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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Eucalypte on earth. Lord Carrington's friend in Influenza, The world's remedy for chest complaints. Ths ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. But note well Eucalrpte, not Eucalypti. ' Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestiexv Bros. ; SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL : JDJEUSr T I ST S^ (Members of tlie Dental Assn. of N.S.W.) SYDNEY, NYNGAN, WARREIi, WALGETT, and COONAMBLE. IP YOU WANT Artificial Teeth that Fit, Teeth without plates, Teeth cleaned, scaled, filled, or Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with our local Aneesthctic Anodene. Teeth gold-cupped or crowned, Teeth repaired, Teeth fitted by atmospheric suction, ' ' Teeth added to present cases, or ' Teeth remodelled or regulated. SETS fbom £1 Is. ; GOLD FILLINGS feom IOb. Painless Extractions 2/C. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYL,' AND GAS ADMINISTERED, FEW TESTIMONULS: Warren,J12tb8ept, 1898.' Messrs. Labbamstibb Bnos., Dentists. . Deau Sibb,— I haVe to thank you for the skilful way you extracted my teeth, I felt no...
Typhoid and Death. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
Typhoid and Death. | The Municipal Council has not yet taken any steps towards improving the .sanitary condition .of Wellington.' At the. tiinfe when Alderman Kerr's motion was rejected in the Council, it was understood that by-laws were to be framed to enable the officers of the nnnnni! in n'nfnrm itrM nlnanllnoDo . and on this understanding Alderman Kerr was willing to allow the matter to rest. At last Council meeting the matter was again brought np by Alderman Kerr, on a notice 6f motion for the introduction of the East Orange by-laws, which were described aB model ones. The matter met with tho usual fate of Bnch reform matters in the Council, where :a motion to spend even a ponny is always opposed, even when the matter is one of such urgent necessity :»s this. We want by-laws regulating this matter, and then enfoicing those by-laws, and thuB starting a new order of things in the way of sanitation. At the .previous meeting, a month ago, it was nnderstood that the two systems^were...
Wellington Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
Wellington Jttlectoi ate. The final returns in . connection ' witji the referendum vote are ^ now as follow^-'— For the bill, 1016; against, 1120; informal,. 20. Total against 'tho bill, 104. The returns not already published are : — Yes. No. Informal. Upper Pyramul... 19 2 ,0 Sally's Flat ... 25 11 1 Tamboroora ' ... 20 28 0 The total returns for the whole colony are : 107,274 for the bill ; 82,701 against. Majority 24,573. Elevon returns not yet in.
"Concord of Sweet Sounds." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
' Concord of Sweet Sounds.' I ?Music is the expression of joy by sound — - the commingling of sweet notes— tho out pouring of the heart's happiness. When one goes out into tho greon fields^ under the shadow of the trees, and listens enraptured to the notes of .the wild- birds trilling their joyous layn, there rises np in tho heart a feeling wuich must find expression in sonnd — tlie human voice is raised 'in sweet com munion with nature — -thib' 'wo call music. :Wo enter an opera house and listen to fcho sweet Bounds poured forth' by the prima donna of tho day— heir human voice 'raised to the highest pitch, or lowered to the clearest, sweetest note, 9nd we sit enraptured with the joy expressed — and this is mnnin. A great band of wind instruments joins their several noteB and tones together in a martial march or a sonl-stiring melody of sound — not a note missing, not an instrument out of tune, — and the result is music.. It is something indefinable, something hardly to be expressed...
Wanted—A Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
Wanted— AKire Brigade. li» all towns of any importance whatever, where there is an aggregation of houses, tho first great need is a good water supply and after. that a means of putting out fires. Wellington has now reached that stage in its advancement when the first of these needs is about an accomplished fact, aB by Septem UnH nil H/i^AWnn nf fltia ' ittAO tl ilia nVAn^nni ucl ui vvuvuci ua vino joui itio cavcou i boon to humanity ' will be running through | the-town, and . be on tap in every house. But. what abouti a Firo Brigade P Certainly Wellinjgtbn has boeu fortunate in the matter of fires, hnt still there have been some and there will be again ; in order to cope with the fires when they do come, we should' immediately have a Fire Brigade. A pnblic subscription should he started, for this end, and. tho Government shonld be ap proached to give the usual , pound for pound subsidy. It is quite unnecessary, to argue as to th9 advisability of having a TTIrrt T? r»i rvorla TTnrn w...
