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LIBERAL SUPPORT PROMISED FROM ENGLAND. LONDON, SEPT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

LJBE11AL SUPPORT PROMISED KBOM ENGLAND. LONDON, SKPT, SO. A meeting of iron wrkors wns hold nt Staffordshire last night to considor what steps would bo taken with the abject of assisting tho men on strlko in Austrnlin. Resolutions were unanimously passed ex pressing sympathy ? with tho men nnd promising that the utmost possiblo assistance should bo promptly forthcoming. Sovernl oE tho lodges have cccidcd ro mnko n levy of threepence per week from each man.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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THE LABOUR DIFFICULTY. ALL UNION LABOUR IN NEW SOUTH WALKS PREPARING TO COME OUT. CONFERENCE WITH EMPLOYES. PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

THE LABOUR DIFFICULTY, ♦ ALL UNION LABOUR IN NEW SOUTH WALES TREPAHING TO COME OUT. CONFERENCE -WITH. EMPLOYERS PROBABLE. - Our Launceston correspondent wired last night:— To-day an occurrence took place on tho whnrf which led to a temporary split' amongst tho local members ol tho Wlmrf Labourers Union. It appears thnt tho con tractor for fixing the new boiler in tho Devon engaged the services of several members of tho Wharf Labourers' Union to put out tho boiler from tho Corinna, it linving been shipped by union labour nt Morts Dock, Syclnoy. Tho necessary negotiations were transacted botween tho contractor, and on bohnlf of the union by tho villgnnt ofllcor, Carney, but ns somoof tho members of tho union wero of opinion that ho had not noted in nceonlnnco with ,~ Instructions from head quarters [re vessel t belonging to tho T.S.N. Co. tho men knocked 3»; oil work. Sf~ A meeting of tho Whnrf ? Labourers' Union Kfcwns hold to-night, to consider tho above dis Kpute, when thorp was a ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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LOSS OF THE JOHN HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

LOSS OF THE JOHN HUNT. Information from Quconscllff was posted at tho Telegraph Olllco this evening, stating that tho schooner John Hunt bound from Molbourno to Lnnnceston, capsized anil sunk this afternoon live milen to the North West of tho Pile light in the West Channel. Tho crew wore picked up by the utenmer Mnitlahd and landed nt Qucenscliff. The ill-fated vessel which had a full cargo on board, recently visited Lnunccston, and after discharging, loaded potatoes at West Devonport for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

FO R B A L K— A First Class BURR'S BCSIXeSS, Comer ot Mnin mid Hall ftreots, Wnvat.h. This is a splendid chance for ii man with limited cnpitnl. The Houso contuitis Bnfccry, Shop, nnd thirteen (IS) Booms. Good JSraul nnd Svaall Goods trr.de done. The only Pie and CwTec 3hop in the dislviel'. Has wen a, st.ietly Cash twilo for t'\« i:.ti ci'-htoon (18) months. Ouly ctiiv.0 ot nelHu-; is'ill-hiviltb. Atmlly t.-- ii. BOJUEltXSON, Baker, ?\Voiatuh.

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CHAPTER II. A CHRISTMAS GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

CHAPTER II, .--.-,-? A CHRISTMAS GIFT. Ten years — long, long years— rhad passed away since the time chronicled in tho pre ceding 'chapter, and tho shrill winds were whistling Chrlstinns chimes for the first time in tbo then infant villngo of Conlboro', In tho interior of Pennsylvania. Never boforo hnd tho withered leaves of winter been chocked by huinnn habitations, ns they were whirled through thnt picturesque dnle, nnd they now appeared to give mystic Delphian utterances ore they reached the ground. Not merely announcing the presence of winter, but rustling welcomes to tho busy com munities who. were peopling the hitherto deserted solitude, and beginning to extract from beneath ita stcrilo soil 'black diamonds,' wbicli would set tho frost-ldng itt ilelii'uiuo, The cold blasts' mlglit swoop in mud ftny oVor tho plaint, or eddy through tho Btroots, or moan through the forests, yet UiOBO who could onjpy tho noulal warmth omitleil by glowing anthracite from tho newly, opened minus nt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

