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

RACES. Qulgong Tattorsall's Race Club, Kay 24 Bourko Jockoy Club, May 24 and 26. ?-C '???. Cobar Turf Olub, Juno 7 and 8.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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GOOLMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

GOOLMA. Mr. E. P. Law, a leading and onterprising resid ent of this district, is now engaged in effeoting con siderable improvements to his property, by erecting new buildings, barns, eto. Ho is also providing en larged acomomodationfortho regular monthly rolig ious services which aro held in his largo room.- It has- bcon found necessarj' to mako greater provis-' ion for space in this connection on account of tho incrcasinc attendances. In front of tho house a tank is being constructed, 12 ft deep and 18 ft in circumference; The copper mines near Goolma which wero clos ed somo time ago, will probably bo shortly reopen ed. This is in view of the increased price of copper. It is thought that under these conditions, and with inproyed machinery, tho. mines may now bo worked with profit. ? ?. ... ... ? ,'

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

CHURCH SBRVICHB. , Church of England. (Rev. R. Babuv Bhown, R.D. ; aku John G. Macdougalt.). May 28th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (It C) il a mnnd 7.30pm; Noureii, 3 p in'; Suntop, 11 n m ; Ponto, 3 p m. Week-day b. May 23rd — Mumbil, 7.30 p hi. May 25th — Stuart Town, 7.30 p ni. May -20th — Stuart Town, 0 a m (IT 0). . \

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BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

BODANGORA. ?Tho bazaar in'aid of tho R. C Convent at Kaiser, now being hold at: Bodangora, is proving to bn a great success, financially and otherwise.'. Tho various stalls aro put up in a largo marquee erected near the publio school by Messrs Jas. McElligott, W. Shea, E. McCormick, and others, .with- material kindly lent by MoBsrs Manwcll (Manager of tho Mitchell's Creek Mino), Jns. Sullivan, and W. Smith (Towrij, and tho tableaux, yi7(\nts aro. sho wu in tho church hall'by special permission of the RoV. Barry Brown. .Tho stalls have boon very tastefully decorated by tho. ladies in charge,- and one can toll ' at p. glanco that this part of- the work has beon done by experienced hands. Tho assistants are indefatig able in their work. No. 1 stall is ia chargo of Mrs. James McElligott and Mrs. James Robinson, and tlioy aro ably-' assisted by tlio Misses Mary Montgomery, Mary Robinson, Minnie Balden and Florenco McDonnell. No. 2 stall prosided over by MisB M. Voech (Wellington), assist...

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THE NOVELIST. A Gruel Bondage. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

THE NOVELIST. ?.A. Gruel Soi 2&.a6.e, CHAPTER VII r. -(Continued.) ' No ; let mo tell you all. ILo cauio hcr^ because thero wore so many rich houres a' bout. He hud (hub htlle trap to drive abou* ?m at. 111^ lit, and tho Leo was well Hcchidod' all (ho servants sleep out of sight aud hear ing. lie stole Lady Walhugloti'd ]owels ; 1. knew oE that ; 1 did not help him- I spoilt his plan about Mrs' llnrlev's jewels. I suggested to boi to put them somewhere else as the safe was obvious. 1 know he meant, to break it open ; she wns boasting ono day that no burglar could force it. He was fearfully angry that ho had all tlio trouble and risk for nothing ; he kuew I had crossed him. Mrs. Harley said I had l suggested her moving tho pema. He said he would ruako mo suffer for ploying against him ? When that invitation camo for to-night I hud no idea what ho wanted mo to do. He told mo I must feign to bo ill, so that your sister would keep me heve, and let bim -in and show him where hor ...

