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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. j SUBSCRIPTION: 6/- per quarter in adranoe . Baoked, 6/-. '' - ADVERTISEMENTS :' 3/- for first inch of (pace, and I/O for each aucceeding inch per insertion up to * column of space and to ten insertions. Liberal i dieoount for standing advertisements. No advertise* ' Kent, however small, lets than 2/6 cash, or booked ? 9/., All orders for discontinuance of adrtirtimnente ' n paper to bo in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed ~ on the ihorteit notice at lowest priccs.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Marriage. On the July, by the Kev. Father Kolly, of Carcoar, EMILY, youngest daughter of Mr. John Sloan e, of ' Eoslyn,' to SYDNEY NEWTON JONES, of Gundagai.

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wellington-Werris Creek Railway League. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Wellington- Werris Creek ^ Railway League. (To the Editor.) ' Sir, — About two years ago I attended a very large and representative meeting of local and district residents of the above league in the council chambers, Wellington. Our member, Mr. Haynes, was also present, and to his credit spoke very Btrongly in favor of this particular line, as aUo every other speaker. Sound convincing evidence was provided by gentlemen who are thoroughly acquainted with the route, that this is the cheapest, shortest, and national routo to connoct tho Great Northern with tho Great Western main truuk lines. At the present juncture, it is not necessary for me to dilate 011 the preponderance for this ' very necessary connecting link of railway, but let it be understood that the meeting in question was most enthusiastic, and the wholo district was almost unanimous in supporting tho national scheme. Delegates were appointed to wait upon tho Minister for Works to impress upon him the justice of tho demand ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

AGripiiian's Danger. ;Hef Suffered, from Indigestion' tad; Pimply Eruptioris^One Tear of Pain-— Dir.iMoMei-.1 ?Indian Boot Pills Aloije GoulS Relieve'Him. ' Mr; A. Murray, Albert Park, is a gripman 'on the Sonth Melbourne line of the Mel bourne T. & O. Coy. Those who follow up siich occupations almost invariably Buffer from stomach troubles, and Mr. Murray ' wis not exempted it appears. He tells- us ? ' I have Siifferd for the last year or more from sluggish liver and' indigestion, for which -I havo tried many remidies, -without obtaining any relief therefrom. The com plaints were most troublesome and obstin ate, and it seemed as if I had to take it as the1 inevitable, until I tried Dr. Morsels Indian! Boot Pills, which I did about :three months ago. After using two bottle's, J feej quite well again. I have also fdurid . ^bem Al for purifying the blood. T havefBuffered from' pimply eruptions; but since iiwng these' pills the pimples have all disappeared. They are a good medi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

A boon to cigarette smokers Wims' celebrated imported 'Capstan' cigarettes 4d per packet of 10. A.R. Cotjphand, Hairdressor, has removed next door to Chas. Swan's, whero ho may bo seon for tho next six weeks, ponding tho building of his new premises,^ Ojgj1^.iieo-d B tamper battery has been oreotod at Palmer's, JBuJga Mountain whoro gold was atruok a fow months ago.

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How the Heart Beats at Night [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

How the Heart Beats at Nlglit . Bed covering is intended to give tbe body the warmth that is lost by reduced circula tion of the blood. When the body lies down the heart makes ten etrokeB a minute lees than when the body ib in an upright posture. This means COO. strokes in sixty minuteg... Therefore, in tha nidif, tmnm- 4-liiit n usually spends in taking his night's rest the heirt is saved nearly 5,000 istrokes. Ab it pumps six ounces of blood with each' stroke, it lifts 80, GOO ounces less of bipod in the night than it would during the day. Now, the body is dependent for its warmth on the yigourof the circulation, and as the blood flows bo much more slowly through the veins when one is lying down, the warmth' lost in the reduced circulation must be sup plied by extra coverings.

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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Billiard Tournament, ? Two good matches opened the billiard tournament now in progress at tbe 'Royal Hotel. ' The first between Messrs. J Long and J. Thompson was a neck and neck struggle althrough, and was finally won by the former by the narrow margin of 8 points. The second night also witnessed a good Btrgggle between Messrs. J. Jacobs and T. Muntz, bnt the difference in points was greater this time, the former winning by 35 ; but up to the last 50 it was anyone's game. From 150 on wards Jacobs playing well, but aided by some marvellous luck, never gave his opponent a chance. The entries for the tournament closed with 44, so that 22 good games are promis ed in tho first round. That the handicaps, have been well adjusted is evidenced by the extreme divergence of opinion as to the | ultimate winner. j

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St. Patrick's, Wellington. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

