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

c ifipo oitt'^iilascrlbers, , ' We regret to hear that' a circular has been sent ou, 'behali. . of ?„ -M^ssrs.u DeBoos - and . F^jawjley {pkm&B-y:6f-'tb^'ftti6a'cribers' -to tho Weli,ington Times, requesting immediate payment of .their subscriptions. Messrs. PeBoos and FraiK'oy.n'ro no longer in any: way connected with this paper, but any .b.ack „ .pqbscriptions which may be dne to tbem may bo paid at this office, and llO charge \vill be made for col lection. * .

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

THE courts: ? District Court — Quarter Sessions— J uno 30. I

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

LAND BOARDS. ' At'Wollington— July 25 and 26j 1899. .

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

- Markets. \ . ' ' - -? s Messrs. Thomas and Rptton report tho Sydney | makets at sale 21st inst. as follows:— -Opossum skins, 1st blues, 7s 9d ; Medium, - 5s 9d ;'sui«ll, -4s ; 1st reds, 7s 3d ; 1st 'l umpers, 4i 7d ; 2d runipors, 3j Id; walluby skins, medium, 6s.' Prices supplied by I. BeVgnian k Co., Wollington — Sheepskins 5Jd. per lb.'; liides 2d. to 3d. per lb. ; opposum skins 6s. per dozen ; horsehair Is. per lb. j beeswax 9d per lb. . - — 3 Tho'following wero the prices fcr Now Smitli Wales produce in Sussex 'slrect- Sydney, on Wed nesday : — ' ; Wheat. — N.S. W ., milling, 2s 1 1 id to 3s 2d; second quality, 2s lOd. ' Flour.— 'N.S. W., ,£6 7s 6d to' £7 5s ;' Vic., £0 10s to £7 7s6d; S A., £6 lOsto £77s; Manitoba, £9 12^ to £10. ? ? ? ,. , Oats. — Seed, 2s ; prime foqd, Is 9d, medium is 8d ; Tasiniinian, prime Is' 8il, medium Is 7il to 7id per buBliol. ' Sluizo. — Market firm. Prinn-^g Sd pl'r busluj. | Pea?. — Bluo, to 3s 9d'|. grey, to 3s per buglie}. | Cliickwheat.— Prime...

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

Presbyterian CbnrpJj,. (Rbv. Gko. Milnk) 'June 2Gth — Iiowor Spicer'e Crc'oTXKoK'), 'II ' a'm ; Windora, 3 pm ; Wellington, 7.30 p. in „ Week Days. ? : Juae.23rd — Geurie. ' , i)un6:2Bth— Neure(f. r !

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. OXFORD UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. OXFORD UNIVERSITY ?' — I UNIVERSITY. — First Innings. I Pilkington, c Trumblo, b Jines. ;... ... 3 Fry, b Noblo : ?.. ?.? V'- ??? ^ Eeeiei, b Trumble .... ... 1 Lccj b-Noblo - - - ... 31 Ruikcs, b' Jones ?- ..... ... ... 10 Lsveson-Gower, e Kelly, b^McLood ... ... 59 Cunliffe. l.b.w., b Jones ... Hartley, b McLeod . ? -... . _ ... 12 Horkoloy, c Darling, b McLcod . ' ... ... 3 Forbes, not out - ... ... ... 25 Lewis, b Jones ... ? ... ... 0 Sundries ... 10 Total ... ...251 ???Bowling Analysis.. ..Jones, 4:' :wickets for 80; McLeod, 3 for 31 ; Noble, 2 for 23; Triiinblo, 1 for 53, AUSTRALIA. — First Inmngs. Worrall, b Forbqs ... ... ... 9 Darling, b ForboB... ... ... ... 24 Gregory, ss Lewis, b Cunliffe ? .. ... 1° -Noble^-b Gunliffo...-. ... 32 Trumpor, oand b Forbps- . ... ... ao- Ejclly, c and b Forbes ... ... ... fumble, b Forbes — ... J® . Laver, 'c Loe,-b Forbes- - Vt i, ? ... ... M'Leod, not out ... . --... ? ... ^ ? .Sundries .., : ... . ... ... 28 J Eigh...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. ? _ V Chnrck pf Blip land..';. (RfiV. R. BABK^Brio.wNj R;D.'; and John C. ' MAonouaAi.il). tfuno aBtli— v-Yollington,' 8.30 am (HO), 11 am ? r- ariif 7.3(S-T- m ; Neurea 3 p;«i Suutop, 3 p m. .1 WcokDays. June 20th— Wellihgton^J) a m .? June 21st— Mumbil, 11 a nt (H 0)'f Juue ^lst— Currendong, v Juno 22nd— Dripston-r7.30 p m ' Juno 24th and 29th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C) June 30th — Ponto, 9 a m (H C)

