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Dubbo Bicycle Sports [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

DubHio Eicycle Sports. Tho . ubovo sports wero hold yestorday,: under splendid weather conditions. The courso «as in' good order, and 500 people woro present; Tho results are: — \maleur Handicap — L, Cameron-. 1, B. SchloefTul 2, J. Ricn 3. Two of the competitors - foil. Wheel Racc — A. Hutchins 1,-; II. Atkinson. 2, J. Lockwood 3. Lap Dash — 11. Atkinson 1; W. Rich 2, P.'O.ftlonra 3. Local Handicap— A nut chins and J. Hutchins dead Inut. Obstncle-Raco — ,W. Hutchins 1,C.-. J. Brooks 2, Slow -Rnco — G. Roth 1, J. Uu'tehlns 2. Consolation .'Stukcs — Ji Schneider 1, Gr. Rotji. ' r , I

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

, , MAIL TIME TABLE. .. '1- * ^-llujls^losc , nt the Wellington Post Offico; and ^cfil§;^Vrjvo;t\rtre as follows : — . , Jfipr?, Sydney, Buthurit, Mudgee, Orange, Stewart r/rd'i'.n')'dttily, 5.30 p.m. ; arrive, 7.20 a.m. daily, viV ??' V.-For 'Dubbo, Bourke, Nyngan,' Muryvale, daily, 7 ' a.m. ; orrirc, 5.50 p.m. daily. ' For Linooln, Spicer's Creek, Goolma, Two-Milo Flat, Cullenboup, Mudgoe, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 7.30 p.m. -#.v;For: Comobolla, Gollan, Muvrungundy, Wednesday --- -- '? and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrive, G.30 p.m. Thursday, -4 p ui. Sunday. ^ ,For Ponto, Tornibella, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. j ;x- urrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, 430 p.m. -For Yeoval, Mt. Aubory, Walnta, Parkos,' Wednes- ^ „ '' day and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; Monday and Friday. 4.30 p. in. ' . -:-For Cnrra Creek, Bournewood,'' Wednesday and ? ' ?' Saturday, 9 a.m. j arrive, Monday ar.d Friday, 'v ''430 p.m. '-.For Montellores, daily, 8.45 a.m. {' arrive, daily, 5.15 pim.' 1...

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IS IT "THE SAME OLD BILL?" (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

13 IT 'TIIE SAME OLD BILL?' (To the Editor.) Sir, — Might I bo permitted to commend the following considerations to the attention of those whoso objections to the Commonwealth Bill wero, liko my own, chietly grounded upon tho purely con stitutional defeeta of that mcarure. As tlio Bill left t lie hnnds of the Convention at Adolaide, it was iu such u shaj e that tho bill oassed bv the ronresentutives of three-fourths nf tlio Australian people in tho House of Representatives might have been rejected. and permanently act aside by tho represontntivos of tho lemnining one-fourth. At the auececding sittings of tho Convention thin defect, so serious that its importance could lmrdly bo exaggerated, was modiGed by tho adoption of a provision for joint sitting in case of deadlocks. Tho effect of this altorutiou was to put tho powers of a majority of people iu a minority of States (ou tho one hand) and those of a minority of pooplo in a majority of States (on other hand) almost on a balance, a...

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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

Com lug Events. .t?-*5, fr*' SHOWS.' . Jdno 7 and 8 : Cobar P. and A. Society. | J'uo 29, 30, July 1 : NSW Sheep-brooders' As V'j '? ' 'soeiation Annual Show . August 9 and 10 : . Parkes P A and H .Association August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and JR.. Asspcia

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

Open Colnuin. {.Whilst iillowinf a rensoimblo iiiuouiit of spneo for tho oxpreuaion of tho various viowa of our corrosiioudouta, and beinif at nil Union willing to insert tho sanio wo do not liocessiirily ondorso thoin. |

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

RACES. ..* , Cobar Turf Club, June 7 and 8.

