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Mr. John Norton, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Mr, John Norton, M,P. EvEitir member of Parliament has the privi lege of bringing forward charges against any other member, and snoh a course is quite right, but care should be taken' that -the charges made are trne and can be substan tiated by documentary evidence. The charges made by Mr. Norton in the Assembly, against the Premier, have been denied absolutely, and Mr. Ueid has gone so far' as to exhibit his wholo private business trans actions to prove tho falsity of the charges. Accusations weret also made against Mr. j. H. Want and our own member, Mr. Haynes. The lattler denied absolutely the truth of the statement made that he had received £25 in connection with the sale of the Rosehill rail way. We are not in accord with every action of our member, and may at times bo con sidered directly antagonistic to him, but we give him credit for what he has done for the district; and we can say that we absolutely disbelieve the charges made by Mr. Norton. Such men as the hon. member for...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Open Column. I Whilst allowing a reasonablo amount of space for the cipreusion of tbo various views of our correspondents, and being at all times willing to insert tho same wo do not nccossarily ondorso thorn. ]

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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Coming Events. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Coming Events. SHOWS. July 26 and 27 : Condobolin P. and A. Association August 9 and 10: Parkes P A and H Association September 20 and.21 : Coffro P.. and A, Society. . August 1 and 2 : Forbes P. A. and H. Astoria* .lion. . ? —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

The farmers at Blaynoy avo starting to grow ohicory.^_ The soil aud climate nro said to bo suitable. ; Byra, a towu in Africa, is built entiroly of zinc. The public buildings and residences did not coBt more than £6,000. Tho roliahlo Family Remody, Woods Groat Poppormint Curo for Coughs aud Colds, 1/G and 2/G.# . .

Publication Title: Wellington Times
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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

RACES. Forbes Jockey Club, August 3

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Adam and Eve. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Adam and Eve. Adam went strolling on tho bank of the Mao quario and there he mot Evo. If tho name'of a member of tho looal police force is road for Adam, and that of ' Irish Mag' for Eve, tho similo fits. Acting upon information received, Constablo A. B. procooded to the river aforesaid, and thoro en countered the foir daughter of Evo,wandonug by tuo .banks of tho stream, aud olotljed in nature's radiant _ garments, plucking flowers (or was it the fatal apple), aud bathing her feot in tho frost which lay upon tho pround at tho oarly hour of tho roncontro. Tho blushing '' bobby ' had apparently oaten of tho fruit, for ho behold tho woman's nakedness. With all the modesty characteristic of ' the foroo,' ho put hisjiandsto his face and walkiug baokward liko Ham of biblical history, ndvised tho fair Evo to get a fig leaf. But after all it oould not have been a second visit from our first fathers, for with the brutal laok of chivalry whioh only too truly holds sway in this mattor-of-fact...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Hako Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, CRURIS Private) Dieoasos, So'.atica, Piles, Lost Mun ) liood, all sorts of Eyo Disoase, Toothacho, Neuralgiu, and Corns. Consulted All Hours. Hako Khan's forcfathors wero all Oculists, Hudi* corns, Indin, liis fnfclier, grand-father, and great grand-father. Hako Khan lias boon practis ing his profession for many years. Ho will toll his patient at first whether he can cure or not. Address — Lee Street, opp. Saw Mills, Wellington TESTIMONIALS:— Waterworks, Wellington, Juno 29, 1899. (To Doctors Hako Khan and Nah Allah.) _ Deak Sins, — It is with pleasuro I give tho tes timonial of tho skillful way you cured my right.oyo, having suffered from cataract for tbo past 12 months. I could not see, nnd my eight was very painful. I am thankful to say, with your wonderful treatment and operation performed on my right oyo, without chloroform, tho cataract was removed; I am pleased to say, with vory little pain, and my oyo is tto...

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LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

LAND BOARDS. : ' ' : July 25, and 26 : Local Land Board. .

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WELLINGTON JUNIORS v. BURRELL CREEK JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

WELLINGTON JUNIORS v. BURRELL CREEK JUNIORS. ? Played on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the latter by . a good number of points. The winners wero .the heavier team, but neither Bido was too scientific. Feeling ran high during tho gamo, and culminated in a fight towards the end.

