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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Great Sale Fruit and Ornamental Trees From SOMERSET NURSERIES, I'arrumattu, At living's Auction Rooms, This Saturday, at 2. DENTISTRY! DENTISTRY! E. E.~HART, DENTIST,. May bo consulted daily at the ROYAL HOTEL, PERCY STREET, WELLINGTON, from 9 a.m. to C p.m. iu ull brunches of Dontistry. . ARTIFICIAL TEETH ou Gold, Vuleunito, &o., guaranteed perfect lit, mastication, and life -liko ap- poaranoo. TEETH filled with Gold, Amalgam, and White Euauiol, painlessly. ' Childrons' Teeth oarofully extracted Is. Teeth Extroctod 2s Gd. Painless Extractions fis The Wednesday Half Holiday Has beon changed for NEXT WEEK ONLY to i Tuesday, Referendum Day. I ' J. F. DENNETT, Hon. See.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

-? A STRONG WOMAN AND A WEAK BACK ARE NEV12R FOUND TOGETHER. When a woman breaks down slio invariably telle you ' hor back gavo out. ' Tho constitutional weak spot in womuukind ia tho kidneys. That is natu ral from tho distribution of woight throughout tho : body in the Boxes. Wonion aro the hoaviost from tho waist down, men aro tlio heaviest froin tho waist up. The ' Smull of tho back,' is much smaller proportionally in women than men.. The kidney's lie under tlio small of tho buck. Hence women sufferers from kidney compluiut aro mere numerous than men, cxcopt where tho occupation of mon exorcisos a constant strain ou tlio kidneys.' But tlmuks to tho science, wherever ' found, aud what ever causo and in either sox, Dean's Backuclic Kid noy Pills will cure .that buckaclie as suroly as you tuko them.' Wo know it and everybody in Well ington kuows it by this timo. Road tho following valuable information from Mrs. E. Lomun, of Swift St., this town, a widow5. Slio says : — '-My buck has...

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Big Things. MARVELS OF NATURE AND ART. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Big Things. MARVELS OF NATURE AND ART. The highoRt mountain range is the HimnlnyhB, tho mean elevation being estim ated at 18,000 feet. The loftiest mountain is Mount EveieBt or GnaviBfluker, of tho Himalaya range, having an elevation of 29,002 feet above the nea level. Tho largest city in the world iB London. Jta' population numbers 4,021,875 souls. 0 New York, with a population of 1,550,000, ? comes .fifth in the list of great cities. The largest theatre is tho opera house in Paris. It covers nearly three acres of ground. Its cubic measure is 4,287,000 feefc. It cost 63,000,000 francs. The loftiest active volcano is Popocat epetl (smoking mountain), thirty-five miles ? . -?. south west of Pueblo, Mexico. It is 17,784 feet above the sea level, and has a crater tbreo miles in circumference and 1000 feet deep. ^ The largest island in the world — which is also regarded as a continent — is Australia. It is 2,500 mileB in length from east to west and - measntes 1950 miles from noith to ...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

iUocal Jottings. . j Tho 'Municipal Council Appeal Court,. UKfii list, the -rates chargeablo on property for. 1899, was called for Tuesday niglit at 7.30 in the Counoil Chaml)ers ; but as thero was not a quorum of aldermen in attendance, tho court was adjourned 'till tho holding' of tlio Appeul Court in tho court-house to-morrow. The Railway Commissiouisrs advertiso cheap excursions to Sydnoy on Monday, 26tli Juno, to enable residents of tho Western districts an opportunity of visiting tho metropolis, uud attending the annual sheop show and saks commencing on tho 29th of this month. Messrs. Thomas and Rotton direct atton tion to tho unreserved auction sale at thoir rooms, Maughau-Btreot., opposito tho Po3t Offico, of tlio balanco of drapery, clothing, etc., also a quantity of now and second hand furniture, harness, otc., next Saturday aftornoou. Tho farmora' markets aro also open ovory Saturday afternoon, when all kinds of farm and dairy produce aro sold by auction. Tho following, t...