Sates 1»y Auction. V WI L h I A M J 0 N B B Will hold hlnnoxt Stock S»lo At Ulvoi'fltone Aliow Yards, oir TTiHMiiln.T, Oct'-Itur, 1-ft, 18W*. Kill lies to Auctioneer, or Mr. J, Slmtlon, XJkormono. For particulars of Stock we Tho Wellington Tiinei nnii Xorth-Wmt Pott. OLKAIt-OUT SALE. At WTNVAHD, on THUHSDAy, OCT. 0. .Commencing nt 1 o'clock Sharp, SW. MAKGBTTS, who has sold Wb ? . Property nml \i leaving tho district, will cull by Auction nt his residenco on tha hIjovu date— Tha wholo of his HOUSEHOLD FURNI TUItK nnd KFPKCTS. PAllTICULAnB 8II0MLY. TTliu 8-tl«l, TUB TllOnOUGHUUBD ENTIItE HORSE AUTUMN 'Will travel tills Benson from Stanley to Uncle Ilivcr, Montagu, and Detention orcry ninth or tenth dny should Biiliicicnt inducement often AUTUMN ia by Hnpldlty from Satire by Fireworks from llndinngo by Halllory (Imp). Rapidity is by Tim AVhifflor from Fly by Erobus. AUTUMN is n black horse 16} hands high, the winner of a number of races in Vierorin, in one of his recent victories curr...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

iMJiimjrorA' BSe-portii. Qcdkcn Extended (Whyto Hirer), Sept. 20,— Since my lnst I hare III, ished rcllir.ber ing the tunnel whero required, nnd it is now in good order. I linve had two men em ployed clcnrltiR tho ore pnddock, which will hold about 1,000 tons of ere. I have the chamber sot in on the Illendc lode, which is looking splendid. Five tons nnd n half of ore Iirvo boon taken out in cutting out the set, tho metal being in large blocks. The sawyers nro sawing tho timber for tho pipes.

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Extraordinarily Rich Find of Ore. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

ExirKordlnnrll.r lllcH Vina! of , ? Ore. Our Molbourno correspondent sends tho following under dnto September 'J7 : — An extraordinarily rich find nf ore hns been mndo in the Australia liroken Hill Consols mine, exceeding any thing yet found ou the P.n:Tlcr. On driving on the lodu nt tho lowest, or 2H0ft. level a vein of cro wns plruck nt lOOit. from the shaft, compvis!n-r sui[.hi(!c of silver, cblii.'idus, canary ore, ami blno and green carbonate cf comiur, tliu bulk nssay of which gnvo 8,i!s0o-:, ot silver to the ton. Th'.x bunch lms already yielded two tons of ore, containing upwards of 18,CO0o7.. of ellver, nnd this is now being boxed up for shipment to London. During the week over 20,0i)Go~'.. of silver has been irnkol.. and 2cwt. of the slult contains 2,70()or,, ot silver, it btlng almost pure unlive p.ml korn silver. One lumii wui(,l.» HOI'n., nnd it niiL'rjct cf native silver taken out weighs .18DII1. At grass lliej' hnvu over ciio ton of smalls, assaying n,BOOor.. silver tu...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

STEW* XX., BUISF. ? ? « ? Firo Brigade for Bur.iie. B.ibi band to ha forrncl fi? Burnic. Somerset Hide Club Hall elmest finished. Burnio Breakwater to be extended auoUier lOOEt. Better school accommodation wanted nt Somerset. The Launceston Post-ofllco is ready for occupation. ' Li tiie Lord Fountleroy ' being performed in Launccston. Mr. Jacobs, of Ulverstone, shot himself on Wednesday, Sept. 24. Mr. S. W. Mar-njtls.of Stanley, will shortly remove to Lnmiceston. Victorian Football premiership for 1890 won by South MellMurne. Dion Boucicault, tho celebrated actor and author, died on Sept. 19, nged 08 years. Applications invited from penons willing to become members of Ilurnic Uran Sand. Ihe Launceston Po»t-oflice took nearly five years to build, and cost about -;!',r,00. Applications for space at Tasiraisiau Ex hibition received by secretary at Launceston up to October ID. Melbourne Gas Company increased' the price of g.is to 7/0 per 1,000ft. owing to scarcity of coal. Soiith Mclbou...

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BURNIE BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

DViniC BKA9! H.UII. ? — ^ ? A meeting of tho members of the com mittee mid others Interested in the fcrmhticn of a Brass Band for Riirnio wns I.eld nt tho Town-hall on Vuenday, Sept. 23. Mr. A. K. Chapman occupied the chr.ir. The minutes of tholastcommittee meeting wore read and cor.fivmcd. A letter wns road from Messrs. Pulins nr.d Co., of Sydnuy, stnting thnt they could supply tho 13 necessary brass :n-itruinciits for £70, nr.d tho committee recommended tho purchasp of the name from tlmt firm. An opinion was expressed by tlio cV.r.lrm;»n II. at Lnglish instruments should be purchased in preference to those of foreign mr.kc. It wns proposed by Mr. U. Ilurnic, nnd sciconiicd by Mr. Oidnker, that tho committee call for applications for n bandmaster at once. — Cairicd. It was also decided that tho secretary should invite applications from r.ll peron willing to become members nf th-! band, a provi-o being added that the members' weekly subscription should 1« not nwre than 2/. j such su...