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Our New P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Our New P.M. : The now Polico. Magistrate (Mr. Makinson) has arrived. Ho was duly welcomed on Monday. Ho brings with him the roputation of being a sound, good man — one who has proved himself' in other parts not only an impartial dispenser of justice, but a straight-going honourable citizen. Our Civil Servants, as a general rule, take little interest in tlio town m wluoli titey 11; ro. xney lmugmu iuuy uu their duty when they give us thoir presence and draw their salaries. Our public institutions have no claim upon them, aud, in fact, they behave as if thoy woro doing the town an honor by coming amongst us. They forget it is tho existence of tho town whioh is tho reason d'etro of their presenoe, and if it does not exist, thero would be little chance of their having good billots. It is very pleasing to hear tliat Mr. Makinson iB not a public servant of this oharactor. Ho is one who iu other places whore he has beon stationed has recognised his. respon sibilities.— Dubbo Dispatch.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thubsdat, July 20 ih. r. ' The speaker took the chair at 4 o'clock. - Mr. Crick resumed the debate on the motion of adjournment of tlio Address in-Eeply. Ho said ho regretted that party loyalty had caused him to voto in favor of the Commonwealth Biil against tho die tatea of his consciencc, and common sense deplored the fact that no altornativo schome was brought Fn^wfirrl na 1»A hfllinvflrl t*l»n farnfinn lindflr tbo Onm - '? mon'rcalth Bill would bo dreadfully heavy. He beliovcd that they could woll afford to wait for fede ration for a timo, 10 or 20 yearB would bo nothing in tho lifo'of a nation. The hon. member condemn ed the Government in connection with tho redistri bution of portfolios, and said the Ministry deserved to bo 'thrown1 out of offico for that- alone. The removal of Mr, Carruthers . from tho Lands Depart ment at one of tho most critical junotures in the history of the colony in regard to land administration should not be pardoned. ...

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Quarterly Licensing Court. (Before Mr. J, F. Makinson, P.M., and Mr. E. A. Smith, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Quarterly Licensing Court- | (Boforo Mr. J, 1« Makinson, P.M, and Mr E A Smith, Jl1. Tho following lieonsos ; were ronewed i— John I Thomas Reidy (Railway Hotel); William Anderson (Imperial Hstel), Robert Gibson (Halfway Hotol.) JameB Sayer was granted a- colonial wine Iicodbo for & place at Suntop, on tho rond-. Wellington to Littlo River. : - ? , ?? - .. ? ? Jobn Thomas Reidy .was granted j .u'.ik sval of his billiurd licoDBo. ? ? .- V;- ? -'v, -. ,V, -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

WJLD CHERRY BALSAM ? Is a certain cure for Coughs jOolds, Croup, Hoarseness, 'and . all affec tions of the chest, throat, & lungs. This preparation, made from the expressod juice of Wild Cherry _ Bark, in' combination with other ingredients, will bo found tho most useful medioino for chest affections. Propared and Sold by JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL. HAU, NANIMA CRESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr. E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, . f. Has decided to remain permanently in WELLING* ' ION, and for the present may be consulted at the CLUB HOTEL. ?^PRIVATE BOOM ENGAGED FOB SURGERY. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with or without plates. GOLD FILLINGS a speciality, GOLD CROWNS. PIVOT TEETH. TEETH EXTRAOTFD, 2/6. ' PAINLESS EXTBAOTIONS, 6/. «NO C H ABG E FOR EXTR ACTIONS when artificial teeth are to be made. BROKEN PLATE8 REPAIRED. E. P* SOLOMON, (Member of the Dental Association). IPEIsTTXST, CLUB HOTEL, WELLINGTON G. Ij/ GRANT, Architect and Quantity Surveyor. (LATE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

8. H. DAWSON, a Licensed Surveyor, /Specially Licensed under the Real Fro- «? * perby Act. J[ TS prepared to nndortako Sab-division ^ I Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels, H ^ Address, Wellington. ? ? taken WELLINGTON BUTCHERY whioh ? /-ft' lation Sherriff & McCormick, be; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILT J BUTCHERS. ,-i The C lee Street, Wellington. : Beaie and Co's - i . ? a neoured THREE FIRST PRIZES at tho prfval exhibited and put in the b a qq were 1 M '^dSKold Medal for HAMBURG PIANOS wb& arc , specially constructed for the BTjC ^ only require tuning about once ''^YtTW CO. have invented a Maohino R from look to chain by s.mply A Soc pressing a button. t ___ a.e Co., Dubbo. ? ? ? I ladies' General Nurse. Mrs F. COLREAYY, having secured addition? al Accommodation, is prflporedtoreceivo persona desirous of staying in Welhngton for i Reno lADIEs'received for tlieir ACCOUCHEMENT, oi waited on at their own Residonco. I in b„: I Kea Sote the Address— JIRS« F« COLRKAW) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

