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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. (Before Mr. T.C.K. McKell, P.M.) JAMES McGRATH v. COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

AV«?115isgt-isj Police Court. ; ... - Fbiday, Junk 10. . ... ..;'.? . ('Boforo Mr. T..3. K. UoKoll, P.M.) . JAMKB JtcOUATII.V. OOLLINti. Mr...Hooarty for. planliff, and Mr. Bnssctt for dofciHliiiil. . . ? . This' wiis a clmrgo preferred iigainst Collins for trespassing oii the hir.d uf McGrathat Liucoln, on' :25tK May lu.«l. Janica McQralh depoaud : Ho was tlto ownor und occupier. of land nt Lincoln. Ho reinninbercd Iho 25,tli Miiy.' lust, on whioh' -l«t« (lefeudant camo to hiin uudViuiU;;! to figlit him. ' JJo told -him to go 'home, as ho'diii not want auy row. Dofcndaut had 'no authority to I'lit'er \\i» land; : ?^Ju cross- lixiiimiiation— admitted defendant came over to seo him about sonic goats that \vcrp on the property. Did not above dofondant into tho creek, oniy touched him. Dofeudant hud called him tiamcp. Ho considered tho land extended to the uiiddle of tlio crook. Had bought the land from tho. Bank of- Australasia.:- Ho was in occupation of all laud fenced in us pur sket...

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WELLINGTON v ORANGE 'OUR BOYS.' [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

WELLINGTON vORANGE fQUR BOYS.' On Saturday last a team' fr'om: 'Wcllirig1- ton journoyed to Orango to pla'y their: first mutch iii conneclion with tho junior '66m .petition, arranged- by the l1Oentralj Western ?Rugby ' Football- Union) Wolliiigtrin -;wais' represented by' a--ipery: ?strbug-;\fe'tfm.i''t-',tidi ? woie1 sanguine of 'gticecss.'' V'-Atter'''av'fc'iv' Jjdurs pL'asunt riding1 in What is familiiirly ' known'-ns tho ' Limerick,' Orahgo was'duly reached at 2.15 p.m., and the tho loam ad journed to 'Oompsoy's Hotel for lunqlieou.' Sharp 3. p.m. play was commenced. ' ; J. Ho\vie: 'captained for Wellington',' and C. .Gardiner occupied u'siinilar posit ion for Orange. Boys. Wellingto i played a; bril liaui. game from -tho start, and showed themselves more than a mutch for:'their opponents ; those showing out most pro miuently being Keauo,- Robinson, and O'Mara. The match provided a lively con test from start to finish. Iu the first half Wellington bad secured 13 points toOrange ...

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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

!.';- Warcku's Court.-; ,:r :.;f,:W:, .'? Inquiry under Section II., Bubsoelion D, to assus'; aniqurit. of deposit lor compcnstilion, for. permission t» niin'o on privato lands : — : 't?- ; '}:-^:' ' 'Land owricd by M. A. Murlin, Wuuliihiaii-r,ap-: pliennt, Alfred Richard Tucker; amount of duWgos assosscd and routul for liirco months;-£2 ! and VO/^ro-' :spectivoly, ' ' '? '?'-'-! _;'::,:Jk?i'%-^'-::^:i Lund ownod.by M. A, Martin,: Wuulunian-f (ip-. plicantj Joh n Horun j amount uf - rininii go's'*:; ase'cissVd '? and rentiil fof throe months. £2 iindiO/-'rt'sni!('t,ivnlv: ;. Land own'utl- by M. A. Martin, /; WuuliiVniin-T-' upplicautj John Peter Sohons ; : umouiit'bf .damiigtjs aestJssod.and.reutal for three-months/: £2. and 2e:6d respectively.- .. '.-?..?...?': -/if-;:';i:'^;3-;;, '.' 1 ; Lund owned by Samuel Taylor, /Gqonoq-— appli- cant,; Thomas Higgins,- juti., .amount of 'dan'ages assessctl. and,, rental for three' mouth*, £2' uii 10s; respectively'.. ? '??? ''. :'?'',; ''? ;.'...

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Licensing Court. (Before Messrs. T.C.K. McKell, P.M., and E.A. Smith, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

. ;;';';:'ii;'IJ'.:i-iceMsiug Court. :- -*: '-' y/: jCBifbro Stcf'srs. T. O. K. McKell, P.M., und E. A. 1 '? ' ?.'??'? Sinitli, J.P.) . .? = ? ...The f6H'o.win-! were granted a ronewul of their licqnseB; there being no objections : — T. U.' York, jW.ni. Simnip, John Connor, S. M. M. Wells, W. H. ?Biirlbw, Thos'i Cashraan, J. Poolo, M. P. Murning, J.'ShdtlilT, K. Robinson, B. Bruckon, G. Bailey, E. Fletclior, and C. H. 8ifgins. '.?;.''

