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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

The reliable Family Remedy, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo for Coughs and Colds. 1/6 and 2/c.*' -.-? - ? ? .- ? .' ' ? ??'?; v' ?'.,. ' Tho following playors have been selected to re present Suntop Warrior F. C, in the competition match, Suntop v. Burril Creek :— J. P* Doird, D. Kennedy, F. Kennedy, C, Bracken, J. Priest, E. J. Braoken, F. Bruce, P. Reidy, J. Jarman, J.Reidy, J. Prinmer, H. Porten, T. Porton, W. O'Malley, J. Dowd. :?? ? ' ' ' ' ?'?? 31;1''' '?? Woods' Groat Poppormint Cure for Coughs and Colds, never fails. 1/0 and 2/6.* The total rainfall for Wellington, since the 4th Juno was made up as follows :— June 4th, 50 points ; 5th, 12 points; 7th, 1 point; 8th, 80 points; 9th, 2 points; total 1)5 points. Although light, the farmers aro jubilant at tho iuoreasod nrospcoti of a good season. More rain is anticipated.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

THE COURTS. ' Special Licensing Court— June 16. Quarterly Licensing Court— July'21. s District Court— Quarter Sessions— June 30. (Last day for entering plaints, June 17).

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

Markets. Messrs Thomas and Rotton report holding their first market on Saturday last 3. here vuii gbod af t'en'dnnce of : -buyers and biddin)? fairly' brisk The following are prices realised. ' Poultry — Fowls, small. 2/- to 2/1 per pair; Pigs, small, weaners, 6/ each, pumpkins, 1/6 to 3/6 per doz. It -id'- the in tention of the auctioneers to hold market sales every Saturday, when farm and dairy produce, , of . evcrj description, lire stock, vehicles, furniture, H»rr ness, farming implements, etc., will be iolA'.' ' . I .Prices supplied by I. Bergman & Co., Wellington —Sheepskins 5}d. per 1b. j.liides 2d. to 3d. per lb. ; opposum skins 69. per dozen'; horsehair Is. per lb. ; beeswax 9d per lb. — : ? The following were the . prices for ; New South Wales produce in Sussex-street Sydney^ on. Satur- day:— ' ' . :' . .... , ; Wheat.— N.S.W., milling, 2s lOd to ,3s Id; second quality, 2$ 8Jd. ? ' Flour.— N.S.W.,£6 Cs 6d to £7 per ton iVic.v£6 10a to £7 2s 6d; S A., £6 10s to. £7 ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN. R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

CHUBCH SERVICES. Chnrch of England. .. (Ret. R. Babby Bbown, R,D. ; akd John C. Maodougali.). ., June 18th— Wellington, 11 a m (H 0) and 7.30 p mi Bodangora, 3 pm ; Goolma, lla m ; SpicerV Creek, 8 p m ; Stuart Town, 7.30 p m June 25tfi— Wellington, 8.30. a m (H C), 11 am and 7.30 p m ; Neurea 3pm Suntop, 3pm Week Days. ' June 20th— Wellington, 9 am Juno 14th— Mary Vale, 7.30 p m June 21st— Mumbil, 11 a m (11 C) June 21st — Burrendong, .7 p m. June 22nd— Dripstone 7.30 pm - ?..???-??-?' »:?:.?;'?..???-?:?. June 24th and 29th— Wellington, 8.3Q a : m (H C) June 30th— Ponto, 9 a m (U C) ? : ' ?'