Government Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
| Government Gazette Notices. ! Tho application of 0. McKenzio and Others has been approved for a gold-mining lease of 5 acres at Hill End, county Rox burgh, parish Waterboach. Preliminary notices given of intention to cancel N. Bo.rohardt'g and W. Bakewell's universal leases in the county of Wellington. Tenders will bo received no to noon 011 29th Juno, for the removal of school build ings from Brctivo, nenr Ooohnbarabran, and ro-rrection of Barrie at; Mundooran. The crown l.-nd- sale advertised tn bo held at Bathiirst on the '23rd instant has been postponed until Saturday, tlie 22nd proximo. Sales of laud,' at tho Land's Office, Bathurst, are notified for 23rd August of the following 1 lood 6f perches, county Wellington, Parish Tambaroora, in tho village of Hill End; and 25j perches in the same locality. Richard Henry Buckingham Finney, probationary, telegraph messenger at Tran gie, has resigned his position in the public service. ' ?
Land Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
Land Settlement. The ' Herald' Bays the reports received: on Thursday from the various crown land agents throughout tho colony . represent satisfactory state of things as far as the progress of settlement upon crown lands is concerned. The area covered by tHo variousapplica tions received amounted to 19,884 acres; made up as folIowB Homestead selections 4044 acres; settlement leases,' $ 10.0;. acres ; conditional purchases and conditional leases, 10,740 acres. ' The homestead selections and settlement leases taken up are as follows : — Grenfell,=2 blooks, 2089 acres; Molong, 1 block, 13 acres ; Mudgee, 1 block, 18 acies ; Walgett, 1 block, 1290 aoreB ; Campbelltown, 1 block, 19 acres ; Warren, 2 blocks, 125 acres ; Cootamundra, 1 block, 488 acres ; Albury, 2 blocks, 12 acres ; and Coonabarrabran, 1 farm, 5100 acres. Grand total, 11 home stead selections, covering 4044 acres, and 1 settlement lease farm of '5100 acres. Theconditionalpurohaseapplications were 61 in number, of which 19...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
JUoh6.?^011 ',0.ftrd a sensation' bet; being ? mudo Dolif,. 91, 6ulQ.ca to a goosoboiry, a- bible-bank of sheoalc, a hundred pouuds is to win °, ,cl'l)8.1 and 80 °n- Tho art of bolting „\ 'd v W n y°u ni»6t l''1 '??''tainties. Cur° 0 ! You ,baok Woods' Gr .. , pmaiat ZZ ,be.Bt»-»«gb or cold ovo-, ....u. You'll that. ^ homo. No Johnny Armstrong about
CURRA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
„ OURRA CREEK. ' ' _ It is vory; gratifying to leurn by tho account a from different parts of the colony to hand, that our in telligent voters have gainod for' us a grand, and do oisivo victory, in the reccnt campaign between federalists and anti-fedoralaits. The conflict wns car ried on with great activity and determination by both parties, disclosing tho faot. that tho power of this colony is in favorof unity, with the sister colon ies. I road the Premier's spoech in the ' Times.' with much interest. Ho was very frank and out. spoken in his remarks. Ho lacked no tact in deal ing with tho bill and many of its leading clauses. He did not attempi to wrap up or hide anything fiom the people. Ho was not ashamed to acknowlodgo his former avorsion. to federation. Ho gave hia reasons for opposidg the bill, and the causo of his acoeptiong it now, very plainly pnd decisively, He said he did not deny that ho had formorly. been a bitter opponent of federation, bht it was because hd had recogn...