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

WANTED, A GOOD COOK & IAUNDRE8S, Applv, MRS. THEO. BARKER, . TsO Architects A PREMIUM OF THREE GUINEAS will bo given for the approved design .'and specif!-, cations for. a GRAND STAND for Wollington Show Ground. Designs; to bo deliororbd before 6 p.m. on 3rd July. Further particulars from ? R. PORTER, . ? Secretary. Drapery, Clothing, Hats, . : and Boots, Continuation Sale Saturday Afternoon, also A QUANTITY OF TIN W ARE The Last Opportunity for Bargains. Thomas & Rotton, AUCTIONEERS Farmers' Market, Every Saturday Afternoon ftt 2, ? All kinds of FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE, ? -including FOWLS, T UKICKYS,' POTATO FS, PUML'KINS, t .. : ' ?: :.?.: J'lUS, &i'., &C., &0. ? -. , ». v Produce, &c. .mny be brought-vto -flip Mnrhets any - - tiiiiivup to-time of Sale. ? . Account SalBS ? immediately after Sale, Thomas & Rotton, AUCTIONEERS. ' . To Farmers and Others. Important Aiiptiqn Sale Earning Machinery Implements. &c , iueludin...

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

WANTED, A THOROUGHLY KXt'ERlU] ENCED 'GENERAL SERVANT. : Apply, MRS. BLUETT,! Arthur Strict, Wellington. Wellington 'Federal League. ? . '' ALL ACCOUNTS against tho above, Li-ague must bo sent in to tho undorfinged' on or before MONDAY, 2Gtli. Gentlemen holding subscription lists will please hand over same to the -Treasurer, Mr. .T. D. Brownhill. * ABEL W ILK INS, II011. Secretary. Public Notice. AB. GAGE begs to notify the public that all. ? debts duo to the late firm of Diipin and Gage MU9T BE PAID tn him ONLY, in terms of tho dissolution of partnership; and that all dobts duo by tho late firm will bo paid by him. Wellington Municipality. TENDERS are invited to be sent under coTer to the undersigned uu or before 5 o'clock p.m. on Thuubday, Junb 29th, 1890, for the supply of (1,000) ONE THOUSAND YARDS of RI.VER GRAVEL on Nunnmna Cro?cont and Lee Strcot, to bo spread by tho- maintenance men. ALSO— For REPAIRS to the GUTTER near the mnin road south of Maruing's Hotel. , ; f ' Top por...

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

For qualityj-eut, faBhion mid llinish tho. siiitings ?upplied by Prieoniid Co., 114 King St,,Sj-dtioy, arc uuoiceUod. This firm enjoys a Jtigli . 'reputation ' turoughout city aud country for tho perfection of. its goods and that reputation it is determined to maintain. Visitors to Sydney would do well to call: promptly at the establishment ami see for them selves. Thoso unublo to do so should send for samples- aud solf measurement forms aud- slate l'^Pril;0 dosirod. Suits from $3 3b j Trousors 'f?? !(»/$ '4- -ni»'6liiflopnti HBSorth^nt' of winter BUiMngs'just oppnpd. f ?' ? 1110 Consistory of Cardinals at Rome lius elected nine Italian and two foroipn oardui als, tlioro by enauriug tliafe tli ?./ --iic.cessbv of Popo Loo XIII, shall bo a- I I .ir, . l'or Aethmatical Coughs and Colds- take 'Woods' urcut Poppermint Curo, 1/6 and 2/6.# : ?' V- V\-'. ,%'(? i--- ~ 5?!,. »r„

