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District News. STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

District News. 8TUAET TOWN. fFrom our own correspondent.) The nights liayo beon froBty and the days sunny and p'easant for tbo past week. _ Two young mon having gone into tho bush hero, in pursuit of marsupials, one happened to get separ ated from the other in following his gamo, and failing to roturn that night, somo uneasiness con cerning bis safoty existed noxt rnorning. Ho . . 'i._ ? i ? ? J ImwnvA* nVtmif. rnin.nn.xf joisuroiy Baumurtu after enjoying tho hospitality of Mr. M. Brady, whose hoineBtead he came to in his poregnnation late tho previous evening. ' 't ' The morning mail has beon delivered atresiuonts homes by the subordinate local olficor for tho past two months or more, and this extension of tlio sor ties is greatly appreciated by the townspeople. The question of roads about bore is one suscept ible of a considerable amount of development, and will doubtloBs havo tho consideration at tho hands of Progress Committee that its importance calls for. Why should the main w...

Publication Title: Wellington Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Tenders. fTlENDERS are invited for tho GRASS BIGHTS JL of tlio Oaves Raoecourfo. Tondora to bo in by SATURDAY, tbo 5th of August. Full particulars on application to either L. N. Hyeronimus or E.J. Matthews. . Notice. ' To the RoBidcnts of Wellington and District. W. COMBES, ~ j LATE OF SYDNEY, BEGS to announce to the publio of Wellington and District, that ho has takebpremisos in Percy Street, Ucxt to Itewis and Donn. ? All classes of Sowing Machines REPAIRED, and Duplicato Parts kept in stock. NEW and SECOND HAND SEWING MACHINES on sale. Machines' i ? -ii. ? _- ? a 'nrr-Dtrnv vt? A T?Q GUARANTEE given' of all work done. LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. SOCIAL, IN AID OF Til E CONVENT BUILDING FUND TO BE IlEIiD ON Thursday Week, July 27th. TICKETS 5s. and 7s. Gd..„ . ? '? Aerated Water and Cordial , Factory, WELLmGTOK' . ; James Mathesora BEGS to notify the pulJlic of Wellington nnd : Surrounding Districts that iio] has b-uight the business lately carried on by Mr. P. Harris. Tho same ...

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Football. BODANGORA v. SUNTOP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Football. BODANGORA v. SUNT0P. This match, in connection with tho corapotition was played at Bodangora yestorday in tho proaonoo of a very largo number of onlookors. Quito a cavalcade journeyed from Wellingtin and tho local Bodangoritos turnod out to a man. Thoso prosont were rowarded with an ovon gamo, which at times was fairly interesting. In tho first half Wriol.k socured a try for Bodangora. aftora fast dodgy tun, and it was couvertod into a goal by a lovoly kick! From this out to tho half-timo whistle, Suntop wero.a good deal pressed, although thoy compollod their opponenM 'io ru,. „ fc/ico. {n t,)0 second half Bodangora had to play im „i| ti, knew, and at last ono of tho Suntop men got ovor Tho kick, although a good ono, failing, loft the gamo 5 'points to 3 in favor of Bodangora, and as no further scoring was dono, this was tho final result. Mr. J. H. Orbell acted efficiently and impartially as umpire, and gavo satisfaction to both sides. One of - tho Suntop mon, who has deci...

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Cricket Fixtures. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Cricket Fixtures. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND The following is the list of matohes arranged, and tho dates ? July 24 — At Konnington Oval, v Surrey July 27 — At Brighton, v Sussox July 31 — At Lord's, v M C C and Ground Aug. 3 — At Portsmouth, v Hampshire Aug. 7 — At Birmingham, v Warwickshire ' Aug. 10 — At Canterbury, v Kent _ Aug. 14 — At Eennington Oval, England. v Austra-' lia— test. ' Aug. 17 — At Cheltenham, v Gloucestershire'' Aug 21— At Lord's, v Middlesex . Aug. 24— At Taunton, v Somerset- ' ? : ? ' ? Aug. 28 — At Liverpool, v Lancashire Aug. 31 — At Scarborough, v an Elevon of England Sept. 4— At Hastings, v South of . England