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

TELEGRAPHIC (Prom our own Correspondent.) SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p. m. Through an explosion of dynamite diirt vidKos at Mangaweka, Now ' Zealand a laborer named Carter was blown to pieces. ' At the conference of the New Zealand commercial men, held at Auckland, it was decided to urge Now Zenlaild to en tor the Australian federation. At Wa'rraoknalJea!, Victorin, the remains or a Hindoo who died at.tho local hospital were publicly ? cremated yesterday by his countrymen. . Tbo steamer Taluno picked up the lqnfj missing steamer Perthshire on Tuesdny; negotiation wore somo nrranged, and the long towing voyage'of between 600 and 700 railoa waB commenced tho weather was most uufavorabloj fierce winds and danger ous seas imperilling both vessels., The Talune stood the strain splendidly, and brought the Perthshire safely into Sydney Harbour at 7 o'clock thia morning, after one of the most remarkable feats of towing ever- known. Tho amount of salvage is roughly estimated at about £20,000,' of whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

' TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS. t®*Any subscriber not receiving the paper rogu laily will groiily oblige ub by sonding-notioo at once -h* ?'.''....'..

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Football. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

Football. r ??;??. ..-':?? FIXTURES. - ?' : June 20— Wellington v Orange, at Wellington. v Juno 25 — Burroll Creek v Bodangora, at Dickerton. July 1— Burrell Crook v .Wellington, at Wellington. July 8— Wellington v Suntop, at.'Suqtop. July 23— Bodangora v Suntop, at Bodangora. ''. .

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 19 June 1899

Local Jottings*. '- Don't forget that to-morrow (Tuesday) is REFERENDUM DAY, and record your vote for natioual federation. . Vole YES, aud feel the satisfaitlori obtained from a good deed, well done. Wo expect an immeuso majotity (20,000) in New South Wales, but every vote should bo recorded. It never does to bulitflo an enemy. The poll will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Everybody entitled should have their right ready, and USE IT. ? , Parliament is expected to moot on tho 11th or the 18th of riext month. : .. A. R. Cbui'LAND, Hairdresser, has reiiiaved next dopr to Olius.'Siyan's,- where Iid'hiny be soon^(pr the. next six weoks,«-i)imdiug. ilft building of liis.now premises.* ;. -.- . '-: .- * ?', kr'. '?'* ?-' The steamer Perthshire Was' towed 'into Sydney Harbor, by the Taiune, this morn ing. She has been out 56 days. Mr. Haynes arrived in town to-day and is expected to- speak to-night. ' ^.. * Mr. Boyoe visiled Hill End on Juno 15tb, iu place of Mr. T. R. Bavin, who was unable t...

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"Mayflower" Social. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

~ « Mayflower » Social. 1 The first of a Beries of winter socials, promoted by Mr. E. J. Cadden, wna held on referendum night iu the Band Hall, and ' proved a most successful affair in every way. The floor was in capital order, aiid coudnced matorially to i.lie evening's enjoyment. There were fully fifty couples present, aud if one could jud«e from appear nuces tliuy were all bnviui: a good time. Some of tho drcBses worn by tho ladies were very pretty 1 — in keeping with theinselvos — and thoir | briubt looks and tnsteful costmneB lent 1 quite a gay and.animatcd nppearaneo to the 1 sceno. Tho music was good, and the M.C. | indbfatigpble The supper was nicoly 1 arranged, and did credit to those iu whoso | hands' the catering arrangements were. 1 Dancj.n-» was kept up till 3 or 4 in the | moi'uing' when tho-company dispersed after | a very pleasaut eveniug. The next of theso ^enjoyable socials is promised in about threo f week's time, and those who were there ou \ Tuesday night arc lo...

