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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

/.R SHIPPING. ARRIVED . February 7.— Cambria, b.b., 50 tons,-^,' Houso, fram liauncostou. ' Fobruary B.— Flinders, s.b., »18 tons, J. V. Bontloy, from Melbourne. Pnssoiigors : ?xt.. n.wl 'M\-* Knwmv. Dr. mill MI'S. J'jbrO, lilt. IWItt *'».U. Wl.TI.-^t ? ? - ? ? ^ ? Sir. ?and Mrs, Lo Soivol ; Mosdnmes Heath, Caldor, Roberts, Klleinreok. and children C8V, Brown nud child, Scott, Osmout, Kills anil child, and Gatoly ; Misses Moun, Wnlkor, Colo, Nlohols, Judge, and Skinner j Mosul's. RlohaiilB, Byors, Smith, Boor, Lsufo, Whito, Ronnard, Edwards, Hawkes, Wallace, Leo, Dodgson, .P.- Novell, Decker, Syltes, Wilton, lir W. Mnckenssio, H, Mnokonxio, Grlco, and Holroyd'; and IB in the steerage. Fobruary 7.— Koonyn, b.b., 80 tons, W. Madden, from Mncquarlo Harbour. Fobruary I).— Star, b.s., 40 tons, W. Holy man, jun,, from Launceston. February 10.— Star, s.b,, 4!) tons, W, Holy lnan, jun., from Table Capo. February 10— Welcome Home, ketch, 2!) tons, W. Smith, from Table Cape. SAILED. February ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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"CONVEYANCES." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

'; i-'/n.'CONV|«V'A'yP01W''' Tim ii|ii1l tel W (I; tUin^'pt^rtlltaji'x) luav-n Stanley f.W Wvnynrd ilnily lit 8!il]hi. ; leaving Wynyiltxl.jjlfliqll i tliJJi if'!|)Vi Wtiiyloy,; itt H u.in. Karos 12/. ;,(,„,, | ,?„; !.m||,..i.i ,-'r Wlsuiimii's cp/ic1|Oi- i)(ia,Y%,'i)V};!iyanl dully for Ulvoi'stoup,,,|vtjJK-|iO,ii^iu»)Hii| H-UO p.m., leaving llnnito at 10' a,in.' (imil fi-HO p.ni, Kai^H— Wynyiihl to Ulveiwtoiie;8M'(Wynyiii'il to Hiii'iiluj'll/; ; Burnib'to'Ulvoi'iitbiie, 0/, ?' A tmln leaves BHriiluoaolidiiyfoVWanitiili at 8 M.iii.i l'utm'nlng from Winiitah nt 2 p.m. Trains lcavei UlYeiDtpuq for .Lanncestou twice dally at^O'ljO a;'m,, iiima;Hr,ip.iii. Notk, — C(iaclics,and Trlfji'iijdo.npt run on Sundays,, i. , ,..' ? '? i ? --'t'i' ' Tho'T.S.N, do.'B'sieiimors'lenvo llurnlo every Wednesday afternoon for- Melbourne, leaving Melbourne., ovary- Saturday for Buriiic, mid leaving llmulp for Dovonport and LaiiiicQstoii every Sunday morning. ? , MISCELLANEOUS, i Sittings' of tho Supreme C...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

1, flails,, close, at jBurnio. for Laimcestbu,1 at !W5 a.m., and 5 p.m.'; for'.Wara.tiili'/bjico . ally, 'at i 7-15 a.m. ; for1 Wynyard,' twico daily,nt !l'80 p.m., and 8 p.m.:; : for; Stanley once daily, nt8 p.m. Mnlls close at Wynyanl forBumie, Launccstan, Hobart, and inter-' veiling places, twico ilnily, at 8a.m.'aud 8 pini.'j for Stanley onco daily at 8 p.m: I -,??. . ,;Mails,,oloBo.,a.t,;,,!itanloy.,for Wynyilnl, Burnlo, Lauucestbn,'and Hobart, oiice daily, ,7 a'aii'.1'''1 '.;''?''' ' ' ? :;-;'' ;' !??' ] ''? ? ' ' Mails ' clo's(!'(at 'Wamtalt'foriBurnie,'ioiioe ily, at d:15ipvm..|!i(tt Zcohau.iDuuilas^ and TluiiWlli.VK/.aiiliyuIlii\lipiil!Jll»; ?. Tliu iniiil for Ilobji|'t..'|lu!iui at lliirnle i.t n»4.-. H in iiiiiiv.' - ?