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

NOTES. A team from Dubbo will visit Wellington on Saturday next. Two matches have been arranged for thorn j tho first against Burrell Creek at 11.30 a.m., and against Wellington at 3.30 p.m. .Both matches will bo played on Bell Park. ' On Sundav next the nalf-HnlirW fllnh inn... to Bodangora to play the local toam. Tho bus leaves town at 1.30 p.m. . . Normon Smith will play in.the matches— Prob- ables verses Possibles — which havo been arranged to tako placo at Orango and Bathurst, with a viow to selecting tho team to play, against the English men at B.ithurst on the 9th August,

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SYDNEY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

SYDNEY- MATCHES. Randwiok beat Sydney by 10 points to 7. ^yuj. laroo beat Buocanoor by 9 points to 4. Marrickvillo beat University by 21 points to 11. Pirates beat Parramatta by 14 points to nil. HALF-HOLIDAY v. RAILWAY. The Half-Holiday OluL plays a Railwav toam on Wednesday, on Boll Park. Players aro roqueated to bo on tho ground 'at 2.30 sharp. Half-holiday team : — Back : Thompson ; Three-quarters : Clem, Moxham',- Jacobs; Fivo-eighths : Morion Scrum-half : J. Read ; Forwards : Hughos, Ziohlke' Magnus, Reidy, MoOormick, .Burnett, Poolo, and Totton. Emergencies : Seymour, J. Willocks. Madden, T. Willooks. ., Railway Football Toam,— Full back : Soliubort ? Three-quarters : Holt, Mitchell, Brodorick; Five', eighths : Orbell (capt.), Watson ; .Scrum-half: Dempsoy ; Forwards : Flanagan, Donn, Duncan, King, G. King, Clayton. McKenzie, Bilton. Ernori geneics: Ward, Johnson, Long. Wiokham and Usher. ;

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Presbyterian Church. (REV. GRO. MILNE) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Gbo. Milnb^ July 30th— Wellington, Ham; Geurie, 3pm; Wellington, 7.30 p m. ? - . . ,

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. (REV. B. BARRY BROWN, R.D.; AND JOHN C. MACDOUGALL). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. ] Church of England. (Rbv. R. Babbit Bbown, R.D. j and John C. MAODOT7-iAT.T.V July^Oth— Wellington, 8.30 a m (H C), 11 a m, . . and 7.30 p m; Bodangora, 3 p m; Geurie Railway Station, 11 a m ; Maryrale, 3 p m. Week Days. J uly 25th— Wellington, 8.30 a m (DC)

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

Obituary. Tlie many friends of Mr. N. Muller will be' sorry to hear of that gontleman's death,' which occurred at St. Vincent's Hospital on Thursday last. De ceased, who had., been suffering for a long time, left .Dubbo last month for Sydney, and on Wodnes-' day- underwent an oncration whioh annarentlv proved successful. A'cliange for the worse ' set in next day, however, and he sucoumbed as mentioned. I Mr. Muller was woll known in Wellington, and has eomo relatives in the district. x

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Baptist Church, Bodangora. (Pastor ISAAC BUGG) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Baptist Church, Bodangora, . Tqa in Wrrnn\ I July 30th— Bodangora, 7.15 p m. ? ? ' 'IfjMltngfon limits' NEC TEMERE NEC TIHIDE MONDAY, JULY 24, 1899.

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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Billiard Tournament. Two othor matches were decidod last week in conl. nection with the billiard tournament at the Roya Hotel. T. Hall, 23j-beat JR. Smith, 20, by 45 ; and H. S. Carr, 75, somewhat unexpectedly defeated ' F. A. Thomas, 15, by 4 points, aftora very close and exciting game. .

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Wesleyan Church. (Rev. G. W. FURNER.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Weslevan Church. (Rev. G. W. Fubnbb.) July dOtta — Wellington, 11 am; Bodangora, 3pm Mr. G. Chappell ; Ross's, 11 a m ; Spicer's Creek, 8 pm; Wellington, 7.30 p m— Rev. G. W. Furncr.

