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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor Isaac Bxtgg) July 16th — Bodangora, 11 a m ; Geurie, 3 pm; Maryvale, 7.15 p m. July 23rd — Maryvale, 3pm; Geurie, 7.15 p m. July 30th— Bodangora, 7.15 pm.

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The Bodangora Hotel Application. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

llie Bodangora Hotel Application* - {To the Editor.) - Sir,— I think tho attention of tho public should bo drawn to the remarkable decision 'of Mr. Acting District Court Judge Mere wether, and the not less astounding evidence of Mr. Lioensing - Inspector Ohiplin, in ' the appoal by the manager of tho mine ftiiainst the granting of Mr. Ratter's Bjdan b i-r . 1 ._1.' ? t ? gora ilOtel application ui- UJU iuuem» ? lington Quarter Sessions. It appears that some two months ago Mr. McKell, the acting Licensing Magistrate, granted the application for a conditional license, Mr. Gaden, the local member of the Board, dissenting. Against this deciaion the manager of the mine appealed to the Quarter Sessions, and notwithstanding that tho evidence before tho Acting- Judge was overwhelmingly stronger in favor of the application than it was before tho Licensing Board, the appeal was sustained, to the almost avowed surprise of the public who we present and heard the case. The evidence, on tho whole...

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. MIDLAND COUNTIES. AUSTRALIANS—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. MIDLAND COUNTIES. AUSTRALIANS— First Innings. M'Lood. o Santill, b Wilson ... 0 Trumble, o Lilley, b Arnold ... ..i 50 Noble, c and b Ilulrao ... ... ... 7 Gregory, o Hiilmo, b Wilson ... . ... 11 Trumpcr, o Lilloy, b Arnold ? ... 25 Darling, c and b Arnold ... 38 Ircdalc, o Lilley, b Snntull... .. ... 0 Kelly, c Jo8sop,-b Arnold ... ? .... 3 Laver, b Wilson ... ,.. ??... ??-. j 10 Jones, c Champain, b Wilson : 47 Howell, not out ... ... : ' ii, ? ... 6 Total ... ... ? ... ...192 Bowling Analysis.— Arnold, 4 wickets for 60 runs; Wilson, 4 for 85 ; Santall, 1 for 15 j llulmo, 1 for 42. MIDLAND COUNTIES— First Innings. Q.uaifo, lbw, b Jones ... . ... ... 2 Champain, b Jones .,,, ... . 22 Arnold, c and b Trumblo .... 21 Jessop, c M'Lood, b Jones... . ... 22 Divor, b Jonos ... ... ... ... .4 Jones, b Trumblo... ? ... 8 Lilley, o.Darling, b Laver ... ... ... 37 Wrathall, e Howell, b Lavef 1 - ... . 19 Hulino, b Trumble, ... ?... 85 Santall, not out ? ... ... -??? .....

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND The following is the list of matohes arranged, and the dates ? July 13— At Bristol, v Gloucestershire July 17 — At Manchester, England v Australia— test July 20— Match at Crystal Palace (?) July 24— At KenniUgton Oval, v Surrey July 27 — At Brighton, v Sussex July 31 — At Lord's, v M C C and Ground Aug. 3 — At Portsmouth, v Hampshire Aug. 7 — At Birmingham, v Warwickshire ? , Aug. 10 — At Canterbury, v Kent Aug. 14 — At KenniDgton Oval, England v Austra lia — test Aug. 17 — At Cheltenham, v Gloucestershire Aug. 21 — At Lord's, v Middlesex Aug. 24 — At Taunton, v Somerset Aug. 28 — At Livorpool, v Lancashire Aug. 31 — At Scarborough, v an Elevon of England Sept. 4— At Hastings, v South of England The team to represent England in the Fourth Test Match, commencing at Man chester on July 17, will be as followB : A. C. MacLaren (Lancashire), K. S. Raniit Sinhji (Sussex), C. B. Pry. (Sussex), F. 'S. Jackson (Yorkshire), J, T. Hearne (Middle sex), J. T. Brown (...