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA f. CAMBRIDGE UNIVEBSITr. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.— First inninen. Wilson, lbw.b Noble ... ...;.'. ... 12 Moon, c Noble, bHowell... ..... ';?;. ? ... 138 Stogdon, b Noble, ? ' :-.;.??;.. 43 Day, c Darling, b Jones .. ' ..; . . .,., ,„ 17. Jesnop, b Howell ... ' ...' ... . ,.,.\r ,.; 13' Winter, b Howell... ' ... ...' ;.;-' ' ,. 16' Blaker, c Howell, bMcLeod .;.J ':' *'.::T. ;.. 26 Taylor, b Howejl ... ..^ ... '--'M'-'-''';.; 110 Penn, Ibw, b Noble ... ? ..-,- ' .?^y;.f-- \., 21 Hind, c Worrell, b Noble... ?? ...-- !4i^ - ;.; 2 Hawkins, not out... ... ._ ... .- ?..ij'.,,. ?.,-... 11 Sundries : ? ?--??. %? ''?' -v 2? Total .:. ? ... ? ...? ? ??„. '?? ''if1 ??''??; ;-; '436* ?Bowling Analysis.— Howell, 4 wickets' for 91 Noble; 4 wickets for 105 ;' M'Lcod, 1 -for 68 : Jones 1 for 124. ? v .-.-. AUSTRALIA.— First innings. , ' .,. ,Darlins,ib:llind -.; '??-!:. '' ...' '.,.''' ' ,'.i ! 0 Worrall, c Wilson, b Jessop ... -;;?'- oil... ', 8 Hill, c Hawkins, b Jpssop ? - ? ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

WJLD CilERItY BAJjSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Golds, \ Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from the expressed juice of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ' . ) ingredients, will be found the most useful medicine for chest affections. Propared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, ?^ M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) ? Dispensing& FamilyChemist MEDICAL HALL, ,lv NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE.' Mr. E. P. SOLOMON FROM SYDNEY, Surirtcal and Mechanical Dentist, Who has been in Wellington since January, has : ' ?. decided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, «nd for tbi present maybe consulted at the Club House . Hotel, Lee Street. MttVATK ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. XEtTJULLOIA CUBED. Artificial T»t)th on Gold, Vulcanite, etc., made to to closely resemble the natural ones in color and lifelike appearance, as to render detection . .-impossible. ? *? ? ? ' ' ; JterTOttl Vftttetttl fitted with teeth without extracting old stumps. Child...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

& H, DAWSON, |C Licensed Surveyor, ? (Specially Licensed under the Real Fro- r v ? ? . porfcyAct. TS prepared fco undertake _ Sub-division - J_ Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels, JJ ,. Ac. Address, Wellington. t take WELLNIGTON -]Jg), BUTCHERY jj* Slierriff & McCormick, B] . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY ^ , BUTCHERS. . . ' Lee Street, Wellington. ^ealeand Co's 1* is l~™£gE£ FiRST PRIZES at tho. S^TsbowHS/aU known mokce wore exhibited and put in tho shaae. pressing tt button. * Agent orP'.e Manager. Mu. J.MoMaots Bealo and , Co., Dubbo. ? ? ? ' . '~l^iesr^eneral Nurse. ^ MRS ^COLREAVY, having secured addition- '?«« .I Accommodation, is. prepared ;to.. receive ™ persons do8iro«B of .toying* in Wellmgton for frJ ^WKs'rctivedfor their ACCOUC1IMENT, or .til waited on at their.own Residence. &e Note the Address— ' ' and MRS. F. COLRRAVY, KENNARD STREET, WELLINGTON. * (Opposite qoofls-'Shed.) ? ^Sn Wellington ^ . PER^i-rill^T, WELLINGTON, - . J (Next Connolly's ...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at the Wellington Post Office, said . arriTe there as follows :— ' ? ''- ?_; For Sydnoy,- Bathurst, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart Town, daily, 6.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. For. Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Maryrale, daily, 7 -.?'.'. a.m: j arrive, 5.50' p.m. daily. ? Tor Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, Cullehbone, Mudgae, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrivey Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. For Comobella, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, '?''': ?.'. 4 pm. Sunday. ?':?.??'?? - ? ? For route, Terrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arriTe, Wednesday and Saturday, 430 p.m. TorYeoval, Mt. Aubery, Walma, Parkei, Wednes day and Saturday, 9 a.m.; Monday and Friday v 4.S0p.m. . For Curra Creek, Bournewood, Wednesday and .Saturday, 9' a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, 4 80 p.m. ..;?.. For Mootefiores, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 -. p.m. ?:? . ??.?' :?? '? ?'?' ?' - - .'' ' ' For Wuuluman, Tue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS. Wb want a correspondent in every centre of popu lation in the Wellington district. We also want reports of all the Farmers' Unions, and all matters., of interest. Noto this and lot us hear from you. fVAny subscriber not receiving the paper regu larly will greatly oblige us by sending notice at once