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Adam's Apple. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Adam's Apple; How many apples did Adam and Eve eat ? Somo say Eve 8 and Adam. 2f--a total of 10 only. Now we figure 'the! thing out differently. Evo:8 and.' Ada'rtliS also— total 16. Wo think the above-figures are entirely wrong. / If ' Eye 8 -and Adam 82, certainly the total will bo 90. Scientific men, however, on tho strength pf the theory that the antediluvians were a race of giants, reason something like this; Evo 81 and Adam 82 — 163. Wrong gain : what can bo clearer than, Evo 81 and Adam 812, the total was 893 ? If Eve 81lst and Adam 812, would not the total be 1623. I boliove tlio following to be the true solu tion Eve 814 Adam, Adam 8124 Eve — total 893*. Still another calculation is as follows : — If Eve 814 Adam, Adam 81242 oblige Eve — total 82056. We think this, however, not a sufficient quantity. For though we admit that Eve 814 Adam, Adam if he' 8081242 keep Evo company — total 8,082,056. All wrong. Eve when she 81812 many and probably felt sorry for it, but hor compan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

NOTICE TO FARMERS. Messrs. James Martin ancl Company's Up-to-Date Farming Implements. Martin's liomsby Double-Furrow Ploughs — con- vertible into tlircc-furrow. i Tlio Kangaroo Plough — convertible from two to three. Tho Spalding nnd ltobbins' Diso Plough. Lever and Zig-Zug Harrows, Spring Tooth Ciiltivu-. tors, ClmfT'Cultcro — Jlund, Horse or Steam., Horse Gears, from one to four. ? Engines — Oil n'nJ Steam. Ptimpt nnd Windmills. In fact ull kinds of Implements and Machinery required. Should you not see mo personally drop me a lino All correspondence will be punctually attended to. W. Cr. Reinliard Local Agent. Notice of Removal. J. W. MARSHALL Watchmaker Etc., to tlie late T. 8. Oiinnington, lias removed to tlie new premises erected next door to MR. . 8 ATCH- ELL'8, A select stock of onliicly now Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Optical Goods at Sydnoy priccs. Agent for the Interchangeable Spectacles. Sight carefully Tosted. J. W.M. respectfully solicits a continunnco of past favor...

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BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

BODANGORA. (From our own correspondent.) By far the ablost political address ovor dolivored in Bodangora was given -last Sunday afternoon in Heslin's hall by Mr. Henry Copeland M.L.A.- Tho member for tho Philip Division was driven out by Mr. York, of the Club Houso Hotel, and was accompanied by tho Mayor of Wollington (Mr. J. P. Clifford), and soveral other gontlenien. In Bpite of a great contra attraction — which could not be postponed — in the oliape of u football match at Maryvalo betweon Suntop and Bodangora, about one hundred porsons assembled in tho hall, and tho address was listened to with a great deal of interest by all prosont. Mr. Hugh Malone occupiod the chair, nnd briefly introduced tho visitor in a short appropriate speech. Mr. Copoland commoncod his address by a short resume of tho federal question sinco it was first talkod about in the curily seventies until tho late conference of Promiors, and his explanations of different knotty clauscs in tho Amended Bill wero giv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

? Capstan Cigaueties. — Those imported eigarottos are now obtainable from all tobacconists at -Id per packet of 10 ' Tho Fronoh Ministry has resigned, consequent on an advorse vote in tho Houso of DoputiuB on Mon day last, 831 to 173 being tho voting. It ia be lieved thai M. Dopuy rodo for a fall. For Broncliiul Oouglis tuko Woods' Groat Pepper mint Cure, 1/6 and 2/G.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

MR. R. G. PEACOCK has been appointed Agent for, the Wellington Times, for Bodangora and Distriot| and ia authorized to receive Subscriptions and obtain Subscribers and Advertise ments.

