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Wedding at Maryvale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 29 June 1899
Wedding at Maryvale. A very pretty and interesting wedding was celebrated at Maryvale on Wednesday, June 28th, the occasion being the marriage of Mr. Joseph McHugh, of Maryvale, to Miss Margaret Knoblanche, only daughter of Mr. Christian Knoblanche, of Turondale. The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr. Stephenson, of Maryvale, and was at- tended by a large assemblage of relatives and personal friends of the contracting parties. The Rev. Father Gell was the officiating clergyman, and tied the nuptial knot in the course of the beautiful marriage ceremony. The bride, who looked charming, was dressed prettily in pale heliotrope &nbsp; waterwave silk, trimmed with white lace &nbsp; and chiffon, and bridal wreath and veil. She also wore a handsome gold bangle and brooch, the presents of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids — nieces of the bridegroom — were Miss Mary Dowd (dressed in cream lustre silk, trimmed with silken lace), Miss Gertie Dowd (in white shower of hails...
THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
THI'l STORY TELLER. ? A BITTER PENITENCE. . CHAPTER T. - 'I suppose,' eaid Nnmli I'.ti.il to h4.r . self, ' that if I had u «f what aunt Rloljrneux calls ' proper xnide,' I shouldn't oven dream of doing such a thing. Indeecl I'm not quite sure that I oughtn't to faint away,, at the very notion and write Loiubo an indignant letter the moment I come round. . It is a thousand pitiep, really, that I was ever born, so utterly heedless am I of what is due to myself and my position ! That's another of aunt Molyneux's speeches! If ? x siay nere mucn longer, x suaii positively be petrified into something very much like - ber-^a consummation devoutly to be wished f rom her point of view( I dare say. My position, too ! That's rather a joke ! I won der if she ever saw even the ^tail-end of a 'Hoke ihlier life, and, if so, how long it took her Nora laughed a little bitterly, yet with a cerain sense of hilarity, as she looked round the dull, shabby, and very chilly little third-floor bed-room of ...
TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY. Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
.TELEG.R-AFIliC (From oau own Co,uiiKsij0NDKNT.) . .. - Sidney. Monday, 3 p.m. - .j Bittorly cold weather is repot ted from all parts of the colonyj with snow on the higlr lauds. Wreck's are: reported ! of tho schoohers Torea, Yetu und Tonga, at Rnrntonga. , . .'' Some lmvglav.4 at Braid wood, aflev break ing into a stoie; purloined ^ jncal constable's sulky to cairy tho safo:.away.!': 'r' r ?' . Tlio Quoeusl'and Tfeasarer n^inpuiVces .11. a surplus of £159,900 for tlio financial yeiuv Tho warehouso of Wolil Bros., Mulbouriip-. raerchauts, was partly destroyed by fire oii Saturday, night. - A wire from Melbourne stites lliafc Major Wardell has requested tho committeo of tlie . Marylebono Cr*c'5°t Club, to select au English team to visit Australia next year. Captain Wynyard will probably take charge of the team . Latest Market Prices. Wheat, 2a lid to 3s; chickwheat 2s 4d to 2s 6d ; flourj £6 15s to £7 ; maize, 2s lOd ; chaff, 3s to 33 10d.; lucerne £2 10j to £4 10 ; oaten liay; £3 ?...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
markets. Mcssrs.Thoinas and Rotton report having sp'd as' under 1 uc cons, from £'± tu £6 ; pigs, woanere, at Cj ; fowls, stable,, to '2s* C.l'per pair ;' ducks, table, frem 2s-; pumpkiu?VtP £4- por ton ; hci'aes, mcdium draught, from £6. . , ? \ '.'.v. Prices supplied. -by I- Bergman & Co , Wollingtoq — Sheepskins Cld. per Jb. ; hides 2d; to 3d.': per. jb. j, opposum skins Gs. per.dozcn ; horsehair is.' per. lb. bueswux Od per lb. ? . . The following woro the prices for New South,. Wales produce iu Sussex street ..Sydney, on Sat urday : — . Wheat. — N.S.W., milling, 3s Od to'Ss 2d; socontl quality, 2s lid. Flour.— N.8.W., £6 12s 6d to £7 5s ; Vic., £6 15s to £7 5s; S A., £7 to £7 7s 6d; Manitoba, £9 16s to £10. ,. _ ... ' . Oats.— Seed, 2s j prime foedi Is 9d, medium Is 8d; Tusmauian, prime Is 8d, medium Is 6d to Is 7d per bushel..- . *. Maize. — Market firm. Prime, 2s lOd per bushel. PeaS.— Blue, te 3s 9d ; grey, tp 3s per bushel. Chickwheat. — ;Prime, 2s 5d!te2j Cd por bu...