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Federation—Result of Poll. WELLINGTON ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 22 June 1899

Federation— Result of Poll. WELLINGTON ELECTORATE. _ Xee. ISO. int. Ballimore... ... — 7/ 2 Baker's Swamp .. — ° i n Bournowood ... ... -7 .* « Burrendong ... v ° . Cobbora ? ?9 31 0 . Comobolla ... ??? i 16 10 1 Cudgebogong ? 17 14 U Curra Creek ... ??? U 15 - Dripstono... ... ??? }\ . ' ' ' Blong Elong ... ,?». 12;- 7 0 Ganoo ... ?» ... 12 ? ^ P Qourie ... ??? ??? , 32 % & Golian ... ; ? »8 21 0 Qoolnia ... ... ??? 31 -7' 0 Hill-End'... ... ??? -82. 129 0 Maryvale ... ? 1' , 22 0 Mitolieli's Creok ... 62 85 2 Jfumbil ... ... - . . . . 31.. ,1 (' 0 Mundooran . ... ... ? 10 * 8 0 Neurea 0 Ponto ... ... ..? 17-16 0 Sundy Creek ... ... 7 10 0 Bpiqer's Croek ... , 17 24 0 Stuart Town ... ... 92 200 0 Suutop ... ^ 20 21- 0 Tuckland ... ' ...-? ... ,18- ? .33 . 0. 'VTnrne - ... — ??? 22 50 2 'Wuuluman .... ». ,. -, ... 23 2 0 . 'Wellingto'1 ... ... 310. 277 G Uppor Pyramul, Sally's Flat and Tamberoora itill to eome in. THE CITY. Y of. . No. 8ydnoy*Bligh Division ... ... 592 452 B...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

Markets. : j Prices supplied by X. Bergman & Co., Wellington . Sheepskins 5Jd. per lb. j hides 2d. to 3d. per lb. ; I opposum skins Os. per dozen j horsehair Is. nor lb- : beeswax Od por lb. ? The following were tlie prices for -Now South. I Wales produoe In Sussox streetTSydufiy. 'on ? Sut- i urday ?— mieat.— N.S.W., milling, 8a Id to 8s gdv aocond: Quality, 2a lid. ' Flour -N.S. W., £6 2a Od to £7 7s Cd , Vio , £6 to £1°0 ^8' ^ ^ ^ ? 'Manitoba, £9 15s Rj^rn'-®06?1 ' Pr'mo food, Is 9d, -medium Is 2?i ?'?mbwjmo, primo, Is 8dj-ntoduinrls 7d to 'ls 7Jd per bushel. o ' Maize. — Markotflrm. Primers Sd per bushel' foas.— Blue, to 3a 9d ; groy, to 3s por bushel, which wheat.— Prime, 2s Gd per buahol Barley.— English, 2sGd to 2s 10d j Capo, 2s 4d to 2aCdi feed, 2s 2d per bushel. ' Bran 8}d, Pollard — 8id per buahel. ?tjucorno.— Hunter River :Pnmo, old, £?!?; medium. 7. ' o £3 IBs; now prime, £3 15s to £3 17s Gd ; IBs PrlmC' £i t0 £i 5i ' metlium £3 7a Gd to £3 Ijocal oaten, in bund...