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HIS CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

HIS CANE. A student in one of our universities had just started for a stroll down town, when he remembered that his fire was very low when he left his room. . v Not wishing to return to a tireless room, he hurried baok, and soon made up a good fire. Saflinff nn£ a train. fiA nnf.iftnri mm* nf I the people turning round to look at him, and laughing. Presently, a party of boys who oame along shouted out : ' Just look at his cane 1* On looking down, what was his horror to discover that he had been carrying a poker instead of his walking stick 1

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AN ACCIDENTAL RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

AN ACCIDENTAL RHYME. In the old days of the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, an actor nsmed Dewar went one morning to ^the premises of a publican named Scott, patronised by the profession, for the purpose of changing a bank note. On' entering said the former : ' I say, Mr. Scott, Can ye change me a note t' ,. Reply.: ' I diniia ken, but I'll see.' (After examining his money box.)' 'Indeed, Mr. Dewar, It's oot o' ma po'er, For ma wife she's awa' wi' the key. On noticing the rhyme, the two men enjoyed a good laugh, and people have not done laughing at it yet.

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HUMOROUS COLUMN. BRIDGET'S FILTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

HUMOROUS COM. BRIDGET'S FILTER. 'I fancy, Bridget,' said Mr. Smith, | holding up a glass of water before his eye, ' you forgot to filter this water.' 'Indade, sir, I filtered it as well as I could, sir,' replied the domestic. 'How did you filter it, Bridget?' aBked her.mistress. ' Through flannel, ma'am/ ' Through flannel ? Why, where did you get flannel to make a filter V 'Oh 1 I jist took one of your husband's undershirts, ma'am.' 'Why, Bridget, I'm surprised at your doing such a thing I' replied the mistress, in amazement. ' ' O ma'am, I didn't take one of the olean ones ; I jist took one out of the clothes basket, ma'am'' ,

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Archbishop Carr. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Archbishop Carr. His Grace the Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Carr) kindly accorded an interview to an ' Evening News ' reporter at St, Mary s * Cathedral on Saturday afternoon with re spect to his long holiday trip through Europe and America. .His Lordship was somewhat indisposed to grant an interview, preferring to render an account of his holi day personally to his people in Melbourne, - hAiMn f.A OIVO A Kflflf RftrtAtlTltf VUV UUlilg IQ^UVRliyu WW giiv w va of his tour, he courteously did so, ' al though,' he added, ' there is really nothing to say.' ' I left Melbourne about twelve months ago,' he continued, 'the special object ot my trip being to visit Bome on the occasion of the decennial visitation which Australian bishops have to make/' Ques tioned regarding the Pope's jubilee next year, Archbishop Carr said he understood the jubilee would be kept up in Bome next year, and throughout the world in the .. following year. The Archbishop had an - audience with the Pope, who was th...

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Central Division Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Central Division Leases* Mr..\V. E. Abbott, writing to the ' Tele graph,' sayB Within the next two years about fifteen million acreB oE very valuable land in the Central Division of New South Wales will fall into the handB of the Gov ernment to be dealt with as the Minister for the time-being may think beBt. With the udo m iYuui uuu mutton values, ana a re turn of good, seasons, that land will have, or has now, a selling value of thirty millions sterling, half the amount of our national dobt, and threa-fourihsof the total capital expended in railways in New South Wales. We could, if we chose to Bell it for its value, p&y off halt our debt, and so relieve our people of the necessity of paying an enorm« ous interest charge, or, with, present cheaper methods of building railways, we could about treble the mileage of our railways, and so give our producers enormously in creased facilities for developing the re Bources of the country, and supplying the marketB of the world with t...

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

.Vormonlsm. A strict watch should, and probably wills be kept on the wily Mormon leaders in the United States. Mormonism is almost as serious for England and other countries as for America, for these ' Latter Day Saints' are sending out new bands of fanatical emissaries, many of whom are bright and able young men. These are bound to go wnerever tney are sent, ana to stay three years. The election of the notorious and avowed Polygamist Boberts to Congress has been much discussed. It iB stange that there should have been any hesitation about; un seating this unscrupulous and mischievous agent of revived Mormonism. The Bev. C. T. lleff, an Evangelical missionary in- Salt Lake City, Bays that if Roberts be allowed to retain his Beat the effect will be to nationalise Mormonism. Polygamy is now openly practiced by many Mormonp, in spite of the law against it, and if Boberts be allowed to retain his seat they will accept it as a national endorsement; . They now have 1700 misBionarieB in th...

