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Annual Stud Sheep Pair. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Annual Stud Sheep Fair. Sheepbreeders and others interested iu the wool industry wore well represented on Wed- nesday at Messrs Goldsbrougb, Mort and Co'b twenty-fifth annual sale, and a com mencement was made on a catalogue of 2223 pure merino rams and 114 pure merino ewes. Messrs. Oh Maiden, sen., and jun., were tho auotionoers. From tbe commencement it was apparent that purchasers were bent up on hnsinoss. Keen competition was mani fested and good prices were bid without hesitation. Seventeen merino stud rams offered for the Hon. Jas Gibson, of Belle Vue, Tasmania, brought satisfactory prices. A special stud ram, Reserve, realised 300 guineas, and the ram Captain was placed at 420 guineas, Mr. N. M'Callam, Junee, and Mr. W. Leonard, of Welltown, respec tively, being the purchasers. In eight in stances ihe ccutury was passed. Tbe ram Raglan, sold on account of Mr. W. H. Gib son, Fairfield, Epping, was purchased by Mr. C. M. Buck at 145 gnineas. The special gfnd ram Aurum was purch...
Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Local Jottings. ' Mr. Brown, of the Bank of New South Wales, who was called away to Sydney last week by the serious illness of his father, has returned to Wellington ; and Mr. New man, who was relieving him, returned to Dnbboon Wednesday morning. Mr. Brown was in time to seo his father for the last time, as his illness proved fatal on Monday. Wo offer our sincere condolences to Mr. Brown, a sentiment in which we feel suro that all who know that gentleman will join. As will be seen in our advertising columns, Messrs G. E. Wiso and Co. announce a huge six weeks' sale of their stock of drap ery, etc. It will bo necessary for them to give np tho old building to tbo contractors in about six weeks, and with this in view they wish to lighten their stock. A heavy reduction is promised in all lines, which will compel a speedy reduction in the vol ume of their goods. The walls of portion of tho new building are now going up, under neath which has been constructed a cellar for general storing ...
Wellington Statistics. VITAL [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Wellington Statistics. VITAL The following are the statistics of births, death?, and marriages for the quarter end ing 80th June, 1899. Births — 85. (41 males and 44femaleE). Marriagec — 14. Deaths — 24. (13 inalej and 11 females). We are furnished with the above figures by the courtosv of Mr. A. G. Chiplin, C.P.S REVENUE. For the quarter, ending 30 ih June 1899, the sum of £8549 15s 2d was collected by the C.P.S , C.L.A, etc. at Wellington.
Complimentary Social to Mr, A. Wllkins. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Complinfentary Social to Mr, A. Wilkins. j A smoko social, in recognition of the able and valuable services- rendered by Mr. A. Wilkins during the federal campaign, waB tendered him on Monday night, July 3rd. As evidence of the extreme popularity which Mr. WilkinB enjoy.', there was a very large attendance of bis friends and admirers, notwithstanding the fact that only two or three days had been allowed for working the affair up. The large sitting-room at the Commeicial Hotel had been arranged for the accommodation of the visitors, and here the 40 or 50 gentlemen, who had the good fortune to attend, put in an enjoyable and most harmonious evening. - Mr. T. H. York occupied tho chair, and round him were seated nil the workers of the Federal League. In a very apt speech Mr. York announced ' they were present that. evening to do honor to one who had rendered signal service to the cause of Australian union. As a very slight recognition of those services he was pleased to make a presenta...
Wellington Police Court. Tuesday, July 4. (Before Mr. A. E. Rose. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
. Wellington Police Court. Tuesday, July 4. (Before Mr. A. E. Rose. J. P.) John King, charged with riotousbehaviour ; ip Pcrcy-st, Wellington, on the 3rd instant, - pleaded guilty, 'and was fined 4j or 24 hours. Fine paid. John Connors pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Maughan Street on 3rd instant, and was fined 20s or 7 dayts .Fine paid. f A vordict for 5s with -4s lOdcoBts was re turned against Ab Young for driving a cart upon a footway in Swift Street on the 13th June. Fine paid. William Drew, for wilfully riding a horse upon a footway in Maughan Street on the 14th June, was mulcted in th3 same sum. ? Fino paid. Wednesday, July 5. (Bbfore Mr. A. G. Chiplin, J. P.) Henry Watson, for drunkneBs in Nanima Creecent on the 4th instant, was ad monished and discharged. llalph Mewburn for a similar offence at the eame place and on the Bame date, was also admonished and discharged. Monday last was the coldest day ex perienced hero this winter. A very heavy frost had faljen d...
