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District News. MURRUMBIDGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

District News. MURRUMBIDGERIE. (Frem our pwn corresppndent.) The Public Sohool coneerb in aid or ttie prize'fnnd took ploco hero on Saturday last, and may b0 considered one of the most successful ovor held here.' I have not suf ficient timo at my disposal to go into detail ; 1 shall content myself by a few remarks. It moBt bo most gratifying to the promoter, Mr. F. S. Lovetfc, who was most nbly assisted by Mr! and Mrs. Starr, to think every tiling passed off splendidly. The school children's songs and recitations wore ludeett uiceiy ! rendered, and reflect credit on their tutors. A langhablo dialogue, ' Wanted a general servant, ' in which five school girls aud Mrs. Starr took part, -was in itself a treat ; as also was one by Messrs. Lovetfc and Starr, assisted by four sohool boys, the title beiug 'Procrastination is tho thief of time.' Mr. Tonkin and Mr. Davidson kepit the audience in roars of laughter with their funny Irish comedy, ' Mr. Puff,' and later by a very funny farce enti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

Dissolution ; of Inartner slii'p. , . TWlAiKE notlqo 1 1ml the ??- ..J-(i.Hino/s Jior;'- I JL - itoforo oarroil. oti .b'v .'ua '.iiiiUci* .lls^siyle^of/ REE3 & HAYM.CS ' i!t ; Wellington! W. Coach-., buildors,. Blacksmiths, eti1., l.uisj' tliis -day^ bcettdis;' aolved by mutuil consent-.. The business trill in future bp curried on Uy William, Henry ...R'ec$..'V,.,;; ' , Dated this 29th Juno, a d* isdo.' riiirn^v W J LL.I A M HENRY REESJ ysigncqj; ' jqh NVMENKY HAYNKS;';'--...; Witueas :t- F. Skyaiouu .UEOAiiTy, Solicitor, Wellington. V: Protestant Alliance Friendly Society ' ? OF ; AUSTRALASIA. \Vollingt.on Lodge No. 82 will hoi. I u GRAND SOCIAL in tho'PROl'ESTANT HALL on' Wednesday, Aiigust 2, '99 Double Tickets,. 5s ; Gentlomou's '1'ickct, 3s j Ladies' 2s. REFRESHMENTS. PROVIDED. , L. j A, 'WATSON, W.Mv, A, ROSE, Secretary. ABilliard Touriiiameiit SOO TJJP, ? Will bo hold at the ROYAL HOTEL, WELLING TON, at an early fluto. PRIZES — First, £10, or Trophy ; Second, £2, or T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

The Club House Hotel billiard touina ment was concluded last week; and was nott ( , by J. Orbell, J. Jacobs being second, ana l. , P. Hurley third. J. Orbell played consist □ntly well all through aud deserved bis win. Unoquallcd and Invinciblo Woods' Great rep pormint Curo for Coughs and Colds, l/o and -s/ ?

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LICENSING APPEAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

LICENSING APPEAL CASF, 1 This was an appeal under the Licensing Act I against the provisional license for an hotel' at'' I Bodangora, granted to William Rutter on 21st April fl last. The appellant was William Manwoll, and he fl was represented by the Crown Prosecutor, instructed I by Mr. Bassett. Mr. Booth, of Dubbo, appeared fl for the respondent. , ? Mr. Booth put in several objections to tlio applica- fl tion. He thought the only point to bo decided on ?- I was whether the size and importance of Bodangora,. I justified hotel accommodation. There vaa.a- popnlr- ' I tion of 1000 or 1100 within a few miles of the town. ' I ship and doctors and commercial .travellers who | came there were unable to obtain accomodation. Id I 1879 a license had been applied for and obtained by '? I a Mr. Rapheal, but had not been gono on with, I This showed that the need for a hotel had been ? recognized. The population had since increased by ? 1 hundreds, and thore were many business places, in- I elu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