[?] / (Frobit^.preeindnrs^Surnil) Eight orL'the 0 Western railway line 0' New. South Wales, on the -road to.fiourke and not far from the barik's.-pf ^ -beMfcquarj0' BWer, stands ttfe' picfdtesqaeciSid' Marishini? toWn, of Wellington. It has a!^ulation of 2500, and is- replete with all the eBsentials of ' advanced ciHlizati6n; '''':Th^ - d4®of tho foundation of tjie. Bettlein^eh^jrMs back about 80 years, and it was for a cofflTderabln period a frontier poBt of civilization. The paatoraliBtB once ' ruled the roost ' in the - vicinity, but when the Land £ctgof 1861 came into of oration—' free seteetM before Burvey there was a rush for the splendid lands in the neighbourhood*. JCbflFtange of hills which stands 'albngside^ccpv^rtlington are sedimentary in character, but on the Bide ai;e igneous rocks and other indications of volcanic activity — ' hence - the* Splendid chocolate and other soils which have made .Wellington a prosperous agrtiSalWUl centre for many yearB past. ! ' -**' ' 'V'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Beat tho big drum and shout hurrah. 'A discov ery !? ? - Tho best tluhg'thisVsidri'. of ;.the; line j licks everything of the' kind into a cocked hattf No more sleepless nights. A'boon to parents; and orerlast ingblosBing. 'WJiat? 'Why ! Woods'-, Great Pep permint Cure for coughs and' colds, lof course. Sold overywhoro at 1/6 and'2/6'j the laiigo si?o i' tho oheapost in tho long run, . y . : ?

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New Zealand Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

New Zealand Produce.. ? ' Further agricultural statistics based on actual threshing yields are available. The weafc'ior. was vret during the harvest in tho North Island and part of the Middlo Island,- and u considerable quantity of grain was damaged. Tho actual yield of wheat, oats, and barley was a good doal over the ostimato, being : Wheat, 32 76 busliols per acre, against . an estimate of 27 bushels ; oats, 39.56 bushels, against, 35 bushels ; barley, 31.73 bushels, against 28 bushels. After allowing for local consumption and seed, this gives a surplus of wheat of 7,808,214 bushels. - In the previous year there was a surplus only of 190,341 busliols. There was an increase in tho acroago under oats of 62,501, and both yield and quantity wore much higher than in tlie previous yoar. Barloy suffered from the|wet, and rye g'raBS returned 25 busliols to tho aero, and there are avail able 1,717,857 bushels. Sevorol phenomenal yioldB. of from 50 to 70 busliols to tho aero, aro reported, ...

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Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Parliament. Morb than usnal interest was taken in tho proceedings in Macqnario-street on tho 18th instant. The question of Federation, and the first appearance of Earl Beauchamp (who, by tho way, seems to have already made a big bid for popularity) at such a function probably had something to do with the matter. Tho Government has its hands pretty full, to judge by the number of bills submitted,. bnt the supreme question of the day — union'— 'wili, of course, take the lead. Mr. Reid seems already to be inclined to wriggle round the question of federation, to indg6' fronl the speech made in the House, when ho asked Mr. Barton' to move a motion of censure against the Government on the question of the purchase of the Rosebill railway. Of course he said he would sup port any action of Mr. Barton's on the question, and of course Mr. Barton said he would support any action of Mr. Reid's. But Mr. Barton distinctly and 'clearly let the Premier see that ?s booh as that question was settled, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

]for quality, cut, fashion and fiiniBh. tho suitings supplied by Trico and Co., 114 King St., Sydney; m uuexcollod. This firm onjoys a high imputation throughout oity and country for the perfection or its goods and that roputation it is determined to maintain. Visitors to Sydnoy would do well to call promptly at the establishment and seo for thorn solves. Tlioao unable to do so should Bend for samples and solf measurement forms and state about tho price desirod. Suits from £3 3s ; Trousers from 16/6. A magnillcent asaortmont of winter, suitings just' oponod.* ? . COLEMANE'S EUOALYPTE EXTRACT. ] Tho. purest Euoalypte on earth. ,| Lord Carrington's friend in . InpXiUEH/A. Tho world's remedy for chost complaints. Tho ' oold' euro of Earl Jorsoy's. ^ - 'But note woll Euoalypte, not Eucalypti,

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Good Old Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Good Old Municipal Council. There is something abont the Wellington Municipal Council which appeals to the higher sentiments inherent in all mankind; There ib a vein of bnmor running through the members which calls forth all the sym pathetic feelings possessed by nobodies — and somebodies. There is a spirit of enter prise in them which commands the respect of all who have any progressive ideas. There is a liberality about them which compels admiration and excites comment. And, above all, there is a liberality of economy which commends itself to the careful rate payer and the large landholder. We admire them for all these qualities, so admirable,, and so ennobling. But we must take them to task, and ask why they allow such a small balance to remain in the bank, when they could so easily have thousands instead of hundreds of pounds there. What right have they to spend a single penny of the. money collected from the ratepayers f Do thay not know that rates are not collecf-ed from peopl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