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DAIRY NOTES. The Improvement of New South Wales Stock. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

' DAIRY NOTES. The Improvement of New South Vales Stock.: From the Agricultural Gazette of N.8. W, By M. A. O'Oadlaghah, PART II. Dealing with horses, there were 610,636 in the colony on 31st, December, 1896. The value of the improvement that could be brought about in these we will -leave it for others to say, but we cannot shut onr eyes to the fact that while there are many fine specimens of the equine species to be seen in the colony, there is con siderable room, and in fact a necessity, for general improvement if horse breed ing is to be one .of the great industries of this country. Now arises the question, where is this improvement to come from, and how is it to be brought about ? For the improvement of horses we can look to the schemes of several countries; for examples of any definite systems of im proving dairy cattle we are more con fined, but as the improvement of all live stook is effected in the same manner, we can have reference to horse improvement schemes, and be aided...

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The Quince a Valuable Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

The Quince a Valuable Fruit. There is evidently1; a profitable field open for orchardistsiand farmers in the growing of quinces. One thing about fruit-growing of any, kind is that, too many trees for homepase or for the local market, and not enough for. shipment under contract with city dealers, is an uuua|i|/j utvuiuiu. w owiaci xct&u 1UIU consideration what use is to he made of the fruit and plant trees to meet that end. . Quinces prefer a rich clay soil. The roots like a firm, tenacious sub soil and rich top soil, with the exception of the Chinese, which flourishes upon light, sandy land. The Chinese is a large, globular, orange-shaped quince. The fruit is of larger 'size' than tbe other sorts, but the number produced is less than the good old standard' Angers, which is pear shaped, and Champion, which is apple shaped. These last two are perfectly hardy and long-lived. The trees will live and bear for years on abandoned places, with the soil around them over grown. withj ...

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Will the Earth Blow Up? [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Will the Earth Blow Op? The latesti theory about the end of the world is that ocean water, leaking through cracks in the crust, may reach the hot interior of the globe and blow up the whole earth ! No doubt the Atlantic Ocean could furnish steam enough to shatter Europe and1 America like rotten boilers. Ana thfere is no doubt, either, that there is sufficient heat in the interior of the. globe to turn all the oceans to steam if they could be brought into con tact With it. In fact, Vesuvine, Etna, and the tremendous volcanoes of the East Indies give proof that ocean water does reach parts of . the vast furnace under our feet and that the destructive forces thus developed are irresistible. But it re quires, comparatively, a mere drop of water to explode Vesuvius. The-sides of its volcanic boiler are so thin that they give way with the first upward burst of steam, and the pressure beneath is instantly' relieved.. Occasionally the, volcano sleeps for many . yearB, the resistance within ...

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The Last of the Pirates; OR DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. CHAPTER III. THE BUCCANEER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOHS DRIVBN. ' A. Rorriance of the .End of Ocean Outlawry.* '.. By Col, Prentiss Ingraham, Author of ' Merle the Mutineer, ' &c., &c. CHAPTER III. THE BUCCANEER. : ' Sail ho !' The cry came from aloft, on a small schooner-of-war flying the flag of the United States. A fleet craft, for she went swiftly through the waters under a light spread of canvas. She was also a very hand some vessel, and all about her was in perfect ship-shape condition. She was well armed, and her guns shone like gold, while every rope was in its place. The crew were neatly dressed, and the officers, were in full uniform, and a handsome, dashing-looking set. At the cry from aloft, the senior lieutenant turned his glass upon the stranger,; which had just come into view running out of an inlet upon the ' Florida coast. — ^ No. 5.—' Captain Randolph,' said Vancourt, 'yonder stranger is the outlaw craft , Spiteful, commanded by Basil the Buccaneer.' He saw a schooner, ...

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An Expensive Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Au Expensive Sheep. A considerable amount of interest^ waB aroused at Measrs. Goidsbrough, Mort and Co's twenty-fifth annual sale on Wednes day, when the ram Pioneer (by Primus) was submitted for sale and purchased by Messrs. M'MaBter Brothers, Rockgedgiel, Liverpool Plains. Mr. Thomas Gibson's stud ram, The admiral,- although included in the catalogue or rams - submitted , by Mr. G-. Maiden, was marked ' For exhibition only,' and was not offered. At a late hour however, a ' Herald ' representative was informed that the owner had yielded to a very , tempting offer, and had accepted the satisfactory figure of 1500 guineas 'for The i-dmira!. The Admiral, it is stated, is now -the property of Mr. S. ?,'~Si2B®8on.' of Nowraine, Jerilderie. The price is with in 100 guineas of that paid for President,, sold at Messrs. Goldsbrdugh, Mort, and Co's 1896 sales on behalf of Mr James Gibson, of Belle Yue, Tasmania, for 1600 guineas, and purchased by Messrs. O. B., G-rubb and E. D. Lawrence, of ...

