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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Coming Events. SHOWS. July 26 and 27 : Condobolin P. and A. Association . - Juno 29, 30, July 1 : NSW Sheep-breeders' As . ? sooiation Annual Show August 9 and 10: Parkes P A 'and-H Association - August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and fl. Associa

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Local Jottings. 1 Tho weather this morning was showery, but. has since cleared up ; only about half ft point fell. To-day the draw Will take place for tho Simina and Seymour football competition. ^Wellington has withdrawn froth tho junior competition and has entered tho Senior ranks. Good business !. -The toant they, are to play against next Saturday will lin knnwn f n.rlnw Public Service examination start on Mon day. E. Maddeii of| the locnl post office is a candidate for promotion. On- the result of the referendum being known iu Sydney, the Premier sent tho. following wiro to the Mayor of Wellington : — Allow mo, in recollootion -of the great hospitality shown to mo' on the occasion of my recent visit, to inform you of the magnificent victory of the fodoral -caused - The majority at present exceeds twenty thousand. The- Railway 'Commissioners wero inter-, viewed to-day by members of tho Municipal Council, who brought under notico the fol lowing matters 1. An extra siding at tho | ...

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

' RACES. ' Forbes Jockoy Club, August o

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

TELEGRAPHIC (From ouk ow^. CpR5E§i'QiiPENT.).. ? »' ? SYDNEY',' THtHSDAr,:^. m. The Enabling Bill has passed through all its stages iu tho Tasmanian Assembly. John Norton has issued a warrant for the arrest of: a certain . person on a: charge, of .ci in? inal libel. . . . r . AsoDBational jewellory robbery is reported from Melbourne yesterday, £750 worth being stolen. Also some dia-nonds of great 'valiio were frbsjra.ctod' from a Collins-street, shop. Thero will be a meeting of tho Cabinet noxt Tuosday to consider the federal position. I Tho referendum retqrHSvwjll: not be cam. pletcd fdr sevoral, dayS) about 3&' electorates ^ being still,in,compiete. yi . The latest totals to hand.are : — For — 1*05,545. - Aj,'aip3^4-CB] ,564.' ;.i ^ifjority^j 23m Feeling anjopgst opponents. Of Uio*!Bi11 is {i'dw calmin'g down, and there. soo:ns to be^a general desire to bjw to the will of the majorNy. althou^Ij- jiiisguided:'; enthl'Sas'tST speak of continuing the struggle in another -plac...

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CROWN LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

CROWN- LAND SALES. :V ;At Wellington — Friday, Juno 23, . At Moloug — Juno 23; . ' (At Parkes — Friday, June 23. ' - _. f ? ? j -lAt Warron — Friday, June 23^

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Dubbo Masonic Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

I)ubbo)t(tS(Milc Installation. n'l ? — ! — — - : ^ The installation of Bro. G. A. Clarke was ?the occasion of a large meeting of masonic brethren at the lodgo room of Lodge Mac quai'rie on Wednesday night. 'Many visitors were present representing lodges some dis tance from Dubbo. A, large ) number journeyed from Wellington, there being present to represent Lodgfi Wellesley the following officers and brethren ?— Wor.Bro.. H. A. Pvke. N.M. : Wor. Bro.- Cameron. P.M; -joWor, Bro. .Chrystal, P.M. ; Wor. Bro. Bou^h, P.M. ; Bro. Hamblini S. W. ; Bi'o. Cable, J.D.; Bro. Sliotlifif, S. ; Bro. Hodgson, T. ; Bro. Siggins, aud Bro. King. ' After the installation ceremony and other business 'Was finished au adjournment was. made to the banquet room, where the usual toasts were proposed aud responded to.. The' followiajj is a liat: of the officers of Loffge Macquarie for tho rnmlng 'winter months : M.M , Wor. Bro Gr. A. Clarlio; S W., Wor. Bro. J. Douglass; J.W., Bro. F. Nicholls ; Treasurer, Wo...