The MASSEY - HARRIS 1899 Open-Back Reaper and Binder, EQUIPPED WITH , EEEFEOT ROLLER and BALL BEAMNGS £ . ? ~ ~ ~~ ' . . ? ' .. 0 Massey-Harris extra parts always on hand and sold to Farmers At Sydney cost. Also Cast and Steel Shares at Sydney cost.: Massey-Harris ^Oil . ^rid Twine always on hand, Depot : Maughan |5treet, WelIington, ' OPPOSITE ioST OFFICE . ' i; ' ' _ J* KELK, A^enti ' Anderson's * ^ _ - ? . _ j . ALWAYS . SEEDS f j; '? AND . . ,.v? Our ILLUSTRATEb CATALXDGUE,. 9jB Pages, sent. POST PAID. Anderson & Co. 216 & 218 PITT STREET, I Seedsmen^ . . sydney ; B Plant Merchants. Several Reasons fdr Buying from ROBERT R ^AD -fcCd;; We are deneralt Storekeepers ! You can get anything you require fipm us. You oan get it at the LOWEST PRICES, : Every article is marked^m plain figures. ? ; Ev ery person s treated well and served as quickly as possible . . We ; import most ot oixr M/sJif a: V cV: * f;--' Goods, [?] consequently . the ?? Purchft»e ' is. v' . ' ' pla...

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Anomalous Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

. Anomalous Railway Rates. * Orange business people are entering a protest against the differential rates oh the Western line, afco against the recent rais ing of the freightage charges from Sydney to Bathurst, Orange, and Wellington, while the rates from Sydney to Bourke, Nyngan, and other distant stations; were being sim-. ultaceoualy reduced. They say that th'rd* class goods from Sydney to Bourke cost £36, and from Sydney to Orange £26. But if the local storekeeper gets a truck-load from Sydney, and re-trucks it to Bourke, his total coqt is £62. As the freightage charges from Sydney to Bourke and from Orange to Bourke are about the Batne, merchants herp are thus placed at a serious disadvantage, aod one Erominent trader says he is gradually losing is western trade, owing to the undue assist-, ance which the railways gave to Sydney com petitors. The matter was before the Pro gress Association recently nnd unfairness 1 of the charges, was freely commented upon. Mr. Newman, M.P., ha...

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"Intellectual Liberty" As REGARDS THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY. (Read before the Mutual Improvement Society, Wellington, by REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

' Intellectual Iiibert^V' -. -l As Reoa-iius the Ihbividu.aij ami) Society.-; (Read before the Mutual Improvement * Soeiety, 'Wellington, by'BKT. Q-. W. ; Fubmer.) ? 'Erery person ia a distinct, eeparat^, and; complete system, adapted, to all tbe purposes ot. Bell-goyernment. ? Eacl) bae a -miq'd, and an uhdecetanding, for the express purposes* of eelf-improvement, and increase of wisdom in the wide domain of ?knowledge; ? ' : ' With poraonal liberty there* is also per sonal responsibility. When these Essential elements are adequately realized we may ex Eect bettdr ind'vldunl', and, consequent^, etter society. A ' perfected society ' will remain' as the idle dream of a great ideal, unless pergohali liberty and personal responsibility be suf ficiently realized; Investigations in various branches of knowledge may be . made by one man, but tbe most successful in this age of controversy and scientific research is. the man . who aims: to become efficient in the pursuit of some special pr...

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The late Mr. John Speechley [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

The late Mr. John Speechley The death of Mr. John Speechley, of Mitchell '3 Creek, recorded in our last issue, - removes another. old identity from the'Well ington district. Mr. Speechley was aged 79 years at the time of his death,, and was wide ly and favorably known here, having been. resident in the vicinity of Mitchells UreeK for over 30 years, out of which he had lived twenty years on the Cobbora Road— his last residence. He was a nativo of Peterborough iu England, and came out in '55 attracted by the gold rush. He worked on the Meroo, Maitland Bar, and other fields for some time, after which he came to Wellington and settled down here. He has the unique dis tinction of having helped in the construction of the first railway ever laid down in Aus tralia, and was one of tho last survivors of the men engaged in that work. I11 farming operations he attained very fair success, and at the time of his death waB in possession of a comfortable little farm property on the Cobbora Road. U...

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Wesleyan Church. (REV. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

WeBleTao Chnrob. (Rhv. G. W. Fubhbb.) July 23rd — Wellington llams Bodangora, 7;30 — Rev. G. W.Furnert Wellington, 7.30pm— Mr. G.Chappell. July 30th— Wellington, 11am; Bodangora, 3pm Mr. G. Chappell; Boss's, 11 a m; Spicer'e Creek, 1 pa| Wellington, 7.30 p »— Rev.G. W. Futaer. ..

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GEO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

Presbyterian Chnrch. (Rhv. Gko. Milki) July 23rd— Lower Spicer'e Creek (Ross*) 11 a m j Windora, 3pm; Wellington, 7.30 p m. July 30th — Wellington, 11 a m; Geurie, 3pm; Wellington, 7.30p m. Week Day. July 20th— Neurea. .f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 20 July 1899

OUR ACCOUNTS* Oar acconnts to the end. of Jane are now i8aned, and we will be pleased to receive acettlement of same. We have decided to iasne at the end of two months (as we took over the Wellington Times at tbe beginning of May) in order that the ordinary | quarters will not be interfered with. In feature oar quarterly accounts will be issued on the first ol April, Jaly, October, and January. J. D. and G. W. Brownhili. To our Subscribers. Any Bnbsoriber not receiving thB paper regnlaily will greatly oblige ns by sending notico at once.

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