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Farmers' Co-Operative Co. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Farmers' Co-Operative Co. Thd eighteenth annual general meoting of the shareholders of the . Farmers' jCo- operative Company of New South Wiles, postponed from June 27, took place in the Temperance Hall, Kiama. Mr David Lindsav Dvmock. chairman of the company, presided, and more than 160 shareholders were represented personally and by proxy, The annual report submitted showed that n' satisfactory year'B business was done, and Btated that the co-operative movement in the colony had been considerably Btrergth' ened and expanded, and in this progress the Farmers' Co-operative Company has taken an active part. The 12 months, operation^ had effectively demonstrated the coopera tive control of the butter market, which was fully recognised by the producers and the trade generally, and he gave an illustra tion of what occurred in February last, when the company held the marked At ?d while the agents and the proprietary were Belling at 8£d. The struggle. Ifisted a fortnight, when the competi...

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Successful Co-Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

successful Co-operation. During tho first year's operations, ending 28tb February, 1898, of the Co-operative Wool and Produce Company, Limited, Syd ney, 14,198 bales of wool were consigned to the association ; of these, 12,548 bales were sold in Sydney, and 13,136 bales shipped. up capital was only £843, and the net profits upon the season's operations, were over £1,000, which far exceeded the working capital ! While the selling charges were only 3 per cent, commission, as against 6 per cent, charged by competitive wool brok ers. The difference between the two sets of charges was equal to 5c. per bale on every bale of wool sold. Busiaos, the buyer pur chaeingthrough the competitive broker had to pay $d. per pound delivery charges ; no such charge was made by the co-operators. After all these reduced charges, the co-operative association distributed among its Belling members a profit equal to Is 7d. per bale of wool. The having to the co-operator on the charges made by tbe competitiv...

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

An Awful Bondage. Mrs. Cufley's Case-— A Victim to Liver Com plaint — Bad Days and Worse Nights — Believed Herself Incurable — But Dr. MorBe's Indian Hoot Pills Cure Her. T ''' Another slave to suffering who has been rescued and made contented with life by Dr. Morse's Indian lioot Pills, is Mrs. A. C. Cufiev, Cubitt- street, Richmond. Vic.. who states : ' For the last six or Beven years I have suffered from that awful comr plaint arising from the liver, and always had that weary, run-down feeling, and my com plexion was sallow. I used to. get up in the morning feeling more tired than when I went to bed at night. Besides this weak-, ness, I had nasty pains in the head ; also a disordered stomach. There were times when I had to take to my bed, and lost all, energy in my household duties. I triod' many re medies, and doctors' medicine, but loat all faith in them, as they did ine no good. Not long ago a friend of mine, and also my daughter, advised me to give Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pil...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY. Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Telegraphic News (From our own Correspondent.) Stdney, Thursday, 3 p.m. An area of 70 miles around Wotugpa, in South Australia, has been proclaimed a goldfield. An officer of the German warship Falke, in an interview yesterday, denied absolutely that a request was 'made by protestant missionaries that the warship should shell the Roman Catholic presbytery at Samora. The Mmmter for Lands has called upon district surveyors to report on the central division leaseis which will shortly revert to the Crown. The annual Orange celebration in the Town Hall, last night, was attended by a packed audience. Great enthusiasm mani fested. No later cricket newB are to hand owing to an interruption in the overland line. The football match, New South Wales v. Queensland, resulted in a draw, each side scoring eight points. The weather appears to be clearing, but heavy seas still continue along the coast, and many vessels are sheltering. ; At the Tuberculosis Commission meeting yesterday, a veterinary ...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Municipal Council. The following is the business paper for to night's meeting of the Council : — Minutes, Accounts, Correspondence, Re. ports, General. Notices of motions : — 1. By Alderman Quirk — re adopting model by «laws. 2. By Alderman Flanagan — 'That all papers in connection with the lighting of the town be laid on the table.' 3. By Alderman Kerr — ' That £5 be paid to the Federal League expenses of the Pre mier's visit.' i. By Aldermau Kerr — ' That Mr. Alex ander be aBked to report re lighting the town with gas.' 5. By Alderman Kennard — 'That the Mayor be voted £10 yearly. G. By Alderman Kerr — ' That 1000 yards of metal be purcLaaed from the waterworks.' Order of tbe day : — Mr. R. Bouo'b letter re model by-lays. I Application for maintenance man. |

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