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Honour to Whom Honour is Due. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Honour to Wlioin Honour is Due. A Fodoral retrospect by Mr'. Bruce Smithy --ono of bur fororaost and most able political thinkers, ie peculiarly apropos in tho present crisis of Australian history. In Mr. Smith's own word?,'' Now is the ''fittest moment for reminding the people of 'N.S.W., ' of their great indebtedness to the memory pf the ' statesman (the late Sir Henry Parkes), forhis able, ' lofty, and porsistont advocacy of the great cause ' of Uuion.' Tho late statesman first raised his voice in favor of an Australian Commonwealth,' as far back as 1867. The occasion was .the assembling in Victoria of representatives of all Australasia, with the excoption of West Australia. The object of the conferenco was tho formulation of some scheme of union; and. during tho sitting Sir Henry Parkos said amongst other things — ' I think the time has now ' arrived when these colonies ''should bo united fey 'some federal bond of connection. I think it inuBt 'be manifest, to all thoughtful men,...

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Open Column. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Open Column. (To the Editor. ) ! SfB. — It is wondorful the assurance with which our billito friends will mako a statement, and the pertinacity with whicli they will stick to it after having made it. Three times have you through your columns iuformed your readers that I havo proved a turncoat on tho fedoral question; or to quote your own words in your footnoto to my letter that appeared in your last issue, ' that the laughs I complain of were quito according to facts, and were ovokod by the little somersaults he had effooted by coming round to strongly in his viows after going for tho '98 bill with all his heart.' You will perhaps take my word, that the laughs, I did not coin plain of, were not in accordance with facts, and that no little somersault had been turned, add that I openly opposed the '98 bill with all the heart and ability that I am possessed of. It is Bush statements as tlio foregoing, and tho billitcs have been no way backward in dealing them out, tliut muke think ing ...

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Winter Dance Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Winter Dance Club., The first dancc o£ tho season in connection with tho Wollington Winter Dunco Club, was held in tho Protestant Hall on Tnesday night, 13th June. It may be said at the out sot that tho affnir was a brilliant success, both socially and otherwise. There were fully 120 prosont, and tho face of hardly one promiueni person was missing, rue pro gramme — a capital one — was entored .into with great zest, and the general enjoyment aud pleasure were evident. - The floor was in -good order, and thus aided .materially to the success of tho even ing The only objection that the most captious coald take, was to the largo uumber of dancers, there being so many . up on some, occasions that it took some generalship on tho part of tho gcutloinen to steer their fair partners successfully through the throng. But on tho principle t&at 'tho more the merrier,' all 'went well ns the proverbial ' marriage bell*. ' We tender our hoa.rlie'st ^congratulations to Mr. Brown and thd-gout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Go vera ment Ad vertisem t -u U? . ATTENTIONS directed to the notice of Govern . ment Gazetltoi the 31st May, 1899, culling for OBJECTIONS tc£un APPLICATION by J. J. PmLlPfON and Yp 0. ^'BECKETT for permit sion to cliso and put-chase the rood on the North Eastern efclc of the 300 links reserve fur ruilway purposes through C.P.^pgrtion No, 208, Parish of iUickolytrwlgn, County/*pf VLincoln.^ Objections lodged win tho Minister for Lnndfcjfli or bofore the 1st July, B99, will receiveSalrttreration. | WILLIAil HOUSTON, 5a-191. * Under Sdfcretary for Lands. CROWN LAND SALE. AT the Land Office, WELLINGTON, on Friday, 23rd Juno, ut noon the? following ,will bo offered at auction, viz. : — ! 'ortUros 9jirand 93, parish Bodangora, county Lincol i, siwurWf of Bodangora. Areas i—lrd. 31 por. and i ap respectively. Upset prioes : — £5 por loi Ft^tuer pa it iculurvoan bo obtained from tho L« id flgcnt^orY' GazMte ' No. 342 of 23rd April, 18 -9. Terms i-B5 j/r cent, deposit, balance in throe lont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Tho reliable Family Remedy, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and. Colds, 1/6 aud 2/0# ' . ^ Tlio Australian brod horse, Form by Cranbrook, won tho Lowes Springs Hundieup, ou Juno 10t!i, of 300 bovs. Woods' Great Peppermint Curo for Coughs and Colds, novor fails, 1/6 and 2/G.* A disastrous firo has occurred at tho shipbuilding works of Sir W. G. Armstrong,. Whitworth, and Company, Limited, at Elswick, Nowoastle-on-Tyno. Tho dumago'is estimated at £1200,000. Two' thousand workmon havo boon thrown out of employment. A Boon to cigarette smokers, Wilis' colebratod imported ' Capstan ' eigarottos /I'd per paclot of 10. Tho libol action Woodhill versus tho Daily Telegraph ' rosultod: in a vordiot of £200 for tho plaintiff. For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Groat Poppormiut Cure, 1/G und 2/G,* Unequuilod'uud Inyinciblo Woods' Groat Pop. permint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 aud 2/6,*