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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

. to^cal JoitiagSi ^SuccESSPUD^-pPE^TXON,-— -We hoar that Dr. Biuott, assisted 'by' Dr. Rygato, haB just preformed a delicate operatiou on a man callod Jatnes Fredericks. Chloroform was administered to tlio sufferer, and trephiuingof the Hkullwas accomplished, by means of which an abeess ou tho brain was removed. The' operation was or.e requinug tho exorcise of great skill, aud we are pleased to learn that it was successfully carried out, aud that tho patient is now as well as ever. The Electoral Registrar's office will be opened for the issue of elector's rights on Tuesday, and Friday nights, between tho hours of 7 and 9, till 6th June, and thore alter every night during toe no lira mention ed till- Juno 20 — Referendu u day. The Mutual Improvement Society meets as usual on Fiiday evening. . Business, impromptu addresses. ? Several memborsof I ha Wellington biyncli of the Federal League intond visitiug Sun top on Saturday week for tho purposo of having a debate with local, men ou t...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. R. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

CHXJS.CH SERVICES. Chin cli of Eiif. land. I (Risv, R; Bahiiy -Bhown, R.D. j ivn' JoiiN'C.;. j MAf.'DoiTOAr.i.V: ? May 2Stli — Wellington, 8.30 u.m (U CJ 11 n m and 7.30 p ui ; No urea, 3 pm; Suntop, 11 am; Ponto, 3pm. ?' - ? Week-days. ? May 23rd— Mumbil, 7 30 p m. Muy 25th— Stuart Town, 7-30 p m. May -2(5111 — Stuart Town, 9 a ni (H C).

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Wesleyan S. S. Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

'^'esleyaw S. S.; Anniversary- 1 Services to. (jelebrato tho anniversary of jho Wesloyan Sunday School were conduct ed in the Protestant Hall, on Siuidny last, by Hie Rev, G. W. burner, at 3 o'clock in the nftyrnoon and at night at 7 30. At. each servieo there was choral singing by the children. 1 ho efforts of the liltlo ones woro highly appreciated ? and showed careful ? training. The commemoration was continued ou Monday evening, when a. programme of sacred und secular music whs gone through. 'The. conceit opuned with- a chorus by tho children, after which tho Rev. G. W. Purner addressed a few woi'ds of welcomo to mem bers of other denominations prcsont. Ho rftt) rl Hin lio 1 n/»n_ ollnaiinir tho Sunday' School was on a fjood basis. A duet, ' Little Buds,' was sung by Miss Bertha Brown and Miss Ida Inch. Then came a recitation;.' A night with the wolf,' by Miss Minnie Beattie. Mr. Etherington sang ' The sea is England's glory.' Next followed dumbboll exorcise by a squad of linrn....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

/ ' WJL.D CHEERY ' BALSAM Is a certain cure For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of tlio cliest, throat, & lungs. , v.., --.This preparation, mudc from tlio expressed juico of .Wild 'Cl'iorry Uurk, in combination . -with:, :othcr ingredients, will be found tlio most.usoM medicine ' , for chest affections, ' ? ? : . . Prepared anil bold by |p AMES HAYN.ES, . M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) : ' Dispensing-^ PamilyGhemist. 'MSDSCAJL - 15 AUL, NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON ? ? . - » ? ? ? , DEMTAL NOTICE: ?' Mr. E. P. SOLOMON ?? 4 . . FROM SYDNEY, Surgical aad Mechanical - Dentist, ; 1 /WllO liaa been in Wellington sinco January, has ' ? decided to REMAIN PERMANENTLY, and for ? tlic present may bo consulted at tho Club House - v - Hotel, Leo Street. ' — ? ? . . ' Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite.jjtc., made .-to so closely roeemble the natural onoB in oolor -I- . und lifelike appearance, as to rondor detection v v - ' \ impossible. ? Nervous Patients fitted with tcoth wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

s. H. DAWSON, lc Licensed Surveyor, | (Bpooially Licensed nndor.tbe Real fro- f ^ porfcyAot. 1 IS prepared to undertake Sab-division Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, H Jfeo. Address, Wollington. take WELLNIGTDH BUTCHERY I Sherriff & McCorinick, BI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY . ? BUTCHERS. . ® tee. Street, 'Wellington. I : ' Bealeand Co's ' having s.oured THREE FIRST PRIZES at tho ... late tfydncy Show, -whore all known makes were ? : exhibited Mid putin the (rtiade. w»re At the Sydney Show BEALE A ? g-p alio awarded Speoial Gold Medal for HAPSBUhU oU PIANOS which are specially constructed for the climate, &n'd which only require tuning about onco ^ ' BEA^LE^AND CO. have invented a Machino. ' which can ba altered from jock to chain by simply, — preuing a button. i Terms to «uit the times. A ?^uU particulars on application to tho Local Agent or the Manager, Mb, J.MoManus Beale and Co., Dubbo. I Ladies' Crsnsritl Nurse, -g MBS F COLREAV Y, having scoured additio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