In Memoriaiii. MARTIN— In loviug. memory of ourdeiirbrptlier,, Wiilam Jixss, wlitf died', at ?'Stuart'^To wn , ' July 3rd, 1898, ' : ' Qood nnd gentle was thy lifetime,; . .'' ; Christ has, died und sot'l jico ? f r-'c,' ? ? ;-. n - Wit it a lilt'cf doiirest 1 -?'?. ? And wo soon shall follow thee. ' . . . Inserted by Ins 1 ivinij brpthcr.-anii.sisfewUiobi'rt,1 Teresa andJunot Mart in. , ' . ? Thanks. THE COMMI LTK H|;o f ' ti^^ ? B.I11 LE OLUI3' beg: tV rei urri' tha'rik's'to all .those who -so k in- 1 iy j*»i via; i'ropli ipa '\foir V\tIio . I-J i q .Shootiug on Queens I5u' thihi* ... , si vLir sKRGEAN'r ROACir,: ?' -,'i :X- ^ccrriary. ; ?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

Tho , reliable ° r-Yamil jvi Remedy, -Woods' . Gieat Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds. 1/6 and 2/6,* ' . .' We hear there wore two marriages, colt; brated at Goolma recently'.'. Mr. Dr-ysclule of that towu was united to Miss Hughes, the ceremony 'was performed atthe residenco ?~t tu v...:/inv n-,.„™f0 a/i- t-- ? u.;_. ui . miu ui iuu a imitf. .nxi'. Kyun*nus. also, we understand, onfere'd the holy bonds of matrimony, but wo have not learnt tbo namo of his bride. ' The, weather seems . to liavo f akeii rip again, and is now beautifully fine but oilld. Last night (hero \v;as a very heavy '??frost; F; Seymouii Hegauty, Solicitor, opposite Post Office, Wellington.* Tho Mutual Improvement Society hold a meetiDg in the Public Library on Friday night, when the business tf tho oveningwiis impromptu speeches. There was a very fair attendance. The election of office-bearers will: take place next Friday evening, when a full attendance of members is hoped for. . ? ? For Children's Hacking ....

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

.Municipal Comicil. -'The . nsnal foi'tuightly riieoting of the council; was held in the codncil chambers on Thursday night, Jnne 29th. Present : The Mayor (in the. chair) j and Aldermen Quirk, Kerr,-. Connori Flanagan, Sig^ins, Kennard, and Poole. Minutes of tho previous meeting were' read and confirmed. ? r 7 NEW .'At D E RM AN. The Council Clerk' announced that an election to fill-, the' Vaqancy in the council; caused by the: resignation - of Mr. Hinvest bad resulted 'in Mr. H. H. Av Flanagan being returned, he being the only candidate. The Mayor made a- few congratulatory remarks, in the course of which he- said he thought Mr* Flanagan' a. most worthy young, man who would \vorit hard in the interests of tho ratepayers, and would prove an acquisition to the council. Alderman Quirk said he felt sure that Alderman Flanagan would with, experience turn out a most nsefnl councillor. He also referred to the report which had been current in town to the effect that the rival candidates f...

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

Local Jottings. A complimentary smoke social is being tendered to Mr. Abel Wilkins, this evening, at 8 o'clock, by the members of the Wel lington Federal League and otbor friends, in recognition of his valuablo ancl energotic services as secretary during the lato federal campaign. The smoke will take place at the Commercial' Hotel, and a very .jolly evenim? ia ninpp.f.prl. Tinkotn n«n ha lin«l from any of the committee, at 2/6 each. A gold medal, . manufactured by- Mr. Lynch, jeweller, is to be presented to Mr. Wilkins, and Mr. Nicholas i& talking of taking a flash-light photograph. Roll up, federalists^ The Convent in ' connection with St. Patrick's Chatch, Wellington, is ? almost completed. The additions will be a great convenience to the Sisters in their good work.- It will be remembered that a por tion of tbo' wing wa6 \blown down, when nearly completed, about eight months ago! The bnilding will be consecrated next San day. . :? Tho Royal Hotel tournament will be com men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. Tho purest Euoalypto on earth. Lord Carrington's friend in Influenza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. Tlio ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. ?Hut note well Euealypte, nob Eucalyptt.

