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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
NOTES. Suntop journey Bodangora to on Sunday to play the district team there. There is bound to be a numerous following from town as football is extremely popular with many there. A practice match of the Half-Holiday and Wellington Clubs took place on Wednesday. The teams were picked indiscriminately, and no brilliant play was attempted. A good proportion ut the participants wore their ordinary clothes. Several tries were obtained on either eide, but no attempts were made to kjck goals, and no exact record of the Bcore was kept. The English footballers play a match at Bathurst on Wednesday, August the 9th, against a picked team of Western players. Great inte-est is being uianifeatod. Excitement is very keen in Bathurst over the coming visit of the English footballers on August 9th, and tho opinion iB freely ex pressed that the Westerns will ' blow them out.' Two trial tsaun have been selected who will play a mutch on August 5th, and the team will be then picked. Dubbo Half-Holtdaj s...
District News. BODANGORA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
District News, BODANGORA. (From our own correspondont.) The usual fortnightly meeting of the Pro gress Committee was held last Tuesday. Present, Messrs. W.Smith Junr. (chairmau)' Thos. McDonald, C. CaBhel, H. G. Kine' W. Shea, J. Rolt, W. Smith, .W. Sullivan! and F. Coffoy.. Minutes of previous meet ing read and confirmed. The following cor respondence was read : — Letters from Sec retary to the Lands Department requesting that an area of 200 acreB be reserved for travelling stock and camping purposes at Bourke's crossing of Mitchell's Creek ; to the Stock Inspector at Dubbo asking him to recommend the above application ; to the road Superintendent at Dubbo asking when the work of grading Dick-st. would be com menced ; from the Under Secretary of the LandB Department acknowledging receipt of above application and stating that the matter had been referred to the District Surveyor at Dubbo for report ; from R. H. Dulhunty Esq. stating that he had Btrongly recommended the application ;...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
Markets. Prices supplied by A. B. Gago, Wellington :— Sheepskins, Cid por lb; hipos 2id to 3d per ib; oppossum skins, 5a 3d to 6a per dozen; kangaroo skins, Is to Is 3d per lb; Wjillaby skins, 9d per lb; horsehair, Is to Is. 3d por.lb ; dead wool, 2d to 3-id per lb;. beeswax, 9d to lOd pes lb; tallow, from £12 to £14 per. ton. . Prices supplied by I. Bergman & Co., Wellington —Sheepskins Q^d. per'lb. ; liidoa 2d. to8d.per lb.; pppoBum skinij Gs: per doizen ; liprsehair Is. por lb. , beeswax 9c| por lb. ? v ' ' Tho following wevo- the prices for New South Walos produco iu Sussex-street, Sydnoy, on Wed« nosdny i — Wheat. — N.S.Wi, milling, 3s Id to 8s 3d; second quality, 2s 10d,? Flour.— N.S.W., £ 0 12s Od to £7 5s ; Vic., £6 15s to £7 5b; S A., £7 to £7-7s Gd; Manitoba, £9 10s to £10. Oats. — Sped, 2sj_primo -food, ls;9d, medium Is 8d ; Tasmanian, prime Is 8d,' moduim Is 6d to Is 7d per bushel. ? ? Maize.— Market firm, ' Prime, 2s lOd por busliol Peas.— Blue, to 3s 9d ;? groy...
An Enterprising Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
An fenterprising Firm. Mossrs. Thomas and Bolton, although rccent, arrivals huve rapidly mado their mark' in Wellington' as smart and go-ahead business men. Coming hero in .March last,' they havo alroady drawn to themselves a conaiderablo poition of the auctioneering and gen eral produce trade of this town. They now fiud thoir business premises too email, and navo decided on ad ? ditions and alterations^ Tliey propose now to carry back the old building a matter of 25 yards, and they also anticipate building further to provide inereasod accommodation for farmers' produce aad ponltry, besides pens, horse stalls, etjs, Sinco thoir arrival hero they havo roportod somo largo sales, ahd judg ing by orders now coming forward, tlioy should quite maintain their racord in this rospect. A now departure they huve mado is worthy of spocial men tion, and that is tho farmers' markets, which they hold wookly, after tho style of Mudgoo, Maitland, Morpeth, and other large centres. By this an opportun...
Two Good Ponies. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
Two Good Ponies, Mr. Arthnr Barton has a very fine pony called Misere, which he reckons can race. He has another pretty bay pony at the Royal Hotel, which is used by Mr. Simms, who has conceived an immense idea of the pace of the pony, which is fashionably bred. So a qniet little race meeting was arranged for last Monday afternoon at the racecourse, when a select attendance of 40 enthusiasts was there. The flag fell to a grand start, and as- tbe raco was only for half-a-mile, all the pace was on. They raced nook and neck nearly the whole way, until the dis tancpj Tyhen the Royal pony came away and passed behind tho judgo's box a clear J length ahead of Misere. The time cut out for the half-milo is said to bo remarkable, and tho punterB think they havo a good thing on for tho next meeting.