. IV Stn'MO'uR EGA itT V,1 , S oi ioi t or ; qj i os i te Post'Office, WoUingt;oti.*;' ^ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. — SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quurtor^ in advance ?? Booked, C/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space,' and 1/0 for ouch succoeding'iuch por insertion up to a column of spaoo and to ton insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements, No advertise* ? meat, however small, loss than 2/6 cash, or booked, 0 /-. All orders for discontinuance of advertisements I 1 or paper to bo iu writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions oxocutod on the shortest notico at lowest prices. '

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

General News. I The tugs Champion, Hero aud Alice have been dispatelied to look for the Perth shirr, reported by Captain Cozo;if, of the Whangaroa, to be 450 miles east of Sydney. It is most likely tho Perthshire if picked up will bo brought to Sydney, rather tliiin .taken to Auckland. A tug has alio be iu sent- from Aucklnnd. usiay diary liy^on, tno uovernov a sister, will bo returning to England in about six months, to resume her duties as ladyin -vaitini; to the Duchess of York at tho end of October. Unequalled and Invincible. Woods' Great Peppermeut Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/6.* With regard to the outbreak of phylloxera pt Corow8, Professor Blunno, of the Agricultural Department, arrived there on Monday, to mako n thorough inspection of tho vineyards in the locality. Twenty thousand Austrian weavers aro out 011 striko. nI ' The Court of Cassation in Paris has been summoned for the 29th to considor tho re vision of tho Dreyfus trial. Imported cigarettes can now be bought for 4...

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The Late Mr. N. Cooney. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

? Tlie X,ate Mr. K. Co'b'iie- ; In the midst of/life we aro hi'death.' /Truly has this been exemplified- in' the'sud- den death of Mr. Nicholas Cooney f^f Kaiaov. Tho sadvovent was chronicled in our last issue, aud occurred on Monday m-firniiig- rtt G o'clock. The remains were taken- td'tho church, where they 'lay all that.-.day and night. Solemn requiem mass ^fls cele brated, by the Archdeacon on Monday even ing. : At. 2 o'clook procisely oii-';T-ue.Bday. the fu,ueral cortege started from thci churoh for the old cemetery . Tho general 'esteem in which the deceased was held was. shown | by the -very large number of people, ' not ouly of Wellington, bu^ of the whole district, who came to pay the last tribute of respect to a man universally lovod and esteemed. Tlie procession was the largest known in Wellington 111 rucem. yum o, i;uuoioniij.- vn over 00 vehicles and 50 horsemen and cyclists- The lie v. Archdeacon U'Arcy, assisted by tho Rev Pu'her Goll, oOiciated at the grave, where a...

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THE NOVELIST. A Cruel Bondage. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

TJ.1E- NOVELIST. A. Gmel S01 CHAPTER IX.— (Continued.) ' I ought to apologise, ' tho intruder sai^ coolly, closing the door, for my uncreinonious ?jr onlrance, but; my business here is not ex' ^ nctlyofa corcmoninl charactor. 1 Indeed ! You puzzle me, 1 confess. Bo . - seated, Colonol Estcourt. ' 'I prefer to remain standing,' said the '''' 'other, in the same cool, stern manner. Ho Bii w that Lorrimore, despito his selfcom manii, was very inr trorn oeing easy in Jus inind. Tho colonel went 011. ' I will come to the point at once. I am here to demand tho instant and uncondition - al surrender to me of certain letters you ' have in y-*ur possession written to you by' Mrs. Ravelle.' ' Vi et armis,' said Mr. Lorrimore, witli a smile, . 'jl suppose Mrs. Ravelle, or Jesuita, has made a confidant of you; but pray re member that wo are neither in the Soudan ; nor in India ; and I am not, a nigger ; but , - an English gentleman ia his own house, in a civilized country.' : ' You.aro an Engli...