District News. PONTO. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
District News. PONTO. (From our own correspondent.) ' The next meeting of the Suntop and Pouto Farmers' Union will bo held at Mr. S. Jnoksou's, Ponto, on July 29th. Be sides general business, officers for the en suing twelvo months will be oleofed, and with tliia in view all members aro request ed to attend.
"HE SHEARS THEM." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
'HE SHEARS THEM.' A religious body having resolved to build- a new. church, the pastor went about begging very zealously, accepting not only the widow's, but - the little child's mite. In the school one Sabbath, while in structing the children, he compared himself to a shepherd, and then inquired what the latter did with his flook. One bright-eyed little fellow promptly replied : ' He shears them.'
TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY. Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
TELEGRAPHIC (From oub own Correspondent.) ' Sydnby. Thursday, 3 p.m. The Tasmanian referendum will probably be taken on the 13th instant, and in Queens land on the 2nd of September. Tho British footballers yesterday defeated Bnndaberg (in Queensland) by 34 points to 4.,' , A vote of censure against the Government of New Zealand, was defeated in the Assembly by 36 votes to 29. Considerable excitement exists in Adelaide mining circles over a discovery of rich telluride at Benbouyothe, 400 miles north of Adelaido. ^ A great rush has set in, miles of country being pegged out. The Enabling Bill has passed through the final stages in both Houses of the Victorian Parliament. An important meeting was held last night nnder the Farmers' Bnd Settlers' Association. Resolutions were unanimously adopted in favor of Co-operation amongst farmers, and bringing prodnoers and consumers more closely together. After a general discussion it was decided that a co-operative company be considered formed whe...
NOT PYJAMAS BUT BANANAS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
NOT PYJAMAS BUT BANANAS. The mention in a contemporary of ladies taking to pyjamas reminds one of the famous don who has amused and scandalised so many generations of 'V arsity men by his ingenious perversions of the accuracies of conversation. Here is one of the many malapropisms that are commonly attributed to nim. During a .pause at dessert at a big dinner party one evening, the don s hostess remarked to him, ' Do vou like bananas, Mr. B ? ?' and a gentle deprecatory voice replied : 1 No, madam ; 1 still cling to the old fashioned nightgown I' It is only seventy years since the first railway was finished, and now there are 400,000 miles in operation. The British Empire has one-sixth of this total. In winter what two fish should we bind together ?— Skates and soles, ' ' V; ;;H
An Open Letter to Alderman Quirk. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
An Open Letter to Alderman Quirk. Sir,— 1 was pleased when you rose in your place in the Council to refer to the ramour afloat as tu bow Alderman Flanagan obtained a seat in the council, but yon sur prised and disappointed me when you treated the rumor as incredible ; because yon have cnt your wisdom teeth and should have known jnst where to apply for an admission or contradiction of its correctness. I will here epnply yon with what- took place on the night prior to the day of nomination, as supplied by one of tho can didates. In order that there might be no contest the two gentlemen nominated agreed to spin a coin, the best three out fo five, the loser to stand out and the winner to be considered the choice of the rate payers. Now, assuming this to be. trae, it discloses a terrible lack of decency on the part of the candidates ; but worse than that it was a successful attempt at muzzling the ratepayers, who, in all probability, would have rejected the gentleman who won the toss ; a...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
v ^nmal Items. j .The smallest bird in the world iB tli„ gold-created wren. ? 'The strongest animals in 'the world are tho'seihat live on vegetable diet Chinese Coinage in the -shape of a knife has been traced baok as far aa 2240 B.o. vTho brain of an apt . is. larger in pro portion to its size than that of anv nhW known creature. There are.269 colour varieties of the ohrysanthemum to be seen in the Japanese gardens. ? Natives of Ceylon believe the ooooa nut tree will not grow out of. the sound of the human -voice. ; The Prince; of Wales is '- patron' of twenty-two livings worth £7,636, and his total incoriie is £174,-203 a year. , .France is. burdened' with fourhtindred thousand public officials, costing the State six hundred and fifteen million francs -a year. . . jSnakesin South Africa fear the secre tary bird,, and will even crawl a* ay from .its sha.do^w... The bird can easily kills 'snake twice. its size.' t TheVink plant of New Grankda (a a ouriosity. The juice of it can be u...