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

notice to farmers. Messrs. James Martin and Company's Up-to-Date .Farming Implements. Martin's Hornsby Double-Furrow Ploughs — con- vertible into three-fi*-row. The Kangaroo Plough — convertible from two to tlireo. Tho Spalding uud Bobbins' Disc Plough. Lover and Zig-Zug Hurrows, Spring Tooth Cultiva tors, ChnfT-Cuttero — lland, llorsc or Steam. Horse Gears, from one to four. Kngiucs — Oil nii.l Steam. Puinp« and Windmills. !? Iu fact all kiuds of Implements und Machinery required. Should you not see 111c personally drop me a line All correspondence will bo punctually utlondcd to. W. Or. Heinhard Local Agent. Notice of Removal. J. W. MARSHALL Watcliinaker Etc., to tlie late T. 8- Cunnington, lias removed to tlie new premises erected next door to MR. SATOfl ELL'S, A select stock of ontiiely new Watchcs, Clock?, Jewellery, and Optical Goods at Sydnoy priccB. Agent for the Interchangeable Spectacles. Sight carefully Tested. J.W.M. rospectfnlly solicits u continuanco of past favors. Not...

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

WILD CHERRY ? BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds£ Oroup, Hoarseness, ab-^ ? al^$ffefr-! - tions of the chest, throat, & liings:' . . Tins preparation, made from tlSfc oxpreaaiHl.-j-uic-a& Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with otliW ? - ingrodients, will bo found llio most useful medicine for chcst affections. . ? ? Prepared and Sold by .= ?. .JAMES HAYNES, - M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) ' Dispensing & Family Chemist . - ?. -*«. - hall; ? NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON ? ???'. ' ?. V- '? . *. :» ' .' ' ? i . dental Notice. , ? ' ::m. e. l\ Salomon FROM SYDNEY, Surffical aud Mechanical Dentist,^ -Wlip hap been in Wellington' since January, has ? ' ' decided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for tho present maybe consulted at the Club Houso Hotel, Lee Street. PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. . NEURALGIA CUBED. ; * . Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, etc,, made to so closely resemble the natural. ones in color . . and -lifeliko appearance, .asitorender detection impossibl...

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

S7H. DAWSON, Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro perty Act. IS prepared to nndertak# Stab-division Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, Ac. Address, WellinRton. WHIINBTOH Sherriff & McCoriiiick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY . BUTCHEltS. . Lee Street, Wellinprton. j V; ' Beale and Co's NEW 11 TOBPEDO ' SEWING MACHINE is undoubtedly THE Machine of the Day, having scoured THREE FIRST PRIZES at the lato Sydney Show, where oil known uinkea wore 6Xl?S Sydney Show° BEALE AND CO. were »lso owiwdeti Spooial Gold Modal for HAPSBURG PIANOS which are specially constructed for the climate, and which only rcquiro tuning about once 'S/lToD CO. haro. invented a Maohine which can bo altered from look to chain; by simply pressing a button. , Terms to suit the times. ? _ Full particulars on application to the Local Agent or the Manager, Mb. J.MoMahijs, Beale and Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse: MRS. F. COLREAV Y, having secured addition al Accommodation, is prepared ...

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

Unequalled and Invinciblo Woods' Greut Pop permit! t Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/0 and 2/6.* Revolution in th.o tobacco trade. W. D. and H. O. Wills' imported Catstak eigarottcs aro no\y BelliDg at 4d per pij,oko't of J.Q.