Starr-Bowkett Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
Starr-Bowltett Sale. On Tuesday night a fair amount of in terest was manifested at the sale of a £200 share in the Wellington Slarr-Bowkett Building Society. The usual Tuesday-night payments were made by members, and at 9 p.m. Bharp, Mr. Boae, secretary, offered th?p share. As most people here, know alternate £200 share is a sale, the other being drawn for by ballot. The bidding was very slow, being started at £20, and immediately being jumped to £40. There were no other bids, and Mr. A. J. McLeod was the purchaser at that amount. This means that he haB twelve years to repay the £200 (which he intends to use immediately to build a cot tage on his own land), and the £40 to be repaid in four yearB, equal to borrowing the money at 5 per cent. Everybody knows the advantages of this society — it is simply a savings bank which allows good interest, and gives a chance for a man to get his own home for nothing.
Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
Hospital Sunday. The weekly committee meeting ;of this ad mirable movement was held last night in the Oddfellows' Hall. There was a splendid muBter, and great interest and enthusiasm was manifested. Mr. Wilkins was in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting wore read and confirmed. Tho following names were added to the committee : — Messrs. G. Hickey, W. F. Chauncy, P. Hurley, J. ShotlifE, Horn, Kerr, Tait, Rushby, Bergman, A. Rose, Bembrick andShubert. It was decidcd that the secretaries write to Mr. R. Porter, junr., asking him to en deavour to form a band to play at the Hospital Sunday procession, and enclosing the names of likely bandsmen. Mr. Rushby suggested that the procession be made more attractive by having lorries with emblematic displays — such as a patient in a hospital bed, etc. Mr. HayneB proposed that the ladies be called together by advertisement, and asked to form their own committee, meeting to be held next Wednesdav afternoon at 3.30-in the Oddfellows' Hall. T...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D. ; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
' CHURCH SERVICES. Gburch of Eu^lanci. .. - (Rav. B. Babbt Brown, R.D.Y *kd Jobr Oi MACDOrOAllA. 1 Xnly,23rd-^ Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a m, „and f.80 pm; Neurea, 3 p m; Snntop, 11 - am; Ponto, 3 pm. July 30th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a m, .and 7.30 p m ; Bodangora, 3 p mj, Geurie Railway Station, 11 a in ; Mtfryyale, 8 p m. Week Days. July 18th— -Mumbil, 7 pm. July 20th — Stuart Town, 7.30 p m. July 2tst — Stuart Town, 9 a m (H C). July 25th — Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C)
Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
Local Jottings. Teeth extracted free when artificial teeth j are to be made. E.P.Solomon, Dentist, Club'Hotel, Wellington.* The Hospital committee waa to meet on Tuesday evening — but it didn't. One com mitteeman was chasing another all over the town, but they couldn t fiud the meeting— neither could we. It is quite true some real live interest was taken in this matter. ' For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Great Poppermint Cure, 1/6'and 2/6.* A meeting of cyclists is called for Thurs day next at 8 o'clock at the Royal. Hotel, for the purpose of forming a bicycle club in Wellington. It is high time we had some thing of the kind, and we hope to see a good attendance. Unequalled and Invincible Woods' Great Pop permint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 and 2/6.* No doubt, if the bicycle club to be form ed approaches the P. and A. Association in a. proper spirit they will consider a propos al to lay down a proper bicycle track on the show ground. We could then have quar terly bicy...
LATEST CRICKET. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
LATEST CRICKET. London Wednesday. The fourth test match was resumod in the presence of about 13,000 spectators. Heavy rain fell overnight. Noble and Trumper played a slashing game. All the papers praise Noble's magnificent display.! The following are the scores : — Noble, c and b Hearne ... ... 89 Trumper, b Hearne ... ... 63 Gregory, o Ranji Sinjhi, b Hearne ...? 1 Darling, c snb., b Young ... ' v ... 39 Iredale, not out ... ..i_ - ... 12 Six wicketB for ... ... 278 Later. Australia all out for 325. England, three wickets for 96. Match drawn. TRANSVAAL. The Volksraad, with fivo dissentient votes, haB conceded a seven years' prospective and retrospective franchise. ' President Krnger supported the seven years, on the gronnds of honesty and righteousness, and because it 1 wonld not imperil Boer independence. 'The Times' consideis tho crisis has ended, and thinks Mr. Chamberlain has fully achieved his objeet. It. is believed the Yolksraad intends to in crease tho gold fields represent...
