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

General News. Mr. GK Bruce, . Loombah, obtained the high price of 18s for 20 wethers, at Home bmh on June 29. Mining matterB at Yeoval, near Molong »re looking up and a boom is expected. It ii anticipated that a large number of men ?nil lw ATirrAfTflrl in fTiifl fiflM olinrfW Mr. Win. Skuthorpe, of Gulargambone, ii very ill, suffering from pneumonia. The life of an editor in Servia is not a delightful one. Within the last two years ? a weekly paper has had sixteen editors. Fifteen of them are in gaol for too keenly lamenting on Government aftairs, and the rixteentonas jSSt b?ea off to join them for the same offence. Strong branches of the Farmers and Sett led Association have been formed at Mill florae and at Orange. The Prince of Wales is patron of twenty two livings worth £7,686, and his total in come iB £174,203 a year. SnakeB in South Africa fear the secretary bud, and will even crawl away from its ilutdow. The bird can easily kill a snake twice its Bize. An Afghan interpreter a...

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Sporting. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

Sporting. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Tho following entrios in connection with the spring meeting were mado on Monday.: The Epsom Handicap (run September 9), 1000 bovs: added, ono mile— Parapot, Paral lol.Dalmeny, Alderman, Loch Long, Mosaic, Beware, Manganese, Cyanide, Water Color, Djin Diin. Johansen, Blue Metal, Cranberry, Holbrook, Bullomin, Cremona, Latem, Car berra, Chesterina, St. Clair, 'Jb'nsco, Mazza tina, Eastern King, Proudfoofc, Planet, Dan O'Connor, Welcome, Zeno II, The Chief, War God, The Watch Dog, Checkmate, Bos cobel, Cordon, Hector (late Glonroy), Ala oone, Woodlark, Lygon, Vunderdecken.Tho KiBB, Boreas, Pardon, Reviver, Magnet, Bight Honorable, Kiteware, Rosolite, Acq of Diamonds, Soverity, Wilton, Hopscotch, Thrift, Macaenas, Qentlo Hermit, Parlhian, Beauliou, Coal Queen, Aquila, Prince Car bine, Dandy, Sweetheart, Caledonia, Sirdar, Amourette, Sequence, RuBsley King, Plain Bill II. Ranjitsinhji,- Fitzroy, Nambacca, Coir, Kirry, Argo, Auld Lang Syne, Rifloite, Whak...

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

^yuALYPIE EXTRACT. Wn ? oti oarth. CT11,nRton B Wond in iNrr '»v.-A. Ihe 'So romody for 'boat ? ? ..umis, But of Ewl Jersey's. noto well Euoulypte, not Euoalypti. . , For quality, out, fashion and flinish tho suitings supplied by Prioo and Co., 114 King St., Sydney, aro unoxcollod. This firm enjoys a high reputation throughout oity and country for the porfeotion of its goods and that reputation it is determined -to maintaiu. Visitors to Sydney would do well to call promptly at tho establishment and soe for thorn solves. Those unable to do so should send for samples and solf measurement forms and stato about tho price desired. SuitB from £3 3s ; Trousers from IQ/O. A magniiloent assortment of winter suitings just oponod.* Firewood, Coal, Etc. John McCormick BEGS to imforirf the publio of Wellington, that ho has just oponcd business in W^jRjSriE! STIR/HUE1, T NEXT RAILWAY CROSSING, ? And that he is prepared to eupplj householders wjth-. WOOD and COAL, in Large or Small Lots,, cut-, to...

