog. t. s woll as hi* own dog; besides tho dog had a. collar on Hubbard is very recklossin shooting, ho has nearly shot two or threo mon. It appoars ho missed tho dog altogether,, and Jrout through Sloane, within half an inoh of his hoart. Sloane is in a very critical condition yet. Dr. Bray thinks ho will bo able to pull him through , if an abcesa don't set in. . Yours etc; JOHN SLOANE. Stuart Town, Juno 7.

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Poetry PARADOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Poetiy. PARADOXES. . t Fishes aro weighed in thoir scales, And an olophant packs his own truuk j . But rats never tell their own tales, . t.' . And one seldom gets drink on a drunk. \ Dog* eoldom wear their own pants, ?????? ???'? Which fact lays them opon to scorn ; JNo nephew or Dieco fancies ants, ? And a cow never blows its own horn. A cat cannot parse its own claws, No porcupino nibs its own quills ; Though orphan bears still have their paws, A bird will not pay its own bill. Sick ducks never go to a quack, A horse cannot blow its own mano ; v ?»;?'' A ship is not hurt by a tack, v - And a window ne'er suffers from pane.

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Wesleyan Chorcfa. (Rbv. G. W. Fubkbb.) June 11th — Wellington, 11 am, and 7.30 pm; Bodangora, : 3 p m — Rev. G. W. Furner. June 18th— Wellington 11 a m; Bodangors, 7.30 pm— Mr. Campbell. Curra Creek, 8pm;! Wellington, 7.30 pm — Mr. G. Chappell . Neurea, 11am — Mr. Bembrick. June 25th — Wellington, 11am; Bodangora, 3 and . 7.30 p m — Rev. G. W. Furner. Wellington, 7.30 p m— Mr, G. Chappell,

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

(To the Editor.) SlH, — I see by tho report in your lastisauo of tho proceedings of tho Wellington Fodoral League, that my lettor in roply to Mr. Wilkins' invitation to support the federal movomont, afforded tho mem bers present a couple of hearty laughs. For that they owe mo a trifle. Tho nsaortion was aloo made that, Mr. Blackball fought might and maiu for the '98 bill. Also in your eolumn lioadcd ' Local Jot tings. you try to bo funny uud a Iittlo sarcastic at my exponae, aud inform tlie public thut I havo bcou reading 'Dendwood Dick' htorature, and the Daily Telegraph. Allow mo to Buy that I havo only seen one Daily Telegraph during the laBt twelve months, but I must own up to. reading two copies of the Wellington Times wookly. Thoro is also some thing said about keoping Australia for the China men. If tho .Chinamen in Wellington receive no more support from members of the Federal League than from your sorvant, this town will soon be oloni^of them. Even if tho assertion that I s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Artificial Teeth. CONSULT ;,5' ; Larbalestier Bros.,; SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DEUTIST S .. (Members of. the Deutul Assn. of N.S.W.) SYDNEY, NYNGAN, WARREN, VVALGETT, and COONAMBLE. LF YOU WANT Artificial ^eeth that Pit; ' .Teeth without plates, Teeth cleaued, scaled, filled, or Teeth oxtracted WITHOUT TAIN with our local Ana!6thetic Auodone. \ ~ Teeth gold-cupped or crowned,- - \ -Teeth repaired , Teeth fitted by utmospheric suction, Teeth added to present cases, or ? Teeth remodelled or regulated. SETS l'KOJi £1 Is. ; GOLD FILLINGS fhom 10s. Painless Exthaci'ions 2/0. ' ' CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYL, AND GAS ADM INISTE1115D. FEW TESTIMONIALS: ' Warren, J12lb Sept , 1898. - Mussits. Lakbalestieu linos., Dentists. Deau Siks, — I. havo to thank you for the skilful way you extracted lny teeth, I felt no pain whatever — your ttuiestlictic is a great desideratum to thoao wishing !o avoid pain, W. J. Pakkeh, Coach builder, Warron. - ^ . Warren, 13th Soptombor, 1898. It is with great pleuBuro...

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Paitor Isaac Buoq) June Uth— Spicer's Creek, 3pm; Bodangora, 7,80 pm June 18th— Bodangora, 11 a m ; Maryvale, 3pm Geurie, 7.30 p m June 25th— Geurie, 3pn

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Open Column. I [Whilst allowing a roasonablo amount of space for tho exprcusion of tlio various views of our correspondents, ana boing at all timoa willing to'insort tho samo wo do not nocosBarily ondorso thom. |

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

MAIL T(ME TABLE. Mails close at . tho Wellington Post Office, and k«ipfe'there as follows . YirSydney, Bathunt, Mudgce, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, *.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For. Dubbo, Boorke, Nyngan, Maryvale, daily, 7 a.m. ; arrive, 5.50 p.m.' daily. Far Linooln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, Cullenbme, Mudgae, Tuesday and Friday, 9. a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.80 p.m. F«- Comohella, Gollah, Murrungundy, Wednesday / and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, S.30 p.m. Thursday, 4 pm. Sunday. For Font*, -Terrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. For Yeoval, Mt; Aubery, Walma, Parkes, Wednes day, and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday . 4.80 p.m. For Curra Creek,. Bournewood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 B.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4 30 p.m. For Monteflores, daily, 9.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 r/rWuulum.D, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive TueMay and Friday, 5 p.m. ForSuntap, Arthurviile, Tuesday and Friday, 9 - S...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Local Jottings. I Our issue of Monday next will bo largely devoted to Federation. It will contain tho speeclics of tlio' $onp. J. S. Larke and H. Copeland (to bo delivered on Friday night and Sa' urday afternoon respectively) at great length. Mr. M. C. O'Halloran, late of this town, is anxious to take up tho challengo for a public debate, thrown out by ' young man' Holmau. All arraugetneuts ure now mado for the receptions of the Premier, and the Hods. Copeland and Larke. Tbe Premier will bo mot on Saturday morning, Jiino 17, by a body of gentlemen representing the municipal council, and tho local Federal League. A band will be in attendance, and will precede the Premier's carriage to hiB hotel. Mr. Reid will stay at Simms' Royal Hotel dnring his visit to Wellington. It is expected that Messrs. Copeland and Larke will put up at York's Club House Hotel during their Btay hero. Tho election for alderman on Juno 27th is already exciting conaiderafilo interest. It is expectod that there w...

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