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

Mining Intelligence, ? Wo stated recently that upwards of 17,000 shares had been applied for in Tasmania in the Smith and Bell Rewanl S.M. Company, and that it was tho Intention of the pro moters to allot only 10,000 In this colony. Captain Win, Jones wrote to Melbourno to omlcnvour to linvo more shares reserved for Tasmania. Ho has received a reply from Mr. R. T. Moore, stating that, whilo the promoters have boon delighted to heiir that tho claim is so highly though of in Tasmania, they, can only nllow another (1000 shares for 'this colony, making 1(1,000 in all. The lottor concludes .by expressing the wish that Captain Jones will endeavour to mako room for all applicants, as it is impossible to get moro Bharcs. Tho notioo of registration of the company has not. yet appeared, In anothor column intending shareholders aro requested to send in the amount of tho application fee (»/. por share) ,tp Capt. Win, Jones, ftt once. Wo understand that tho promoters are endeavouring to secure t...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Cricket. RURNIE V. SOUTH BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

Cricket. RUflNiB fV. ?SOUIBLjBURNiE. -The' first 'match- played by'tihb newly formed South Burnie Cricket Club took place on Saturday lost, when they .met the Bumle Cricket Club , on .the Recreation Ground' and ? succeeded in . gaining a . good victory. Owing. tot some of, tho.plnycrs not being present . the' teams played ten men nsido, anil in. the second innings' of the' Burnie club .they were minus the services of Mr. Tracoy, owing to injury rccolvcd in the first innings. It must- be admitted that the Burnie Cricket Club did not have anything llko their strongest team-in the field, but nt the samo time their opponents -scored a good victory, for which thoy deserve.cvory credit. The scores were— Burnie, 32 and; 88, total 70 ; South lltirnie, 39 and ns.jwithout the loss of n wicket, lcavlng-thcmiwinnors by 2 .runs and 8, wickets, 'i^or .J)urntg.,'ouly one. batsman succeeded in getting double figures, viz., Edgar, who put .together 18.. In the second innings, by good cricket, going ...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

SInniiiroi'N' nuiiortN. - I-Icnxlawood Silver Lead Mining Company, Limited, Kebuary 7. — During the past fort night No. !1 adit lias been extended Oft., making tho total length SOaf t. The. chamber around the bottom of the main shaft is finished nnd the Bhnft sunk lift, making its total depth 70ft. The lodo formation in the faco of No. II adit is about 8ft, wide and carries ono vsiti of rather poor class ore, 10 inches wide i also several other small veins from half-Inch up to one-Inch wide nf the same quality ore. I discovered the outcrop of n lode about B chains from tho N.E. comer of («nd on) section No. 11)10, on the 2nd Inst,, which In future 'I will refer to ns tho eastern lodo. , Prospecting operations wore started on It tho noxt day with tho result that at present it is. uiicovored to a width of r»2ft.| i nnd only ono side of It yet found. The gaiiguo of this lode appears to 1)0 a ? mixture of carbonate of ' iron,'' lime, and silica, with galena and zinc blende, Idiss'omlhat...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

NEW SOUTH WAXES. ?' - ? Dhokkx Hill, Tuesday. ? A light to n finish between Jim Burgc and Jimmy Murphy, for a purse of 200 sovs,, came off last night, and resulted in a win 'for Burgc after nine ami a half rounds of haul fighting. ?

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

QUEENSLAND. BniSBANE, Tuesday. Serious -trouble is anticipated in this colony by the Union shearers, owing to the threatened importation- of free laboran, A number of police arc' being sent inland. , .

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A FEROCIOUS BULLDOG. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

A FEROCIOUS BULLDOG. n Mail news from America states UinVtht Boston doctor, Galvin, has obtained TOO dollars damages for -injuries 'received under remarkable circumstances, llo attended Mr* 1'arkcr, a restaurant keeper, iu her confine ment, and luiu the 'baby' upon tho bed while some offices were performed(for the mother! Suddenly from tho corner 'o£ the room sprang out n large bulldog, lie Reaped upjm the bed and attempted ti- seize. the Indie. The doctor sprang to the child's defence, itiid placed It in tho 'arms' of the nurso. Then the animal ''attacked the 'woman, ' and attempted to tear the child from her amis. Again Dr. OSalvln iiiterfoned, nnd succeeded in pushing the 'woman from the room. The dog then assailed him furiously, sending Ills fangB deep into tho forearm. The doctor fought for his life, nnd the brute bore him to tho floor, tearing the flesh of (lie nrm and of the thigh In the most terrible manner.* Over and over rolled dog and man, until tlio man finally conquered...

