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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
itltiiiag-ei'B' Xlcvoi-tH. - . . AVaehington (Feb. 1).— Since last report I lmvo finished the rise to the surface, distance 31 ft., nnd 52ft. back from tho faco.. Have made IJft. backs in driving last 52ft.-Backs at face, 48ft. Nothing fresh to report on the lode ns have not been drivingiii ItduriiiK the week. -.'? ?'' .-'. --'.,; . ;-; ?: - Oodkin Extended (Feb. l).s-Sinco last re-' port the main adit has been driven 5ft., total 018 ft. Limcstnne still about the Bamo. Have made andplaccd iu'aditfour lengths of air pipes. '-.,(? v-:-:''r -.- ?-.'?
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
SIliPPlMi. ,\:£V-;.A:riin»}iri:J3. . „ AHrnVKD. V' February 5.— Wnkdllclrl, ».».,' mi tons, AV. Tnlt, f ram Luunccston. ? « February G. — Koonyci, b.s., 80 tons,.^V.i Mnddcn, from Lnunccalon. ' '' Fobruury fi. — Flora, us., 12711 tons, .f, Y. llentlov, from Lauiiccston mill Dovonporl. February «.— AVakollcld, «.«., B!l Jons, W. Tnit,' from Stiinloy. Piissongors — Mrs. Gibson, Miss Medwln mill three others. HAILED. February 5.— AVnkellold, s.s., 5!1 tons, TO Tuit, for Stanley. Passengers — Messrs. Thompson, Sponeo, nml Thomas, February f-.— Koonyn, s.s., 80 Ions, AV. Madden, for Mncqunriu Harbour. Pus tungors — Mrs, Hansom, Messrs. ILiitton, Pcnroo, 'Thompson, Jacob*, ami Muster AV. AViseman. Kobrunry 5.— Flom, s.s., 127!l tons, J. V. Bentley, for Melbourne. Passengers — Mesdames Bowo nml Nowenhnin; Misses Patterson, IS. King, unrl IJrelicny j Messre. F. Mnokonsie, Bird, AVukoliam mul Uovs. AV. II. liowo nnd T. Ellis ; 1 sleomgo.. s f . February 8.— Whkeltolil, s.»., B8 tons, AV. Tai...
General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
1 fdCIICI'tll IlltOIIIhlHOil. : 1'OST OI'I'IOK HUG L'LATIONH. N'r.n'Hi'APiiiiH. — TiiMimiiliin m\-pi|UN iri frej within tho oilony, or In a iy Aur-t tiilinu ciil.iuy mill New Zoahiinl, If. p.ixrud within huvuii iIii.vb uflor publlcMliiin ; ovur vuven dnjv, hiilf-puiiny ouch,' 'i'nsiimiiliiii niws p;i|i.'i',s for pliice^ ontKlilo tho colunic.i, half jiuiiuy. ^eaoh ; ro-pnsteil iiitoiuiiloniiil nr forufini nuwi'pniiciv, Imlf-punny unuli \ bulk piuvulHuEiiownpnnuiw pasted by nny puhlliihur or uawHVunilnr, ./I par ib. I'osto.mtos to any nf the AiiMnilimhm colonies, ./I enah ; tr- Clruat Hrlttiiln ,\i each. Pobtaou 1'uub, — Lelleix nml pivkelH must bo prcpnld by Htiimps j those tn bo left till culled for, or forriullvory within I Iio winiu town, must bunr a puiiny stump fur every lmif-.mnuo ; iuliiiiil nud inturuolnniiil lultcif, ./2foroverv lmlf-oiinuo ; lettciKfnr Uiiitul 'Kingdom, tor uvory hiilf-onnce, ./2J by any ran I e ; imo!;c!n ncnntnliilng gol.l, .12 ]iur ciliice, ltu-diructud ...
Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
Fun and Fancy. A mnil hag — Tho cnpluro of a husband. Tho tly is a tall Inooct— Ho Btamls ovor six toot. Horn to blush iinsoan— Tho young lady of Afiicnn pnrontago, Nuw Birring droasos avo gonorally worn with nn oiiumo stop, Why is a tight boot like a warm Bummor? — ]leauiso it hastens iho growth of tho corn. It iitn't alwayB tho man who wonrs tho InrgcBl hat who knows the most, but gono mlly ho is tho man who thinks ho iloos. Do Hopo : ' Thoso girls marohtn oxoollont thno.' Lo Dloko .? ' I'as, thoy havo olooks on thoir Btooltliigs, don't you know 1' An old man wmi aBkod by a crossoxamln ing bnrriBtor to lend his oars. ' Yob, but you'io a bariistor,' said ho. ' Will you givo thorn book to mo 7' Kthol (as tho old gonUoman ontors): 'Well, papa, what is it?' Old Scroggai ' Hoio'b an umbrella I'vo bought for George. Ct looks as if it would rain boloro morning.' ' Johnny, be quiot. I want Bllonco, and must havo it I' Johnny: 'But, ma, you couldn't Iteoj) it if I gavo it to you. Tcnty cat...
CONVEYANCES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
UOXVBVAXOBS Thu mall r.-irl (I ikxn(? pM^im™*) leiiv ?« Shiuluy fur Wvn.viiiililiill.riil Hii.m, ; Uiivlnif Wynyniil ciuili ilny fur Hlnnluy lit K n.lii, Vmvh 12/. Wiseman's concliUH Inivo Wynyiinl ilnily for Ulvui-fimo,.iit K-llll ii.in,, nml 1HKI p.m., leaving lluinlu at II) n.m. and rwii) p.m. Faros — AVynynnl In Ulvuivtotio, 8/,; AVynyiinl to Iliirnii', 11/, ; Dnruio to Ulvun-lnnp, hj. A tmln leavoK lliiinioenclidiiyfor Wnmtnli nl H a.m., luliiniiiiK'fivmiAViimtali id 2 p.m. ? TniiiiH leave Ulvuntono for Liumccslun twice dully nt (I'ffll ii.in., anil Mia p.m. Noti:. — Uimcho and Tm Ins do not run ou HiiiiilayH. Thu 'I'.S.X. Co.'s Hlcaniom leave Burnio every Wudnuwliiy iiftcruoon for Mi'lhoiiiuu, lwiving Mclbniiriio overy Hntunlay for lluiiiie, mid leaviug lluinlu for Ucvonport mid Lmmct'stoii every Sunday morning, MISOKliLAKKOUS. SittingK oE thu Supremo Court In its Small UoMh jurisillctloii, for cases up to *100, will bo hold at llurnio on Jnnuary 24. April 18, August 8, Octobe...
The Thompson-Houston Electric Tram. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
The Thompson-Houston !? . Electric Tram. i A Sydney correspondent writes :? — ' I re cently hud nn opportunity of inspecting this novel and truly marvellous invention now running between AVnverley and llaudwick — fare, Id. In appearance the car is of light construction and handsome build. There is a platform and entrance nt either end; in fact, it is very similar to a Superior cable tmmcar. The novelty of tho' thing is, of course, tho electric propelling power. There stands the car upon the rails ; but' whero is the motor 1 Never mind, get in. With timid stop 1 placo my foot on the platform half expecting to get an eleetrie shock. As nothing happens I walk boldly in and take my place on tho luxuriously-upholstered scats, and before we know it we are olf. A peculiar metallic hum was perceptible with just sufficient tremor to remind us that wo were travelling along the earth and not floating through space as with a noiseless gliding motion and gentle sway tho ear sped onward propelled...