Cricket. THE THIRD TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA.—First; innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
Cricket. THE THIRD TEST: MATCH. AU si HALT A. — Firsfc mninon-';.. ?? -^ Wprrall, run out ... -'76 Kiliy.c L r^ , b Jlrig^s ' . ..0 Noble, run out .. ... . . . .- , o Grngpry, e Lilley, b llearno :???'?;? ?-. Q Hill, o Lilley, b loung . ' ? ... 34 . Darling, e loung, b Bnggs , ..9 1 rum per, b Young . , ' ,M 12 lrumble, not out .„ ,, IM 20 Laver, st Lilley, b Bnggs .. ... 7 Howell, 0 Ranjitsmj In, b Young . t 7 Jones, b Young ... ... 1 ... s j B Sundtits . . . j ., ,2 iota i 172 Bowling : Young, 4 for 30; Br]gga,- 3 for 53, Hearne, 1 for CO ; Jackson, Ofor'18- -? ENGLAM).— First innings Maclaren, c and b l rumble . . ,?„???. ... ? 9 J. T. Brown, 0 'lrumble, b'Noblo ? ? 27 Runjitsiniiji, c Werrall, b Noblo v H Quaife, b Jones ... . ? ?? ? -. v ? ' ^30 Jackson, b irumblo ? ... :-y-g ? l'ry, b Noble ... ? !J8 Hay ward, not out , , 40 Lilley, 0 Hill, b lrumble .. . C5 Hcarne, b 'lrumble . 3 Youug, c Kelly, bTrumblo..\ ... _ 0 Briggs (absent, ill) , ^ n ~ ... 0 bundnes .8 Total ( , 220 ?...
WELLINGTON v. BUREEL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
WELLINGTON v. BURREL CREEff . This match was playod on Saturday on Boll Park and respited in a . drawn game, both sidos scoring 3 points. Tho day was all that could be dosired for a fast exposition of tho game, but. play wasdisapppinting, as npthing brilliant was dpne pn cithor side, Thero was a fair attendanco considering the cold. . Tho onlookers, ? however, cannot bo congratulated on their cpnduct iu, encroaching ou the. playing aroiv,: thus timo after timu interfering with the contestants. Another, matter that should be referred te is the hoot inc. and insultinc remarks indulged in by a scction of tho crowd : this, . howovor, comes mostly from small boysj but is nevertheless reprehensible in the oxtrome.' True supporters of tho winter pastimo will hail with delight the time when tho show ground is availablp fpr matches. As to the play, little need be said. TLo gamp was evon throughout, and neither side could claim much advantago ovor the other. . Early in tho matoh Wellington di...
SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
I : SUNTOP. ? (From our own correspondent) Everything has a healthier appearance -in this district than a month ago. Tho farmers are almost finished wheat sowing nnd rbe paddocks have a green appearance. Wheat fKiwu , shortly after tbo April raius looks well. Ihe farms sold by Mr. Gadcq in this district, a short timo ago, havo:; quite- a diiferont appearance. Messrs. Gidden Bros, have over 200 acres cleared, Mr. Bru nun el I 300, inn ByBt0®. a,l(^ others fiom 50 to Jmi ^ClCS ea(i'1, ^ hoped that wo will nave a favorablo season. On necount of many of, tho farmers boing at the Wellington 3ulos last Saturday,- the iiBnnl m'onthy Paimers' Union meeting was not held.
WARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
T;' WARNE. (Frem pur pwn cprrespondent.') The federation question turned out here almost the way I predicted, to wit with . a two to one majority against the Bill. 'There was very little enthusiasm, so polling day passed very quietly. It is with sincere regret I am obliged to chronicle tlio death of a young boy, son of Mr. A. Edwards. The dear littlo chap wsb about three years of age, and succumbed atter a bnef aud painful lllnesB to an attack of bronchitis. ' Much, sympathy is felt fdr the bereaved parents, who have been robbed of a bright. and moBt promising little fel low. There was, a very fair attendanco of members at tlie Debating Club meeting on Friday night, 23rd inst., and the ice waB thus broken after -repeated failures. Time had certainly arrived ' for: deoisiyoj'iiiction, and it is now thought'- tU^t;'the'.^aB H.i\l ham as.it is only right it should., The ques ?tion debated was ' Should hoiels be opened on Sunday, ' and after much decision ou both sides, the question wns...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5 /? per quarter in advance Booked, 6/-. i ;- v ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, ? and 1/6 for each succeeding inch per insertion up to a column of space and to ton insertions. Liberal v. discount for standing advertisements. No advertise. - ^ient, however small, less than 2/6 cash, or booked 3/*.' All orders for diBoqntinuanco of advertisements or paper to bo iu writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions exocuted »? on tho shortest notioe ut lowest prices.
YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
YEOVAL. (From our own correspondent.). The residents of Yeoval are again indebted to Mrs. W. H. Ban well's zeal, in the way of. preparing entertainments, for a pleasant little dance, held in her rooms on: Friday;, the 23rd instant, at which about fifteen couples assembled. The refreshments, of .tr rather substantial kind, were partaken of about one o'clock, in a large marquee erected # «i ' ? ' ? j i ? t-U* ior me OCCaSIOXJ, auu V uaui/mcu Wjr mc artistic placing of certain pots of flowering shrubs and plar.ts. : Great credit is due* to the able concertina player, Mr.' G-. Miles, who, assisted by Mr. D. Martin, , supplied the music, to the strains of which dancing ' waB kept going till. six' o'clock id tbe morn ing. Many handsome dresses, were worn by the ladies,, among whom were Miss Bow hay, in . black eurl cloth trimmed with black silk and passementerie, dividing the honor of belle with Miss E. ' Kearney, dressed in dark cloth trimmed with lace and gimp. Mrs. Miller wore a handso...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
s. H. DAWSON, C Licensed Surveyor, l Specially Licensed! under tlie Real lJro . . porfcy Act. ? : 1 TS brepared fco' undor'fcako Sab-division L Survoys of all kinds ; taking of lovols, J; fa. Address, Wellington. - tol BUTCHEBy A Sherriff & McCormick, i WHODESALB AND RETAIL FAMILY V ' ? BUTCHERS. T1 ^ ? Lee Street, Wellington. Beal^ndCo' s ' -»T1?W 'TORPEDO ' SEWING MACHINE IN is undoubtedly THE Machine of tlie Day, ' imving Ecci'rcd THREE FIRST PRIZES at the Pr lote Sydney Show, where all known mokes were SWf ffl.» and CO. w.t. . J 'XSLXpM Oold Mrf.l tor HAPSBUBO ? PIANOS, which are spooially constructed for the g ? ^climate, and which only require tuning about once - ''mAmTa/ND CO. haTO invented a . Macbino whTcanbo ultered from Jock to chain by eimplj A ? pressing a button# TermB to suit tho times. ,, T -. Tfttll particulars on application to the Local . . Agent or tho Manager, Ma. J.MoMands, Beale and £ Co.j Dubbo. ? . - ; LadiesrSeneral Nurse. : ; MRS F. COLREAVY, havin...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails close at the Wellington Post Office, and arrive there as follows : — For Sydnejr, '-Bat.hu ret, Mudgee,. Orange, Stewart Tow q, . daily, 5;30 p!m. f arrive, ,7.20 a;m. daily! For Dubbo, Boiirke, Nydgan, Mary vale, daily, 7 a.m. ; arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. . For Lincoln, SpicerV Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat, Gullenbine,. Mudgae, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.) arrive, Wednesday. arid Saturday, 7.30 p.m. ' For Coraobella, Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday rfnd Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, 4 pm. Sunday. ForjB6eto,Terrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arriVe, Wednesday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. : For Yeoval^ Mt. Aubery , Walma, Parke8,..Wednea-; ; . day and Saturday, ? 9 a.m.; Monday and 'Friday 4.80 p.m. ' ; : For Curra Creek, Bournewood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Monday and Friday, tv.-v 4 30 p.tp; ' ' ' ? - For Montefiorcs, daily, 8.45 a.m. ; 'arrive, daily, 5.15 p.m. ? .. For Wuuluman, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. ; arrive ? Tuesday and F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899
WJLJ) CHERRY Balsam Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, -iriade from tlio expressed juioo of Wild - .Cherry Bark j in ? combination with other ingredients, will be found the most useful medioino for chest nffectiona. Propared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) . Dispensing & F&milyChemist medical hall, NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. Mr. E. P. SOLOMON ? FROM SjpSEY, ' ' Surgical and:liechanical -. De«(p, ; Who hu been iri WelllnitdnBirico^January, has decided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, arid for the present may be consulted at the Club House f Hotel, Lee Street. f PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. HEUBAIiGIA Ct 7RED. Artificial Teeth, on Gold, Vulcanite, eto., made to so closely resemble the natural' ohes in color - and lifelibo appearance, ua to render detection impossible. ' ' ' v ?' Herrous Patients fitted with teeth without . extracting old stamps. ? ; ...