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The Transvaal. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

The Transvaal. London, Sunday. The feai that existed in Johannesburg, that Great Britain .would accept the weak compromise offered with regard to reforms, has been dispelled by Mr. Chamberlain's speoch. . The Cape Premier has dospatoliod a re markablo telegram to President Kruger, ex horting him not to yield, but to await an Imperial message, which might lead to arbitration. Tlio message concluded witli words featina lente. The Dreyfus Drama. . _ Ti. I ? T ? nnMAMi.n' iL.i _T T « - xt nuo uouu aauuii/niuuu Tiuau aianoiicai effortsrwero made to iudnco Dreyfus to com mit suicide during his captivity. He received an official telegram, two years after his imprisonment, stating that his -wife had given birth to a child. In order to test the fidelity of the sontin ols guarding Dreyfus, bogus night res ouos wore arranged.

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY. Monday, 3 p.m. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Telegraphic News v* (From our ownjCokrespondent.) _ . Sydney. Monday, 3 p.m. The Weather. . H. C. Russell forecasts calms and light' variable winds with fine/ bright, and dry weather for several days. -t. ? New Zealand Parliament. A Bilj|. giving the Government powor to Bocure'land for workmen's homes, has passed through committee in the Honse of Repre sentatives. Thei Victorian Parliament. The Victorian Government has declined to proclaim Referendum Day a public holiday. Assault by a Chinaman. The' woman, Edith Laterda, recently as saulted -by a Chinaman, died in the -hospital yesterday. The alleged assailant in now in 'custody.; ?- .The Hissing ' Waikat-£' A trig iias left the Bluff to search the out lying islands, to the south of N^vv Zealand, for traces of . the steamer ' Waikato,' now overdue. A Sailor's Quarrel. A nntn'hQi* nf C/m ? ** vw* w* ua Ulioou UUfllJUIUtt VJttU OUHOrS engaged in a quarrel near Queen's What f, Melbourne', on Saturday, knives being freely used. A Footba...

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MONDAY JULY 24. (Before Mr. J. H. Kennard J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

MONDAY JULY 24. (Before Mr. J. H. Kennard J. P.) William George Williams, charged with using in deoent, languago in Leo Stroet, Wellington, on tho 22nd instant. Fined £3, or two months in Wel lington Gaol, David Halliday, charged with boing found in possession of a fowl reasonably supposed to bo stol en. Sentenced to 21 davs in Wollinni-nn David Barker, charged with using indecent languago in Lep Stroct, Wellington, on ' tho 23rd instant. Fined £1 10a, or six weeks in Wellington C+aol. '

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 21. (Before Messrs. Makinson, P.M., and E. A. Smith and F. H. Kennard. J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 24 July 1899

Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, 'JULY 21. (Boforo Messrs. Makinson, P.M.y nnd. E. A. Smit'1 and F. II. Konnard, J'b.P.I - Tho Court of Petty Sessions was openod on Friday laBt, and Mr. Makinson, the nowly-appointed P.M., took his scat for tho first timo. Mr. J. H. Quirk, as tho sonior mombor of tho logal profession proscnt, in a few well-chosen remarks, congratulated his Worship on his appointment. Mr. Hcgai'ty also spoko a fow words of congratu lation. His .Worship rnsponfWl hriofly. tUanbing tho gentlemon for their kindly remarks. BIOXOUS BEHAVIOUR. Tho first caso called was against William Gcorgo Williams for riotoua behaviour in Leo-street on Thursday, tho 20th instant. Tho ovidonce disclosed that ho had an altoroation with Olara WilliamB, who called horself the wife of tho accused, and the row ended by his dealing hor sovoral blows. This oc curred near tho traffic bridgo. For his sharo in tho riot, Williams was finod 10s or sovon days in gaol. Olara Williams was then similarly...