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BODANGORA [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

BODANGORA. ^' vilr. Cppeland addr«8ied the electors of Bodangora on Sunday aftermoon. ' A football match interfered f.ith the attendance, still tlrtre were about 80 pre sent.. Mr. .J. Moran occupied the 'fcH'air, and' tho meeting was orderly and attentire. - On a tote being taken, only five hands werejield up against flie bill. A report of the' speech will appear in our next Issue.

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WUULUMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

WUULUMAN./,, ?'? Several members of the Wellington. Federal League, piloted by the ',Abel ': sectary, Visited Wuuluman in the interest i of the Federal Convention Bill, and. were most hospitably received by Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. ^ After disoussion of .the pros and cons it was unanimously decided that. eath. -man holding the right of franchise' should .exerc.i-e it, and all those present decided to say '? yes ',and. not 'no' when called on to vote on '20th June. ' ' ' : ? -'?''? '

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, MONDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

TELECjt-RAJPHIC (RtOM our own Correspondent.): SYDNEY. Mondat. 3 p. m. A big demonstration against the Federal Bill has been arranged to take place in the Town Hall on Friday night. The Legislative Council in Queensland has de; cided to postpone further consideration 'of the Federal Bill, in order to see the result of the re ferendum in New South Wales on June 20th ? Queensland is not likely to oomein without* New 'South Wales. '. .... ... The steamers Hauroto and Mono wai .were quite unsuccessful in tUe'ir search' for the missing Perth shire, en route to New Zealand. ' At Condobolin several carriers have lost their horses after feeding on imported chaff. Balls of chopped twine were found in the animals' stomachs. While playing football in Brisbane, on Saturday, a young man named' Christmas dropped dead. . Some spirited federal meetings were held on Saturday night in city and suburbs. London, Sunday. Tho attitude of Great Britain towards the Trans vaal is being supported by the cont...

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

Local Jottings. . On Saturday G. Robbards ran T. Brummell a foot-race of 130 yards. - Brummell was in receipt of. 7 yards start, and the stakes were £20 a«ide. After going 100 jards Robbards lud, caught hii opponent, and -therefore after going on easily won by a couple of yard*. There were 200 or;:WO present to witness the contest, which took, place at wiiat is called Junction. Park.-: ' '. ' ' ? . -.. ?? ? '? We understand that Mr*. \V. Robinson, who ha* been very, unwell for some time past, has had to go. to Sydney to undergo an operation. Mrs. Robinson left nare last week in charge of Mrs.- Fletcher, and is now in the Lewisham Hospital. She ia well and favorably' known here, and is related to Mrs. York, Mr. T. Wilson, and Mr. J. Breeze. Bodangora played Maryvale football yesterday, and won by 8 points to 5. . . Unequalled and Invincible Woods' Great Pep permint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 and 2/6.* The Wellington team goes to Orange oh Saturday to play a local team in the firs...

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District News. CURRA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

District News. (From our'own correspondents.) CURRA CREEK. mo rain wlueli hns been so long looked for and expected, by both pastornlists and farmers came nt lust, and will prove Tory; beneficial, i»peci»lly to the nrmers, whose operations were at- a° standstill owing to the drynew of the land.' Ploughing and sowing will bo carried on with a fresh vigour, and if the remainder of the season grows favorable for sowing, there will be a much 'larger area of land un der wheat crop this season than any previous year. - Federation is causing little or no ; Vsdmmptibn or I suppose in a few days time wewiir.be calied on to decide one of the greatent events id the history of the colonies, and no doubt then the greater nuni ber of our votes will be recorded foV unity with tho sister colonies. ? '- ^-'^ - ? ?' ? In my last report I mentioned the recovery of Mrs. A Rich from a severe attack of illiicss : siDce then she has been subjected to a very severe attack for rheumatic fever. She is now pro...