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More Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

More Enterprise. A go-ahead man is Mr. .Tait of Welling ton^'-and the handsome and substantial bakehonso recently erccted by him stauds aa a: monument to his enterprise. Mr. Tint -has :recently tnken new premises, and at the rear thereof ;he has had built a structure of bnck.of solid - proportions, for the - purpose ot his. balcery^busincss. The building: has tsvo storcysi' aud is- of. .brick -with iron roof, an J ,-t lie L^un ensionsiare- 3o ^feet. by . -15 feet. Tlie^lowef- floor- is taken' up' by the bake liouso.aud-.theroven;r-;i.Thc-;former 18.20 feet by 16 feet, with ^a stone- floor uud all the latest .improvements and 'cou vemeuccs. Tho' oveiiiia^ll^feet byi'12 feet,- ^enclosed by brick '\all8 22tinches thick. J'lio upper storey is devoted -to~filoriug--purpososj and.it is calcu lated- that '50 ? tons sof'floun: can- bo accom mo-, dated. OverTtlio oven, mns a plalfoim, at :wiiicuiCiiercartSi.wiii;.Ki;anu:.ana:iinioaii;.ineir. burdens . ►Mr-.'J.Turtrantieipat».s commencing ope...

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Local Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

ILocai Sport. ? How id it that Queen's Birthday has been allowed to pass iu Wellington without some ' sport?-. Never could wo have believed it possible that a town such as this, — rich in money aud sportsmen, — would havo allowed this holiday to .pass unnoticed. Recreation and sport are as necessary to the- well-beiug of a neoole as work : without it^ve become mere clods, del vers of the earth, seokersotily after dros.*. Our young men nped reerea-.' tion. It makes -them strong and hearty, and fits them for the struggle in life which' they must later on take up in earnest. We i are strong advocates of everything which | will take our young men— and women — out into tho free fresh air, where they will gi'in strong bodies, enabling them to use strong:! minds, and build up a great nation. It is i often said that young Australia, is too fond of recreation, and neglects the cultivation of the mindi We believe in mind cultivation as we believe in body cultivation, but to fit oiir young peo...

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Queen Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

Queen Victoria. Yesteruay -the laJy who rules over millions of people in all parts of the globo — ' over that country on which the buu never sets'' — attained her eightieth birthday,, and .the sixty-second year of her reign, and we cx tenu townrus nor our uearty congratulations. She has been traduced at different times in lier lifp, but ber name as wife and mother stands forth as a shjuiug ex/imple to be followed by women of all countries. Under her comparatively peaceful rule, Great Britain has attained the proud position of ' Queen of the Earth home legislation lias been carried out which makes her people-the freest people on earth ; her sous bavo gone forth into all countries, turning deserts and wildernesses in to gardens and populous cition , and in later' years that blot on finglaiiJ's good name — the treatment of Ireland — has been comparatively wiped out, and in its .place a measure of self-government has been instituted which will in time place that counlry, so dear to the ...

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Local Federal League. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 May 1899

JLocal Federal League. The first committee meeting of the above was held in the council '('?linmbersiJ on Tues day evening last, anil was attended by a large- aiid representative gaflmriiig of the committee. the chair. . . ./ . The minutes of the inaugural -meeting were read'and confirmed. ; Mr. Wi llcins, the secretary, then. read the correspondence. Since tho first, .meeting he had written to the council asking for the iihcof- the council chambers for the purpose of; the league meetings, and had received a favorable : reply. ITh had also wiitten to Messrs Copolaiid, Crick', and Canuthers M's.L.A , and to Mr, T. H. York (at pre sent in Sydney), and tho central executive of the Federal League. Ho had received a reply from tho central branch, stating that every effort would be used to. secure tlio services of the best speakers availablo for Wellington, and that in tho 'meantime suit able literature would be sent for distribution in the electorate. It was also intimatad that Mr. Copel...

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