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Afraid Of Being Kissed. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Afraid Of Being Kissed. * A man was walking along one load, and a woman along another. The roads finally united and the muu and the woiuun reached the junction at tho same timo, walking from thore thgetlier. The man was carry ing a largo iron keltic on his back; in one hand ho held by the legs a live chicken, iu tne ottier a cane ; uud I10 was lcuaiug a goat. Just as they were coming to a deep ravine, the woman said to tin man, ' I am afraid to go through that ravino with you : it is a lonely place, and you micrht overpowor mo and kisss mo by force.' 'If you were afraid of that,' said the man,' you shouldn't have walked with me' at all; how can I overpower you and kiss you by forco when I have this gi eat iron kettle on my back, and a canuiu one Rand, and a live chicken in the other, and I am leading this goat ? I might as well be tied band and foot. ' Yes,' replied the woman, 'but if you stick your . cane into the ground and tie tho goat to it, and turn tho kettle bottom side up, a...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Coming Events. ' SHOWS. July 2t and 27 : Condobolin P. and A. A;;oeiation Juae 2d, 30, July 1 : NSW Sheep-breeders' As* soeiation Annual Show ? August 9 and. 10: Parkes P A and H Association August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and H. Afsooia* titft. ? ?

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Tho able and singularly impressive ad dress delivered by the Hon. J. S. Larke, Commissioner for Canada, during the pre sent campaign in advocacy of Federation, and settingforth the wonderful progress achieved by Canada under union, have considerably, whetted tho desire of local residents to hear this eloquont speaker. - Entries tire now being received for a billiard tournament to commence at Mr. W. Siinms' Royal Hotel at an early date. The prizes offered are most generous, boing £10, £2, and a bridle donated by Mr. P. Hurley. The entrance money is only 2/6, and the acceptance 1/- ; so eompotitora will havo a chanco of pocketing a vory nice sum of money at a nominal cost.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Some New Geography. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Some New Geography. ' Of what is tlio surface of tho earth com posed ?' — 'Of corner lots, mighty poor roads, railroad tracks, bass-ball grounds, cricket fields,' and skating rinks.' . ' What portion of the globe is wator ' — ' About three-fourths. Sometimes they add a little gin and nutmeg to it.' ' What i»a town ?' — ' A town is a con siderable collection of houses and inhabitants with four or five men who 'run a party'' and lend money ut 15 pet- cent, interest.' 1 What iB a city ?' — ' A city is an incor porated town with a Mayor who believos the whole world shakes when ho falls fiat on a cross-walk.' ' What is commerce?' — 'Borrowing five pounds for a day or two, and dodging tho lender for a yoar or two.' ' Namo the different races i' — 'Horso race, boat race, bicycle race, aud racing around to find u mon to endorse your note.' ' Into how many classes is mankind divid ed ?' — ' Six ; being enlightoned, civilized, half-civilized, savage, too utter, uotwortha cont, and mining expe...

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

FACTS ARE STUBBORN If Wellington people are not convinced by local testimony, they differ from other people Our readers will have noticod how in the past t wo years ' Cures ' multiplied in tho newspapers very fast, and the public aro be coming Bceptical. Facts are demanded, but it has also become essential go know who supplied these facts and where they are from. People will not now accopt incredi ble cures from the other sido of tlio con tinent. They want them from homo. ' Give us somo neighbours then I will be lieve, ' is what is asked for. Doau's B«ok acheKiduoy Pills do this. But bo sure they aro DOAN'S. Call it what you liko, home, local or neighbour's testimony, you can al ways uscertain the truth of it without leav ing the city limits. Mrs Connelly of the Royal Hotel, this town, has presided ns hostess over thut well known establishment for a period of 8 years and is in tho prime of life. Sho gives us the following testimony : — ' I havo been afflicted with Kidney disorder fo...

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On the "Wheel." FROM "ORANGE TO PARKES". [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Ou Uie ' Wlieel.' 'FROM ?« ORANGE TO .PARKES.' -s v — -- ? ? (Contributed.) Tho writer, - whose business takes him wherever civilization deigus to penetrate, „ decided on a trip from ' Oraage to Parkes' , , and after seeing to tho primingB of his .-.jV Naumann,' set out at midday on Tuesday 29tli insl., jnst as a smart shower started, Rigniilizing a heavy road and a wet journey. ...j? W1M1 the protection of a waterproof ' Paua- chnu,' or oyclinir cape,, aided by a Bubstan tinl breakfast of oatmeal and undercut, stoak (capital nenerators of steam in the humnn frame) there was little to fear. The - ;j: '' Forbes road ' was the one taken, and in 40 minutes ' Borenore' was reached. Tho ? 'undulating couutry .intervening, studded , . with homesteads and practically all under . cultivation! and where uncultivated, under grass, was most agreeable to tbe eye and *; ! -refreshing generally. The appearances at 'Borenore' were those usual to a quiet ' : country district — farmers busy with the...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