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THE STORY TELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 27 July 1899

^ . :i THE STORY TELLER. : '. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER VI. A fortnight bad passed — fourteen days of rain and wind, Bleet and hail, with now and then a touch of frost and enow, bright ^ ened by furtive gleams of pale BunBhine. ' Norah Caabel bad settled down to her very few anil light duties as Mrs. Sabine's com t panion, .and had got used to the routine of ? tier life at Castle Kilchenora. Surely a very easy thing, to do ! For never was the day's' round of occupation and duty - more monotonously regular anywhere than - in this great house ; nowhere could life pre . 7 ? ? _ »ent less excitement or diversity. No visits were paid — none received. It seemed that the inhabitants of Castle Kilchenora led a , ' life apart, cut off from their kind. Surely, ?cjthen, the occupation of 'companion' sat - lightly enough?, And yet not so very easily . after all. Norah Cashel, with keen bright eyes, not lesd inquisitive and' curious than the rest of her sex, striving to peer beneath i ... the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 27 July 1899

Hako Khan and Nah Allah, The Noted Indian Oculists and Specialists, /'SURE Privato Discosos, Sc-atico, Piles, Lost Man y hood, all sorts of Eye Disease, Toothacho, Nouralgm, and Corns. Consulted All Hours. Hako Khan's forofnthors woro all Oculists, Hucli coniB, India, his father, grand-father, and groat grand-father. Hako Khan lias bocn' practis ing his profession for many years. Ho will tell his patient at first whethor he cun euro or not. Address— Lee Street, opjp. Saw Mills, Wellington TESTIMONIALS :— _ Maryvale, 17th July, 1899. (To Doctors Hako Khan and Noh Allah.) Dear Sirs, — My bod, ^Bernard, having suffered for upwards of twelve years with granulation of tho oyes, during whioh timo I visited several medioal men, who, in each case,. gave no satisfacton, and hearing of your succcbs in various critical cases, I decided to place him under your treatment. I am thankful to stato that ho is perfectly cured and wish to state also that the operation, performed without chloroform, wa...

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Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 27 July 1899

Hospital Sunday. Tho usual weekly meeting of the Hospital Sunday Committee was held last night in the Oddfellows' Hall. Mr. Wilkins occupied the chair, and there waa a very good attendance. A letter waa read from Mr. R. Porter, say ing he would bo able to form a' band for Hospital Sundav. It was also Annonnowl that the Stuart Town band waa coming, and it was proposed that thoy bo asked to come on the Saturday morning to play at the foot ball match ; and Messrs. WilkinB and Ruahby offered to provide accommodation for them free of all charge to the Committee. Messrs. Gallaway, Blackhall, Read, McGrath and Lee wero placed on the Committee, The Railway Ambulance Corps has promised to take part in the procession j and Mr. Jurd gays the cadets oan also be depended upon, but the oonsent of the Colonel must first be obtained. The Committee will meet next week on Thursday instead of Wednesday, but the ladieB meet on Wednesday afternooD. A BuggeBtion was made by Mr. Chauncy that a fancy dress...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 27 July 1899

v- To Farmers and Producers. - / ' TV'. 'P. 'iVTTTndTTTtlTiTi w,1° ,m' carricd on his GENERAL COMMISSION ^ L'.V* BUSINESS next Mr. Clifford's, bogs to announce in the Bpnoral public that holms boon requutedby many o£ his old patrons, as woll at now ones, to - ? Smn j WEEKLY PRODUCE MARKET. Hitherto the request was made, but tho wanTof proper - ?ceommodation prevented his carrying out this object. Ho now begs to state that ho is shortly removing ? to now and commodious premises next tho ROYAL HOTEL, and will thoro Soil Weokly tho Produco U'i.V, '' Patr0118 offcr- which will includo FARM PRODUCE, HIDES FURNITURE. POULTRY »OG8,&o., also MACHINERY, VEHICLES, &o.,&o. a, ^ivhuuki!,, tuumm, . '?* . M. desires to notify that iho is taking in a Partner who is in every way oapablo to conduofca DUBinesa, and (ho firm will henceforth bo known ub MITCHELL AND COMPANY. ? MITCHELL & COMPANY will act as Agents for tho following: — ' MESSRS. PITT, SON & BADGER...

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