District News. STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
District News* , STUART. TOWN. Referendum chiy passed off very quietly hore. The. majority recorded against the bill was. 200 to 02. Of course Stuiirt Town was alway3 against .federation, therefore tlie rosult surprised no ono; though federation ia only union, so thut wo' should get along much better now. ?. . . The. sports on Tuesday passed . oil vory anccesa fully. J. Hunt won . tho Maiden Plate, and J; Murphy (14 yards) tho Fedoral Handicap. ' Mining still keopa at a afandstill, though when tho Post Offico Beef- has sufficient wator, things will go ahead. .... . .
No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
-..;A uurnorjs,. current in politiealj circles that Sii: ^ Jos/pli Aiibo.tt '-will resign tho Speakership of tho Legislative ABSembly. It is considered probable that Mr.' McCourt will succeed him. ' That popular and extremolv woll written paper, tlie Orango ' Leader,' has recently changed hands. Mr. Harry: J. : Brooke, tho late proprietor, lias Imd to loave Orange on account of his health. -Tho new proprietor is Mr. E. S. Cany.of Dubbo, aud. to him wo i extoncl our. beat wishos for his'succoss. i Tho undermentioned lenses nr.i now ready for delivery, undoi conditions of tbe Mininir 011 Private Lands Act . of 189-1,.— W. Higgins, p.G.l. 4i, pnrt of 71, 3-t 2r 20p ; M. Leiiry, 1' G.ii. 6, part of 52, 4n 36p.;- J./, Ryan, 7, part of 71, ftneres ; all in . the parish of Gnnoo, county Gordon. y'Thc above leases are taken up in the locality: of Mr. ITiggin's lioW gold find' ncfir Yeoval. _ :
Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. LEICESTERSHIRE. AUSTRALIANS—First Innings [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 26 June 1899
Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. LEICESTERSHIRE.' ? AUSTRALIANS— FiWTnn,-i,-ri'-.'J': Worrall,run out... ... ... ? ,,, . 17 Darling, st Whiteside, b Qceson ,,, 7 Noble, c Wliitoaide, b Wood ...- ? ... 2G Gregory, not out ? UQ Trumpor, b Gceaon ? - ' ,,, - Kellv, c Brown-, b Godson. ' j ? ^ -;t Trumble, b Geeson - . 1 ' iq Lavor, Ibw, b Gcoson ? ? ' ? - - ? - q McLeod, b Grewcock .^. ... ! ' .-0 Jones, 0 Brown, b Growcouk - ' xo Howell, c-Marrioft-, b Gecson - ' ? . ' ' ' - -10 1 Sundries - ... ? ? ,1— . '.-j2 Total l'r.^ J - 191 Bowling Analyei^rrGei'soni G wickets lor 05 Vunsy GilwcocK, 2 toi 57, WoOi1, 1 foi 21 , , . LElClittl l-.lvSLlllvl!.— Firat;InniiTi»a'-i s ICninhl, b rrumblo t ,, ' x 12 Jbronn; b MiLcod 7 'I ougher, b J iinn'jh ' , ,,10 Itai-rioi t, c. MuLcod( b :Trimiblo' '-;?' ? : ^ 22 l)u liaffuul, 11111 out' ?-.* 1 -- ^ 1 - 22 Kine, e ami I, J iuii bio ,, 4 iiiti In ad, I) ^iob i! f 7 Geeson, lbw, b Howell ... -N ' ' 1 Gieu cock, b Howell ' , s 0 Wood, b Howell ** , , 1 0 Whitesid...
District News. BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
District News. BODANGORA. I A. doputation of ttvo members of tho Bodatigora K Progress Oommittoo waited on tho Kailway Com- I- missionors at Maryvale ' last Thursday, in order to I bring boforo.tboir notico cortain improvomonta wbich ? wero considered necossary to 'moot tlio lurgoly in- ?? creasing goods traffic at Hint station. It was arranged I - fcbat mombors of the Maryvalo committoo should I- fortn- part of the deputation, 'hut as nobody attended ?- I presumo tticy did not consider tbo matter of any m groat importance to thoir district The f'UoBakB ?- (Messrs. W. Smith, Comobolla, cbairmau , -R, G. ' ?; Peacock, secretary ; W. Smith, F. G. King/and W'! K Shea), wero introduced by tlio general traffic ? manager and tho following improvements were I suggostod :— Komoval of tbo gateB on the western I side of tbo lino to givo ir.oro room for turning I' wagon s round ; tho construotirn of a loop lino on tho I samo sido for largor accomodation nnd facility in I loading tbo trucks: an...
