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Wellington Police Court. July 11th. (Before Messrs. F. H. Kennard and A. G. Chiplin J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Wellington Police Court. July 11th. (Before Messrs. F. H. Kennard and A. G. Chiplin J's.P.) Neil McKay was charged with unlawfully assaulting Caroline Agnes Wilkins, at Wel lington, on the 5th instant. The Bame man waB charged with using insulting language in a public place at Wel lington, on the same date, with intent to provoke a breach of the peace. McKay sent a letter, accompanied by a doctor's certificate, saying he was in Dubbo Hospital suffering from bronchitis. A fresh summons was issued, returnable on the 21st of July.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

markets. Prices supplied by A. B. Giige, Wellington : — Sheopskins, Gid por lb; liipes 2id to 3d por ib; oppossum sliins, 5s 3d to Ga por dozen ; kungaroo skins, Is to Is 3d per lb ; wallaby skins, Orl peril); horsehair, Is to Is 3d por lb ; dead wool, 2d to 3]d per lb; beeswax, 9d to 10J per lb; tallow, from £12 to £14 por ton. Prices supplied by I. Bergman & Co., Wellington — Sheopskins 6id. per lb. ; liidos 2d. to 3d. per lb. ; opposum skins 6s. per dozon ; horsehair Is. per lb.! beeswax 9d per lb. ? The following wore tho prices frr Now South Walos produce in Sussox-streot, Sydney, on Sat urday . Wheat. — N.S.W., milling, 3s Id to 3s 3d; second quality, 2s lid. Flour.— N.S.W., £6 12s Gd to £7 Cs ; Vic., £6 15b to £7 5s; S A., £7 to £7 7s 6d; Manitoba, £9 10s to £10. . . Oats. — Seed, 2s ; prime feed, Is 9d, medium Is 8d | Tasmanian,' primo Is 9d, modium Is 6d to Is 7d per bushel. Maize. — Market firm. Prime, 2s lOd per busheli Peas. — Blue, to 3s 9d ; grey, to 3fl por bu...

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Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Mr T C. K McKell, P.M. Mr. T. C. McKell, who Las acted as B; police magistrate in Dubbo since the depart- ? - ure of Mr. L. S. Donaldson, P.M., last B Apri), presided at the police court thero on W Tuesday. As this would probably be tho last accasion on which he would bo preBent H': tho members of the legal profession and K court officers expressed regret at his depar- I- ture. Messrs. R. J. J. Ryan, R. Booth ft ? i n XT 'Ci:- ? ? ? u ? i— »-i * ? ttuu jll. x'lizgunviu BpuKtj ou Denair or the legal profession and paid a high tribute to hiB administrative ability. Mr. G. H. Taylor spoke on behalf of the magistrates! Mr. R. T. MacNevin, C.P.8., referred to the good feeling which had existed between Mr. McKell and the court officials. Sergeant Butler, on behalf of the police, expressed regret at his departure. Mr. McKell feel ingly responded. We can add to this, that during Mr. McKell's visits to Wellington he has been highly appreciated by the legal profession, and his upright demeano...

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

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, nevor fails, 1/6 and 2/6.* 'COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Eucalypto on earth. Lord Currincton's friend in Influenza. Tho world's remedy for ohost complaints. Tho ' cold' cure of Earl Jersoy's. But note well Eucalyjite, not Eucalypti. Wanted WANTED, A ?GOOD MILCH COW, NEAR CALVING. Apply, i W. SIMMS, Royal Hotel, Wellington. Public Notice. Ihave bought the CRATED' WATER and CORDIAL FACTORY, lately carried on by Mr. P. Harris, and hope for a continuance of the same liberal support accorded to him. JAMES MATHESON. Wellington, July 10th, 1899. Wellington Starr Bowkett Building Society THE NEXT SALE OF £200 will take place on TUESDAY NEXT, 18th Instant, at 9 ptm. in tho Society's Ofllce. ? ' ALFRED ROSE. Mr. A. B. Wilson ?- (Lath of Dubbo.) BEGS to announce to' the publio 'of Wellington' and District that ho has taken over Siggins' Hotel (Near Traffio Bridge), and intends to maintain the high reputation for excellence so long ...

