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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Local Jottings. : The public school resumed Btudies this morning aftpr a fortnight's .hplidayr -Vjiojbh teachers and scholars are tho better for the rest. The treasurer would be pleased to recpiyo*, the balance of subscriptions in 'connection with the late federal campaign in Welling ton. This delay is very annoying, .?as ,fwo accounts are not yet settled. . Also, all tickets sold in connection With j i. ? ? L~i.: — i.ne pruauutuuiuu tu-uxi. vvu.uiua.uiu uui yet accounted for, and this is causing annoy ance. Please close accounts, and oblige. The open letter to .Mr. Quirk in our- list issue created a great amount of discussion, and speculation was rife as to who wroto it. Of course that is a dead secrot, but more than one fight over, the question was only averted by a kind word. For Asthmatical Coughs, and Golds. take Woods Great Poppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.* ' The. Hospital Sunday organised by the Oddfellows and. other, friendly- societies js being well worked up, and the sy mpath...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Football. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Football. FIXTURES. July 23— Bodangora v Suntop, at 'Bodangora.

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MR. FLANAGAN'S ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

MB. FLANAGAN'S ELECTION. (To the Editor.) Sir,— I read tho open letter to Mr. Alder man Quirk' in your laatiasue, with referenee I to the late municipal election, when Mr. Flanagan was duly declared elected as alder man for the next eighteen months. I do not know how tho arrangement was come tobotween the two candidates, and evon if the facts, aro as. stated, ih makes no difference to Mr. Flanagan's position as alderman. Bnt when a ratepayer writes, ho might at leaBt give the facts as to tho. previous eleotions which Mr. Flanagan contested, even if he objocts to the way the deotion of Mr. Flanagan was arranged, or was said to be arranged. On the first occasion when Mr. Flanagan con tested the election with Mr. Siggins he was badly beaten ; the second time . ho was only beaten by one vote ; and tho (third time by. only eight votes. So you see that even now, when ho goes in unopposed, ho is fairly representing a large proportion of the ratepayers, and not, as 'Ratepayer' Bays, that th...

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 7TH. (Before Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Wellington Police Court. Friday, July 7th. (Before Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) A man named McKay was up on a charge of violently assaulting Mrs. Caroline Agues WilkinB of the Commercial Hotel. Mr. Hegarty appoarod for McKay. Constable Malone gave evidence of the arrest. Mr, Wilkins had warned him that accused had a knife in his possession. The man was under the influonce of drink at the time. Mr. Wilkins, who laid the information, iw;as too late in arriving »t the court, and accused was discharged. E. J. McCann was charged with indecent exposure in Nanima Crescent on the 20th Jane. Mr. Bassott appeared for accused. Constable Thomas Malone gave evidence of tho arrest. Tho case was postponed to next court. Richard Horne v. Edward Phillips. Mr. Bassett for plaintiff, and Mr. Quirk for defendaut. This was a caso in which Horne charged Phillips with unlawfully detaining acowand two calvos, the property of the former. The plea was cause to show. Richaid Horne, farmer at Blathery Creek, dop...

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Suicide of Charles Bracewell THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Suicide of Cliarles Bracewell. 1 THE INQUEST. . Tho Coronsr (Mr. Porter) and a jury hold ari inquiry into the circumstances surround ing tho death of Charles Bracewell, fitter, fimployod in the railway work-sheds at Wellington. The inquiry took place on Saturday, afternoon Inst, at Mr; John Poolo's 'Bxchapgo Hotel, whoro tho body bad been cnrrioCT.,': :;7Tho; jury, having inspected the remains, wore duly sworn in, and evidonco was thon i»Kun._ 'Jolii::Chiplin, Senior-sorgeant of Police, Wellington, doposod that at 7 o'clock on ^ridny evening, Herbert Thomas Joyce, teamster, living near tho Macquario River, came to his residence and brought the coat and hat now produced, stating ho had found them on tho bank of tho Macquarie. , His; little boy, Fran«is Shepherd, had pointed them out to him justatdark. In searching tho coat ho (Sergeant Cbipliu) had found a ?purse containing 3s lid in coin, and three lottei's, and in the vest he had found the watch 'and chain produced and a cigar hold...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Open Column. I Whilst allowing n ronsonaWo amount of epaco for tlio l' ' rousion of tlio various views of our correspondents' . ana boing at all times willing to insert tho samo wo do not nocoBBarjly oudorBO them. | _ ^ _ ^ j -

