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Local Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Local Jottings. Teelh extracted free when artificial teeth are to' hie made. E. P. Solomon, Dentist, Club -Hotel, Wellington.* There has been a great influx of strangers to Wellington of late. They all come hero with' the one remark that they hear of no thing but Wellington as tho place which is coming to the front. They should bear m mind, however, that jobs do not grow upon trees like fruit, and they will find just^as much difficulty here as in other places in obtaining a livelihood, if they come here with nothing, to back them up. Tho Land Board held extended sittings last week, lasting four days, when volumi nous evidence was taken in many of the cases.. Last Thursday's meeting of the council was an interesting one in many ways. The desire for progress was plainly evident, and, ns one alderman put it, 'Wellington was now going ahead, and the Council must go with it.' A mattor of great interest, which, how ever, was only-touched on, is the cutting np of Boll Park soutli into allo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
:? WILD CI1ERBY: ' BALSAM ' Is a certain euro .lor Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, and all affec tions of tlie chest, throat, & lungs. Tin's preparation, made from tho expressed juieo of Wild Cherry Bark, in combination with othor iugrcdieDta, will bo iound tho most useful medicine for chost affections. Prepared and Sold by ' ? JAMES HAYNES, ? M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) Dispensing & Family Chemist MEDICAL HALL, NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON Mr.E. P. SOLOMON DENTIST, Has decided to remain permanently in WELLING TON, and for the present may be consulted at tho CLUB HOTEL. , PRIVATE ROOM ENGAGED FOR SURGERY. , v ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with or without plates. GOLD FILLINGS u speciality. i ?? GO LD CROWNS. PI V OT: TEETH. TEETH EXTRACTED, 2/6. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 5/. : NO:,C H A RG E FOR EXTR ACTIONS ? when artifioial teeth are to b,c madc.^ - ' BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED. ^ E. P. SOLOMON, ? (Member ot tlio jjentui Association;. ZDZEHsTTIST. CLUB HOTEL, WELLINGTON ?a. L. GRANT, Architect...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
s. H. DAWSON, C Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed under the Real Pro v ^ perty Act. TS prepared to undertake Sub-division _ 1 Surveys of all kinds ; taking of levels, ± Ao. Address, Wellington. ? tak WELLINGTON ^[£51 - Sherriff & McCormick, E WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Tb lee Street, Wellington. ? Beale and Co's - fine e «ed THByEE FIRST PRIZES at fclio Pri £ Sydney Show, whore allknown makes wore #X Svdnev Show' BEALE AND CO. were .ht awarded Special Gold Medal for HAPSBURG PIANOS which are specially constructed for the B1 climate, and which only require tuning about once CO. have invonted a Machine . whSnboaltered from lock to chain by simply. A f pressing a button* # ? I TflrmB to Buit tho tiniGB. lull particulars on application to the Local . Agent or the Manager, Mb. J.MoManus, Beale and ft Co., Dubbo. Ladies' General Nurse. MRS F. COLREAVY, having secured addition- T, al Accommodation, is prepared to receive persons desirous of staying in Wellington for...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
MAIL TIME TABLE. .Mails closo at tho Wellington Post- Office, iiud -arrivo there as follows : — For Sydney, Bathurst, Mudgoo, Orango, Stewart = -Town-, daily, 5.30 p.m. ; nrrive, 7.20 a.m. daily. . ; For Dubbo, Bourko; Nyngon, Mary vale, daily, .7 :: ' a. ill. j arrive, 5.50 p.m. daily. ? ... ' - .'V! ? ? ? For Lincoln, Spicor's Crock, Goolnin, Two-Milo Flat, Cullonb'ino, Mudgae, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m.; arrive, Wednesday and Saturday; 7.30 p.nj. v-'.-a;v For Coinobella, Gollan, Murrunguudy, Wednesday , and Saturday, 0 a.m. ; arrive, 6.30 p.m. Thursday, 'J ]) in. Sunday. For Ponto, Terrabclla, Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. j arrivo, Wednesday and Saturday, '130 p.m. For Yooval, Mt. Aubery, Walma, Parkps, WodrioB . ? day and Saturday, . 0 a.m.; .Monday. and Friday 4.30 p. ni, '... '.'V.v ,:.v. For Curra Creek, Bournowpod, : -V^oduosdtiy and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; arrivo, Monday and -Friday, ? '1 30 p.m. . 1 ^ , \ 'j , ?For Montclioros,- daily, ?S.'lu.a-.m.-lj-VHmvQj daUyi'i.lu' _ p.m. ' ...