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A Boy's Essay on Cats. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 13 July 1899

A Boy's Essay on Cats. 1 Cats are curious cattle. They are selfish, toey ate grasping. When the attributes *ere parcelled out among the animals, the ctto get the gift of music.' She got it by Jioleni, No one knows where cats come item,! but since tho fashion of sealskin jMkets came in everybody knows where most 01 6° to. But this iakeuti a profound i wcret among the owners of seal - garments, f ey eet the seal of secrecy ? upon it. Per pi they are wise. The cat has nine lives ~ hat is to say, she lives nine timeB ldnger wn she ought. The cat is not subject to ,i ' have been made to insert a the dog law to include cats, but i Z w ca*8 ^ave inserted their own wb. Not only do they escape tax, but the mi „ x,rmi8. . a^80' They do their own stuffing. -Egyptian cat lived in a dark age. The It ? ern cioseB her existence in a sausage, j Mil !? are Severer than dogs, 1 6 ^ Gained. They ore great PMeatrians, and can make more laps in a EIlme thanany othe* animal. Theyare WiT11™ always come up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

OOI/EMANE'S EDCALYPTE EXTRACT. The purest Eucalypfce on earth. Lord Oarrington's friend in Influenza. Tho world's rcmody for chest complaints. Tli'a ' cold' (.-lire of Eurl Jersoy's. But note well Eucalypti, not Kuculynti. Mdme. Melba keepsi down her v/eight by taking three cold bath* a day. The Queen of Portugal, who is something of si modical student, and takea a great in terest in the bospitala of her country, ia a great auaniy of tight lacing, and ban al wayij preached to the ladies of hei- court againav this evil habit. Tight lacing in Por tugal, owing to the efforts of -the Q.ueen, is aaid to be now on ihe decreases For quality, cut, fushion jmd ilinieh thu suiting supplied by i'rioo and Co., 1 H luu'g Sfc:,8yduey, nro unexcelled'. This firm onjoyc r. high reputation throughout city und country for tho perfection of its goods and that refutation it is determined to niiuitiin \ isi(.o)J to Svdun would do vtollto call pi oi ptlj t Hie oJt tblishmcnt nnd -ees to- them d\eu ''lho'...

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THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER 111.— (Continued.) ' Are you not, Edith ? Consider.' :.';? -' i',1 cannot help it. K she avowed em * 'pbatically. 'And yet I tell you that I would if I could. But I cannot. I could .as Boon love— ? — ' She broke off abruply, and her brother, who had been standing close beside her, turned away as Norah Casbel came in flushed and lfltl»hinir Yitiv arnv Avon onnrlrlinor -Frnm f.V\/i keen November wind. One long tress of hair had escaped from its pins, and lay in a thick soft fold upon her shoulder ; and little Molly, rosy-cheeked too._for once, was * clinging to her skirts. 'My dear girl' — Mrs. Sabine rose to gruot her companion kindly-,1 and carelessly to stoop and very lightly touch with her lips her littlo daughter's ' shyly-proffered lips — ?'Have yon really been troubling yoursolf to phiy with this child for the last hour? What a curious idea ! And why did you lot her disturb you for the night? ..You must have needed a thorough rest, ...

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Poetry. THE OTHER WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