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Warden's Court. (Before Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Warden's Court. j (Before Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) } | A case waB called on doaling with the application for a speoial gold mining lease, by John Frederiok Brunton. Several ob jections had been lodged by Messrs. R. T. B. Gaden, B. J. Cureton, and T. H. Barker. Mr. Bassett appeared for applicant, and Mr. Booth for the objectors. John Frederick Brunton, being sworn, j stated he was at present residing in Well ington. The miner s light produced, dated 1 15th April, 1899, was his. It extended over | 12 months, and in virtue of it. he had made an application at Wellington for a lease of the ground which it oovered. He then gave detailed evidence re the date, place and manner of pegging out the claim. He had ' lodged his notice on the 20th April hut, and believed there were no ot'ier notices posted at the time. When he arrived on the spot there was no one else there, 'and he saw no pegs. Had served a copy of the first schedule on Messrs. Gaden, Cuteton, and Barker, and had aBked the for...

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St. Patrick's, Wellington [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

SI. Patrick's, Wellington. The consecration of the building altera-;.; tiona and additiona to St. Patrick's Church, Wellington, .was performed yesterday morn? rag bv' His* Lords hip Bight Rev. Dr. Byrne^ Bishop of Bathurst, assisted by Father Byrne, of St. Stanislaus College, and Arch deacon D'Arcy and Eev. Father Gell. , . Early mass was at 2 o'clock, when a col lection amounting to £25 was made. At eleven o clock the ordinary service was held, when the building was crowded; people standing up down a portion of the aisle. Father Gell performed the offices and sang, missa cantata and Father Byrne deliverodja: powerful sermon on tlje-origin, progress and stability of the churcl). ' A special collection was made after the service amounting to £104. The singing, of the choir was very, fine, and part solos' were sung by Mrs. Rygate, Mrs. Connor, Mrs. HayneB, and Mr. Robertson. The violin accompaniments added a charm to the singing, and blended beautifully with the organ. *?'!; At the ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

WJLD CIIERJaY . BALSAM Is a certain euro for Gouglis, Colds, - Croup, Hoarseness, and all alSec- : z iions of tlie clicst, throat, & lungs. ? / ? # ? . - This preparation, made from tlio expressed juice of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ' tngrcdionts, will bo found tho most usoful mcdicino ; for chcBt affcctions. . Preparod and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Sispensing& FamilyChemist MEDICAL HALL, NANIM A CRESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. Mr.E. P. SOIjOMON FROM SYDNEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentist, Who has been in Wellington since January, has decided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for the prcsont may be consulted at the Club House Hotel, Loe Street. PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. NEURALGIA CUBSD. Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, eto., made to so closely resemble the natural ones in color and lifeliko oppearance, as to render deteotion impossible. . Nervous Patients fitted with , teeth without extracting old' stumps. ? Children's Teeth r...

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. AN ENGLISH ELEVEN. AUSTRALIANS.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. AN ENGLISH ELEVEN. AUSTRALIANS.— First Innings .Trumble, 0 and b Richardson . ... -. ... 17 McLeod, c Lilley, b Riohardsor\ ... ? ... 15' Noble, c Lilley, b Pool ...^ . ? -? ???? ; 7. Gregory, run out ... ' ;.v. ? ' - Trumper, b Wilson- ... r,.i .J®. Darling, o Lilley, b Peel ... ... - ..'5 Iredalo, c Braund, b Richardson ? ... - ... ' 16 Kelly, c Braund, b Pool |... - ... .... ' 21 Lavci', not out ... ...' - v...--:- -™--1 Jones, c Lilloy, b Pool ... ... ... 10., Howell, b Riohardson: ' ' ????- -1.4 ? '1^ Sundries ... .»;y 13 Total ... ' ... ... 2H, ° Bowline Analysis. — 'Riohardson,- 4 -wickets for 66; nins; Peel, 4 for 95; Wilson, 1 for. 43.* ' - ?. ENGLAND.— i'irBt Innings. , rjlw. . : Quaif, o Kollyi b Jones - ? ^ . 6 W. Foster, b Jones , ... . ... v .- - ... 23 Dashwood, o and b Howell,.. ... ?-? 10 Braund, l.b.w.,,b JoneB ?? .? ../ ' - 0 Paynter, b Jones ... '...V - ...' - ... 0 Lilloy, o Durling, b. Noble:-.. . ... 20 R. Foster, not out... - ... , ... ....