WILD CILERUY JBAL8AM Is a certain euro for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions df the chest, throat, & lungs. IW' preparation, midi from tho cxpreiied juice of W114 Gamy Bark, in combination with . 'other iagradieatt, will be found the most useful medicine for cheit affections. Prepared and Sold by Aames haynes, W.P.9. (BY EXAM.) Sitp*nsing& FamilyChemist HBDICAl. HALL, fTANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON BBUVAL NOTldE. Kr.E. P. SOLOMON FROM SYDNEY, . Savftcsl and Mechanical ? Dentist, z Wh» hu been in Wellington since January, hM 4Mid«4 to BBIIAIJf PERMANENTLY, and for tke prMint may be consulted at the Club Houib Hotel, Lee 8treet. P1ITATB ROOM ENGAGED FOB SURGERY. mmxsmAL qijTcubbd. Ar*t«lalT«tk on Gold, Vulcanite, etc., made I ° t# so closely resemble the natural ones in color 1 and liftlike appearance, as to render deteetion impossible. ? ? VNTliM FfttiefctM fitted With teeth without extracting old stumps. Cfcilir**'* regulated. HlWt Chuiu treated. TM...

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

s'h, DAWSON, ( Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro perty Act. IS prepared to undertake Sub-division .. Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, J Ac. Address, Wellington. ti WEILMON BUTCHERV ; Sherriff & McCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. - lee Street, Wellington. 4 Beale and do's — ' -m-rEW ' TORPEDO ' SEWING MACHINE p 1\ V undoubtedly TEE Machine of tho Day, jniving aocurcd 1'HItEE FIRST PRIZES at tho late Sydnoy Show, where all known makes wore tSSSSi™ and co- wcrc r also awarded Special Gold Medal for HAPSBURG E PIANOS which aro specially constructed tor tho climato, and which only require tuning about once ^ SSSTaND CO. have invented a Machine which can bo . altered from lock to clmin by simply _ pressing a button. ? ? ' i Terms to suit fyo times. I vuii particulars on application to tlio .Local Agent or tlio Munager, Mb. J.MoMahus Beale and Co., Dubbo. . Ladies' General Nurse. ~ j MRS. F. COLREAVY, having Scoured addition- R al Accom...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D., AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. Cbnrch of England. (Rsv. R. Babby Bbowk, R.D. j aud JohnC. Macdoogai/lV June 11th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H 0) 11 a m and 7.30 j Ponto, 3pm j Gourie, Railway Station, 11am; Comobdla, 3pm; Bodangora, 7pm June 18th— Wellington, 11 a m (H C) and 7.80 p m: Bodangors, 3 pm j Goolma, 11am; Spicer's Creek, 3p m ; Stuart Town, 7.80 p m June 26th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a m and 7.30 pm; Neurea 8pm Suntop,-3 d m . Week Days, Jdne 20th— Wellington, 9am June 14th — Mary Vale, 7.30 p m June 21st— Mumbil, 11 a m (HO) June 21st — Burrendong, 7 p m. June 22nd — Dripstone 7.30 p m June 24th and 29th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C) June 30th — Ponto, 9 a m (H C)

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. j SUBSCRIPTION s 5 /? per quarter, in advance Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3 /? for.first inch of space, and 1/6 for eaoh succeeding) inch per insertion up to a column of space and to ten insertions. Liberal disconnt for standing advertisements. No advertise, ment, however small, less than 2/6 cash, or booked 8 /*. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements ?r paper to be in writing. ' JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed on the shortest notice at lowest prices. . ' ? . THE ' jJt^nmgfan limits ' SEC TEMERE NEC TIMIDE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1899.

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

ik Bachelors9 Bail will be hold at i . DRXP3TONE I On Saturday, June 17th, \ ? Efliciont Music. Kefreahmouts Providod. '1IOKE1S, 2 3 Gd, ? Jap. MoNamee, Promoter.

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LATEST MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

LATEST MARKET PRICES. ; Wheat, 2s lOd ; chickwhoat, 2s 5d to 2s 6d ; chaff, £3 5s to £3 10s ; oats, Is 8d to Is lOd ; lucerne, £3 10s to £5 ; oaten hay, £3 10s to £4 10s ; maize, 2s lOd. Butter — creamery and factory, lOd ; dairy, 8d to 9d ; pastrj, 6§d to 7%d.