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District Court. (Before His Honour Judge W. L. Merewether.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

District Court. ^ (Before Hia Honour Judgo W. L. Morewethor.) I Harris Lovy v. Denis Lennane— claim for Good* Bold, £3 12s 4d. g 05 No appoaranoe for partios. Caso struck out. Doltpn Brosv. Henry Poppornell— claim' for goods sold, £40 9s 6d. Sottlcd. Kaiolio Davichand v. Mer'oo Bubo. Mr. Heeartv for claimant, 'and Mr. Chaunoy for dofendent. Tliij was a case over a dishonored promissory note for £115. Mr. Chaunoy asked for a Dostnonnmnnk ^ next sessions. as his client was unablo toappoar His Honor could not consent to stand over till next court ; defendant to pay oosts .of tho day, A. E. Garling v. T. R. Towell— claim for eooda sold, 15s 7d. Settled. 8 as . ? A. E. Garling v. Geo. Paynter— olaim for goods sold, £8 2s 8Jd. A verdict was returned for the amount, with expenses of one witness. Mr. biiirk ' appeared for Garling - ?. Quirk and another v. J. J. McCarthy— eoodsioH £27 10s. Fart paid, and case settled.

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He Outprayed Them. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

lie Oulprayed Tliem. At. Detroit, the ' Women's Temperance Union,' or tho Women Crusaders aud Sal Sttlviition Army, visited a liquor saloon and tried by hard prnying to induce the pro prietor to close tho place. The proprietor invited the ladies to seats and asked them to pray, and lie himself offered the following prayer ' ' Almighty Creutor, Thou who hast made the heaven and tho earth and created man after Thine own ima«e as rulers of the earth while animals are living on -.rass and watur, Thou didst teach Thy servant Noah to make ^wine, nnd thou did punish him for making , intemperate use of it. At a wedding Thine own son, Jesus Chi ist, transformed water into wine when the juice of thegrapo was exhausted, that tho enjoyment of tho guests might not bo disturbed. The great reformer, Martin Luther, said : '' He who docs not love wine, woman, and song re mains a fool all his life long ' and one of the divine commands of the Book Thou has given ns is, That man shall drink no longer w...

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Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, JUNE 30. Before his Hon. Judge W. L. Morewether. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

Quarter Sessions — : ? t — . FRIDAY, JUKE 30; Before liia Hon, Judge W. Ii. Merewether. ^ Mr. R. T. B. O nden, Deputy-Sheriff, also .ocoupy.' ing a scat on the beocii besido his Honor. , . .Members of tlio Bar in attendance— Mr. J. H. P. Murray, . Crown Prosecutor,' and Mr. Veecb. Solieitora — Messrs Boasett, Quirk, Heearty, Cliauney, and Booth (Dubbo). , Tlio cato of Robert Port, or and ? Robert ? Fiiirbairn was fiiat. called. Porter was , in attendance, but Fairbairn failed to appear...., Mr, Bassett appeared for the accused. As Fairbairri was one of tlio principal witnessed, tho caso wasjiirtlier adjourned forcer Doing allowed bail in two suroties of £50 each, and tho witneases being bound over to appear when the enso 'was next called on. KOB11EEY AND ASSADIT. Tliouiaa Davis and William Holland weie charged with robbing and'assaulting Richard Berryman, in company, on the 8th of April last in Wellington; taking from him tho sum ofabout £4, and a hat. Both pleaded not guilty. Aceua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