JOefry. TUE OTHJSlt WOMAN. J *'l'lio following parody on Budyard K:|)liii»'s well known pocui is published in tho ' rn-opcrator'.' :— i A woninn there was wlio wrote for tho Pros.', ! She told how to cut. nnd fit. » dress, And how to stow many a savory mess, But sho never had done it herself, .1 'guess, (Which none ofVher renders know.) , Oil, the hours wo spent., and tho Hour we spent, Aud the niigiir we wasted liko sand, At the liest, of a woman who never had cooked, (And now we know that she never ueuld cool;,) ,, And did not uiulci'stuml. A ttoiimu there wns, and she wrote ri|»hl Fit i r, (Ab you or 1 might ilu,) v JLuw out of a barrel toinuku a chair, '. 'To be covered with nhintz und stuffed with liuir, i 'i'would adorn my purlor anil give it an air '. (And wo thought, this tule mis true.) . ' ' ? Oh, the days we worked ami Iho ways we worked 'I'o hunimcr, and saw, aud hack, In making a clinir in which no one could sit, A chair ill which no one could possibly sit, Without a cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Hato Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, CiURE Privnto Discuses, Section, Piles, Lost Man ' hood, all sorts of Eye Disease, Toothache, Neuralgia, and Corns. Consulted All Hours. Hiko Khan's forefathers wero all Oculists, lluch coins, Ir.tliu, his fnthor, Rrand-fnthor, and groat grand- father, lfnko Khan has been practis ing his profession for many years. Ho will tell his patient at first whother . he enn cure or not. : A-l-lrr**-I*t'iilr-.-l, uVI-. .*««? Milt*, ll\/li,ii/tvii { ?::- ' V;' '''. ;?? '-TESTIMONIALS :— . - ?' ?-??.', 'Waterworks, Wollingtou, June '2!»,-lS!i!-. (To Doctors Hnko Khan and Xnh Allah.) . Pkak Stus, It is with ploasurp I «ivn thfi Los-' limnnial of I In; skillful \va,v you cured my right eye, having suffered from cataract for the past 12 month*. T oniilrl not 3co. and my ii^ht. was Tory painful. T am thankful to say, with your wonderful treatment and operation performed ou my right oyo, without (ihlorofonn, the cataraot. was removed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Wanted. WANTED, A COOK AND HOUSEMAID. Apply at onco.' ?'?':??? ' '* ? ? MRS. T. CASIIMAN. ? ....''? Court Iluuse Jlotol. Tenders. mENDERS aro invited for the CONSTRUCTION 1- of a BRICK and WOODEN SHOP in Percy Street. Applications will be received up to Saturday, the 22nd July, 1899. I'lans and Specifications may be seen at tho residonco of tho undersigned. ; Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ' J. CONNELLY, Percy Street, Wellington. Dissolution of Partnership. THE partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, lately carrying on business at. Wellington and tho surrounding district as pro priotors and publislu-rs of tho Wellington Times, boB this day beuu DISSOLYED by Mutual Consent. All Accounts due to the late firm are to be PAID to, and all Dobts due by tho late firm will be PAID by J; H. QtfinK, Solioitor, Wellington. Dated this 7th day. of June, 1890. ???'., HENRY WALTER DbBOOS. THOMAS GERALD FRAWLEY; Witness— F. S. Dawbon, Law Clerk, Wellington. Referri...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY. Monday, 3 p.m. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Telegraphic News ? « ? .? (From ouu own Correspondent.) . ? Sypney. Monday, 3 p.m. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. A meeting of tho opposition will bo hold on Tliurs-. day morning to consider tho attitudp thoy will adopt during tho coming session. Mr. Bnrton eays tho Govorninont will bo onpour nged, nnd all opposition to. tho most rapid progross of the fedoral nioTomon't will bo resisted ?'THiSrCOMINa SESSION. ;. .,;??. Politicians aro busily preparing for tho.coroing .fray. The' Premier, expresses ButisfucWon., nt the present, position of affairs, -vhiaii'. ho .stufes uoror looked rosier for the GoVorhhiont. 'TUo ' Herald ' - says tho session will probably oxtend into March, with the usual Christmas roccss. WEATHEK FOKECAST,- J ? ? Mr. IT. 0. Bussell forecasts west to south west winds, cooler weather and scattered rain. REFORMATORY GIRLS. Soren girls who ran away from the Brooksido Reformatory in Victoria, state thoy woro mado to split timber, construct fences, plough and do other heavy lob...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Obituary. An old residont of tho district, uanicd William Speedily, .died at Sollansvillo on Friday. Deceased hud buen a resident of tho .district for thepuat IS years, and was highly rospoctod in the locality in which ho livod. JIo was 03 yoars of age, nnd leaves a wifo anil growu-iip 'family to ''mourn their loss. The body wus brought' to Wellington on Saturduy anil interred in tho local ooinotery.: :

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THE TRANSVAAL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

.- ' i-;-»^-TB;#TRANSVAAL. : . , :,..,t-,-r;. ?,:..?; . 'London, r-gunday. At the opening of the Cape Purlidmenl, great crowds whohad assembled twice 'sang' the national anthem. : ? '. . ? ??-. ? . ? . No special reference to, thoTranBvaal trouble was mado in the Govorno'r'a speech.', '? ' '?? Kruger says any frahchiso amendments suggosted by England, in a'friendly- Bpirit, will receive con-1 sideration. ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