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Federation Sense and Nonsense. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

Federation Sense and Nonsense. The wife of an anti-billite has been so im pressed with the fact that stockings will be 3/6 a pair when federation under tho present bill is accomplished, that, she has taken the ..precaution to bay a stock while they are chi»P' ; ? x. k..„ ? Tdo ono-man-one-voio uiu wuhwhuuuuou . in the Tasmanian Parliament on. Tuesday night and is expected to go through Pying. All Australia will have manhood: sufirago. A youngster asked his father what federa tibn was. He said a girl had told him it was a bill, and when it came we shonld have war. - ... ? General satisfaction was . expressed m Brisbane at the result of the vote in New South Wales, but there was very little ex citement. A certain gentleman was on the platform at the Sydney Town Hall during the big meeting prior to Referendum day, and being interested, tried to hear and understand what one of the speakers was saying. He ?says that the speaker seemed to speak thus : '—'Ah — yah — ah — ah — yah — Austral...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

General News. A butcher's shop at Parkes was entered on Wednesday night and the sum of £64 was stolen. A man named Wilson was committed for trial at Warren on Wednesday on a charge of sheep stealing. TTnfinnn.11flrl and Trivinmhlo Wooda1 fl-rofifc Pen* permint Cure for Cougbs and Colds, 1/6 and 2/6.# The Coonamble Jockey Club races com menced on Thursday. Following are tho results : — Opening Handicap, 1 mile. — Sun- dial, 1 ; Cadmus, 2 ; Underhand, 3. Flying Handicap, 6 . furlongs. — Mat, 1 ; Princess Arena, 2; Robin Grey, 3. Castlereagh Handicap, ] mile. — Braeburn, 1 ; Under handj 2 ; Lillydale, 3. Shorts Handicap, 6 furlongs.- — Tata, 1 j Guon, 2 ; Mahalia, 3. Stewards'' Purse, 7 furlongs.— Poona, 1; Princess-Arena, 2 ; Cadmus, 3. flrnnt Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/0 and 2/0* The cargo of wheat, ex barque Irene, from Melbourne, has'becn sold in London at 30s 3d per quarter. A house occupied by Mr. H. B, Copeland, Crown Lands Agent, and situate opposite tho Dnbbo race...

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Wellington Police Court. JUNE 19. (Before Messrs. J. Aarons and F. H. Kennard, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

Wellington Police Court. June 19. (Bofore Messrs. J. Aarons and F. H. Kennard, J's.P.) For using indecent language within tho hearing of persons in Gisborne-street, Thomas Anderson wns fined £5, or in de fault throe months' imprisonment. Tho fine was paid. 00 (Before Mr. F. H. Kennard, J.P.) ThomaB Lawless, for using obscene language in the bar of tho Royal Hotel, was fined £5, or in default ^ three months inDnbbo gaol. . A charge against the same person, of obtaining liquor and refusing to pay for it, was withdrawn at the request-bf theliconseo. June 23. . (Before Mr. T. H'. York, J.P.) The case of Shotliff v. Simpson was with drawn on the application of the parties, the Bench consenting. The case of Simms v. Carr (or Carregher) was further adjourned to 7th July.

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY, Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

TELEGRAPHIC .(From our own Correspondent.) , : Sidney. Monday, 3 p.m. Two fishermen, wrecked on Brouphton Island on Juno 14th, after substring elcvon days on Bhellfish, were rescued on Saturday and taken to Nelton's Bay. Their distress signals, hoisted 011 the island, were uunotic ed forieleven days by passing steamors. Ttin V nViunro/l „C „ ? » yuunjj man were found smouldering in the ruins of a tent, on a selection near Quirilidi, on Satur day. A confession by three persona in Adelaide gaol exonerates the young man John Holt who was sentonced to seven years' imprisonment. A monument to the memory of Sir John Robertson was unveiled at Watson's Bay cemetery yesterday afternoon, in the pres ence of many af the late statesman's person al friends, and a large concourse of tho 'general public. No further official announcement of the polling will be made till the whole of the returns are complete. LATEST MARKET PRICES. Wheat, 2s lOd to 3s ; chickwheat, 2s 4d to 2s 6d ; flour, £6 15s to £...