NOTICE TO FARMERS. Messrs. James Martin and Company's TJp-to-Date Farming Implements. Martin's llorushy Double-Furrow Ploughs — con- vertible into tliree-furrow. Iho Kungarno Plough — convertible from two to three. ? Tho Spalding and ltobbins' Disc Plough. . Lover and Zig-Zug Harrows, Spring Tooth Cultiva tors, Cliaff-Cultcro— Hand, Horse or Steam. Horse dears, from ono to four, . Engines — Oil and Steam, Pumpt and Windmills. Iu fact all kinds* of Implements and Machinery : required. Should you not see mo personally drop me a lino All correspondence will be punctually atlonded to. W. G-. Reinliard, Local Agent; Notice of Removal. J. W. MARSHALL Watchmaker Etc., to tlie late. T. 8. Cunning ton, Has removed to the new premises erected next door to MR. SATCH ELL'S, ' A select stock of entiiely new Watches, Clocks, , Jewellory, and Optical Goods at Sydney prices. Agent for the Interchangeable Spectacles. , Sight carefully Tested. J.W.M. respectfully -solicits a continuance of past favor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 3 July 1899

For quality, out, fashion and fiinish tlio suitings . supplied by Price and Co., 114 King St.,Sydnoy, aro unexcelled. This iirm enjoys a high roputuliof throughout city and country, for tlio perfection on its goods and tliat reputatio'ii' it is dotormincd ot maintain. Visitors to Sydney would do woll to call promptly at the establishment and boo for them selves. Those unablo to do so should send for samples und self measurement forms and state about the price desired. Suits from £3 3s ; Trousers from 1G/0. A mugnillccnt assortment of winter suiMngs jast- opened.* If you can arouse curiosity by an ad vertise ment, it is a groat point gained. Tho fair sex don't hold all tho curiosity in tho world. / , ?. ? /.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

Artificial Teeth. CONSULT Larbalestier Bros., SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS. (Members of tho Dontal Assn. of N.S.W.) SYDNEY, NYNQAN, WARREft, WALGETT, and COONAMBLE. IF YOU WANT Artificial Teeth that Fit, Teeth without plates, Teetli cleaned, settled, filled, or Teeth extracted WITHOUT PAIN with . our local Anesthetic Anodene. Teeth gold-capped or erowoed, Teeth repaired, Teetli fitted by atmospheric suction, Teeth added to present cases, or Teeth remodelled or regulated. SETS l'ltoji £1 Is. ; a OLD FILLINGS iiioii 10s. Painless ExtkactioRs 2/6. CHLOROFORM, ETHER, CORYL, AND GAS ADMINISTERED. FEW TESTIMONIALS: Wnrron,;i2tb Sept., 1898. Mesjsks. Lahbalestieb Bros., Dentists, Deau Slits, — 1 have to thank you for tho skilful way you extracted my teeth, I felt no pain whatever ? — your uuajdthctic is a great desideratum ' to those wishing to' avoid pain. W. J. Paiskeb, Coach builder, Warren. Warren, 13th Soptember, 1898. It is with great pleasure tliut I certify you ex tracted 19 ro...

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THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE, CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

j„;.. . TUB STORY TELLEK. .A BITTER PENITENCE. ? +. CHAPTER II. 'Jsu'ttlie train in yet, Brady ?'—? Not yet, sur.V 'Jt in time — isn't it ?' - - . ' And a good tin minutes boyani', sur ; but *» ' it's not Jong now tbnt aho'Jl bo ! ' Tho firetspenlto-, atnll young msn, wIiofo r. ? : Toire was as singularly soft and melodious , as his manner was short and gruff, nodded and moved, away, turning up the collnr of his OTprcont, for tbe platform o£ Kilkeel 8tation was coldand draughty. Ilo strolled tn thn door, clnnced at tho tall dop-cart which stood there, drawn by a splendid bay mare, with a man out of livery standing' at ; her restlesB skittish head, and then, putting j.hia hands into his pockets, he began to walk op and down. He did not have to wait long. A bell rang, a signal . flashed, and the train came steaming in. A couple of minuteB . and it was on its way again, having ~ left on the dreary platform a pretty ffirl in a drab Newmarket coat* and felt travelling-hat — a girl with a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