Telegraphic News SYDNEY. Thursday, 3 p.m. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
I T elegraphic N ews (From our own Correspondent.) Sydney. Thursday, 3 p.m. ' THE WEATHMR.. .Mr. Wrnggo predicts clondy to showery weather on the coast south from Port Mac quarie and over the Northern highlands ; elsewhere fine to cloudy. THE ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS. - The English' footballers defeated Mary borough by 27 pointB to 8, yosterday. FOUND DROWNED. Mrs. Yawsor, a miner's wife at Broken Hill, and her child have been .found drown ed iii a tank. NORTON ATTACKS THE PREMIER. Inthe Assembly, Mr.Norton continued the debate on the Address, and daring the course of his speech made serions charges against the Premier's personal honesty and inte grity. He acoused Mr. Reid of influencing tho Government to pay £2,500 more for the Rosebill railway lately purchased, to the nanir or JNew Zealand than the valuation set upon it by the Works Committee. He in sinuated that Mr. Reid did this for financial reasons, having overdrawn liis account_at the bank. He also accused the Premier of having ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
WJLD CHERRY BALSAM !?'» certain cure for. Coughs, Golds, Croup, Hoarsenest, and all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. ' ffb-* p.rcpantioo, made from the expressed jaiea of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with ether Mprtdieatt, will be found the moit useful medicine for chett affections. Prepared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, „ , M.P.3. (BY EXAM.) Ii*pwising& FamilyChomist MEDICAL. HALL, . WANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON Vr.E. P.SOLOMON DENTIST, ieeided to remain permanently in WBLLIlMk ? ' : ¥t-F, and lor the pme&t may be conanltod at (1m club hotel. . v- 'v r FBITATB BOOH ENGAGED FOB SURGERY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with or without plater. ' r . ; : GOLD FILLINGS ? tpedaltty. 9 O Zip C BO W N 8. PIVOT TEETH. TEETH EXTBAOTFD, 3/6. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 5/. STO O H ABG'E FOB EXTBACTIOKS When artificial teeth are to be made. ' BROKEN PLATES BEPAIBED. E. P. SOLOMON, : (Member of the Dental Association). 3DH35TTXSO?. CIAJBHOTEL, WELLINGTON G. L. GRANT, Architect and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
s. il. DAWSON, Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro : .perty Act. IS prepared to undertake* Sub-division Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels, Ac. Address, Wellington. ? f Kitulm 2JH B™ Sherriff & McCormick, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY .BUTCHERS. Lee Street, Wellington. ? Beale and Go's ?VTVW ' TORPEDO ' SEWING MACHINE M i. undoubtedly TEE Machine of the Day, baring Loured THREE FIRST PRIZES at the late Sydney Show, where all known mokes were ?ihibited and putin the shade. --t the Sydney Show BEALE AND CO. w«e aIso awarded Special Gold Medal for H APSB U KG PIANOS, which are specially constructed for the climate, and which only require tuning about once 'bEALE8 AND CO. bavo invented a Machine which ciin be - altorcd from lock to chain by Bimplj pressing'a button. Terms to suit the times. ? Full particulars on application to the Xocal Agent or the Mutter, Mb. J.McManus, Beale and Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse. MRS. P. COLREAVY, having secured additi...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899
MAIL TIME TABLE. ' ??_ Mails 'cloti at the Wellington PoyiOfflee, and arrive there at follows i — '' ' r/ Far Sydney, Bathuret, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart Town, daily,. 5.30 p.m. j arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. ?for Dubbo, Boarke, . Nytagan, Mary vale, daily, 7 a.m.^ arrive, 6.50 p.m_dailyi i flar Lincoln, Spicer'e Creek, Goolma, Two-Mile Flat? . . Cnllenbme, Mudgee, Tuesday and Friday,*. 9 a.jh.;; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday; 7.80 p.p»£';.., i Far Cemobella. Gollan, Murrungundy, Wednesday and Saturday, 0 a.m. j arrive, 6.30 pvtn. Thursday, 4pm. Sunday. h . , For Pont«i Terrabella, Tuesday and Friday, 0 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. Fer Yeoval, Mt- Aube*y,^Walma, Parkes,Wednes» - day and Saturday, O.a.m.j Monday and Friday 4.80;p,m. .v. Fpr CuMra'Creelf,' Bournewood, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. j* arrive, Monday and Friday, 430 ' . j For Montofiores, daily, 8.45 a.m. j arrive, daily, 0.15 p.B. *? For Wuulbman^uesday and Friday, 9 a.m. | arrive Tuesday 'atuf Friday, 5...