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HOBART. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

HOUAKT. Tuesday uiglit. Tho intercolonial mall service tenders aro still unsettled. ?-Further meetings of tho Cabinet have been held without arriving nt a decision.' In nil probability the Treasurer will go to Victoria to further confer with {ho Posmastcr-General of that colony on tho Subject ;..;. , .. __. , . r:-_.. ':',;'& notice to owners of :. saw-mills from tlie Public Works Department with reference .to the question of sending Tasmanian hnrd wood sleepers to Egypt, asking for opinions on the subject. Tho 'Government of Egypt hnvo offered to purchase 1000 hardwood sleepers at 5/2} each, TELEonAi-Hio Communication. — The work of erecting the additional wlro from Launceston to Wnrntnh wns completed on Saturday last, and arrangements aro being made to fit up new instruments nml bring tho lino into use ns early as possible. Business people nud others may therefore reasonably expect that the very unsntis factory state of affairs which has existed for some time past in conne...

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GOOD MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

GOOD MAXIMS. Never bo idle. j When your hands are not usefully em ployed, attend to tho cultivation of your mind. . Always speak tho truth. | Keep good company or none at all. ' Make few promisos. : Live up to your engagements. j When you speak to a person, look in bit face, Good company and excellent conversation are the Binows of virtue. Good oharaoter is above evorythine else in the world. What pen ought never to bo used for writ ing? A sheep pen. j Why is a fish-hook like the letter P? It will make an eel feel. j What is tho difference between Charon's boat and tho oldest hon in 'oxistenoe? The ono is a foul old wherry and the other a worry old fowl.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

TASIPNIAN NEWS. [Br Electric TELEanAPJi.J , LAUXCESTOiV. . Tuesday nicht. The annual T.T.C. races, to be, held at Mowbmy to-morrow and Thursday, promise to bo very successful. A largo number of visitors to Hobart have remained for this Launeeston meeting, and a great. many visitors arrived to-day from outlying country districts and the N.W. Coast. The City Council have decided to complete the Albert-hnll, or Exhibition Building, at a cost of £2800. ? ' ? [Our usual mining quotations did not como to 'hand lust night.] -

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THE M.P. WITH THE LARGEST INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

THE M.P. WITH THE LARGEST INCOME. This is said to bo Mr. Isaac Holden, JI;P. for the Kclgliley Division of Yorkshire. Mr Holdeii.bf-g»n life poor enough. Though lie is Yorkshire by origin; ho was born jln j.-uisii!y. lie oegim mo as a. eciiooi master, and, tliougli few. people, know it, it is to his inventive genius that the world owes the lueifer mnteh. It was while giving iristruc-' tiontohis pupils in clicinlstry tlmt lie dis covered :- tho' principle ' which underlies- the lueifer. put of this great invention Mr Holdcn made no money. Later on ho became a bookkeeper,' niid It wns while thus employed that ho first began to devote his mind to the study of machinery for the carding, of wool, with tlio result tlmt lie invented a machine which rcvulutioncd tho whole system 'of wobl-carding,'and'in tlmt why revolutionised the whole manufacturing history of 'England and '/the ' world!' ? .Possessed ,','of '.the ', patent rlgiits in these valuable machines,, fortune poured in upon Mr Hol...

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FISHING IN THE SEINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

FISHING IN THE SEINE. . . This anolent story, by Adelina V. Pond, Is 800 years old^and. to Bee it set out with rare piotures my young friends cannot do better than set a oeen at -? St. Ninhnlon' tAr' July last. Sing a song of angle-worms, pockets fall of r»in,. ..-.,. : ? . . ? ... | Tout and-twenty fishermen a-fishing in -the Seines | If the Seine bad any fish, and they began t« bite { Wouldn't all those fishermen be in a pretty fright f t : I asked an ancient appleman, who Bat bi bind his stand, ; How long thought he it neods mutt bo before some fish they'd land. i 'Good sir,' replied the anoient man, and t. i wiped a tear away, ;. ? :{ . I. 'Belike In half-a-hundred year, if you'havi time 'to stay 1' ' * j. Jost then the strangest thing occurred that ever heart could wish, j The fattest of the fishermen declared he »feit ; 'afishl .; .',... | i And many scoffed thereat, but ho' continued to be firm- , . , '-.,'' i In stating that a goodly fish did nibble at mo norm. ? ..-.- ? ?- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

Auction*!. '??'?' 'WYNDYARD STOCK SALE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. WM. JONKS will hold a Silo of StJuk at his yards Wynynrd, on tho above date Entries to the Auction ci, Bur lie, oi to Mr. J. Dfivles, Wynynnl. ULVEKSTONE STOCK SALE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G. WM. JONES will hold a Sale of Stock at his yards, Ulverstone, on tha nbove date. Entries to tho Auctioneer, Burnie, or to Mr. J. Stra'tton, Ulverstone. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. HRIVETT CAltNAC will soil at Mr. ? Jones' ynnU, Sinithton', on tho abave date at 1 o'clock sharp. , 10 head mixed J-jT.-old steers and hellers ' ' ? .1 calves ..:?-,?_? - ? ..'? ?.-' ? il-yr.-old dmnglit colt (handled) ?l-yr.-old black filly, good in saddle nnd harness B-yr.-old black draught horse, good In harness 2-yr.-old chestnut hnck mare 2-yr.-old filly by Castle Hill, broken to saddle , 7-yr.-old black mare (Van Tromp) fpnl by King Arthur 1 chestnut hack marc, good in harness 1 black draught hone (good) 1 hack and harness horse suitable for packing 1 sot o...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