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Two Short Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

,? ttt~ — ? ? r~ — . Two Short stories. Jonathan Giles of Yorkshire was ncaring bis end; he lay on tho couch from wliioli ho would noror rise again — in fact the doctor had just told him that he had only a few hours more for this world. Over his head hung a flitch of baccn of his own curing — and mark you Jonathan had all his life had a failing for this edible. 'Wife' quoth he, ' I would like a slice of that there bacon before 1 die.' Prithee,' said she, ' set thee about tliy deein*. tho barn's for the burial.'.' - Two costermongers appeared before a London Court to ' tako tbe law' over a dispute as to the ownership of a horse. The bench deeming the matter too trivial for a law case, advised the dis putants to settle the little matter privately. The cockneys approving of this dicision retired with the' intention of arriving at an amicable adjustment of the difliculty — such was the magistrate's impression at any rate. But he was soon disabused of this idea by the appearance of one o...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at tho Wellington Post Office, and arrivo lbore as follows ? : For- Sydney, Bathurat, . Mudgeo, , Orange, Stewart- ' 1'oWn, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. ?For Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan, Maryvale, daily, 7 :? - a.m. ; arrive, 5.50 p.m. dailyv' . ? For' Lincoln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, - CullenbinOj Mudgoo, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, .7.30 p.m. For Comobella, Gollun, Murrungundy, Wednesday /and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, , ? 4 p.m. Sunday. - For Ponto, Torrabella, Tuesday and Friday,' 9 a.m.; arrive, .Wednesday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. '' 'For Yeoval, Mt. Aube'ry, Walma, Parkes, WedneB ? 'day and Saturday, 9 a.m. ;. Monday and Friday. ' N 4.30 p.m. ? 1 . For Curra Creek, Bournewood, Wednesday and. .. Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday. and Friday, ? ? -4 30. p.m. - : . . ? For Montefiores, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; arrive, daily, 5.15 ? ? p.m. For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arr...

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LOCAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

LOCAL MATCHES. Tho Wellington v. Bodangora juniors played a game of football oh the Wellington rcsorve on Saturday morning. The crowd of barrackers must have materially helped the local team, as they won by 12 points to nil. Wellington and Suntop juniors played a game in. tho afternoon, after tho senior match ; bus as the onlnnbnrA ininod in thn mime. Ilnrl urn Vinliavn Hmra were over 20 on one side, also darkness came on, thero was no finality to the game. Tho match Bodangora v. Burrell Creek, played at Dickerton in connection with tho Simms' Seymour competition, resulted in a win for the former by 3 points to nil. The next match of the senior competition will probably be Bathurat v. OraLgo. It is not yet known for certain what team Wellington will raeot next, though it is generally expeoted to be Lucknow. The following areas will become available on Thursday, the 29th instant : — Homestead selection, land district of Parkes. — On Flagstone Creek Holding, 1 block, 640 acres. Settle...

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Indian Courtship. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899

Indian Courtship. ' 1 be narration by Sarah Winnemucca of bow Indian maiden were wooed and won in the Piute nation shows the Btrictness of ? . that people in regard to the mingling of the .. . eoxea. _ The old chief's daughter gave the .following account of a Pinte conrtsbip to :? an American reporter. ii U7I ? „l: ' i — ' . . .. . -'nou pue reacnes womannooa ana her family desires to indicate tho tribe that their daughter Has reached tho marriage abIe.penod, she makes her debut, aa you say in English, but the Piute girl comes out in an entirely different way from that adopted by her white sister. Just before ? she reaches womanhood her grandmother v has especial chargo of her. To that, old lady whom years are supposed, to have brought: wisdom, ? tbe ? girl is given. She ' - schools, her iu' domestic duties, and explains to her the nature and importance of the wifely^olation. ? The girl their goes with the older female relatives to a teepee, which is a small wigwam where she remains...

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