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

TO OUR COUNTRY CONSTITUENTS. : Wis .want a correspondent in every centre of popu lation in tho Wellington district. .We, also want w roports of all the Farmers' Unions; and all matters of intorest. .Note this and let us hoar from you. '? i' SSTAiiy subscriber not receiving tho paper rogu ? luvly will greatly 'obligo' u» by sending notice at once

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Poetry. THE STUMP SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Poeliy. - Til 15 STUMP SPEAKER. .. '? With voire nil husky unci worn, '? ; With tonsils swollen uud sore, — - v ' The orator stands on u.suwn-off stump, And politics doth outpour. Talk, talk, talk, - In weather both wet nnd dry; And still, for the mutter of dollais and cents, llo lifted his voice on high. Talk, talk, talk, - - While kis nudfenco yells and chccrs, And tulk, tulk, tulk, Till his words ring in their ears ! It's — Oh to be a slnve Along with the tcrriblo Turk, ????... When an orator wostes his timo and breath .. By such exhausting work. Talk, talk, talk, ? r ? Till ouch head begins to swiui ! Tulk, talk, talk, ? ? \ Till tho flickering lumps grow dim1. State, und tariff, and trade. Trade, and tariff, and state, Till the weary listeners fall asleep And dream of their candidate. Oh incn with active brains ! . ? ''.s ' Oh men with minds intense ! ? It is but wind you'ro ljstoning to, ? ?' And not tho soundest seriso. Talk, talk, talk, ,. j : Till tlie band begins to play !...

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Abuse or Argument. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Abuse or Argument. v. Never before ii as it been' our painful duty to listen to such '.insulting remarks as wore ?fnade by our- member on Monday^ night at his mqctipg_iu tho Band Hall. Thefederalists decifled tolfold no meeting, ns it was thought Mr. Hayh'es could do moro harm to his cause' by speaking, than good could be done by thoiri for theirs. Ttie result justified 'tlieir iudement. Thero was an almost unanimous feelincr of disgust that a man.;' holding such a position as Mr. Haynes could so belittlo himself and take advantage of his position, as to cast rejections upon men holding good positions. as honorable men j.q,. Wellington; Mr. Haynies asked for questions arid inter ruptions, and felt disgusted when nobody asked him any, and so he had to abuse so mo body.inqtead of usingargumentH — whioh- by t.he;way, aro not in Mr. Hay nets' line. There is^trito .old legal, saying-', When you have i(|6 'crfse, abuse - the ' 0tlr6b:',8idb.:' Wo aro ; afraid Mr.-Haynes camo under this ca...

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

District News. BODANGORA. (From our own correspondent.)' ? The' entertainment held in Ileslin's hall hist Monday evening in aid' of tho Cricket Club wus docuiedly tho best wo have had hero for some time. Tho quality of the singing was an improvement on ? recent porformansos and tho action of the amateur porformeM in tho farce was quite up to Metropolitan form. ' The coneort part of '-ho programme com menced with a comic song entitled ' Cant stop ' by Mr Josopli MeElligott aud both he and his brother Mr. Peter MeElligott, iu tho song 'A thing he nover done boforo ' acquitted thomselves most creditably. Miss Annie Wills sang 'Elsioo cr the glen '. very sweetly, nnd was followed by Master W. Lindsay in tho s-mg ' Dor jt by Dean.' 'My dad's an Engineer ' by Miss Cecelia Byrnes was woll appreciated by the audience, uud tho olocution of Mr, W. Camorun in tho recitation ' The man from Snowy River' was everything that could be dosircd. Tho next item was a song and dance '? The darky swoll' ...

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Our Polling Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Our I'oIlilng Ppaidg; v We claim .somp sm^lljei;gdit' for an iniiova-;; tion in ' polilicar matters in WellingtcSi'/' Our readers know-ive liaVe worked hard and, Gdnsi8tehtlyr-V!foi' the making of a great A us tral iani'N a tion ; naturally we wish'M to lejt them know the result of tho referendum at the earliest .possible moment. At the Royal Hotel and .th'd Club House Hotel wo had boards erected ' with our name boldly printed at the head on large sheots of pap&i' and there were pasted up every half-hour the telegrams as wcreceived them specially from Sydney. At both places immense crowds assembled, and as tho majority for fclvo Amended Bil| grew larger with each succc -u^ng telegram, cheers for federation rent the air, hand mot hand in hearty con gratulation, aa^ tho faturo''.of_ United Australia was drunk again and again b,y the happy victors iu the fight. Wellington* went for federation, and -at tho declaration of tho poll by the Returning Officer, it would alaiost seem a...