Published Jicery Wednesday and Saturday. WJiDKESBAY, lWimUAllY 11, 1801. Tub export business In produce with the West Coast continues very active ob there is still a large demand for rjotntoes, chuff, oats, bacon, butter, nml eggs. And with the in creasing population the demand will also be greater. By the Cambria, which arrived from Launceston'ou Saturday night, on route for Macquario Harbour, a large quantity of produce was shipped from this port, the con signments which had boon waiting for two or three weeks being cleared up. It is to be hoped that an effort will bo made by the U.S.S. Co. to run their coast cargo-carrying steamer in future so that each port may be visited every week, instead of allowing stuff to accumulate, as has been the case in the past. What shippers want is prompt des patch, in order that they may execute their orders to time, and if this he obtained there is not the slightest doubt that a very large trade will be worked up with the Silver Fields, proving b...

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Wynyard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

Wyiiyartl Notes. (FROM OUR OWN OOKItESPONDENT). By far the largest gnthoring that hns over assembled in tho locnl Town-hall greeted the ro-nppenrnnco of tho talented Pnyno family, nftor nn nbsencj of 20 months,' on .Siturdny; night Inst. The lml 1 wns not only full, but; literally packed, nnd thnt word ' packed 'is not sufficiently oxprcssive to convey n correct Idea of the audience that squeezed nnd huddled together to hear the pleasing melody, nnd npprcclnte the hnrmony of such a musical combination, Long before the time for commencing the performance the ball was taxed to its utmost cnpnelty. Kully ?100 perrons were present. If the Pnyno fnmlly ngnin visit Wynynrd I beg to suggest for their benefit, and that of the 'crowd' who will be suro to. assemble, thnt the Sknting Rink will he much more suitable for such an entertainment. The ; committee cf tho Town Hall will bo doing a gracious and necessary net by Jm provihg:thd ventilation of that- building^ either by causing the windows...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

?INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, ' ? ? [Bv Subsiabine Cable.] ', O'KOJt OUK OWN OOllllEBPONDBNTS.) VICTORIA. Medbouknb, Tuesday. Destructive fires have been raging in the, ?country districts during the last . few days, ?The weather has been very hot. j- The Postmaster-General has received the heads of the proposed cable . agreement in reference to tho reduction of cable, rates, ?He will submit them to the forthcoming 1'ostnl Conference, and if 'agreed to the re jductipn will- come into .force on the 1st ?April;, v;,;..... ?.,: : „ .. . . ;.,:. „ ., 1 1 : ? In connection - with the . fire at , the luggage room.of Uie-.Sponcor-strcet .Railway Station on Sunday, thpi. department has received claims from persons who hud luggage des troyed nmounting to close upon £4000. ' Proceedings for a breach of promise of marriage have been, commenced by a young woman named Elizabeth Lamont, ngainst .Frederick . Lothor, licensed , victualler. The plaintiff claims £1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

W|»cci;tl AjlvcvtiNunittiitK. £ \U K EN'S OK A M M Alt SCHO OL. W EMU BAY. Pmncipai, :—J. HAJIII/rOK IIOYCK, Certificated Trnineil Teacher, Melbourne University ; Certificated Tcnclier, Drawing. Drill, Gymnastics. Senior Lmly Assistant : — MissE.Ovehell ScniorLocal Examination Cambridge, College o£ Preceptore, London. Junior Lady Assistant : — JIiss J[. BnowN, Melbourne University. The course of instruction includes English in nil its branches, Latin, French, Maths matlcs, &c. Prospectns and terms on appli cation to the Principal. JIAXK OF VAI MliMEJ'lil KAXD, jLilllitciI. A. BRANCH of thin Bank is NOW OPEN nt BURNIE, Emu Boj, under the manngc mtn-kof Mb. A. H, W unisox. rr o bhowne, Manager, V« Wynynril sWwci'lWf?^ li'y'S^teWbmnnVynyiu'cniie Informed that nimngpijonljsiliavo been made by which thoir papojVfli'o'ijdrwardcd early pnjtlio nioriiliig ?oil eii^.iii^p.-%a.iiliOuUl..buxr|!eeivcd from/ flio^bit Oillco by the II ovclouU delivery,-!^ Subscribers arc requested to coin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 February 1891

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