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Stock Passings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Stock Passings. A : tolegram from Dubbo. to' the S: M. ildrald .gives ;tho following' stock pae'sings :— 4500 mixed sheep, from Lulla Kookh to Cobbora, Bolgor 'Brot- hers. '.owntrs; 700 fat sheep, from Coulbaggio to Dubho, A. A. West, owner ; mob fat owob, froni Buckenbih to Dubbo, Palmer Brothers ownors ; 200 . fat shoop,_from Benito Homobush, Maoli owner j 1200 store slieou. from Tiuekuntuiv to Tlnhho. flnhli and Co., owners ; 13 fat bullocks froui Dub.bo .to Girilambone, by rail, W.' Palmer owner j '200 fat cattle, from ? Gammin Qammin to ? Dubbd1, V. Dowling owner; 300 fat sheep, from ' Dubbo to Flomington, by rail, West ownor; - 200 fat slioup, from Dubbo to Bourke, Sutton owner; 100 fat sheep, ?from Dubbo to Warrou, W: J. New ownor ; 13 oattlo, 'from Dubbo to Cobar, G. Thomas owner ; 200 fat sheop, from' Breolong' to Flpmirigton, ;H. Blake o\yner, Coslello in ebargo; 190- fat sheop, from Wan.bangalang to Orange,- E-. H. L'iho owner j 1200 fat 8h00|-, ? from Talbragar to Homebu...

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LATEST CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

LATEST CRICKET. The Australians won the match ?agaiust M.C.C. and Grouud, by :8 wickets, i^lffae concluding scores were qb follows :? — M.C.C. — Second Inning. Townsend, b Jones... ... ... 78 Woods, I.b.w., b McLeod ... ' 49 Wrathall, b Jones... ... - ... ? 0 Trott, b Jones ... ... ? ... ' 2 Board, b Jones ... ... ; ? ? 7 Attewell, o Kolly, b McLeod ... 5 Hearne, not out ... ..; : ;Q Sundries..., .. 1^ Total ... ... 230 Bowling — McLeod, 2 for 40; Howell, 2 for 80, Noblo, 1 for 30 ; Jones, 5 for 65. AUSTRALIA.— Second InuitigB. Darling, st., b Townseud ... ... 53 Hill, c Warner, b Townsend ... 2 Noble, not out ... ... , ... Worrall, not out ... . ?».. 2 wickets for ...° ... 124 The scores of Worrall and Noble were not transmitted.

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

NOTICE TO FARMER?. essrs. James Martin aud Company's ? Up-to-Date Farming Implements. 1 Martiu'd Hornsby Double-Furrow Ploughs — con- vertible into three-furrow. I'lio Kangaroo Plough — convertible from two to three. 'The Spalding mid Bobbins' Disc Plough. Lover and Zig-iiag Harrows, Spring Tooth Cultiva tors, Oliuff-Uulturo — Llund, ltorse or Stcum. Horse Gears, from oue to four. Engines — Oil and Stcum. Pumps and Windmills. In fact ull kinds of Implements uud Machinery required. . Should you not buc me pereoDully drop me u lino All correspondence will be punctually attended to. W. G Reinhard, Local Agent. Notice of Removal. J. W. MARSHALL Watchmaker Etc., to tho late - T. S. Cunnington, lias removed to tlie dow premises erected next door to Mil. SATCH ELL'S, A Bolect Btock of entiiely now Watches, ClockB, Jewollery, und Optical GoodB at Sydney prices. Agent for tlio Interchangeable Spectacles. carefully Tested. J.W.M. respectfully solicits a continuance of puet fuvors. Note tho Ad...