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LATEST MARKET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

LATEST MARKET PRICES. Sxdnby, Thursday, 3 p.m. Wheat, 2s lOd to 8s t cbiokwheat, 2s 5d to 2s 6d \ rnaire, 2s 8d; lucerne, £3 10s to £5; oaten hay, £3 10s to £4 IBs | chaff, £3 5s to £3 15s; buttor, creamery and factory, lOd; dairy, 8d to 9d; pastry, 6|d to 7d.

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. EURNE[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

Wesleyan Church. . IRkv. ftl W. ITnnvitii.^ June 18th— Wellington 11 a m; Bodangora, 7.30 pm— Mr. Campbell. Curra Creek, 3 pm; Wellington, 7.30 pm — Mr. G. Chappell. Nenvea, 11 am— Mr. Bembrick. . ? June 25t'a— Wellington, 11 a tu ; Bodangora, Sand 7.30 pm— Rev. G. W. Furner. Wellington, 7.30 p in— Mr. G. Chappell.

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Gbo. Milhb) June 18th— Suntop, Ham; Ponto, 3pm; Well ington, 7.30 p m .....;??' June 25th— Lower Spicer's Greek (Roes'), 11 am; ' Windora, 8pm; Wellington, 7.30 pm Week Days. June 23rd— Geurie. June 25th— Neurea.

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The Federal Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

The Fcoeral Outlook. (Contributed.) It is buiiiK mnde more convincingly apparent as ench day goes by, that the anti . federalists, in holding out for a long period to elap30 between the parliamentary accep tance of tho Enabling Bill and its snbmittul to the constituencies, were weaving a ropo for their own political necks. Every day that rocs by now gives tho ftionds of Australian unity opportunities to expose and blast the dis-.riicoful tactics of abuse and misrepresentation resorted to by the ' ' Telograph'-cum - McLanrin - cum -Tommy :;,.,. Dodd opposition. The country is now being ,: ? canvassed throughout its limits by men in ,:. whom . New South Wales has every confi .-:'; ? dence, men above tho suspicion of being mere sordid place-hunters, and in whom barns the desire alone of achieving for this continent a consolidation which will band it together as ono grand country, in which all men will call themselves brothers, and which will cause it to take its stand side by side with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION - 6/- per quarter in advance Booked, 61'. ?.?????? ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, and 1/6 for each succeeding inch per insertion up to ft column of space and to ten insertions'. Liberal. discbunt for standing advertisements. No advertise ment, however small, less than 2/6 cash, or booked 3/-.' All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or paper to be in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed on the shortest notice' a't lowest prices. ? ?:.?'??' ?'?? V THE \ ... ,- : ??JttJcfTTiiiqfo.t^imcs ' ^_ ? ^REC TEHEEE NEC T1MIDB : MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 12 June 1899

Tho Government Quxetto, of Jaue 2ud, ^ announces that the lease of private lands, 4 aorcs 6 roods 10 perches, to H. Cole at Wellington, under the provisions ot the ' Mining on Private Property Act, is declared void. It also contains a notification to the effect that J. Kino's gold-mining loaso of 16 acres at Stuart Town is ulno annulled. - - Tha itetmer Duke of Portland, which it about to ?ail from London for Queensland porti, takes out for Brisbant 400 emigrants, including 150 lingl* girlf. Mr. A. Griffiths, of Eillawarra, Upper Uannin|- 1 had a cow whiek gaye birth a few days ago to a calf with one body, two headi, fertn legs, and oho Uil. It lived for some time aftor birth. The man who whispers down a woll, About tho goods he has to eqll, Won'* reap tho gleaming golden dollars, Liko ono who climbs a trooand hollers ; ~ Tho man that lets u cough alone, That wears him down to skin and bono, Won't be in health so sound and sure, As he who takes Woods' Great Poppormont Curo. On June ...

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