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A Local Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

_ A Local Dream. . (B.y a Sleeper.) I was dozing in my chair, uffer a hard day's work, apparently doad to all the world and its doiugs, and my mind wandered' away into the pale blue empyrean of space, into the thoughts of another world, and I dreamed a dream. Mothought I was in a city, large and beautiful, and I wandered around Grazing unon the heantinn nnrl flm evor-changing scones of a great city, stop ping to look into tho windows of the brilli antly lighted shops, whero tho electric light glanced and danced in the glass globes, and cast its prismatic rays over all. And I wandered on in my dream, and saw the crowds of gaily-dressed people passing to and fro, all enjoying the delights of tho„ time, apparently , never thinking of the future. And everywhere was the same beautiful electric li»ht,- white as the dazzling snow, brilliant as the sun, turning day into night. And mothought it was the City of Wellington I was gazing upon aud wandor itig through, and I communed with mysolf a...

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District News. GOOLMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

District News* GOOLMA. ' (From our own correspondent.) On Wednesday night last a most^ enjoy able affair' took place, When Mr. J. J. Ryan, our popular teacher (who has been promoted to Ophir Public School near Orange) was made the recipient of a hand Fomo gold watch and chain by the residents aud friends, in recognition of the many good anrTTi'naa ranil ororl on « inn/iU.. ? J 1 »WVM tWUUWAWM WVIU (IO » bOaV/UCI tlUU otherwise during the many years of bis residence among them. Mr. Nicholas Cooney of Bodangora, occupied the chair, and after a few ohosen remarks and references to the many good qualities of Mr. J. J. Ryan, called on Mr. A. W. Lovett to make the presentation. Mr. P. G. Ryan otBofabalar, Mr. M.'T. Brophy of Linburn, Mr. Ander son of Goolma, and Mr. A. Gillis of Lambing Hill, also spoke- of the many sterling qualities of Mr. Ryan, and all hands joinod in wishing health, wealth and prosperity to their true friend iu his new field of life. Mr. Ryan, who was somewhat taken b...

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Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Hospital Sunday. A-preJiminary meeting in connection with tho proposed Hospital Sunday in Wellington was held in tlio Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday oyoning at 8 o'clock. There was not a largo attendance, but tho committee appointed by the Oddfellows' Lodge and members of the xioHpiuu uonimineo were present;, jyir. a. Wilkius waselected chairman, on tho motion of Mr. Connor, seconded by Mr. J. D. Brown. Mr. Wilkins said tho eutiio committee appointed by the Lodgo was presont, but he was sorry to see so fow of tho members of the Hospital Committee. As Mr. Brown, was treasurer of tho Hospital, he thought he should bo (he troasuror of tho Hospital Sunday. The ladies should be asked to assist them ; football clubs should bo asked to arrange a match ; tho local and the Bodangora bands should help them in the procession, and tho Oddfellows, volunteers and cadets should bo asked to march : ministers should be asked to deliver ad dresses ; and Mr. Haynes, M.P., should be asked to come and help...

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

MURRUMBlidGERIE. (From our own correeDondont.V ' This little village was the scene of excite ment on Saturday last, the occasion of the mid-winter race meeting. Although the day was windy and bitterly cold, a gathering of between two and three hundred braved this unpleasantness, to witness, perhaps, the mriflf. annnoaaPii 1 a# Mnmni ? V«. MJ.UAI UlUVIUgCliO Q TCUOUll ' flutters.' The success was mainly due to the efforts of a most efficient committee. Mr. W. Yoe proved himself highly worthy of his position as secretary. The racing may be described as good, the events being well contested, and the. track in first-class order. Everyone appeared quite satisfied with the day's sport, many lingering on the ground till a late hour. Some then return ing to their homes, other reparing to Mr. Henry'B fine hall, where with dancing, they whiled away the hours of night. A puree of sovereigns was presented to Mr. Percy Stephen, accountant of the Com mercial Bank, at ParkeB on Tuesday, on hia dep...

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

His cold not cured, his lnad on firo, ;With drinking whiskies neat, He sworo and oursod to vent his ire, And raved just quite a treat; ? .But now he's swore off drink for good, : Ho knows a thing now sure, ! For coughs and colds it's understood, | Wood's Groat Peppermint Ouio. ; 1

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

For Children's Hacking Cough take. Woods Groat Popporrnint Curo, 1/6 and 2/6.* ?.

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

RACES. Forbes Jockey Club, August 3

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Wellington to Parkes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Wellington to JParkes. A second lengthy potition hns been for warded to Dr. Ross, M. L. A., for presentat ion to Parliament, by. Baldorodgery and Mount Aubnry railway Leagues, urging the construction of a railway from Parkes ?to Wellington via Ealderodgery aud Mount Aubury. mo peur, loners comenu tue nne would bo less expensive than any other continuation of tho Werris Creek line, aud also a rich agricultural district. The route was surveyed aud marked out 15 years ago. The area of land alienated in the vicinity is about 226,71-1' acres. Thero aro 500 acres under cultivation, yielding annaully 75,000 bushels of wheat, besides other produce, and 26,200 acros are fit for cultivation. There aro 72,000 sheep, 691 cattle, C53 horses ahd about 650 residents in tho locality. In tho Yooval district tho holdings total over 117,000 acres.

