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Whyte River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

Wliyttt Hlver Illicit, From our Whyto River correspondent wo learn that the tramway from Godklus mine to tho Whyto Brldgo Is now being used ami in working very well. Two tons of oro can bo drawn uloiin thu line bv ouo homo, and ore 1b now being carted out. Many thought that tho lino would bo too light for this work, but it hns proved to' bo in every way suitable. The company will shortly call for tenders for constructing a tramway from the Whyto Bridge to Wamtah, n distance of It) miles. ' Thu Godkin Co. also intend to claim tho bonus recently offered by tho V.D.L. Co. to thu niiuo which sent thu Urst 100 tons of sllvor oro from Wamtah to Burulo by mil. A murt is to be made carting the ore to Wamtah in a few days. The formal opening of tho tramway will take place on Saturday,: when tho Minister of Lands and Works will bo present besides a lnrgo number of other gentlemen. Tlio Godkin Compnny are to bo congratulated for their enterprise in developing their mine entirely from their own...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Smith Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

The Smith Relief Fund. Wo have recoived''tiie' following eub Hcriptions in aid of the widow and 'children of the , lute Mr. . C. Smith,' -who wa» accidentally killed by a gun ? [shot, .\'at ''.'.'. Hampshire, on -February 7. : — Mr. Puyuo (Payne Family) ..;. 1 o' 0 ] Subscriptions of any amounts aro solioited md will bo added lo the listas recoived; Mr. B. M'ICommV Blythe (late, Grass- ' lopper), ran iu the Mowbray. Hurdles at jiuinceston on Wednesday, . but ? nnl«hed ibout last;, ' ?

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

TASHANIAN WL [By Eleotjuo Tei,egkaph.J LAIMESTOX. Fridav nicrht. The annual T.T.C. Summer Meeting is now nu event o£ tho past. Tlu gathering of 1891 has been one of tho most shccjh iful yet held. The weather wits lino un both days, the attendance being very large. The Governor was nnioitffst thoso nnue'ut! The nr)nnl«iil' event of the first day, the Launceston Cup,' wns won by Mr. .. Agnew's Dundas, Mr. J. M'Clutchtiy's Dick'' Tin pin being second. Tho piincipal event of yesteiduy, tlio Steeple chase, was robbed of all interest, as it was a walk over for Mr Powell's Ouida. The racing was very good both days. Tho settling up took place to-day. It was ttated that the meeting was a financial success, and: it lias been proposed to hold a three days' meet ? next year with six events' on each day. Comets have fallen in price, to-days quo tations being b 12/., s 14/. Nochangei of any consequence in other stocks. '

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

Mining Intelligence, Caiitiiln. .laniL's 1'iitturiioii, manager of thu ITonzlowood Oliver J.unil Mining Compimy, lias furnished us with thu result of llio assay of surfaco oro from tho recently discovered lodo on tho company's pi-oirrty ; — Silver, 4iioz. iidwt. ii (,'iiuim j luuil, .'!«?[ por cent, Mr. W, Jonklii, thu iissnyor, remarks, 'by cnroful dressing thu yiulil of this o«i could bo doubled, botli for silver ami lead,' In consequence of thu ruxult of thu assay shares have considerable hardoued in price, and wo heard yesterday of buyers offering 7/(1. As It is generally thought that better oru will be obtained us thu lmlc isopuncdout,holdun- of Htoolc will not null at present. ~ A pnrty of prospectem recontly loft Scottwlalo for Keeliau, . anil travellud tin OhudlclRh. . They were 18 days on tho journey 1' They could linvo renuhed Zeohan in half tho tiine if they had gone by way of Burnlu and AVamtah.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS; [By Submarine Cable.! (1'iioir otm own cohuuspondunts.) VICTOUIA. Melbourne, Friday. By the R.M.S. Arcadiu, which has arrived - at Albany, tho Hon. Alfred Dsakln, of Victoria, is a passenger. He will thus arrive iu time to attend tho. Federal Con vention in Sydney on the 2nd March. A dissaptcd looking ami was to-day scntonteuccd to twelve months; hard labour for indecent exposure at Port Melbourne. Tho case against Beaumont for obtaining jewellery valued nt £200; by false pretences from n jeweler was heard to-day. The prisoner was committed for trial. ? .