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Japanese Wise Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Japanese Wise Sayings. Au Amsticnn geutleman, lately returned , ^ to Now York after a prolonged residence iu Japan, was recently discovered in the St.ock ' Exchange by a repot tor for 'Tiie Sun.' He was standing outsido the rail, erect, un - . co voted, and solemn as though assisting at tho cercmouial of somo mystic and awful ' religions rite. His Oriental gravity, as he watchod unmoved the furious actions and .frantic gestures of the apparently ineane broker**, suggested (he fateful calm of a -) ^typical New Zenlander contemplating Lon don Bridgo after a dynamite scare. He re ? cognizod tho reporter, whom he greeted cordially but mutely, as he refused to utter or listen to a word until both had escaped n from the din and found themselves in tho ' Comparative quiet of a neighboring restau rant. There, after seating himself at a table and passing his hand across his fore , head iu. a dazed fashion j he found his voice— 'a voice faint and low at first, like that of one who. had just s...

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THE NEW ARRIVAL. MA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

/THE NFW ARRIVAL. '1 ' MA. A charming littlo tiddy iddy bit of mothor's bliss, A tiny-toddles, sweet as flow'rs of spring; , A precious popsy wopsy— give its mammy, don, a kiss. - . A pretty darling itsy witsy ting ! ? ? - ' , l'A. So that's the little fellow I Hm! Ahoulthylook ingchap, Another mouth to feed us sure as fate ! No, wife, I don't considor that his coming's a mis hap, ? _ But still I could have done with less than eight. BKOTHKB. My eye ! Is that the baby ? What a iolly little ' P»P! But I say,, nm,. wherever is its nose? And I soy, father, by and by, when he gets more . grown up, , He'll wear my worn-out jackets, I suppose. . . : ? unclf. . Another? Well, tlm'nk goodness, I am not a married man. ' What! Don't I think hiui pretty ? No, I don't. To keep him from the workhouse you must do the ? . ' . best you cun ; Don't think that I'll assist you — for I won't. ? JJOOTOH. How aro wo getting on to-day.? 1 trust we soon shull mend. Wo mustn't think we're, strong just yet, ...

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Baptist Church Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Baptist. ChiirijlK Bodangora. (Pastor Isaac Bugg) June 25th — Geurio, 3 p m NEC TEMERE NEC TIMIDE ?' ' --THUR^M'r ^NE 22, 1899.

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Weslevan »Cburcli. ? / . (Rkv. G. W. Fuhneb.) June Sobii— Wellington, 11 a in Bodang6ra, 3 and ^ '- 7.30 p m^-Rey, G. W. -Furner. Wellington, 7.30. p m— Mr. G. Chappoll. ? '

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Union Rules. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

tin Ion Rules. No.BhY has.Ne w^South Wales responded to the call— ' Australia except s her this day to do lier duly.'' By*aif overwhelming mn jority she has proclaimed that the British instinct dominant amongsther people, has triumphed' over the petty appeals , tot.her -^rochialism' put ^orth Joiy. in terested ohaTirplo.nH of tho old order of frayed-ont provincialism. A pasan of tliahkagiving will go up through out the continent, which will be re-echoed tlirounhout;;lllB: Engliffft Speaking world, that New South Wales has at last thrown down the'last rampaits-qf, mistrust and dis union, and now stands side by side with her sister colonies prepared to tread tho path leading to union and national greatness. Ou Tuesday a ' red letter ' day was established in =- Australia, and as-- each succeeding anniversary of the, event comes round, it is safe to predict that the wonder will increase as to the long prjtracted^struggle for what has been attained. When the benefits ^hicb we believe mus...

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