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BODANGORA PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

BODANGORA PROTEST. I Tho Bodangora Football Club lins pretost ed against tho match played on the 18th instant, being ' awarded to Wellington They complain that members of tho Wel lington team wero continually off-side, and for this breach of tho rules they wero only C awarded ' three frco kicks.' Another 1 ground for objection was, that tho visiting I team in their dribbling rushes, continually | used both hands and feet.. Bodangora is || not vory likely to have its protest upheld, || wo should think, as the Umpire is tho final |1 arbiter in all theso matters. H

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ENGLAND v SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

ENGLAND v SYDNEY. | Tho, second Sydney match of tho proaont f touE_of tho English team in Australia was I played on Referendum Day, and resulted I in auother win for the visitors. This match I was against a toam representing the Metro- I politan Union, which was represented by f what was generally recognized as its strong- I est combination. The game was a i/ivoand I take one all through, and neither sido could claim to have had much tho advintoge. Soon after commencing Bncher socurcd a a try for the Englishmen, the kick for goal failing. Thoy again scored through the \ modium of Jarman, Adamson this timo con verting. For Sydney Carson secured a try, f Row converting it into a. goal, leaving the \ score at 8 points to 5 whon the whistlo was I blown. v ;-v. — ? The following team has been picked to represent Australia against tho Englishmen on Saturday :-t-R., McCowau — back; 0. Whito, F. Row, S. A. Sprngg— three quart era; W. T. Evans, P. Ward— five eighths; A. Gralton — half; J., C...

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FOOTBALL SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

FOOTBALL SMOKE CONCERT. Iu the evening a ' smoko ' was given in honor of tho visitors, at the. Royal Hotel. Tho . large, room was crowded, fully sixty being presoi.t. Recitations, songs, and rattling ohorusea, mado up a splendid night's fun. Mr. J. P. Clifford took tho chair, and all local supporters of tho gamo were in evidence. The supply of liquor was plentiful, nnd the oniovment beeamo fast aud furioria. Tho Orango lads proved thoy ha,d some pretty fair talent amongst them, aud there 'weren't any Hies on 'our boys.' Short addresses wero made by Mr. Clifford, Mr. Long, and others, and a vory pleasant night indeod was spont. Soveral of tho visitors wont round to the Band Hall social lator on, aud did a littloof . ? : ? : ? 'T the ' light fantastic too ' trippiug for an f hour or so. \ Thoy loft Wellington about 3 a.m. by tbo early morning train. During thoir stay li0v0 they showed thomselves to bo a ronliy fin0 lot of fellows, nnd tho wish is general that ! they may bo enablod to ...

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THE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

THE PLAY. , . Orange kicked off, and the ball was., -wjell taken aud returned ; several nice pieces of play -tlieu. ensued, the ball travelling up and down the ground, and honors being about, even, until Norman Smith receiving a pass out from tho scrum mado a fast dodgy run', and being tackled close to the 'lino passcd'to O'Mara, who got over and touched behiud the posts. Smith's kick did not add to tho score. 3— nil. In play again, tho Waratahs ' made things very willing, and after a -serios of nice passes Coulson got over Ifor them. 3 — 3. Shortly after Orango had a free givon against tliem within kicking distance, and G. Bouffler by a nice kick increased his side.'s' points' to 6 to 3. At. this stage of the gaino Orange displayed better form than their opponents, and many thought it was ' all over .-bar shouting,' a boliof ' which was apparently confirmed shortly after, , when. ;G._ Bouffler kicked a goal from a mark, making the scoros— 10 to_3. This was the state of the game whe...

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

Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestier Bros. \ ? SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DBlsTTIS^S, . (Members of the Dental Assn. of N.S.W.) SYDNEY, NYNGAN, WARREIN, WALGETT, and COON AMBLE. IF YOU WANT ? , Artificial Teeth that Fit, . Teeth without plates, Teeth cleaned, scaled, filled, or Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with our local Anesthetic Anodcnc. Teeth gold-capped or crowned, - ? .Teeth repaired, Teeth fitted by atmospheric suction, Teeth added lo present oases, or Teeth remodelled or regultffed. SETS l'ltoM £1 Is. j GOLD FILLINGS ruoM 10s Painless Extinctions 2/(5. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYL, AND GAS ADMINISTERED. .FEW TEsTTIoNIALS: Warren, 512th' Sept, 1898.. Messiis. Laebalestieu Bros., Dentists. . Deau Siks, — I. have to thank you for tho skilful way you extracted my teeth, I felt no pain whatever — your anojsthetic is a great desideratum to those wishing to avoid pain. W. J. Parker, Coach builder, Warren. Warren, 13th September, 1898. It is with great pleasure that I certify you ex trac...