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TELEGRAPHIC SYDNEY. Monday. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

TELEGRAPHIC | t (FkOM OUir OWN'CORRESPONDENT.) '' Sydney. Monday, 3 p.m. The Victorian railways Bhow an increased profit of J? 100,000 as compared with last year. ? Under the Advances to Settlers Act, 1850 applications have so far been received, and about half .that number has been dealt with by the officials. It is probable that Malietoa, who recently abdicated the kingship of Samoa, will come to Sydney to live. The Customs officers on Saturday seized^ 25000 cigars, and two hundred weight of tobacco, on the mail Bteamer Ormuz. A great discovery of coal is reported on Dawson River in Queensland. About midnight on Saturday, a man named. George Dymock was 'garroted' grad, robbed near Iiiverpopl-street. His jaw Was fractured, and he Was otherwise seriouBly injured. A woman, at present unknown, ,d^ed mysteriously at tne Brighton Hotel, Oxford Street, on Saturday night. She entered... the hotel with a man, who called for drinks:L Shortly after the barman entered the room, and found the w...

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New Gold Find. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

New Gold Find. On Friday morning, at Black and Sons' mill, tho MoloDg Auuus wore shown several rich specimens of gold quartz, and also a sample of washed gold which had been dol lied put. It appears two Boiiey'a Rocks miners, Messrs. Colliss and Davis, have mado an important discovery out Buckinbuh way, but the exact locality is kept dead secret for the presont. Tlio find is Baid to bo something out of tho ordinary, and -sur- ; face indications point to the ree£ being ful ly a foot wide. Gold is shawing freely, and the locality is virgin country. A quantity ! of ore is being got out for a trial crushing at the local battery, The local party inter ested comprised the mill hands and Mr. J. G. -Donaldson. May they strike a fortune I. each ia all the harm we wish them.

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Death at "Glenrock." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Deatli at ' Gleurock.' We regret to chronicle the death of the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith at their residence ' Glenrock ' Well ington, Deceased -who was 5 yeara of age, was quite well on Friday, and was in 'town with her mother on that day, but oil Siitur-/ day night Bhe was attacked with croup, and notwithstanding the fact, that the aid of three doctors was called in, the little suffer er passed away at 5 o'clock this morning. The remains are to be taken to Bathurst and buried in the family vault. We-, sincerely sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. Smith in their sad bereavement. ? ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Hako Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and ? Specialists, CiURE Privato Diseases, Sciatica, PiloB, Lost Man J hood, all sorts of Eyo Disease, Toothache, Neuralgia, and Corns. * Consulted All Hours. Hako Khan's forefnthors wcro all Oculists, Hucli corns, India, his father, grand-father, and groat grand-father. Hako Khan has beon practis ing his profession for many years. Ho will tell his patient at first whether . he can euro or not. Address~Lee Street, opp. Saw Mills, Wellington TESTIMONIALS:— Waterworks, Wellington, June 29, 1899. (To Doctors Hako Khan and Nah Allah.) _ Dear Sirs, — It is with pleasure I give tho tes timonial of the skillful way you ourcd my right oye, having suffered from cataract for the past 12 months. I could not see, and my sight was very painful. I am thankful to say, with your wonderful treatment and operation performed on my right oye, without ohloroform, the cataract was removed, I am pleated to say, with very littlo pain, and my eye is nronder...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

Harketis; ? ';y : y Meesrs. Thomas and 'Rotton report liaving soli! : — Poultry (young- pullets), 2 5d por pair ; pumpkinsy 4s -per- cwt. ; turnips,!.8s; por-cwti. {.-parsnips-, , 'Id ?Jiii ? , i:, i. . . ...rrr—yz f.;:, , , ? ;,-'®ho following were,, tlio. .prices for, New, .South , Wales produce in Sussex- street, Sy'dney,-on --Sat- urday:— ' Wheat.— N.S.W., milling, 3s Id to ,3s 8dj second quality, 2s lid. ' - ' . Flour.— N.S.W., £6 12s 6d to £7 5s ; Vic., . £6 IBs to £7 6s; S A., £7 to £7 7a 6d; Manitoba; £.9 10s to £10. . ' : Oats.— Seed, 2s ; prime feed, Is 9d, medium' Is 8d ; 'TaBmanian, prime Is 8d, modinm Is 6d to Is. 7d per bualiol. ; . Maize. — Market firm;-. Prime, 2s 9d per. bushel. Peas.— Blue, to, 3s 9d j grey, to 3s per bushel. Chickwheat. — Prime, 2s 5d to 23 , Gd per bushel. ? ' Barley.— English, 2sGd to 2s lOd ; Cape, 2s 4d to 2s 6d j feed; 2s 2d por biislioll- ' Bran — 8Jd to 8Jd per, bushel. \ , Pollard— 8id to 8Jil .per bushel. . Lucerne.— Hunter River : Primo,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

COLBMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRA OT. Tho purest Euoalypto on earth. Lord Oarrinpton's friend in IufIiTTBNZa. Tho world's romody for ohost complaints. Tho ' oold' ouro of Earl Jorsoy's. 'But noto well Eucalypte, not Eucalypti.