COLEMANE'S EUOALYPTE EXTRACT. Tho purest Eucalypte on earth. Lord OuwiiiRton's friend in Influenza. Tho world's reinody for ohest complaints. Tho ' cold' cure o£ Earl Jersoy's. 'But noto woll Eucalypte, not Eucalypti,

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District News. YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

ilJ^ i O uistrlct -Newsrit : -; \ ^^^^^YEoyAh, :. .' _.^ . . . ; (From our own correspondent.) ! Saturday moriiiugj, at Oa'Xs Vale, itho . residence /of rM'r.-.E. ..Jo.hn.spn, prcs^iitq|l.' a scene of. tile, liv;Ol.iest..^excji;emont:;. 'people gathered. from till ^he'sniTquii'dirig. placet rq: par(ieipaWifirth^:waU intr AH.lioiinh.t.lift naddocks' in AvhiohitliG hunt took placo were very scrubby and rq6ky; a good few persons assembled, being in| all about 25 drivers and 30 shooters. Upon calculation it was found that abont; ,300 animals were killed. The honor of ' Top Score ' fell' to Mr. G. '? Jobb (Yullnnjdry Creek) with 24, closely followed by Mr.' Astill (Handover's Creek), with a score of ,22, while several others shot 20. Tho'drive was followed by a dance at night,1 to which about 15 couples gathered. Dainty refresh ments were supplied in abundance, and,;the floor beihg'well suited for dancing, a very enioyable time was spent by the guests.;

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Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

mutual Improvement Society. The usual weekly meeting of this society was held on ^Friday evening last, when there was a very' fair attendance of members. The Rev. G. W. Turner occupied the chair. The ininuteB of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Half-an-hour was then devoted to arranging the syllabus for tbe next quarter, and two new members were elected1. The business for the ovoning was prepared addresses. * Tbe Rev. Mr. Furner road an able essay on ' Intellectual liberty us regards the individual and society,' which was spoken to by Father Gdl. Mr. O'Brien then read an essay on strikes, re ferring specially to the Lithgow and New castle strikeo, and the big Pittsburgh strike at Carnegie's mines in America. This ex cited a considerable amount of discussion, boing spoken to by Messrs. Bergman, Collins, Flynn, Brownhill, and Father Gell, and replied to by Mr. O'Brien. Mr.. Irving was then elected leader of the ministry for the debate on the following Friday, and Mr. Coll...

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STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

STUAET TOWN. I Seemingly, Mr. Editoi, you have ass.yot no ono upon your Btaff, representing tho interests of this locality. Therefore, a few .words from -this humble scribe may not come unwelcome to you, -for thatiyou may hereby kno\r th'at we aro still here and ajert, soine 800 of us. ? [ We have had some vaiu, but not yet been favored^ in this respect with that copious downpour whiclif wnnlrl satisfv nverv veauirement. Tlie' fall- 80 far this winter has not been such as would ponotrate'to the roots of tho larger forces of vegetable life, re plenish tho natural springs to which we must.'.m the event of a dry summer, turn for wator for domestic use, nor adequately fill in all cases the Btorago pro vided for mining purposes. Judged by our federal record on June 20th:last we do not appear to bo entirely in ' swing ' politic ally with our fellow colonists in other parts. How ever it may be that coming events willprovo that tho .majority favoring the proposed federal constitu tion wore ...

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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

; ^Iecliauics' Institute. The annual general meeting or the above was hold at Plummcr's Studio, on Friday night, July 14th. ; Present : Mr. Bassett (President), in the chair, and Messrs. C. H. Barton, Soott, Cameron, Connelly, . Flanagan, Chiplin, Barnett, and Long. ? The Secretary read the annnal report as follows : — LadicB and Qontlemen, — Your' committee beg to submit the second annual* report. During tho past year, wo have increased our etook of books from 500.to.7jM), atan expense of about £20. Finding ahelving rpom limited, wo. are enlarging our space, and aro spending a further £20 in books, which will give a library of really first class works of about 900 books. It is satisfactory- to bo able to inform you that the funds of the Institute are in a solid condi tion, tUoro being a credit balance o'f £16 in the bank, %and* £22' Qoycrnmont - subsidy due, besides otlior subscriptions *cill to cbino ja. ' Wo here bog to tender our fcbanka to tho hidies and. gentlemen who so kindl...