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

. ? 'Govcmmont Advertise Federal OoHstitution. , SUBMISSION . TO Ttni KLECTOHS OF NEW ' SOUTH WALES. f ' JT is horcby notified for general information that a 'Writ, has this day been issued in connection with tlio question of the submission of tlio Austra lasian Fedora! Constitution to the Electors,- Q?, Wow South Wales for accoptan-'o or rejection'; and tha^ tho followitig arrangements havo been niadoi for taking the PnlJ in tho | - o rt io r rsf tlUjuf H |- eVuli 1 Colony'. known as the Eiectpral .District of WolliugtQU uuder. tho Parliumoutury lllcctorutea and lilectiuLS Act qf 1893. .-' v ' ' ?' ';i: ' ? ' ; ' ' POLLTNG^rACES:^ ? WELLINGTON — Ballimoro j'- 'Cob'iorali j .' 'Aion*. ? dooran ; Sandy Crook Gollari ; Hili End'j ' Sally's -Flat; Tambaroora , --Uppor Pyramul'r Burrondong ; Stuart Town ; Warne'; Sunto^f Baker's Swamp; Neurea ; Coniobi)lla;&^a Creok ; Geuiie ; Goolrna Greek ; Hummiod i Maryvalo ; ' Mitcholl'B CreyK j Miinibil^^ohto ; Spicer's Creek ? Dripston/; ...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Tlie Weather. It ia gratifying to report that the rain* I fall recorded in onr last iaBao, haa since been considerably augmented. There iB every reason to believe that tho whole of the weetern districts will be more or lesB benefited bf the present downpour. Bourke, Cobar, and Nyngan, and other places sorely in uoed of rain hare bad their share, and, more pleasing to us locally, Wellington hns had an inch, Stuart Town has had a heavy fnll, and in fact the whole of the Welling ton district has bceu visited by the welcome rain. Following are the ropnrts from the various centres Wellington 30 points, Dandaloo 23, Trangie 33, Narromine 25, Mudgee 36, Gulgong 28, Cannonbar 10, Girilatnbone 20, Warren 41, Orange 107, Nyngan 21, Cobar 15, Bourke 9, Byrock 16, Bathurst, 23, Dnbbo 31, Millthorpe ; 25, Goonamble 31, Gulargambone 27, Gilgandra 26, Nymagee 20,: Wanaaring 35, Brewarina 26, Coolabah 20, Walgett 25, Goodooga 26, Peak Hill 45, Coudoblin 13, Eauabolong 10, Mount Hope 8, Tomingly 37,...

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Gold Dredging in N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

GoM Dredging In N.SW. (Contributed.) An article with the above heading, appearing in a recent issue of the 'Times,' and setting out the important results achieved in New Zealand, and the' success which may be predicted from the efforts now being put forth in a similar connection in this colony, has moved me to supplement your remarks with a few suggestions re this important industry.' Let me premise my remarks by saying that I be lieve t am in a position to write on this subject, having had many years experience in an j out of the colony in matters pertaining to this means of obtain ing the precious metal. That' gold dredging in New South Wales is causing considerable excitement is a statement requiring no proof, one has only to look' at the avidity with which shares are being snapped up, to receive a practical demonstration of the truth of it. It can be a matter for no dispute that this industry has come to stay, and in view of the excellent results so far obtained it is only a mat...

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

TELEGRAPHIC (From ouk own Correspondent.) 8YDNEY, Thuebdat, 2 p. m. The leader of the Colonist's antiConven tion Bill League has to-day issued a special manifesto to railway servants. The Union Company has offered £500 reward for information leading to the re covery of the 5,000 sovereigns stolen fiom the Alameda. Mr. Carruthers proposes during the coming session to ask parliament to deal with the question of the colony's forests by special legislation. ' Federalists held a number of highly^' suc cessful meetings last night in the city aud suburbs ; and the anti-billites were not idle. Mr. Lyne secured a vote against the Bill at Newtown. Messrs Wise and O'Connor had splondid hearings at their meetings in favor of federation. The Railway Commissioners are arrang ing for a series of cheap excursions from the country during the forthcoming sheep show on the 29tb and 30th of June, and 1st July. London Wednesday, The N.S.W. Lancers at Islington tourna* ment defeated the 2nd Life Guards t...

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Wellington Federal League. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 8 June 1899

Wellington Federal League. A meeting of the committee of the Wellington Federal.' League wbb held on Monday night in the oouncil chambers. There waa a good attendance, and the chair wan occupied by Mr. F. S. Hegarty (vice president. The minutea of the previous meeting having been confirmed, the secretary read voluminous correspondence received and written since the last meeting. The cor respondence waa received on the motion of Mr. Chauncy, seconded by Mr. MoGtath. .The secretary announced that he had heard from Mr. Frank Clarke, M.L.C.,' to the effect that hiB engagements would prev* ent him paying. Wellington a visit. Mr. Wilkina also stated that the mayor and Aldermen Connor and Kerr and - Mr. Hegartyand himself, had waited on Mr. Criok at the railway station that morning, and he endeavored to persuade that gentleman to ?speak at Wellington, but that he had. been unable to give a definite promise. ; The names of Messrs. Daniel MoVicar, and A. Fairweathar were added to. the list o...

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