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MARRIAGE WITH DECEASED WIFES SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

MARRIAGE (W1TII VKCEASKD WIKiSS ' ' SISTER. Tho second rending of the bill rendering marringo with o deceased wlfcs sister legal hns been passed iu the House of. Commons ? by a majority of HO. ? It is generally expected that the House of Lords will agaiu reject the bill.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

UUEENSLAND. iBribbaxe, Friday. At Cairns the Uaron river is very high. Trains are unable to cross at Normanton ; owing to the flood water rising a. anmbcr of cattle were washed down-the Flinders river.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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OIL MARKS ON WALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

OIL MARKS ON WALLS. Housekeepers are frequently annoyed by oil-marks on papered walls against which thoughtless persons havo laid their heads Theso unsightly spots may bo re moved by making a paste of cold water ana pipo-ciay or luller s eartu, ana laying it on tho surface without rubbing it on, olso tho pattern of tho paper will bo in urod. Leave tho paste on all night. In tho morning it can bobruBhod off, and the spot will have disappeared; but a renewal of tho operation may be necessary if the oil-mark is old. The experiment will bo- likely to result most satisfactorily on plain papers, or thoso with tho least number of coloured figures. What oity is drawn more frequently than any other ? Cork. What is worse than raining cats and dogs ? Hailing omnibuses. Did you over notico that if you go into an office where the man is on the street talking politics all tho timo ho isn't in bod, you will always see a framed chromo hanging up over tho desk, ' Timo is Monoy.'

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES.,' Sydney. Fridav. Atthe:Postal Conference which jneets hero du 'tho 20th ihst., the question of sending n delegate from Australia to represent all tho colonies, to the Universal' Postal Union, which1 meets! iu Paris in May next, will bo discussed. An effort will also be made to bring about a uniformity of Postal nnd Tele graph charges throughout the colonies.

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

MAILNOTICES Mails close at Itiirnic for Lauuccston, nt l)'±« a.m.', nnd u p.m. ; for Wnmrnh, once daily, at 7-1B n.in. ; for 'Wyiiynrd, twice daily, at 8-:iO p.m., nnil 8 p.m. ,? for Stanley onco daily, ntSp.m. Mails close at Wynynnl for Uuraie, Lnuncestbn, Hobart, nnd, inter vening places, ; twice daily, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. ; for Stanley onco daily nt 8 p.m. Mails close at Stanley for Wynynrd, Buniio, Launceston, and Hobart, onoo daily, nt 7n.m. '-.?-.? Mails close at Waratali for. Bumie, 'once ally, at 1-16 p.m. ; for Zechnn, Duudns, aud lilnccs t-n mull',, tlirlcu, woukly, .nicfdnvj', I'liiirmhi.vK, imil Hutiii'iliiyHiit 12, f: Mi; Thu iiiiiit' for llubiiit cluscs nt llurnle -t liM.'i ii. in. ilnil.v. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

]|llNln«NM IVOtlCeM. Your Toilet Is incomplete without a bottle of- Aycr's HnirVi-ror. To preserve the colour, lii'Hut.r, nnil almnilnncc of the hnir, — to free the scalp from troublesome humours, scurf, anil diuidruff, — to restore faded, thin, or gray hair to is former colour nnd fullness, — to promote n new nnd luxuri ant growth,— -ami to impart to the hair a silken texture and n lasting and delicate fragrance, no other preparation of the kind approaches Aycr's Hnir Vigor. Suited nlike to the ? : i\E£D8 of both sexes, it is considered ' queen of the toilet' by the nrintocrncy of nil lnmls. Ayer's Hair Vigor gives to the whiskers, beard, nud moustache that softness nnd gloss so much ndinircd by the ladies, nnd though before the public over thirty years, it is still the most noiMllni' and tunhlonnblo {(resstnjr fii the mnrkct, being in greater demand than nil other similar .preparations :ombincd. ? .Clcnn, snfc, inexpensive j put up In strong, convenient, nnd handsome bottles, nt o...

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CONVEYANOES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

COXVBVANOKS' Th) mail cjirt (t ilsmiif pi'Riiigom) luav-s Stnnluy fur Wyiiyiuil dally nt Ha.m. ; lvnvlu^ Wynynril cnoli day fur Stimluy at 8 n.in. Kiiros 12/. ; :. . . ' Wlseiimn's cimoliiM leave Wytiynnl'.itiilly tor uiviu'xtnnu, nr. h-i.ii a.m., anil ii'i.n p.m., luivlug lllmilu at 10 a.m. itml iWift p.m. Kiircs— Wynyiml to Ulvei'jit(ilie,8/.j Wynynnl to iluniie, H/, j lliiiiilo to Ulvcrstonc, »/, A train leaves Uurnfu unch dny for Waralnh nt 8 a.m., returning from Wnrntnh nt 2 p.m. Trains luuvu Ulvunitono for .Liumccston twicu daily nt O'llO a.m., nnd l'itn p.m. Notk. — ConcliUH nud Trains do not run on Nimiliiyx. ? , ....;..; The T.S.N. Oo.'h Hlenmcii) ' lcavo lttirnlo every Wednesday afternoon for Miilbournc, leaving Melbourne ovory Snturdny for lliirnic, nud lunvlng lliiruie for Dcvonpoil nud Lniiiiccstou uvory Siiiulny morning, ? MISCELLANEOUS. ' r : Kltttngn ol tnu supreme Unurt in it« Small Debts jurisdiction, for cnscs up to £100. will he belli at Iturnie on Jnmmry 21. Apr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