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER 1. THE END AND THE BEGINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

YOUlSra CADET; ' i on, thb 'Tiirns of Vovtiinc'a Wliocl. BY BEN. PERLBY POORE. CHAPTER 1. TUB END AND TUB BEGINNING. Merrily, merrily ponlod tlio Christmas chimes from tho bells of old-Trinity, as if to proclaim throughout tho good olty of Now ? ' Xork that' the year eighteen hundred nnd ? fifteen \v»s near itB close. In many n ? ' genial gathering wore thoso peals echoed by morry lnugutji1, and oven tho inmntcs of those gloomy gaols which then disfigured tho Park, rejoiced, for thoy know that on tho morrow their colls would bo irradiated by tho hospitable light of good cheer. Yet tho grim head of death peeps through every gnrlnnd of flowers, and in one mansion those merry chimes sounded like a funeral knell. It was ono of thoso spacious, substantial brick edifices, which yet grace tho lower 1 extremity of the 'commercial metropolis,' and whioh woro then tho abodes of thoso merchant princes who now inhabit brand nvenucs nnd high-minded streets far away. No expenso had boon spared in...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

iwraxxo ravEixiGiDici:. ; [Mining managon* are respectfully re quested to 'forward thoir report1) as curly as possible. Any items o£ news for insertion under this heading will bo thankfully re ceived.] , On September 2?, nt Peuculn, tho pro moters of the Trinl Klnt Tin Min?, nfc Hr.irp shin; Hills, -.jcoplcd (he tender of Messrs.. Irvine and Hsnnsworch, for cutting a trial nice on'tho property, nt £Sl/10/0. it is gra tifying to lenra that splemUd tiu hns bean found on the claim, nnd that tho mine will shortly bo worked with paying results. This promoters nro to bo commended for their perseverance in the matter, nnd wo trust that in tho near future the mine will turn out am successful as anticipated. * Wo nnili-rstnnA thnt tho Neptune Silver Mine, situated on the main roml between Pen-ruin mid Ulverstone, which has been in a state of idleness for about IS nmntlis. will shortly show si-ms of activity. Thudnim has been visited by nn export, who coti'iders tho show equal to anything in ...

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The Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

*tDlie liuiiifvy. An inquiry ir.to tho u-nise ot the fire was hoM nfc Hi' norrfc . llnnro O't Thit-rilnT, S-i.'imb.'r 2.1, bi_-r.ir«» .'!-. A. '?'. C'vv ?nivj, cjruner, and a ]\ny of seven. Xlio jury ojn Hlstod of Messrs. T. Wisomivn (foreman), 0. Anderson, A Stiitterd,. A\r Powull, J. Koll, E. 11. EviiiiMjiimlll. Alton. Mr. Cribp watched tho ease on behalf of Mi', llenciicks. Mr. Millor and Mr. Smithies woro prosont iu tho Interest of tho South Urltlsh li'lro Insurance Company.' fjiipqiliitciidciit Normoylo conduotcd tho oxnminiillou. Mr. lloatwright tho ownor of tho property destroyed whs also present. ?'?' Tho jury havinjf viewed tho accne of tho fire tho examination of witnesses wn9 com menced. E, J, Pnton was tho first witness called, nnd the most Important pnrl. of his evidence was to tho olTcet that on tho evening of Sfondny, Huiitimiljer 2a, not bolng well ho left his sloio about. (1 o'clock giving instruc tions to tliu bny ho left i)i ohnrgd to look lip the shop later, nnd ...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION to Zeehan [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

llA.-IX.lVA.Tir 13X»13SrSlO!»I ' ' ' ' 'to Kcelmn. ' , Tho following cori'csiiouilcnco hns tnkon place bctwoen tho mnnngor of tho V.D.L. Co., nnd tho Minister for Lands nnd Works :— Emu Bay nnd Mount lllsohoff Hallway Company Limited. Biirnlo,Juno21,1800:f '? To tho lion, tho Minister of Lands and' '.'!. ?--'-? Works. - . ?--?- Sir, — By onlor o£ my dircctoro I Imvq the honour to iiiqulro wliethor the Govern ment will griMit this Oo.apnny tho T.eoea tftry inLd for tho coiialruaUun oE a nitlwr.y,; ultlior from Wnrairih on the boundary of the Surrey IH1U to Mounts Zcelmn, cither I'M tho why to or Jloiulowood Rlvoru, or in indirect n lino as enri bo prooureil, wllh a branch to tho'M'hyta nnd Ilcailewood, together wllh Si.cli luml ns may bo required for Intel medlalo and terminal ctnliona. In nmUIng this r.ppl'.cnt Ion, I l»3g to poiut out Hint such railway would bo r.f very urer.t sarvicu to tho Mount Zeehan, Wnyto, nr.d UcaKlewLcd silvcr-lleldK, Ah to the foriuqr It would supply n roi...