OUR ACCOUNTS. Oar accounts to tho end of J quo are now issued, and we will be pleased to receive d settlement of same. We have decided to issue at the end of two months (as we took over: the Wellington Times at the beginning of May) in order that the ordinary quarters will not be interfered with. In future our quarterly accounts - will' be. issued on the first ot April, Julyj J October, and January. J. D. and G. W. Brownhill. To our Subscribers. Hsl' Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will greatly oblige us by, sending notice at once. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

THE WELLINGTON TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION : 5/- per quartor in advance Booked, 6/-. ADVERTISEMENTS : 3/- for first inch of space, and 1/6 for each succeeding inch per insertion up to ' k column of space and to ten insertions. Liberal discount for standing advertisements. No advertise *ient, however small, less than 2/6 cash, or booked 3 /?, All orders for discontinuance of advertisements or paper to be in writing. JOB PRINTING of all descriptions executed on the shortest notice at lowest priccs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

An Opportunity 'to be Seized. A Week worth Waiting for- ??? REDUCTIONS UPON REDUCTIONS.^ c / ' ?^?»-—-. n, | , l IBTT — I — ' — T T 1 — ITH ? I I II— I H II T ? ? ? ? t ' This 'particular week will be especially devoted to the' CLEARANCE of MILLINERY, UKDES.CL0THI1JG aud MANTLES. Every thing1 in these Departments will te !' still further rsduced, T ;/ ' ?' Capes, Jackets^ Ulsters, Corsetsr Olduds and Shawls,: Flannelette Underclothing, 'W^oolleii ; ^^^d^rGloiliin-gf -Children's; Cloaks^ UMersMrts and ; Dress Skirts, Blouses, Ribbons, Stay Busks, Bootees and Gait^ris, Berliu and Fittgerpig1 Wools, - - * - -M,:, Will. all be Sold BELOW SALE PRICES. Also, MEN S and BOYS' CLOTHING. Extra special Bargains in Overcoats 'Macintoshes, Oilskins, Hats, Shirts, fco. ... ? During the first two weeks of the Sale customers have poured in, and goods have flowed out in one continuous stream. Many lilies have been sold OUt, but 'we still have plenty of goods to offer. g. e. wise & co., ltd,,...

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ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. Played in Brisbane on Saturday in the presence of 11,000 spectators, and resulted in favor of the Englishmen by 11 points to nil. The winnors had ? undeniably the best of the game and showed vastly improved form. The gamo waB an open and scientific display of football, the ball travelling in rapid succession from one end of tho ground to tho ' other. Australia made some fino attaoks, but tho English defence was too Btrong.

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Small Debts Court. Jamos Ah Luri v. Atkins. Claim — goods sold £5 7s 4d. Verdict for tho amount, costs 2s, cost of witness 5s. The ' Times ' went for a long ride on Saturday afternoon, after some years' spoil Tho Times ' needs another spell now. Capstan Cigabettes. — Thoso' imported oigarettos aro now obtainablo from all Tobacconists at 4d por paoket of 10. i

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

.Markets. . Faemebs' Mabket. — Thomas and Rotton roport having sold as follows : — Pigs, wcaners, at 7s each j eggs, 10a to Is per -dozen ; fowls, 3d to 2s 6d per pair ;. turkeys, gobblers, 4s 4d each ; vogetnblea of various kinds at satisfactory pr'ceB j chaff, primo' green, at 3s 6d per bag. ? Stock Repoup. — Thomas ' and Rotton report having sold during the past week tho following stock :— Sbeop— on account of Mrs. Ryan, Goolma, 1585 meiino hoggets, at 7s ; on account of Messrs. Pound Bros. ' ©akhampton,' 304 merino wetliors and ewes, at 9s 6d. Cattle— on account of Mrs. Ryan, Goolma, 75 stores, steers and heifers, at 35s. Prices supplied by A. B. Gage, Wellington Sheepskins, GJd per lb; hipes 2Jd to 3d por ibj oppossuin skins, 53 3d to 6s por, dozen ; kangaroo skins, Is to Is 3d per lb ; wallaby skins, 9d per lb j horsehair, Is to Is 3d por lb ; dead wool, 2d to 3id per lb; beeswax, 9d to lOd per lb; tallow, from £12 to £14 per ton. Price's supplied by I. Bergman & Co., ...

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