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Presbvtorian Church. (Rkv. Geo. May 28th— Lower SpiceA' Creek (Ross'), -1 1 am; Windora,'3 p in ; Wellington, 7.30 p m ' ' * Weekdays. May 23rd — Gourie ? May 25th — Neurea

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FARNHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

. - ; '' PARNHAM. ' Rain is, as in most other places, very much noeded-' in this locality at presont.' Water is very sfare'o, and grass is at a premium, and must remain so.until aftor tho winter, as tho cold weather has 'already set in, severe' frosts being experienced almost every night: Stock generally are in moderate condition,' :but'must sootl fall off.! Tho scaroity of water, too, is seriously hamporing mining matters. The. oc cupation of tho 'focsickor ' is virtually gone, and for crushing purposes wator is gotting vory low. Without a good fall of rain in the immediato future there must bo a complete eossation of all mining operations. llio Pearce Battery is still going, but the water will not hold out mnch longer. Mr.' Lock was to have made a start with the Mas cotto property this month, but so far nothing' tang ible has-been done. He(p'romised three months ago, if a further oxtontion of suspeusion of' labour wero then granted him, that ho would bo prepared to Bpond £20,000 o...

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

. 7 : ? ? ?- . .??..??? Ilow Bad Wathi Affects Tub Mick.— Fro.^ fe3sor ;Law, of Cornell University, in order to. goo. the effect of stagnant water upon tho animal, caus ed some cows to drink from a pool of drainage ??water; . Aftor a few days the milk of the cows con tained the same disease germs that were fouud- in water ; and the cows, moreover were feverish, show ing plainly that thebad wator had affected th 0 blood. Tbis milk, if consumed, would prodtico the sauio etteet on the human organism that- the water did on tlie cows, and in sufticeut quantity would in-' d'uco dangerous fevers. The cow is not a filter, through which all kinds of food aud drink can be . puured and como out pure and cloun. Any foul food or driuk given her will surely tell in tho milk I product. For Bronchial Couglis take Woods Great Pepperment Cure, 1/6 and 2/0.* Tlie Rand, Transvaal, for the first three months of tho current year got 1,256, 059oz of gold, while the returns for the whole of Australia for t...

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

? COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. Tlie purest Eucalypte on earth. ... '? - Lord CarrinRton's friend in InpltjenzA. ; The world's remedy for chest complaints. - Tho ' cold' curc of Earl Jersey's. ? ? But note well Eucalypte, not Eucalypti. ^

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Tod Sloan. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

^ Tod Sloan A correapondent of the ' Evening Nows ' had a talk, at the end of February, with Sloan, tho Ameri can jockey, in New York, who said, among other things : ' I can make £20,0U0 this season. . I have made ten thousand a year several seasons in America, and the principal reason for my goiug to England was that I found I could earn double the amount. My estimate is based entirely on tees I for riding; I don't bet. I don't understand how the statement that I had been betting over got info ! English newspapers. I shall make my home in Loudon, and live at the Cecil until I got a house. I shall have all I can do, and I don't think that I am over sanguine when I eay that I bolieve I shall aoliieve my ambition and head the winniug jockeys for the season. I ride just the same asldid boforo I went to England. My position in the saddle is tho. same. I employ slightly different tactics in England from those I uso on American (racks, and dp more front riding thero because I have a reaso...

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

; -WILD CHERRY BALSAM - Is a certain cure for Coughs, 'Colds, Group, Hoarseness, and alL affec tions oli the chest, throat, & lungs. his preparation, made from tlie oxpressod juice of .Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ingredients, will be found tlio most useful medicine . _ for cliest affections. Propared und Sold by JAMES' HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) . Dispensing & Family Chemist SilEIDKDAJi, jHA&ik, ' ' NANIMA. CRESCENT, WELLINGTON - Mr. Ec Pc FROM SYD2T3Y, Swrfidaal 8E8.-fl M«c8a£3£jji2-I'S ? ' ? ffiXecaiSoft, Who lius boou iu Wellingtoa sinco January, baa . dccidod to BEMi.-IN PERMANENTLY, caS for the. prosent may bo consulted' at the Club Luwse Hotel, Lea Ctrcefc. Artificial Tcptfe on Gold, Vulcanite, ofcs., mcdo to so closely resemble the natural onos it color and lifelike appearance, as to render dotsot'.on impossible. Nervous Patients fitted with -tcotli witliou extracting old stumps. Children's Teetii regulated. Diseased String treated. ? Te...