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LAUNCESTON. Tuesday, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

.; ;v . ' liiiUNOliSTON.'. (pjioit onn own oqiuiesi'ondbn'b.) 'i'uesdny, Bont. 110. Operations in connection with tho con Htruotlon ot tho now railway whart lmvo been oommoncod. Tho existing bank will bo out nwny for about 80ft. nml closed piled, nnd u now wharf 2uO_(t. long will bo made - This will bo the commencement of n gcneml plan. of wharf ago, iinprovcmimtH nlong the Esplnnndo. \ylt is proponed to extend the ?'- whnrf ?ftom'tfio'Tnmnr llrlilgo to tho ferry, n. dlslnuco of UOOft., niuV evory ynnl of It will bu oloso-plled, and when IIii'h completed our harbour will boconsldombly improved in ovory po»8lblo way. ? ? A six days' go-nB-you-pleaso commonoed on Monday, ticptcmber 22, wns concluded on Batunlay last, result Inn in a win for Hack ford whoso record for tho 72 hours was II7JI miles 14 laps. Tills Ih snld to bu eight miles bottor thun Raynor's Australian record (80S miles.) llondcrfcou, was hccouiI with 2li0 miles !1 laps, Hay nor, who also Htnrled, retired when lie had c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

} VIM Artist — 'I received a magnificent tribute to my oklll Uie other cloy nt tlio ex hibitinn.' ' Second Artist— ' Indeed I what was it?' First Artist — 'You know my picture, 'A Storm nt Sen?1 Well, a man mid his wife were viewing it and I over heard the fellow say, ' Comonwny, my ilear, that picture mnkes mo sick.' ' ? I . ItiiBincMg TToticeM. 'THE WELLINGTON TIMES,' ; Published ? overy WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Contains the latest mnrkct quotntlons from reliable sources ; nil the news of the Const, nntl general news of tlio Colony nnd nil parts of the world. : Correspondents wanted in every district. Invalunblo to residents on the Const and elsewhere. All elnssos o£ printing uridotnkon nt the shortest notice, nml executed with neatness nnd promptitude. Your influence nnd support solicited. Hcnd Office — Botixie, Emu Bay, HARRIS nnd Co., PuoraiETOBB. TlioWELijlNOTONTIMfflS Published ovory WEDNESDAY nml SATUHDAY, In the intorost of the North West Const. Circulates extensively in Mon...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

Births, Marriages, Deaths. DEATH.                   JONES. — On the 26th Sept., at Launceston, Jane, relict of the late Thomas Jones, in the 54th year of her age. Deeply re- gretted.                    

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WARATA[?] NOTES. TUESDAY, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

WARATAH NOTES.             (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) , Tuesday, Sept. 30.     I cannot commence my first letter other wise than by thanking you on behalf of the residents of Waratah, Whyte River, Heazle wood, and the survrounding country, for your enterprise in establishing The Wellington         Times in the interests of those residing in the above-mentioned places, and the North West Coast generally. I am sure I am only re-echoeing the sentiments of everyone in wishing you every success in your venture ; and that you can rely upon liberal support   from this part of the country, equally in the matter of subscribers, advertisements, and job printing. It will be recognised by n:l thnt they must dorivu considerable advantage Ijy Eiipiioitlng the Tfmc*. For one renton, llicj' will guc the general items of news on ycur ...

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

A disastrous fire occured at Burnie on the night of Monday, September 22, resulting in the total destruction of valuable property known as Marine Terrace, adjoining the Post and Telegraph Office, and owned by   Mr. A. Boatwright of Latrobe. The build ings destroyed consisted of one dwelling house and two shops, and were occupied by -   Mr. Paton, carrying on business as a general storekeeper ; Mr. Ryan, hairdresser, who occupied the dwelling-house, and carried on his business in an adjoiningsttreet ; and Mr.   Laidlaw, butcher.       At about 9 p.m. an alarm was given and   immediately afterwards the fire was observed   in Mr. Paton's shop at the side of the build ing adjoining Mr. Ryan's. In a very short time the flames burst through the roof and spread rapidly over the three buildings. A moderate easterly wind was blowing at the time which aided the flames in their work of destr...

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