In Memoriam. In loving remembrance of our darling son Archer David Lampb, who departed this life January 28, 1891, aged seven months. Oh, the absent are the dearest For a mother and a father's loving heart ; And the depth of our affections Are not known until we part.   Angels in their starry home Called the gem we could not keep ; There he waits until we come : Our darling son has fell asleep. —Inserted by his loving father and mother,   A. and M. Whitechurch.

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SLEEPLESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

SLEEPLESSNESS. ' The proximate causo of sleoplegsness/' eays Dr. Felix Oswald, 'is plethora o[ tho cerebral blood-vessels, and a palliative uuro can bo effected by anything that leu (sens the tendency --l* the' circulation in. ward the head j but. a periminont cure may require time and patience. By night studies braiu-workors sometimes contract chronic insomnia in that worse form which finds relief in the stupor of a low fever, alternating with consecutive dnvs of nervous headaches. Heforniing toper ofton have to pass through the nuiih ordeal before tho deranged nervous nya torn can bo restored to its normal conili tlon. Fresh air, especially of u, lowci temperature, pedestrian excrciso, mid m aperient diet are tho best natural reme dies. In no circumstances should Uecp lesssness bo overcome by uarcutics. At opium torpor cannot ful'til tho functi--i.- of refreshing sleep ; wo might ns w. ' benumb thu patient by a wlmul; on I,!. nkii' '

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JUNOT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

JUNOT. Andooho Junot was a Burgundian by birth, born in 1771, and in his youth, aftor a preparatory sohooling, ho studied law, but never practised. When ho was twentv-ono voars of airo. ho enlisted in tho army as a volunteer ; it was in tho hoight of the Revolution, a fow months previous to tho execution of tho king, Louis XVI. In September, 1793, when Paris had be oomo comparatively quiet under tho rulo of tho Constituent Assembly, Napoleon Bonaparte, then scarcely known beyond tho old Convention nud his own soetiou of tho army, was sent to wrest Toulon from the English and Spanish j and among the men under his command was young Junot. During tho siege that followed, Napoleon had occasion one day to sond a despatch to a distant point. He was in tho saddle, halted before tho company to which Juno, belonged, and, running his eyes along tho lino, he asked if tlioru was one of them who could writo. Junot raised his cap and bowed, upon which ho was called out and conducted to tho right ...

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Re-directed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

Itc-dlrectetl letters. (TOTHEEDIT.OE,) Sm,— I beg to call attention to the paltry md unfair alteration that has recently boon mado In the postage fees, by charging 2d. per lialf ounce on re-dircoted inland correspon dence, by which tho public will bo iput tu _~n*. innnntMiilniipi,. ntirl nftcii loss. A lettci addressed to a temporary resident in Burn reaches hero ono day after ho has loft. It of vital importance to this person to get his letter as soon as possible, bnt no one beiiiR hero to re-stamp it, the letter goes to the dead letter office, and tho person porha ruined. Which is. of moat importance — the Inconvenienco and loss to the public or tc add to the rovenuo tho valuo of a few paltrj twopenny Btamps. — Yours, &c'., - Cato. Burnic, Fob. 19. [This matter has already been taken up nj the Chambers of Commorco in Launoestoii and Hobart, and representations mado to.thc Premier with a view to having the new regu- lation rescinded. Mr. Fysh has replied tha no alteration c...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

i mivviw, aiiuvvisd. February 12,— Wakellold, x.s., nil tons, W. Tiilt, from Louneeston mill Const ports. February 11. — Flinders, s.b., 8-W Ions, J. V, Boutlcy, from Lnuncoston, February 12,— -Koonyu, s.s., 80 tons, W. Mncltlcn, from Liiunceston, February lit.— Wakollcld, s.s., Oil Ions, W. Tail, from stnuloy. SAILED. Fobrunry 12.— Wnkclleld, s.s., fi!l tons, W. Tn.it, for Stnnloy. Passengers— Mr. mill lira. Ouro, Mm. Arehor uiiil child i Messrs. Messrs. Nicholson mid Humphries. February 11.— Flinders, s.b., 048 tons, J. V. Bontloy, for Melbourne. PnssuiiKcni : Mos (lanius Hoyee ntul Qibsoii, Messrs. T, Fleming mid Boverldgo. 'February ' 12.— ICooiiya, b.k., 80 tons, \\. Madden,' for Mncqunrio Harbour. 1'nwicn gei-s — Mrs. Bormdulo mul two children, Mis. Ritchie, Misses Kflchfo niiil Lovcgrove. Mr. Macdonnld. -, ' February 18.— Wnkefield, s.s., 58 tons, W. Toit, for Launccston. The s.s. Flinders arrived from Launcestoii f/« Devonport on Wednesday afternoon, lit lmlf-pnst 9. Three h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