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

S. H. DAWSON, 'ic Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro- ( perfcy Act. IS prepared to undertake Sub-division Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, J - Ac. Address, Wellington. taki WELLINGTON mtm S Slierriff & McCormiek, B WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Lee Street, Wellington. Beale and Co's NIlWS.™ pri having secured THREE FIRST PRIZES at the late Sydney Show, where all known mokes were 6XhAb5^ AND CO. were also. awarded Speoial Gold Med,, for HAPSBCBG BT PIANOS which are specially instructed tor the climate, and which only squire ?. uning about once io five years. . , ,, , . A ! BEALE AND CO. have invented a Machine which can be altered from -«ck r,. chain by simply __ pressing a button. _ , Terms to suit the times. . A particulars on applies'. .n to the Jjocal »? Agent or the Manager, Me. J.M' .I±nus Beale and Co., Dubbo. ~ Ladies' General Nurse. ; jg ' il R'' ' ~ %T ',77AVY .(.curPt' n.!dit^n- Hei flfM al Accommodation, is I to recoive ^ie p...

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

?Tho ohild that's healthy end robust, Grows up a strong and hardy men, Tho childs that's always puny, must Become consuptive, pale ,and wan ; Tho infant frotful with a cough. May many futuro ills endure, , Unless tho lnothor. knows onongh,. And buys Bomo Woods' Poppormont Cure1 . :? r- . 1

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

TUB WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION: of- .per, ..quarter. .in advance - Booked, G/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for.first inch of spuco, '? .and 1/0 for oaoh sucooeding^inch per insoifcion up to a. column of apace and to ten innorlions. .-jioerfd discount for standing advcrtiDomtnts. Ho adTortiae* inent, howover small, los3 than 2/6 cash, oiv booked ' 3/-. All orders for discontinuance of r/.1.verfcisoinents or paper to be in writing. ' JOB PRINTING of ail descriptions oxocutod ? . on the snorteet notice at lowest prices. 1

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Rules in a Montana Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

Rules tu a ifSontana Hotel. . Iu a little milling town up [in Montana there is an hotel in which there is posted a notice to guests wliieh rends as follows. — Read This. Gneata of this hotel will please bear in mind that wo will not be responsible for ?.- ?.? either thoir lives or their property. There are places convenient where valuables may ? be deposited for aafo keeping, and where life and accident insurance policies may be secured. 1 Guests aro requested to use proper care aud caution when shooliug at eaoh.other in tlie dining-room, as a reckless discharging of fircarrasis liable to result in the unneces sary killing of innocent and uusnspecting parties. Guests will bo expected to pay foi what ever tablewaro they break^in throwing at one another. This rule will be insisted on. If guests bavo'any complaint to makere gnidmg the couduct of waitors, they' will please not come to us about it. Tho waiters cany pistols, and are supposed to kuowliow to use them, aud they will settle a...

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District News. CURRA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

District News. ?'?(Prom ? oar' own Correspondente.) CURRA CREEK. Earming' operations aro not being pushed forward as vigorously as some of the farm er's desire., on account of tho dry weathor which has prevailed foi the last fowfwocks. Tho wheat-wlvch is sown is making little, or ;iio headway, llain is much needed'. Ou Wed ncsday 1 ast there was 'o very appearanco of ii 'downpour, light showers fell' about noon, but passed off with scarcely enough to lay tho dust. Tiro people in this locality arb makiug a groat effort to ruisa means to ercet a new Union Church on the Cioek. Tlioy havo already n .nice sum in band, and promised,- towards its erection. Some of the Wellington friends contributed very liberally to the fund. The ,many friends of .Mrs. A. Rich, who has been prostrated by . a severe and dangerous fit of illness, will bo. pleased to hear that she is' now convaloscent, and i's in a fair way to ..recovery,.. She was cot: fined to her. bed for several days. Dr. Rygnte has been ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