The Rev. T. Ellis. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
. Tlic ltev. V. JBUlft. ; (TO THE KDITOIl.) Sin,— In your Issue of yesterday is n para graph to the effect that ' It is almost that the Rev. T. Ellis will bo transferred to another part of tlic colonies in the course of a month.' It is rumoured hero that he is going to resign tlio ministry, nnd to remove to Zceluui in the capacity of a minor. Can you assure us that he is being transferred to another part of tho colonies by the United Free Methodist Connection as their minister, or is his transference to another part of the colonies on his own account / Yours, 4:c, AVynvahd. February i-. [Definite information on the question sub mitted by our correspondent will bo obtain able at tho termination of the sittings of tlia Annual Assembly of the Uniteil Methodist Churches of A'ictoria and Lauiiccston, to be held in Melbourne next week. — Eu. 'AV.T.']
MR. PARNELL [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
Mil. 1'AKNliLL. .' it lms been definitely stated that Mr. Piunoll will retire, fvom./liie leadership of tho Homu Rule Party (temporarily, but will ? practically, direct its policy. * Further trouble has arisen in connection wllh the Irish Piirtyrtwing to the leaders of tho Liberals and l tliu former disagreeing with reference to certain proposals con cerning the Irish Constabulary, and the settlement of .tliVlrisli'Qiicstibri.'
CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. WAll IN CENTRAL AMERICA. LONDON, FEB. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fBv suiMAiiiifH caule-i j [;?!) y; (Peh Reuter'^, Aoenov,) ., .,, AVAR IN C15NTHAL AMU1U0A. 1 london.'feb. o. ? The rumour that, war Is Imminent .between,, tho Stases of' Honduras imd'Gluatoma'la lms boeii conllnhed, and hostilities' are' oxpeoteil'- to break out at any moiiiont..7 .l,'-'r
Religions Services. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
Religious Services. The following services will be held' to morrow : — ? UNITED METHODIST FBEE CHDItClI. , Burnie— Mr. Wilson at. .11, Professor Hosking at 7. ' : Romaiues Creek — Mr. Wilson at 8. ? Stowport— Mr. Good, sen. nt 8. i1 ? ' -;.vYJ'liyal'll~1-1'ol:osso1' Hosking nt ll,i Mr. AVilson nt 7. s Cam Road— Professor Hosklngat 8. 5 Mount Hicks— Mr. Hoylo nt S. The Rev. -\V. if. llowe, of Burnio, was a passenger per I the Flora on Thureday for Melbourne. Jtr. Bowu will bo absent for two Sundays.' The object of his visit is to attend the Annual ? Assembly of the United' Methodist Free Churches of Victoria and Tasmania. The Hovi.'T.' Kills was also a. passenger. Professor llosking, of Phrenological renown, will preach a special sermon, in the Methodist Free Church, Mount-Direct, on Sunday evening (to-morrow). There will no doubt be a largo attendance to hear him, as he possesses qualities for public 'speaking of no mean order.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
crown. Land selected in any part ot tne culony,for gentlemen at a distance. ' -CHARGES MODERATE KVDGE AND HARRIS, f MAIN STREET, \,. ZEE HAN. . (K. T.' Rudoe, lato Manager of National Bank, Wynyard, Tasmania). Of.' C. IUnnis, lato of Port Piric, South ? Austrnlia, and Wynyaad Tasmania). AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION. FINANCIAL, MINING AND GENERAL AGENTS. Hotel and Business Brokers and Valuators. , Produce and Stock Sales Held Regulabmt,
Correspondence. Weight of Potatoes. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
;; Xorrt'SiMdidcuee. ~ v Wulglit of ifotntouN. ????-'''' (TO TUB KDITOK.) Sut,-^As a subscriber to our local papor If you will permit space I wish to puss a few remarks in reference to a paragiiipli appear ing In the ' Wellington Times ' a few days ago, stilting that a wngur hud been niuclu «B to the weight of one bag of small potatoes mul onu of, large onus, mid that the small potatoes wohi.'.'thc favourites.,. 1.. know that It will take twelve s ick» of small potatoes tilled extra well to turn the scale of onu ton, wlillu liugu potatoes only take elevon sacks to the ton, that, is good, sound potatoes. Peas, for instance, are much larger. than, barley In proportion, but still you can get four bushels of each in u sack and Iho former isti^ty |)oiiml».to.tliu bushel ami tlio latter Hfty,- Trusting to hear shortly who gained fhowngur. 'Vouru, Utc, Potato Ghoweii. , Iliirnlc, Feb. -1.