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

Tho reliable Family Remedy, Woods' Orest 1 Peppermint: Curo for Coughs and Colds, J/u | 2/0.* i CArsxAN imported Cigahuttks are put up w | both medium and mild strength and are obtmnu | at all Tobacconists for 4d por packet of 10. ^

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WELLINGTON v. ORANGE WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

WELLINGTON v. ORANGE WAR AT AH. . Tho following were the respective teams: Wellington — Back : Robinson ; three quarters: Bruce, Wright, Smith; five-eights: Howio (captain), Robinson; half: Dempsoy ; torwards : Keaue, Voecli, Jennings, O'Brien, O Mara, Quirk, Woaver, McKay. Orani{c — Back: Lawler : three-quarters: Ilamer, Gillespie,- Daloy; fivo-eiglits : Bouffler' (captain); half: Coulson; forwards: J. Boufller, MoFaydob, J. Collings, J. E. Collins,' Crossmau, Eyles, West, Boyle, R. Lawler. This -match, played ou Referendum. Day; resulted in a somowhat unexpected win for the local team. It was known that Orange was sending a very strong mid representative team, and thoir chance of scoring a com paratively easy win was highly considered. But the result proved that Wellingtonians , liad under-estimated their own prowoss, for, playing a hard battling game from start to finish, they managed to more than hold their own. Certainly Orange appeared to have the game at their mercy light up ...

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A Fashionable Woman's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

A Fashionable Woman's Prayer. Strongt.bon * my husband, and may hia fi'ith and his money hold out to tho last. Draw tho lamb's wool of unsuspicious twilight over his oyes, that flirtation may look to- him liko victories, and that my bills may strengthen hie pride iu me. ^Bless, oh fortune, my crimps, rats and frizzles, and let thy glory shine on my paint ana powaor. Enable tho poor to shift for themselves and savo mo from all missionary beggars. Shed the light of thy countenance on my camel s-hair shawl, my lavender silk, my point lace, and' my necklace of diamouds, and keep the moths out of ray sablos, Ibo seeeh thee, oh fortune. Wheu I walk out before tho gaze of vulgar nion, regulate my wrinkles and add new grace to my gait. When I bow myself to worship, grant that I may do it with ravishing clegance and preserve unto the last the lily whito of my flesh and the taper of my fingois. Destroy mine enemies with the gall of jealousy, and eat up with Mie teeth of envy all those who gaz...

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

MAIL TIME TABLE. ...Mjfls.ftlOPP at. t4ie Wellington Post OlBce, and arnve'there as follows : — va* .... For Sydney,- Bathurstj Mudgee, Orafego, Stewart . .. . Town, daily, :5;30 p.n1.'j arrive; P:20 a.m. daily. For Dubbi), liourke, Nyngan,' Maryvale, daijy_, 7 a.m. J: arrive, 5.60 p.nii daily] ?' «'* .. For Lincolnj Spicer's Creekj Goblma, Two-Mile Flat, Cullenb^ne, Mudgoe, Tuesday'dnd Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and.Satuwlay, 7:30 p.m.' -For Comobella, Gollait, Murrungundy, Wednesday ; ? nnd Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, ? 4 p.m.. Sunday. ? ? ' ' . ; For Ponto, Terrabclla, ^Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; ? . arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. . ti-: For-Ycpval. Mt. Aubory, VValina, Parkes, Wednes ? .day and Saturday, 9 a.m. Monday and Friday ;. «; .. 4.30 p.m. For Curra Crook, Boiirnowood, Wednesday end Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, Monday ar.d Friday, -j.:. ;-k4 30 p.m. , -' - ? :For Montefiores, daily, 8.45 a!mr.;- arrive, daily, 5.15. ? ? - ,? ? -p.mf X...

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Football. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Football. FIXTURES. June 25— Burroll Crook v Bodangora, at Diokorton. July 1 — Burroll Creek v Wellington, at-Wollington. Jnly 8 — Wellington v Suntop, at Suntop. July 23— Bodangora v Suntop, at Bodangora.

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

Wellington Women. ; Learning it fast. A great help for them. Au appreciative endorsement from Arthur-stree,tv You have beard the old saying ' Man is fearfully and wonderfully made.' Guess that was a mistake of the writer or printer. It should be ' Woman is fearfully and wonder fully made.' A. sick man and a sick woman, in most ailments, treated differently as to are materia medica. Complications seldom arise in diseases of a single organ in men, while they often arise iu the samo disease in woraon. This is very often so in correcting disordered kidneys in women. Although renal difficulties aro sytnptomizod alike in both, advanced symptoms in womankind are always amplified from suirounded channels. But tho cure is the same and as positive in both. Doan's Kidney Pills act uniformly in auy stage of kidney complaint, and generally, more speedily in women. The rotation of symptoms is the same, beginning with Backache, and if not checked or cured, resulting in diabetes or Blight's disease...

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