, Au oxeiting race took placo on Tuesday afternoon. A customer was in a butcher's shop, buying sausages, and laid tho parcel down for a moment to havo tho usual chat. A friendly dog came along, sniffed round, investigated the parcel, and made off with it.' Tbo owner immediately noticed bis loss and gaveehase. Tho dog ran for dear life — and the sausages, — but our friend was too good for Iiim, and by shouts and speed ic covered his lost sausages. There was a happy homo that day — -sausages for. tea. F. Seymour Heoauty, Solicitor, 'opposite Post Office, Wellington.* Wellington's love for sweet music is now being. amply catered for. There is a little baud of four strolling singers, consisting of a man and threo children, who make tlie air molodains with their mellifluons warb ling. Thp niBn plays a flute (happy instru ment !), and tho children — well they sing. Another piire has beCu added to the very liberal list already offered for competition at tho forthcoming billiaid tournament ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

IMPOUNDED at WELLINGTON on tho 3rd day of July, 1899, from tho Wool Shed Pad dock, by ordor of Veech Brothers. 1, BAY MARE, oollar marked, blaze half way down '. face, P near shoulder, broken, aged, 15 bands, 2. CHESTNUT MARE, star, littlo white on both forojind near hind fetlooks, injured in near hip. 2RK nflarj shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands. In not released will be sold at thb~ Pound Yards,' Wellington, on Thursday, 27th day of July, 1899, at noon. - . JOHN CLEMENTS, ... ? - Poiindkeepor. In tub SnriiEMB Court or} NKW SOUTH WnlilSS. f PiioiiATB Jurisdiction; - -j ? In tho WILL of JACOB FREDRBICK WARNER, lato of Wellington, in tho Colony of New South Wales, gardanor, deceased. A PPLICATION will bo mado after fourteen days -t3L from tho publication hereof that Probato of the lust Will of the above-named deceased may bo cranted to JACOB FREDERICK WARNER, tlio Excoutor named in tho said Will. All creditors and Qthor porsons having any claim upon tho said Estate avo rcquirod within ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

Unequalled and Invinoiblo Woods' 'Grea^'Pon. permmt Curo for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 and 2/0* Mr. Reid intends to spend a week's holi day in Biverina preparatory to the opening of the session. . ' . 0 For Bronchial Couglis tako Wooda' Groat Poppor i Huub Ouro, 1/6 and 2/6. ^ i ?' - | -us: _ ?_ -) ; :? ?

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RESULTS OF THE TOUR, [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899

RESULTS O V THE TOUR, . Matohcs played, 16 j won,- 9 j lost, 1 ; drawn, 6, May 8, — Crystal Paliee, v. South of- Englnnd. Drawn — South of England, 240 and 222 ; Australia, 375 (Gregory 124, Noble 116 not out) and 7 for ono viokct. ' :- May 11. — Loyton, ri Essex. .Lost by 126 runs Essex, 199 and 144; Austrulia, 144 and 73. May 15.— Kennington Oval, v. Surrey. Won by an innings and 71 runs — Surrey, 114 aud G4; Aus tralia, 249. May 18.— Eastbourne, v. Mixed Eleven. Won by ,171 runs — English Eleven, 171 and 107 j Australia, 222 and 227 for eight wickets (innings declared closed). May 22. — Shofliold, v., Yorkshire. Druwn through rain — Yorkshire, 83 for threo wickets. May 25. — Manchester, v. Lancashire. Won by uu innings and 84 runs — Australia, 267 ; Lancashire, 102 and 81. May 29. — Oxford, v. Oxford University, DrawD —Oxford, 341 ; Australiu, 303 and 360 for four wickets. \ June 1. — Nottingham, v. England (first test). Driwvn — England, 193 and 153 for soven wickets ; Australia...

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