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THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 10 July 1899

; THE STOUY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. - ' ' ? ? . , - CHAPTER II. — (Continued.) s ''Indeed, Lhardly puppose that she knows it hereelf,' eaid Mrp. Sabine indolently, hold ing ail ivory band-screen .between her face and the fire. ' Had I been nware of it, I should not hare made such a mistake,' added the girl, her gray eyes intent upon the queer little face taised to her own with Buch N uncanny and joiemn scrutiny. 'JNow that L look at her again, I Bee that she ia like you — in one way, -t least. She has your eyes.' ' Yes — they are the Ardmore eyeB,' Mrs. Sabine returned, in the same coollyindiffer ent tone. Then her voice and manner re gained their former warmth and kindliness mb quickly as they, had lost them. 'But don t let the child keep you, dear,' she said ?weetly. 'You must be so very tired, I am ?are ! . Come, Molly — bid Miss Cashel ? Good night,' and run away to tifoya, there's ft good child ! You will see her again in the morning.' ~ ; But Molly did not stir, although N...

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THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. ? : ? -♦ ? : ? . CHAPTER III.— (Continued.) 'I sha'n't, then ! ' Molly pushed in a thumb at the corner of her mouth, and , frowned with all the forbiddingnesa of which her small countenance was capable. 'I'm going to stay with Miss Cashel. She eays I may and 1 shall ! You do' — don't you?' questioned the tiny diplomatist, one hand * nitlinn nnnrinnlv intn thn oirl'a warm claHn. ' o' ? ? ? ? r' while she rubbed her tumbled head against arm. The apparently speechless Mrs. Malone here gave a loud sniff — a sniff both scornful ' . and highly disapproving — and, dumping down the tray which she carried with rather unnecessary energy, stalked out of the *room flouting Moya with, a contemptuous swifl of her ample skirts as she passed her in the doorway. Norah was perplexed and amused. She glanced doubtfully down at the obstin ate baby clinging to her hand, then across at the bright-eyed rustic beauty by the door. - ?Say 'Good night,' won't you, Molly de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

A. DEVESON Tinsmith & Galvanised Iron W orker JM- Lee-street, Wellington. cro — ? ? Po Baths, Tanks, Guttering, &c., kept in stock and fixed on tho shortest notice. Atlas Assurance Co., (ESTABLISHED 180S.) Subscribed Capital £1,200,000 Total Assets £2,287,000. HEAD OFFICE, 92 OIIEAPSIDE, LONDON. New South Wales Branch C/o. HUNTER & O'CONNELL-STS. SYDNEY. Mr. W. S.Chauncy HAVING been appointed Agent for the above Company at Wellington is propared to accept proposals for Insurance against FIRE on Buildings and Contents at LOWJSST CURRENT RATES. LIBERAL AHD PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS. JAS. M. MACADAM, Manager. — Sydney, 20 May, 1899. NOTICE TO FARMERS. - Messrs. James Martin and Company's Up-to-Date Farming Implements. Martin's Hornsby Double-Furrow Ploughs— con- vertible into three-furrow. Ihe Kangaroo Plough — convertible from two to three. The Spalding and Robbins' Disc Plough. ^ Lever and Zig-Zag Harrows, Spring Tooth Cultiva tors, Chaff-Cuttero — Hand, Hor...

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Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Poelry. Tho following piocca of Australian vorso nro by ' Oolonol in tho ' Orange Leader ' : — TUB rllASHS OF TUB KOO. —I 1 Thoro's tlio man you meet in Iho public street, On a general business dn.r ; And tho man you see in hid private homo' Ih asociablo kind uf way ; . And the man we meet in tho private bar Where Oblivion's wator flows j But from tlieso apart, in the silent heart. ' Is tho man that nobody knows. ' SHOUTING.' - Bill Jones went to the grocer's shop, To buy a pound of tea, . And snid to Johnson standing, L 'Will you havo oncwitumo?' . : And Johnson said lie didn't mind \ ' (He loved Bill like a brother.) They had two pounds, then Johnson said, ' Wo'd better havo another.' Then Smith came in and Jones proposed Tbey|d have anothor pound ; . And then they stood till Brown came in And shouted tea all round. -u And there they stayed for several hours, ' ' As happy as could bo ; , : .Till eacll one of the party had ' Some fourteen pounds of tea. - And every one who saw them...

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