District News. YAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
District News. YAMBLE. (From our own corrcspondont.) Wo bavo been favored with a splondid fall of rain: during tho last fortnight, which has ulroady had a yory noticoablo-offoct upon tho. wheat crops ' iu this locality. Tho farmers in this district evidently bo liovo.in wheat growing (though tho price . obtained this season-.- was not very encouraging) as during tho last twolve months somo hundreds of acres of new land have beon clcurcd and cropped with wheat. Mining matters are very dull just at present bore. About a- dozen claims aro on cold on Mr. G. Lahev's property at Umbio,- though tho best claim is little, moro- than good wages. Considerable excitonient. prevails among tho miners and settlers along the rivor, as a great many miles of tho river liavo been leased for dredging, und it is feared will have a very bad effect in a great.many rcspcots. Tonders aro called for the erection of a now school at Two Mile Flat, much to the credit of one of our most worthy citizens, Mr. G. R...
The Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Tlie Land Board. Tlio sittings in connection with' tho Land Board, tho first two days!'results of which wo have already published, were continued on Wednesday and Thurs day, tho 26th and 27th inBtant, boforo Mr. C. E. Finch (chairman) and Messrs R. T. B. Gaden and E. Ji'Matthows. The following further cases were doalt with : — CONDITIONAL rUHOIIASE. James Sullivan, 115 acres— rofund of value of improvomonts recommended. Thomas P. Fisher, 115 acres— postponod. homestead selections. Thomas Quirk, 135f acres— refund of valuo of im - provements recommended. Thomas Quirk, 170 acres— rofund of value of im provements recommonded. Thomas Q.uirk, 1751- aeros — refund of value of improvements recommonded. special leases. Thomas Lindsay, SOaoroB— recommonded 15 acres ront 3/6 an aero. - Joliu Wm, Lang, 4 acros— refusal recommended. William Smith sonr, 120 acres— refusal^ recom mended. William Smith sonr, 26i acres— withdrawn. ltOADS. Bank of Now South Wules, 59 acres— value of land rfiBunied (...
Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. SUSSEX. SUSSEX—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. SUSS EX. SUSSEX — First. Innings. I'rj, c Trumble, b M'Lcod... ... ... 181 Brami, b M'Leod ... ? ' ? : ? 24 RanjitSinji, b M'Lcod ... - ... r ... 5 Killick, b M'Leod ? ? % 100 Mulow, o 'i'rumper, b'l'ruiublo : ^4 Collins, not out ? ' ? , 35 Tine, b Trumblo ... ,,, ~ ,,, ' 4 farris, o Noble, b Jones .... 9 T»te, c Trumblo, b M'Lcod 1 Wt, o Kelly, b Trumblo ? 5 Bland, c Laver, b Trumblo... ... '... 0 il Sundries ? ... ' 10 11 ^'otul - -u ... ^ 'V.'. 4M ga Bowling Analysis. — M'Leod, 5, for Ol j Trlimblo,. |1 J for 75 , Jones, 1 for 147 j Noblo, 0 for 31 \ Lavor, ^ Otor2« i Worrull, 0 for 15 j Gregory, 0 for 19, 9: w AUSTRALIANS— First Innings, m norrall, e Collins, b Killick, ... ? ...128 m Trumble, b Bland ? 2G H 'fmpcr, not out ... ? „v ? ' '-?: 300 M Gregory, st Butt, b Killiok,.,- : 73 M Bill, c Butt, b Brann... „!- - ... 28 9 wrling, not out . ... ; ? 56 H' bundries ,,,- ... -13 1 9 lfour wiekots for ... - ' ... G24 PI 'un'j1K8 declared eloaod. ? . 9 r -28 A...
MONDAY, JULY 31. (Before Messrs. W. P. Pridham and H. Nancarrow.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
MONDAY, JULY 31. (Boforo Messrs. W. P. Pridham and H. Nancarrow.) ~ Soren Sorcnson, employed as Kitchon-man at tho railway refreshment .rooms, was charged with as saulting Mrs. Rhoda Southwood. It appears ac cused took more drink than was good for him with tho roBult that he practically tan amock, striking at everyone near him. When Constable Brosnan arrived on the scone, ho found Sorensen being held down by five or six men. For his little jaunt ho was fined £5, or two months' gaol.
TERRABELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
TERRABELLA. (From our own correspondent.) . The effects of the .recent- raius . aro now vory proiniuont, tlio rich alluvial. tlafcs being covered with verdure, growing: with - great rapidity under'l he mild rays. of tho ' Greater Light,' and tho LittloiRivor steadily flowing; with water for. the -residents: CropBj with an increased area^uudc-r cultivation, are looking I well, aud gi vo pi oiniso of a .good liar veal . The workmen to bo engaged in tho oroction of. a now bridge over, tho l'ivor, are now on the groundj-andi oporafcions will very shortly couimence. Tho old structuro has for a long time boon ( in- a. very dangerous state, and what might have -proved a. serious -accident was narrowly- averted there, one night last wook; :Tho work to bo undertaken, I am told} will occupy about four months.
FARNHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
FARNHAM. (From our own correspondent;) We aro having delightfully warm days since the last welcoino fall of 'rain, but tho 'nigh ts' 'aro abnor mally cold. Tho last week' iippears to be putting all the frost that wo did not get iu the early part of the winter in a 'concentrated form- into a few nights. But in spite of tho prosence of Zero evory night, Vegetation is making a good show, and mother earth id inuuigiDg in ner spring gown ovon tnus oariy. However, there has not yet been sufficient rain to leavo tho much ueoded supply of wator. Both Stuart Town and Furnhaui aro suffering from, scarcity of water, which has almost paialysed the mining industry. The Pearoe battery, bowovor, has been ablo to keep going up to the presont, and a fairly good lot of stono has boon put through. Messrs. Sampson and Halliday, who hold a tribute in tho Goldon Gully, crushed nine tons this week for 25iozs. And this omiuontly satisfactory result would have been augmented to about 30ozs., but for tho mis...
Wellington Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Wellington Bicycle Club. A very fair numbor of enthusiastic oyolists as sembled at Simms' Royal Hotel on Thursday even ing lust, for tho purpose of forming a branch of the N.S.W. League of Wheolmen, Mr. Thomas was voted to tho chair. A motion was carried that a branch bo formed, to bo ontored under the profes sional rule, so that both amateurs and professionals ' could compote at meetings. . Tho following officers were provisionally elected :— Patron, Mr. J. Haynes, M.P. ; ? president, Mr, C. H. Barton ; vice-presidents, Messrs. Bass'stt, Simms, E. A. Smith, York, Cameron, Hyeronimus, A'Beckott, Wise, J. P. Clifford, J. D. Brown, Scott, and Chrystal ; secretary, Mi. A. Jones. It was decid cd that the member's subscription be 10/- ^or annum, payable half-yearly. The name of the club will, bo the Wellington Bicycle Club. The club Btarts with 12 members, which will bo increased next mooting to at least 30. Another meeting will be liold.on Friday next.
Convent Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Convent Dance. A danco in aid of the funds of St. Aloysius' Con vent was hold in tho Band Hall on Thursday night, and proved a succoss in every way. Wo do not know tho exact result financially, but this must have been vory satisfactory judging from the numbor of tickets sold. There were about forty.- couples pre flnnf*. find na f.tiAfinTnB wnrA uhnnf. nvnnl V rttafmhnfArl nothing was lapking in this conneotion to promote the general' harmony and enjoymont. Tho whole arrangements wore in the hands of the ladies, and could not have been better conducted, everything working with, extreme smoothness. Mesdames Connor and Fletcher were the hon.'secrotaries, and wore indefatigble in thoir efforts, and are to bo con gratulated on the way in which they worked tho affair up to a successful issue. Tho catering was undertaken by the ladies, and they served up an appetizing and creditable Bupper. Father Gell was prosont during a portion of tho evening, and looked on with evident pleasure at tho ...
Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 28. (Before Messrs. W. P. Pridham and M. Veech, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 28. (Before Messrs. W. P. Pridham and M. Vecoh, J's.P.) JamcB Rutherford, G. de V. Pilclier, John Barry, JameB Gerald Barry, and . Mary Elizabeth May Barry v. Thomas H. York. Claim to be put in possession of a tenement situate at Wellington. Information dismissed. No appearance of com plainant. £3 3s allowed defendant as professional costs. Complainant had given notice of his intention to withdraw this case, but as the notice was only given a very short time before, and as defendant had been put to considerable trouble and expense in preparing his evidence and securing his witnesses, Mr. Bassott, who appeared for Mr. York, applied for costs, which were granted as above. Poiioe v. John Gavin. Defendant was charged with using obscene lan guage in Nanima Creseent on the 16th instant, and was fined 10s and 4s lOd costs. Fine paid. Application under the Deseeted Wives and CniLDBENS' ACT. Made by Alexander Woods to vary an order made by the Wellington...
Mutual Improvement Society [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
mutual Improvement Society This society met as usual on Friday evening, Mr. Irving (yice-president) in the chair. Considerably over an hour was taken up in discussing tho proposed Progress Association. The minutes of the last two meetings were read and confirmed. Mr. Joyce was elected as member, and Messrs. Kerr and McGrath nominated for membership. Messrs. S. and A. Cureton then gave a recitation each, some little criticism followed, and tho meeting closcd. The business for next Friday will bo a mock municipal election, and as thoro are six candidates, a profitable evening should be spoilt.
Lost in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Lost in tlie Busli. ' 'Quite a sensation was causod in town lutt night when it was made known that a boy named Murphy, aged 10 or 11 years, had been lost in the hills whilst, out shooting. Ho started off with his brother-in-law G. Werner, and in somo way got lost. Searoh par ties were out all night, but were unsuccessful in their attempts to find the little wanderor. Howover, at about 9 o'olock ? this morning Serior-Sergeant Chiplin and Constable Malono found him about six miles down the Macquarie. Notwithstanding the drizzling rain that had fallon during the night, tho lad appeared not much the worso for his perilous adventuro.
Federal Voting. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Federal Voting. Tho referendum on the Amended Constitution Bill was taken in Victoria and Tasmania on Thurs day. Tho victory for the federation of Australia was enormous, as follows: — Viotobia, — Yes, 147,992 j no, 9,560. : . Tasmania. — Yes, 13,800 ; no, 800. ' Tho effect of such heavy voting will be to carry along both Queensland and West Australia; and bring them at once into Union. New Zealand will also follow. ? . ?
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
PARLIAMENT. legislative assembly. Wedkebdat, Juit 2G. IJIcnn McDonald, Copoland, Watson, Fitzpatrick, Willi', Mooro, Fogan, Donaldson, Archer, Dight, md others spoke on tho AddroPs-in-Reply, which mi erontually carricd on tho voicos. A SCENE. Mr. Aroher said ho had heard that thoro ? was- a member of tlio Houso who camo thoro with his shoot ins iron— nauchtor)— but he (Mr. Archer)., was not I going to bo terrorised ovor, ovon if tbo inombor was corered with iron. Mr. Norton : Log-irons ? Mr. Archer: You ought to be in them novr. Mr. Norton : You have had theni on. Tbo Speakor called tbo member for Northumber land to ordor, and said that if he used such language again he would order bim out of the Chamber, as luch oipreBsions would not bo tolerated. Mr. Norton : Why, did you not bear bim say (omothing about me which is untrue. I must apologise, but he drew it from mo by an insulting remark tbat you took no notice of. finflnkar waitt that tha member for Burwood *as undoubtedly referri...
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 31 July 1899
Progress Association. A considerable amount, of discussion has been evoked by tho proposal put forward by tho Mutual Improvement Society for the formation of a Progress Association for Wellington. On Friday evening tho matter was discussed vory. fully, at tlio rogular moot ing of the society. Mr. Collins moved, ' That a requisition bo prepared for nresentation to tho Mayor, asking him to convone a public meeting for tho purpose of .formiug a Progress Association — Messrs. Broom'; Rose, Irving and CollinB to prepare it,' Mr. Bergman seconded, and the motion was strongly supported by Messrs. Cureton, McGrath, Flynn, Alderman Kerr, and Rov. Father Gull. ,Mr. Flynn suggestetl^o federation of all' tho Progress Committees of tho district. The motion was carriod unanimously. Tho meeting is to be hold on Thurs day, 3rd August. Such on association is one of the best in any town, and has a greater influence on tho outsido world, and helps moro towards progress. We hopo to see a very.strong co...