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 14. (Before Mr. J. F. Kennard, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Wellington Police' Cpiirtl Feiday, JniY 14. ' ?:','??. YBefore Mr. J. F. Kennard, J.P.-iJ ';; ; . I John Campbell, charged with being-drunk arid disorderly in Lee-street on tbo. 14bh instant,- was admonished and discharged. ? The Bame man for using pbscenco language in Leo street, on the 14th instant, was fined £3, in dofault 2 months in Wellington Gaol. . . ' I . , : . SUMMONS OASES.,-. v ^«.r- ?; ' '.:.??' FaifaAii. JULY.-14/ r^i- f -V.:-!.^. j (Before Messrs. W. P. Pridham, M. Veeoh.iand -: T. H. York, J's.P. . . ? - Annesley Kennard v. P. F. Hurloy.— This was a claim for possession of a ,tenemont. An order was given for possession in August. ?? ;: '?' ? Thomas McDonnell t. Thomas Howp. JJefendftnt was charged with unlawfully assaulting complain - ' ant at Lincoln on the 3rd instant. ' The caBb was dismissed. . . l ? . ?? -; ;s : The case— Police v. Edward Joseph McOadn, for indecent; eiposuro in apublio plano^atf Wellington on June 20th, was withdrawn.. - r r- -:'(.'

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Wellington Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

Wellington Municipal Council. The nsnal rortnij;htly meeting of tho Council was held in tho Council Chambers on Thursday night, July 13th. Present :— The Mayor (in tho chair) and Aldermen Quirk, Poolo, Kerr, Bassett, Connor, Flana- gan, and Konnard. ' ?- -,?',?;* The minutes of the provious mootiu' woro road and confirmed. ° ACCOUNTS. Tho following accounts were pnssed for payment :— C. A. Yoo, £3 10s ; J. Edwards £3 18s; F. Robinson, £4 Ha; Railway Commissioners, 7s 6d ; G-. E; Wise and Co £1 7s 6d ; R. Portor, £8 14s ; J. D. and G W. Brownhill, £10 4s ; J. Asgill, 7S ; G. Willocks, £3 10s j J. Hay wood, £3 4s ; Q. Hennessy, £11 15s. CORRESPONDENCE. The following communications were dealt with : — _ ^^ Alderman Quirk moved, and Alderman Keir seconded, and it was carried,' that tho copies of by-laws furnished by tho Orange and Dubbo Councils be referred to the by. laws committee, with instructions to draw up a code'-for this Council. Re a letter . from the Railway Commis sioners wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 17 July 1899

WJLD CHERRY BALSAM Is a certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from tho expressed juico of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with other ingrcdicnta, will bo found the most useful medicine for chest affections. Proparod and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, ,_ ' . . ^ NLPiS. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL. HALL, NANIM A CRESCENT, WELLINGTON . Mr.E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, Has decidod to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and for the present may be consulted at tho CLUB HOTEL.. ? ,,, UEIVATIi EOOM^GAaEQiFOB SUKaEBY. . ? ? *%---: ...-..? - v . ABTIFIOIAL TEETH, with or^tiont plates. : GOLD FILLINGS a sp^ijiUtyi .; -; GOLD CHOWNS. PIVOT IKE T Hi '- TEETH EXTEAOTFD, -2/6. .::iT,3., ,-: '' lS- :-( PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 5/' '''? NO CHARGE FOE EXTRACTIONS When artificial. teeth are to be made. .v..- , BROEBN!PLATES REPAIRED. - E. P. SOLOMON, ' * (Member of the Dental Association). OLJJB HOTE...

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