Wellington Federal League [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Wellington Federal League I A committee meeting was hold in tbo I counoil chambers ou Thursday evening. Mr. T. H. York, president, occupied tho chair and there was a very good attendnncol Theminutos were road and confirmed. Tho' Secetary announced that ho had written letters of thanks and congratulation to Messrs. Larko and Copolnnd, and tho rond. ing of the letters was received with npplauflo. The treasurer read a statement of accounts showing a shortage, portion of which was made up in tho noon. Mr. McLeod pro posed that the accounts be passed for pay ment, which was duly carried. Mr. Chauncy proposed a hearty vote of thanks' to Mr. A. Wilkins for the services rendered to the: League as secretary, and eulogised his energy and ability. Mr. Bergman seconded, and Messrs. Tait, McLeod, McGrath, Kerr, Hegarty, and York warmly supported the motion. Mr. Wilkins return ed thanks, and said he did what he had done for the love of the cause. Tho voto was carried by acclamation. After a littl...
TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY. Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
TELEGHRAPHIC (Fr6m our own Correspondent.) Sydney. Thursday; 3 p.m. It is considered portable that, Sir Joseph Abbott will, bo sent to England to forward the pnssage of tho Foderal Bill through the Imperial Parliament. ????-. Mr. Lyne.ia boing urged by many of his frionds to contest the probable vacancy in tho Spcakership. ' Curdinal Moran snys ho has proof that prcBSuro.wnB brought, to boar upon ono wai ship commander to bomburd a Sanionn catholic enclosure, but that ho is not at liberty to produce tho proof. In tho footbnll match England versus Toowoomba, the former won by 19 points to 3. . At hhe annual meeting of Goldorougb, Mort & Co. Limited yesterday, the chairman announced that instalments of calls in arrears amounted to £196,500. A serious accident occurred on board the ship Marioli Ballantyno at Newcastle, when ono of tho windlass bars struck the cook namedThomson on tho head .killum him in stantaneously. Two other men were knock ed down and injured severly. ??? ? ...
Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Local Jottings. ?A rumour was current in town this week to the effect that the real reason of tho visit of the Railway Commissioner^ to Wellington was to ascertain the suitability or otherwise of this town for the establiah meut of railway workshops. It is a long way to Bathurst, and Wellington would make a good half-way station to Bonrko. Wo wonld advise tho Commissioners to erect workshops here. . A. E. CoupiAtfD; Hairdresser) has removed next door to Chas. Swan's, where lie may be seen for tho next six we'dks, pending the building of his new premises.* Building operations aro in full swing all over the town, and the only question now is not the desire to put up a bouse, but the difficulty in obtaining tho necessary workmen and material. ' Mr. P. F. Hurley has had tho foundation of his new shop in Lee-street laid, and will shortly have /handsome and ..com modious premises in which to carry on and enlarge his over growing saddlery and harnessbusincsi. ;':. ..;';.'? ? . '.'; '?:?: :...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
For quality, cut, fashion nnd fiinish tho suitings supplied by Price and Co., 114 King St.jSydnoy, are unexcelled. This firm onjoys a high roputntion throughout city and country for tho perfection of its goods and that reputation it is determined to mnintain. Visitors to Sydney would do well to call promptly at the establishment and soo for them selves. Those untble to do so should send ior samples and self measurement forum and state about the price desired. ' Suits from £3 3s ; Trousors from . 16/6. A magnificent;, assortment of winter suiMngs just oponod.* V' 'Wheu I was once in danger from a tiger,' said an old East Indian veteran, ' I tried sitting down and staring at him, as I had no weapon.' 'How did it work?' risked a bystander. 'Perfectly; tho tiger didn't even offer to touch me.' 'Strange, very' strange! How did you account for it ? .' 'Well, sometimes I've thonght it was because I sat down on a high branch of a very tall tree.' We often heard of a sensation bet being made...