WIT AND hUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
WIT AND HUMOUR, Duncan : ' Ila'o yo got a liolit, Tonal ?' Donald j ' Yes, but it's ott,' A young man Is apt to atammoi' wlion ho declares his passion Somotiinoa thu pitying girl holpa him out, ami soiuotiinos it is hot- father, Says an oxnorlonoed bachelor : ' Tlio best tiling to toko whbii you go to kiss n jirotty girl— take tlmo. Tho moro you who tlio bettor sho likos it,' Wlion a My who has boon taking musio IesBons for tlio past eight years hangs biiok and blushes nuil nays hIio roally can't play, don't insist on it, Tlio ehauoos are that sho can't. 'I_ hopo you approoiato tlio fact, sir, that in marrying my daughter you marry a largo-hoarted, gonorous girl. ' I do, sir, with emotion, 'nml I hopo sho in herits tlioso qualities from hor futbor.' Tlio Into Huron Martin - was 01100 in formed by a voiy youthful solicitor's clork in cliamboi'H that ho had no povvur to mako a oortain order. ' Go and stand in the corner, sir,' said the outragud niajosty of the law, « vihilo I write it...
Penguin Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
..; Peii&iiiii Notes. (FKoar OOIt OWN COltllBSrOJfDENT/) On \Veilncsday night last the Rev. J. T. Plllimw-i-'gavo one of his popular, pictprial lectures '.pii ' Uudu Tom's Oabln' in thu ltlllo Ifnii, iiiiiiiil'of- the' new liiattiilg for the Penguin Cricket Club.'' There wiis 'a* very' poor attendance ami only £2/i/G was taken at tho door, which is a very uuiisnl tiling as the rev. gentleman's .euleitalnmentB are generally well attended. As it wns a local affair it is a pity there was not n larger number present. Mr. Pithouso will give another lecture shortly for the same object. No iloubt the cause of the poor attendance was due to the fact that there ?wen: too many entortaiments coming together. There was a very poor audience, to see the Indian Juggler last night, and tho entertain mout was not up to expectations, although some of tho tricks were very clever. ' ?VTho Penguin _? Working Mon'« Benefit Society held their annual meeting on . the, 27lh January for die' clection...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 7 February 1891
gipilititftl-Jh-evyriYcAni'Miiy ii nil Sut urtlu y W'n riiive tonpologlsu to our readers fof -t fie continual absence of a leiulini; article. M'e have hiul Muilablo mailer awaiting inrnji tlon for the hiBt three Issuus, but, owiqg tp JJio prussuia of loenl nml district noivs H'o lmvo been, conipalleil ,tq r«urrimiler jg\\r lcijiliug mtidlcsV 'J'nc/ litcreiise of neivs I&ni'Wl' (Vrti-ls of. thij Coast, .wl),ieh, wu nto.ghnl. to note, nnd for which we are greatly indebted lo our numerous correspondents, Iuih brought the necessity nt unlargllig IhuOike 6'f ':TJib AVel.' llnglon TIiiich' foiclbly ijnder the notice of tlio proprietors; Tlio -mutt or has boon fully dieeiisSLvl,. ami wo nru i;lt';iseil toKlnto llml tlio ileelsloii has been n'lilvcil nt lo enlarge ilie paper at an uarly ilute — during next monlli if possible, but lit' any enso at the commencement of (lie next quarter (April). AVe lire lmppy to wiy that increiiKed support in being received very freely from all parts ...