HiiMln«MM Ifotlce*. TRY TOM THUMB Soap. TheLatestScientiflc Discovery tome THUMB SOAP At till Grocers is. Pel* Bar. Fred Steven, Cnrpeiitcr and Builder, ... PENGUIN. All kinds of Joinery nnd Cabinet work done. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Furniture, Bedsteads, ? '???' Bedding;. BUY DIRECT' of the MANUFACTURERS W. COOGAN & CO., : . BRISBANE STREET, . .. LAUNCESTON. Hoiiscm S'urnlHlictl . ThrouK-liotit. ; EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. ; .Furniture. Repnlrcd, llo-upliolstored, nnd He pollshciV..Mnttmssc8 re-nmde. Wardrobes, Bookcases, Chests'.Drnwors; Ducheaso Tables, SldcboardB, pining Tables, Hall Stnnds nnd Chairs, Couches, Sofas, Leather Suites. ' DresScrs; Sofas, Caiio.Clialrs, Bcd ' ?'steads nnd:Betiding. ?* - .Wo are the Cheapest House in Fasinania. Dniwingroom Suites ? JS1O 0 0 Dinhigroom Suites ' ...' ... 7 10 0 l'nrioiirSiiitos ? « 10 0 Bedroom Suites ? 1 12 0 Kitchen Suites ? ... 2 IS 0 ? ' £12 10/. Furnish Three Rooms. .!.' : ' ' ___ ?Wi'&DOGtAX AN3- CO. Show -Booms — Brisban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

AllCtlOIIM. SlIOl-Hlltf. WYHOYABD OTOOK BALK. filfpiE RACING CLUB, SATUUDAY, F101IHUAUY 21. ? WM. JONES will hold a Sale of Stock ,, ,, Alllllltll HttCCS. lit his yimln, Wynymd, on tlio ' ? ibovu ilnto. , 11AH0II 21, 1801. Entries fo tlio Auctioncor, Bunilo, or lo ,..-?' _____ Hr,J,D,w|c*,Wyny,ml, , ? . ?? ?,|'^,WOA1, ,_UBDL]ffl| uboll. two ~rr~. ''-miles ? ? £40 ULVUl.STONEJTOCK BALH. .jv&YHAB-OLD STAKES, about THURSDAY, VKllRUAllY 20. -six furlongs ? £18 WM. JONES wHUiolil ii Sale of Stock BURNIE HANDICAP, about one mile lit Uia ytmls, Ulverstoue, on tho ' nntl n quarter ? £60 iibove iliito. MAIDEN PLATE, about ono mile ... £16 Kntilos to tlio Auctioneer, Uurnle, or to ' Mr, J. Stmtlon, Ulvcretono. FLYING HANDICAP, about six fur ? longs ,„ „. ? ... £2» WEDNESDAY, VEUHUAttY 18. , Nominations Oloso on March Brd. TT itlVETTaV^AOwl.lsc.latMr. ' *M ^Tvl^'^ tl. Jones' yards, Smlthlon, on tho abovo . iimBa «I i ebrnoiy i. ilate nt 1 o'clock sharp. -\v. H. OLDAKEIl, Hon. Sec. 10 h...

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REALISTIC IMPERSONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 February 1891

REALISTIC IMPERSONATION. ' I say, girls,' said a little bluc-cyed, flaxen-haired yankee boy, ''let me take your candy and we'll all play chicken.' 'Is it nice?' inquired half-a-dozen six year-olds in chorus. 'Nice I You bet. it is. Let me show you. I'll lay the cnnciy aown nerc on tne step, and you all go down there, and come up when you hear me call like a rooster.' The girls' retreated and gathered in a group about fifteen feet off, while the boy got on his knees, with his head over the candy, and began to call and strut, and flap his arms like a rooster's wings. ' Cluck, cluck, rat, tat, tap, cluck I' and all the little girls came running up, and bent to pick up the candy, when the littte fellow opened his mouth and took it in at one gulp. ' Oh, you mean boy, they cried, 'you have taken up all our candy I', 'That's 'cause I played rooster,' said the boy ; 'rooster always calls the hens up when lie finds a grain of corn, and then picks it up himself.' --.-'.'

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