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LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

LAND BOARDS. July 25, and 26 : Local Land Board. -

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Small Debts Court. Friday, July 7th (Before Mr. T. C.K. McKell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Small Debts Court. Friday, July 7th ; ? / (Before Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) John Norris v Joseph T. Atkins— work and labor— claim £2 19s. Verdict for amount and 3/- coats. Harris. Levy v. John White — claim, goods sold M 15s. Verdict for amount and 3/ costs. James Ah Lun v. Atkins — Claim, goods sold £5 7s 4d. Held over to next court. Alexander John Murray v W. Loughnan — breach of agreement. Verdict £5 and 4/- COBtS. Thomas Dowd v George Girle Sayer— claim, balance of goods sold, £2 3a 5d. No jurisdiction. James Robinson v Con Walker — claim, balance of goods sold, £1 7s. No jurisdic-/ tion. '

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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. ' Wellington— July 2 1st.

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WELLINGTON v. LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

WELLINGTON v. LUCKNOW. The following playerB have been selected to represent Wellington. Back : Ziehlke ; three-quarters : Teece, Keane, Wright ; five eights : Howie, Robinson ; Scrum-half : Dempeey ; Forwards : Yeech, .O'Mara, O'Brien, Sullivan, Moxham, Quirk, Brod erick, Jennings ; Emergency : Ciifford. PI nvor h to be on the around at 2.30 T-.m. sharp. ; . ? _ . ? ^ ? Luckuow will, visit Wellington on Satur ' day to play the local team. A good game 1 should result. Mr. J. Orbell will act as um pire. In addition to the names of the Burrell Creek team selected to play against Dubbo on Saturday, those of T. and W . Pound should have appeared among the forwards^

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

? THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quarter in advanoe ; Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS: 3/- for first inch of space, and 1/6 for each succeeding inch por insertion up to a column of space and to ten insertions. Liberal disoount for standing advertisements. No advertise. ? ment, however small, less than 2/G cash, or booked 3/-. All ordors for discontinuance of advertisements ' or paper to bo in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions oxccuted on tho shortest, notioo at lowost. prices. ?

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THE ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

THE ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS The English footballers played a match at Mount Morgan (Q.) on Tuesday, aga:nst a local team. The Englishmen had a very easy task, and defeated their opponents by 29 points to 3. The Euglislimen scored four tries, two of which were converted, two penalty goals, and one goal from the field. Buunc! tho second lialf,' Nicholson had the misfortune to have a rib broken. - The Englishmen have now played nine matches, of which they have won 7, and lost 2. They have scored 127 points against 50. '

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACGOUGALL.). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (Rbv. R. Baeut Bbown, R.D. ; and John C. Maodougalt,). July loth — Wellington, 11 a m (H C), and 7.30 p m; Bodangora, 3pm; Goolma, 11 a in; Spicer's Creek, 3pm; Stuart Town, 7.30 p'tn. July 23rd— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 am, and 7.30 pm; Neurea, -3pm; Snntop, 11 a m ; Ponto, 3 pm. July 30th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a in, and 7.30 p m ; Bodangora, 3 p m j Geuno Railway Station, 11 a m ; Maryvule, 3 pm. Week Days. July 17 th — Dripstone, 7.30 p m. ' July 18th — Mumbil, 7 p m. ? : '? July 20th — Stuart Town, 7.30 p m. July2lst — Stuart Town, 9 a m (H C). July-25th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C)

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

wflffcl CHEKRY Balsam Is a certain cure for Couglis, Colds, ! Croup, Hoarseness, and aU affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. Tins preparation, made from tho expressed juieo of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ingredients, will bo found tho most usoful medicine for chest affections. Propared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, -M;p.s. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing^ FamilyChemist MEDICAL HAUL, NANIMA' CRESCENT, WELLINGTON DENTAL NOTICE. Kr.EiP. SOLOMON . FROM SYDNEY, . '' Surgical and Mechanical ! ' Dentist, _Wlio. has been in Wellington since January, bas Hecided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for tbe present maybe consulted at tbe Club House ? Hotel, Lee Street. PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR. SURGERY. NEURALGIA CUBED. . . Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, etc., made to so closely resemble the natural ones in color and lifelike appearance, as to render detection impossible. Nervous Patients fitted with teeth without extracting old stumps. ? Children's Teeth regulated. Diseased Gums ...

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