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Wesleyan Cliurcli. (Rev. G. W. Fubnbb.) Juno 18 th — Wellington 11 am; Bodangora, 7.30 p m — Mr. Campbell. Curra Creek, 8 p m Wollington, 7.30 pm — Mr. G. ChappoU. Neurea, 11 am — Mr. Berabrick. Juno 25th — Wollington, 11 u: j; Bodangora, 3 aud 7.30 p'm — Rev, G. W.'Furner. Wollington, 7.30 p in— Mr. G. Chappoll.

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

Presbyterian Churcb. (Rkv. Geo. Milnk) Juno 18th — Suntop, 11 a m ; Ponto, 3 p-m; Well ington, 7.30 p m June 25lh — Lower Spicor's Crook (Robs'), 11 am; Windora, 3 p iu j Wollington, 7.30 p m Week Days. luno 23rd — Gourie. Juno 25th— Neurea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5/-' per quarter iu advance Booked,' 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of spaco, and 1/G for each succeeding inch per insertion up to a oolumn of spaco and to ton insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise ment, however small, less than 2/G cash, or booked 3/-. All orders for discontinuanco of advertisements or paper to be in writing. JOB PRINTING-- of all ' descriptions exocutod on tho shortest notico at lowest prices. f,jl|itTfwgf«ro fftHMfs' ? NEC TEMERG NEC TIMIDE THURSDAY, JUNE 15,. 1899.

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

| Baptist Churcb, Bodangora. (Pastor Isaac Bo go) June 18th — Bodangora, 11 am ; Mary vale, 3pm Gourie, 7.30 pm juno 25th — Geurio, 3 pm

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District News. WARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

District News. WARNE. (From our own correspondent.) _ A debating olub was inaugurated horo a fortnight sinco, and tho members unanimously decided to debalo that all-absorbing topio ' federation ' on Friday night, 9th inst., but owing to paucity of attondanco on tho opposition sido and the absonco of tho leader, tho dobato was adjourned for a week, when it is to bo hopod a groatcr number will put in an appearanco and thus show that tho intorest manifested at tho two preliminary mcotings hasn't waned. Suroly tho mombers of suoh an cssontiul club — from an intellectual point of view — will not allow it to dio so soon after its inccDtion. Tho question beforo tho Houso was : — That it is undesirablo for Now South Wales to federuto with tho other colonics under tho Convention Bill us amended at the recent conference In Melbourno. From what I can glean tho returns hero wilt show about two to ono against federation. How ever, 'tis difficult to say for certuin, us tho polling bus often prove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 15 June 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Euoulypto on oarth. Lord Carrington's friend in Ik i - 1. rmU W01'^'8 remedy for chest cuniuluiuts. ilio ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. Jiiit noto woll Euculyptf, not Eucalypti.

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