HALF-HOLIDAY v. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
HALF-HOLIDAY v. WELLINGTON. A match was played on Wednesday be tween the Wellington and Half-Holiday Clubs, and resulted in a win for the latter by 9 points to -8, after a close and exciting game. The former club was represented by. 14, and the latter 16 players. The new club set a good example to footballers in this dis trict, by turning out, without exception, neatly arrayed in black and yellow striped guernseys ; and tbey proved they had good material inside their uniforms by their play. Of course a perfect exposition of the game could not be expected from them, seeing they are a club of very recent foundation, and consequently their knowledge of the rules is not quite plu-perfect. But as every match goes on they are bound to improve in this respect. .Wellington was notrepresented by its strongest side, although Smith was playing, and they did not show their best form— at least we should be sorry to think so. As for the game, a detailed description is unnecessary, suffice it to s...
Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Mechanics' Institute. Last evening a very enjoyable concert came off in tbo Odfellows Hhll, in aid of the funds of the Mechanics)' Institute. To ? 8 certain extent it was on impromptu affair, * many of the items being arranged at the last moment in the hall; but it was very cood indeed, and tbo items were applauded , by a largo and appreciative audience. It , is a strange fact that a concert which is ar ranged in this way is generally a great aucccss, perhaps becauso or tne unoer iaini-y in tho minds of tho audience as to . what is to come next, so that a good item always ?receives proper recognition. The inde fatigable secretary, Mr. Long, was here, there and everywhere, and can bb' congrat ulated on tho success which attended his 6^The'concerl opened with a duet on the piano, by Misses Hughes and Horsey, nicely rendered. Then followed a Bong by Mr. Robertson, ' Look Back,' very well 'sung. Miss Best sang ' I was dreaming ' and was encorded, to which she responded. Her raezM-sopran...
Football. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Football. FIXTURES. Jnly 8 — Wellington v S.untop, at Suntop. July 23 — Bodangora v Suntop, at Bodangora. The following players have been . selected to represent Suntop in their match against the Wellington club, in the Simms and! and Seymour Competition, on Saturday July 8th : — Full back — J. Jarman. Three-quarters— C. Bruce, J, Dowd, E. Bracken. Five-eighths — J. Bestwick. Scrum half— W. O'Malley. Wing forwards— J. P. Dowd and James Dowd. Forwards— T. Kennedy, P. Reidy, D. Kennedy, J. Reidy, J. Priest, H. Porter, S. Bell. Emergencies — J. Primmer, T. Porter, J. Horan, M. Kennedy.
Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
Baptist Church, Bodansora. (Pastor Isaac Btrao) July xnd— lfentonviUe, 8 pm; Bodaagora, 7.30 pm. July «th-Bpiee*'e Creek, S p m j Bodangora, 7.80 pa. July 10th — Bodangora, .11 a m ; Qeurie, 8 p mj Maryvale, 7.15 p m. July 28 rd — Maryvale, 8 p m ; Oeurie, 7.15 p m. .. . '^«TTingf an fptttifs ' ' ?: HBO TBK1BB REO TIH1DI - THURSDAY, JULY 6. 1899.
Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
_ j Weuleyati Church. (Bar. O. W. Fobkib.) ! July 9th — Wellington, 11 a m, and 7.30 p m j . Bodangora, 8 p m— Bev. ChW. Furner. Inlr ISfc'i Well'n«tOP. It A m— Ifv.'B. ?(h*nng- [ ton; Neurea, 11 a m j Carra Creek, 3 Wei | lington, 7.80 p m — Bev. O. W. Fnrner, I Bodangora, 7.30 pm— Mr; J. Campbell. July 23rd— Wellington Ham; Bodangora, 7.30— Be?. S. W. Furner; Wellington, 7.80 p m— Mr. O.Cbaapell. July 30th— Wellington, 11 a pi; Bodangora. S pin Mr. O. Chappell ; Boss's, 11 a' m | Spieer's Creek, 8 p m j Wellington, 7.80 p m— ltev. O. W. purser.
Bodanyora Hotel License [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
? ▼ . ? — '? - ?; I Bodangora Hostel Ucense It seems a wonderful thing to us that when evidence is given in a court on oath by reputable citizens of a town, in favor of a hotel license being granted to a man who ia given a good charaoter by everyone wbo knows him, and by the Senior-Sergeant of Wellington, — that what appears to be the wish of a considerable section of the people of and visitors to that town, should be over ridden even by a Judge of tbe District Court. A provisional license had been granted to William Patrick Rutter by the Licensing Bench of Wellington, and the owners of the mine at Bodangora appealed to the .higher court against the license being confirmed. They brought evidence from one section of the residents alone to allow that the people did not want the hotel, and chiefly relied on their owil opinion that the granting' of the license would do harm to tho miners, while admitting having had a notice pnt np at the mine, saying the ownero would take it as a person...
The Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
-; r*lie Finance®. The statement^ of the Treaanrer for tho financial jear jtist ended, reveals a ptate o( affairs wbioh shonld be a source of con siderable gratificat ion to the people of this colony. It is aoDonnced that the year's working has resulted in a. surplan of £147,000, inolnding £106,000 broaght for* ward from 1898, and this in spite of the, drought and lingering effecte. of the. great financial crisis, of 1893. It will be re membered that Mt. Reid apprehended a. deficiency in November of last year, and with this fear in view bad resource to the' imposition of duties which considerably ?hook the faith of the people in bis protesta tions of devotion to the canse of freetrade. Without going into this matter, it may be ?aid that Mr, Reid deserved considerable credit for his boldness in defying the shafts of his sneering critics, and doing what he thought was necessary for the maintenance of the colony's credit. Of coarse, to (hoes ?onnd in their belief in the efficacy of pro...
WARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
.: WARN 13. (From our own correspondent.-) Tho annual .meeting of tho Warno Pro gress Association took placo of Wednesday night, 28th Jiiuc\ Tho committeo again requosted tho Sec retary to write to the Railway Commission ers and urge tho necessity for changing tho name of Warno owing to its similarity with that of Warren, another railway town, and cite a recent instance of inconvenience, to wit, a truck of cattle being consigned from Sydney to Warren in liou of Warno, as intended. After tho ordinary business had boon transacted tbo president vacated the chair, another chairman was appointed and a re election of committeemen was gono into, when some of tho old members gavo place to new. A vote of thanks was accorded tho pre sident and hon. secretary for past services. These gentlemen suitably responded. Dur ing the ovoning sovoral new names were added to the list of members. The following is a copy of the bon. sec retary's annual report : — Gentlemen, I have the honor to submit for y...
BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 6 July 1899
BODANGORA. (From our own correspondent.) ' ' The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Progress Committeo was held last Tuesday evening. Present: Messrs. W. Smith, chair- man ; H. McCormick, C Cashel, C. Rolls, W. Shea, J. Rolt, and R. G. Peacock.; Minutes of previous meeting read and con firmed. Resolved that the secretary write to Mr. Thomson, agricultural lecturer, stating th^t the committee think it would be advisable for him to again lecture in Bodangora wheu next visiting tho Wellington district. Proposed by Mr. Rolls, seconded by Mr. McCormick, aod carried, that tho secretary write to tbe Minister for Lands asking that an area of 200 acros be reserved for travel ling stock . and camping purposes, on the eastern sido of tho Cobborah Road at Bourko's Crossing of Mitchell's Creek, parish of Tenandra, county Lincoln, part of the Bodangorn run; and that the secretary also write to Mr. Dulliunty, Stock Inspector of Dubbo, asking him to recommend tbe application. Resolved that tho Sec...