At tho Masonic-hall Melbourne, oi) Wed nesday night, Lord Brasscy was installed as the Most Worshipful .Grand-master of the United Grand Lodgo of Victoria, and Mr. A. J. Poacock as pro-Grand Master, and Mr. Geori; e Baker as deputy grand. ' Tommy ' Doild is against tho amended Constitution Bill. Is it possiblo that the people- can go against what this 'great, man ' believes. The Domain orators are against the bill, wbjoii shows that 'the brains of the country !' are working hard to defeat something they know nothing about. Revolution in the Tobacco Trade. W. D. '& H. O. Wills' imported Capstan cigaret tes are now selling at 4d per packet of 10.

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Hints to the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

' Hints to the Ladies. To Makk Beefsteak Tjjmjkr.— Mix. to getlicr two tablespoonfuls of viuegar, ono of salad oil, pepper* and salt. Put the - steak on a deep dish, rub this mixture into ?Oft, and turn occasionally. After' three hours of this marinade tho steak should bo tender „ -for cooking. ? To Remove Freckles.— Try the following 'lotion : Take'ono ounce of lemon-juice, a - aoarter of a dra6hm of borax, powdered, and half a drachm of sugar. Mix all ' thoroughly, and let it stand iu a bottle for .?.-.'?'three- days ; it will be then fit for use, and iv'should be rubbed into the face about twice - a week, at night. To cure tho pi in pi as, it -?'-'?'would be well to bathe the face in hot water at night and afterwards rub with a rough cotton towel, to promote tho action of tho skin E?t fLcely of cooked green food, and -' take somo sulphur lozenges or powder. ? Uvi'iiiNti a Baby should always bedoneat - the sam'o timo every morniug. It is not at ? all hoalthy or right to keep a bab...

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Largest Wheat Field in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

- Largest Wheat Field in the World. The largest, siuglo wheat field iu the - -?world is now being planted with grain. It covers 25,0UU acres, or forty squaro miles. . . . Tins enormous field of grain is on the banks of the San Joaquin River, near the town of Clovie, in California. ? - , -While it is true that larger acreages of - vflieat have been planted by certain ranchers - -i -.- in Galitoruia, there seems to be no record of an exact paiellel to the present case.. in Jvern county, 0U,UUU acres were planted ?- ? one year, but the fields were scattered about in ditteieut places. They were really a '* bones of fields, cultivated wherever there was a feitile spot. ? Tho Oiovis field, however, is- an ideal wheat field. It is almost as flat as a floor, with a gentle slope towards the river. The. outer lines of tho field make it almost a per fect squaie Each side is a little over six .??v. :v miles, and it the day is clear every part of ) tho held can bo seen froom any other part. -T I...

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Sanitation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 May 1899

. SassMat Ion. At the Council meeting oii Thursday even ing last tLo matter of sanitary refoi-tn in Wellington v/ac gone into very fully, ou tho motion proposed by. Alderman Kerr to en tirely abolish the cesspite and adopt tlie pau B.ystem. The argurcents for and against the propoEed system y/ere vei-y strong, aud | albhcagh the mcticn v/as defeated by four voiei3 to thres, so much light was thrown on the inaitei', .^.nd- euch r. liberal spirit shown by tho opponents o£ tho notion, that, good must result in the hsa? future; and. we understand it is tho intention of Alder man Kerr to- brino; tho matter before t, ho Council, ayait: ni the no'.t meeting. Tho sensible propessl of Alderman Bnssett that 'botli the systenis be adon.lufl, that either system be- . allbwod-, and what by-laws' bo pe.83ed by the Couucil to enforce cleaniiucas ??7iil oornnjend itself to all Mie raienaycrF. It shov/f: ibao the alciermen are alive to tlio best iytarsoi-s 'of Weliiugibu, and that tlicy will sea tha...

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